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    Contact us via e-mail (letters@ocweekly.com), regular mail (Letters to the Editor, OC Weekly, P.O. Box 10788, Costa Mesa, CA 92627) or fax (714-708-8410). Letters will be edited for clarity and length. By submission of a letter, you agree that we ca...

    on April 4, 2002
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    Our Little Secret - The ABAs and Anaheim Surf attempt to do what few OC teams can: Survive

    There are 500 people--maybe--in the Anaheim Convention Center Arena, which seats 8,800. They are a quiet 500, so when a moment of silence is asked for the victims of Sept. 11, the silence goes well beyond respectful to eerie, vacuum-packed, like hol...

    by Steve Lowery on April 4, 2002
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    Size Matters - With developers now eyeing El Toro, Irvine mayor insists he wont compromise on Great Park plan

    Photo by Davis BarberReacting to "nay-sayers and pessimists," Irvine Mayor Larry Agran has guaranteed that 59 percent of the former El Toro Marine Air Corps Station will be parkland if his city succeeds in annexing the 4,700-acre property from the c...

    by ANTHONY PIGNATARO on April 4, 2002
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    Drugs Are Bad, Mmmmkay? - People I want to fight!

    At the Republican Unity Breakfast the morning after the March 5 election, the Reverend Lou Sheldon of the Traditional Values Coalition approached my (now ex-, again!) boyfriend, who is Republican gubernatorial nominee Bill Simon's political director...

    by REBECCA SCHOENKOPF on March 28, 2002
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    Diary of a mad county

    MONDAY, March 11 Clockwork joins the Orange County Libertarian Party in saluting Congressman Dana Rohrabacher (R-Huntington Beach). You read that right: saluting--and not the one-fingered kind. The former writer of scary Ronald Reagan speeches and e...

    by Matt Coker on March 28, 2002
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    Trailer Trash

    Patient: Star Wars, Episode II: Attack of the Clones, "Clone War" trailer Profile: The fourth--and latest--of the Star Wars trailers that gives way too much information in the way of geo-political machinations and not nearly enough in the way of st...

    by Steve Lowery on March 28, 2002
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    Aussie and Hairy It

    Illustration by Bob AulI'm not sure how things are done in the land Down Under, but here in the USA, we don't live like characters in a George Orwell novel. You see, in America, we are encouraged to exercise our First Amendment right--that would be ...

    by ANONYMOUS on March 28, 2002
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    Attack of the Killer Tomatoes - Florida tomato boycott targets Taco Bell. But what about Del Taco?

    Photo by David BaconDel Taco is famous for its commercials portraying the company's main competitor, Taco Bell, as a corporate monolith that doesn't serve real food. Have you seen those cute ads with Del Taco's soft-spoken mascot, Dan the Product Gu...

    by Nick Schou on March 28, 2002
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    Air Argyros - The countys most sensational two-day trial youve never heard about

    Illustration by Bob AulIn 1998, George L. Argyros--a Republican who says he hates "frivolous lawsuits"--sued Orange County. On Feb. 28, 2000, his case went to court. It was the county's most sensational two-day trial you've never heard about--becaus...

    by ANTHONY PIGNATARO on March 28, 2002
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    More Fuelish War Talk

    The bottom line on Iraq is whether an attack against Saddam Hussein helps or hinders the Republican Party's chances in midterm elections next November. A quick air strike on Iraq with no U.S. casualties might make Bush look extra-special tough. But ...

    by JAMES RIDGEWAY on March 28, 2002
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    Not So Natural Selection - Annie Tran is a future doctor, current creationist

    Photo by Courtney OquistIn a conference room the size of a closet, on Charles Darwin's 193rd birthday, Annie Tran doesn't blend in. While the Students for Science and Skepticism at UC Irvine throw a birthday party for and a respectful discussion on ...

    by CHRISTIAN WALSH on March 28, 2002
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    Nunca te Olvidaremos - Josie Montoya, 1942-2002

    Photo by Jack GouldLast Saturday, the Weekly lost one of its most cherished friends. At 9:45 a.m., Josie Montoya, a founding member of the Anaheim community group United Neighborhoods, passed away in Brea after losing her battle against diabetes. Sh...

    by Nick Schou on March 28, 2002
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    The Druidic Candidate - Can California deal with a Druid for governor?

    Photo by Jeanne RiceIn a country just now coming to grips with its millions of Muslim residents, and in a county that not long ago freaked out about the construction of a Hindu temple in Buena Park, a Druid running for governor is bound to raise eye...

    by VICTOR D. INFANTE on March 28, 2002
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    Letters

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    on March 28, 2002
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    Raise the Bar - All Jack Flynn needs to make it is 33 and one-third cosmos a night

    Photo by Jack GouldI don't want Jack Flynn to be too rich and happy. I want him to be moderately successful, but maybe not so successful that he can afford to put a shower into the bitchen Costa Mesa warehouse where he lives. (He does shower, but at...

    by REBECCA SCHOENKOPF on March 28, 2002
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    Eddie Loves the Coach House

    Yes, that was a very self-absorbed-looking Eddie Vedder--does he look any other way?--hiding beneath a fedora on March 12 during the encores of Neil Finn's Coach House show. Vedder has been one of Finn's good buds for a while--going back at least as...

    on March 28, 2002
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    Mule-Faced Girl

    Illustration by Bob AulI'm feeling like the mule with a carrot held forever in front of my face. You keep promising we'll get married, but nothing happens. When I raise the issue, you say I'm pressuring you. When I ask you to marry me, you say it's ...

    by ANONYMOUS on March 21, 2002
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    Diary of a Mad County

    TUESDAY, March 5 UFO Digest--the Art Bell of the print world--drops a bombshell: a day before Marilyn Monroe's "suicide," the CIA learned she was going to hold a press conference to tell all about a crashed spacecraft and dead bodies that John F. Ke...

    by Matt Coker on March 21, 2002
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    Predictably Unpredictable

    PATIENT: A Beautiful Mind PROFILE: Predictable biopic about unpredictable mathematical genius John Nash that examines his life and work through the lens of his schizophrenia. Think Shine meets Goodbye Mr. Not Playing With All His Chipsmeets To Schi...

    by Steve Lowery on March 21, 2002
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    on March 21, 2002
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