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2B - The Michigan Daily - Thursday, January 20, 2005

The Michigan I

Random forgets jump rope song

table of'jcontents

auto-neurotic with Alexandra Jones

By Doug Wemert
Daily TV/New Media Editor

The Michigan Daily: Hi, is Sarah
Random: This is she.
TMD: Hi Sarah, I'm calling from The
Michigan Daily, and you've been selected
to do this week's Random Student Inter-
R: I have!?
TMD: Yeah, are you excited?
R: Yeah!
TMD: Here we go. First of all, how are
you and how was your weekend? What
did you do?
R: On Friday night, my friends and
I had a "Sex and the City" party and
dressed up like the different characters
and watched "Sex and the City."
TMD: Which one did you dress up as?
R: I was Charlotte.
TMD: Is that the hot one?
R: Haha, I don't know. She has blonde
TMD: Haha, I hope she was the hot
R: Yeah, well, if I dressed up like her,
I guess she is.
TMD: Oh, that's pretty cool. OK, now
we're on the real questions. What do you
think the better career is: breakdancer or
lion tamer?
R: Um ... I guess maybe ... shoot ...
a lion tamer?
TMD: Why's that?
R: Because you probably get to wear a
really cool outfit or something.
TMD: Yeah, but you have to work with
lions who can maul you to death at any
R: Yeah, but as a breakdancer, you
have to spin on your head, and I can't do
that at all.
TMD: Yeah, but you can wear those
silk pants then.
R: I suppose. I don't know, that's a hard

TMD: And that's only the first one,
R: I know, I know. I'll be better.
TMD: All right, what's the best job to
have in the circus?
R: Why are these all circus-related?
TMD: It's just two questions!
R: I think it would be either a clown or
a trapeze person.
TMD: A trapeze person? They're pret-
ty cool. And they get to wear some cool
outfits, too.
R: Yeah! Am I like a really boring
TMD: Yeah, kind of. But we're going
to keep going anyway. Who's your favor-
ite Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle?
R: Michelangelo.
TMD: Because he was a party dude?
R: Yeah.
TMD: And he had the nunchucks.
Were you a fan of the nunchucks?
R: I was. I was indeed. I wish I had
TMD: Why do you think they hung
out with Splinter?
R: I don't know because he was like a
weird rat thing and he was kind of big
comparative, you know ... I guess maybe
they were small turtles. This is all very
confusing to me.
TMD: This is like one of those myster-
ies of the universe.
R: Yeah, but I was a really big fan of
the Ninja Turtles.
TMD: Did you like in "Teenage
Mutant Ninja Turtles 2" where Vanilla Ice
was in it?
R: Yeah, that was kind of random, but
you have to love Ice Ice ... baby.
TMD: Oh, I do. Who was your favorite
R: Bill Clinton.
TMD: So you're not going to Bush's
R: No, but I was invited to it or what-
ever. My uncle is a congressman, and he's
getting inaugurated too or whatever.

TMD: And you're not going?
R: No, I can't. I got this really fancy
invitation and all, but I'm not going.
TMD: Oh, that's too bad. Who's your
favorite pro wrestler of all time?
R: Oh, that one guy ... what was his
name? Oh crap, what was his name? He
like farted on people on something.
TMD: I don't know of any wrestlers
who farted on people.
R: Well, my brother used to watch it,
and I would watch it with him. What are
some names of some pro wrestlers.
TMD: Hulk Hogan, The Ultimate
Warrior, Stone Cold Steve Austin ...
R: I want to say it was like Chewy or
TMD: Chewy? Do you think Chewy is
a menacing name for a pro wrestler?
R: I don't know. Hulk Hogan, then.
TMD: Oh, OK. Why do you think
wrestlers wrestle in their underwear?
R: Because it shows off all their mus-
TMD: Why did you say muscles like
R: Because they want to show them
off, and that's why I said that ... I don't
TMD: Fair enough. Did you jump rope
when you were a little girl?
R: Yeah.
TMD: Did you have any songs you
would sing?
R: Yeah!
TMD: Name one.
R: Well, we used to do ... (sing-
ing) Cinderella, dressed in yellow, went
upstairs to kiss her fella, made a mistake
and kissed a snake, how many doctors did
it take? One, two, three, four, five ... and
then you keep going.
TMD: Wow, that's the only one I know
R: Oh, I should have picked something
TMD: Oh, there are other ones?
R: I'm sure. I'm trying to think. It was
like: (singing) Over the border to Mexico,
Texaco ... I don't remember.
TMD: Wow, I can just picture myself
jumping rope for hours singing that!
R: Yeah, I know. I don't remember. that
sucks. I should jump rope more.

