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2B - The Michigan Daily - Weekend, etc. Magazine - Thursday, January 24, 2002

The Michigan Daily - Weekend, etc. Magazine -

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The Michigan Daily: Is Nathan
there?
Random: You've got him.
TMD: Well congratulations, you have
been selected for Weekend, etc.'s
Random Student Interview. How does
that make you feel?
R: Pretty important. I feel like the
chosen one.
TMD: Good, so what are you up to
right now?
R: Procrastinating homework, watch-
ing TV
TMD: What are you studying?
R: Stats.
TMD: How is that class going for
you?
R: It's pretty easy so far.
TMD: Great, well this is pretty bor-
ing, so let's talk about somethingelse.
Have you ever choked on a pretzel
before?
R: No.
TMD: Have you ever choked on any-
thing before?

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R: Yeah, I choked on a cherry once.
TMD: On that little thing in the mid-
dle?
R: Yeah the pit.
TMD: That is the pits. So what was
the last movie you saw?
R: "Lord of the Rings."
TMD: What did you think of that?
R: It was pretty cool.
TMD: Have you ever seen the movie
"Commando?"
R: No.
TMD: No? No! What do you mean
no?
R: Who's in it?
TMD: It's with Arnold
Schwarzenegger and Vernon Wells.
R: Oh, so it's one of those
Schwarzenegger movies?
TMD: Exactly. So what are your
favorite lunch time meal?
R: Pizza, soup ...
TMD: Do you like sandwiches?
R: Uh, yeah
TMD: Do you like your sandwiches
with butter or mayonaise?
R: Butter, I don't like mayonaise.
TMD: What are your plans for the
weekend?
R: Two hockey games, do homework,
watch T.V ... pretty boring stuff.
TMD: You are going to the Michigan
games I assume.
R: Of course.
TMD: What do you think of Bill
Martin's letter to the fans asking them to
tone down the behavior.
R: Well it depends on what he means.
I don't think the chants should stop, but
I can see the problem with offending
fans from the opposing teams.
TMD: I guess. So have you ever
known anyone with scurvy?
R: I think that disease died out in the
18th Century.
TMD: That's too bad, I thought my
third grade teacher had scurvy. So do
you like Taco Bell?
R:No.
TMD: That's horrible.
R: Well I like to think of it as Toxic
Hell.
TMD: Well that's about it. Is there
anyone you would like to make a shout
out to.
R: I would shout out to my girlfriend

The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship
of the Ring See Thursday. State
Theater. 2:30, 6 & 9:30 p.m.
MUSIC
Funktelligence If you have any intelli-
gence you won't funk up and you'll go
to the show. The Blind Pig208 S. 1st
St., 10 p.m. $6 ($8 under 21) 996-
8555.
Diegrinder Metal with melody, riiiiiiight
and opening is a gangsta folk artist.
Elbow Room, Ypsilanti, 10 p.m. $4
483-6374.
25th Annual Ann Arbor Folk Fest Nanci
Griffith and Doc Watson headline this
unforgettable festival of fierce folk.
Hill Auditorium, 825 N. University Ave,
6 p.m. $25-40 764-8350.
THEA TER
"Dancing at Lughnasa" See Thursday.
7 p.m.
ALTERNATIVES
Da Camera of Houston This perfor-
mance group, which includes the
AmericanpString Quartet, opera
singers, piano and voice narration,
combines 19th-century classical
music with readings from author
Marcel Proust's best known novels. 8
p.m. Mendelssohn Theatre. $25-35.
764-2538.
"Local Color: Dan Bradt's Watercolors
from Michigan Historical Scenes" See
Thursday.
"A Matter of Degree: Abstraction in
Twentieth Century Art" See Thursday.
"People and Places: The Baker Gift of
20th-Century Photography" See
Thursday.
Sunday
BOOKS
Big Winter Book Sale
See Saturday. 1:30 p.m. to 4:30 p.m.

