5 thoughts on “What was the angriest moment in your whole life?

  1. one of my angriest moment in my life was when i was at shcool and there it was a galery of all the paints of the students my paint was there and that paint take me like 2 months to do it but then there was a little boy playing with a ball and i say to him like two time to stop do it and suddenly then article boy trow the ball and broke my paint i was really angry i start to shout and those things.
    that was my angriest moment in my life

  2. One of the angriest moment in my life was when I was at school and there it was a galeorthographicsry of all the painteword choices of the students my paintword choice was there and the it takestemporal concordance me lierephrase two months to do it but then there was a little boy playing with a ball and I told him like two times to stop playing with the ball and suddenly the little boy throtemporal concordancew the ball and broke my paintword choice I was really angry I starttemporal concordance to shout.

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  3. My angriest moment in my whole life

    It’s disgusting, politicians´ chicanery frauds trust of millions of good citizens. But, more unpleasant is when I have tasted myself the bitter deceit. One year ago, I trusted my dreams in a scholarship application of Conacyt, which is the Mexican Council of science and technology, to study Molecular Medicine in definite article United Kingdom. I was confident that my qualifications were appropriate to be selected among other candidates, but Conacyt put me aside as inferior.

    Suddenly, I felt furious; a tremendous turmoil grew inside me, compared with a querulous eruption. My mouth wanted to utter harshly resentments, and berserk diatribes against the guilty. Then, it came about a solemn calm, I sensed the quietness with my skin, and my hearth stopped beating.

    I thought that it must be a mistake, I asked for a feedback and Conacyt sent me an e-mail. “The relevance of research topic is an unremarkable priority for Mexico. We have other candidates, who hold strong qualifications. Unfortunately, you are not part of this selected group,” asserted the director of Conacyt; a sudden outburst of choleric flames vivified my angriest moment of my whole life! the decision wasnt justified, and I could hardly do something to change it.

    I felt frustration and anger, my four-year bachelor in science was in shreds, my honor degree was destroyed, and my experience in a renowned research center in definite article Unites States was worthless. There were no possible explanations except corruption inside the management of Conacyt, and so it was!

    Conacyt banned two renowned Mexican nanotechnologists, who accused Conacyt’s director of robbery of funds. In February 2010, Nobel laureates sent letters to Mexican president Calderon to revise in depth the case. Well-known scientists from Mexico considered a typical case of deception, because current administration hasn´t worked satisfactorily for development of new technology, and scholarships offer.

    I cannot tolerate corruption, everybody should be indignant that Mexico is still unable to eliminate dishonesty between politicians.

    Great content, Aaron. 🙂

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    Conacyt banned two renowned Mexican nanotechnologists, who accused Conacyt’s director of robbery ofrephrase to avoid using the same word twice funds. In February 2010, Nobel laureates sent letters to Mexican president Calderon to revise in depth the case. Well-known scientists from Mexico considered a typical case of deception because current administration has not worked satisfactorily for development of new technology, and scholarships’ offering.

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  5. One of the angriest moments in my life was when we lost the tournament soccer.
    I was 10 years old, my friends and I went to play the tournament in Atlixco, and it was an exciting experience.
    In the event, I remembered that I scored 10 goals but unfortunately we couldn´t win the trophy.
    In the final match we had bad lucking, only I scored one goal and I didn´t play the 90 minutes because I injured my leg. We cried a lot because we though win the event.
    When we came back at the school, the principal gave us a present for the second place.
    For the next year, we didn’t play preposition needed the tournament because our coach left the school.

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