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How to win this year’s Republican Primary

Posted on September 15, 2011 by Andrew Henry in Henry's Head, Perspectives

To win the upcoming Republican Primary, the candidates will have to overcome a tricky political juggling act. As such, I present these suggestions on how to win the Republican primary. 1: Don’t be Michele Bachmann: She makes Sarah Palin look like Julie Andrews. In particular, her stance on gay rights.  In an interview with David […]

Cloudy, with a chance of unreliable forecasts

Posted on September 11, 2011 by Andrew Henry in Perspectives

Andrew Henry examines the weathermen

I know I’m not the only person out there who has lost faith in weathermen in recent years. Just this summer, I witnessed one straight week of weather forecasts such as “partly cloudy, with a chance of rain and thunder.” There apparently was a 100 percent chance of arbitrary forecasts, but the weatherman forgot to […]

Henry: Beyond trend, superheroes will endure

Posted on May 02, 2011 by Andrew Henry in Perspectives

Everyone has dreamed of having superpowers. Maybe you were a kid on the playground, fantasizing about using laser vision to zap a bully, or just an adult on a bus wishing you could stop the guy in the next seat from sleeping on your shoulder. Now more than ever, the cult of superheroes is thriving […]

We’re all antisocialists now

Posted on April 10, 2011 by Andrew Henry in Perspectives

Imagine yourself at a relaxation seminar and one of the gurus asks you to picture yourself void of all communication, whether it be a laptop, a smartphone or any electronics. In theory, this should be relaxing; you don’t have to worry about all the hubbub and gossip amongst friends or family. In reality, it’s quite […]

Be kind to your neighborhood monster

Posted on March 15, 2011 by Andrew Henry in News, Perspectives

By monsters I mean vampires, zombies, werewolves, etc. You know, the ones that are seemingly mocked in today’s society. How would the monsters feel if they were here today? Have you ever thought about their rights? Well, recently, I have, so much so that I don’t hesitate for a moment to now call myself an […]

How to win an Oscar

Posted on March 07, 2011 by Andrew Henry in Perspectives

Are you one of the many people constantly worried that they aren’t getting the proper recognition for wanting to be famous? Do you constantly feel the need to be on a screen? Well, you may be a perfect candidate for an Academy Award. Winning this coveted trophy solidifies one’s place in pop culture history forever and leads […]

Caught in the commercial rabbit hole

Posted on February 13, 2011 by Andrew Henry in Perspectives

“We need Pepsi. Lots of Pepsi.” What if Neo had uttered this line, rather than calling for a stockpile of guns in the 1999 film “The Matrix”? I’ve developed a concern for placement, especially after viewing the most recent Super Bowl. After watching the plethora of product ads during this year’s game, I’m convinced that […]