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Friday, August 4th, 2018.

Today is the public unveiling of Mario Cart in VR. I've heard the more sick you get from a game made for Virtual Reality the better the game. I don't know from personal experience. I've never played any VR game before. Most people I've talked to who have played VR has said they're way better at it. Easier to play in general is a common theme. I'll get back to you in the future if I can find out where locally they're letting people test run the Mario Cart game in VR. I would agree to vomit for a chance to play.





Thursday, July 26th, 2018.

I'm glad I don't drink red wine. I might be glowing right now. The experts have declared that some red wine made between 2009 and 2012 could have been contaminated from the nuclear leaks in Japan during that time period. French nuclear physicists noticed the particles after testing 18 bottle of rose and cabernet sauvignon. The levels were lower in the rose wines then in the red wines. Imagine, "Hey honey, let's drink some wine, it's good for you and it will help us live longer". They did say the levels were extremely low but I'm staying away from drinking any of that stuff. The California Department of Public Health said in their statement, "There were no health and safety concerns to California residents". That is of course, until they go walking out in the night time. "WHAT IS THAT GLOW," someone says while walking on the other side of the street.





Tuesday, July 10th, 2018.

A 12 student youth soccer team and their coach had been trapped for more than two weeks in a cave in Thailand. I was scared for them. I am so happy to announce, "They Have Been Saved". All 12 boys have been rescued with the coach and are being carefully treated at the hospital. It took 19 divers, 3 navy seals, and a doctor to complete the tasks. There was over 1,000 people also involved and also many more volunteers. We do want to mention that 1 of the Volunteers did lose their life during the recue effort. He became unconscious while swimming under water. Their determination to rescue the coach and his team was unwavering. These people were willing to risk their own lives and itís a miracle that they were successful. The coach deserves a lot of credit for being able to keep his team calm and under control. His studies to become a monk with their mediation methods came in handy. The coach of the soccer team is truly what you call a hero under pressure. When I found out today they all made it out, I couldn't wait to write this article.





Monday, July 2nd, 2018.

On the last day of 2017, a record 68.5 million people were forcibly displaced from their homes. That's the most ever in 1 year. Imagine, the total population of Texas is only 28.3 million. That means over twice as many people were displaced from their homes last year then the entire population of Texas, plus. All of the people displaced (2/3) mostly come from 5 different countries. Syria is first on that list followed by Afghanistan,  South Sudan, Myanmar and Somalia. To solve this crisis there has to be a peace agreement made among these countries different factions. Most all of the countries listed are under Civil War or some sort of war distress. Right now, all hosting of these refugees is being done by developing countries. That means the refugees in general have better living conditions then they had in their home countries. But, over 90% of the refugees want to return to their home countries when the conflicts have been resolved.








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