Volume 96, Issue 93
Wednesday March 26, 2003
Kreepy Kid

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Whoever said a sociology degree was useful lied

OK, so you're out of school, with your degree in hand. One problem though: it's a sociology degree and you don't know what you're going to do with your life. So, what do you do?

Odd Job Jack had its début on Comedy Central on Mar. 5. This new animated "sit.com" follows the exciting and often pathetic life of a recent sociology graduate named Jack Ryder (Don McKellar) and his repeated vain attempts at finding a job.




Three Kinds of March Madness

Three major events dominated the tube last Sunday, all of which were both vastly different and yet eerily similar.
 




12 Questions: Night of the Living Daylights

The Living Daylights took some time away from rockin' out to respond to our 12 Questions. Corey Windover (guitars/vocals), Dan Ainsworth (bass) and P.J. Sparks (percussion) each had some thoughts to contribute.
 




Ever not that clear

Everclear is not a very good band. They have never been good, have never contributed any sort of creativity to popular music or even tried anything interesting or different. Instead, they just keep churning out the same, boring CDs with the same, boring, three-chord, cheesy nostalgic songs about a fabricated, carefree, fun-in-the-sun kind of life that they probably never had.
 

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