Volume 95, Issue 82

Friday, March 8, 2002
 
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ARTS AND ENTERTAINMENT

The New Deal explains the demise of the mullet

Music is Chore's duty

Green faces at Tomato a rarity

Jordy needs fun pill

Shits and Giggles

SHITS

Sleeveless sweaters – What's the point? The world has enough oxymorons.

The "week" in Reading Week – I move that Reading Week become a month-long and thereafter be known as "Reading Month."

Closets – Closets are for clothes, not people.

People without rhythm – If found "dancing" at concerts, should be removed from premises and have limbs tied together.



GIGGLES

Winning arguments – Yeah, I can admit I'm wrong, but not when I'm right. That would be lying and lying is wrong

Chalet sauce – Yum, the Swiss sure know how to make it always so good for relatively so little.

1000journals.com – The world needs more cool ideas like the one this website offers. Currently in my possession is journal #780. If you would like to contribute, please drop by The Gazette office.

Alanis Morissette – First there was "Never Too Hot" Alanis, young and naive. Then there was angry, "You Oughta Know" Alanis who enjoyed scatching nails down people's back. Now there's chill, mellow, hippie Alanis. Ah, the various stages of Alanis – always changing, always a giggle.

–Andrea Chiu




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