Editor’s Choice Comments

by on May 19, 2016
  • colleene says:
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    I never believed about aliens having 20 eyes and 4 heads and other rubbish like that, but I do believe that they do exist. Infact I think there might be some on earth right at the moment disguised as humans. I know this sounds stupid, but that's what I believe.

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  • abbil abbil says:
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    I visited the Hellfire club before, I'm unsure if this is it, but it sure was creepy. I had to walk up a big hill which was known for having deer around so I was quite anxious. I don't find this article really accurate since I don't believe in ghosts that much. But the trip was quite fun. The place was quite unsettling and quirky as if something were to be off. As I made my way up to hill with my father we suddenly came across half of a small forest which seemed to be completely burnt to a crisp, the trees were on the ground, all that was left to them was the black wooden trunks and branches, as we reached the hill there was a bunch of people there, running around this little castle saying 'satan, satan, satan.' every time they went around three times, I probably won't go back though. -Abbi.

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  • ellien ellien says:
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    That's insane! I always thought PewDiePie was the highest earner since he has the most subs. Absolutely amazing, although most top youtubers swear and curse and stuff, he earns the most money on Youtube most likely and doesn't curse at all! It's baffling! Thank you for this semi-confusing article.

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  • Fernando22113 says:
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    I would never have thought that a tribe in the Amazon forest would be going extinct , People should help them to stay alive by giving them food and water and try making them homes then they might have a better chance of staying alive and healthy

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  • seanalder seanalder says:
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    I never sleepwalk at least I don't think so I've only seen a person sleepwalk
    And even then they were pretending I thought your body shuts down when It falls asleep but how do you dream and what stage do you not sleepwalk?

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  • FluffyPanda FluffyPanda says:
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    I love music! I play a musical instrument as well and I enjoy it a lot! Music plays an important role in some peoples lives and it calms people. 🎶 Even when I’m working or doing something I put on some music and it really gets things done faster.😃 Everyone should try to play a musical instrument at least once! 🎸

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  • KokoMyKitty KokoMyKitty says:
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    It’s not hard to believe that there is still creatures in the ocean that we haven’t found yet, the ocean takes up more than half of the world.🌎 It would be scary to be scuba diving and see a strange animal that’s never been seen before. It could be a flying animal that was flying over the sea and fell in. I think there’s definitely strange animals in the Mariana Trench, it's the deepest part of the of the ocean and there’s already been reports by the brave people who dived down there.

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  • hg06 hg06 says:
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    I have read that book before in school and I thought that it was extremely funny and I think that the book is a great book to read. I would definitely recommend it for young children that like reading. I also thought that this animation was funny and a good way to show a review of the book. Thank you for this imaginative article animation!

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  • NCFC for life NCFC for life says:
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    It is shocking that that much land is cleared. The land is usually being cleared just for money making purposes. as said in a previous post, Norway is trying to put a stop to deforestation and rightly so. The Brazilian Government is being very sneaky and selfish, which is very disappointing. We need people to change their mindsets, and fast!

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  • NCFC for life NCFC for life says:
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    I love learning about animals big and small. I wonder what the most vulnerable creature is in the winter. Imagine if humans were like badgers. Most humans would either watch TV or read a book the whole winter if their heart rate and breathing slowed down and if they did less activities. Everybody would not bother to go to school, not even the teachers!

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