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BC: I lied... This scrapbook wasn't entirely truthful. I don't think everyone wants my body after all... I just want to be wanted... :(

FC: Socrates My Search for Truth By: Robin Powell Period 1

1: My name is Socrates. As you can see, I'm quite the attractive Grecian. Any philosophers interested in the study of ethics over the age of 70 should hit me up! I'm single and ready to mingle! This scrapbook will document my search for truth.

2: I've always wished I could have pink eyes, pink is my favorite color! I just did some light editing on this picture. I look really good! Hit me up everyone! This didn't really help me with my search for truth, because this picture isn't what I really look like. It's a little enhanced. My Internet friends don't need to know that though...

3: I found this oracle on my Grecian version of eharmony. I went to go see her, and she told me I was the wisest person in the world. I have a feeling she lied to me because she likes my body. This didn't help me with my search for truth. I wish people would be honest with me instead of trying to impress me because of my looks.

4: Here are the Greek Gods and Goddesses that I reject. I don't believe in them. I was punished for not believing in them. Their bodies aren't even that great! And Pericles wonders why I reject them! I definitely do not want them to hit me up.

5: Plato's looking at me longingly... Could he want my body?!?! If I said I want your body now, would you hold it against me?! | Here is a picture of Plato and I. I taught Plato, and credited him with the Socratic Method of Debate. I taught Plato what I believed to be my truths, and he then taught Aristotle. I'm glad my beliefs of truth have been passed down.

6: What a fantastic portrait of me! All of the single ladies, put your hands up! I know this picture will make you want me. I chose to honor my beliefs of truth, even though many in society rejected them.

7: The party don't start 'till I walk in! Just dying, no big deal. Pericles punished me for believing in my truths. I was charged for corrupting the youth. This is wildly unfortunate, as the Grecian population will miss my hot body greatly.

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