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My diet included huge portions of kampong free range chicken soup cooked with bitter herbs and spices. I wasnt convinced by the taste, though which was a shame since I was expected to eat it twice a day.

As the days went by and I listened to the clucking of an ever-decreasing number of chickens, my thoughts often turned to veganism. The afternoons were spent sitting by a charcoal-lit fire prepared by my father, which burned with very pungent incense. It is believed that inhaling the smoke can kill bad germs while the heat is good for the body.

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The days crept by, and so did the unceasing cycle of nappy changes, nursing, rocking and cuddling my little man. It became a lot to handle and I felt overwhelmed. Pratheip, who is with the armed forces, had only limited paternity leave, much to my frustration. If I wasnt grumbling to him about Mothers seemingly absurd dos and donts, I was weepy. I felt utterly helpless. Pratheip couldnt have been more empathetic but he, too, was struggling to get a grip on parenthood.

When I was about halfway through my confinement period, I mustered enough courage to seek Mothers permission to go to the hair salon.

This particular rule of not venturing outside drove me to the brink of insanity. I felt a wave of relief as I embraced my freedom. But as I sat on the plush salon chair, waiting for the hairdresser, I was suddenly overcome with anxiety. What if my son was awake? What if he was crying his heart out for his mummy? I rose abruptly, muttered my apologies and left. When I got home, my father glanced at me, saw the state of my hair, and mumbled in disapproval about how hair salons did such a bad job nowadays yet we still had to pay for the service.

I hurried to my sons crib, only to find him sleeping serenely. Overwhelmed, I crumpled into quiet sobs.

Motherhood wasnt supposed to be like this.

Why was I not enjoying it? Days later, I was adjusting my sarong when Mother came in with a pile of folded nappies. We all hated her. Somehow How? In fact. So forgive yourself for being forgiving — and also a bit compulsively early. Feels good! And remember: I told a friend who told everyone else. We produce up to words a minute. With practice slowing down and hyper-articulating every syllable.

If so. But if this feels like it applies to you. This can be done by having the patient listen to a sentence spoken at a normal rate on a tape and then repeat the same sentence. So next time. When you see something similar and you have kept yourself from crying about the original event for so long.

Now all I have to do to get groceries is drive across the street! This explains why speech blunders often occur among those who speak a lot.

Georgiou suggests seeing a speech therapist. Mr Malaprop. But no matter what. Speech is a complex and rapid process. After her husband is murdered.

Rich Evans runs for the door. The customer crosses behind the counter and pulls a gun. Rich Evans. The woman throws herself in front of three tiny figures. The gunman shoots and follows. A customer enters the small takeaway restaurant and places an order at the counter.

The owner. As the woman wept. Police had broken a window to get Ao and her children into the house the night before. Even with keys. Like everyone else. What am I supposed to do with this experience? But when McDonald asked Jimmy what grade he was in. Ao looked baffled. Handling money was alien. Rich made all the calls. Among those who showed up was Lisa McDonald. But it soon became apparent that the family functioned in a way that was … different. McDonald turned her attention to the kids — solemn eight-year-old Jimmy.

When Madison gave her an envelope of cash hastily collected that morning. Looking back on that grim evening. The shattered woman who opened the door let them in and answered their questions. And then there was this: Margot Madison was one of the onlookers who had been drawn by the commotion. Rich did the shopping.

The children were well cared for and obviously bright.

She went to Ao. He agreed to enrol present predicament may have had to the children and found a sponsor to do with another death. Ao — with Zoey. Attorney Matt Wagner took nity council president. It turns out. The news sister. One neighbour bought Ao a mobile phone and taught her how to use it. Dawn Murray. Volunteers went through the house. Wan Lindquist. Ao said that Rich had a flood in her home province in southpaid a lawyer in San Francisco to take ern Thailand.

And also on Facebook. Ao knows that some people are critical of the things Rich did — how do you not give your wife a house key? Ao is always thanking someone for something — a visit.

With boxing. He was intrigued by how this small woman ended up in such a brutal sport. Rich loved to take them all out to eat. Yet Rich remains a mystery. He seemed to understand the deep pain behind her silences. Belittled for talking like a baby. If their clannishness was ever a problem. But they had each other. Doris Lanphear. Last November. They became friends. In his own way. The one bright spot in her days was Thai kickboxing.

Rich Evans was trying to be an outstanding husband and father. Summer evenings.

Often when she posts her gratitude. By In this working-class neighbourhood. Abandoned by their mother as toddlers and raised by a corrosive grandmother and an alcoholic father.

His sister. Or maybe they recognise it for what it is: Margot Madison says. Submissions must reach us by August But they are alive and living in this world. Jim Emig. And everyone feels honoured to get that gift. As people eat and talk.

JUNE Seeing the festivities. I must have made some horrible sounds on that piano. But what kind. The messages all come down to this: See page 6 for how to submit.

Ao hands out curry she made. Ao could do some catering. Also — why was I taking piano lessons when we did not own a piano?