TMD: Hahahaha, yeah, I guess so.
Did you hear about the fire in the shoe
R: No.
TMD: Ten thousand soles were lost.
R: Really? Where?
TMD: Haha, you know ... that was a
joke! Soles ... soles of shoes.
R: Haha, I can hear everyone laugh-
TMD: Well, that was a classic moment
right there.
R: Wow, I'm a loser, OK.
TMD: Did you hear about the shooting
in the popcorn factory?
R: No.
TMD: 10,000 kernels got popped.
R: Haha, uh oh!
TMD: Did you get that one?
R: Yeah, I got it. Hahahaha.
TMD: All right, do you know the
words to the "Full House" theme song?
R: I do.
TMD: How does it go?
R: (singing) Whatever happened to ...
da da da da da da ... the milkman, the
paperboy, even TV.
TMD: Haha, wow, it's just like the
jump rope chant, isn't it?
R: Haha, yeah, how does it go?
TMD: Whatever happened to predict-
ability? The milkman, the paperboy, eve-
ning TV? How does the main part go?
R: (singing) Everywhere you look ...
TMD: Yeah, that's pretty good. Who
was hotter: D.J. or Stephanie?
R: OK, when they were little, Stepha-
nie. When they were older, D.J.
TMD: So, you've certainly watched it
through the years.
R: Oh, honey, I've watched every epi-
TMD: Oh thanks, angel pie.
R: Hahahaha.
TMD: And finally, have you ever left a
dirty phone message?
R: Not a dirty phone message. Maybe
like a funny one.
TMD: Yeah, well everyone's done
R: I know. I guess I'm not that cool.
TMD: Well, maybe you should work
on it, honey.
R: I will, sweetie pie.


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Entertainment with
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Watch what
you watch

Gross in millions of dollars
1. Coach Carter (29.2)- Bad move
Ashanti - Fiddy Cent is going to mock
you in his next single for appearing in
2. Meet the Fockers (22.6) -
America's fetish with watching a nebbish
Ben Stiller get tortured continues.
3. Racing Stripes (18.5) - It's nice
to see Tim Allen's daughter from "Joe'r
Somebody" moving on to bigger and
better things.
4. In Good Company (743) -
How Dennis Quaid felt about the guy
who used to sell him cocaine.
5. Elektra (5.7) - She should have
stayed dead at the end of "Daredevil."
6. White Noise (14.1) - Michael
Keaton didn't get any EVP messages
that this movie was going to suck.
7. The Aviator (6.3) - Gwen Stefani
plays the comely, untalented and ditzy
Jean Harlow. Genius!
8. Lemony Snicket's A Series
of Unfortunate Events (5.3) - The
movie will certainly live up to its title if it
becomes a franchise.
9. The Phantom of the Opera
(4.6) - Hopefully, "Starlight Express"
won't be the next major movie musical.
10. Fat Albert (3.7) - Why didn't they
cast Courtney Love as Mushmouth?

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.This Japanese hybrid of a cook- ipwot the courntestood on hi cuffing the stateside Iron Chefs specializ
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has attracted a huge fanbase since it nature of Flay' actions, but bcause mient of the same caliber as "it is2
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since. The weird part is this: So is Flay 'bested him ilathe Battle Lobster these cdlinary improvisations V
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time limit plus shiny costumes euals pres.ig .. rChef Amer- glad that Food Networks seemir
ratings gold no matter where you go. lea," Food Netwotk's new adaptation ubiquitous dimple-faced, spendt
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