In the fifth movie of Mission Impossible, Ethan Hunt (Tom Cruise) gets captured and wakes up in a locked room. A man walks in with a briefcase, which, when opened, contains a plethora of knives, hammers, drills, and very sharp scissors. As Tom Cruise looks at the knives, his eyes widen. This was how I … Continue reading Mission Impossible and my Wisdom Teeth
In my eyes, my skills at composition of poetry are questionable, but you know what’s more questionable? The healthcare system of the U.S., because in a society that claims to have good human rights standards, it’s impossible to justify letting people die in the name of capitalism.
This article will probably seem significantly less academic than the last one, or at the very least of less importance, but I assure you it isn’t. The other day, I went to our school cafeteria. I whipped out my lunch card (which I had recently found after having lost it for over three months) and … Continue reading Raisins: the antagonists of the culinary world