1) Praise The Lord - A$AP ROCKY Ft. Skepta. *Author(s): A$AP ROCKY (Rakim Mayers) is 31 years old, original from the Harlem neighborhood in Manhattan, New York, and Skepta (Joseph Junior Adenuga) is 37 years old, original from Tottenham, London, UK. *Song name: Praise The Lord *Album: Testing *Released: June 26, 2018 *Genre: Hip Hop *Youtube view count: 248,319,558
Last summer I visited a virgin beach down in Mexico for my cousin's birthday; it was a good time. I was swimming in the sea when something caught my eye back at the shore, it was a dog, but it wasn’t the typical dog. I was looking at a Xoloitzcuintli (the one in the picture), rapidly I rushed to the shore to take a closer look at this magisterial dog.
I took sometime to do research and write about the benefits of legalizing marijuana. To be more familiar with the topic I included some background of the history of marijuana. I hope you enjoy reading this article!
For the past couple weeks I been constantly asking myself what is love and how do we identify it? And I say that because love is not something that we can't see, but we can feel it...
Many people might not know, but plastic has been important for human evolution, and we use it for multiple things. The problem with plastic is that it doesn’t just disappear; it sticks around for hundreds of years and sometimes it ends up in the natural environment, mostly on the ocean. Plastics can get to the ocean in different ways; for example, the rain and winds can drag plastics to the ocean, but that’s not the only way they can get to the ocean, another common way is through storm drains. When plastics reach the ocean, they never break down completely, instead they turn into really small pieces called microplastics that can be dangerous for marine life. A study run by the Monterey Bay Aquarium shows that small ocean animals are consuming microplastic particles; yes, those are the same ocean creatures that we consume. These microplastic particles mainly come from consumer products like plastic water bottles and product packaging, but not all plastics in the ocean get to break down into microplastics, sometimes plastics end up being eaten by large ocean animals, which is really dangerous for them because their digestive system can get clogged up. Once their digestive system is clogged up, the animal stops receiving the nutrition that they need and end up dying with their stomachs full of plastic (“Plastic pollution”). I believe we should become more aware of the problems that plastics are bringing to the ocean and worry about finding a way to take plastics out of the ocean and planning on what to do with those plastics after they out of the ocean.