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The day I…

The day I was born, I remember nothing, I was too young. I don’t need to remember it either, the important thing is to remember what makes you happy. As time goes on like it always does, some memories will fade and be forgotten to be replaced by new and exciting ones.

That one day has changed my life forever, but in a positive way. Because if it wasn’t that day I would be born.

Here’s What Every N.F.L. Team Did During the National Anthem on Sunday


On Sunday, more than 40 players, many of them on the 49ers, sat or knelt on one knee during renditions of the “Star-Spangled Banner” in the 15 National Football League games, compared with 180 players in all 16 games a week earlier. A week after leaguewide demonstrations during the national anthem, most teams scaled back on Sunday. The majority of players stood, but several knelt and others raised their fists.

The Seattle Seahawks were on the field for the national anthem before their game on Sunday night against the Indianapolis Colts, but a group of six players, led by Michael Bennett and Cliff Avril, sat on the bench for the duration of the song. The rest of the Seahawks were standing, scattered on the sidelines in a far more disorganized grouping than most teams have chosen, while the Colts were on the sidelines with locked arms. Andrew Luck, the injured Colts quarterback, was shown during the NBC broadcast singing along to the song.

In a statement far stronger than anything offered in the game’s earlier in the day, Marshawn Lynch entered Sports Authority Field wearing an “Everybody vs Trump” t-shirt before the Oakland Raiders’ game against the Denver Broncos. Lynch followed up his noteworthy arrival by resuming his standard practice of sitting during the anthem. His Raiders teammates, who mostly knelt or sat last week, were all standing. The Broncos, as the team had previously announced, all stood for the anthem, with Brandon Marshall, who joined Colin Kaepernick in kneeling last season, raising a fist.

Should children have exams?

Exam –  a test of a student’s knowledge or skill in a particular subject.

If you do exams, they are stressful, time consuming, tiring, it’s also a lot to remember. Exams encourage students to work, learn and do there best. Exams help in developing ones own personality and confidence.

But if you don’t do exams, the teacher won’t know what topics you struggle with, it’s difficult to get into a college or university, people won’t be able to tell if they have made progress or not. If exams are not written, people’s future could be affected.