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Ofi for Panic, off in a flash,
onc€ dQain for the Hsitoween b«sh.
First thing to Jo - get your ticket.
Nod, take yo^ - eat it, don’t lick it.
People here all dressed up funny.
Even Widespnesd, induding Sonny.
Things sure are getting weird,
But it's Halloween and I'rri aJIowed to get scared.
‘Dogs, Pigeons, Rocks ai the Bottom of a Pool"
Soiff>ds good, making me drool.
"Jacic, Love (fuck) Tr&otor, Chilly Water."
Par»c is starting to get hotter.
X Brown, Guilded Splinters, Traveling Light”
fvten, Rstem to dr>at, sure is tight.
"Space Wrangler Is Jumping In A River."
It’s hot in here, but I still got a shiver.
5top-erid-Go Dream plus one other^'
made afriend and I made a brother.
Out of the show, dripping with sweat.
Need to stick around, can't leave just yet.
‘Hey man, do you need a bag?
It's kind bud, won't make you gag.”
Listen to the Kerbmaster banging her beat.
Son^' you didn't get in, but ^^ur tune sounds
Let’s go back and do a bong hit.
I've got to get away from all this weind shit.
Sleep for a bit, but wake up soon.
We haw to be back, hopefully before noon.
Fed like shit for the entire next day.
But as tl’ie saying goes - if wu play-you pay.
\^Hdespread had a sale this night, though.
Sony more of you Brevardians couldn't go.^. -
or t: n s c r. x: i: lu-x: s
Thistim«;THE SNACK BAR
To the people, From the Snack Bar. I think we all
do verj^ well in trying to feed you kids, the food
is not bad because you get what you want and
we get it to you hot and f^ and we try to meet
your every need. As we aJ! know some of
cari be very ver/ picky. So take care and go
easy on the people in the snack bar.
Love The People
From The Snack Bar
Our qualms have never been with the
people who work at the snack bar or the service
The thing we dislike is the ARA food. You are
right in saying that you all do a ver^/ good job
and have our food ready quickly (unless you
come in at 7:10, then it takes half an hour or
1^ English teacher once said to me -and
befieve this - that anyone who is the least bit
enterprising could run the cafeteria or bookstore
independently and turn a profit. If this is true,
then why couldn't you do the sa/rie with the
snack ba.»? It is true -we don't need A.RA. But
no one has got any ambition to take on the goal
If they did I’m sure some prices would go down.
That's another thing - prices. The prices
here are way too high. "People don't want to pay
this much for food... If you want bad food for
cheap prices, you cari just go to Hardees,
good friend of mine said. The booicstore prices
on books are high loo!
One more thing, how come ».*e only get
$2.50 worth of food when we can eat as much as
v/e want in the cafe? I think v.'e should be
allowed at least $3.00; then you could at least
get a drink instead of water. Also, how come we
cari't get refills when we can in the cafe? It is a
done by the sajne company, Isnt it?
Last but not least, when are you people
going to use those baskets again? Slop using
sfyTOfoam! It's temble for the environment.
A.nd bow about paper cups?
And to the giri with the really long hair; Put
your hair in a net! You have no idea how gross it
is watching you cook our food along witt"! your
hair. A hat won't do. You need a net! If this
ifdoesn't change - a possible call
>epartment might do it!
— Someone Who Cares
GRATEFUL DEAD - “WITi-IOLJT A
The new Grateful Dead live
abum, "Vi^hout A Net," Is a must
Durchase for all you DH's out there
and fellow listeners. It Y/as
•ecorded from various shows in
October of 1989 through April of
1990. Buyers can obfein this LP in
CD, t3.pe, or album form. Although,
If planning on buying it on CD, one
will be paying a mighty $36.00, one
will recieve a 1990 World Tour
Doster, an exclusive photo booklet,
and a song list.
When first listeninq to it,
because of massive anticipation,
accidentally threw In the 2nd set
first. This set is truly excellent. It
starts out in a jumpy "China Cat
Sunflovv^r”, and as usual turns into
a jamming "I Know You Rider.'
Then, a very relaxing "Looks Like
Rain" comes on. As this Is over, a
16:14 "Eyes of the World" blows
your mind with a guest appearance
by Branford Marsalis playing tenor
and soprano saxophone. The res
of this set follow's Vv'ith “Victim or the
Crime", "Help on the Way
Slipknot! / Fran}lin‘s Tov^^r," "One
l'v4ore Saturday Niqht," and a qrea
J V *
Dear Mr. Fantasy."
The first set Is just as good,
opens with "Feel Like a Stra.ngei
Yvhich is really Impressive. Then,
"Half Step Mississippi" kicks ass.
Following that there is "Walkin’
Blues", "Althea", "Cassidy", "Bird
Song", and "Let It Grow."
fhis album Is GRATEFULLY
DEADICATED to Clifton Haugh. I
vou like the Dead, this one is for