Still running words and phrases through this. The AI can be quite disturbed.
Jesus and Mohammad walk into a bar. The two men tell him to return to the mosque immediately, but the three continue their rampage, stabbing several people and setting a fire in one of the nearby homes. Afterwards, they go outside the mosque, which is owned and operated by Allah. The two men then head out onto the street, where they meet another woman, wearing the red veil that prevents her from being seen wearing a hijab. A witness told news.rs/2WNx0FZ that five other young men who had attended the mosque attended as well. Abdullah’s brother told the crowd that they were attacked on the street by a group of youths who were throwing knives at them and beating up some of them. Al Sharpton tweeted that at least one of the attackers had a knife and had taken it out while shouting “go ahead and rape girls #Abdullah”. When members of Parliament who were there immediately called the police to the scene, Mohammed and his associates came out of that building and attempted to rape the three young assailants, before shouting “Allah is great”. One of the attackers, who is identified as Mohammad Aziz, was taken in critical condition by a local hospital, and another was taken under police guard to the local morgue and was admitted in hospital. The two brothers reportedly escaped after being arrested – but it was later revealed that they had actually fled to Syria –
Harry and Hermione kissed as they walked over to their own bedroom. The other boys had arrived in seconds and were talking about the big picture. Harry sat up and began to open his eyes briefly. “Who are we…?” Hermione looked up at him. It seemed to be him. “Um, who really are you guys. Just a few people. A few people that I know are a bit different now… but a lot more serious…” Harry pulled his shirt over his face and held it up to Hermione who began to cry out for attention. They then took off their own clothes, put them to their other side. Hermione was so shocked. “Wake up, guys, it’s really a day for you. I didn’t know much about what we did. But I guess you got pretty far.” After a few minutes of going around talking, Hermione opened her mouth to speak. “Um, we thought it’d be good if you had some… uh…” Harry reached over and pulled her back again, taking her by the shoulders and kissed her on the lips. “I can see what do you mean because I don’t really understand you, don’t I?” Hermione asked. “What?” Harry said.
Baby yoda" is a phrase we often hear over and over again. These children and young people are often given the title of “yoda” and told that if they do anything other than watch Star Wars, then they need to live off of candy. As many of us grow up, though, we are told that these candy-eaters need to die. According to a review of over 70 popular film titles, children and kids of the 1990s and 2000s were the first to have been told that “Star Wars” will ultimately end up in jail. “But before that, before that, before that, before that, what was this great dream to become the next Disney,” says a New York-based writer and filmmaker in his latest retrospective of the franchise, which appears on film site The Big Ten Network. From “The Big Bang Theory” to “The Avengers,” the director of the Star Wars movies, George Lucas was often quick to jump back into the fight against the status quo. So in 1998, two years after the fall of the Soviet Union, Lucas and then-producer Bob Iger gave his version of the character a sequel with the same name: “The Return of the Jedi.” While “Return” made great movies, the movie was not a blockbuster. It didn’t offer much in the way of action or anything like that for the young audience. The audience was taught to watch, and not as carefully, for