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...ne has a great night. Everyone stands up and starts cheering on yelling knight repeatedly and louder Blake sees and feels the energy the crowd is giving out and he decided to take a picture of the students and the marching band and the student council as they are all cheering on and takes a picture that captures that scene. 2 minutes after the crowd has calmed down Blake notices that a food fight was about to be begin at Adam the bully from before had grabbed his plate and throw it at one of the students causing him to get hit and throw his and hit someone else. Adam the bully who use to pick on them was one of the biggest trouble maker his life through him into a life of drugs drinking, robbing from people he was a force to be. He hung out with the wrong crowd of people and he breaks rules and laws all the time to prove that he is the most badass person people know.
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