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On the spot!


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By Kylee Dawson
Arizona Daily Wildcat
Tuesday, March 8, 2005
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Freshman and former thief is glad Martha Stewart is free, doesn't think she has any prison tattoos

Wildcat: My name is Kylee and you're on the spot. So, are you happy Martha Stewart is out?

Wong: Ahm ... Sure, I guess. I don't think she did anything wrong.

Wildcat: So you don't think she should have been locked up in the first place?

Wong: Not really.

Wildcat: Why not?

Wong: Because, wasn't the reason she was locked up because she lied to the public or something? So, why didn't they do that to Bill Clinton?

Wildcat: Ooooo! So, do you think she learned how to make a shank while she was in? And, I don't mean a lamb shank.

Wong: What do you mean?

Wildcat: A shank. Do you know what a shank is?

Wong: No. (Laughs)

Wildcat: It's a weapon you use to stab people.

Wong: No, I don't think so. (Laughing) I didn't hear about that.

Wildcat: OK, well, what else do you think she learned while she was in prison?

Wong: I don't know. I know that people liked her in jail. Because she's Martha Stewart.

Wildcat: Do you think she got any prison tattoos?

Wong: No. Maybe, I don't know.

Wildcat: Have you ever been locked up, in jail or prison?

Wong: No. (Laughs)

Wildcat: The last time I went to jail, I threw my arms around and pretended I was crazy so that nobody would mess with me. Do you think that's a good strategy?

Wong: To protect yourself. People might think you're crazy, but sure.

Wildcat: Aha! So you have been in jail, haven't you?

Wong: No.

Wildcat: Then how did you know that?

Wong: I hear crazy things that happen in jail, like in movies.

Wildcat: So, if you got locked up, what do you think it would probably be for?

Wong: I don't know. Stealing maybe?

Wildcat: Stealing what?

Wong: I don't know. I stole before, but ...

Wildcat: Ooo. How old were you?

Wong: It was probably when I was 17.

Wildcat: What'd you steal?

Wong: Cologne or perfume from Hollister. I did it for fun.

Wildcat: Did you get caught?

Wong: No.

Wildcat: OK. So, if you did get arrested, who would most likely come and get you out: your parents or your friends?

Wong: My parents, because they love me.

- Interview and photo by Kylee Dawson



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