This video was about the Terrorist attack in Manchester at the Ariana Grande concert. 22 people were killed. Many people were injured. Authorities say that the person who caused the explosion died but they are still investigating. I know understand that there was an attack in Manchester. Why did the person set off a bomb? Is Australia trying to help Manchester deal with it?
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There I sat, casually eating my burger as I felt something tap my head. I turned around, but nobody was there. I continued to eat my burger when I felt something tap my head again, I turned around quickly and this time saw two paper hands sticking out from the wall, I started to stare at it but before I could take a bite from my burger I realised that the hands had already taken it. I started to notice a head than a arm and then a leg come out of the wall as a fully grown man walked out from it.
This BTN was about how we throw out a lot of rubbish and if there is any way that we can not throw out as much. Every year we throw out approximately 50 million tonnes of waste which is about 2 tonnes per person. Most waste can either be reused or recycled. Some schools are working on not using as much rubbish in their schools and using more things that can be put in recycle and compost. I now understand that there is a lot of rubbish and we need to find a way to not throw out as much. Why do people throw out so many things? Is there any way people can not throw out as much?
I stared wide eyed the bright orange water with confusion, wondering how it could look like that. I took a step forward to take a better look at the orange water when the biggest crocodile leaped out of the water. I jumped back and almost collapsed in horror. The crocodile slowly went back into the water grumbling as it did. I sighed in relief and stood up. I walked up to a deep hole and saw more orange water within, what is this, I thought and kept on walking. I walked back to the car and jumped in, then drove away in awe.
This BTN was about how people are not wearing most of their clothes, then throwing them out and how that affects our environment. Australia is the 2nd biggest fashion consumer in the world. Everyone buys an average of 27kg of clothes and other textiles in one year. Most clothes are often made in countries like China where people are paid very little amounts. Most of the clothes people throw out goes to land field which pollutes our country. I now understand that throwing out clothes impacts our environment badly. Why don’t people just give their dirty clothes to 2nd hand clothes stores? Why do people buy clothes that they don’t need/wear?
This BTN was about the battle of the coral sea and how it impacted a lot of people. In 1942 in the middle of ww2 when Australia needed some help, they called over America but a few months earlier japan bombed America in Hawaii which brought them into the war. Japan wanted to take over most countries around the whole pacific region and decided to get to some of them through the coral sea. But some people found out that they were going to do that so went out to intercept japan. I now know that the battle of the coral sea left a big mark in history. Why did Japan want to take over? How many people were killed?
The best day of my life…. mmmmm, difficult question… judging from the fact that I barely have any good days in my life. I’m home schooled so all I do all day is stay at home. Which might be cool to some people who don’t know what it feels like , but it’s not cool to people who have to go through with it. Well, probobly the best day that i’ve experiened was when my teacher who came in was sick… so I didn’t learn anything that day. But if you think that being home schooled is a good thing… it’s not… TRUST ME!