So how did this amalgamate make it into the news? Manipulation? Deception? Blackmail?
No. He just got into a scholarship program about leadership and was chosen for an interview. Yeah, I know. Big whoop, ay?
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One day I was at home on my computer. The day after, I walked eight kilometres with a canoe that probably won’t float…
I had some “Community Worksheet” that i’m filling out, so like I did two years ago, I borrowed my dad’s camera and took some… no, not some, TONS of photos. Like, if we printed them all and stacked them we could make a tower to the moon!
So I’ll save you all some time by showing you only four of them:
We speak for the bike paths, because they can’t do it themselves.
Geelong Council would like to hear what YOU think about cycling and new bike paths in our city – before Friday 16 February!! Go to www.geelongaustralia.com.au/yoursay
More about cycling in Geelong
Facts about bike friendly cities: www.bikemunk.com/bike-friendly-cities
Xmas gift to my grandparents in Denmark
If we want people to be healthy, where are the bike paths? Because I don’t like riding on the road in between cars and I think a lot of Australians my age feel that way!
More than 150 people commented on the video clip on Facebook. What do you think?
Mirah Ha wrote: “Greg Hunt totally ignored his question! They make it illegal to ride on footpaths and force kids on the street with bikes, no other country does this.”
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Before we went in to Melbourne to the ABC Studios, my dad and I posted this on Facebook: