Captain America: The Winter Soldier follows none other than Captain America(Chris Evans) as he finds out who he really needs to trust. Is S.H.I.E.L.D. who they say they are? Are they really protecting people, or putting them in fear? Can Nick Fury(Samuel L. Jackson) be trusted? Can anyone be trusted? Who and what is the Winter Soldier? These are just a few of the questions raised during this political thrillers runtime, and boy is it one heck of a ride.
Spring Break 2014 is just around the corner, though it doesn't feel like it with the crazy winter we are still having. Never fear, for here at the Papyrus we have been compiling a list of travel tips for you. Whether you are going on a road trip, flying, or just going back home to be with family, these tips will help you to have the best Spring Break possible.
In this finale episode, Jake and Austin have GC's very own president, Ivan Filby on to discuss a variety of topics including: why did he choose Greenville? What is he currently doing for the students on campus? Differences in American and British culture and of course, when did his love for Doctor Who begin?
Germany, Brazil, and Mexico are just a few friends that America has been spying on. According to learning.blogs.nytimes.com, Germany is mad that America has been spying on their Chancellor, Angela Merkel. I don’t think that it’s appropriate for America to spy on their allies, because they are supposed to trust in each other. But when our country is betraying their friends’ trust, others may not stand for it much longer and might stop cooperating and might even take revenge. Honestly, America shouldn’t push for enemies, it’s already bad that President Obama has been trying to regain the trust of their allies. Even though Europe seems to think he’s already spying on them, like former president George W. Bush was.
One of the definitions of consumerism from Dictionary.com was, “The concept that an ever-expanding consumption of goods is advantageous to the economy.” This definitely describes a lot of America. Consumerism and materialism have grown in the country to the point that people are never satisfied. They always need more. Maybe consumerism is good for the economy. But it is not good for people.
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