Junior high Journal

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Man Fell Off Wall


On March 17, 2016, at 9:14 a.m. the police were called to a scene where they were scared they could not help. The man of Omaha, Nebraska, named Humpty Dumpty, a very mean man, fell off of Slippery Fall Wall near the prison. The police arrived and found that he had fallen off the wall, and gathered information from witnesses that Humpty Dumpty leaned toward the wind and it pushed him forward. He fell on his head and cracked his shell. The family of Dumpty were so sad and crying when the police said there's nothing they could do for him, but the police called the ambulance to come get him. At the hospital, they put him back together. The next week, the police were called to the same scene, and Humpty Dumpty had fallen off the same wall, according to his family members, and again they called the ambulance. He was put back together again. Then two weeks later, on April 7, 2016, at 3:30 p.m. the police were called again to the same scene and this time Humpty Dumpty officially died. The viewing and funeral were held at Slippery Wall Death’s Home for Funerals on April 9th at 10:00 a.m. The police said they could not figure out why they wanted Humpty Dumpty to live because there were always complaints about him.

Cardinals



Did you know that female Cardinals are brown? Cardinals are Mostly found in the eastern half of North America. The cardinal measures from 18-23 centimeters (7-9 inches) long.


The female cardinal is mostly responsible for building the nest, they are built out of weeds stems, twigs, barks, leaves, and paper. The female cardinal builds the nest 4-5 feet (1.2-1.5 meters) above the ground in dense shrubbery, tangles of vines, saplings or small trees.The female typically lays three or four eggs, which are grayish-white with brown spots and many speckles. The female sits on the eggs, and the male finds food. The eggs hatch in 12 to 13 days. At first, both sexes feed the young. The male takes over the feeding entirely when the female builds a new nest for the next brood. Young Cardinals leave the nest in about 10 days. The male continues to care for them for another 10 days. Cardinals may have up to four broods from April through August each year. The nest usually takes 9 days to build. The finished nest is 2-3 inches tall, and 4 inches across, with a diameter of 3 inches inside. The cardinal commonly does not use their nest more than one time.


Cardinals eat weeds seeds, wild fruits, grains, worms, and insects. Cardinals prefer sunflower seeds but also eat raisins, pieces of apple, bread, and millet. Young Cardinals eat insects, including bollworms, cotton worms, codling moths, and potato beetles.The Cardinals do not migrate and don't molt into a dull plumage, so you can see them in the winter's snowy backyards. The northern Cardinals tend to sit low in shrubs and trees, often in pairs. Northern Cardinals go though low branches and forage on or near the ground.


Movie Review

The Fault in Our Stars

Teenage cancer patients begin a life-affirming journey to visit a reclusive author in Amsterdam. Two teenagers Hazel and Augustus share a love that sweeps them on a journey. Their relationship is all the more supernatural, given that Hazel's other constant companion is an oxygen tank. The two teenage cancer patients fall in love and meet in a support group for people with cancer. Hazel and Augustus start talking together when they meet each other while at the cancer support center. The two teenage cancer patients go on an life admiring journey.


The Fault In Our Stars | Official Trailer [HD] | 20th Century FOX

Pandora

Pandora

Pandora is a free personalized internet radio. Simply enter your favorite artist, track, comedian or genre, and the Pandora app will create a personalized radio that plays the artist songs and songs related to the artist. You rate the songs by giving a thumbs up or down to give back feedback and refine your stations. Pandora will also discover new music and play only music you love. Pandora is powered by the most compressive analysis of music. The music genome project: a project started over ten years ago to capture the complex musical DNA of songs using a large team of highly-trained musicians.

Pandora is always a free app, with the option to pay extra for additional features.
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