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Lately, I heard the news on TV/radio regarding how SpongeBob show has ruined children's brains. I for one think that it is not SpongeBob's fault. I have seen the cartoon (though I am not a die-heart fan) a few times and I actually enjoyed it! I find him to be a loyal person. He tries his best to protect his boss's restaurant and the secret recipe. I also think he is very caring. He constantly looks after his friend, Patrick, and his little pet. He has demonstrated great friendship towards to Sandy. I think there is a lot to be learned from SpongeBob.
So, why is SpongeBob bad for your children? Maybe we should look at it another way, it's not SpongeBob is bad, it's more related to TV watching. Watching too much TV is bad. The rapid frame display on TV does slow down your brain. That's the problem. It's not SpongeBob is the problem.
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The other day, we went out to dinner. The waitress handed us a copy of the menu and we couldn't help to frown. I think people would have a lot issues with eating "explosion pork" and "spray of green onions."
What they really meant was stir fry pork with green onion. I guess someone didn't check the translation before it was printed!
What do you use? Do you use one space or two spaces after the period? When I was in school, the teacher couldn't stress enough that we had to use two space after the period when you finish writing a sentence and start to begin another. Now, I just read this article that completely toppled that which completely shocks me.
Read it for yourself: