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Little Red Sckool House & Elisaketk Irwin Higk Sckool Philip Kassen Director

June 2005

Dear Class of 2005, Congratulations! You have completed all that we have required of you, and then some. You have written papers, passed tests, solved problems, made preservations, and displayed your artistic and athletic abilities. You are a tremendously talented and thoughtful group and have added much to the communities of which you are a part. You have made lifelong friends, given and received help and advice and discovered areas of passionate interest. Thank you for all that you have done for LREI. Your absence in these halls will be felt each and every day. Your presence, however, will be felt even more strongly—your presence in the ways you have helped to shape the curriculum, in the ways in which you have helped us to be better educators, in the ways in which you have helped us to be a better, kinder community and in the ways you have influenced your schoolmates. Your impact wiN be felt for years to come. We are proud of all that you have done and look forward to hearing about all that you will accomplish.

Best wishes,

Lower/Middle Sckool: 272 Sixtk Avenue (at Bleecker Street), New York, NY 10014 • Tel: 212.4775316 • Fax: 212.677.9159 Higk Sckool: 40 Okarlton Street, New York, NY 10014 • Tel: 212.477.5316 • Fax: 212.675.3595 • www.lrei.org

A Leader In Education Since 1921


LREI Little Red School House & Elisabeth Irwin High School

June 10, 2005 Dear Graduating Seniors, I will always have two instances that stick in my mind when I think of this particular senior class. The first occurred on the first day of school this year: When our newest senior was introduced, the entire class burst into a rousing, warm and sincere round of applause. That senior has been entirely embraced, to the point that an outsider would not be able to come in and tell which 12th grader was new this year. The same holds for last year’s new 11th graders, who were similarly embraced and who have become not only assimilated into but also leaders of the Class of2005. This is an extraordinarily eclectic class that, as a group, affectionately gives equal weight of membership to the newcomers and the lifers, the athletes and the poets, the singers and the academics - and, of course, to those who inhabit several of those roles at once. The second event that defines the Class of2005 for me occurred right before Winter Break, on the Friday that marked Amy’s deadline for getting all college materials to her. Two seniors, both of whom had long before completed all of their forms, saw one of their peers struggling to get everything done in time and gracefully, naturally, and as a matter of course, helped out. What was striking was the fact that these particular three seniors are not in the same ‘social circle’. This class has many groups of friends, as does any collection of students, but they are not cliques in any sense - the lines too often blur, and when one of you is in need, those lines disappear altogether. Of course, I will have other images as well of the Class of2005, a class of musical thespians (over a third in the musical!), a class of athletes, a class of poker players, a class of scholars, and so much more. Over the course of the year, I have interviewed many eighth graders who were applicants for the High School, as well as many of our own eighth graders at LREI. Many of them have spoken of that mix of pride and sadness and excitement that comes from leaving a group that has truly bonded from the accomplishment of individual and collective goals, a group that is separating and heading out into the unknown. I know this class well enough to know that you have experienced and are experiencing that mix of emotions in spades. Please know that the faculty view this day with mixed feelings as well - enormous pride and enormous sadness. Know too that we welcome you back - no, we expect you back, and frequently, and we will be sad if you do not return. We will always be here for you. n and affection,

Lower/Middle School: 272 Sixth Avenue (at Bleecker Street), New York, NY 10014 • Tel: 212.477.5316 • Fax: 212.677.9159 High School: 40 Charlton Street, New York, NY 10014 • Tel: 212.477.5316 • Fax: 212.675.3595 • www.lrei.org

A Leader In Progressive Education Since 1921


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Sandy Wolkenberg and Seth TLastman’s 4s Class Teachers (L to R): Leo Santoro, Seth Eastman, Laura Araman, Sandy Wolkenberg First Row (L to R): Jared Sage, Anna Yarinsky, Devon Presutti, Loveday Trumbull, Lachlan Elam, Malaika Tapper, Jackson Wakefield, Vincent Agnello Second Row (L to R): Maya Shuz, Eve Van Rens, Harry Kassen, Lexi Jones, Pauline Cochran, LuLu Grant, Lola Picayo, Sophia Cook Third Row (L to R): Jack Kranes, Otto Piasecki, Finn Droga, Rhys Busillo, Nolan Young


