Today after school, we got word that Kirsten Dunst was working on a movie (All Good Things, expected in 2009) on campus - my high school is technically on a college campus. A few friends and I made our way down to the trailers and hung around for a while. I used my Minuteman credentials to try to get in and talk to some people - maybe get an article out of the thing. (I was in until it started raining, and they ran out of time for me). Anyway, I did get to see Kirsten Dunst. It was awesome. I waved as she stepped into her trailer. She - get this - smiled and waved back.
Yeah, not bragging or anything, but, uh, we kinda had a connection. It was cool.
A political and news obsessed senior in high school who may think he's a bit older than than he is. I write for several local newspapers: I report for and have a column in the Fairfield Minuteman, and I write for the Register Citizen and Bridgeport Banner. I have also interned in the District Office of former Congressman Christopher Shays.
"Young people love to think of themselves as rebels and nonconformists in their "liberal" outlook, but the truth is, any kid who leans right today is the real rebel and has to go against the grain to have such views. Please support those young men like Will who are willing to be different."