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Laney Justice is a positive individual who stands up for what she believes in and sticks up for others. She is an incredibly smart person and a wonderful student. Laney is also one of the nicest people you will ever meet and is always willing to help.

 

  1. Where were you born? Here in Franklin at the local hospital. If I remember correctly, I was born sometime in the seven pm hour.
  2. Tell me about your family’s background. I’m not going to go all Ancestory.com on you (that costs money, anyway), so I’m just going to go with the basics here. The majority of my family lives/have lived in Georgia, North Carolina, or Florida. Fun facts about my family is that my grandfather, a preacher here when he was still alive, advocated for racial and gender equality in the 1960s. He was incredibly ahead of his time. Two of my great uncles fought in WWII, both manning tanks on D-Day and Battle of the Bulge. They didn’t know they were storming the same beach (Normandy) until the war was over.
  3. What elementary and middle school did you go to? I went to South Macon Elementary. My grandmother is a substitute there, so every teacher there (whether I had them or not) recognizes me. Skipping MVI, I went to the single middle school in town — MMS.
  4. Tell me about some of your hobbies and why you are interested in them. Oh, man. I love theatre. It’s so fun to get to explore characters and make people feel and think things. Musicals have been a big thing for me since I was a little kid. My mom instilled that love and appreciation for it. I also tap dance, it’s harder than it looks, trust me. I also enjoy reading and writing. When I have nowhere else to go, those two give me somewhere to be.
  5. What’s your favorite show? Why? (Character, episode, season) I could go on and on and on about my favorite shows. I’m a pop culture nerd. Got to go with my favorite, now, loyalties and all. Lost will always hold a special place in my heart. It was very diverse and thought-provoking on how we treat people, especially for the show popular in the early 2000s. Can’t specify on a favorite character, or you’ll be falling asleep on your keyboard because I’ll write in MLA format on why I like all of them. My favorite season was the third — often overlooked but it’s really when interesting things started to happen.
  6. Who was your favorite teacher in elementary school? What are some things you remember about them? Even though it’s considered an intermediate schools here (which is stupid), I liked all of my fifth grade teachers. I remember ignoring the other kids on Fun Friday and talking with my math teacher Mr. Holland. I’ve always been an old soul.
  7. Tell me about your best experience at FHS so far. I’m only a sophomore, so I don’t have much to build upon. I’ll go with a cliche and say that being able to be around my friends much more than I used to is great. I’d always get put in separate classes than them when I was younger and never get to see them unless it was outside of school, so it’s great that I get to have classes and talk with them here, too.
  8. If you were a dog, what breed would you be and why? Think I’d be a mutt. They’re the best kind, after all.
  9. When will you be running for president? What will your campaign slogan be? Don’t think I could handle that stress. I think I’ll just stay an activist and attend protests and let my voice be heard that way, thanks. But, to answer the question, I guess when I’m 35 in 2037. That’s the age requirement after all. My slogan would be something witty and biting. I wouldn’t be subtle. Let’s go with … hm … the only minority ruining America is the rich.
  10. Do you have any guilty pleasure music? (Artist/Band, Genre). 40s-60s music, particularly the doowop.

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