By Rebekah Kleinman
Scheize Taschenkunst, El Chupacaera, Cupcake and Shawstank; University of the Pacific students and alum.
Arizona Daily Wildcat
Tuesday March 25, 2003
WILDCAT: So I can't believe you guys called me to come do On the Spot. You're the coolest.
CHUPA: Yeah. Well, we actually brought some questions for you.
WILDCAT: For me? Really?
WILDCAT PHOTOGRAPHER: It doesn't matter, no one reads it anyway.
WILDCAT: You shut it. Plenty of people read it. Although some have said that it would serve better as a space for doodling.
SHAWSTANK: That's what you do. You doodle with words.
WILDCAT: Yes, my vocabulary is very doodle-y.
CUPCAKE: So technically you could write a check on anything and cash it. So, I was wondering, do you think a graham cracker would work?
WILDCAT: I'd really be concerned about the graham cracker because, well, if someone has some milk nearby and it starts looking good ·
CHUPA: Putting your money where your mouth is.
WILDCAT: Yeah, yeah. And then you have gastrointestinal embezzlement issues. I mean, how are you really going to get that out of someone, it'll be all digested and well, you know where it would have to come from.
SCHEITZE: How do you feel about lawn ornaments?
WILDCAT: Lawn ornaments?
SCHEITZE: Twenty-four percent of all American lawns contain some sort of ornamentation.
WILDCAT: That I did not know. I have personally never had a problem with people stealing lawn gnomes from my yard, because I don't have a yard, but if I did, I would most definitely not have flamingos. What are your feelings on lawn ornaments?
SCHEITZE: At night, we used to go out and steal them.
WILDCAT: What? That is so sad.
SCHEITZE: Well, we sent postcards back to the people we stole them from.
WILDCAT: Interesting. Chupa, I like your wig, it's all knotty.
CHUPA: Thank you. Somebody made it.
WILDCAT: This I gathered.