Aaaaahhhhh! I can’t think of anything at all to write, and nobody reads the posts from January anymore because all seven people that have ever been on my site now have read everything or stopped caring. Also, views on the wiffle ball youtube page are down, which is disappointing because the quality of videos continues […]Read more "There’s nothing to say!"
Due to impending AP/IB tests and baseball season’s incredible ability to take over every possible second of free time, the President Henry blog has been unfortunately quiet over the past several days (weeks, months, I don’t even remember the last time I wrote something worth posting). However, several exciting events have necessitated the return to dumping my […]Read more "Back By Popular Demand"
That’s what the Acela Express could do, if the tracks it ran on were upgraded. The Acela express is a highish speed train line that runs from Washington DC to Boston with limited stops, covering the distance in about 7 hours. Its faster time schedule, onboard wifi and relatively new train carriages have allowed Amtrak […]Read more "DC to New York in under 2 hours."
March Distractedness is a bit like March Madness: it involves collegiate basketball and and it drags down everyone’s grades. Where it differs from the NCAA tournament is that March Distractedness (in addition to being a term I made up) does not make a billion dollars in involves only watching basketball. March Distractedness is what I am […]Read more "An explanation of March Distractedness"
If you were wondering why drivers sometimes make incredibly strange turns and entirely dangerous lane changes, or really any other stupid driving decision, you’re in luck, because after 2.6 years of research I have found the source of the issue. That source: the hallways of our nation’s high schools. Despite signs on the stairs directing which side to go […]Read more "[Bad driving] school"
I think I’ve lived in Arlington for 6 years, and other than one massive snowstorm in 2010, winter here hasn’t been that impressive. Until now. Today’s high temperature is 16 degrees. The wind chill was -5 when I went to school, which was at 10 o’clock because the busses were too cold to start on time. […]Read more "It’s really cold"
The entirety of this post is me linking to my new (and currently almost empty) youtube channel. Because if there’s one thing the world needs, it’s multiple youtube channels run by me. You can click on the image to visit the youtube page. Or if you want, you can just click here: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCdJ2vam9YLEXyGGBXNtWskg and to visit the […]Read more "Self Promoting Post"
My mom wrote a blog post about donuts and it got her like 6 followers or something (related note, my mom and dad both have blogs as well) (related note to the related note, my family is totally not weird) So I’m also writing a post about donuts, because I am a glutton for attention. […]Read more "Doughnuts!"
Operating under the misguided opinion that other people really want to know more about me, or my shoes, I now present to you part two of high school. Year two of high school, in case you forgot, is sophomore year. In what can only be described as a massive switch in lifestyle choices, I adjusted my wardrobe […]Read more "Henry’s Life By Shoes: Sophomore Year"
I was inspired by my friend Sadie, who also made a post about her life through shoes. Interestingly, hers contained exactly two pairs of shoes, which shows a remarkable consistency in shoe choice for a person that has lived 17 years. I, on the other hand, go through shoes at the rate of your average boy. […]Read more "Henry’s Life By Shoes: Freshman Year"