By Nate Buchik
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Weezer is sure to take the country by storm with its new single, "We Are All On Drugs." It's a rad song with its butt-rock riffage, but it got even radder because they changed the song to "We Are All In Love" specifically for MTV. Now it's got a positive message!
Arizona Daily Wildcat
Thursday, September 29, 2005
Gripe of the week
Why is it that Century Theatres doesn't take credit or debit cards? What year is this? Even hot dog stands are starting to take cards. Get with the program. Oh, but they do have an ATM inside that will make you late and charge you an extra $2 for your movie. Which brings me to my next point: the cost of movies for students. Newsflash! Students are poor. Give us a student discount and it might be worth it to see "Deuce Bigalow 2." They give a discount to the old people, why not the semi-young? Start taking cards and giving discounts and business will boom. It's for your own good, Century.
Ashton Kutcher has tied the knot with someone much older than him. Ha. But the news of the week is that Kate Moss tried cocaine (gasp). She was subsequently fired from her contract with clothing giant H & M. I thought that drug use was OK if it kept you skinny.
These new Burger King commercials with the "king" digitally inserted into football games are pretty funny the first time you see them. So watch them once and maybe a second time to really let them sink in. Then make sure you cover your eyes if you see them come on again. Are there any commercials that never get old? E-mail email@example.com if you think you've got one.
"I wish them nothing but the best," "Full House" alumnus John Stamos giving his blessing to the marriage of his ex-wife Rebecca Romijn to former fat kid from "Stand By Me," Jerry O'Connell.
I hate to lead you to MTV's Web site, but they're streaming the new Franz Ferdinand album, You Could Have It So Much Better, before you can buy it on Tuesday. Check out "Evil and a Heathen."
www.mcsweeneys.net. Besides The Onion, there isn't any funnier free content on the Web than this Web site for McSweeney's. With help from literary heartthrob Dave Eggers, they parody pop culture with new humor columns almost daily. For example, here's a recent hilarious one: "Thirty-Nine Questions for Charlie Daniels Upon Hearing 'The Devil Went Down to Georgia' for the First Time in 25 Years."