A story has been passed down from all my relatives and it goes back 600 years. It tells about an ever-living lord of blood. He was told to be a man with a lion’s head holding a butcher knife. His name is Shesmu but we call him The Shredder. He is strong and quick with a movement of a shredder while he’s attacking his victims. Me and my friends thought it was a joke so we searched for him. We were looking for him as he rushed towards us so we all sprinted as fast as we could back to our houses.
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Yesterday was the first day in my life that I went to the zoo! I’ve been to the aquarium but never the zoo. I got up and didn’t even have a shower because I was so excited to go. We made it to the zoo 30 minutes before it opened so we went to get some hot chips and drinks. By the time we finished the zoo had opened so we rushed to the entrance. After running around my favorite animal was this seal that looked like he was laughing. It was the best day ever.
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Tonight was the night. Me, James, Suzie and Michelle were gonna sneak out. We had zero idea where we were going but I was hanging out with Suzie. I really liked Suzie and tonight I was gonna ask her out. I started climbing out my window when finally my senses kicked in but I kept going. We met up and started heading into the woods. It was such a beautiful night. I knew this was the right spot. My heart was beating out of my chest. James was over with Michelle probably kissing. I was about to ask her out when all of a sudden…
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The distant sound of gunshots could be heard everywhere. My name is John McAllen and I enrolled in the army 1 year ago when the war was starting. We were storming a building in Afghanistan in enemy territory. Halfway through the building and no one was there. I heard a distant yelling echo throughout the building. It was getting closer. We started getting behind cover but then the flash made me cover my face and blind me. Bullets were zipping past my face. I got hit in the leg and stumbled over screaming. I couldn’t get up, it was the most painful feeling.
When I was 9 I still went to the amusement park that I’d been going to for more than half my life. The best thing in the entire park was the merry-go-round. I always went on the same horse every single time. I called her Mary. As I got older, around 10 or 11 I started asking my mum for disinfectant wipes so Mary would be clean. When I was 12 my mum told me I was too grown-up for the amusement park but I still loved that place and I loved Mary, so I got together all my friends and we broke Mary out.
This video was about a virus infecting computers around the world. Wannacry is a piece of software that when on your computer encrypts all your files making them useless to you. It’s not like other viruses because instead of making your computer not work it makes your files useless and you have to either pay hundreds of dollars to get your files back, which most of the time doesn’t even happen or you give up and forget about it. Unless you backed up your files you’ve practically got no way of getting your files back. People are speculating that the NSA developed this software, not to get 400 or so dollars of people but to instead track computers for different reasons with no money involved. Someone discovered this software created the NSA and took it to get ransomware. Microsoft has recently released a patch or an update for Windows that blocks ransomware like this. What was the main reason wannacry functioned so well?What was the main part of the software that encrypted people’s files? Was it affecting all operating systems like OSX, Windows, Linux or was it just Windows? I understand now that there are many types of viruses and they will keep getting developed with no trouble due to it being hard to track down hackers and hackers using existing codes in viruses.
Outside the asylum it was almost like standing in a forest. As me and Elliot were making our way inside there was this writing with an orange or red hue. Most of the interior had collapsed because of the century old foundation. There was graffiti and drawings all over the walls but one reoccurring picture was a abnormally wide crocodile. All the rooms were empty and the wallpapers were ripped from the walls. Within most of the faculty rooms there was just profanity and sometimes the odd drop of paint. It was one of the scariest experiences in my life.
This video was about the act of donating blood. Donating blood can help up to 3 people with just ½ a litre of it. Giving blood is easy and super helpful. If you’re 16 and up and you’re in good health then you can donate blood. There are 3 ways to donate blood: plasma, platelets or blood. When you give blood it gets shipped off to hospitals and places where people are in need of blood. There are over 200 orders of blood each day. Blood is mostly given to people with cancer or other diseases. If not enough blood is shipped out then what happens? How does the blood get shipped? Do hospitals get shipped exact amounts or a little over or under? An understanding I now have is that giving blood is supposed to be a sort of moral duty of ours. If someone doesn’t receive blood obviously they won’t get helped which in turn might mean they die. Giving blood is about saving lives.
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It was the middle of the school holidays and I had my birthday yesterday. I opened so many presents from my whole family. I was turning ten so it was a big deal. I got loads of presents that I loved but the one I was most excited about was a slime maker machine my uncle got for me. It was really late when I opened my presents so my mum told me I could make slime tomorrow. The next day I made the slime immediately. It was in a bowl setting when it fell on the bench. The slime dripped through the vent.
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This BTN was showing how people become citizens and how the way they do it could become harder. To become eligible for Australian citizenship you’d needed to have lived here for 2 years and you had to have filled out a test. But recently it’s changed. You now need to have lived here for 4 years, filled out a harder test for non-English speakers and they now look into criminal records more thoroughly. So many people preparing to become citizens now have to wait 2 more hours years, possibly learn English and be cautious about how they spend their time. Malchom should’ve given those people a couple weeks notice instead of upright changing it. Are there any benefits to becoming an Australian citizen? What is different about being an Australian citizen and being a migrant? An understanding I now have is that becoming an Australian should be hard because of the pride, rights and the ability to know that you are safe.