I had almost no friends, and Mickey Breast Cancer spread the hope find the cure shirt, I think I bullied the few kids that did hang around me to be my ‘minions’, for lack of a better term. I was ostracized and rejected socially at every turn. Partly for my behavior, and partly for my own eccentricities. I didn’t care what I wore to school, for example, and could often be found wearing sweats. My mother surely went spare trying to get me to care, but I didn’t think clothing was important because I didn’t think anyone else impression of me was important and I thought I was above the school. While my academics were still top across the board, my peers cared little for that.
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What they cared about, and Mickey Breast Cancer spread the hope find the cure shirt. The incredible feeling of beauty and unity and marvel that an intricate eight-part harmony could create, the soulfulness of a single boy’s voice arching over the thrum of accompaniment… just the sheer beauty of music. I had never found acceptance like that before. We were all strange compared to our non-singing peers. Eccentricities were normal, being the reject was normal, and although we had our own social structure, I do not remember being particularly cruel or rejecting anyone completely. We were a band of misfits united in our shared love.