December 3 , 2003  
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EDITORIAL & OPINIONS


Paris too slooty for Christmas

Congratulations — you’ve made it to the winter holiday break.

Back in the day, teachers simply referred to the holiday as the “Christmas Break.” Not here, though — in the university world, you’ve got to be uber-PC. Thus, the following month is generically referred to as the holiday break.


Does this mean what it says?

Thrust n' Perry

Our language is in a state of disrepair. As the news department’s only English major, I give you a dozen translations guaranteed to help navigate our broken dialect.


Eat a damn veggie, Scurvy Pete

The Lone Star

I love James Barber, the bumbling yet endearing Scottish gent who made large messes and delicious food on the CBC. This man of unorthodox cooking style and a grin full of bad teeth was known as “The Urban Peasant.” James taught me how to cook weekdays at 3 p.m. in Grades 7 and 8.


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