By Claire C. Laurence
Arizona Daily Wildcat
Thursday, September 2, 2004
Senior wants to reach out and touch women, would streak if world was ending very soon
Candee: Are you looking to talk to someone?
Wildcat: I'm just looking for an interview.
Candee: Hey, do you want to interview me?
Wildcat: Why do you want to be On the Spot?
Candee: Because you asked me.
Wildcat: Umm... you asked me, actually.
Candee: Well, I guess it's a good way to reach out and touch the students.
Wildcat: So you want to touch all of the students?
Candee: Women, just women.
Wildcat: What kind of women?
Candee: Any kind of attractive woman...
Wildcat: Does that happen often?
Candee: Oh yeah. You know what I'm sayin'?
Wildcat: Right, I forgot... you're the hippity hop guy.
Candee: The hip hop director... here at KAMP.
Wildcat: Can you hop for me?
Candee: Are people going to be able to see it?
Wildcat: Uh... sure... yeah, we'll stick in a hologram.
Candee: (hippity hops)
Wildcat: If the world were going to end at midnight, what kind of things would you do with your final hours?
Candee: Umm... probably something of the illegal variety.
Wildcat: Well, you can't get into too much trouble, so what would you do?
Candee: I'd probably streak around to every building here on campus.
Wildcat: And touch all of the students?
Candee: Yeah, all of the women.
Wildcat: Riiiiight. How 'bout you interview me.
Candee: (grabs recorder) Hey, we're here On the Spot with Claire Laurence... a photographer for the Arizona Daily Wildcat.
Wildcat: (lifts ID badge) Good job... you can read.
Candee: So... Claire... why'd you wanna become a photographer?
Wildcat: I like to take pictures... shocker, eh?
Candee: Mmm... so what kinda dress are you wearing there?
Wildcat: This is actually called a skirt. It's protected by a shockfield... so no touchie.
Candee: So what kind of skirt are you wearing?
Wildcat: Are you done staring at my legs now?