“Diabolique” will be Featured at Chicago Film Festival
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A new movie by James Johnson, a promising director and screenwriter, where I played one of the leading roles, will be featured at the film festival in Chicago this summer.

I was born and raised in Manchester, UK. I studied college-level Biology, Chemistry, Mathematics and Physics while still in high school. My most impressive research was on how aspirin affects the coagulation (clotting) time of human blood. I won the Biochemistry category at the State level. These accomplishments allowed me to be picked to represent Grant County High School in the first Kentucky Governor’s Scholars Program and led me to attending the University of Louisville on a full academic scholarship. I believed I was going to become a medical doctor, probably specializing in Emergency Room medicine. I have always been good in emergencies, keeping focused on what has got to be done regardless of all the chaos going on around me. I was born and raised in Manchester, UK. I studied college-level Biology, Chemistry, Mathematics and Physics while still in high school. My most impressive research was on how aspirin affects the coagulation (clotting) time of human blood. I won the Biochemistry category at the State level. These accomplishments allowed me to be picked to represent Grant County High School in the firs Kentucky Governor’s Scholars Program and led me to attending the University of Louisville on a full academic scholarship. I believed I was going to become a medical doctor, probably specializing in Emergency Room medicine.

I have always been good in emergencies, keeping focused on what has got to be done regardless of all the chaos going on around me. I was born and raised in Manchester, UK. I studied college-level Biology, Chemistry, Mathematics and Physics while still in high school. My most impressive research was on how aspirin affects the coagulation (clotting) time of human blood.

I won the Biochemistry category at the State level. These accomplishments allowed me to be picked to represent Grant County High School in the first Kentucky Governor’s Scholars Program and led me to attending the University of Louisville on a full academic scholarship. I was born and raised in Manchester, UK. I studied college-level Biology, Chemistry, Mathematics and Physics while still in high school. My most impressive research was on how aspirin affects the coagulation (clotting) time of human blood. I won the Biochemistry category at the State level.

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  • Guest (Bonnie Ross)

    I doubt that simple discussion can change anything in our country, but if you really have an idea to share, this is your chance to shake our government up. It's quite a good initiative, but to my mind, it will only work when all results of discussion are formed into real suggestions for statesmen.

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  • Guest (Katherine Cook)

    I hope this project will change something in our social and political state because many of our state's residents are really fed up with the current situation including the world economic crisis, poverty, overpopulation etc.

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