SpineOut : February 2014
8 the final frontier Igetallofmyteethby the time I am five years old. After that, they just keep getting longer. You can tell howoldIam by how many teeth I have. Everybody’s heard of Phar Lap! He was the wonder horse winning so many races including the Melbourne Cup. He died in quite suspicious circumstances, many people thinking he was poisoned. But did you know that his skin is now exhibited as a taxidermy in Museum Victoria, his skeleton is on display in a New Zealand museum and you can see his heart, which was twice as big as that of a normal horse, in the National Museum, Canberra. Despite suffering from cerebral palsy, Jacqueline won gold medals in every event she competed in during the 2012 Paralympic Games. That’s eight gold medals! She is now a motivational speaker helping to inspire other athletes w ith disabilities. Jacqueline Freney to the Bullying. No way! Coming up on 21 March is the National Day of Action against Bullying and Violence. It’s a day to strengthen the message that bullying is not okay in our schools, and gives students, teachers, and parents a chance to stand up together against bullying and violence. www.bullyingnoway.gov.au for more information and to register for the day! ISSUE 21 // FEBRUARY - MARCH 2014 home // rad reviews // reporter of the month // diverse verses // more rad reviews // inked out // even more rad reviews // the final frontier Need Help?