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coupon book that those people hand
out on the corners. And the best part
is that you can see Pulp Fiction again
and again and again because it's go-
ing to be playing there for the rest of
your and your date's lives.
Best Place for a Secret
Rendezvous:
The Arb
You obviously don't mean at night,
of course. That's illegal, you know.
But really, there could be a hundred
different rendezvous in the Arb at
the same time and you would never
see another naked butt. That just
smacks of naughty perfection.
Watch out for the bugs though,
they'll crawl all over you. Yuck.
Best Idea for an
Unusual Date:
Oasis
The British band or the middle-east-
ern restaurant on South U.?
Best "Date Movie":
"Pulp Fiction"
Sure, terrorize your date by laugh-
ing at all the gory parts and saying
"cool" each time someone gets
killed. They'll really want to go out
with you again.

Borders remains the Best in Books. SARA S IILLMAN/Daily

want and need. If you're on campus,
you should really check out Liberty
Street Video for its great selection and
accessibility. Still, the Videowatch
rent one, get one free coupons can't
be beat. Have an Errol Morris night
and get "Brother's Keeper" and
"Vernon, Florida."
Best Dancing Spot:
Nectarine Ballroom
How about "Only Dancing Spot?"
Really, can anyone think of any
groovin' alternatives offhand? There
simply is nowhere else to dance.
Where ya' gonna go? The weekly rave
on one of the half-floors of the Grad?
Border's rockin' Coffee and Polka
night? Pinball Pete's Waltz-a-thon?
Amer's hula and hummus?
Best Radio Station:
WIQB
WIQB? Did you know that it blocks
out 102.7, Z-Rock? Sure, it's just a
metal AOR station, but it is still bet-
ter than WIQB.

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Best Place to Meet a
Date:
Class
"Hey, baby, I slept for two hours last
" night, didn't have time to shower this
morning, and now I'm sitting in class
in my pajamas. Wanna' go out with
me?"
Best Pick-up Line:.
"Can I borrow your
notes?"
Whatever happened to great lines like
"How do you like your eggs ... fer-
tilized?" Geeze, you people are so

predictable.

Best Rejection Line:
"Sorry. I don't like you"
Hmm. Straight and to the point. But
we could do better. How about,
"Sorry, but I have to go to aerobics
class tonight. And every night for the
rest of my life." If you're going to
reject someone, go all out.
Best Place for a First
Date:
State Theater
Especially if you go on a weeknight
with that 2 for 1 coupon from that

Best Record Place:
Tower
It's huge. It's got hundreds of maga-
zines, laserdiscs, and everything from
Stiff Little Fingers to "You might be
a redneck if." It's even got porno. The
only problem is it's so big you can't
find anything.
Best Used Record Place:
Wazoo
The selection can't be topped if you've
got the patience to flip through all those
little plastic cards. And at any given
moment you can find the entire Yes
catalog in the used (in this case read:
discarded) section. Go figure.
Best Books
Border's
It's huge. It's got everything from
Chekov to Faye Resnick, Elmore
Leonard to Jeff Foxworthy's "You
might a redneck if...." A literary jug-
gernaut.
Best Magazines:
Decker Drugs

lated by teeny-boppers and "Dumb and
Dumber" fans. Open the phone book
to the movie screen section, close your
eyes and point and you're bound to land
your little finger on a better theater:
unless you land on Showcase.
Best Video Store:
Video watch
Videowatch is undeniably a good
place, but you must admit, it's way
too far away to satisfy your every

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What? Decker Drugs? Border's car-SAASILN/al
ries "New Musical Express." Not only does Ann Arbor love Tower Records, but so do other planets
Border's carries "Filmmaker."
Border's carries international maga-
zines, underground magazines, farm--
ing magazines. Border's carries at
least five hundred titles. Towerncar-AE
ries about the same plus a ton of
ines. Decker's carries "Sassy.",,;

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