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Jeremie: From Loner to LoverJeremie Belpois, even in elementary school, submitted himself to the fact that he would live a lonely life. He always seemed to be that one kid no one knew and kept to himself. Sometimes, he wasn't too bothered about it because of how lost he could get in his computer programming. He even would skip meals and stay up long nights to finish his projects! Even when he entered Junior High and attended Kadic, he felt nothing would change. People around him would talk about finding boyfriends or girlfriends, which he couldn't help but feel a sting from. I'm just some scrawny nerd, who in their right mind would be interested in me? That was a thought that often haunted him. It was like this for him until one fateful day in the middle of 8th grade.
October 9, 2003. Jeremie was working on his usual projects. This time, he decided to explore the abandoned factory to improve the robots he was working on. His findings more than satisfied him, and he decided to look around even mo