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by on May 19, 2016
  • its dat boy brandon its dat boy brandon says:
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    Wow that is absolutely insane that something that big is being built across such a big distance. It’s amazing now that they are building the biggest wall in the world! There are so many people without jobs and food in Africa but that is about to change for the better all across the gigantic continent. I think 11 million trees is an amazing quantity of trees to plant in the middle of a dry wasteland.

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  • its dat boy brandon its dat boy brandon says:
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    It’s horrible that the French bulldog is getting genetically modified to become cuter but all that is happening is that the people Who are doing this are just killing them. I am from France and I have not seen one of those dogs at all. All of this is happening just because celebrities are posting pictures of them on social media. Thank you for making me aware of this problem.

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  • ruthgsic123 ruthgsic123 says:
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    That was a veryyyyyyyyyyyy long article !!! but I really enjoyed reading it ! I read it all. That poor dog. It is not fair just because the dog has something wrong dose not mean you can not look after it ! A few weeks ago my family and I found a stray kitten. He was very small. My neighbour caught two and brought them up in a box. We went down to visit them everyday. The little kittens eye was getting worse and worse so we decided to bring the little kitten to the vet. At this stage his eye was about to pop out. It was pushing out. We brought him into the room where the vet was waiting. As soon as she saw him she knew that his little eye was going to be removed. He stayed overnight in the vet hospital.The vet said that he could die through the operation from the anasthetic because it could be too hard on him. The next day he had the operation. HE SURVIVED !!!!! YAYYYYYYYYY We named him GIDGET !!!! We really really loveee him. From that day he has been in our house living happily. I am really sorry for his poor eye but at least he is still alive and that is the main thing. I really loved your article Katia and why would you dump the poor dog. Give him to th D.S.P.C.A or DOGS TRUST or whatever there is in whatever country you are from. Again Katia a reall great artice !!!

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  • ruthgsic123 ruthgsic123 says:
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    I don't play rugby but a few people in my class do. Fair play to England who gave us votes but why didn't Whales and Scotland ??? We are neighbours !! Well if anything like this comes up again I hope we will not vote for them. Hard luck to Ireland. My mam and dad are going tonight to the game in the Aviva against Fiji. COME ON IRELAND!!! WIN !!!! I loved reading this article Marc Well done. I really hope they win tonight.

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  • jessicar04 says:
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    That is great news for the people in Africa! I think it's great that they are getting bikes to be able to go to school because 15 miles is a long journey for anyone to walk. Bikes are a great gift for them because not only to they have a easier way to get to school but it is a good way for them to get active and a lot of fun because they could have races with their friends. I am so happy for the children because now they get to ride bikes just like we do. I hope that all of the charities that helped out get more funding to do more great work for people that need more help than we do.

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  • Rachel10ra Rachel10ra says:
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    I have seen a couple of Jellyfish at the beach before. I don't think I have seen a box jellyfish before and I hope I will never see one in my life or get stung by one. It was interesting to read about them just in case I ever see one that I will know to keep away from it. I can't believe that a box jellyfish can kill more people every year than sharks and crocodiles combined together. Next time I see one I will be sure to stay away from it. 😀

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  • dirpyfootballer dirpyfootballer says:
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    I don't feel that I have to much gadget time because I only use it on the weekend for an hour. I also play soccer and play guitar. I think that all parents should only let their children play an hour a day and ONLY on weekends. Child obesity rates are going up because they are just lying around and not getting enough exercise. I have 4 brothers so I am always occupied.

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  • Rachel10ra Rachel10ra says:
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    I haven't read a lot of Jacqueline Wilsons books yet. But I am in the middle of reading Dustbin Baby at home and I think it is a good book. I have never seen the movie though. In school I am in the middle of reading Clover Moon and I also think it is a good book. I may not have read a lot of her books but the ones that I have read are brilliant. So I think that she deserves a Bafta award.

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  • LiamChelseafootballclub LiamChelseafootballclub says:
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    I think Ireland were very unlucky against Denmark. Shane Duffy scored a good goal. I'd say everyone thought Ireland were going to go through. But Cyrus Christie's own goal was a very poor one. I think once Denmark were up 3-1 I thought Ireland weren't going through to the FIFA World Cup. Christian Eriksen scored some great goals, it wasn't Darren Randolph's fault I think Ireland's defence were asleep. But Ireland had an excellent World Cup campaign. They did us proud. If Ireland got through I would've been delighted. But although Ireland didn't get through I think they did brilliant. Ireland will be back for the FIFA World Cup 2022! Well done Ireland

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  • ciarrai ciarrai says:
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    I was so disappointed when they lost but Denmark were the best team on the pitch. When Shane Duffy scored the first goal I was so happy I screamed yyyyeeeessss so loud the neighbours heard me. After that McClean had some chances but lost them. When Denmark scored their first goal I was disappointed but I thought Ireland would come back. But I was wrong. I felt very bad for Randolph as it was a fluke goal. As soon as Denmark scored their fourth goal I went to bed.

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