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My name is Piggy the first day I met Ralph I thought I was going to have a best friend. Come to find out he is the complete opposite of what I expected. The first thing he does is call me Piggy, a name that I got from being teased in school. Then I showed Ralph how to use the sea shell as a conch and he does not even say thank you. When Ralph finally got the hang of the conch he blew it so loud that all the birds flew into the air. Next thing we know tons and tons of children start to come out of the woods. Once we noticed that there were no more children coming, there needed to be order. Since I taught Ralph how to use the conch everyone thought he should be leader which he gladly accepted. After that we met a kid named Jack and his choir boy's. He was very mean to me and picked on me all the time. Jack and I might not become good friends but it looks like Ralph and him get along that's all that matters, that everyone can get along. I have to go now because some children are coming over I will try to write back as soon as I can bye.
Ralph and I see a boat or smoke from some type of object. Ralph and I are thinking the same so we both start running but I had to slow down because of my asthma. We are rushing as fast as we can to the top of the mountain where the fire was made. When we got there we found out that the fire is out. Ralph is furious I can see it in his eyes it looked like he was about to blow his head off his shoulders. Suddenly, we heard cheering coming from the forest it is Jack and his friends who were suppose to be watching the fire. When they got to the fire site they had a pig they finally caught an animal so we can eat. Ralph see's the pig but right now I do not think he really cared about the food. Next thing I know Ralph is just going of at Jack about how there was a smoke signal on the sea top but the fire was out an we could not try and signal it down.
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Today's head line "Lost children found on uncrated island by a navy boat." This story was written by Mike Francis. I am interviewing the lead Ralph. Q: Can you tell me what it was like on the island? A: The Island I do not know what to say it was one of the worst things that has happed to me in my life. Q: Could you say that you learned anything. A: Yes, I can say learned a lot about friendship who to trust and how to handle yourself. I also learned it is not easy at all to be a leader. Q: What can you say was the best time on the island? A: I can say the best time on the island was in the beginning when we all got along. Q: Is it true that two children died on the island. A: It is true but I do not want to talk about that. Ralph I just want to ask one more question. Q: Are you glad to be home? A: I very glad to be home that's the only thing that kept me motivated while I was on the island. No more questions please I just want to be with my family now. If you want to know more ask Jack and his friends there the ones in the face paint. Interviewer: Glad to have you home. Ralph: Thank you it feels good to be back.