Everyone has a chance to say something about the man so few of them knew. But then. Then the picnic baskets come out. And how many kids were terrified of those sinister Winged Monkeys? The Wicked Witch of the West cackling.

Decades later. As a minor. MGM spread the story that. Frank Baum wrote 14 novels and six short stories about her adventures.

The Great and Powerful and Dorothy of Oz were based on these books. Recent movies such as Oz. Frank Baum. Learn more about these replica books at OriginalOz. The latter starred Oliver Hardy as the character then called the Woodsman.

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When MGM realised it would affect the whole plot. Wizard of Oz collectors are always searching for vintage novelties. The largest. The set featured Dorothy. In good condition. It originally sold for 25 cents. In good condition without tears or stains. See how much these antiques cost today: In excellent condition with original clothing.

One was blogging to help cancer survivors like herself. She was only The mass was so small. Then one day. The following week was a blur of tests and scans. Valerie documented her. The cancer had already spread to her left arm. CatsNotCancer quickly gained more than followers on Tumblr.

Valerie began to blog about her battle with cancer. Valerie received a note from Beth via Tumblr that read. And if she did live. It was an accomplishment to put up a blog post during the day.

The year-old from Wisconsin. HER2positive invasive ductal carcinoma — an aggressive form of breast cancer that requires chemotherapy to treat. Over the next year. She decided to call her Tumblr blog CatsNotCancer.

She wanted to keep her family informed about her treatment and. I am mortified: I just and urged her to call me. Like the whole thing is just lymphoma would not have the energy gross. I thought. He so gross sounding to me. She thing. Beth messaged again. Enter a Second Illness blah. Beth to contact her oncologist immediately. She urged Despite her growing suspicions. I could have gotten to study full-time. Her scepticism grew when phone calls.

It makes me also said that a patient with her type of so angry. Beth called in minutes. Beth wrote. Munchausen syndrome takes its name from an 18th-century German noble who satirically embellished tales of his military exploits and inspired a fictional character. And when those lies are exposed. If they fail in one effort.

And if someone does eventually doubt your story. Beth went ballistic. Our natural lie detectors are muted online.

Munchausen by Internet. What could be done? If and his internet-documented battle I did. Wright of the Warrior Eli Hoax Group. If shes there fir ever her messages and. Why would she want to hurt me In the process. I intend to lead a happy. It follows you for the rest of your been receiving from a troll who called life. Her blog want. Since then. So she filtered CatsNotCancer remains inactive. I eyed the couple opposite me. In China. Do I even like kids? It turned out to be more like a passion and I spent a year there teaching kindergarten and primary school kids.

And the soft milky taste was worth it. I braced myself in case they tried to throw it at me as a distraction. Then there was an interesting job ad for a small school in central Japan. It could be poison or. In Japan the well-built classrooms were warm enough for me to teach wearing shorts and a T. But I risked it. Catching the train in from the airport. When they pulled out a package I knew it was a trick. Who better to show you around town than one of your own students?

And no classroom was the same. Eighteen days later I landed in Nagoya International Airport. While working at a crappy job in Adelaide. They ate for a while and saw me staring so they offered me some. He told me it was from his hometown. In Russia I taught summer school and had no classroom at all. I occasionally surfed teacher websites. I quickly discovered. My first thought was that because Europe is a season ahead in fashion this was the latest look.

It was actually part of an ancient festival called Fasching and. Tiredness calmed my overactive imagination and I dozed. Now my mind turned every rustle into a prowling big cat full of murderous intent probably to get back at the rude human who had interrupted a moment of feline passion. I noticed a couple of people dressed as clowns. A Mayan astrology priest had probably sat in the same place years before and honed his knowledge of the galaxy.

I had three clowns. El Mirador. But his reassurance meant little that night as I cowered in my hammock under the Central American stars. I ended up having the most marvellous time and. I had no idea what was going on. When I finally got the courage to ask someone what was going on. Although we may have questioned why we had left a perfectly nice beach to come here. Sitting opposite me on the train was another clown having an animated conversation with a court jester.

Last week. The sky darkened and. Next day. Just before sunset we took our places at the top of the unexcavated temple mound. By the time I hit the streets after checking into my hotel most of the clown population in Frankfurt seemed to be rolling drunk.

We packed up our stuff and continued toward our destination. In the underground train station I saw two more clowns drinking from large bottles of beer.

When a rather intoxicated clown gave me a big bear hug I started to get a little freaked. It was no laughing matter. This made me laugh. Men lying in the street.

Everyone I knew had told me that my first few minutes would be terrifying. White wrote for the New Yorker. In the morning. I prepaid for a taxi at a booth and easily found my driver. When I finally ventured out in the streets. I found the airport all but deserted. All night outside my window there was the soft music of bicycle bells.

I heard female voices and rushed to the window to see three women in bright saris — fuchsia. They made it sound as if I would have to fight to keep hold of my luggage.

Again I was surprised — where were all the people? Mumbai at night was a city of men and dogs. It was five decades. In my carriage was one other person. Possession of freeworld magazines behind the Iron Curtain is discouraged by long sentences in slave-labour camps.

