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"Don't die by falling over Quinn!" A boy shouted down the hallway.\nQuin carried on walking down the school corridor. Harassment had become a daily occurrence for him but it still bothered him just as much every day and he couldn't help himself but retaliate.\nQuinn stopped and pushed his glasses back up as they had slipped down from his face. He needed a new pair and just from looking at them, you could tell they were heavily worn. The sides were covered with tape and they didn't even fit straight on his face.\nQuinn then turned around and immediately gave the middle finger.\n"I bet you don't even know how many fingers I'm holding up!"\nThe boy clenched his fist and started running towards Quinn.\n"You level 1 piece of crap! When are you going to learn that you don't belong in this world?"\nThe boy then placed both of his hands together and a green ball of light started to form. When he was only a few meters away from Quinn, the boy threw his hands forward and the green light shot out from the palm of his hands.\nQuinn had nowhere to go and the beam of light was too fast for him to dodge. All he could do was grit his teeth and bear the pain. As the light hit Quinn, his body was lifted into the air and sent flying backwards into the corridor wall.\n"What's going on?" One of the students nearby said. "Are they fighting on the last day of school?"\nA crowd had immediately formed outside as people were interested in what the commotion was about. One of the female students ran over to the damaged part of the wall to check on the student's safety.\nThe dust started to settle and Quinn's slightly curly black hair was coming into view. When eventually the dust all cleared up and the female saw who it was, she immediately backed away and continued her business as if nothing happened.\nWhen the female student had returned to her friends, Quinn could see that they were laughing at her.\n"I can't believe you tried to help him."\n"I didn't see who it was." The girl retorted with flushed cheeks.\nAfter that, Quinn stood up an
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"Don't die by falling over Quinn!" A boy shouted down the hallway.\nQuin carried on walking down the school corridor. Harassment had become a daily occurrence for him but it still bothered him just as much every day and he couldn't help himself but retaliate.\nQuinn stopped and pushed his glasses back up as they had slipped down from his face. He needed a new pair and just from looking at them, you could tell they were heavily worn. The sides were covered with tape and they didn't even fit straight on his face.\nQuinn then turned around and immediately gave the middle finger.\n"I bet you don't even know how many fingers I'm holding up!"\nThe boy clenched his fist and started running towards Quinn.\n"You level 1 piece of crap! When are you going to learn that you don't belong in this world?"\nThe boy then placed both of his hands together and a green ball of light started to form. When he was only a few meters away from Quinn, the boy threw his hands forward and the green light shot out from the palm of his hands.\nQuinn had nowhere to go and the beam of light was too fast for him to dodge. All he could do was grit his teeth and bear the pain. As the light hit Quinn, his body was lifted into the air and sent flying backwards into the corridor wall.\n"What's going on?" One of the students nearby said. "Are they fighting on the last day of school?"\nA crowd had immediately formed outside as people were interested in what the commotion was about. One of the female students ran over to the damaged part of the wall to check on the student's safety.\nThe dust started to settle and Quinn's slightly curly black hair was coming into view. When eventually the dust all cleared up and the female saw who it was, she immediately backed away and continued her business as if nothing happened.\nWhen the female student had returned to her friends, Quinn could see that they were laughing at her.\n"I can't believe you tried to help him."\n"I didn't see who it was." The girl retorted with flushed cheeks.\nAfter that, Quinn stood up an
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"Don't die by falling over Quinn!" A boy shouted down the hallway. Quin carried on walking down the school corridor. Harassment had become a daily occurrence for him but it still bothered him just as much every day and he couldn't help himself but retaliate. Quinn stopped and pushed his glasses back up as they had slipped down from his face. He needed a new pair and just from looking at them, you could tell they were heavily worn. The sides were covered with tape and they didn't even fit straight on his face. Quinn then turned around and immediately gave the middle finger. "I bet you don't even know how many fingers I'm holding up!" The boy clenched his fist and started running towards Quinn. "You level 1 piece of crap! When are you going to learn that you don't belong in this world?" The boy then placed both of his hands together and a green ball of light started to form. When he was only a few meters away from Quinn, the boy threw his hands forward and the green light shot out from the palm of his hands. Quinn had nowhere to go and the beam of light was too fast for him to dodge. All he could do was grit his teeth and bear the pain. As the light hit Quinn, his body was lifted into the air and sent flying backwards into the corridor wall. "What's going on?" One of the students nearby said. "Are they fighting on the last day of school?" A crowd had immediately formed outside as people were interested in what the commotion was about. One of the female students ran over to the damaged part of the wall to check on the student's safety. The dust started to settle and Quinn's slightly curly black hair was coming into view. When eventually the dust all cleared up and the female saw who it was, she immediately backed away and continued her business as if nothing happened. When the female student had returned to her friends, Quinn could see that they were laughing at her. "I can't believe you tried to help him." "I didn't see who it was." The girl retorted with flushed cheeks. After that, Quinn stood up and picked his gl
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"Don't die by falling over Quinn!" A boy shouted down the hallway. Quin carried on walking down the school corridor. Harassment had become a daily occurrence for him but it still bothered him just as much every day and he couldn't help himself but retaliate. Quinn stopped and pushed his glasses back up as they had slipped down from his face. He needed a new pair and just from looking at them, you could tell they were heavily worn. The sides were covered with tape and they didn't even fit straight on his face. Quinn then turned around and immediately gave the middle finger. "I bet you don't even know how many fingers I'm holding up!" The boy clenched his fist and started running towards Quinn. "You level 1 piece of crap! When are you going to learn that you don't belong in this world?" The boy then placed both of his hands together and a green ball of light started to form. When he was only a few meters away from Quinn, the boy threw his hands forward and the green light shot out from the palm of his hands. Quinn had nowhere to go and the beam of light was too fast for him to dodge. All he could do was grit his teeth and bear the pain. As the light hit Quinn, his body was lifted into the air and sent flying backwards into the corridor wall. "What's going on?" One of the students nearby said. "Are they fighting on the last day of school?" A crowd had immediately formed outside as people were interested in what the commotion was about. One of the female students ran over to the damaged part of the wall to check on the student's safety. The dust started to settle and Quinn's slightly curly black hair was coming into view. When eventually the dust all cleared up and the female saw who it was, she immediately backed away and continued her business as if nothing happened. When the female student had returned to her friends, Quinn could see that they were laughing at her. "I can't believe you tried to help him." "I didn't see who it was." The girl retorted with flushed cheeks. After that, Quinn stood up and picked his gl
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"Don't die by falling over Quinn!" A boy shouted down the hallway. Quin carried on walking down the school corridor. Harassment had become a daily occurrence for him but it still bothered him just as much every day and he couldn't help himself but retaliate. Quinn stopped and pushed his glasses back up as they had slipped down from his face. He needed a new pair and just from looking at them, you could tell they were heavily worn. The sides were covered with tape and they didn't even fit straight on his face. Quinn then turned around and immediately gave the middle finger. "I bet you don't even know how many fingers I'm holding up!" The boy clenched his fist and started running towards Quinn. "You level 1 piece of crap! When are you going to learn that you don't belong in this world?" The boy then placed both of his hands together and a green ball of light started to form. When he was only a few meters away from Quinn, the boy threw his hands forward and the green light shot out from the palm of his hands. Quinn had nowhere to go and the beam of light was too fast for him to dodge. All he could do was grit his teeth and bear the pain. As the light hit Quinn, his body was lifted into the air and sent flying backwards into the corridor wall. "What's going on?" One of the students nearby said. "Are they fighting on the last day of school?" A crowd had immediately formed outside as people were interested in what the commotion was about. One of the female students ran over to the damaged part of the wall to check on the student's safety. The dust started to settle and Quinn's slightly curly black hair was coming into view. When eventually the dust all cleared up and the female saw who it was, she immediately backed away and continued her business as if nothing happened. When the female student had returned to her friends, Quinn could see that they were laughing at her. "I can't believe you tried to help him." "I didn't see who it was." The girl retorted with flushed cheeks. After that, Quinn stood up and picked his gl
