Week 12

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English Bulldog

It usually gets along well with other animals, is particularly fond of children, and does best indoors. The Bulldog was bred in the early 13th Century. The short muzzle and wide lower jaw were needed for the dog to clamp itself to the bull’s nose like a vise.  The last of the working Bulldogs in England were crossed with Pug Dogs to create a stocky, docile, family pet-known today as the English Bulldog.

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Week 12

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How Do People Respond to Someone Who’s Depressed?

People may respond with love, kindness, or support, hoping that the sadness will soon pass. Not everyone recognizes depression when it happens to someone they know. Some people don’t really understand about depression. Some people mistakenly believe that depression is just an attitude or a mood that a person can shake off. Sometimes even people who are depressed don’t take their condition seriously enough.

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Week 11

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Broken Foot

A broken foot is very common. There are more than two dozen bones in each foot. Bones take a pounding every time you walk across a room. There are different seriousness leaves of having a broken foot. There are many different types of fractures, and they can rang from a tiny crack in the bone to a shattering breaks that pierce your skin.

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Why Does Pizza Taste So Good?

Humans discern four types of taste: saltiness, sourness, sweetness and bitterness. Before this, it was thought that fat did not have a specific taste, but rather provided texture in food. Richard Mattes, professor of foods and nutrition at Purdue proved differently. He proved that humans can taste fat that’s why fatty foods taste so much better than fat-free foods. Eat what tastes good to you.

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What Is The Most Random Question To Ask Someone?

One of the best ways of getting out of some thing is to ask a random question. The more random and irrelevant the question the better you can get out of doing something. Random questions can always help people out of almost anything. The most random question, then, is one that relates to a subject that is least likely to be in the person’s mind at that precise. moment in time.

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Men Smarter than Women, Scientist Claims

Men are smarter than women, according to a controversial new study. For 100 years there’s been a consensus among psychologists that there is no sex difference in intelligence. The study g-factor is also study at the University of Western Ontario, and is detailed in the current issue of the journal Intelligence. Recent studies, however, have raised questions about the validity of this claim

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California Proposition 19, the Marijuana Legalization Initiative (2010)

Proposition 19 will legalize various marijuana-related activities, allow local governments to regulate these activities. It also permits local governments to impose and collect marijuana-related fees and taxes and authorize various criminal and civil penalties. Proposition 19 is a California ballot proposition which is on the November 2, 2010 California statewide ballot as an initiated state statute. It would take effect the day after the election. 11 California cities have local ballot measures on their November 2 ballot that would allow them to tax recreational marijuana if Proposition 19 passes.

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