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I got a solid 52,200 on my first try. They call me the best back down in my home town. Its a quaint little place, the type of town where everyone knows everyone. I come from a family of 5, but growing up, it was just my brother, my sister, my ma, my pa and I. My oldest brother, Mark, moved off to practice law in Philadelphia when I was still young. I've still yet to meet him. My pa always said he was tall and handsome, and plenty smart too. I'm sure he's doing a fine good job of practicing law in Pennsylvania. I like it here in Indiana, its a nice state, and the corns good too. Sometimes they grow soybeans, though. That's okay, they're plenty yummy. When I was born, they weren't too sure whether or not I would survive. See, my ma, try as she would, she pushed and pushed and pushed and pushed, and then pushed a bit harder, but I wouldn't get my stubborn little head out of the womb. It was a long operation, but in the end, I survived, and I'm plenty happy for it. Ma survived too, but to make a long story short, I wont be having any new siblings any time soon. You see, when my pa was younger, he was quite the drinker. In fact, Old Man Marcus used to say that whenever he walked by, you could smell it coming off of him. I don't know why that is relevant to this tale, but I suppose it may become useful information later.