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For most children cheating in exams usually involves writing some answers on your palm and later gazing on a black smudge which is no help at all.
One German student however has perfected the discipline, and if you don’t agree with his reasoning you have to at least admit he has gusto.
Simon Schräder, from Münster filed the German equivalent of a freedom of information request to see the questions in a test he was due to take.
While he might be savvy, the 17-year-old’s forward planning skills aren’t too sharp, as freedom of information requests legally need to be replied to within one month – meaning Simon should get his response on April 21 at the latest, but his first exam is on April 16.
He told the Guardian: ‘I did think beforehand that they probably wouldn’t send me the exams. I’m already revising, and I’m not relying on them to get back to me.
‘I thought it was worth a try; I just wanted to see what they would say.’
Simon’s stunt has even landed him with a job offer from transparency- related search website Correctiv, which he says he will accept if he has time before starting university.
Sylvia Löhrmann, a spokeswoman from Fragdenstaat.de, where Simon made the request, simply said the reuqest is ‘being processed’, however a blog post from the organisation was a little more skeptical, adding that ‘requests will be turned down if they would “significantly impact the success of an upcoming administrative measure”‘.
‘The Mufti of Saudi Arabia said it is evidence of the sacrifice of women and obedience to her husband.’
But religious authorities denied he made such claims.
Khalid ben Abdel-Rahman El-Shaye, assistant secretary general of the Global Commission for Introducing the Messenger, affiliating to the Muslim World League, told CNN Arabic: ‘The truth is that this is fabricated and made up from its basis.
‘These ill thoughts cannot come from any Muslim, regardless of a great scholar who Muslims refer to from around the world.’
A paramedic who had worked for more than 11 hours without a break has been suspended for refusing to answer a 999 call.
Edmund Daly was on overnight duty when a call came in to help a 43-year-old woman who was believed to be pregnant and was vomiting and feeling dizzy.
A standards hearing was told that Mr Daly, a team leader for London Ambulance Service, wanted to ‘finish his shift on time’.
He has worked for the service for 30 years with an unblemished record.
The hearing was also told that the woman ended up waiting 90 minutes before being taken to hospital in Kingston.
Julian Weinberg, chairman of the Health and Care Professions Council, said his actions ‘seriously undermines public confidence in the profession.’
He said: ‘As a paramedic and as a team leader, he failed to make service users his main concern. (Daly) has also not demonstrated any remorse for his actions and such misconduct seriously undermines public confidence in the profession.
‘However, the panel has taken into account that this was an isolated incident in the registrant’s 30-year unblemished history of service as a paramedic and that it occurred after an 11-hour shift without a rest break.’
Daly’s ambulance controller told the hearing she was ‘disappointed’ at his behaviour, saying it was a ‘bonus’ for paramedics to finish their shifts on time and they were expected to work late when necessary.
Daly, who did not attend the hearing, had faced one count of misconduct.
In a written statement he asked the panel to consider health problems as a mitigating factor, as well as an incident involving a call to a fire in 2009 that had a ‘profound’ effect on him.
Rafah zoo owner, Mohammad Juma, explained the situation: ‘Because of the amount of animals, the bad economical situation, lack of leisure activities and that you don’t have enough food or money… this (situation) would make you sell anything you have to save the rest of the animals!’
Most of the zoo animals in Gaza have been hauled into the isolated territory through smuggling tunnels linking the territory to Egypt.
On her ‘A Series of Comebacks’ YouTube videos she also advises running a man over if he criticises a woman’s driving, and adds if you’re told to know your place you should respond by saying ‘it’s number one, bitches’.
And if anyone asks you whether you’re going to eat something unhealthy just tell them ‘you have no idea how many calories I burn putting up with your s**t.’
Now you’re armed with this information hopefully you’re never stuck for retaliatory insults again.