I have heard many young people saying the strangest thing lately: “water is not wet.” This claim, including the arguments surrounding it, has been made into tweets, memes, and been shared all over social media.
I do enjoy the groovy social medias of today’s youth; However, I feel the need to weight in on the debate. My unpopular opinion: water is wet.
I don’t want to spoil anything, but the plot of the new Avengers movie is as follows:
The US government has had possession of the last Infinity stone for centuries. The founding fathers hid it and left a trail of clues to its whereabouts, creating a scavenger hunt of sorts for bounty hunters or patriotic do-gooders.
Well, the time has come. And it’s up to the nation’s elite to find the last infinity stone to ward off an Earth-ending attack by Thanos and his army. The fate of the world falls on Benjamin Gates.
Avengers 3: National Treasure 3
Check out the exciting conclusion to the story in the video below:
Bucket lists are funny things; each bullet is like a goal but lacks any sort of plan that leads to achievement. Unlike a goal list, a bucket list serves as a list of things it would be cool to do but require more effort than I really want to put in.
I haven’t ever created my own list of things I’m too lazy to actually work for, so I thought I’d make one and share it for anyone to see.
Set foot on all 7 continents, including Antarctica
See the Wonders of the World, Ancient, New, and Natural
Attend a live episode of “Wait, Wait, Don’t Tell Me”
I’ve always been a little husky (chubby; I’m not a dog), but I’ve always been active and never considered myself fat. I just felt uncomfortable taking off my shirt at the beach, or anywhere for that matter. But it was never a serious problem–until college.