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Zach Gregory is as pale as the milk he's just knocked over with his elbow. His dad is trying to wipe the spill off the scarred wooden dining table with one hand, while using his other to stop his son from gouging himself in the face. There's a semi-perpetual big pinkish-red circle dead center in the 18-year-old's forehead, where he smacks himself whenever he gets the chance.
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