Ah! The english language – the first subject that I was involved with in school that I excelled at… but also probably one of the worst subjects I was involved with. Unlike many other languages that have a basic format that can be used time and time again and make perfect sense, English continues to confuse people and students alike. In many circumstances, there are different spellings for the same place or thing (grey vs gray, disc vs. disk, ax vs. axe, etc.). For theater (or is it theatre), there are two spellings, but what are the rules when using them? Continue reading
Back in the glory days of public education when I attended Upper Sandusky High School in Upper Sandusky, Ohio (not where Cedar Point is) from 2011 to 2015, I sat at lunch with a couple of friends of mine – one, of which, loved Indiana Jones. My friend’s name was Brian (coincidentally, his birthday was yesterday)
Brian would rave about his favorite movie series and reference the iconic scenes. Being polite, I would just smile, nod, and laugh when necessary. However, with re-watching Disney films taking up the majority of my televised entertainment, I was never able to find time to watch Indiana Jones. Not to mention, when the series were on television, I would always find myself switching the channels during the commercials seeing if there were anything else being broadcast that evening.