Breakfast is the most important metal of the day

Many adults think that by not eating breakfast they’re going to lose mass, or by not giving breakfast to their children they will perform better at school, as they’re not hyperventilated by sugars, but it has been proven otherwise.

Breakfast provides all the energy you need throughout the day, with lunch and dinner just being there to help reach the daily energy requirements for a healthy diet and stable health. By eating breakfast, you will not be as hungry throughout the day. Some people think that if you do not eat breakfast, you’ll lose weight, but science has proven this statement incorrect, if you do not eat breakfast, your weight will start to go up as your body has to conserve more fat to give you enough energy throughout the day.

The article “Breakfast Habits, Nutritional Status, Body Weight, and Academic Performance in Children and Adolescents” written by Gail C. Rampersaud MS, RD, Mark A. Pereira PhD, Beverly L. Girard MBA, MS, RD, Judi Adams MS, RD & Jordan D. Metzi MD published in May, 2005 has proven the above statements correct, 47 studies that included body weight, academic perfomance and nutritional adequancy have proved that skipping breakfast is not healthy, and that children that eat breakfast have an overall better health profile, and also consumed more calories, yet, had a lesser tendency to be overweight. It also improves cognitive functions related to memory, test grades, and school attendance. 

With that out of the way, we can arrive to the conclusion that breakfast is the most important mesl of the day, being a pillar to our health and stability,


Crime and criminal description

Name of the criminal: Frank Abagnale

Type of crime: White Collar

Detective in charge: Joseph Shea

Victim: Air France

Date of crime: May, 1969

Place: France

Trial and sentencing: The trial lasted two days. He was sentenced to one year which was reduced to only half a year.


Birth (date and place): April 27, New York, United States

Family information: He was one out of four children and lived for sixteen years in The Bronx, NY. His parents separated when he was twelve and divorced when he was fourteen

Occupation: Security Consultant

Turning points in his life: His first con which was in the year 1963. It was done when his dad gave him a credit card to load gasoline, and he used it to buy tires, batteries, and other car related items and then asked for a refund in cash. His dad was charged $3,400, He was captured in France in the year 1969, and escaped prison in April, 1971.

Traces or signature they left at the crime scene: Frank was a smart man, he never left any traces and always blended in with his environment, though luck didn’t do him well.

How he was caught: A flight attendant for Air France which Frank had previously dated recognized him and informed the cops.

Conviction and death: Frank had twelve countries press charges against him for fraud and ask for his extradition, but after a two day trial, he was sentenced to a year worth of prison. He appealed and had his sentence reduced to six months. After being extradited to Sweden, he was pressed charges against for forgery, and was charged another six months. He was deported to the United States where he was sentenced to twelve years for forgery, but he escaped when he had served somewhere around six years. Frank is still alive.

Description of physical elements: Frank was an average sized with a regular build. He used to be black haired and had a somewhat ‘big’, per se, face. He was always dressed in order to fit in his environment, be it a plane, a shop, or an armored guard service.

Description of psychological elements: He was a smart man who knew how to exploit peoples personalities and their feelings in order to take advantage of them. He was also really witty, and knew his way around most situations normal people wouldn’t be able to handle.

Detective’s Biography Birth (place and date): Nottingham, 1943

Traces they found at crime scenes: None, the arrest was done because of a flight attendant’s report.

How they caught the criminals: The detective himself didn’t catch Frank the first time, as he was deported from Sweden to the United States, where he was imprisoned.

Setting (time, date, description): Paris, France. April, 1969, around noon.

Characters: Joseph Shea and Frank Abagnale Jr. There’s also a guard which takes Frank out of the room after punching Joseph.

Plot: Joseph is interviewing Frank in order to obtain critical information for the case he is currently investigating, but, will Frank give him what he wants?

Characterization: Joseph is your stereotypical detective, fedora-wearing guy with rolled sleeves, while Frank is your stereotypical white collar criminal, always looking sharp and well dressed.

Special Effects to Insert: Fade to Black & White when Joseph puts on his fedora, and sound effects when Joseph is punched.

Music: None will be used.


Detective: Haven’t see you around for a while. Where have you been?

Frank: You don’t need to know. I want to know why I’m here. I’ve been a free man for years.