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"Don't die by falling over Quinn!" A boy shouted down the hallway. Quin carried on walking down the school corridor. Harassment had become a daily occurrence for him but it still bothered him just as much every day and he couldn't help himself but retaliate. Quinn stopped and pushed his glasses back up as they had slipped down from his face. He needed a new pair and just from looking at them, you could tell they were heavily worn. The sides were covered with tape and they didn't even fit straight on his face. Quinn then turned around and immediately gave the middle finger. "I bet you don't even know how many fingers I'm holding up!" The boy clenched his fist and started running towards Quinn. "You level 1 piece of crap! When are you going to learn that you don't belong in this world?" The boy then placed both of his hands together and a green ball of light started to form. When he was only a few meters away from Quinn, the boy threw his hands forward and the green light shot out from the palm of his hands. Quinn had nowhere to go and the beam of light was too fast for him to dodge. All he could do was grit his teeth and bear the pain. As the light hit Quinn, his body was lifted into the air and sent flying backwards into the corridor wall. "What's going on?" One of the students nearby said. "Are they fighting on the last day of school?" A crowd had immediately formed outside as people were interested in what the commotion was about. One of the female students ran over to the damaged part of the wall to check on the student's safety. The dust started to settle and Quinn's slightly curly black hair was coming into view. When eventually the dust all cleared up and the female saw who it was, she immediately backed away and continued her business as if nothing happened. When the female student had returned to her friends, Quinn could see that they were laughing at her. "I can't believe you tried to help him." "I didn't see who it was." The girl retorted with flushed cheeks. After that, Quinn stood up and picked his gl
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"Don't die by falling over Quinn!" A boy shouted down the hallway. Quin carried on walking down the school corridor. Harassment had become a daily occurrence for him but it still bothered him just as much every day and he couldn't help himself but retaliate. Quinn stopped and pushed his glasses back up as they had slipped down from his face. He needed a new pair and just from looking at them, you could tell they were heavily worn. The sides were covered with tape and they didn't even fit straight on his face. Quinn then turned around and immediately gave the middle finger. "I bet you don't even know how many fingers I'm holding up!" The boy clenched his fist and started running towards Quinn. "You level 1 piece of crap! When are you going to learn that you don't belong in this world?" The boy then placed both of his hands together and a green ball of light started to form. When he was only a few meters away from Quinn, the boy threw his hands forward and the green light shot out from the palm of his hands. Quinn had nowhere to go and the beam of light was too fast for him to dodge. All he could do was grit his teeth and bear the pain. As the light hit Quinn, his body was lifted into the air and sent flying backwards into the corridor wall. "What's going on?" One of the students nearby said. "Are they fighting on the last day of school?" A crowd had immediately formed outside as people were interested in what the commotion was about. One of the female students ran over to the damaged part of the wall to check on the student's safety. The dust started to settle and Quinn's slightly curly black hair was coming into view. When eventually the dust all cleared up and the female saw who it was, she immediately backed away and continued her business as if nothing happened. When the female student had returned to her friends, Quinn could see that they were laughing at her. "I can't believe you tried to help him." "I didn't see who it was." The girl retorted with flushed cheeks. After that, Quinn stood up and picked his gl
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"Don't die by falling over Quinn!" A boy shouted down the hallway. Quin carried on walking down the school corridor. Harassment had become a daily occurrence for him but it still bothered him just as much every day and he couldn't help himself but retaliate. Quinn stopped and pushed his glasses back up as they had slipped down from his face. He needed a new pair and just from looking at them, you could tell they were heavily worn. The sides were covered with tape and they didn't even fit straight on his face. Quinn then turned around and immediately gave the middle finger. "I bet you don't even know how many fingers I'm holding up!" The boy clenched his fist and started running towards Quinn. "You level 1 piece of crap! When are you going to learn that you don't belong in this world?" The boy then placed both of his hands together and a green ball of light started to form. When he was only a few meters away from Quinn, the boy threw his hands forward and the green light shot out from the palm of his hands. Quinn had nowhere to go and the beam of light was too fast for him to dodge. All he could do was grit his teeth and bear the pain. As the light hit Quinn, his body was lifted into the air and sent flying backwards into the corridor wall. "What's going on?" One of the students nearby said. "Are they fighting on the last day of school?" A crowd had immediately formed outside as people were interested in what the commotion was about. One of the female students ran over to the damaged part of the wall to check on the student's safety. The dust started to settle and Quinn's slightly curly black hair was coming into view. When eventually the dust all cleared up and the female saw who it was, she immediately backed away and continued her business as if nothing happened. When the female student had returned to her friends, Quinn could see that they were laughing at her. "I can't believe you tried to help him." "I didn't see who it was." The girl retorted with flushed cheeks. After that, Quinn stood up and picked his gl
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"Don't die by falling over Quinn!" A boy shouted down the hallway. Quin carried on walking down the school corridor. Harassment had become a daily occurrence for him but it still bothered him just as much every day and he couldn't help himself but retaliate. Quinn stopped and pushed his glasses back up as they had slipped down from his face. He needed a new pair and just from looking at them, you could tell they were heavily worn. The sides were covered with tape and they didn't even fit straight on his face. Quinn then turned around and immediately gave the middle finger. "I bet you don't even know how many fingers I'm holding up!" The boy clenched his fist and started running towards Quinn. "You level 1 piece of crap! When are you going to learn that you don't belong in this world?" The boy then placed both of his hands together and a green ball of light started to form. When he was only a few meters away from Quinn, the boy threw his hands forward and the green light shot out from the palm of his hands. Quinn had nowhere to go and the beam of light was too fast for him to dodge. All he could do was grit his teeth and bear the pain. As the light hit Quinn, his body was lifted into the air and sent flying backwards into the corridor wall. "What's going on?" One of the students nearby said. "Are they fighting on the last day of school?" A crowd had immediately formed outside as people were interested in what the commotion was about. One of the female students ran over to the damaged part of the wall to check on the student's safety. The dust started to settle and Quinn's slightly curly black hair was coming into view. When eventually the dust all cleared up and the female saw who it was, she immediately backed away and continued her business as if nothing happened. When the female student had returned to her friends, Quinn could see that they were laughing at her. "I can't believe you tried to help him." "I didn't see who it was." The girl retorted with flushed cheeks. After that, Quinn stood up and picked his gl
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"Don't die by falling over Quinn!" A boy shouted down the hallway. Quin carried on walking down the school corridor. Harassment had become a daily occurrence for him but it still bothered him just as much every day and he couldn't help himself but retaliate. Quinn stopped and pushed his glasses back up as they had slipped down from his face. He needed a new pair and just from looking at them, you could tell they were heavily worn. The sides were covered with tape and they didn't even fit straight on his face. Quinn then turned around and immediately gave the middle finger. "I bet you don't even know how many fingers I'm holding up!" The boy clenched his fist and started running towards Quinn. "You level 1 piece of crap! When are you going to learn that you don't belong in this world?" The boy then placed both of his hands together and a green ball of light started to form. When he was only a few meters away from Quinn, the boy threw his hands forward and the green light shot out from the palm of his hands. Quinn had nowhere to go and the beam of light was too fast for him to dodge. All he could do was grit his teeth and bear the pain. As the light hit Quinn, his body was lifted into the air and sent flying backwards into the corridor wall. "What's going on?" One of the students nearby said. "Are they fighting on the last day of school?" A crowd had immediately formed outside as people were interested in what the commotion was about. One of the female students ran over to the damaged part of the wall to check on the student's safety. The dust started to settle and Quinn's slightly curly black hair was coming into view. When eventually the dust all cleared up and the female saw who it was, she immediately backed away and continued her business as if nothing happened. When the female student had returned to her friends, Quinn could see that they were laughing at her. "I can't believe you tried to help him." "I didn't see who it was." The girl retorted with flushed cheeks. After that, Quinn stood up and picked his glasses up off the floor. Once again one of the sides had fallen off. "Dam it. Not again..." It was the last day of school for Quinn and he was hoping just once someone wouldn't try anything with him. Quinn was sick and tired of it and he wasn't the type to ignore it either. He had seen people who had chosen to keep their head down and tolerate the harassment and their treatment was far worse than what he got. Quinn didn't bother to stay at school like the rest of the students. As he walked past, he saw people talking to each other. Some were laughing while some had tears thinking it was the last time they would ever see each other again but Quinn wasn't a part of any of that and he didn't want to be. When he finally arrived home, Quinn immediately got to work. Quinn lived in a single bedroom apartment that had just enough space to fit a single bed and desk. There was also a TV that was part of the wall but Quinn would only use it as background noise and didn't actually watch anything. The apartment was provided to him by the government since he had no living relatives and was still only 16. On top of his bed was a single suit case that had all his belongings neatly packed. When Quinn entered his room, he immediately pulled his drawer open which contained a book inside. It was a large thick book that weighed about half a kilo. The front of the book was black in colour and in the centre, it had a ring with lines going off in all different directions. "Let's try again today." Quinn said as he placed the book on the desk. He then immediately went to his bag to pull out a little test tube which had a clear liquid inside. "Test 112, Hydrochloric acid. Let's see how it goes." Quinn then started to slowly pour the liquid out of the test tube and onto the book. "So far no reaction." Quinn then continued to pour the whole test tube onto the book but still there was no reaction. Quinn carefully examined the book to see if there was any damage done but the book looked the same as always. "Another failure. Why won't you open?
