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THE SECOND GUNMAN feels bitter after the career fair

(10/28/02 5:00am)

As you may have noticed, there was a career fair a few weeks ago. Realizing a grand opportunity when I see one, I went. After a few seconds in the Bryan Center, I got that familiar sinking feeling. I was in the elevator again, too lazy to take the stairs to the Armadillo Grill. After some "steak" fajitas and three bottles of Miller High Life, it was time to scope the job market.



Column: The second gunman writes like a girl

(09/30/02 4:00am)

Chronicle columnist Karan Pentcil (name changed to protect the innocent) didn't get enough of her crap into the paper last Friday, so she asked THE SECOND GUNMAN for a favor. I was too lazy to write any funny stuff for today, so it helps me out too. We're symbiotic like that. Besides, the editors are too busy sorting through Nick Christie's hate mail to even read what I write. And who needs humor when there's Cosmo to read?


The Second Gunman parks in the fire lane

(09/16/02 4:00am)

Before I get started, I have an announcement to make. THE SECOND GUNMAN is turning pro after this season and would prefer to be called "Jay" from now on. Jay will refer to himself in the first person plural from here on out.A Professional athletes and egomaniacs commonly refer to themselves in the third person, but we would like to set a standard of originality.



The second gunman: It's about time that Duke Reads

(09/02/02 4:00am)

So apparently Duke has started reading. This is a good thing because, well, we have finally caught up with first graders all over the nation. Before when people at Duke were not reading, lots of bad things happened. Testaments to this fact: Trent, Curriculum 2000, Larry Moneta's new plan for West, Rick's Diner ran out of food- the list goes on. But now boldly proclaimed in large color photos in the lobby of our great Perkins Library, Duke's best and brightest stand up and proclaim: "DUKE READS."