As you walk around NYWC, especially in the exhibit hall and big room, you surely will have some questions. Below are the 5 that I am sure you have had:
Why is there a storm trooper walking around the exhibit hall?
I know you have asked yourself that question. No investigative reporting here just curious, as I am sure you are too. I wonder if he has found the droids he is looking for, thats probably what he’s doing. Can someone please ask him and get back to me? Thanks!
At the Orange Booth, Shef’s arms are as big as his legs by their slingshot game, does he always skip leg day?
The expressionless Orange leader has been in the gym and obviously never misses arm day! But the skinny jean pic on the right? Come on Shef, give leg day a chance man! Or, maybe, could it be, Shef’s face on Doug Fields body? We all know Doug doesn’t miss leg day or his bicep curls. So… who’s legs are those anyways?
Does John Michael Hinton count calories and does it count when he magically makes the Oreo whole again?
At comedy night, John Michael Hinton ate the middle of an Oreo and then magically made it reappear and fill back up. He then took a bite, chewed it up, and then spit it back at the half eaten cookie. Do those calories count? If they dont count, he could make millions teaching people how to eat Oreos, make them reappear and not worry about the calories.
Why is Doug Fields going to the various exhibits trying to get free resources for his new Youth Ministry position?
I think I saw Doug Fields going booth to booth collecting free resources, T-shirts and missions organizations information for his new role. I even overheard him talking to Josh Griffin about a discounted Gold membership so his new church can utilize DYM resources. We wish Doug all the best. I think he should probably reread is book, First 2 years in Youth Ministry, immediately! We are all here cheering you on Doug!
Can Heather Flies really squeeze things out of people when she hugs them?
I mean, we all know how incredible of a person Heather is. She gives a firm handshake and hug but how hard do you have to squeeze someone to get liquid to come out of people? I did some research, it takes 15 PSI (pounds per square inch) to make that happen. The average person hugs at an average of 6 PSI. I have concluded that it is absolutely possible for Heather to squeeze the literal life out of someone!
Do you have any any other questions about things you are seeing at NYWC ’19? You won’t get an answer if you don’t ask!