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"Don't die by falling over Quinn!" A boy shouted down the hallway. Quin carried on walking down the school corridor. Harassment had become a daily occurrence for him but it still bothered him just as much every day and he couldn't help himself but retaliate. Quinn stopped and pushed his glasses back up as they had slipped down from his face. He needed a new pair and just from looking at them, you could tell they were heavily worn. The sides were covered with tape and they didn't even fit straight on his face. Quinn then turned around and immediately gave the middle finger. "I bet you don't even know how many fingers I'm holding up!" The boy clenched his fist and started running towards Quinn. "You level 1 piece of crap! When are you going to learn that you don't belong in this world?" The boy then placed both of his hands together and a green ball of light started to form. When he was only a few meters away from Quinn, the boy threw his hands forward and the green light shot out from the palm of his hands. Quinn had nowhere to go and the beam of light was too fast for him to dodge. All he could do was grit his teeth and bear the pain. As the light hit Quinn, his body was lifted into the air and sent flying backwards into the corridor wall. "What's going on?" One of the students nearby said. "Are they fighting on the last day of school?" A crowd had immediately formed outside as people were interested in what the commotion was about. One of the female students ran over to the damaged part of the wall to check on the student's safety. The dust started to settle and Quinn's slightly curly black hair was coming into view. When eventually the dust all cleared up and the female saw who it was, she immediately backed away and continued her business as if nothing happened. When the female student had returned to her friends, Quinn could see that they were laughing at her. "I can't believe you tried to help him." "I didn't see who it was." The girl retorted with flushed cheeks. After that, Quinn stood up and picked his glasses up off the floor. Once again one of the sides had fallen off. "Dam it. Not again..." It was the last day of school for Quinn and he was hoping just once someone wouldn't try anything with him. Quinn was sick and tired of it and he wasn't the type to ignore it either. He had seen people who had chosen to keep their head down and tolerate the harassment and their treatment was far worse than what he got. Quinn didn't bother to stay at school like the rest of the students. As he walked past, he saw people talking to each other. Some were laughing while some had tears thinking it was the last time they would ever see each other again but Quinn wasn't a part of any of that and he didn't want to be. When he finally arrived home, Quinn immediately got to work. Quinn lived in a single bedroom apartment that had just enough space to fit a single bed and desk. There was also a TV that was part of the wall but Quinn would only use it as background noise and didn't actually watch anything. The apartment was provided to him by the government since he had no living relatives and was still only 16. On top of his bed was a single suit case that had all his belongings neatly packed. When Quinn entered his room, he immediately pulled his drawer open which contained a book inside. It was a large thick book that weighed about half a kilo. The front of the book was black in colour and in the centre, it had a ring with lines going off in all different directions. "Let's try again today." Quinn said as he placed the book on the desk. He then immediately went to his bag to pull out a little test tube which had a clear liquid inside. "Test 112, Hydrochloric acid. Let's see how it goes." Quinn then started to slowly pour the liquid out of the test tube and onto the book. "So far no reaction." Quinn then continued to pour the whole test tube onto the book but still there was no reaction. Quinn carefully examined the book to see if there was any damage done but the book looked the same as always. "Another failure. Why won't you open?
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"Don't die by falling over Quinn!" A boy shouted down the hallway. Quin carried on walking down the school corridor. Harassment had become a daily occurrence for him but it still bothered him just as much every day and he couldn't help himself but retaliate. Quinn stopped and pushed his glasses back up as they had slipped down from his face. He needed a new pair and just from looking at them, you could tell they were heavily worn. The sides were covered with tape and they didn't even fit straight on his face. Quinn then turned around and immediately gave the middle finger. "I bet you don't even know how many fingers I'm holding up!" The boy clenched his fist and started running towards Quinn. "You level 1 piece of crap! When are you going to learn that you don't belong in this world?" The boy then placed both of his hands together and a green ball of light started to form. When he was only a few meters away from Quinn, the boy threw his hands forward and the green light shot out from the palm of his hands. Quinn had nowhere to go and the beam of light was too fast for him to dodge. All he could do was grit his teeth and bear the pain. As the light hit Quinn, his body was lifted into the air and sent flying backwards into the corridor wall. "What's going on?" One of the students nearby said. "Are they fighting on the last day of school?" A crowd had immediately formed outside as people were interested in what the commotion was about. One of the female students ran over to the damaged part of the wall to check on the student's safety. The dust started to settle and Quinn's slightly curly black hair was coming into view. When eventually the dust all cleared up and the female saw who it was, she immediately backed away and continued her business as if nothing happened. When the female student had returned to her friends, Quinn could see that they were laughing at her. "I can't believe you tried to help him." "I didn't see who it was." The girl retorted with flushed cheeks. After that, Quinn stood up and picked his glasses up off the floor. Once again one of the sides had fallen off. "Dam it. Not again..." It was the last day of school for Quinn and he was hoping just once someone wouldn't try anything with him. Quinn was sick and tired of it and he wasn't the type to ignore it either. He had seen people who had chosen to keep their head down and tolerate the harassment and their treatment was far worse than what he got. Quinn didn't bother to stay at school like the rest of the students. As he walked past, he saw people talking to each other. Some were laughing while some had tears thinking it was the last time they would ever see each other again but Quinn wasn't a part of any of that and he didn't want to be. When he finally arrived home, Quinn immediately got to work. Quinn lived in a single bedroom apartment that had just enough space to fit a single bed and desk. There was also a TV that was part of the wall but Quinn would only use it as background noise and didn't actually watch anything. The apartment was provided to him by the government since he had no living relatives and was still only 16. On top of his bed was a single suit case that had all his belongings neatly packed. When Quinn entered his room, he immediately pulled his drawer open which contained a book inside. It was a large thick book that weighed about half a kilo. The front of the book was black in colour and in the centre, it had a ring with lines going off in all different directions. "Let's try again today." Quinn said as he placed the book on the desk. He then immediately went to his bag to pull out a little test tube which had a clear liquid inside. "Test 112, Hydrochloric acid. Let's see how it goes." Quinn then started to slowly pour the liquid out of the test tube and onto the book. "So far no reaction." Quinn then continued to pour the whole test tube onto the book but still there was no reaction. Quinn carefully examined the book to see if there was any damage done but the book looked the same as always. "Another failure. Why won't you open?
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"Don't die by falling over Quinn!" A boy shouted down the hallway. Quin carried on walking down the school corridor. Harassment had become a daily occurrence for him but it still bothered him just as much every day and he couldn't help himself but retaliate. Quinn stopped and pushed his glasses back up as they had slipped down from his face. He needed a new pair and just from looking at them, you could tell they were heavily worn. The sides were covered with tape and they didn't even fit straight on his face. Quinn then turned around and immediately gave the middle finger. "I bet you don't even know how many fingers I'm holding up!" The boy clenched his fist and started running towards Quinn. "You level 1 piece of crap! When are you going to learn that you don't belong in this world?" The boy then placed both of his hands together and a green ball of light started to form. When he was only a few meters away from Quinn, the boy threw his hands forward and the green light shot out from the palm of his hands. Quinn had nowhere to go and the beam of light was too fast for him to dodge. All he could do was grit his teeth and bear the pain. As the light hit Quinn, his body was lifted into the air and sent flying backwards into the corridor wall. "What's going on?" One of the students nearby said. "Are they fighting on the last day of school?" A crowd had immediately formed outside as people were interested in what the commotion was about. One of the female students ran over to the damaged part of the wall to check on the student's safety. The dust started to settle and Quinn's slightly curly black hair was coming into view. When eventually the dust all cleared up and the female saw who it was, she immediately backed away and continued her business as if nothing happened. When the female student had returned to her friends, Quinn could see that they were laughing at her. "I can't believe you tried to help him." "I didn't see who it was." The girl retorted with flushed cheeks. After that, Quinn stood up and picked his glasses up off the floor. Once again one of the sides had fallen off. "Dam it. Not again..." It was the last day of school for Quinn and he was hoping just once someone wouldn't try anything with him. Quinn was sick and tired of it and he wasn't the type to ignore it either. He had seen people who had chosen to keep their head down and tolerate the harassment and their treatment was far worse than what he got. Quinn didn't bother to stay at school like the rest of the students. As he walked past, he saw people talking to each other. Some were laughing while some had tears thinking it was the last time they would ever see each other again but Quinn wasn't a part of any of that and he didn't want to be. When he finally arrived home, Quinn immediately got to work. Quinn lived in a single bedroom apartment that had just enough space to fit a single bed and desk. There was also a TV that was part of the wall but Quinn would only use it as background noise and didn't actually watch anything. The apartment was provided to him by the government since he had no living relatives and was still only 16. On top of his bed was a single suit case that had all his belongings neatly packed. When Quinn entered his room, he immediately pulled his drawer open which contained a book inside. It was a large thick book that weighed about half a kilo. The front of the book was black in colour and in the centre, it had a ring with lines going off in all different directions. "Let's try again today." Quinn said as he placed the book on the desk. He then immediately went to his bag to pull out a little test tube which had a clear liquid inside. "Test 112, Hydrochloric acid. Let's see how it goes." Quinn then started to slowly pour the liquid out of the test tube and onto the book. "So far no reaction." Quinn then continued to pour the whole test tube onto the book but still there was no reaction. Quinn carefully examined the book to see if there was any damage done but the book looked the same as always. "Another failure. Why won't you open?