Luise Haladay and Julia Rassmann’s Kindergarten Teachers (L to R): Kathryn Tart (stu­ dent teacher), Julia Rassmann, Luise Haladay, Katrina Hahn Back Row (L to R): Sophia Raccnia, Julia Noonan, August Seiple, Will Knowlton, Wim Pardoe, Leo Theisen, Simon Rabatin, Morgan Burbridge Middle Row (L to R): Charlotte Watson, Justine Goldberg, Halle Gunsberger, Isabel Burga, Adriana Santorelli, Julia Herzfeld, Davis Schwartz, Emily Silverstein, Lucy Hirshfeld, Sarah Grades Front Row (L to R): Dylan Chaifetz, Sam Lee, Isabella Bulone

Diane Thatcher and Olga Callahan’s Early Kindergarten Teachers (L to R): Olga Callahan, Laura Araman, Diane Thatcher First Row (L to R): Sofia Santoro, Lucas Capobianco, Owen Gerson, Xavier Guira, Blaine McTndoe, Sam Kielian, Sophie Yasher, Isabel Walz, Kerabania Murillo Maldonado, Amalia JaimesLukes Middle Row (L to R): Devon Donohue, Ruby Mihok, Zoe Carter, Mirette Nunez, Daria Richman-Price, Mei Carter Front Row (Left to R): Alexander Diamond, Jack Fessenden, Rohan Mundiya, Luke Schimmel, Maggie Collier


Brooke Nuell, Meibelle Ku and Katrina Hahn’s Kindergarten Teachers: Katrina Hahn, Meibelle Ku, Brooke Nuell Back Row (L to R): Stella Rose Gahan, Ayden Ackerman, Jessica Speight, Emily Rassmann, Lachlan Woolsey, Chelsea Maeglin, Magan Thomas-Copland, Sal Agnello, George Kaslow, Pilar Olivieri, Noah Wistman Middle Row (L to R): Maya Hives, Theodor Holm, Tyrrell Moore, Sadie Stern, Lucy Tamarkin, Guthrie McCarty Vachon Front Row: PJ Casey, Tahnen Profit, Zoe Lemonides, Jack Cameron, Joris Katz

Gina Goldmann and Romy Goldsmith’s First Grade Back Row (L to R): Romy Goldsmith (Teacher), Avery Kutis, Jakob Zabala, Max Schneider, Liam Connor-Moreno, Mab Wong, Lilah VanRens, Alex Reilly, Gina Goldmann (teacher) Front Row (L to R): Kyra Whitelaw, Otilia Olmedo Young, Julia Fisher, Antonia Frank, Gabi Nevman-Goldleaf, Emilio Picayo, Leo Batali, Adam Caplan

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Emily Linsay and Kinjal Mankad’s First Grade Teachers (L to R): Kinjal Mankad, Emily Linsay, Janique Anderson Back Row (L to R): Iniko Thornell, Atticus Wakefield, Alessandro Russo, Sofia Trigo, Ethan Ansorge, Nyana Morgan, Lawrence Sprague, Melanie Russo Front Row (L to R): Kaleo Grant, Sabrina Sablosky, Daxia Godoy, Juliet Sage, Naomi Picayo, Lewis Jensen, Andrew Koonce

Dorothy Mehler and Ronnie Loving9s First Grade Teachers (L to R): Dorothy Mehler, Ronnie Loving, Yuko Waragai Back Row (L to R): Kai Han, Brandon Young, Zachary Feal, Ariana Howard, Ethan Gural, Alexa Code, Miles Koerner, Eliza Petrie, Chloe Eisen Front Row (L to R): Anna Brooks, Hannah Weinstein, Marina Hoffman, Maxon Wagenberg, Vadim Imperioli, Sara Caplan Not shown: Emma Rose


