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High praise for a New Yorker cartoonist

(10/12/00 9:00am)

I was perusing a recent New Yorker magazine the other day when I came across a simply delightful cartoon. Well, it requires a little setup, so maybe I should do that. You see, I tend to catch on to references, even very obscure ones like those in this cartoon, but many people do not. A number of actors, including Peter Sellers and George Lazenby, have played the role of a suave private eye named "James Bond."

The Case for Rick

(10/12/00 9:00am)

In case you did not know, there's a rather interesting race going on in New York to fill the Senate seat that is about to be vacated by retiring Democrat Daniel Patrick Moynihan. The Republicans, after seeing their initial choice, New York City Mayor Rudolph Guiliani, drop out for personal and health-related reasons, have nominated four-term Long Island Congressman Rick Lazio. The Democrats, in one of the most talked about political moves in the history of this country, have nominated controversial First Lady Hillary Rodham Clinton.


(10/12/00 9:00am)

Have you ever participated in a Battle of the Stressed? It's certainly one of the most common conversational themes. No doubt a friend has approached you moaning about the two papers he needs to write, six books he has to read and 13 exams he needs to study for, all before he goes to his 11 club meetings, only with you retorting that not only do you have to do all that, but you have to do it all with your left hand since you broke your other one participating in one of your five sports.

Dear Reader

(10/12/00 9:00am)

What to talk about? What shall I put to page at this ungodly hour? As per the instructions of the powers that be, I write of my internship this summer. Let it be known, I do this, not so much to amuse you, myself or any other freak of nature who has the time to read the op-eds (we all know the only reason anyone picks up the paper is to read BDG); rather, it is to appease the blood-lust of my editor (hallo, Courtney!). Therefore, dear (freak of nature) reader, forgive the inadequacies.

Brave new world

(10/11/00 9:00am)

Flipping through the television channels last week trying to find something decent to watch at four in the afternoon, I settled on Game One of the Braves-Cardinals series. I saw the Cardinals destroy Greg Maddux in the first inning for six runs and ultimately hold off the Braves for a 7-5 victory. And I could only hope that the Cards could maintain that intensity and become the first team since 1990 to make sure the Braves failed to advance to the National League Championship Series.

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