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From my class--Were I to talk to President Obama

Were I to talk to the President on one of the top issues of the country today, and choose an issue I think he can relate with personally–and then present a solution, I might say this within 2-3 minutes: 598 more words

Mr President, open your eyes.

Dear Mr President,

I live in Johannesburg, without a doubt, a first class African city. Sadly that standard of living is not as high in other parts of the country. 968 more words

South Africa

Zuma fights back - “pay back the money” asked and answered!

He added that whenever Parliament requested him to come to Parliament, he made time.

“I’ve never refused. I was standing here (on August 21) having not refused, having not dodged to answer questions in Parliament as you have been saying, up to that day I’ve never. 78 more words

President Jacob Zuma answers questions in National Assembly, 11 March

President Jacob Zuma will be in the National Assembly Chamber on Wednesday, 11 March 2015 for oral replies to questions by Members of Parliament.

Details are as follows: 53 more words

Why is the president called Mr. President, when both Mr. and President, are titles? Isn't it like calling a doctor "Mr. Doctor"?

Answer by Mike Mendis:

Your observation is absolutely correct. It highlights the fact that there are many aspects of English that are not logical or rational. 249 more words

Language

Day 127: Meeting Your Heroes

It is an exciting day indeed when you finally come face to face with one of your heroes.

For so long you have dreamed of this moment….and then all of a sudden they are standing right in front of you in the feathers! 124 more words

Shannon Cutts

Meet Teddy

My partner, Orestes, and I adopted a puppy in mid-January. Although we have been talking about adopting a pup and casually looking through adoption websites for months, this adoption was spur of the moment. 206 more words

Teddy Roosevelt