April 14, 2016

Americans can name more Avengers than US Presidents

StaffRebel Columnist

Some people can assemble all The Avengers, but not US Presidents.

In a clip from Jimmy Kimmel Live, a woman asked Americans in LA to name as many Avengers as they could followed by US Presidents.

While multiple people were able to name at least some of the Avengers (with some older folks naming whatever superhero came to mind, such as Batman) they had trouble naming US Presidents.

One man was able to list 8 Avengers, but when it came to US Presidents, his first guess was musician “Grover Washington Jr”. He was never president, obviously.

One lady even named Donald Trump as a US President.

By the time Captain America Civil War hits theaters, do you think US citizens will know more about the movie than the actual American civil war?

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commented 2016-04-15 10:42:56 -0400
Stupidity is at a premium in Canada and the USA – really all over the world I guess – corrupt Governments love them dumb ed down fresh for the picking!

How do you think we got an intrusive Far Left Liberal Government, so quickly for Canada in October?
commented 2016-04-15 08:25:40 -0400
The schools are all run by UNION GOONS.
commented 2016-04-15 01:02:59 -0400
Both comments below are right on, Canadians are not any brighter from what i see out there now, worked with a guy who GRADUATED high school and did not know what half of 9 was.
commented 2016-04-14 18:51:27 -0400
Yes and if you need to fill your gas tank in northern Ontario and other rural areas of the country, go to a local, non branded gas station and pay it in cash.

Chances are the Canadian guy behind the cash register can’t add and will had you back more change than he should.
commented 2016-04-14 18:46:41 -0400
How many Canadians can name all 10 provinces and 3 territories? What about our prime ministers? Many Canadians didn’t even know who Stephen Harper was. It’s like your article from a couple of days ago… The new n word is nationalism. Hope I’m wrong!