Thumbs Down

Thumbs down to vandalism:
Recently, cars in the Harleysville/Lederach area have experienced acts of vandalism. These include the stealing of bumper stickers and the placements of slices of cheese on the vehicles.
Do we really need to point out what’s wrong with this? Though it may seem to be an elementary concept, we encourage anyone who is considering joining in on these activities to remember the golden rule: treat others the way you want to be treated. You wouldn’t want your property stolen or your car “cheesed,” would you?
If you live near the sites of these recent attacks, please watch out for your property and do not join in. Vandalism isn’t cool; it’s a crime.
Thumbs down to the loss of media icons:
With the recent deaths of actor Sean Connery and TV show host Alex Trebek, many fans have been mournfully reflecting upon the impact these men had on the media. With careers spanning decades, Connery and Trebek will be sorely missed.
Connery’s acting career began in the early 1950s, when he landed a small role in a production of “South Pacific” at King’s Theatre. Most notably, Connery starred as the title character in seven James Bond films between 1962 and 1983.
In 1973, Trebek landed his first game show hosting gig with the NBC show “Wizard of Odds.” In 1984, Trebek began hosting the remake of the game show “Jeopardy!” and continued to host and film new episodes until his death on November 8, 2020. He had been contracted to host the show until 2022.
Both of these men left a lasting effect on people spanning a multitude of generations and have been household names for decades. Rest easy, gentlemen, and thank you for all of the memories.
Thumbs Neutral
Thumbs neutral to mullets:
To the surprise of… everyone, mullets are making a comeback. More and more young people are sporting this haircut which leaves us with one question: why?
Now we’re not going to say it’s a bad haircut but we are definitely not going to say it’s a good one either. A mullet is just so obscure and mysterious. What makes them so appealing; is it the business in the front? The party in the back? We just don’t understand.
At the end of the day, it’s a haircut. “The Arrowhead” will not police its student body on what haircut they should or shouldn’t have, but we also won’t condone it.
We prefer to plead the fifth and remain neutral on this issue.