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Posted: Jul 5 2005, 12:13 AM
KUZE & PANDA 4EVER
Member No.: 1
Joined: 13-June 05
Name: Kelecks, James
Grade: 10th grade
Extra Curricular Activity: James occasionally does some volunteer work in his community through a school club, although it is by no means his lifelong passion and he only does it when he’s in the mood to 'do good'.
School: Barry Coleson High
Appearance: At first glance one could easily overlook James as your typical American teenager. Not particularly well built, but not scrawny either, James’s medium-length black hair (just short of the length required to form a ponytail) can force many to the conclusion that he is just another degenerating American youth. It is only when one takes the time to look beyond that first impression that James inspires a sense of uniqueness that makes him different from the rest of his peers. His striking blue eyes seem to hold a captivating power as they make one feel, only upon a closer look, that there is some sort of hidden intellect or information that only James knows.
As far as James is concerned his life did not exist before high school. Before that he was a different person, a different persona. It was only in his last year of middle school that he actually figured out the kind of person he really was. His middle school years were not easy, but not the hardest in the world. Picked on by some, but ignored by many, James never gave much thought to the popularity game. Instead, he slowly gained a circle of friend who he knew he could trust completely. To him, the word friend was sacred and a term he would not give lightly.
However, in Barry Coleson High School that began to change. James slowly noticed more and more people being attracted to him, both females and males alike. Something about him seemed to captivate people, to make them want to be his friend. Charisma they called it. James preferred to think of it as luck. However, as he slowly made more and more friends his connection with each one seemed to be less powerful. The more friends he had, the less time he had for each of them. This was his major social dilemma when the ‘School Trip’ began.
James doesn’t like to talk about his life at home. He hasn't always gotten along with his parents but he knows they are relatively good to him. He never was a fan of the popular, ‘look at the shit my parents give me’ excuse for screwing up in life. James believes that it is purely one’s own responsibility for how they turn out in life. Sure, some people have it harder than others, but there is no excuse for screwing yourself over in life because of it.
James is very clear on his morals and opinions of the world, although he is not too arrogant to think things over if new information comes his way. He is clever, but knows he is such, and that at times has led to an overconfidence that can cause problems. But then again, most of the time James has been correct to think that he is one step ahead of the world. He is, however, quick to anger if something he believes in is challenged in an aggressive manner.
Not much can surprise James, but as he is about to be thrust into a situation that he never could have imagined, the first of many surprises has already come.
Designated Weapon: Dagger
Conclusions: This is probably one of the biggest surprises of James's life, the SOTF ACT, that is. One thing he won't be worrying about during this is about his little "social dilemma". He can just kill them all...problem solved.