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By on September 9, 2011
 
 
  • P.D. P.D. says:

    Thank you very much for everything and I wish you the best luck too. I miss you already too. You are a great person. You will never forget about it. I hope that your new school is great! GOOD LUCK monkey funky!!! :-)

  • hammyh says:

    I love Miami Heat and I am sad that they didn’t win. I love basketball I play with a club and basketball is my favourite sport. Basketball is getting more popular in Ireland nowadays. I would love to become a professional basketball player. I hope I get to see Miami Heat play someday. My favourite players on the Miami team our the big three Lebron James, Chris Bosh and Dwanye Wade.

  • aherne says:

    There were some really interesting stories on this website; I enjoyed reading and commenting on all of them!! Thank you for putting all of these stories up and managing the website!! :)

  • wisecelt wisecelt says:

    Well done Mysteryman!!!
    The best part about the Scoop on Clic is basically everything. I love listening to it everyday over and over again. You guys are awesome.
    P.S. Thank you for visiting our school on our Saint Patricks celebration.

  • EF14 says:

    That is so nice.I love the way they used locks. They can decorate their own aswell and make it creative. It is so sad that the brige collasped because many locks got broken or lost. I wonder how far back the locks go? Mabye the first lock that was first put on is still there.

  • EF14 says:

    I am very happy that the owners found the ticket. I would have been exceptionally worried if I was in their postion. I once lost my mp3 player and I got very worried. It was very clever to put the address and contact number on the back of the ticket.

  • luwandaoshopink luwandaoshopink says:

    Some people might like the movie ‘Frozen’ to become a musical but in my opinion it is a really bad a idea.Frozen is a very beautiful movie and if it was to be turned into a musical,it would just ruin the beauty in the movie.

  • luwandaoshopink luwandaoshopink says:

    I understand what they are trying to say but why ban the mobile phones. What if some people need their phones for a very important thing.It’s just a mobile phone! I don’t think that eating with your mobile phones often happens in some of the restaurants.I’m sorry but I think that it is really stupid on what your trying to do.

  • monkey funky monkey funky says:

    AWWWW. This has been my first year in CLICnews and it has been amazing, unfortunately I will be leaving the school so won’t really be in CLICnews as much as I am used to. Well I will be but not on competions. I will try not to win them. CLICnews was the best internet thing ever. I am so glad that it is made. The new CLICnews team… I will like to wish them good luck and the old good luck on the future.
    Thankyou
    Monkey funky

  • Emmalovespurple1236 says:

    Wow i was told that love was so strong but i did’nt know it was strong enough to tear down a bridge!. Its fascinating to see all the golden padlocks on the bridge and when the sun shines on it it glowes and looks amazing and such a devestation that the bridge collapsed!

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