How to Avoid Avengers: Endgame Spoilers Online
You’ve waited 10 years for this moment!
The LAST thing you need OR want is a spoiler to ruin Avengers: Endgame…
Here are a couple tips to get you through until you actually get to see the movie:
Do not read ANYTHING about the movie, even if the title says “no spoilers.”
On Twitter, you can mute any post that has keywords as defined by you.
By muting these words, posts containing them will not come up in your feed.
You can choose words like “Avengers” “Endgame” “Marvel” “Thanos” etc…
You can tell Twitter how long you want the chosen words muted for, hours, days, months etc.
Stay off YouTube, but if you can’t, consider using Video Blocker.
It lets you block videos, channels and comments based on keywords you select.
Shut Up Extension will let you mute the comment section on a variety of sites and platforms.
What do YOU think the statute of limitations should be on spoilers? …A full week? …Until Monday?
Never Ask for This ONE Thing on a Flight…
Never order ICE on a flight!
According to a flight attendant, the ice trays are rarely washed.
It’s been reported that flight attendants don’t always wash their hands in between handling the drinks, the cans, the cart, the tablet to charge you for the drink, etc…
Imagine their unwashed hands handling your ice.
Another tip: Bring an antibacterial cloth on the plane to wipe down the tray, your seat, and headrest.
Did you know:You can bring your own mini alcohol bottles on the flight?!
Yes, you can! But there is one catch, you have to give your bottle to the flight attendant to dispense back to you.
Netflix Is in Danger of Losing “The Office”
According to“Wall Street Journal” Netflix users spent more time streaming “The Office” than any other show last year.
The show “Friends” was second in line, which is why Netflix paid $100 million to keep it.
Netflix COULD be in danger of losing both shows because NBC Universal is in the process of launching its own streaming service and they may want both shows to be exclusive to it.
Sources say there have already been internal discussions about yanking “The Office” from Netflix.
It’s unclear when that would happen, but Netflix’s $100 million deal for “Friends” reportedly lasts through this year.
All nine seasons of “The Office” are currently streaming on Netflix so, watch it while you can!