TRAYVON, the future PILOT or MATHMATICIAN?

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WhiteCRACKER

Decatur, GA

#1 Jul 26, 2013
WhiteCRACKER

Decatur, GA

#2 Jul 26, 2013
an excerpt from the article posted above, FOR THOSE 2 LAZY TO CLINK ON IT: After taking an airplane ride two years ago, Trayvon decided he wanted to learn to fly, his uncle Ronald Fulton said. The teen attended a Miami aviation school part time and was studying to be an engineer, a path to realizing his ambition, Fulton said.

Math was Trayvon's favorite subject.

He liked to tinker, and he was good with his hands. He once took apart and repaired a broken scooter, Fulton said, and he liked to construct model cars and airplanes and draw pictures of things he wanted to build.

"He was extremely creative," said Michelle Kypriss, Trayvon's English teacher at Dr. Michael M. Krop Senior High School in Miami. "He just loved building things. He really was intrigued by how things worked."

“Yet another average white man.”

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#3 Jul 26, 2013
WhiteCRACKER wrote:
an excerpt from the article posted above, FOR THOSE 2 LAZY TO CLINK ON IT: After taking an airplane ride two years ago, Trayvon decided he wanted to learn to fly, his uncle Ronald Fulton said. The teen attended a Miami aviation school part time and was studying to be an engineer, a path to realizing his ambition, Fulton said.
Math was Trayvon's favorite subject.
He liked to tinker, and he was good with his hands. He once took apart and repaired a broken scooter, Fulton said, and he liked to construct model cars and airplanes and draw pictures of things he wanted to build.
"He was extremely creative," said Michelle Kypriss, Trayvon's English teacher at Dr. Michael M. Krop Senior High School in Miami. "He just loved building things. He really was intrigued by how things worked."

He was also fascinated with Mixed Martial Arts, but only the Ground & Pound part. And of course he was going to be a chemist and had already figured out how to get high on watermelon juice and cough syrup. He was clearly a genius just waiting to break out. He was intrigued by how things worked, like locks, which he opened to steal things like women's jewelry. But I'm sure that was just to help him pay his MIT tuition.

The Orlando Sentinel is the exact same kind of fish wrap as the AJC. Only the weather reports are different. They hide the descriptions of muggers and gang bangers regularly.
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