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"Don't die by falling over Quinn!" A boy shouted down the hallway. Quin carried on walking down the school corridor. Harassment had become a daily occurrence for him but it still bothered him just as much every day and he couldn't help himself but retaliate. Quinn stopped and pushed his glasses back up as they had slipped down from his face. He needed a new pair and just from looking at them, you could tell they were heavily worn. The sides were covered with tape and they didn't even fit straight on his face. Quinn then turned around and immediately gave the middle finger. "I bet you don't even know how many fingers I'm holding up!" The boy clenched his fist and started running towards Quinn. "You level 1 piece of crap! When are you going to learn that you don't belong in this world?" The boy then placed both of his hands together and a green ball of light started to form. When he was only a few meters away from Quinn, the boy threw his hands forward and the green light shot out from the palm of his hands. Quinn had nowhere to go and the beam of light was too fast for him to dodge. All he could do was grit his teeth and bear the pain. As the light hit Quinn, his body was lifted into the air and sent flying backwards into the corridor wall. "What's going on?" One of the students nearby said. "Are they fighting on the last day of school?" A crowd had immediately formed outside as people were interested in what the commotion was about. One of the female students ran over to the damaged part of the wall to check on the student's safety. The dust started to settle and Quinn's slightly curly black hair was coming into view. When eventually the dust all cleared up and the female saw who it was, she immediately backed away and continued her business as if nothing happened. When the female student had returned to her friends, Quinn could see that they were laughing at her. "I can't believe you tried to help him." "I didn't see who it was." The girl retorted with flushed cheeks. After that, Quinn stood up and picked his glasses up off the floor. Once again one of the sides had fallen off. "Dam it. Not again..." It was the last day of school for Quinn and he was hoping just once someone wouldn't try anything with him. Quinn was sick and tired of it and he wasn't the type to ignore it either. He had seen people who had chosen to keep their head down and tolerate the harassment and their treatment was far worse than what he got. Quinn didn't bother to stay at school like the rest of the students. As he walked past, he saw people talking to each other. Some were laughing while some had tears thinking it was the last time they would ever see each other again but Quinn wasn't a part of any of that and he didn't want to be. When he finally arrived home, Quinn immediately got to work. Quinn lived in a single bedroom apartment that had just enough space to fit a single bed and desk. There was also a TV that was part of the wall but Quinn would only use it as background noise and didn't actually watch anything. The apartment was provided to him by the government since he had no living relatives and was still only 16. On top of his bed was a single suit case that had all his belongings neatly packed. When Quinn entered his room, he immediately pulled his drawer open which contained a book inside. It was a large thick book that weighed about half a kilo. The front of the book was black in colour and in the centre, it had a ring with lines going off in all different directions. "Let's try again today." Quinn said as he placed the book on the desk. He then immediately went to his bag to pull out a little test tube which had a clear liquid inside. "Test 112, Hydrochloric acid. Let's see how it goes." Quinn then started to slowly pour the liquid out of the test tube and onto the book. "So far no reaction." Quinn then continued to pour the whole test tube onto the book but still there was no reaction. Quinn carefully examined the book to see if there was any damage done but the book looked the same as always. "Another failure. Why won't you open?
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"Don't die by falling over Quinn!" A boy shouted down the hallway. Quin carried on walking down the school corridor. Harassment had become a daily occurrence for him but it still bothered him just as much every day and he couldn't help himself but retaliate. Quinn stopped and pushed his glasses back up as they had slipped down from his face. He needed a new pair and just from looking at them, you could tell they were heavily worn. The sides were covered with tape and they didn't even fit straight on his face. Quinn then turned around and immediately gave the middle finger. "I bet you don't even know how many fingers I'm holding up!" The boy clenched his fist and started running towards Quinn. "You level 1 piece of crap! When are you going to learn that you don't belong in this world?" The boy then placed both of his hands together and a green ball of light started to form. When he was only a few meters away from Quinn, the boy threw his hands forward and the green light shot out from the palm of his hands. Quinn had nowhere to go and the beam of light was too fast for him to dodge. All he could do was grit his teeth and bear the pain. As the light hit Quinn, his body was lifted into the air and sent flying backwards into the corridor wall. "What's going on?" One of the students nearby said. "Are they fighting on the last day of school?" A crowd had immediately formed outside as people were interested in what the commotion was about. One of the female students ran over to the damaged part of the wall to check on the student's safety. The dust started to settle and Quinn's slightly curly black hair was coming into view. When eventually the dust all cleared up and the female saw who it was, she immediately backed away and continued her business as if nothing happened. When the female student had returned to her friends, Quinn could see that they were laughing at her. "I can't believe you tried to help him." "I didn't see who it was." The girl retorted with flushed cheeks. After that, Quinn stood up and picked his glasses up off the floor. Once again one of the sides had fallen off. "Dam it. Not again..." It was the last day of school for Quinn and he was hoping just once someone wouldn't try anything with him. Quinn was sick and tired of it and he wasn't the type to ignore it either. He had seen people who had chosen to keep their head down and tolerate the harassment and their treatment was far worse than what he got. Quinn didn't bother to stay at school like the rest of the students. As he walked past, he saw people talking to each other. Some were laughing while some had tears thinking it was the last time they would ever see each other again but Quinn wasn't a part of any of that and he didn't want to be. When he finally arrived home, Quinn immediately got to work. Quinn lived in a single bedroom apartment that had just enough space to fit a single bed and desk. There was also a TV that was part of the wall but Quinn would only use it as background noise and didn't actually watch anything. The apartment was provided to him by the government since he had no living relatives and was still only 16. On top of his bed was a single suit case that had all his belongings neatly packed. When Quinn entered his room, he immediately pulled his drawer open which contained a book inside. It was a large thick book that weighed about half a kilo. The front of the book was black in colour and in the centre, it had a ring with lines going off in all different directions. "Let's try again today." Quinn said as he placed the book on the desk. He then immediately went to his bag to pull out a little test tube which had a clear liquid inside. "Test 112, Hydrochloric acid. Let's see how it goes." Quinn then started to slowly pour the liquid out of the test tube and onto the book. "So far no reaction." Quinn then continued to pour the whole test tube onto the book but still there was no reaction. Quinn carefully examined the book to see if there was any damage done but the book looked the same as always. "Another failure. Why won't you open?
