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2B - The Michigan Daily - Weekend Magazine - Thursday, January 9, 2003

The Michigan Daily - Weekend Maaine - T

QUESTION OF*
THE WEEK
What's your NewYears' resolution
and have you kept it?
"To stop eating french fries.And
yes, I have kept it."
- LSA sophomore Nicole Prince
A'
"To study harder. I'm starting
right now.
- LSA sophomore Christina Hsu

Random likes soundtracks.
and the way snails get it on

Saturday

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"To be sober more nights of the
week than drunk. I've been suc-
cessful"
- Engineering senior MikeYost

Bar Joseph Uu
Daly Arts Writer
The Michigan Daily: Hi, Is this
Isaac?
Random: Yeah, who's this?
TMD: Hi Isaac, you've been select-
ed for the Daily's Random Student
Interview.
R: That's wonderful.
TMD: Who would win in a fight:
Tommy Amaker or Lloyd Carr?
R: I gotta go with Lloyd. I think he's
more seizing. Actually, no, Tommy
Amaker would win. Didn't Tommy
win a national title as a player?
TMD: But Lloyd's won one as a
coach. Who knows?
Anyway, what is a better movie:
"Harry Potter" or "Lord of the Rings?"
R: I haven't seen "Lord of the Rings,"
so I'm going with "Harry Potter."
TMD: What do you look for in an
ideal girl or guy? The Daily makes no
presumption of anyone's sexual orien-
tation.
R: Strong biceps and size.
TMD: What's your favorite book?
R: Total Baseball by Bill James. It's
my bible. It's all stuff no fluff.
TMD: Have you ever had a fluffer-
nutter sandwich?
R: Have I? I'm eating one right
now.
TMD: Are you going to tonight's
basketball game?
R: Yeah, baby. We're 7-6
TMD: Is Daniel Horton not much
improved since the first six games?
R: I went to the game against Cen-
tral Michigan and almost put a bag
over my head.
TMD: What is a fillip?
R: A what? It's a screwdriver or a
61-year-old man I call "dad."
TMD: Actually, a fillip is the term

for when one holds back his middle
finger with his thumb and then lets it
go, flicking someone. The definition
of pusillanimous is?
R: Um, I know this one. Uh ...
alright, I'm stumped.
TMD: I believe it's to be cowardly.
Does that ring any bells?
R: Ring any bells? Was it in Harry
Potter or Total Baseball?
TMD: Have you ever seen two ani-
mals copulating on one of those nature
programs? If so, which were your
favorites?
R: Yes, I liked watching snails. It's
incredible; they have their sex organs
in their neck and they impregnate and
get pregnant at the same time.
It's like being in the middle part of a
train.
TMD: That's definitely going in the
paper. Have you ever smoked drugs?
R:Yes.
TMD: Have you ever been strung
out on the pot?
R:Yes.
TMD: What's the weirdest thing
that you did while on the pot?
R: I once ate Chinese food for three
straight days, but weed doesn't affect
me much.
TMD: Have you ever been drunk?
R: I am right now. I'm drinking
Miller Lite out of a can.
TMD: What's your favorite beer?
R: I love all beer equally except for
Red Dog, Miller High Life and Coors
Extra Gold.
TMD: Do you have a girlfriend?
R:Yes.
TMD: How long have you been
dating?
R: About six months.
TMD: What's the nicest thing that
you ever did for her?

"I'm resolving to actively partici-
apte in my wedding planning. I'm
making progress."
- Muisic senior Jon Ophoff

"To go to the gym, but not
h everyday."
- LSA seniorAnnie Hunsche
Compiled by Graham Kelly

R: I made her a three course meal
and did all the dishes.
TMD: Have you ever heard of Tunji
Awajobi?
R: No, I have no idea what that is.
TMD: Wager a guess as to who/
what that is.
R: Is it the Ojibwa teacher here?
TMD: No, Tunji used to play bas-
ketball at Boston University.
Can you break dance?
R: I'm afraid not.
I've always thought of taking class-
es, but I think that if you're Jewish you
have to start at the age of four to ever
pick it up.
TMD: Are you proud of being Jew-
ish?
R: Occasionally.
TMD: When? Hanukkah?
R:Yes.
TMD: What's the better expression:
"Word Life" or "Holla Back"?
R: Holla back, no question. I've just
got a thing for double-1 words that end
n "a."
Like "hella," "holla" ... hula spelled
incorrectly, you know.
TMD: What's your favorite type of
music?
R: Do soundtracks count? Those
then.
TMD: What is your favorite sound-
track?
R: "Aladdin."
TMD: Favorite song on "Aladdin?"
R: Everybody's favorite, "A Whole
New World."
Although, I do like that riff-raff,
street rat refrain. I believe it's number
five. [Singing] Riffraff... street rat ...
TMD: If you could make out with
one celebrity, who would it be and
why?
R: That's a tough one. I'm gonna go
with Jesus.
TMD: What's the reason for that
choice?
R: He looks like a really good cud-
dler.
TMD: What would your girlfriend
say?
R: She'd be happy. She's Catholic.
TMD: Would you be on "Joe Mil-
lionaire?"
R: Yeah, probably. As a girl or a
guy? Yeah, I'd be on it.
TMD: What's the difference
between disorganized and unorgan-
ized?
R: Uh, disorganized is like a state
and unorganized is an adjective.
TMD: Couldn't you say "He's dis-
organized"?
R: Yeah, I guess. What is the differ-
ence?
TMD: I don't know. I've always
wondered. That's why I asked.
R: There is none.
TMD: When was the last time you
engaged in tomfoolery?
R: Two nights ago. I was playing
poker until the wee hours.
TMD: Did you win?
R: Yes, I always win. I won about
$30. A friend of mine lost pretty early
on, but he always loses early.
TMD: Nice. Anyway, that's it.
Thanks for your time. Bye.

