Argon Weekly Survey
  Last week, the survey asked what's the worst movie you ever saw, this week, Argon asked,  "I'm doing a survey to be published in @Action News, What's the best movie you ever saw"
*Gina_Doberman says, "2001: A Space Odyssey"
*Maxl hisses, "Brazil! It has everything. Explosions, naked chicks, explosions, Johnathan Price, explosions. And some kind of plot."
*Lavender writes down, "Bambi, it has bunnies in it. :)
*Vassily says, "Toss up for Me, Between Brazil, Apocalypse Now and The Seven Samurai"
*Rown says, "Easy! BraveHeart!"
*Eris considers this... "Clerks."
*Mouser hisses, "Well, I know it's a bit conventional, Argon, but I'd have to go with 'Casablanca'. It's one of the few movies I can think of where every single line of dialog is quotable."
*Max says, "Dr. Strangelove."
PatchO'Black mews, "I've enjoyed classics like 'Citizen Kane' and 'His Girl Friday', but I've also enjoyed such popular films as 'Star Wars', 'Akara', 'Princess Mokono' (sp?)...it's hard to choose just one..."
Lavender Hearing Voices
Recently in the garden Argon was doing a survey, and I suggested maybe he could ask everyone what they think I'd sound like if I had a voice. Argon suggested I write an article on it, especially since a few furs in the park offered suggestions. As for me, I always thought if I had a voice, it would be a nice feminine voice, one that would have a bit of a calming effect, like making others around me feel comfortable. Some of the other comments furs make show maybe I'm wishing for too much. :) I've heard several voices come up that I might be like, here's a few of them: Bea Arthur, Fran Drescher, Roseanne, and Rosie O'Donnell. After seeing that list, I think maybe I am better off the way I am. :)
TwoHart Old and Odd Books
Sometimes you get an idea in your head, like the creation of SpinDizzy, for example.  Sometimes, it goes a little farther than you expected, like lasting for over three years.  Documenting important changes, meaning changes considered important by SpinDizzy's
players, was given a boost this last Tuesday by Amy.
Amy gave Old and Odd Books its first exhibit, an old Bulletin Board created for use on SpinDizzy in 1998. The BBoard still belongs to her and has its old @when on it, which can be accessed by looking at the plaque she made, located next to the BBoard. (t #1735 to go
directly there)
If you have something to exhibit, or questions about the Exhibit or the store in general, please don't hesitate to contact me.  I'll see you at Odd Books,  1, e5 or t #5970, and completely linkable.
Maxl, former editor EDITORIAL: How to survive college OR The Zen of The Hangover.
  College! It's that time of year again, when you have to spend less time on the MUCK complaining about having nothing to do, due to the fact that you're now in classes complaining that you have too much to do. But fear not! Former Newspaper Editor & World-Renowned
Cynic Maxl is here to help you ease that mind-numbing stress and still maybe get a C or two in your classes.

* Blot out any knowledge inadvertently absorbed over the week with as much drunken debauchery on the weekend as possible.
* Ignore your advisor. You know what degree you're getting better than they do.
* Skip classes, or sleep in them. Classes are for people much less intelligent than you, who don't already know everything.
* Contradict the professor. At random points in the lecture jump out of your seat and scream 'Au contraire, mon frere!' or your choice of a line from any 50s sci-fi flick about how there are Things Man Was Not Meant To Know.
* Drink. Your obvious superiority means you will never drink too much or at inappropriate times.
* Drink more.
* While taking tests, write answers in an incomprehensible language you invented while drinking.

Following these tips are sure to allow you to get through college!

Neither @Action News nor the author are liable for any idiot who takes this advice.

Argon The Doze Garden
@Action News Info Guidelines and Procedure for Submitting Articles
  Submitting a story or artwork for @Action News is easy!  Just send it to newspaper@spindizzy.org, or qmail or page Argon about it.

Most any type of story or article will be excepted.  Generally, we'd prefer things that aren't out and out lies or flames about other folks, and have a basis in the reality of SpinDizzy.  The things reported don't have to have actually happened, (Any more than anything that happens here does.) but make sure you don't overstep the social boundaries and rules of interaction that we have.  These are pretty broad guidelines, but we expect good sense to apply.