Webnovel
"Don't die by falling over Quinn!" A boy shouted down the hallway. Quin carried on walking down the school corridor. Harassment had become a daily occurrence for him but it still bothered him just as much every day and he couldn't help himself but retaliate. Quinn stopped and pushed his glasses back up as they had slipped down from his face. He needed a new pair and just from looking at them, you could tell they were heavily worn. The sides were covered with tape and they didn't even fit straight on his face. Quinn then turned around and immediately gave the middle finger. "I bet you don't even know how many fingers I'm holding up!" The boy clenched his fist and started running towards Quinn. "You level 1 piece of crap! When are you going to learn that you don't belong in this world?" The boy then placed both of his hands together and a green ball of light started to form. When he was only a few meters away from Quinn, the boy threw his hands forward and the green light shot out from the palm of his hands. Quinn had nowhere to go and the beam of light was too fast for him to dodge. All he could do was grit his teeth and bear the pain. As the light hit Quinn, his body was lifted into the air and sent flying backwards into the corridor wall. "What's going on?" One of the students nearby said. "Are they fighting on the last day of school?" A crowd had immediately formed outside as people were interested in what the commotion was about. One of the female students ran over to the damaged part of the wall to check on the student's safety. The dust started to settle and Quinn's slightly curly black hair was coming into view. When eventually the dust all cleared up and the female saw who it was, she immediately backed away and continued her business as if nothing happened. When the female student had returned to her friends, Quinn could see that they were laughing at her. "I can't believe you tried to help him." "I didn't see who it was." The girl retorted with flushed cheeks. After that, Quinn stood up and picked his glasses up off the floor. Once again one of the sides had fallen off. "Dam it. Not again..." It was the last day of school for Quinn and he was hoping just once someone wouldn't try anything with him. Quinn was sick and tired of it and he wasn't the type to ignore it either. He had seen people who had chosen to keep their head down and tolerate the harassment and their treatment was far worse than what he got. Quinn didn't bother to stay at school like the rest of the students. As he walked past, he saw people talking to each other. Some were laughing while some had tears thinking it was the last time they would ever see each other again but Quinn wasn't a part of any of that and he didn't want to be. When he finally arrived home, Quinn immediately got to work. Quinn lived in a single bedroom apartment that had just enough space to fit a single bed and desk. There was also a TV that was part of the wall but Quinn would only use it as background noise and didn't actually watch anything. The apartment was provided to him by the government since he had no living relatives and was still only 16. On top of his bed was a single suit case that had all his belongings neatly packed. When Quinn entered his room, he immediately pulled his drawer open which contained a book inside. It was a large thick book that weighed about half a kilo. The front of the book was black in colour and in the centre, it had a ring with lines going off in all different directions. "Let's try again today." Quinn said as he placed the book on the desk. He then immediately went to his bag to pull out a little test tube which had a clear liquid inside. "Test 112, Hydrochloric acid. Let's see how it goes." Quinn then started to slowly pour the liquid out of the test tube and onto the book. "So far no reaction." Quinn then continued to pour the whole test tube onto the book but still there was no reaction. Quinn carefully examined the book to see if there was any damage done but the book looked the same as always. "Another failure. Why won't you open?
Webnovel
"Don't die by falling over Quinn!" A boy shouted down the hallway. Quin carried on walking down the school corridor. Harassment had become a daily occurrence for him but it still bothered him just as much every day and he couldn't help himself but retaliate. Quinn stopped and pushed his glasses back up as they had slipped down from his face. He needed a new pair and just from looking at them, you could tell they were heavily worn. The sides were covered with tape and they didn't even fit straight on his face. Quinn then turned around and immediately gave the middle finger. "I bet you don't even know how many fingers I'm holding up!" The boy clenched his fist and started running towards Quinn. "You level 1 piece of crap! When are you going to learn that you don't belong in this world?" The boy then placed both of his hands together and a green ball of light started to form. When he was only a few meters away from Quinn, the boy threw his hands forward and the green light shot out from the palm of his hands. Quinn had nowhere to go and the beam of light was too fast for him to dodge. All he could do was grit his teeth and bear the pain. As the light hit Quinn, his body was lifted into the air and sent flying backwards into the corridor wall. "What's going on?" One of the students nearby said. "Are they fighting on the last day of school?" A crowd had immediately formed outside as people were interested in what the commotion was about. One of the female students ran over to the damaged part of the wall to check on the student's safety. The dust started to settle and Quinn's slightly curly black hair was coming into view. When eventually the dust all cleared up and the female saw who it was, she immediately backed away and continued her business as if nothing happened. When the female student had returned to her friends, Quinn could see that they were laughing at her. "I can't believe you tried to help him." "I didn't see who it was." The girl retorted with flushed cheeks. After that, Quinn stood up and picked his glasses up off the floor. Once again one of the sides had fallen off. "Dam it. Not again..." It was the last day of school for Quinn and he was hoping just once someone wouldn't try anything with him. Quinn was sick and tired of it and he wasn't the type to ignore it either. He had seen people who had chosen to keep their head down and tolerate the harassment and their treatment was far worse than what he got. Quinn didn't bother to stay at school like the rest of the students. As he walked past, he saw people talking to each other. Some were laughing while some had tears thinking it was the last time they would ever see each other again but Quinn wasn't a part of any of that and he didn't want to be. When he finally arrived home, Quinn immediately got to work. Quinn lived in a single bedroom apartment that had just enough space to fit a single bed and desk. There was also a TV that was part of the wall but Quinn would only use it as background noise and didn't actually watch anything. The apartment was provided to him by the government since he had no living relatives and was still only 16. On top of his bed was a single suit case that had all his belongings neatly packed. When Quinn entered his room, he immediately pulled his drawer open which contained a book inside. It was a large thick book that weighed about half a kilo. The front of the book was black in colour and in the centre, it had a ring with lines going off in all different directions. "Let's try again today." Quinn said as he placed the book on the desk. He then immediately went to his bag to pull out a little test tube which had a clear liquid inside. "Test 112, Hydrochloric acid. Let's see how it goes." Quinn then started to slowly pour the liquid out of the test tube and onto the book. "So far no reaction." Quinn then continued to pour the whole test tube onto the book but still there was no reaction. Quinn carefully examined the book to see if there was any damage done but the book looked the same as always. "Another failure. Why won't you open?
Webnovel
"Don't die by falling over Quinn!" A boy shouted down the hallway. Quin carried on walking down the school corridor. Harassment had become a daily occurrence for him but it still bothered him just as much every day and he couldn't help himself but retaliate. Quinn stopped and pushed his glasses back up as they had slipped down from his face. He needed a new pair and just from looking at them, you could tell they were heavily worn. The sides were covered with tape and they didn't even fit straight on his face. Quinn then turned around and immediately gave the middle finger. "I bet you don't even know how many fingers I'm holding up!" The boy clenched his fist and started running towards Quinn. "You level 1 piece of crap! When are you going to learn that you don't belong in this world?" The boy then placed both of his hands together and a green ball of light started to form. When he was only a few meters away from Quinn, the boy threw his hands forward and the green light shot out from the palm of his hands. Quinn had nowhere to go and the beam of light was too fast for him to dodge. All he could do was grit his teeth and bear the pain. As the light hit Quinn, his body was lifted into the air and sent flying backwards into the corridor wall. "What's going on?" One of the students nearby said. "Are they fighting on the last day of school?" A crowd had immediately formed outside as people were interested in what the commotion was about. One of the female students ran over to the damaged part of the wall to check on the student's safety. The dust started to settle and Quinn's slightly curly black hair was coming into view. When eventually the dust all cleared up and the female saw who it was, she immediately backed away and continued her business as if nothing happened. When the female student had returned to her friends, Quinn could see that they were laughing at her. "I can't believe you tried to help him." "I didn't see who it was." The girl retorted with flushed cheeks. After that, Quinn stood up and picked his glasses up off the floor. Once again one of the sides had fallen off. "Dam it. Not again..." It was the last day of school for Quinn and he was hoping just once someone wouldn't try anything with him. Quinn was sick and tired of it and he wasn't the type to ignore it either. He had seen people who had chosen to keep their head down and tolerate the harassment and their treatment was far worse than what he got. Quinn didn't bother to stay at school like the rest of the students. As he walked past, he saw people talking to each other. Some were laughing while some had tears thinking it was the last time they would ever see each other again but Quinn wasn't a part of any of that and he didn't want to be. When he finally arrived home, Quinn immediately got to work. Quinn lived in a single bedroom apartment that had just enough space to fit a single bed and desk. There was also a TV that was part of the wall but Quinn would only use it as background noise and didn't actually watch anything. The apartment was provided to him by the government since he had no living relatives and was still only 16. On top of his bed was a single suit case that had all his belongings neatly packed. When Quinn entered his room, he immediately pulled his drawer open which contained a book inside. It was a large thick book that weighed about half a kilo. The front of the book was black in colour and in the centre, it had a ring with lines going off in all different directions. "Let's try again today." Quinn said as he placed the book on the desk. He then immediately went to his bag to pull out a little test tube which had a clear liquid inside. "Test 112, Hydrochloric acid. Let's see how it goes." Quinn then started to slowly pour the liquid out of the test tube and onto the book. "So far no reaction." Quinn then continued to pour the whole test tube onto the book but still there was no reaction. Quinn carefully examined the book to see if there was any damage done but the book looked the same as always. "Another failure. Why won't you open?
