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TROUBLE-IN-SCHOOL (Episode 6)

Episode 6 "You should be held as a collaborator, if you withhold any information to the police. Think well, and don't say that Tom or Dick is your friend," the policeman said and paused. The mention of Tom sent jitters into Tom. Tom felt goose pimple all over him. However, on a second thought, he realised that the man was talking about Tom, dick and Harry, a common language meaning everybody. "If the school bus driver is here, let come him out, "the policeman ordered. There was a hum of dread among the students. In their minds, the mention of the driver was enough to condemn the man. The school driver was a mean looking man with a mouth like that of a mouse. He had a dark serious facet face which made him look like a wicked man. He walked out, fear written all over him. He was shaking like a leaf torn by the wind. "Come with us." the policeman hissed, watching the man shiverring like an epileptic. They dragged him violently inside the…

A BRIGHTEST SUPERMOONS HAVE APPEARED AFTER A DECADES

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The full moon on November 14, 2016, is a SUPER MOONS—that is, a full moon that occurs when it is at its closest point, or perigee, to Earth in its orbit. Since the full moon is at its perigee, it is at its biggest and brightest and is about 25 percent brighter than when it is at the farthest point, or apogee. This supermoon is the brightest since 1948, and it will not be as bright again until November 25, 2034. Usually a supermoon is a full moon that occurs on the same day as perigee. This supermoon will become full just two hours from perigee. The year 2016 has been an unusual time for supermoons, since the last three full moons of the year will be supermoons.
The concept of the supermoon came from 20th-century American astrology, in which it was originally defined as either a new or full moon that occurred within 10 percent of perigee and was seen as a portent of disasters. However, in a strange cultural quirk, the term escaped astrology into the mainstream to become an …

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Using marijuana could help some alcoholics and people addicted to opioids kick their habits, a UBC study has found.

"Research suggests that people may be using cannabis as an exit drug to reduce use of substances that are potentially more harmful, such as opioid pain medication," said the study's lead investigator Zach Walsh, associate professor of psychology at UBC's Okanagan campus.

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This comprehensive review of research on medical cannabis use and mental health also found some evidence that cannabis may help with symptoms of depression, PTSD and social anxiety. However, the review concluded that cannabis use might not be recommended for conditions such as bipolar disorder and psychosis.
"In reviewing the limited evidence on medical cannabis, it appears that patients and others who have advocated for cannabis as a tool for harm reduction and mental health have some valid points," said Walsh.
Walsh…

Trouble in school (episode5)

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Someone among you had given information that led to the robbery. I do not want to point fingers. The criminals are here. Let them come out quitely. And we' ll all forget this unpleasant experience. i'ill give them one promise, i wont prosecute them," the policeman said and paused to weigh the impact of his words. He was delivering the usual police sermon. Not expecting anyone to own up. " the robbery was done by hardened men. The manhandling of the principal family greately pointed to that.
The wife was pushed about several times. And she revealed to the police that the boys wore masks. One of them had a local pistol. All criminal think the same. They think they are safe, until when suprised. I want every student to think properly. Whether you've noticed any unusual activity or rumour. Anything that will cement the evidence that we already have. We know the culprits but I'll give them chance to declare themselves like disciplined boys i know this…

Trouble in school (episode4)

Episode 4

"morning boys!" the hoarse voice of the principal echoed. His sorrow and shock were woven like mat on his face. "i want you to listen carefully to these men,"
the principal said and paused in order, to chose his words. He was gradually running short of words.
"maybe, they 're going to make some arrest," he said as his words hung like flakes in the assembly. Legs shovelling in fear. One of the policemen stepped on the dais. He was the man that had the policemen pistol. He was huge and tall. In the manner of a gorrila, he watched the students in sileence. His little eyes hidden in a mass of flesh, glittering like wet pepples.
"in police work," he stopped with a heavy note.
He stared at the students, taking time to look at their faces.
"There's something called an insider, a collaborator. All evidence seriously pointed to one in this particular case." his words were precisely chosen. Direct stones thrown with ea…

Brazilians releases A FREE-TAILED BAT THAT CAN FLY FASTER THAN SWIFT BIRDS

CATCH ME IF YOU CAN. Up to now, the speed record for horizontal flight was held by birds from the swift family: the common swift, for example, can reach speeds of over 100 kilometers per hour. Together with colleagues from the USA, researchers at the Max Planck Institute for Ornithology in Radolfzell have now discovered a new front-runner among the acrobats of the air. However, the animal involved here is not a bird but a bat: the Brazilian free-tailed bat shoots through the night skies at over 160 kilometers per hour. Their aerodynamic body shape and longer than average wings compared to other bat species enable them to reach such vast speeds. Birds are still a model for aviation engineers today and remain unequaled when it comes to flight characteristics. While birds can take off at comparatively low speeds, even the most modern aircraft must reach a speed of around 300 kilometers per hour to be able to lift off. The main contributing factors here are the animals' aerodynamic, …

CHINWE(the life of a ghetto girl)Episode 1(18+)

A bucket was kicked violentlyaway from the line that hadbeen formed by the side of thewell. There was outrage.Voices were raised and a fewbodies were shoved in anger.This scenario played out almostevery morning and the residentsof inland street were used to the fracas. In the huge melee, Ironegot down to work briskly. Hedunked the small bucket used todraw water from the well andbegan to fill his many bucketsand basins, while Gbenga and Sesan tried to calm down thewarring parties. A few, veryobservant girls had keyed intoIrone’s train of thought anddeftly jumped the queue to getwater. One was those girls, was called Chinwe… Popularly knownas chi-chiChinwe was the hottest bitchon Koso street. Her beauty wasnot measured by her face,stature, brains, height, skin color or other such criteria.Chinwe's beauty was strictlymeasured by the activeness andactivity of her vagina.Her father had been stripped offhis manliness when he lost his job as a Hotel Manager in a No-Star, barely-above-a…

Referees add more extra time when the big teams are losing

the facts which shows how football referees add more time when big teams are losingsoccer (football) fans suspected it, however now facts is confirming it. After analysing all the suits of the Spanish league "la Liga" from the 2014-2015 season,  specialists in sports technology have observed that the extra the difference on the scoreboard, the less stoppage time is delivered to the stop of the game. when the rating is tighter, however, referees have a tendency to feature extra stoppage time when the crew within the better department is losing.
The stoppage time brought by way of the referee following the compulsory ninety mins of a football suit is used to compensate for time misplaced because of substitutions, accidents, expulsions and other incidents that stand up at some stage in the sport, but it seems as although different elements additionally play a position in step with a brand new look at.

Researchers Carlos Lago, from the university of Vigo (Spain), and Maite G√≥mez, …