Amelie See Thursday. State Theater.
2, 4:30, 7 & 9:15 p.m.
Gosford Park See Thursday. Michigan
Theater. 1:45, 5 & 8 p.m.
In the Bedroom See Thursday.
Michigan Theater. 5:30 & 8 p.m.
The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship
of the Ring See Thursday. State
Theater. 2:30, 6 & 9:30 p.m.
Queen Christina Exceptional Garbo
performance in a fine film biography.
Michigan Theater. 2 p.m.
MUSIC
al They may not know how to use cap-
ital letters, but they can rock house
in. The Blind Pig208 S. 1st St., 10
p.m. $10 996-8555.
The Chieftans This six-time Grammy
winning Irish ensemble, considered
the world masters of traditional Irish
music, performs some of their favorite
tunes and a number of new collabora-
tions with musicians Allison Moore
and Natalie McMasters. 3 p.m. Hill
Auditorium. $16-35. 764-2538.
Phil Ogivie's Rhythm Kings Ogling is
encouraged. The Firefly Club, 207 S.
Ashley St. 5 p.m. $7. 665-9090.
ALTER NA TIVES
"A Matter of Degree: Abstraction in
Twentieth Century Art" See Thursday.
"People and Places: The Baker Gift of
20th-Century Photography" See
Thursday.
Monday
CAMPUS CINEMA
Amelie See Thursday. State Theater. 7
& 9:15 p.m.
Gosford Park See Thursday. Michigan
Theater. 9:30 p.m.
in the Bedroom See Thursday.
Michigan Theater. 7:45 p.m.
The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship
of the Ring See Thursday. State

Sub-Zero vs. Johnny Cage? Nope, just St
Theater. 7:30 p.m.
Wild Strawberries with An Occurrence
at Owl Creek Bridge Bergman once
again questions the meaning of exis-
tence; Bergman rocks! Michigan
Theater. 7 p.m.
MUSIC
Leonardo's Open Jam Jam should be
refrigerated after opening. 2101
Pierpoint Commons, North Campus, 8
p.m. free 764-7544.
The Bird of Paradise Orchestra Big
Jazzin'. Bird of Paradise, 312 S. Main
St., 9 p.m. $5 662-8310.
Avant Mondays: Alec Ramsdell
Quartet Improv. Jazz with electric key-
board spiking levels of zaniness. The
Firefly Club, 207 S. Ashley St., 8 p.m.
$5 665-9090.

"People and Places: The Baker Gift of
20th-Century Photography" See
Thursday.
Tuesday
BOOKS
Robert Sabbag Reads Sabbag reads
and signs copies of his book Loaded: A
Misadventure on the Marijuana Trail. 7
p.m., Borders Books & Music, 612 E.
Liberty, free; 668-7652. (see review of
in this issue of Weekend, Etc.).
CAMPUS CINEMA
Amelie See Thurs. State Theater. 6:45
p.m.
Cinema Slam My money is on Carter to
take home this year's crown, although
Kobe and J. Rich have been flying pret-
ty high. Michigan Theater. 7 p.m.
Gosford Park See Thursday. Michigan
Theater. 7:30 p.m.

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eve Oedekerk kicking ass in "Kung Pow."
"Local Color: Dan Bradt's Watercolors
from Michigan Historical Scenes" See
Thursday.

CAMPUS CINEMA

ALTERNATIVES

Happy Birthday!
Charley's wouldlike to be the first to
congratulate you with a fiee meal Just bring
along a friend and proper ID, and select your
favorite entree from our famous menu. It's
just our way of saying
Congratulations
G:)Od and thanksfor
C harley's celebrating with us.

in the Bedroom See
Michigan Theater. 9 p.m.

Thursday.

but she is right here.
TMD: OK, anyone else?
R: Uh, the First Little Crew.
TMD: Great, be sure to
Weekend, Etc. Take it easy.
R: Bye

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Rookie interviewer realizes he can't
fill the page. Decides to call back.
R: Hello?
TMD: Hey it's Matt from The
Michigan Daily again?
R: Time for another interview again?
TMD: Yeah I need to fill space. So
have you heard of that new pirate
movie?
R: Huh?
TMD: Yeah, the new movie about the
pirates?
R: No.
TMD: Well I heard it's rated "Arrr!"
R: Ha. My girlfriend had told me that
before.
TMD: Good, well be sure to read
Weekend and have a good weekend.

The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship
of the Ring See Thursday. State
Theater. 7:30 p.m.
MUSIC
Blind Pig Showcase Night Somewhere
East, The Fuzz, Rosetta and The
Fishers will be shown then cased. The
Blind Pig, 208 S. 1st St., 10 p.m. free
($2 under 21) 996-8555.
Firefly Jazz Jam Session Everyone
wants to jam these days. Is all this
ambitionhealthy? The Firefly Club,
207 S. Ashley St., 8 p.m. $3 665-
9090.

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The Ron Brooks Trio A
Brook? No, the music does
ing. Bird of Paradise, 312 S.
8 p.m. $5 662-8310

babbling
the talk-
Main St.,

A LTERNA TIVES
"Local Color: Dan Bradt's Watercolors
from Michigan Historical Scenes" See
Thursday.

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courtesy of USA Films
Ryan Phillippe and Kristin Scott Thomas celebrate "Gosford Park" winning a Golden Globe award for Best Director.

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