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Training working dogs was in his blood. He had been a farmer for a decade before he joined the police force. The dogs that made it had a natural ability and did the job for the love of it. He had spent some time with police dog handlers in the line of duty. Trevor applied. When a vacancy was advertised for the fledgling Dog Squad. If Trevor and Butch were tracking and a member of the public stepped in front of them. Sometimes their communicaButch home. Trevor called him off.

O n m o s t anyone but his handler. From the start. Butch was a shaped. He simply expected the dog stood down straight away. Sometimes their nothing stops the dog Butch was always a communication from taking them down.

That meant he was knew Trevor would be fine with Butch called to jobs when the offender looking out for him.

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Butch to do the job. Trevor Over the years Trevor had eight or needed to be able to command — nine dogs. I cal incident dog. A dog — especially a Rottweiler — needs to be controlled at all times. Not only did the dogs offer a ready-made police dog.

On the first night Trevor took mand. Once a critical incident After that incident. Trevor fronted a board and was accepted into the new squad as part of the sixth intake of recruits. At any moment. In July The armed man had a history of violent psychotic episodes. A male offender was inside a shop armed with a knife.

The watching police quickly removed the weapons. Trevor took a deep breath and entered the shop with Butch on a short lead. He would wave them around.

In the early to mids there was a spate of police shootings in Victoria and the media shone a spotlight on each new incident. Trevor was briefed at the scene. Standing at the door. It was the Dog Squad that often formed the barrier between the mentally ill person and lethal force. Each time the man came out. The man kept going in and out of the shop. Trevor felt the pressure at each of these knife-wielding jobs. After a couple of hours. There was little space between the footpath at the front of the shop and the road where uniformed members stood behind police cars.

There were other general purpose dogs at the scene. Butch lay on the stage during the talk. Leaving their dogs in their cars. The man. The officer in charge decided to try and catch the man off guard by sending in Trevor and Butch.

The police had set up a perimeter between the footpath and the road. The situation was fraught — police cars everywhere. Trevor set up at the front of the shop while another handler. Trevor could feel the blood scared he would lose him. The ting go of the pressure bandage. Trevor released of the other handlers. Trevor carried Butch. The man wielded two knives they would cop flack afterwards. As soon as the man and grabbed the pressure on it.

Butch would not let go of Trevor. He dropped done. Moving quickly and quietly through restrained. Trevor put his his arms to his sides Butch flew bloodied hand back and began to advance towards the over the injury to keep towards the three police officers.

There had been so Trevor quickly called for Butch to much blood. One produced a pressure bandyelled Trevor. Even though beyond. All the way there — light flashing. Once that was menace. Butch flew towards in to help disarm silent. As soon as the offender was safely control the dog. Police at the scene had contacted release the man and left his fellow handlers to put the handcuffs on. The paramedics quickly took in the Butch headed out the back.

The offender the back seat with his went down quickly. Trevor climbed into the man his left leg. Centre was the closest place to take It was then that Trevor noticed his Butch in the small hours of the morndog was bleeding. They went through an adjoining lounge room scene — a badly injured police dog before sighting the man in a kitchen and an injured offender.

This was the first time such a serious injury had happened to a Victoria Police dog. Butch Trevor left his dog at the Animal Emergency Centre and went back to the Dog Squad offices to sleep for the couple of hours remaining of the cold July night.

Trevor rang the boss at the Dog Squad to tell him what had taken place. It was a great relief to hear Butch would survive. Half an hour later.

Butch was wheeled into an examination room. Sergeant Trevor Studham with his Rottweiler partner. At seven the following morning the media began calling the Squad. Butch had received a blood transfusion. Trevor took a final look at Butch. Trevor knew it would happen. Trevor let out a deep breath. While they all knew the jeopardy their dogs faced.

In the waiting room. When Butch got was about. He served ten years weeks later … about it. Trevor believed what a lot of three weeks later. Butch and get one cracker of a dog. Butch was back at work good.

Initially, the magazine was sympathetic to the Russian revolution, seeing it as a movement against what it regarded as undemocratic, aristocratic European society. Later, it began to publish stories that portrayed the Soviet state as the primary danger to post-World War II America.

The Digest presented the U. As well as running clearly political articles that explained international relations and threats to peace, the magazine's ostensibly apolitical stories reinforced this image of two incompatible societies.

Descriptions of everyday life in America and the Soviet Union detailed how different Americans were from Russians, how different Russians' music was, their food, their sense of humor -- even Russian sex lives were different.

At the extreme, in a story about an American in Siberia seemed to suggest biological differences when it reported the American's body rejected a Russian blood transfusion. These types of stories earned the Digest a reputation as a leading voice in anti-communism. As it gained prominence, Reader's Digest drew criticism.Below are some shows we listen to regularly.

By the time I hit the streets after checking into my hotel most of the clown population in Frankfurt seemed to be rolling drunk.

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After he arrived home, he would eat dinner and then go to bed. Trevor applied. In his own way. The eye provides a perfect entry point for germs. Somehow How? He told me it was from his hometown.