Rich Training - Digital Marketing for Builders and Solar
Here’s a 1 minute breakdown of how digital marketing works for builders (to get your phone ringing)... First thing people do when thinking of upgrading their home is Google it... And if your site is old and ugly (be honest)... Or you don’t even show up on the first page of Google… Then you’re dead in the water compared to other builders in your area that are on top of their digital marketing. Same goes for Social Media - Everyone uses Facebook and Instagram… These platforms are HUGE and growing everyday… Your potential clients are on there liking and commenting away - and you need your business to be there too… So you can get in front of them - where they already are and let them know you exist (like us showing you this ad) And over time through social media you can… ✅ Educate them on the building process and how you operate... ✅ Give them tips to avoid problems and council red tape... ✅ Show on site work in progress and before/after shots of your work... ✅ Get yourself (or an employee) out there as the face to give your brand some personality... ✅ Show off your beautiful completed builds... ✅ Post your happy client testimonials and reviews Let them know through consistency that you are trustworthy - A real business doing real things... So when it's time for them to build (which is a decision that can take 6 months to a year or more)... You and your business are the go-to builders in your area, without question. Here at Rich Training Digital this is what we do day in day out… Working with building companies across Australia and New Zealand to get... ➡️ Their websites... ➡️ Ongoing social media presence... ➡️ Google Ads, Facebook and Instagram ads... And more up to date and looking slick - above and beyond their competitors. So they stand out, with authority in their local area. We can help your business build this digital presence too, so you have… ✅ A Genuine following of potential clients. ✅ Legitimate inbound enquiry for your services. ✅ A booked out calendar of jobs - and more on the horizon... Sound good? Our Business Development Specialist, Joel has case studies, live examples and results from current clients to share with you… So you can see first hand what we do and and why - and the results that come from our system. If you’re interested we'd like to share this info with you, for free on a 20 min strategy call… Only if You find some of our ideas and strategies helpful (and a good fit for your business) will we discuss the possibility of working together. ➡️ Tap [BOOK NOW] to schedule a Consult Call today. Thanks for reading.
Webnovel
"Don't die by falling over Quinn!" A boy shouted down the hallway. Quin carried on walking down the school corridor. Harassment had become a daily occurrence for him but it still bothered him just as much every day and he couldn't help himself but retaliate. Quinn stopped and pushed his glasses back up as they had slipped down from his face. He needed a new pair and just from looking at them, you could tell they were heavily worn. The sides were covered with tape and they didn't even fit straight on his face. Quinn then turned around and immediately gave the middle finger. "I bet you don't even know how many fingers I'm holding up!" The boy clenched his fist and started running towards Quinn. "You level 1 piece of crap! When are you going to learn that you don't belong in this world?" The boy then placed both of his hands together and a green ball of light started to form. When he was only a few meters away from Quinn, the boy threw his hands forward and the green light shot out from the palm of his hands. Quinn had nowhere to go and the beam of light was too fast for him to dodge. All he could do was grit his teeth and bear the pain. As the light hit Quinn, his body was lifted into the air and sent flying backwards into the corridor wall. "What's going on?" One of the students nearby said. "Are they fighting on the last day of school?" A crowd had immediately formed outside as people were interested in what the commotion was about. One of the female students ran over to the damaged part of the wall to check on the student's safety. The dust started to settle and Quinn's slightly curly black hair was coming into view. When eventually the dust all cleared up and the female saw who it was, she immediately backed away and continued her business as if nothing happened. When the female student had returned to her friends, Quinn could see that they were laughing at her. "I can't believe you tried to help him." "I didn't see who it was." The girl retorted with flushed cheeks. After that, Quinn stood up and picked his glasses up off the floor. Once again one of the sides had fallen off. "Dam it. Not again..." It was the last day of school for Quinn and he was hoping just once someone wouldn't try anything with him. Quinn was sick and tired of it and he wasn't the type to ignore it either. He had seen people who had chosen to keep their head down and tolerate the harassment and their treatment was far worse than what he got. Quinn didn't bother to stay at school like the rest of the students. As he walked past, he saw people talking to each other. Some were laughing while some had tears thinking it was the last time they would ever see each other again but Quinn wasn't a part of any of that and he didn't want to be. When he finally arrived home, Quinn immediately got to work. Quinn lived in a single bedroom apartment that had just enough space to fit a single bed and desk. There was also a TV that was part of the wall but Quinn would only use it as background noise and didn't actually watch anything. The apartment was provided to him by the government since he had no living relatives and was still only 16. On top of his bed was a single suit case that had all his belongings neatly packed. When Quinn entered his room, he immediately pulled his drawer open which contained a book inside. It was a large thick book that weighed about half a kilo. The front of the book was black in colour and in the centre, it had a ring with lines going off in all different directions. "Let's try again today." Quinn said as he placed the book on the desk. He then immediately went to his bag to pull out a little test tube which had a clear liquid inside. "Test 112, Hydrochloric acid. Let's see how it goes." Quinn then started to slowly pour the liquid out of the test tube and onto the book. "So far no reaction." Quinn then continued to pour the whole test tube onto the book but still there was no reaction. Quinn carefully examined the book to see if there was any damage done but the book looked the same as always. "Another failure. Why won't you open?
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Rich Training - Digital Marketing for Builders and Solar
Here’s a 1 minute breakdown of how digital marketing works for builders (to get your phone ringing)... First thing people do when thinking of upgrading their home is Google it... And if your site is old and ugly (be honest)... Or you don’t even show up on the first page of Google… Then you’re dead in the water compared to other builders in your area that are on top of their digital marketing. Same goes for Social Media - Everyone uses Facebook and Instagram… These platforms are HUGE and growing everyday… Your potential clients are on there liking and commenting away - and you need your business to be there too… So you can get in front of them - where they already are and let them know you exist (like us showing you this ad) And over time through social media you can… ✅ Educate them on the building process and how you operate... ✅ Give them tips to avoid problems and council red tape... ✅ Show on site work in progress and before/after shots of your work... ✅ Get yourself (or an employee) out there as the face to give your brand some personality... ✅ Show off your beautiful completed builds... ✅ Post your happy client testimonials and reviews Let them know through consistency that you are trustworthy - A real business doing real things... So when it's time for them to build (which is a decision that can take 6 months to a year or more)... You and your business are the go-to builders in your area, without question. Here at Rich Training Digital this is what we do day in day out… Working with building companies across Australia and New Zealand to get... ➡️ Their websites... ➡️ Ongoing social media presence... ➡️ Google Ads, Facebook and Instagram ads... And more up to date and looking slick - above and beyond their competitors. So they stand out, with authority in their local area. We can help your business build this digital presence too, so you have… ✅ A Genuine following of potential clients. ✅ Legitimate inbound enquiry for your services. ✅ A booked out calendar of jobs - and more on the horizon... Sound good? Our Business Development Specialist, Joel has case studies, live examples and results from current clients to share with you… So you can see first hand what we do and and why - and the results that come from our system. If you’re interested we'd like to share this info with you, for free on a 20 min strategy call… Only if You find some of our ideas and strategies helpful (and a good fit for your business) will we discuss the possibility of working together. ➡️ Tap [BOOK NOW] to schedule a Consult Call today. Thanks for reading.
