Why Did JFK Get Killed?

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Throughout human history, the word “how” (i.e. how did JFK get assassinated?) has always been the second best question. First place usually goes to “why” (i.e. why did JFK get assassinated?). Today’s story stems from the former. How did I become the reader/writer that I am today? Some people might have a more comprehensive examination as to how they became Tolstoy the sequel, but I do not. I have an overwhelmingly dull tale to present, and a large timespan to cover. Jump into your mental time machine and get ready for takeoff. We’ll be going back to roughly early 2004. The year is 2004, while most kids are at pre-school; I’m at home playing Banjo-Kazooie. You might be asking, “What’s a Banjo-Kazooie?” Banjo-Kazooie is a spectacular video game that was released 1998. The game tells the story of Banjo the bear and his sidekick Kazooie who are hunting Gruntilda the witch. This game came out during a time where video…show more content…
In eighth grade, my sister and I had started re-reading the Harry Potter series simultaneously. We noticed this and made a bit of sport of it. We wanted to see who could finish the series first (I won). Is it healthy to try and race through a book? No, it’s really not, but this got me back into a bit of a groove. I wanted to read more, and find books that captured me like Sideways Stories from Wayside School had. In my freshmen year of high school, I found that book. That book was not To Kill a Mockingbird (with which I hold great hatred for), nor was it The Odyssey. The book I give reference to is The Murder of Roger Ackroyd by Agatha Christie. I had previously read a book featuring the astute Belgium detective M. Poirot, but it didn’t quite hold my attention. The Murder of Roger Ackroyd did, however, hold my attention. After I finished, I read Treasure Island, and after that I read Less Than Zero, and after that I lost all interest in reading again. Is that another plot
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