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Romeo and Juliet
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Romeo and Juliet found died . Friar lawrence tell us the truth explaining how all of this happened. Juliet was suppose to marry Paris but she did not love him. She loved Romeo. Romeo is a montague. Which we all know that the montagues and the Capulets are enemies! But young Romeo did not care that Juliet was a capulet. He was so inlove with her that they both decided to get married secretly. Friar lawrence has said that he was the one responsible to marry Romeo and Juliet. But Romeo was banished from verona Itlay that same day. The capulets not knowing that Juliet is married to Romeo tell her that she is getting married on thursday with Paris! Juliet did not want to marry Paris so she takes a sleeping portion to act as if she was died! Instead of her weeding day became her funeral! But Romeo never found out it was all an act so he went to Juliets tomb laid beside her and died by a death portion. They were found died this evening. Along with Paris who got in a fight with Romeo before Dieing. Romeo Juliet ans Paris will be missed.
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Can You Live With the Voices in Your Head?
Angelo, a London-born scientist in his early 30s with sandy brown hair, round wire-frame glasses and a slight, unobtrusive stammer, vividly recalls the day he began to hear voices. It was Jan. 7, 2001, and he had recently passed his Ph.D. oral exams in chemistry at an American university, where, for the previous four and a half years, he conducted research into infrared electromagnetism. Angelo was walking home from the laboratory when, all of a sudden, he heard two voices in his head. “It was like hearing thoughts in my mind that were not mine,” he explained recently. “They identified themselves as Andrew and Oliver, two angels. In my mind’s eye, I could see an image of a bald, middle-aged man dressed in white against a white background. This, I was told, was Oliver.” What the angels said, to Angelo’s horror, was that in the coming days, he would die of a brain hemorrhage. Terrified, Angelo hurried home and locked himself into his apartment. For three long days he waited out his fate, at which time his supervisor drove him to a local hospital, where Angelo was admitted to the psychiatric ward. It was his first time under psychiatric care. He had never heard voices before. His diagnosis was schizophrenia with depressive overtones. Enlarge This Image Photomontage by Suellen Parker Angelo remembers his time at the hospital as the deepening of a nightmare. On top of his natural confusion and fear over the shattering of his psychological stability, Angelo did not react well to the antipsychotic he’d been prescribed, risperidone, which is meant to alleviate the symptoms of schizophrenia by reducing the level of dopamine in the brain. In Angelo’s case, the pills had a predominantly negative effect. His voices remained strong and disturbing — an unshakable presence, quiet only in sleep — while he grew sluggish and enervated. “If you think of the mind as a flowing river of thoughts,” he told me in an e-mail message, “the drug made my mind feel like a slow-moving river of treacle.” Several days into his stay, Angelo’s parents flew to the United States from London and took him back home. More than six years later, Angelo still lives at his parents’ house. He currently takes a cocktail of antidepressants and antipsychotics, with tolerable side effects, and sees a psychologist every two months to monitor his medication. The pills help Angelo to manage his voices, but they have not been able to eradicate them. Shortly after his return to London, he made an attempt to resume his career, accepting a research position at the university where he had received his undergraduate degree. He lasted eight months (his neighbors heard him screaming at his voices and called the police), checked himself into the hospital for six weeks and returned home. Despite these setbacks, Angelo has maintained his optimism. He is eager to discover new ways to combat his voices. Not long ago, he found one. In November, his psychologist informed him of a local support group for people who hear voices, from which he thought Angelo might benefit. Angelo began to attend the group late last year. I first met Angelo at a meeting of the group in mid-January. (I was given permission to sit in on the condition that I not divulge the participants’ last names.) The meeting took place in the bright, cheerfully decorated back room of a community mental-health center in North Finchley, an affluent, grassy suburb in the northern reaches of London. The gathering was small but eclectic. In addition to the group’s facilitators — Jo Kutchinsky, an occupational therapist, and Liana Kaiser, a social-work student — five men and women