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I finished cooking breakfast at 5:40 AM and quickly went up to my room to have a nice long shower to eliminate stress. As I undressed I looked at the full-length mirror, lots of bruises of my stomach, my sides and a couple of scars when I self-harmed myself because I thought that was the only way, but it didn't work out because Mr. Reid went up to my room. It was Saturday and we had school because last week there was no classes because the teachers went to a teacher's convention or something? So that's why we're making up for the 3 days that they've been gone. In my opinion they shouldn't torture us like this, it's not our fault that they needed to attend that convention, right? After I dried myself and wore my undergarments I pulled out of the closet my favorite gray shirt that was loose and fits me perfectly, and a pair of black ripped jeans and a pair of classic black and white converse. I don't use this shirt that much because I love it so much and I didn't want to overuse it. I dried my hair with my towel and when I was satisfied I put it in a messy bun. I don't brush my hair, I rarely do it. It just takes time which I lack because I had to clean up the mess that the pack made and such. It was 6:20 when I finished packing my hamster brown jansport bag with my homework, school starts at 7 that's why when i went down the pack was finished eating and I had time to wash the plates. I washed the plates and wiped the table for any crumbs and went straight to school. I was walking humming to Jon Bellion's "All Time Low". When I looked at my phone it said 6:43 AM. I ran as fast as I could to school and I got there for only 3 minutes. I went to my locker and put my homework for next week there. As I was minding my own business, somebody slammed my locker while my hand was still in there. I could hear my wolf growling inside my head, it hurts! 'Can we please shred that woman to pieces!' My wolf said to me with clenched teeth. 'No, we can't. Mr. Reid might get mad.' I said to her. My wolf's name is Katrina, she was there for me when my brother wasn't and I was thankful that she came early. "What do you want?" I said while rubbing my wrist. "What are you wearing?!" She shouted causing everyone to look at us. "A shirt and some pants." I said almost saying 'duh'. "Well you look like a cheap woman." She said while putting her hands in her hips. This is Macy Richards, she moves like she owns the school and pack. She was wearing a white sleeveless tight tee, it's fabric is so thin that you could see that she was wearing a pink neon bra and she paired that with some tight white ripped jeans and some white wedges. If she was here to achieve the angel look, she clearly didn't do it. "How in the world do I look like a cheap woman?" I said. I had enough of this verbal bullying and I had enough of her. She laughed like I said the funniest joke ever and said, "Look at those ripped jeans! Are those from the thrift shop?" She said changing topics, everyone chuckled. I don't see anything funny to what she said though. "Why change topics, Macy? 'cause you can't prove that I am indeed what you say I am?" I told her and there were lots of 'Oohhs' and 'Daayum' in the background. "You!" She snarled at me and got a fistful of my hair and pulled it like there's no tomorrow. I didn't scream though, I have gotten so much worse than that. I wanted to rip this girl to pieces, my wolf knows that and I could feel her slowly taking over but thankfully the principal saw us and called us to his office. She fake cried to the principal, "She was saying words to me, she was bullying me Mr.Principal." She said while sobbing. I rolled my eyes, "What have you got to say, Ms. Somers?" "None." I said. "What? Why?" He said. "'cause I know for a fact that there's nothing I can do when she can act it all out like she's the victim. You have the tape right Mr. Foyer? We have cameras installed the school premises, Why not look at it?" I said. Macy's face totally paled when she realized that there were cameras installed in the school, only I know about that because Mr. Rei
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BONG GO URGES GOV’T TO PRIORITIZE TRANSITION TO E-GOVERNANCE TO MAKE PUBLIC SERVICES MORE ACCESSIBLE, EFFICIENT AND RESPONSIVE TO THE CHANGING TIMES As perennial gaps in the delivery of government services become more evident amid the COVID-19 crisis, Senator Christopher Lawrence "Bong" Go said that it is high time for the government to prioritize the transition of applicable government processes to E-governance with the use of available information and communications technologies. “May mga proseso sa gobyerno na pwedeng mas maisaayos gamit ang makabagong teknolohiya. Mas nakita po natin ito ngayon dahil sa COVID-19 crisis kung saan karamihan ng ating pang-araw araw na transaksyon ay kinailangang mag-evolve,” Go explained. Go said that he is set to file a measure providing for the mandate and institutionalization of a plan for the transition of government transactions and processes to e-governance as the COVID-19 pandemic emphasizes the necessity for the digital transformation of traditional face-to-face public service delivery. E-governance is the utilization of information and communications technology to establish and promote a more efficient and cost-effective government, allowing the public to avail of various government services in a more accessible and convenient manner. It also provides the public access to resources and information, and makes government more transparent and accountable to citizens. According to Go, the current pandemic has demonstrated how e-governance and facilitation of e-services can safeguard the health of many Filipinos and, possibly, their lives. "Dahil sa COVID-19, kinailangan mag-evolve ang mga transaksyon na normally ay kailangang face-to-face. Importante rin na ang gobyerno ay mag transition na rin," Go said. "We should adopt more efficient, responsive and modern ways of transacting with our citizens. This will effectively make the government more in tune to the changing times.” Go also noted that long queues and appointments with government agencies, financial institutions and other public offices contribute to the spread of the pandemic. As such, by championing the transition to e-governance, the Senator said that he can help Filipinos to, not only adapt to the ‘new normal’, but also provide them better and more responsive services towards a ‘better normal’. "Matagal nang hinaing ng ating mga kababayan ang lumang sistema ng kalakaran sa gobyerno. Simpleng permit o lisensya, ilang araw inaabot at kailangang pisikal na pumunta at pumila pa sa mga opisina ng gobyerno. Hindi na po pwede ‘yan ngayon," stressed Go. The transition of the government to the digital age is long overdue, according to Go, as other countries have already been implementing measures in this regard. "In fact, some of our government agencies are already doing it, such as the Bureau of Internal Revenue. My proposed bill simply institutionalizes it for a more cohesive, whole-of-government approach," he explained. Citing the many benefits of the government's digital transformation, Go said that the shift will allow the government become more efficient and accessible to the Filipinos. "It will also widen the government's reach. By making transaction with the government faster, we will reduce red tape. By being transparent, we will eliminate corruption," Go explained. Go, then, said that the e-governance bill is in line with the Duterte Administration's push for a fast, systematic, reliable and compassionate provision of government services for all. Recalling his experience as a long-time aide to President Rodrigo Duterte, Go explained how Davao City eventually became one of the most competitive cities in the country when it introduced various initiatives to fast track the delivery of services through e-governance. As mayor then, Duterte had observed how time-consuming bureaucratic procedures rendered government agencies inefficient. Davao City was one of the LGUs that applied information technology and other e-governance reforms. This includes allowing businesses to download forms for business registra
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"Don't die by falling over Quinn!" A boy shouted down the hallway. Quin carried on walking down the school corridor. Harassment had become a daily occurrence for him but it still bothered him just as much every day and he couldn't help himself but retaliate. Quinn stopped and pushed his glasses back up as they had slipped down from his face. He needed a new pair and just from looking at them, you could tell they were heavily worn. The sides were covered with tape and they didn't even fit straight on his face. Quinn then turned around and immediately gave the middle finger. "I bet you don't even know how many fingers I'm holding up!" The boy clenched his fist and started running towards Quinn. "You level 1 piece of crap! When are you going to learn that you don't belong in this world?" The boy then placed both of his hands together and a green ball of light started to form. When he was only a few meters away from Quinn, the boy threw his hands forward and the green light shot out from the palm of his hands. Quinn had nowhere to go and the beam of light was too fast for him to dodge. All he could do was grit his teeth and bear the pain. As the light hit Quinn, his body was lifted into the air and sent flying backwards into the corridor wall. "What's going on?" One of the students nearby said. "Are they fighting on the last day of school?" A crowd had immediately formed outside as people were interested in what the commotion was about. One of the female students ran over to the damaged part of the wall to check on the student's safety. The dust started to settle and Quinn's slightly curly black hair was coming into view. When eventually the dust all cleared up and the female saw who it was, she immediately backed away and continued her business as if nothing happened. When the female student had returned to her friends, Quinn could see that they were laughing at her. "I can't believe you tried to help him." "I didn't see who it was." The girl retorted with flushed cheeks. After that, Quinn stood up and picked his glasses up off the floor. Once again one of the sides had fallen off. "Dam it. Not again..." It was the last day of school for Quinn and he was hoping just once someone wouldn't try anything with him. Quinn was sick and tired of it and he wasn't the type to ignore it either. He had seen people who had chosen to keep their head down and tolerate the harassment and their treatment was far worse than what he got. Quinn didn't bother to stay at school like the rest of the students. As he walked past, he saw people talking to each other. Some were laughing while some had tears thinking it was the last time they would ever see each other again but Quinn wasn't a part of any of that and he didn't want to be. When he finally arrived home, Quinn immediately got to work. Quinn lived in a single bedroom apartment that had just enough space to fit a single bed and desk. There was also a TV that was part of the wall but Quinn would only use it as background noise and didn't actually watch anything. The apartment was provided to him by the government since he had no living relatives and was still only 16. On top of his bed was a single suit case that had all his belongings neatly packed. When Quinn entered his room, he immediately pulled his drawer open which contained a book inside. It was a large thick book that weighed about half a kilo. The front of the book was black in colour and in the centre, it had a ring with lines going off in all different directions. "Let's try again today." Quinn said as he placed the book on the desk. He then immediately went to his bag to pull out a little test tube which had a clear liquid inside. "Test 112, Hydrochloric acid. Let's see how it goes." Quinn then started to slowly pour the liquid out of the test tube and onto the book. "So far no reaction." Quinn then continued to pour the whole test tube onto the book but still there was no reaction. Quinn carefully examined the book to see if there was any damage done but the book looked the same as always. "Another failure. Why won't you open?
