A Story About Me

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Hero Nation Expand the sub-menu. Video Expand the sub-menu. My father is the managing director of a company selling computers, he is b-willed, energetic and well-educated, a loving father and the main breadwinner in the family. My mother is a teacher at Moscow University, she is well-educated and a perfect mother.


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My mother and father were the authority figures in my life, I admired them because they have achieved social status and success and realized that I wanted to lead a life like theirs. This probably accounts for the fact that I have always done more or less well at school.

Not only did I try my best to maintain good grades in school subjects, but also made sure to learn how I could use this education to brighten my chances of success in my future endeavours.

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The second thing I would tell my foreign friends about is the career I have chosen. After I finish secondary school, I am planning to go on to higher education.

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There are several reasons why I've decided to do it. The first reason is that I've always enjoyed studying; it gives me pleasure to learn something new, to get information in any field of knowledge, I believe education broadens the mind. Secondly, growing unemployment makes it more and more difficult for a young person to get a good job.

In a world full of competition, secondary education is simply inadequate to remain competitive in industry. Even though experience is also important, I believe one should pursue a proper academic career before he can be prepared to pursue his professional career. My goal is to receive an MBA which would allow me a greater knowledge about business, which leads to better understanding and effectiveness in any career.

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The higher my qualifications are, the more chances of finding a decent job I will have. The reason why I have decided to do this is that the competition is rather tough and I prefer trying twice to failing to enter any university this year. I've chosen the two institutions because they have a long-standing tradition in training economists for this country. Secondly, I believe they have better-qualified teachers and scientists as compared to most recently-founded universities.

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Somehow, Kayla keeps making trouble in the quiet little town of Manhattan. Of course, he lays eyes on her first, staring her down with ferocious intensity that somehow reads as charming to Kayla. The two hook up, and, well, anything else would be a spoiler, but the twist should range from yucky to sickening. The same can be said — meaning very little — for the one set of characters who have yet to be assigned a fairy tale. Jordan James Wolk and Beth Spencer Grammer are living together and plan on getting married, but the would-be mom is having second thoughts given current events.

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The dialogue is blunt at best and painful at worst. The look of the series, with both episodes directed by Liz Friedlander, is so plain viewers will find themselves missing the animated credits sequence — that is, until it rolls around again at the start of Episode 2 and reminds you why it, too, is pretty gross.

And that, my friends, is a horror story made for no time whatsoever.