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By on September 9, 2011
 
 
  • shock says:
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    Wow that is so cool. I wish they would do that in Ireland, If we could I would love it so much because you are actually allowed to do it. I think it is a bit funny the way the fire brigade have to come to wash it off and I think that it is really cool that they use 175 tones of tomatoes.

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  • sophiazavalko550 says:
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    It,s awesome that we are still finding NEW dinosaur fossils and its also cool that we can scan a bone or a tooth or a claw and find out about the creature. It reminds me of the time i went fossil hunting I found an old tooth of some sort we are still not sure what it is from but we think its from a dinosaur but we are only 50% sure
    . Anyway I know its a distant cousin of the T-Rex but whats its name????
    And how long where they excavating the fossil probably a week or something
    .So i think its sounds pretty cool if i ever go to that part in whales i might visit that museum . (=

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  • Orla26 Orla26 says:
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    That’s a lot of money.
    I can’t believe the hair has stayed in one piece for all this time because he was born in 1756 and he died when he was 35 so that is a long time. But for his hair to go for that money he was probably an amazing composer.

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  • Orla26 Orla26 says:
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    Thank you very much clic news for a wonderful year. You always have the newest news straight away and you always keep us updated if you don’t know the whole story. The stories this year have been amazing and I hope the ones next year will just as good. I find clic news brilliant it helps with my English and you don’t need to read a boring book the write down what happened in it this is much better. I also like how if you have a question LAN and the crew help you.
    Thanks for this year.

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  • mysteryman mysteryman says:
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    I think you should be able to add more than one of the same items and I think some of the prizes could be like trading cards and maybe even a 50 point prize which might be a nerf gun or a Lego sets for a higher price of 75-100 stars. The ordering is nice and simple. 😀

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  • Alex2003 Alex2003 says:
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    I love Dublin Zoo.
    My favourite animal in the zoo is the seals and penguins.
    I went to Dublin zoo on Saturday for my cousins birthday.
    It was a great family day out.
    After we looked at the animals we had a picnic on the grass and the peacock would not go away.
    It was a great sunny day.
    ~Alex2003

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  • kittylover2004 kittylover2004 says:
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    I do not know if I will watch “Jurrasic World” because I am not quite a fan of all dinosaur things. If I did want to see it would probably because it looks very adventurous with the costumes and the effects.

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  • kittylover2004 kittylover2004 says:
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    Thanks Clic!!!!!! Hope Ian and the crew will have a great summer. I can’t wait to see what is coming in probably September.I loved the prizes, and updates everyday well… EVERYTHING!!!!!!!!!! I can,t believe how long clic was a website for!

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  • kittylover2004 kittylover2004 says:
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    Um…How can they tweet or post a status on tweeter or facebook if they only have fins? It is quite crazy how they can tweet something unless it is a joke (which I don’t think clicnews will do.) It is weird but I think that the shark an amazing skin color.

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  • aly aly says:
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    This is ridiculous,now the government are going around installing water meters pretty much at random without proper permission from the owners of the places where the water meters are being installed. If they’re going to randomly install a water meter they should have some sort of vote for THEIR PEOPLE!
    paying for water is like, paying for permission to mow your lawn!

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