We are finally starting to settle down comfortably in the autumn season, which is very convenient in our area. Less heat, warm-colored leaves and cool air are all things most Californians might think of as much-needed signs of calm after a hectic summer filled with heat waves. However, for Americans on the East Coast, things may not be so calm. For them, the fall months mean hurricanes.
The Atlantic hurricane season is currently at full capacity after a rather slow start. These giant, large, stormy planes began appearing all over North America. Some of the highlights this season include Fiona, Orlean, and Ian, the latter having winds of 155 miles per hour when they hit the Florida coast, making them one of the strongest hurricanes to hit the United States.
A hurricane even approached Fullerton one day, bringing abnormally strong winds and sprinkles of rain into a somewhat crazy week that saw the temperature rise to an all-time high in the 1990s. Although it does not last long and is only present for a few days on average, it can leave a life-threatening effect on the affected areas. The largest can cause billions of dollars in damage, leave millions temporarily homeless, and completely cut off electricity and other important services, especially in densely populated areas like Florida. Hurricane Ian is expected to cost about $75 billion in damages at the time of writing, which would be quite devastating for the people affected. However, there are many ways in which we can assist efforts to provide relief and assistance to survivors, even from across the country.
One way we can support hurricane relief is to donate to charities and groups that actively help victims. The American Red Cross, which is just one of many non-profit organizations known for its courageous efforts to provide disaster relief to affected areas, strives to provide as much assistance as possible whenever a major crisis arises.
A large group of volunteers and donors gather together to provide any means of security, protection and safety for people in need. If you donate only a few dollars, they will make sure that your hard-earned money is put to good use. The Red Cross provides food, shelter, medical care and other important amenities and necessities to people who have been badly affected by hurricanes and other natural disasters using your generous donations, so it is very possible that you can help save someone’s life.
You can also join this effort by spreading the word in your community. If you are an artistic person, feel free to create colorful banners and vibrant posters to post around Fullerton to inform others of the apocalyptic reality of these massive tornadoes.
If technology is more crowded, make a video or infographic explaining how donations can help relief efforts and upload it to social media. Bring some of your closest friends to the project if you want to make it more interesting. All of these different mediums are great ways to spread awareness of these terrible hurricanes.
Finally, you can take it to the next level by directing, leading, or participating in a community event. Each year, many schools and local organizations host food drives, clothing drives and other charitable events not only to collect materials to send to affected areas but also to raise awareness of hurricanes, disasters and other issues.
For parents with teens, if your kids are looking for ways to pile in some community service hours, this is a great opportunity. Feel free to locate and participate in one of these events around your community, or start one with some friends. If you have a few dollars to spare or have very little spare time, please consider joining the hurricane relief effort and possibly changing someone’s life in the process.
For more information, go to: www.redcross.org.
Onyx is a healthy and strong pit bull. He arrived over a year ago when a few field agents spotted him wandering around, alone and frightened. Onyx, besides being a little dirty, was happy to be at OC Animal Care’s comfort. He started socializing with other dogs as soon as he entered the shelter. Onyx always smiles widely and loves sweets and playing with humans. Take out a tennis ball and you are in trouble. You have to play it all day. He loves her so much
Onyx was featured by Anaheim Ducks last year due to his cheerful personality and playful smile. The Onyx does well with other dogs and will appreciate another bouncy dog as a brother. Because of its size and strength, the Onyx is home brewed with children fifteen years of age or older.
Endangered Animal Trivia
Q: What kind of wolves are endangered?
A: The werewolf, also known by its scientific name, brachial chrysosmosis. chrysosion It means “golden dog”. It looks more like a fox than a wolf, but studies show that it is neither a fox nor a wolf. Joshua Hawkins, a freelance science and technology writer, stated, “The wolf is a strange cross between a fox and a deer, and you’ve never seen anything like it before.” He is a native of South America. The hiding wolf is kept in captivity and can be found in zoos. The World Wildlife Fund is helping to conserve the land for the werewolf. This is due to the loss of habitat, the introduction of certain diseases, and the belief that their organs contain healing power. (Surprise quiz: What other endangered mammals have been poached for their supposed magical powers? Canes. Fun fact: Their long legs are a trait that allows them to see above the tall grass in their habitat.
cover to cover, Please montage It starts with a bang and never stops. You are presented with a collection of eight stories, each of which is a world in itself.
The stories cover a wide range of topics, from abuse to childhood friendship to Asian America, with a specific hand. Each theme is carefully and intricately built into the stories so that the same thread is woven through each one. I was annoyed by every story in this book because the way each one seamlessly blended fact and fiction was totally unrealistic. It eradicates the feeble similarities between two worlds and is found on the fine line between universes, between intention and chance, between the many identities we can transform into.
Each story was written in a separate, almost frightening tone: a state of permanent and cold disregard, but Ling didn’t manage to make some feelings bleed through. My only problem was that this tended to blend the characters together in my head due to their lack of expression and monotonous sound. For this reason, I think it is better to read this in slides one at a time than to read this all in one sitting to allow its topics to spread more fully and increase its impact.
Overall, I find this collection a fascinating exploration of the parallels between fiction and reality and the many ways in which we are intertwined.
Produced by directors Ryan Murphy and Ian Brennan, September 21 series. The Beast: The Jeffrey Dahmer Story It stands as one of Netflix’s highest-grossing streaming TV shows, racking up nearly 200 million hours of views within its first week of release.
Based on the notorious American serial killer Jeffrey Dahmer who murdered 17 men and boys – particularly those who were part of communities of color or those identified as LGBTQ – the show reveals a written story of Dahmer’s crimes. However, while memorable, the production has some serious and eye-catching flaws that need to be addressed.
Family members of Dahmer’s victims recently revealed that they had not been consulted or informed of the series prior to its release. With so little focus on the perspective of the victims and their families, these individuals are forced to relive their trauma. This is evidence of false storytelling on Netflix and a blatant disregard for victims and their families.
As a viewer of the series myself, I also find it very disturbing that some particularly confused fans are romanticizing Dahmer and his crimes. Keep in mind that while dramatic, they are real victims and true stories. Members of the public have a moral obligation to respond and respond to this show with indisputable respect towards the victims and their relatives. However, fan edits on TikTok and fan accounts glorifying the serial killer are an act of outright mockery of the victims.
Do I find it necessary to expose Dahmer’s crimes and expose the mistakes of police officers? definitely.
Do I think Netflix and the series’ producers handled this issue appropriately? of course not.
The controversy surrounding the latest series calls for reform of the entertainment industry. It is time to put an end to the media taking advantage of heinous crimes for monetary and entertainment purposes.
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