Cheers to the Atlanta Falcons for actually winning a game. This feels like a once and a lifetime experience. 

Cheers to foreign exchange student Agnes Sorensen’s home country of Denmark winning against France in soccer. It is great to see the perspective of sports globally in our first period class. 

Cheers to the Dragon Boat racing this past weekend on Lake Peachtree. Editor Cecily Shaber does want to point out though that dragon boat racing is not rowing. 

Cheers to breakfast burritos. Breakfast is all wrapped together nicely in a burrito, that you can take with you anywhere. 

Cheers to Staff Writer Jax Rainey finally getting a job. We do not have to listen to him complain about being broke anymore. Although, with the way he goes through concession stand nachos, we are not sure how far that paycheck will stretch. 

Cheers to Assistant Principal Andrea Freeman. She had the dreadful job of trying to contain middle schoolers at a high school football game. On that same note: Parents, school events are not free babysitting for children that are not old enough to go to Starr’s Mill.

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Jeers to inflation. Why are we still having to jeer this? Fix it. 

Jeers to the multiple fires starting in Peachtree City and Fayetteville. Do we have an invisible dragon trying to ruin our lives? 

Jeers to Nazis shooting up a school. Once again, why is this still a thing? I thought we made it pretty clear after World War II that the world does not support and will not tolerate Nazism. 

Jeers to an earthquake that happened in Mexico City. This earthquake happened on the anniversary of earthquakes that killed thousands of people in 1985 and 2017. 

Jeers to college application season. Why is there so much involved? It would be nice if we could just send our transcripts, essays, and test scores. Instead, it is like they need to know everything from your name to when your great grandma lost her first tooth. 

Jeers to college stereotypes. Who does not love the disapproving stare you get after saying you do not plan on taking a traditional four-year route?

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