Colleen Moore and Joanne Kent’s Second Grade Back Row (I to R): Martine Kushner, Joanne Kent (Teacher), Samantha Kraftsow, Alexander Rabatin, Charlotte Hood, Wally McLallen, Carlo Raimondo, Georgia Konstam, Julia Greenburger, Blake Laplin, Colleen Moore (Teacher), Elizabeth Chan Middle Row (L to R): Harmon Pardoe, Alexandra Klemer, Julie Soldano, Lola Wegman, Danielle Cohen, Sabastiano Santorelli, Odelia Kaly, Olivia Hoffman, Will Yarinsky Seated (L to R): Matthew Duepner and Mikayla Block

Tasha Hernandez and Kami Donoghue’s Second Grade Teachers (L to R): Rami Donoghue, Ray Brahmi (student teacher), Tasha Hernandez Back Row: (L to R): Sage Adams, Hana Mundiya, Mei-An Lee, Alden Cope, Winnifred Bonjean-Alpart, Michelle Potton-Simon, Jerel Blades, Asha Hinson, Katya LugoSalva Front Row (L to R): Andrew Ehrenberg, Ryan Maeglin (seated), Lily Carruthers, Olivia Bolwell, Jarrett Moore, Matthew Soldano, Eli Tamarkin, Jack Rothstein, Marcelo Jaimes-Lukes, Ben Trachtenberg, Lara Hatfield

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Kelly O’Keefe, Sarah Newton and Sandra Chapman’s Third Grade Back Row: (L to R): Catherine Games, Parker Stack, Sarah Newton (Teacher), Kyla DeSouza, Amar Agazzi, Skye Markis, Niles Ellis, Kelly O’Keefe (Teacher), Violet Moore, Holly Hatfield, Max Fried, Margaux Lignel, Sandra Chapman (Teacher) Front Row (L to R): Maurice Russo, Jourdan Espeut, Emma Sprague, Alex Lemonides, Noah Greenburger, Katharine Mehta, Jona Mensch, Julian Gerson, Ben Bacharach, Ryan ParkChan

Keira Lapsley Rogers and Jessica Ayala’s Third Grade Back Row (L to R): Ruby Thomson, William Balsam, Patrice Fealy (student teacher), Olivia Mendoza, Nicolas Baez, Ivo Ilich, Emelia Watson, Narvonee Hall, Nora Wilby, Josh Wilson, Ben Irving, Jasper Kitchen, Keira Lapsley Rogers (Teacher) Front Row (L to R): Viviane Eng, Benno Batali, Lucas HoffmanBuchthal, Parker Burbridge, Zachary Capobianco, Isaiah Sullivan, Cynthia Cochran, Irena Ehrlich Not shown: Taliana Katz and Jessia Ayala

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Erin Hannon and Geoff Loconte’s Fourth Grade Back Row (L to R): Erin Hannon (Teacher), Lily Gavin, Skyler Carkhuff, Quinn Batten, Surayya Diggs, George Lubitz, Thomas Marin, Geoff Loconte (Teacher) Middle Row (L to R): Hannah Conley, Rene Servisi, Kirra Deihl, Graham Stack, Liam Moore, Rachel Kaly, Dominic Konstam, Kymbia Bobb Front Row (L to R): Nile Adams, Atlas Wegman, Shulian MurrayHilton, Ava Gantenbein

Suzanne Cohen and Jennifer Frank’s Fourth Grade Back Row (L to R): Malcolm Staso, Sophie Savides, Suzanne Cohen (Teacher), David White, Charlotte Masters, Liam Cohen, Hayley Howard, Madeline Petrie, Laurence Brent, Jennifer Frank (Teacher), Adriana Ruiz, Milo Brooke Front Row (L to R): Kameron Block, Anna Goldstein, Cosette Nunez, Isabella Crowley, Edith Villavicencio, Charles SimpsonBrown, Molly Revenson, Harry Lubitz

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Heather Brandstetter’s Fifth Grade Back Row (L to R): David Eisen, Aliza Holmes, Heather Brandstetter, (Teacher), Robbie Neuhaus, Talia Feldberg, Eli Mensch, Quinn Hood, Jimmy Hall, Brianna Saunders, Michal Rizowy, Hannah Silverman, Sasha Stomberg, Jake Araujo-Simon Front Row (L to R): Chloe Larson, Tariye George-Phillips, Calen McGee, Cellie Pardoe, Cole Lumpkin, Maya Peart-Hill, Lilly Day, Ava Crawford

