What makes me special is the way I think. For example, if you were to see a few tree branches on the floor, I would try to find a way to make a small slingshot or some other contraption from them. Usually, I think out of the box instead of looking at all the regular stuff. I affect people around me by encouraging them to think outside the box also. This way, my friends and family can think of unusual ways to do things. The adjectives that best describe me are crafty, risky, and smart. For example, one time I stuffed ten dollars into my sub woofer in my room to hide it from my sister and the money went too deep into the sub woofer. First, I tried to use a vacuum cleaner to try to suck the money out of the sub woofer, but that did not work. So finally, I decided to use a couple of long screw divers and some short ones to unscrew the back panel of the sub woofer and push the money out of the square where the back panel should have been. This was a very risky thing to do because I could have broken my sub woofer if I made a wrong move, but got the money out. Another time was when I was told a riddle that goes as follows,one plus one does not equal two, however one plus one plus one equals two. Why is this?" I figured that one plus one meant the same as zero plus one so that was why one plus one did not equal two. Then I figured that one plus one plus one is the same as two plus zero which is two. I would say that the biggest event that have changed my life would be the day my mother convinced Craig Meisner ( executive of Campinteractive) to let me participate in the program at eleven years old.Currently, in my academics, I have overcome the obstacle of passing both of my regents tests in my eighth grade year to move on to the ninth grade with more advanced classes.