Greetings fellow homo sapiens friends!
It is good to see all you fleshy beings alive and well. It is just as well, as we shall be meeting again in that giant prison made of brick and cement school. For those of you who do not know me, perhaps a short introduction is in need.
I am currently in Miss Berdick's 1st hour English class. And that is all that is necessary for one to know.
I am hopeful to see all of you cheerful alien faces once again in class or school, one time or another.
P.S. If you are wondering about the picture, perhaps you should visit google and find out yourself...
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