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"Don't die by falling over Quinn!" A boy shouted down the hallway. Quin carried on walking down the school corridor. Harassment had become a daily occurrence for him but it still bothered him just as much every day and he couldn't help himself but retaliate. Quinn stopped and pushed his glasses back up as they had slipped down from his face. He needed a new pair and just from looking at them, you could tell they were heavily worn. The sides were covered with tape and they didn't even fit straight on his face. Quinn then turned around and immediately gave the middle finger. "I bet you don't even know how many fingers I'm holding up!" The boy clenched his fist and started running towards Quinn. "You level 1 piece of crap! When are you going to learn that you don't belong in this world?" The boy then placed both of his hands together and a green ball of light started to form. When he was only a few meters away from Quinn, the boy threw his hands forward and the green light shot out from the palm of his hands. Quinn had nowhere to go and the beam of light was too fast for him to dodge. All he could do was grit his teeth and bear the pain. As the light hit Quinn, his body was lifted into the air and sent flying backwards into the corridor wall. "What's going on?" One of the students nearby said. "Are they fighting on the last day of school?" A crowd had immediately formed outside as people were interested in what the commotion was about. One of the female students ran over to the damaged part of the wall to check on the student's safety. The dust started to settle and Quinn's slightly curly black hair was coming into view. When eventually the dust all cleared up and the female saw who it was, she immediately backed away and continued her business as if nothing happened. When the female student had returned to her friends, Quinn could see that they were laughing at her. "I can't believe you tried to help him." "I didn't see who it was." The girl retorted with flushed cheeks. After that, Quinn stood up and picked his glasses up off the floor. Once again one of the sides had fallen off. "Dam it. Not again..." It was the last day of school for Quinn and he was hoping just once someone wouldn't try anything with him. Quinn was sick and tired of it and he wasn't the type to ignore it either. He had seen people who had chosen to keep their head down and tolerate the harassment and their treatment was far worse than what he got. Quinn didn't bother to stay at school like the rest of the students. As he walked past, he saw people talking to each other. Some were laughing while some had tears thinking it was the last time they would ever see each other again but Quinn wasn't a part of any of that and he didn't want to be. When he finally arrived home, Quinn immediately got to work. Quinn lived in a single bedroom apartment that had just enough space to fit a single bed and desk. There was also a TV that was part of the wall but Quinn would only use it as background noise and didn't actually watch anything. The apartment was provided to him by the government since he had no living relatives and was still only 16. On top of his bed was a single suit case that had all his belongings neatly packed. When Quinn entered his room, he immediately pulled his drawer open which contained a book inside. It was a large thick book that weighed about half a kilo. The front of the book was black in colour and in the centre, it had a ring with lines going off in all different directions. "Let's try again today." Quinn said as he placed the book on the desk. He then immediately went to his bag to pull out a little test tube which had a clear liquid inside. "Test 112, Hydrochloric acid. Let's see how it goes." Quinn then started to slowly pour the liquid out of the test tube and onto the book. "So far no reaction." Quinn then continued to pour the whole test tube onto the book but still there was no reaction. Quinn carefully examined the book to see if there was any damage done but the book looked the same as always. "Another failure. Why won't you open?
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Chapter 1 BREE I finished cooking breakfast at 5:40 AM and quickly went up to my room to have a nice long shower to eliminate stress. As I undressed I looked at the full-length mirror, lots of bruises of my stomach, my sides and a couple of scars when I self-harmed myself because I thought that was the only way, but damn it didn’t work out because Mr. Reid went up to my room. It was Saturday and we had school because last week there was no classes because the teachers went to a teacher’s convention or something? So that’s why we’re making up for the 3 days that they’ve been gone. In my opinion they shouldn’t torture us like this, it’s not our fault that they needed to attend that convention,right? After I dried myself and wore my undergarments I pulled out of the closet my favorite gray shirt that was loose and fits me perfectly, and a pair of black ripped jeans and a pair of classic black and white converse. I don’t use this shirt that much because I love it so much and I didn’t want to overuse it. I dried my hair with my towel and when I was satisfied I put it in a messy bun. I don’t brush my hair, I rarely do it. It just takes time which I lack because I had to clean up the mess that the pack made and such. It was 6:20 when I finished packing my hamster brown jansport bag with my homework, school starts at 7 that’s why when i went down the pack was finished eating and I had time to wash the plates. I washed the plates and wiped the table for any crumbs and went straight to school. I was walking humming to Jon Bellion's "All Time Low". When I looked at my phone it said 6:43 AM. I ran as fast as I could to school and I got there for only 3 minutes. I went to my locker and put my homework for next week there. As I was minding my own business, somebody slammed my locker while my hand was still in there. I could hear my wolf growling inside my head, it is hurt! ‘Can we please shred her to pieces!’ My wolf said to me with clenched teeth. ‘No, we can’t. Mr. Reid might get mad.’ I said to her. My wolf’s name is Katrina, she was there for me when my brother wasn’t and I was thankful that she came early. “What do you want?” I said while rubbing my wrist. “What are you wearing, Slut?!” She shouted causing everyone to look at us. “A shirt and some pants.” I said almost saying ‘duh’. “Well you look like a slut.” She said while putting her hands in her hips. Speaking of slut, this is Macy Richards the pack slut, she moves like she owns the damn school and pack. She was wearing a white sleeveless tight tee, it’s fabric is so thin that you could see that she was wearing a pink neon bra and she paired that with some tight white ripped jeans and some white wedges. If she was here to achieve the angel look, she clearly didn’t do it. “How in the world do I look like a slut?” I said. I had enough of this verbal bullying and I had enough of her. She laughed like I said the funniest joke ever and said, “Look at those ripped jeans! Are those from the thrift shop?” She said changing topics, everyone chuckled. I don’t see anything funny to what she said though. “Why change topics, Macy? 'cause you can’t prove that I am indeed what you say I am?” I told her and there were lots of ‘Oohhs’ and ‘Daayum’ in the background. She snarled at me and got a fistful of my hair and pulled it like there’s no tomorrow. I didn’t scream though, I have gotten so much worse than that. I wanted to rip this girl to pieces, my wolf knows that and I could feel her slowly taking over but thankfully the principal saw us and called us to his office. She fake cried to the principal, “She was saying words to me, she was bullying me Mr.Principal.” She said while sobbing. I rolled my eyes, “What have you got to say, Ms. Somers?” “None.” I said. “What? Why?” He said. “'cause I know for a fact that there’s nothing I can do when she can act it all out like she’s the victim. You have the tape right Mr. Foyer? We have cameras installed the school premises, Why not look at it?” I said. Macy’s face totally paled when she realized that there were cameras
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Now let me tell you about Lotte, who lives up the street from me. I see her almost everyday and I used to think I was her worst nightmare. Let me tell you why: Almost everyday I take my dogs for a walk .And Lotte and her husband have to yell at their dog to stop barking. No big deal, right? Most people do that with their dog. But Lotte? I figured she hated it. So I never used to say hi to her as I walked by because I always had the feeling that she didn’t like the fact that I have two off leash trained dogs and hers go ballistic. But one day I found a way to win her friendship. I noticed Lotte had a muzzle on her dog. I couldn’t help but ask her what the trouble was. “Oh, my dog bit me when I tried to get him to stop barking,” she said. “What have you been doing to stop the barking?” I asked. “I’ve been going to a local dog trainer who told me to throw treats at my dog when he barks.” “That doesn’t work,” I said. Being I wasn’t even on good terms with her, I probably shouldn’t have spoken so frankly, but I couldn’t help myself. “Oh, really?” she said. “What you need to do is address the barking in the moment and stop it without treats,” I said. If you do that, you’ll be much better off. I can send you a program on this.” “I’d like to see it, because I wish my dog were like yours” she said. “I’ll send it tomorrow. It’s going to help a lot. Now, do me a favor,” I said. “What?” “Stop going to local dog trainers, because that doesn’t work either.” “That’s the truth,” she said. “I've been to countless trainers and none of them worked.” “You have?” I said. “Well, at least you know I’m not just standing here blowing smoke. I help a lot of my clients overcome their dog issues without treats. Including those who had already tried everything. What a joke that dog training industry is. You still have the problem.” “Is this shock collar training?” Lotte asked. “No. Not at all. The exercises on the video lesson are what I’ve learned while studying thousands of hours of how mother dogs interact with her pups. I used to have an out of control dog but then I learned these exercises and within a couple days the my dog was calm and off leash trained. And I’m willing to bet that you’ll get similar results.” The next day I sent Lotte my course and told her to use it. Well, guess what? The Monday morning after she watched the tape, when I walked past her house, Lotte looked at me and motioned with her hand. She had a big smile on her face. “Anthony, I watched your video lesson last night. It works. I can’t believe it.” Being Lotte was on the phone, she didn’t say anything else. The suspense was intense. I had to know exactly what she did and what she felt. Once she got off the phone, Lotte said, “I can’t thank you enough. Last night I couldn’t sleep. My dog was barking all night at the cat. I got up and watched your video and did the exercises. It was like a dream. He stopped barking and I fell asleep. That has never happened before.” After studying thousands of hours on how mother dogs train her pups on my grandfathers dog farm I devised the "Dog Training Secrets They Don't Want You To Know" video course. You'll learn my secret method that takes under 1 hour to learn and be able to apply it to your dog by the end of the day. Hurry on over to learn this method NOW (I'm taking it down soon) Tap "Shop Now"
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