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Gracias a todos y cada uno de vosotros y vosotras.

Duro y cruel es este mundo que no para al saber que en una pequeña localidad mexicana de un día para otro se asesinan cruelmente a 43 personas. Injusto es este mundo cuando quiénes deben velar por el pueblo ordenan asesinar a 43 jóvenes. Inaceptable es que sean las manos de policías quienes quiten la vida a 43 estudiantes, quienes transporten sus cuerpos, les quemen y entierren sin importarles que estén vivos o muertes. Vomitivo es que el propio Alcalde y sus policías sean los ejecutores de los narcotraficantes.

Triste, pero humano, es que haya personas que sucumban al miedo y se escondan en el silencio.

Esperanzador y digno de agradecer es que haya personas que no hayan parado de buscar y señalar a los culpables hasta que han sido detenidos.

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Gracias a cada todos y cada uno de vosotros y vosotras que habéis demostrado que  aun a pesar de la gente vil, son las buenas personas como vosotros y vosotras quienes hacéis girar a este nuestro mundo.

Gratificante es saber que la educación sigue siendo el arma más poderosa.  43  ya NO futuros maestros y maestras que se formaban para educar, dieron su vida para hacer posible un lugar donde la educación fuese coherente. Gracias, descansad en paz

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A breakdown of the Houston Texans 2017 draft class and its progress after two weeks of training camp:

Deshaun Watson, QB, first round (No. 12 overall): Watson has impressed the Texans’ coaching staff since he stepped into the building in Houston, and that continued in the Texans' preseason opener, where he went 15-of-25 for 179 yards passing and had a 15-yard rushing touchdown. Head coach Bill O’Brien said Watson was right about the offensive scheme about half the time -- “to be expected with a rookie" -- but he also liked Watson’s “poise and demeanor and the way that he sees the game.” Tom Savage is still the Texans’ starting quarterback and will likely start Week 1, but Watson is pushing him during training camp for that starting job.Zach Cunningham, ILB, second round (No. 57): Cunningham won’t be a starter right away for the Texans, but O’Brien said he was happy with what he did in his NFL debut on Wednesday against the Carolina Panthers. The rookie had a team-high seven tackles in the game, a few which came right on the spot after a completed pass. DeAndre Hopkins JerseysThe Texans don’t have a lot of depth at linebacker, Jadeveon Clowney Jerseysand Cunningham could be the eventual replacement for veteran Brian Cushing.

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