Man: lt;igt; united 1523,lt;/igt; lt;igt; did you hear your company.lt;/igt; lt;igt; did you hear, uh.lt;/igt; MAN 2: lt;igt; We were justlt;/igt; lt;igt; answering your call.lt;/igt; lt;igt; We did hearlt;/igt; lt;igt; that yelling, too.lt;/igt; (OVERLAPPING RADIO CHATTER) MAN 3: lt;igt; We couldn’t telllt;/igt; lt;igt; what it was either.lt;/igt; MAN 4: lt;igt; United 93.lt;/igt;.
Man 5: lt;igt; has he turnedlt;/igt; lt;igt; to the east now?lt;/igt; MAN 6: lt;igt; Please statelt;/igt; lt;igt; your emergency.lt;/igt; WOMAN: lt;igt; The flight attendantlt;/igt; lt;igt; is advising our repslt;/igt; lt;igt; that the pilotlt;/igt; lt;igt; and everyone’s been stabbed.lt;/igt; WOMAN 2: lt;igt; And we can’t breathe.lt;/igt; lt;igt; I don’t know. I thinklt;/igt; lt;igt; we’re getting hijacked.lt;/igt;.
Man 7: lt;igt; .hijacked aircraftlt;/igt; lt;igt; headed towards new york.lt;/igt; MAN 8: lt;igt; Is this real worldlt;/igt; lt;igt; or exercise?lt;/igt; lt;igt; No, this is not an exercise.lt;/igt; WOMAN: lt;igt; Can anybodylt;/igt; lt;igt; get up to the cockpit?lt;/igt; WOMAN 2: lt;igt; What’s going on, Betty?lt;/igt; lt;igt; Betty, talk to me.lt;/igt;.
Man 9: lt;igt; a plane just crashedlt;/igt; lt;igt; into the world trade center.lt;/igt; WOMAN 2: lt;igt; I thinklt;/igt; lt;igt; we might have lost her.lt;/igt; MAN 10: lt;igt; Hey, Mom,lt;/igt; lt;igt; I’m sure that you’ve heardlt;/igt; lt;igt; that a plane crashedlt;/igt; lt;igt; into World Trade Center One.lt;/igt; lt;igt; We’re fine. We’re inlt;/igt; lt;igt; World Trade Center Two.lt;/igt; WOMAN 3: lt;igt; I’m on a planelt;/igt; lt;igt; that’s been hijacked.lt;/igt;.
lt;igt; i hope to be able tolt;/igt; lt;igt; see your face again, baby.lt;/igt; lt;igt; I love you. Bye.lt;/igt; MAN 11: lt;igt; We got reports oflt;/igt; lt;igt; another incoming plane.lt;/igt; lt;igt; We may have to take coverlt;/igt; lt;igt; in the stairwell.lt;/igt; (MAN SCREAMING) (OVERLAPPING CHATTER).
Man 12: lt;igt; lieutenant brown,lt;/igt; lt;igt; ladder 18. one of the towerslt;/igt; lt;igt; just collapsed.lt;/igt; WOMAN 4: lt;igt; Hello, ma’am?lt;/igt; WOMAN 5: lt;igt; Help!lt;/igt; MAN 13: lt;igt; That towerlt;/igt; lt;igt; just came downlt;/igt; lt;igt; on top of everybody!lt;/igt; WOMAN 6: lt;igt; Are theylt;/igt; lt;igt; gonna be able to getlt;/igt; lt;igt; somebody up here?lt;/igt; WOMAN 7: lt;igt; Of course, ma’am.lt;/igt; lt;igt; We’re coming up to you.lt;/igt;.
lt;igt; well,lt;/igt; lt;igt; there’s no one here yet,lt;/igt; lt;igt; and the floor’slt;/igt; lt;igt; completely engulfed.lt;/igt; lt;igt; We’re on the floorlt;/igt; lt;igt; and we can’t breathe.lt;/igt; lt;igt; Hold onlt;/igt; lt;igt; one second, please.lt;/igt; lt;igt; I’m gonna die,lt;/igt; lt;igt; aren’t I?lt;/igt; lt;igt; No, no, no, no, no, no!lt;/igt;.
lt;igt; i’m gonna die.lt;/igt; lt;igt; Ma’am.lt;/igt; lt;igt; I’m gonna die,lt;/igt; lt;igt; I know it.lt;/igt; lt;igt; Stay calm,lt;/igt; lt;igt; stay calm, stay calm.lt;/igt; lt;igt; Please, God.lt;/igt; lt;igt; You’re doinglt;/igt; lt;igt; a good job, ma’am.lt;/igt;.
Weed Documentary 2016 High School Marijuana in an American Public High School
I was with my cousins and we went to the park and they were all in high school and there like try this and so I smoked some purple weed with them it was like grand daddy purp or something, it was something weird and like I got so fucking high and then from then on we just always go to the park and then they would always give me a bunch of free weed because they thought it was funny that I was in the fifth grade and smoked and then I was like actually hanging out people and like a lot of those people are now in jail. I smoke every day.
Before school at lunch on my way home from school and then when i get back to my house i smoke and then usullay I like leave come down here smoke a bunch more and then go back to my house and smoke and then shower and then smoke and go to bed. I could smoke more. I really would It’s pretty much a microcosim of Portland Public Schools. it’s seventy percent white 3o percent nonwhite. would say predominantly middleclass to.
I would say predominatly middle class to upper middle class. it’s a very good school people it’s a school people want to school people want to go into I know that there are people who live in other attendance areas and to the play the address game to get here it’s highly regarded because of the IB program speech and debate mansion just generally seen as a good place to be attractive brand recognition he only chronic I have is just chronic headaches from having to do so much work. Everyone I know smokes weed. I probably know like three people that don’t smoke but they probably.
Have smoke weed and we’ll smoke wit me but they’re not smokers Cause it’s everywhere in Portland at least you know I mean like shout out to everybody who’s gone all their life without smoking weed like good for you like damn that’s hard to do I think it’s rampant I think everybody is used to be used to be kinda it seemed like it was more of a culture certain people would use it now I think it.
Athletes i think it’s scholars i think it’s everybody i mean i don’t think there’s a clear cut line who use his friend who does it I think it’s more about norm. it’s so easy for it weed to the point where it’s like he’s using getting water mornings I swear I smoked weed before I even ate anything in school outside of school in a car outside of North everywhere it’s eight people who don’t care what the smoke weed anymore you know it seems like.
Every time i go out and i seek out information about one of my wrestlers or maybe somebody in my class uses I’m always surprised that it’s more than I thought and I always kind of assumed the worse it’s always more always more than I expected kids who regularly smoke and I’m not talking about once a month reais smoked joint behind my garage or something like that talking about.
Regular usage or even coming to school i think that shows that something else that something is not right to paraphrase madeleine something is now why do you need to put yourself in that state to come to school it was mostly just like I would get really terrible in the school if it’s an anxiety issue what the root causes of that anxiety schools and high schools and much better then smoking was just seems so much better than going to class and being miserable.
But i dropped out of school and i’m getting my ged but yeah i’m just skip like basically every class to smoke weed just meet up with friends and smoke middle school only smoke like once a week like a big deal just get so high but the more you smoke the morning tollerance goes up than you needed more to feel you can start smoking weed I could start smoking weed is just a matter of like do you really want to just a matter of why not need.