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Colton “Davenport” H.
Works at Subway
Attends University of Nebraska - Lincoln
Lives in Winnebago, Nebraska
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Why didn't the man climb the mountain?

Because there was no mountain.
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Look, it's Giygas in the clouds!
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#ifihadglass  I'd film short horror and suspense films with them from a first person found-footage perspective. I'd be able to tell stories in new ways, and bring new original content to the Internet. 
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Google+ has a much better community than Facebook. #misanthropy  
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Occupation
Writing and Schoolin' awwww yeah
Employment
  • Subway
    2013 - present
  • Welsh's Pizza
    Washer, 2010 - 2012
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Winnebago, Nebraska
Previously
Lincoln, Nebraska
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Legends Never Die
Introduction
I'm a History/English Dual Major at UNL, with a dual minor in Native American Studies and Anthropology. I write and do stuff like that.
Bragging rights
Self-Published, National Honor Society, Last Survivor of the Martian Exodus
Education
  • University of Nebraska - Lincoln
    Pre-Law, 2012 - present
  • Emerson-Hubbard High School
    2009 - 2012
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Male
Other names
Bitchin' Balls Deep McDouche
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For any movie-goer, this theater's definitely worth a try. Tickets cost the same as at the cinema in the Singing Hills Mall, and that's what makes the differences in quality really pop. The lobby's design is excellent, and while the prices for popcorn and soda-pop look expensive, you get enough to make up for it. While the soda-pop cups aren't as big as they could be, the vending machines being in the open allow for unlimited, free refills - which can lead to lots of bathroom trips, but is still a good thing if you show up an hour or two early. The theaters themselves are beautifully designed, the seating is excellent. If there's a bad seat in the house, I haven't found it yet. The screen's always crisp and delivers a superior quality than the other theaters in town, and the speakers for the theaters have just the right settings to make you feel immersed in the movie. If you're in the Siouxland area and want to catch a movie, this is the theater to go to.
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