Detective: What other crimes have you committed?
Frank: I told you everything already, I’m clean.
Detective: There’s always some dirt. Where is it?
Frank: Well, I did commit forgery and check fraud, but you knew about that already.
Detective: Wait? Check forgery? We didn’t know about that.
Frank: Yes, it’s what I did to fund my first few months, a few of my mates helped me.
Detective: Okay. Who helped you?
Frank: Why would I tell you? You would send him into prison.
Detective: No, we won’t. There’s a check forger out there and we need to catch him.
Frank: He’s a good friend of mine, unless you pay me a million dollars. Cash.
Detective: Really? Selling out a friend? Didn’t expect that from you.
Frank: Life’s tough. Are you willing to pay the fee or not?
Detective: Yes. What is his name?
Frank: Frank Gerrard.
Detective: Okay, do you know where he is?
Frank: Yes. He’s inside Norway.
Detective: Thanks. Do you want him to know you ratted him out?
Frank: No, I’ll be dead within weeks.
Detective: Okay. We need more information, what did he do?
Frank: Back in the day, he helped me forge checks and deposit them into Swiss accounts to launder money, haven’t talked to him for a while.
Detective: Okay. Do you know why he did it?
Frank: He was always low on money, so he decided to give me a hand.
Detective: I think we’ve got enough information to throw him into prison. Anything else you want to tell us?
Frank: He’s a bit crazy, takes irrational decisions from time to time.
Detective: Okay. Can you help us capture him? I’m pretty sure he’ll get away from us.
Frank: No, I have no intention on seeing him again. Thanks.
Detective: Thanks for your time, Frank. You’ve been great help.
                    Joseph Shea as portrayed in the movie ‘Catch me if You Can’

Vampire Diaries

Sunday, 31 October 2014

Time: 11:30pm

Dear Diary,

I’ve hunted for the last three nights, to no avail. I’ve been sleeping in the wet for the all these nights, I may been getting a cold. I haven’t been able to catch a good prey, only a few cold-blooded animals, so not many proteins for me so far.

Some weird things have happened, and a mistake had been made by me, I heard sounds and I walked towards them, which was a big error. When I arrived there, horrific things were seen by me, a slimy monster was there, looking at me, staring at me with it’s big, red eyes. At first, I was scared, but then I realized “bruh, I’m a goddamn vampire” so I went and tackled the scary monster, just to find that it was a tree. My head hurts and so does my back. I’m never tackling a monster again. The leaves of the tree were taken by me so I could have some dinner, as these bloody mortals weren’t coming out. I waited for a mortal to come out, and surely, one did. I ran to him with my fangs ready to bite, and so I did. The warm, cozy feeling of his blood running through my throat made me feel better, his blood didn’t taste too good, but it was something, a sweet taste with a bitter aftertaste, not the best I had, but it did the trick.
I continued to see scary monsters, most of these which were trees or bushes, but last night, I saw what I thought was impossible – my idol, Dracula. He was there, standing straight, staring at me with his fangs out, he was ready to attack, I’m not sure if he knew I was a vampire, but he attacked me, he bit me right on the jugular, that rat bastard, I bled, but as a vampire, I just drinked my blood, why? you may ask, because it’s pretty good, tasted sweet with no aftertaste, a really sweet taste struck my tongue, and it was pretty good.
After that night, I haven’t seen anything weird. It’s been a pretty good hunting season.


Informal Letter

811 7th Avenue 53rd Street
New York, NY
United States
23rd of March, 2015

Dear John,

I’m writing this letter to know how you’ve been doing, it’s been long since we last talked and I think we really need to catch up.
It’s been a long time since you’ve been here, I think you should come here so we can hang out, like in the ol’ times. Everything here has been okay so far, we still miss you, though. I’ve been reading some really good books, you should really read the book “22/11/63” which is written by Stephen King, it’s a really good read, it’s a pretty long book, worth it, though.
We’ve been going through some complicated classes in School, mostly Physics & Chemistry.
It’s been pretty boring not having you live here anymore, hanging out with friends has never been the same since you left to live with the obnoxiously annoying British people.
How have the obnoxiously annoying British people been treating you?
I hope you’re going to come live here some time soon.



Wacky Festivals

1) Holi
2) Cheese Rolling
3) Toe Wrestling

Reading Comprehension
1) Cheese Rolling
2) Roll
3) Holi
4) Throw
5) Toe Wrestling
6) Wrestle
7) Lock

Challenging Activities
1) Celebrate
2) Win
3) Participate
4) Participate
5) My favorite event is 2.
6) It seems really fun to roll a cheese.




Max: Hallo

Benja: Hallo

Max: What are your hobbies?

Benja: Sleeping and eating.

Max: Cool

Benja: And yours?

Max: Listening to music and reading

Benja: No waay! What kind of music you like?

Max: Heavy Metal and Electronic

Benja: Me too!

Max: Cool

Benja: Yeah

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