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    Not Just Your Ass

    Illustration by Bob AulWhen we got together, you worked out every day. You said health was as important to you as intellect and spirituality. Now you're a fatso whose reading list includes everything from Sports Illustrated to Sports Illustrated. Yo...

    by ANONYMOUS on January 15, 2004
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    Dear Register Reader

    On Jan. 11, the Register published a letter from Paul DeMarco of Brea who complained that recent attacks on cyclists were not the first time a human had been killed by a mountain lion. "These unfortunate folks found out first-hand that the cuddly ki...

    by SCOTT GIFFIN on January 15, 2004
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    Letters

    Letters may be edited for clarity and length. E-mail to letters@ocweekly.com, or send to Letters to the Editor, c/oOC Weekly, 1666 N. Main St., Ste. 500, Santa Ana, CA 92701. COMMIEDIAN Just reread Rebecca Schoenkopf's "I, Stalker" [Nov. 28] col...

    on January 15, 2004
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    Wild Game

    There's the wild game for which you lie in wait--to kill, drag home, dismember and gorge upon the way your Neanderthal ancestors did. You eat it hunkered over flames, straightening only to hurl a gnawed-clean femur over your neighbor's fence. Then...

    by THEO DOUGLAS on January 15, 2004
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    Mystery Meats

    ENGLISH PASTY When me granddad was a wee lad in the north o' England, his mam used to fabricate into a kinder pie, a crusty thing what he called a Cornish pasty. He admits now that poverty was a constant border in their rooms, and that mam worked in...

    on January 15, 2004
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    Hamburger Heaven

    Veggie burgers abound in the county--some are even edible. But lovers of quarter-pounders, double-doubles and the Atkins diet should haunt the following hamburger hamlets and worship their protein mullah. Knowlwood: A chain, yes, but OC born and br...

    on January 15, 2004
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    Organs

    We live in one of the few nations where wicked animal innards are dumped into feed troughs so livestock can engage in fun cannibalism. Our loss. But thanks to the wonders of open borders, the county now teems with communities that use offal in disgu...

    on January 15, 2004
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    Meat Your Maker - The opposite of vegetarian

    Irvine dietician Dorothy Ziegler (no relation), R.D., wrote the book on maintaining a balanced diet--The Best Darn Book About Nutrition and Health, actually. But life's too short to stay balanced, so we asked her what's best for our body once our in...

    by Chris Ziegler on January 15, 2004
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    Taco & Meat - A Match Ordained in Heaven

    Photo by Jessica CalkinsDis Carne asada : The most popular order by Mexicans and gabachosalike. At Taquera El Granjenal (the finest taquera in the county, btw) carne asada is the best bet, blackened-but-juicy mountains of flank steak doused w...

    by Gustavo Arellano on January 15, 2004
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    Like,Gross! - Four Reasons to Throw Away this Issue NOW!

    1 Scat! 2 Fat! 3 Ouch! 4 Mad Cow! Dan Mathews was born in Orange County and is currently Vice President for PETA (People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals). If you'd like more reasons to go vegan or to order a free vegetarian starter kit, ca...

    by DAN MATHEWS on January 15, 2004
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    Meat Me in Hell - A guide to great food

    Photo by James BunoanBy Gustavo Arellano, Joan Chyun, Matt Coker, Theo Douglas, Ellen Griley, Rich Kane, Steve Lowery, Tim Meltreger, Vuonganh Ngo, Rebecca Schoenkopf, Will Swaim, Jim Washburn and Chris Ziegler. Edited by Gustavo Arellano. Congrat...

    on January 15, 2004
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    The Lion Speaks Tonight - King of beasts calls for calm, more squirrels

    Concerned over possible reprisals and rampant taxidermy, a broad coalition of wildlife and trademarked animal pitchmen pleaded for calm in the wake of a vicious Jan. 8 attack by a mountain lion that left a Foothill Ranch man dead and a Santa Ana wom...

    by Steve Lowery on January 15, 2004
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    Clean Bill of Hell - Investigators for Diocesan Audit Never Bothered Talking to Victims

    Photo by Sarah CallenderRead the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops' (USCCB) recent audit of the Diocese of Orange and you'll get the impression that all is hunky-dory in a church rocked by the metastasizing priest-boy sex scandal. The r...

    on January 15, 2004
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    Watching the Carbon Detective - UCI prof Sue Trumbore is out to find the Missing Sink

    Photo courtesy UC IrvineDecember was a busy month for Earth's atmosphere. There was the news that the Bush Environmental Protection Agency had allowed power plants 15 years instead of six to reduce mercury emissions--and imposed no restrictions on c...

    by Matt Coker on January 15, 2004
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    Theres Got to Be a Morning After - Emergency contraception may go over-the-counter

    Next month--if the religious right is right and you're lucky--will be the month of love. That's when Food and Drug Administration commissioner Mark B. McClellan is likely to make Plan B emergency contraception available over the counter nationwide. ...

    by SARAH CALLENDER on January 15, 2004
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    Operation Phoenix Rises from the Ashes of history - Death squads didnt work in Vietnam, but the CIA is betting theyll be great in Iraq

    Never pretty, the war in Iraq is about to get a whole lot uglier. U.S. officials have begun to recruit ex-officers of Saddam Hussein's infamous Mukhabarat, or secret police, to hunt down resistance forces fighting U.S. troops in Iraq. According to...

    by Nick Schou on January 15, 2004
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    Radio-Free Little Saigon - Politician Van Tran tries to silence his most vociferous critic

    Photo by Jessica CalkinsGarden Grove city councilman and Assembly candidate Van Tran, who has previously bought airtime to accuse prominent Little Saigon radio host Diane Vo of slandering him, has now formally complained to the station's owner and i...

    by Gustavo Arellano on January 15, 2004
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    Dear Register Reader - We respond to the Registers readers because the Reggie wont and we think, frankly, thats just bad form

    On Dec. 25, the Register published a letter from Chris Heron of Mission Viejo, who responded to the international ban on American beef by suggesting that the U.S. impose a similar restriction on imported automobiles, since "accidents involving autom...

    by SCOTT GIFFIN on January 8, 2004
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    I Digress - To make a long story short . . .

    Photo by James BunoanThere was a Hummer out front, with an insouciantly personalized plate: NATI BYZ, it read, to no one's surprise. Shockingly --shockingly!--it was illegally parked in a fire lane. Fortunately, since we were spending New Year's Eve...

    by REBECCA SCHOENKOPF on January 8, 2004
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    Parking Sluts

    Illustration by Bob AulLook, I know you mean well, and that a position such as yours at an overpriced private university can be tough, but the mass e-mail sent out to all university staff, faculty and students? Come the fuck on. There's a very good ...

    by ANONYMOUS on January 8, 2004
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