Each week, the Editorial Board shares opinions with one another for columns. These are some of the top choices for this week.
Neeta Patwari: People who mock pop music have obviously not seen Tom Hanks and Carly Rae Jepsen dancing together.
Josh Hoffer: A cloak should be an acceptable garment to wear in the winter.
Maddy Klein: No home is complete without a scented candle.
Miranda Garbaciak:There are too many Mattress Firm stores in the United States.
Carmen Carigan: Fried eggs are actually incredible on grilled chicken.
Matthew Waterman: Why do non-ruffled potato chips even exist. Who wouldn't want those delicious ridges?
Emma Getz: '70s music is exponentially better than '80s music.
Madelyn Powers: Life is too short to spend more than half of it asleep.
Ethan Smith: The need for sleep is a conspiracy theory.
Julia Bourkland: The few daylight hours in far northern countries most certainly breeds a yearlong, quasi-seasonal depression disorder among its population. This, in turn, increases rates of alcoholism among the countries' people, as evidenced by the five whiskey pubs below my flat.
Anne Anderson: I like when sand accidentally gets in my mouth at the beach.
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