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    “On the spot: William Bean, communications sophomore”

    What is your favorite elementary school memory?

    I would have to say fifth grade. We had this thing called “”Field Day”” and it was like the last day of school where everyone just kind of plays and me and my buddies decided to bring balloons to school. We were troublemakers and we decided to fill all of the balloons up with water and we ran through the halls and we had a water balloon fight in the hallways and in the classrooms and we hit our teachers and everything. A lot of us got in trouble the next year but it was a great memory.

    In kindergarten, was there a kid that smelled like piss?

    Yeah, there is always a kid that smelled like piss.

    Would you try and avoid him or how would you deal with him?

    We would avoid him for sure, we didn’t hang out with him.

    Would you classify yourself as like a cool kid?

    Yeah, I always thought I was a cool kid.

    How old were you when you learned how to read?

    Probably pre-school. I was a pretty young age.

    Did you get the multiplication down quick or did you have to learn from the piss kid?

    Oh no I got multiplication down quick, no learning from the piss kid.

    What was your favorite and least favorite elementary school cafeteria food?

    We had green eggs and ham served to us and that had to be my least favorite, that was disgusting. My favorite would probably have to be the pizza.

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