Gina Ma’s Fifth Grade Back Row: Cameron Finkle, Zaran Lalvani, Gina Ma (Teacher), Sophie Ehrlich, Nicholas Cleves, Ama Torres, Aaron Naves, Sam Irwin, Max Goldberg, Cole Kitchen, Jack Irving, Ella Park-Chan Front Row (L to R): Hannah Rifkin, Hannah Mensch, Malina Buturovic, Henry Aberle, Maya Pintar, Mari Kroin, Gaia Paimondo

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JeffMihok’s Sixth Grade Back Row (L to R): Jeff Mihok (Teacher), Ian Tsang, Emily Wilson, Ben Sternhell, Yael Rizowy, Emma Greenberg, Frank Shanley, Eda Herzog-Vitto, Harrison Spelman, Sherezada Acosta (Teacher) Middle Row (L to R): Tatanka Tan, Margret Wiggins, Olivia Feal Front Row (L to R): Zoe LubinFosha, Chloerose D’Orazio, Theo Hoffman, Willy Staso, Jake DeNicola, Honour Masters, Zoe Snow, Emily Saso

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Noni Polhill’s Seventh Grade Back Row (L to R): Noni Polhill (Teacher), liana Weiss, Nadia Brent, Emma Vasta-Kuby, Paul DeKonkoly Thege, Mai AurellFoulser, Kai Furbeck, Nick Shatan, Emily Konstam, Michelle Boehm (Teacher), Andes Blitz-Torres Front Row (L to R): Luca Heraszti, Nora Engelman, Jimmy Rogers, Xavier Garcia, Woobens Celony, Jim Posen, Jake Goodman, Ben Neuhaus Not shown: Kelly Otterness

Matthew Rosen’s Seventh Grade Back Row (L to R): Jonathon Laks, Michael Chan, Cara Feurer, Chappell Laird, Leo Ernst, Olivia Arden, Will Chafkin, Will Gibbons, Josephina Raccuia, Gabrielle Keller (Teacher), Gabrielle Segal Front Row (L to R): Harry D’Agostino, Kary Laiza, Max Bledstein, Luke Smith-Stevens, Erik Janer, Gabe Cook, Curtis Seeman, Sota Koike, Molly Balsam

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Sarah Barlow and Lynne Cattafi’s Eighth Grade

Back Row (L to R): Sean Law, KK Noonan, Lindzay Wanner, Zachary Feinn, Alison Messina, Zoe Harris, Zander Nafman, Ryan Kim, Dashiel Speigelman, Lynne Cattafl (Teacher) Middle Row (L to R): Rebecca Webb (Teacher), Sarah Barlow (Teacher), Deneueve Shepherd, Sarah Greenberg, Kyra Gembka, Sen Hanafusa, Mariana Pappas, Alix Eve Schram, Thea Aguiar, Jessica Wilson, Lola Lorber, Violeta Picayo, Tsewang Dikyi Ukyab, Elena Shnayer, Gloria Bardin, Sam Nebel, Max Jacobson Front Row (L to R): Daisy Guevara, Ben Johnston, Margo Pomelova, Delaney Porter, Kimberly Steinberg, Isabella Corser, Gabe Coffey, Kyle Deane, Tarik Gluhic, Sofia Boss, Jennifer Hubert Swan (Teacher) Not shown: Henry Dwyer, Oliver Klein, Emma Winter-Zeig, Lauren Schecter

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- Don’t put your shoes on Lynne’s desk - Don’t get a /on9 /tuck in your heci<i...beeciu/e chance/ are people will join in. - Be sure to walk to PE in a perfectly straight line. Be fast. You must get to El in less than 7 minutes---or else--- Be) not lilow4njwnt of teachers

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8th Grade Girls Basketball Team Top Row (left to right): Coach Larry Kaplan, Dikyi Ukyab, Sarah Greenberg, AHxeve Schram, Lindzay Wanner, Lola Lorber, Caroline Noonan, Coach Tracy McGee, Assistant coach McGee Bottom Row (left to right): Ellie Shnayer, Kyra Gembka, Thea Aguiar, Jessica Wilson, Violeta Picayo, Gloria Bardin, Kimberly Steinberg Missing: Daisy Guevara and Denueve Shepherd

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TEACHEH QUOTES Sarah B.

