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Star and Planets Crossword Puzzle

Star and Planets Crossword Puzzle

Think you know all about space? We've created this Star and Planets Crossword Puzzle to test your knowledge!... read more
Famous Places Crossword Puzzle

Famous Places Crossword Puzzle

Think you know all about the world? We've created this Famous Places Crossword Puzzle to test your knowledge... read more
School Subjects Crossword Puzzle

School Subjects Crossword Puzzle

Think you know all about School? We've created this School Subjects Crossword Puzzle to test your knowledge on your school!... read more
Online Safety Crossword Puzzle

Online Safety Crossword Puzzle

Think you know all about being safe online? We've created this Online Safety Crossword Puzzle to test your knowledge of the web and how to be safe onl... read more
Martin Luther King Jr. Crossword Puzzle

Martin Luther King Jr. Crossword Puzzle

Martin Luther King Jr. was a human rights activist and has gone down in American history as a hero for his part in the African-American Civil Rights M... read more
Jan 09, 2015 | 14 comments
Kidzworld's Holiday Gift Guide 2013

Kidzworld's Holiday Gift Guide 2013

The holidays are finally here, and part of getting into the spirit of the season is going on the hunt for the perfect presents - even for the pickiest... read more
Dec 02, 2013 | 35 comments
Andi Unexpected: Book Review

Andi Unexpected: Book Review

Andi Unexpected by Amanda Flower is the first book in a new middle-grade mystery series following 12-year-old Andi Boggs as she solves a family tree m... read more
Oct 28, 2013 | 6 comments
Warner Bros. and Habitat For Humanity Partner for The Wizard of Oz 75th Anniversary

Warner Bros. & Habitat For Humanity Partner for The Wizard of Oz 75th Anniversary

Warner Bros. and Habitat for Humanity have started the campaign “There’s No Place Like Home.” The campaign will feature several themed initiatives and... read more
Sep 13, 2013 | 12 comments
12 Dos and Don'ts for Stopping Bullying

12 Dos and Don'ts for Stopping Bullying

Signe Whitson exposes the 12 Dos and Don'ts for Stopping Bullying.... read more
Sep 12, 2013 | 41 comments
DIY: How to Make a Collage

DIY: How to Make a Collage

The best thing about making a collage is that there are no rules! All you need is some craft glue, paper and photos and you're good to go!... read more
Sep 03, 2013 | 48 comments
History of the Eiffel Tower

History of the Eiffel Tower

You may know the Eiffel Tower as one of the most famous manmade monuments in the world, and you’d be absolutely right! Read on to learn about the hist... read more
Aug 26, 2013 | 33 comments
How to Make Friends at School

How to Make Friends at School

Making friends at school can be scary. Here are some tips to help get you started for the new school year!... read more
Aug 23, 2013 | 119 comments
Road Trip Checklist

Road Trip Checklist

Road trips are a fun and exciting way to travel - you feel free as a bird, follow your own schedules, and stop at sights and restaurants whenever you ... read more
Jul 03, 2015 | 12 comments
Book Review: Timmy Failure #1: Mistakes Were Made

Book Review: Timmy Failure #1: Mistakes Were Made

In the style of Diary of a Wimpy Kid, Timmy Failure: Mistakes Were Made by Stephan Pastis follows a kid detective with a polar bear business partner. ... read more
Aug 19, 2013 | 5 comments
All About Floods

All About Floods

Every year millions of people around the world have their lives affected by floods. Learn all about the most widespread natural disaster apart from wi... read more
Aug 17, 2013 | 56 comments

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LadyRainicorn
"Alois_Trancy_" wrote:They are both forms of love. Yes and no. Hate can be a form of love when talking about kismesissitude, but there is such a thing as regular hate too that is entirely unrelated to a romantic relationship .
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Masterzero4
Masterzero4 posted in Debating:
I believe that it should be tested on animals, before tested out on humans. There are some things that we would not want to test on humans...I can see them having lab rats, but lab humans? There are some things that just don't sound right when put together in a sentence.  It's also a matter of what the public sees fit. The public might see testing out possibly dangerous chemicals and such on humans as inhumane, but if we did it on lets's say a mouse, then it's perfectly okay. I can see why some of you might be upset by scientists testing out dangerous things on animals, but let's think. Would we rather have animals like rats being tested on, or humans?  
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Maleficnet192
Maleficnet192 posted in Debating:
no they shouldn't. I think it  is animal cruelty and should be against the law .
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AgentC308
AgentC308 posted in Debating:
My answer to the cat/human thing would be to untie the cat and let it go over that rail! Then I would untie the human of course...   :blush
reply about 4 hours

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