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Reagan Roberts, born December 10, 1982, is a legend of many talents and tales. He is more easily defined as a degenerate liar. While the exact medical condition that he suffers from has yet to be determined, the common assumption is that he suffers from little man's syndrome, split personality disorder, and is a pathological liar. The most peculiar thing about the legend of Reagan Roberts, is that the legend was created by himself. Very rarely is a man alive to witness his own legacy. In his case, he created it.
Some of the legends of Reagan Roberts include, but are not limited to: -His uncle is Bill Gates -He was once the Chief Engineer at Microsoft -He declined admission to the Naval Academy because of their unfashionable uniforms -He owned a castle in Ireland -He was the kicker for the Miami Hurricanes after highschool -He will be kicking for the Houston Texans soon -His parents are real estate millionaires -His father created the jet engine, still waiting on the check in the mail -He was the sole survivor after a war in the kill house with the L.A. Swat team at the Blackwater training facility. -He is going back to Blackwater to work as an instructor soon -He broke his black belt martial arts instructors arm, therefore not receiving his black belt
- Direct word of mouth by Reagan Roberts(1981-2009)
- Miami Hurricanes
- Houston Texans
- Blackwater USA
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