OVER and over the voices in his head repeated their evil instructions. Finally he could no longer resist the voices and attacked the first human being he could find – his own four-year-old daughter . . .
HE STABBED HER IN THE NECK AND DRANK HER BLOOD LIKE A WILD ANIMAL!
The 27-year-old father told cops he had heard the voices for weeks. “Drink blood, drink blood,” the voices told him. He was in his rented shack in Ivory Park, Tembisa, Ekurhuleni, with his wife and his daughter when, it seems, he could no longer resist. Read more…
An 11-year-old aspiring physicist and “Star Wars” fan has become the youngest student ever in the history of Texas Christian University.
Carson Huey-Yu graduated in May as a co-valedictorian from the Accommodated Learning
Academy in Grapevine when he was still 10, the Fort Worth Star Telegram reported.
His mother drives him to TCU in Fort Worth from their home in Southlake after dropping his younger brother at school and then spends the day on campus with him. Claretta Huey-Yu said her son, still less than 5 feet tall, needs help with his backpack. “It weighs more than he does,” she said. Read more…
1. What took you so long?
2. Do you even know what day it is today?
3. Don’t you think it’s your turn to wash the dishes?
4. Do you know what you do that really irritates me?
5. Have you even looked in the mirror today?
6. You know what gets me about your mother?
7. When last did we have sex?
8. Did you see what your son did?
9. You didn’t forget to pay that account did you?
10. Why are we having chicken again?
1. Africa is A Country
Let’s clear this up first and foremost, Africa is not a country.
People often refer to “Africa” as if it is a country rather than a continent. Well, it is a continent and home to 54 independent, unique countries with South Sudan being the latest addition in July 2011. Each country has its own currency, flag, anthem, history, cuisine, music, identity and blend of cultures. In fact more than 2000 languages are spoken in Africa, and its 1 billion inhabitants are made up of over 3000 distinct ethnic groups. Africa is also bigger than most people think it is, even if they know it covers 30,221,000 sq. km (11,679,000 sq. miles). If you combine the USA, China, India, Europe and Japan – they all fit into Africa. In fact the USA fits into the African continent three times! More Africa Facts… Read more…