12 ways to make a turkey. 7 ways to use a pencil. 31 ways to know you're going to go to mars one day somehow. If you're part of a social network, you know it's impossible to scroll through your news feed and not see at least 30 of these articles posted. Here are 6 things to post instead.
We are a share-everything generation. Once we experience something we have to immediately tell the world, via social media or the internet. Because of this, avoiding spoilers is almost impossible (unless you live in a bomb shelter with no outside contact). Staying in the loop with the media almost guarantees you will never experience any surprises, twists or anything cool. Building anticipation and putting lots of time into movies, TV shows, video games, and books really allows you to get the most out of that particular story. SPOILER-ALERT: I’m about to explain why spoilers suck.
Freedom of speech is a very important issue in this country. The invention of the internet made the right to speak your mind a cultural phenomenon. Social media, smartphones, and blogs allow anyone to say basically anything they want. You can complain, criticize, and be opinionated about whatever you want. But to be frank, the majority of what people have to say is either insane, inappropriate or just irrelevant.
R.A.N.T. is a blog fueled by intense enthusiasm for notable subjects in the world. Our writers ramble about these topics based on pure opinion, which is better than your opinion, I might add. There is no topic, idea, thought, philosophy, or belief that our team will not tackle.
Rambling About Notable Topics is also in podcast form! Check the blog regularly for audio episodes hosted by Kyle Cicilioni where he and his guests will engage in debates, arguments, and and silly quarrels about a different topic each episode.