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Brian White
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Gender:
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Birthday:
Feb 4, 1991 (Age: 28)
Location:
Columbia, South Carolina
Occupation:
Kollege Student

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Brian White

Member, Male, 28, from Columbia, South Carolina

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Brian White was last seen:
Dec 4, 2014
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      4. About

        Gender:
        Male
        Birthday:
        Feb 4, 1991 (Age: 28)
        Location:
        Columbia, South Carolina
        Occupation:
        Kollege Student
        My name is Brian White. I am 22 years old, and I am a college student. I am studying graphic design. I go to College of Southern Nevada, and to South University. I have one brother, and one sister (Brother: Malcolm Johnson, Sister: Ashanti Johnson).

        My hobbies are:
        playing videogames
        watch TV
        Play with my PC
        Listen to music
        Surf the Internet
        spending time with my friends, family, and girlfriend
        shopping
        walking

        I have been diagnosed with Autism, but to be more specific, Asperger’s Syndrome since the age of two. I have graduated from SECTA (Southeast Career Technical Academy) in 2009 with an advanced diploma and honors recognition. After I graduate at CSN with an associate’s degree, I really want to go to another college where I can study videogame designing/developing to achieve my dreams as game developer, but because of my disability, I have struggled to reach my goals, and to make my dreams come true as a videogame developer. I work very hard to achieve my goals in college and in my personal life. My mom has always encouraged me to work hard to achieve my dreams and not allow anyone to interfere with my dreams regardless of how difficult it may be and/or what types of disabilities you may have.
        I also learn that there are goals in life that people need to achieve in order to be successful. People need to work hard in order to attain great success that can help them in the near future. I also believe that parents should encourage their kids to study hard in order to succeed in life, and make further advances in the near future in order to better themselves.
        My only activity at the moment is to study very hard. I spend most of the time in my graphic classroom, or at the writing center to make sure my papers are corrected and have no errors. Due to my disability, it’s not easy to make friends and communicate with other people. People always make fun of me because of my disability, and sometimes they do not accept me for who I am, and ignore me. That causes me to be lonely, and forces me to withdraw from others. I do have some friends that accept me for who I am and for those I am very thankful.

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        legend.gamer316
        Facebook:
        brian.l.white.12
        Twitter:
        Colonel_Tekken
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