Bowling for Columbine See
Thursday. State Theater 2:15,
4:30, 7, 9:30 & 11:45 p.m.
Nicholas Nickelby See Friday.
Michigan Theater 5, 7:30 & 10
p.m.
The Pianist See Friday. State
Theater 3:45, 6:45 & 9:45.
Siddhartha A film about finding a
little fat man ... at least it's short.
Michigan Theater 4:30, 7 & 9:30
p.m.
Zoolander Hansel is so not hot
anymore. State Theater midnight.
MUSIC
Dylan Fest Mediocre versions of
Bob Dylan songs performed by shit-
ty local musicians. At least it's for
charity. Leopold Bros. Brewery, 523
S. Main St., 8 p.m. $6. 747-9806
Scott Morgan's Powertrane &
Broadzilla Are Mitch Ryder and the
Stooges' Ron Asheton so pathetic
that they have to back Scott
Morgan? Yep! Blind Pig, 208 S.
First St., 10 p.m. $8 ($10 under
21). 996-8588.
Bugs Beddow Band If I had a cool
name like Bugs Beddow, I'd travel
back in time and run liquor with Al
Capone. Cavern Club, 210 S. First
St., 10 p.m. $8. 332-9900.
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Smile See Thursday, $20
Bill T. Jones/Arnie Zane Dance
Company Presented by the University
Musical Society, Bill T. Jones, "irre-

placeable dance treasure," joins
forces with the Chamber Music
Society of Lincoln Center and the
Orion String Quartet for a visionary
fusion of dance and chamber music.
Power Center, 8 p.m., $20-38; 734-
764-2538.
A LTERNATIVES
Half Price Ticket Sale The University
Musical Society's 2002-2003 Winter
Half-Price Student Ticket Sale will be
held in the Power Center lobby, from
10 a.m. to 1 p.m. Tickets to nearly
every concert in the second half of
the UMS 2001-2002 season will be
offered for one day only at 50 percent
off the published price.
Sunday

Bowling for Columbine See
Thursday. State Theater 2:15, 4:30,
7 & 9:30 p.m.
Nicholas Nickelby See Friday.
Michigan Theater 5:30 & 8 p.m.
The Pianist See Friday. State
Theater 3:45, 6:45 & 9:45 p.m.
Siddhartha See Saturday. Michigan
Theater 5 & 7:30 p.m.
MUSIC
Bird Jazz Jam I wonder if they'll let
me show off my jazz-kazoo skills.
Bird of Paradise, 312 S. Main St., 9
p.m. $3 662-8310.
Herrold/Gordon Small band worth
every penny. Man, that joke never
gets old. Del Rio, 122 W.
Washington St., 6 p.m. Free. 761-
2530.

Nathan Lane celebrates his way through Charles Dickenson's Nicholas Nickleby

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Smile See Thursday 2 p.m., $20
Bill T. Jones/Arnie Zane Dance
Company See Saturday, 4 p.m.
Monday

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Bowling for Columbine See
Thursday. State Theater 7 & 9:30
p.m.
In Those Days It's German.
Michigan Theater 7:15 p.m.
Nicholas Nickelby See Friday.
Michigan Theater 7 & 9:15 p.m.
The Pianist See Friday. State
Theater 6:45 & 9:45 p.m.
Siddhartha See Friday. Michigan
Theater 9:30 p.m.
MUSIC
Mark Kieswetter & Ron Brooks
Hey Mark, I know the jazzy bass
stylings of the dark side are tempt-
ing, but Ron Vader will only lead
you into despair. Bird of Paradise,
312 S. Main St., 8 p.m. $3. 662-
8310.
The Paul Keller Orchestra If you
say the name really fast, it sounds
kind of like Electric Light
Orchestra. Sadly, the music is a
different case. The Firefly Club,
207 S. Ashley St., 8 p.m. $5. 665-
9090.
Tuesdav

Cinema Slam-Women in
Microcinema Little women in little
movies. Interesting stuff. Michigan
Theater 7 p.m.
In Those Days See Monday.
Michigan Theater 9:30 p.m.
Nicholas Nickelby See Friday.
Michigan Theater 7:15 p.m.
The Pianist See Friday. State
Theater 6:45 & 9:45 p.m.
MUSIC
Blind Piga Shwcase Night There's
a band called Spaceghost vs.
Pokemon playing. A local band
with a clever name? It couldn't be!
Blind Pig, 208 S. First St., 10 p.m.
Free ($2 under 21). 996-8588.
Kenny Rankin Kenny has been
described as "eclectic." For those
of you who don't know, "eclectic,"
when used to describe a musician,
means "crappy." The Ark, 36 S.
Main St. 8 p.m. $15. 761-1451.

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Bowling for Columbine See
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