“Holy Moly!”

Lynne C.

“Are you insane?!”

Lynn M.

“I can wait...it’s your own time”

Noni P.

“We’re going to be around normal people, so be on your best behavior”

Matthew R.

“That’s inappropriate.. .behave.”

Michelle B.

“You people need to listen!”

Gabriella K.

“Does anyone have a sharp object?”

Sharyn H.

“Spit that gum out.”

Larry K.

“That’s not how you do it, you have to...”

Anna C.

“Chalk bomb!”

Steve N.

“Write your name, not your ‘name’.”

Mark S.

“It’s got to stop!”

Rebecca W.

*Ask her to say advertisement*

Julia C.

“Check your attitude at the door.”

Melissa R.

“No singing in class.”

Susan L.

“Okay, today we are going to work on..,”

Jennifer H.

“Go Home!”

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“I’ll call you...mini-me!”

Gina M.

“You can’t panic unless I panic.”

Sherazada A.

“Time-out right now!”

Jenny C.

“Honey bear! Sweetie!”

Kitty H.

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Discontinue negativity...a positive attitude is the key to a happy fife, just smile! -Mariana

Michael Phelps is so hot man -Sara

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Hey, that sucks. Ya’ know what else sucks?...Leeches. -Zack

I read that. -Emma

Don’t be so stupid, STOOPID! -Zoe

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Class of2007 Back row: Saryjit Singh Moonga (teacher) Eduardo Salcedo, Danielle Miller, Brunnell Velazquez, Danielle Riesel, Sebastian Slayter, Alexander Siris, Ravi Garcia, Zachary Weber. Middle row: Bhawanie Singh (teacher) Sophia Caportorto-Weiss, Kristin Crichlow, Melissa Reyes, Shenique Moxey, Dana Shuldiner, Leah Rodriguez, Hanna Zien, Alexandra Smith, Sara Wyatt, Jerelyn Rodriguez, Kortney Hartz, Genesis Alberto, Thomas Murphy (teacher). Second row: Shameena Khan, Bella Klein, Kamillah Aklaff, Molly Lubin-Fosha Elisabeth Lachow, Lily Wiggins, Genevieve Snow, Yanirys Sanchez, Sebastian Sartor. First row: Adriane Alicea, Andrew Rivera, Jesse Highstein, Nicolas Heller, Jeris Lincoln, Morgot Protzel, Nadia Gluhic, Shelley Kopolovich, Beau Wollens. Missing: Lisa Martiny-Festa, Jack Shammah, Jeffrey Terzi, Max Familant, Erin Oâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;Rourke Rodriguez.

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Class of2006 Back row: Sarvjit Singh Moonga (teacher), Meghan Farley Astrachan (teacher), Javier Picayo, Sam Stillman, Roosevelt Smith, Sarah Arden, Alex Zhang, Lily Feinn, Carrie Finkelstein, Amy Ramirez, Sasha Mishkin, Ashley Townsend, Michelle Herrera, Susan Now (teacher), Micah Dov Gottlieb (teacher), Allison End (teacher). Middle row: Amy Shapiro (teacher), Chloe Paraskeva, Ciri Stowell, Deborah Asseraf, Genesis Sanabria, Nina Robbiani-Spinelli, Adriana Glover, Maggie Porter, Sarah Corrales. First row: Raynaldie Acevedo, Luis Zepeda, Michael Potecha, Daniel Orlin, Chad Gholizadeh, Josh Hahn, Alex Coles, Raymond Weiss, Peter Hempel. Missing: Richard Adjmi, Robert Tawil, Rebecca Albert.

