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  • Introduction
  • Main Conflict
  • You deserve pain.
  • Rising Action
  • Now I know the difference between uranium isotope 235 and 238. YAY!
  • Timmy here has received the Nuclear Science badge. (It's an actual badge)
  • The story begins at the ministry center at St. James church down on Camp Road. BSA troop 44 was having their once tri-monthly court of honor, and I was leading it. 
  • Climax                                                                                          
  • Oh noes my nose!
  • The conflict is between me and a very mean and transparent glass door.
  • Falling Action
  • The whole court of honor proceeds as normal, up until we're putting tables, chairs, and whatnot away.  Merit badges and ranks were award to who had earned them, with parents taking advantage of every photo-op. 
  • Resolution
  • How'd I get this multi-thousand dollar camera?
  • While walking back into the main room to grab another table to roll back (they were circular) I happened to walk nose first into the before mentioned glass door. Blood instantly went everywhere while I hovered parallel to the floor (not so much the hovering part).
  • Even though the court of honor was going well besides this, I was embarrassed for damaging my olfactory cells. Everyone else finished packing up while I held a paper towel and ice bag combination to my nose.  
  • There was only some minor bruising that went away after a few weeks, there wasn't anywhere near as much pain as there was blood. Several guys in the troop photographed the blood and spit stain in the middle of the door, and action for which I am grateful. The only thing worse than this story is my story-boarding skills.
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