Get this: I go through about a 16 oz. jar of REAL brand Peanut Butter per week. The tasty smoothness of their creamy recipe is something I find irresistible. The ingredients are simple; “Real”, you might say. All it contains is roasted peanuts and less than 1% salt. That’s shear brilliance in my estimation, especially when compared to the fake alternative that mostly consists of shortening and high fructose corn syrup. However, on the label of this delicious spread is the ingredients, as listed above, and then this statement DIRECTLY below it: “Contains: peanuts.” So… if it’s REAL peanut butter… and the only ingredient of any significance is peanuts… wouldn’t it stand to reason… ? I’m not sayin’, I’m just sayin’.
A handfull of days ago the entire student body got an e-mail. It made the declaration that two weeks into the semester classes are cancelled and homework and prayer room requirements are null and void until September. Who was it sent by? Well, it was signed by the Student Goverment Association and the school’s Communications Team. Was it legit? No. But props to the person without a conscience who managed to hack into their account. I think I chuckled a little when I heard what happened, but now I have coffee on my lap and an assignment due. Not my day, I guess.