Class of2005 Back row: Tony Fisher (teacher) Katerina Ellingsen, Alison Wiggins, Aziza Jeffers, Millicent Jenkins, Matthew Levinson, Jessie Lopez, Janel Frazier, David Devallon, Danielle Shpigel, Jissel Garcia, Drew Herman, Maritza CastroRendon, Stefan Holt, Sarvjit Singh Moonga (teacher). Middle row: Adele deBiasi Pelz (teacher), Alphonzo Daniel, Analisa Cipriano, Christina Theodoro, Kelly Hartz, Imani Davis, Yana Teitel, Jessica Lai, Fabienne Bruneau, Katerli Batista, Bryant Duell. First row: Adam Schroeder, Chris Perry, Osvaldo Roa, Gregston Hurdle, Jesse Smith, Josh Weiner, Davren Taylor, Brandon Dawson, Phillip Ellison, Samuli Haavisto. Missing: Jonathan Segal.

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Soccer Team: Bottom Row (left to right): David, CaptamrAnalisa, Captain: Sam, Dean, Cyrus Middle Row (left to right): Jane, Neil, Oskar, Alejandro Top Row (left to right): Alphonzo, Dylan, Brandon, Rachel, Bryant, Ari, Davren, Greg, Luis, Coach Orville Drummond

Cross Country Team: Bottom Row (Left to Right): Elaine, Fabienne, Alison, Jack Top Row (Left to Right): Ricky, Aaron M, Beau, Jonathan, Coach Mieah Dov Gottlieb

Track Team: Bottom Row (Left to Right): Lily W, Jesse EL, Aaron M. Top Row (left to Right): Coach Orville Drummond, Captain: Analisa, Captain: Alison, Fabienne, Christy, Samru, Ari, Aria, Elaine Missing: Kristin


Girl's Volleyball Team: Bottom Row (Left to Right): Shcniquc, Shamcena, Bella, Drew Top Row (Left to Right): Coach Jaime Sldba, Jessie, Captain; Yana, Leah, Naida, Kristin, Ashley, Sara W. Missing: Assistant Coach Sara Narumi, Captain Maritza, Nina

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Girls Varsity Basketball Team: Bottom Row (left to right): Sam W., Nell, Ella, Khamillah Top Row (left to right): Assistant Coach Jaime SMIÂŽ, Shameena Captain: Jessie L, Bella, Naida Janel, Captain: Alison, Coach Orville Drummond Missing: Captain: Nina, Lily W., Camelia

Junior Varsity Boys Basketball Team: Bottom Row (left to right): Jesse H., Zach, Genesis, Aaron M, Top Row (left to right): Assistant Coach Mcah Dov Gottlieb, Michael, Jacob, Keith, Oskar, Cyrus, Nemo. Missing: Coach Lome Hernandez, Dean, JeffA., Nick, Javier, Ricky

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Being Small Looking at other peoples grades Two second hugging rule Burping/Spitting "Peaches" "Bold" comments Cell Phones Smelling Nice Red Sox Dumb Questions Dancing Clumsiness Side Pony-tails Gymnastics Jew-fro Flip Flops Comb over Double Polo Sarcasm Mommy Dearest Sneakers Arrogance Puerto Rico Oranges Popping up Randomly Drawing on the Chalkboard Whispering creepy nothings in your ear Scarves Dancing in the hallways Raging Hormones Photographing Every Family Event Earrings Telling "great" stories Muttering obcenities under her breath

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Successful Choreographer Going Ivy To marry Roberta William Miller Tracy McGrady To marry rich Doctor Architectural Engineer To live the lifestyle in Germany Strongest Woman in the World

TV dance aerobics instructor Marrying Ivy To marry Robert Penny Lane Forrest Finkelstein

Martin Luther King, Jr. Vet To have her own island Mary Lou Retton Stanley Kubrick To live in Wal-Mart The President To live in a Villa in Italy Journalist Nemo To be the first to know Iggy Pop Pediatrician Psychologist Weaponmaker Renowned filmmaker Writer To own a successful business To save the world Hugh Hefner Famous Photographer Famous Actress Wildlife Photographer To be on Broadway

To marry for love Humbert Humbert Engineer on a train To live in France Limping in Carmine A1 Sharpton PETCO employee of the month Shipwrecked a couple of miles away Basket case Chris Reed Just shopping there Phil Kassen Will never leave Brooklyn writer for LREI newsletter Dory Always the last to know Vin Scialla Kidnapper Motivational speaker Monk Street artist IE coordinator Unemployed and broke Too late Ambidextrous Mall photographer Not Garbage Man As a street performer


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