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Jack Scott, Staff Writer

John Charles “Jack” Scott is a senior at North Forsyth High School in Cumming, Forsyth County, Georgia, United States, North America, Northern Hemisphere, Earth, Solar System, Local Interstellar Cloud, Local Bubble, Orion Arm, Milky Way Galaxy, Local Galaxy Group, Known Universe. Jack is world-famous for inventing the sovereign nation of New Zealand, assassinating Julies Caesar and single-handedly eradicating smallpox. He is a nerd about flags and history and can name most countries’ flags, except for those green-yellow-red ones in Central and West Africa that all look the same. He also has the locations of most of the world’s countries memorized, so ask him if you ever need to know where Kyrgyzstan is.

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Atlanta United will begin play on March 5 with a home game against the New York Red Bulls. The team will then play three more games that month: an away game against Minnesota United FC on March 12, a home game against Chicago Fire on March 18 and an away game against the Seattle Sounders FC on March 31.

What is Atlanta United FC?

Jack Scott, Staff Writer
April 12, 2017
Hans woke up from his coma to find a world radically changed from the one he left in 1940.  Photo Source: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pbNEeAAiIKk

Seven Decades

Jack Scott, Staff Writer
March 1, 2017
Make sure that you are registered to vote several months in advance of the election you plan to vote in. Many states do not allow people to register on the day of an election, with cutoff dates usually being a few weeks beforehand.

Get Out and Vote

Jack Scott, Staff Writer
January 10, 2017
Mount Rushmore Elected President

Mount Rushmore Elected President

Jack Scott, Staff Writer
January 5, 2017
It has become somewhat of a running joke that Bing provides embarrassingly low-quality search results compared to Google. In practice, however, that is proven simply untrue. Google and Bing provide very similar search results, contradictory to common knowledge.

North Forsyth Switches to Bing

Jack Scott, Staff Writer
February 17, 2016
Canada’s most recent election, when voters ousted longtime-incumbent Stephen Harper, is the longest in the Great White North’s history. However, those eleven weeks pale in comparison to the quadrennial marathon that occurs south of the border.

The Presidential Marathon

Jack Scott, Staff Writer
January 14, 2016
Sometimes, the smallest things can make all the difference. The butterfly effect is named for the metaphorical example stating that a butterfly flapping its wings could cause a hurricane someplace far away.

Butterfly Effect

Jack Scott, Staff Writer
November 30, 2015
The first explosion was the equivalent to three tons of TNT; the second, 21 tons. The blast wave hit residential areas several kilometers from the warehouse, damaging 17,000 homes. The second explosion was so large that Japanese weather satellite Himawari 8 picked up the blast in infrared.

Huge Explosions at Tianjin Port

Jack Scott, Staff Writer
August 28, 2015
The Italian flag flies next to the Altare Della Patria, a national monument dedicated to King Victor Emmanuel II, the first king of a united Italy. The gigantic building is adorned with Corinthian columns, fountains, two rooftop statues of the Goddess Victoria riding on quadrigas (chariots led by four horses abreast), and a statue of the king himself. Police stood inside the monument to ensure that crowds did not linger by it for too long.

Where All Roads Lead

Jack Scott, Staff Writer
May 4, 2015
The flag of the United States flies above the flag of the US State of Georgia on a flagpole. According to US law regarding the handling of flags, the US flag must fly above a sub-national flag on a flagpole. The US flag and the flag of any other sovereign country must be placed beside each other on flagpoles of equal size.

Putting a Face on Nations

Jack Scott, Staff Writer
March 6, 2015
Students Delaney Williams (left) and Channing Cooper (right) shiver with both cold and fear of upcoming midterm exams. Students live in constant fear of failing their midterm exams. Midterm exams accompany the gloomy December weather, which reflects feelings of impending doom and encroaching academic apocalypse.

Midterm Exam Schedule Released

Jack Scott, Staff Writer
December 1, 2014
The giant sphere that holds the Spaceship Earth ride is visible in all parts of Epcot. Spaceship Earth looms over everything else in the park, so onlookers can see it no matter where they are in Epcot. The sphere, besides being an impressive sight, can also serve as a directional beacon, as it is located near the entrance of the park. This is most helpful to those who are stuck in the Food and Wine Festival, as they can easily guide themselves back to the entrance of Epcot.

Around the World in 25 Countries

Jack Scott, Staff Writer
October 31, 2014
When enforcing your rule, it is always important to use modernized weaponry in your military. It is quite embarrassing to go into battle against an army of tanks with 19th century cannons.

How to Take Over a Country

Jack Scott, Staff Writer
May 15, 2014
Augustus Caesar, First Roman Imperator. What would he think of the remnants of the empire he championed?

Lowly Beggar’s Ramblings

Jack Scott, Staff Writer
October 30, 2013
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