assembled in a circle of bulky wool-knit chairs around a worn coffee table. Besides Angelo, there was Stewart, a young, working-class Londoner with a shaved head and a hoop earring; Jenny, an affable woman in her 50s who spoke of her fondness for arts and crafts; Michelle, a heavyset woman who dominated the session with her forceful opinions; and David, a 60-something man with a thick gray beard and a pageboy haircut who slumped in his seat and dozed throughout much of the meeting. Angelo was the newest member of this group — it was his third visit — and he did not seem inclined to participate fully. When Kutchinsky opened the meeting by asking each member to discuss the previous week’s experience hearing voices, he softly mentioned that his voices made it difficult to read, then quickly ceded the floor. What followed was sometimes painful. Stewart in particular was visibly agitated. His hallucinatory life, as he described it, was chaotic and irrepressible. He heard voices pleading to him for help; he heard the voices of strangers; he heard the voice of his father. Sometimes he heard the voices of military commandos, who offered to defend him against this confusion. “I haven’t been well for a long time,” he said glumly. Yet most of the members spoke of their voices in the way that comedians speak of mothers-in-law: burdensome and irritating, but an inescapable part of life that you might as well learn to deal with. When David’s name was called, he lifted his head and discussed his struggle to accept his voices as part of his consciousness. “I’ve learned over time that my voices can’t be rejected,” he said. “No matter what I do, they won’t go away. I have to find a way to live with them.” Jenny discussed how keeping busy quieted her voices; she seemed to have taken a remarkable number of adult-education courses. Michelle expressed her belief that her voices were nothing more exotic than powerfully negative thoughts. “Negative thoughts are universal,” she said. “Everyone has them. Everyone. What matters is how you cope with them: that’s what counts.”
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Can you count how many fridges you own? I have recently met a man that would take out the world record for the most working fridges. George Farei from the village of Koorawatha has over fifty fridges that he has found over the past twenty years. "My last job was at the local tip," George Farei said, "I was in charge of the recycling." George was very surprised at the amount of working fridges that were dropped off every week. He could not understand why people were throwing them out. A fellow employee quoted, "Every lunchtime there would be no sight of George and we all thought he had kept working to get up extra hours for the day." "We all eventually figured out he was looking at the fridges that kept coming in," said the fellow employee. Over the years George has collected many different brands of refrigerators. However, the Hitachi brand is the most popular in his yard.
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Local Glendora Team Ca Rage Gold captures the AFA Softball National Championship Ca Rage 18 Gold from Glendora captured the AFA western National Championship yesterday after competing in 105 degree heat in six consecutive games. It was an incredible team effort overcoming heat and exhaustion. To get to the Championship game they had to first get by the Rebels a team they had lost to twice during the tournament. Pitcher Belinda Renee did an outstanding job in the circle, holding the Rebels to only one run. Down by one ,with bases loaded and two outs in the third inning. Breanna Duran fouls off two balls from the left side of the plate, calls time switches to the right , and takes the next pitch down right field line scoring Taylor Augino and Monique Villasenor. Giving Ca Rage Gold a 2-1 victory over the Rebels. The Championship game against the Vipers proves to be equally exciting with Freshmen Vanessa Frossine in the circle giving up only two runs. Down by two in the fourth inning Monique Villasenor scores one to tie it up and Breanna Duran drives in two giving Ca Rage Gold the go ahead run. Emily Viggers scores one in the fifth to give Ca Rage Gold the 4-2 lead. Chelsea Davidson closes the game coming in with base loaded holding the Vipers to the two runs and striking out the final batter giving Ca Rage Gold the National Championship Title.Jim Guido who has ran the Ca Rage Gold organization for 29 years alongside coaches Joel Curtis, Mike Duran and Jeff Augino gave the girls all the credit for the win but coaching definetely came in to play providing key outs in the Championship game when the coaching staff disputed a call, when a base runner left the bag early providing a key out to end the fourth inning and ending a Viper scoring Opportunity.
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