This is an Interesting Editorial by an Interesting Person


Tanner Hudson, Staff Writer

Hello. I am an interesting person and this editorial just so happens to be the most interesting of all editorials in the history of Keller High School. It is in fact, so interesting that the title has the word “interesting” in it. Twice. But enough about the title, let’s get started on this story.

Now I suppose you expect me to tell you some kind of anecdote to get us started – or maybe provide a statistic and elaborate on how things in that field should change? Well, just hold your horses, because this is the most interesting editorial in the history of Keller High School, so we can take our time with things like that.

And by “take our time,” I mean write a line break for dramatic effect and then move on to the next paragraph.

According to, sea otters are the heaviest members of the weasel family, being also the second smallest of marine mammals at the same time. Unlike other marine mammals, they do not have a layer of blubber to help them keep warm. Instead, sea otters have the densest fur in the animal kingdom, ranging from 250,000 to a million hairs per square inch, which insulates them. Wow. Sea otters, huh? That is quite interesting. But look at these stats above!