Allison ZimmerEllen “Scraps “ Cushing
Managing Editor o Fea-tures and Liestyle
Kate DoyleFred Milgrim
Managing Editor o Artsand Culture
Julia KantorAnisha SekarPaul WatanabePhil Lai
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LETTER FROM THE EDITOR
Dear Reader,Ernie Anastos has that vacant-faced look that’s perfect for anews anchor. It’s accompanied with a booming, velvety voice,thick jet-black hair that’s receded just enough for a distin-guished forehead, and an effortlessly toothy smile—one withshimmering pearly whites that glisten against his lightly-toastedcomplexion.“It takes a tough man to make a tender forecast,” he says,bantering with a pudgy weatherman live on FOX5 WNYW.“I guess that’s me,” the weatherman says, trying too hard tolook comfortable.“Keep f*cking that chicken,” Mr. Anastos casually lobsback.As self-consciously as Jon Stewart and I have tried to injectthis elegant expletive into our daily usage, its absurdity cannever be replicated exactly. But I think it’s worth noting thatsomething beautiful happens when we loosen our tongues. Not
so much in the sense of letting your opinions errantly y out
like debris from a wood chipper. But more in letting language
be uid, not limiting yourself to clichés or latching yourself into
the same conversation you’ve had over and over again.
The weather in Providence sure is unpredictable; etc.
Be sensitive, of course, and never speak out of ignorance
(unless you fess up rst). But spice up your speech, my darling
reader. Don’t always stick to the script, feel out the scene. Andhey, it’s Spring Break. You can always blame it on the booze.Keep f*cking that chicken,
to gray ponytail guy at the Rock forenforcing the “no food” rule. My appleisn’t going to hurt your books — I promise!The tickets are now
to BSA for failing to properly antici-pate the server burden from everyone try-ing to order tickets at once.
to Ben & Jerry’s for free coneday.
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