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Flagstaff, Arizona — Flagstaff is a desert town, but it is home to some of the most breathtaking views in the Southwest.

And it’s also the place where a man named John B. Johnston Jr. discovered an ocean that is now known as the Great Pacific Garbage Patch.

The Great Pacific, as it is commonly known, is a large patch of ocean filled with debris from ocean currents and other oceanic bodies.

The garbage patch is the result of the slow but persistent movement of many large objects of all shapes and sizes through the ocean.

The debris flows through the Pacific Ocean, but the largest objects are often small, like floating garbage bags, fishing lines, fishing hooks, or fishing nets.

The debris patch is about 2,000 miles long, according to NASA, which is a good distance for an object of this size to have settled.

John B. was born in Flagstow, a small town about 25 miles south of Flagstaff.

He moved to Flagstaff with his mother when she was a child.

He worked at a local bank and then moved to another bank.

He said he eventually made his way to Flagstower where he worked for the bank.

“I would be working late at night on a Saturday, and I’d have to wait to see if anyone would pick up my shift and pick up the trash, so I’d end up working on Sundays,” he said.

His first job was at a bank that had the most junk in the town, according the local newspaper, the Flagstaff Sentinel.

It was one of the largest banks in the area.

When John B.’s father died suddenly in 1979, he said, he decided to look for work in the banking business.

But he never made it past the first day, according his obituary.

So John B., then 29 years old, moved to Las Vegas, Nevada, where he eventually went into the financial industry.

He moved to the Pacific Northwest, where John B went to school and worked as a financial analyst.

Then, John B’s dad passed away in 1994.

John was then 25 years old and he moved to Fort Collins, Colorado, where his father worked as an oilfield services contractor.

And then, in 1998, John was working at a hotel in Fort Collins when his boss called and said John had been killed in a plane crash.

I think he was about 19 or 20, but I’m not sure, said John.

In his obituaries, the Sentinel reported that the hotel where he died was called the Flagstain Hotel.

After the plane crash, John worked for another bank, the San Francisco Federal Reserve, until his death.

‘The greatest shame’John B.’ was the youngest of nine children.

He was born with cerebral palsy.

He told The Sentinel that he was very proud of his disability and his work.

”I think my greatest shame is that I don’t have a handicap, but that was always in my head,” he said of his disabilities.

My father never had a problem with having a handicapped child, said his mother, Diane B. He never would have wanted to raise a disabled child if he had been handicapped.

She said he loved fishing, and his fishing skills were second to none.

He spent years teaching himself to fish.

By the time he was in his 20s, John became a father figure to the rest of his family.

 He had a son, Mark, who lives in Flagfield.

John died of a heart attack in 2013.