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Life With Nick Sammons

The United States may be on its way to being free of the Zika virus. The travel ban on the Miami neighborhood with a known Zika presence has now been lifted after 45 days of no new recorded transmissions. Authorities still warn to avoid all mosquito bites in the area, but the ban has been…

You are More Than The Mirror Suggests

When we look in a mirror, we see what’s commonly known as a ‘mirror image’ of ourselves. This is because left and right are reversed, so that when you move your left hand, the right hand of the person in the mirror moves, instead of the left. You’ve probably noticed that you look different in…

The Uncertain Future of Technology

I had a deep and revelatory dream in which I metaphorically saw that we are all going to be mind-controlled by technology. Technology has more control over our lives than ever before, partly because of what it can bring to us, but also because there is a lot of money to be made out of…

Ask Nick: the Know-All Freshman (5/6/16)

What caused Casa Alba to close and when will they realistically reopen? Due to the name being racially offensive, Casa Alba was shut down by social justice warriors. Said warriors now maintain a strong point there under the guise of a nonprofit puppy rescue crew. Never trust nonprofit puppy rescue crews. If you see any…

The Know-All Freshman part three

What’s the worst superpower? I’m not really a fan of negativity, so I’m going to talk about the best superpower. The best superpower would be the ability to sense what dogs want. Too many times, my dog jumps up on me and whines like he wants something but then return a blank gaze when I…

Ask Nick: The Know-All Freshman (3/29/16)

I’ve been having trouble lately with my new velcro strap shoes. I only ever learned how to tie knots with laces, and tying velcro straps is rather difficult. Any help? Yes, a classic case of new shoes. Recently, I got a pair of blue shoes, and lemme tell ya, they’re tricky. To start tying my…

Ask Nick: 2/27/16

 February 25 How do porcupines mate? Props to whoever asked this question, because it actually piqued my curiosity. So first, nose rubbing occurs, and if the female accepts the notion, the male will then urinate on the female (no joke), and the female will decide if the male lives up to her standards. If the…

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