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The Voice Of YouthJuly 1998
Volume 1 Issue 3
Radiohead - Beautiful Freaks? by The Mask
once heard one of my not "unattractive" friends comment on Radiohead:"How can such ugly 'Tlen make such beautiful music?" Firstly, as the way society operates cannot be altered by one person alone, I will have to decline in stating that I believe individuals shouldn't be tried and sentenced according to their appearance. Surely people shouldn't judge each other at all? Anll'Al8'j, : will descend from my moral high ground and go on to (try to) answer the question. Radiohead's music manages to be so heart-rending and sublime because of the fact that they are "aesthetically challenged". Becauseit is usually the people vho are victimised by society, for not looking like models, who are the more sensitive and perceptive. They need to rely on other talents to succeed, rather then prostituting their looks. In the case of Thom Yorke, it was his paralysed eyelid which forced him to retreat from the taunts of the playground into the music room. Here he honed his musical skills and even proceeded to build his own guitar in order to become "the next Brain May". The years of torment from both his counterparts and the media, have caused Thom to be unsociable and morose, refusing to do interviews with the British press.
ower Sixth would like to wish Upper Sixth GOOD LUCK for the future! We would like to say bye to the friends we've made and thank you for the parties which have been organised during the past year. We hope that we've not caused too much hassle for you! We know we won't fill your shoes (or hats) and let's face it who wants to(?)! We are not only saying good~ bye to Upper Sixth but also to Mr. Mills. When he introduced us to the school with his famous assembly: "You have .., days left at this school." What he really was counting down was the number of days he had left at this school. We would like to wish him all the best for the future and that he doesn't have to spen,d too at the psychias after such a career!
Ugly or not, have we
got the right to judge others?
Not that this ridicule has done his creativity any harm. Thorn and co. have managed to tum their bad experiences into award winning music with sensational melodies and electrifying guitar riffs, not to mention the lyrics; sometimes unnerving: Continued on page 2...
s well as the usual articles, the first issue back after the summer holidays needs articles which will give info to the new lower sixth and also to welcome them to the Sixth Form. If anybody has any articles which they would like in this first issue back please hand them in by the end of this term!
IInSide This Issue
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EuroEnglish - English rule over German
he European Union Commissioners have announced that agreement has been reached to adopt EngJish as the preferred language for European communications, rather than German, which was-the other possibility. As part of the negotiations, Her Majesty's Government conceded that English spelling had some room for improvement and has accepted a five-year phased plan for what will be known as EuroEnglish (Euro for short). In the first year, "s" will be used instead of the soft "c", Sertainly, Sivil Servants will resieve this news with joy. Also, the hard "c" will be replased with "k". Not only will this
klear up the konfusion, but typewriters kan have one letter less. There will be growing publik enthusiasm in the sekond year, when the troublesome "ph" will
...English as the preferred language for European communications, rather than German ...
be replaced by "f". This will make words like "fotograph" 20% shorter. In the third year, publik akseptanse of the new spelling kan be expekted to reach the stage where more kornplikated changes are possible. Govern-
ments will enkourage the removal of double letters, which have always been a deterent to akurate speling. Also, al wil agre that the horible mes of silent "e"s in the languag is disgrasful, and they would go. By the fourth year, peopl wil be reseptiv to steps such as plasing "th" by "z" and "w" by "v". During ze fifz year, ze unesesary "0" kan be ~ropd from vords kontaining "ou", and similar changes vud, of kors, be aplid to ozer kornbinations of leters. After zis fifz yeaar, ve vil hay a reli sensibl riten styl. Zer vil be no mor trubls or difikultis and evrivun vil find it ezi tu understand ech ozer.
Ze drem vilfinali kum tru!
Radiohead - Beautiful Freaks?
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e hope that you choke, that you choke" ["Exit Music (for a film)"], and "When I am king you will be first against the wall I Wjth youropinion which is of no consequence at all" ("Paranoid Android"); often heart breaking: "l'rn on a roll, I'm on a ro II this time / I feel my luck could change" ("Lucky"), and "A heart that's full up like a landfill I A job that slowly kills you I Bruises that won't heal" ("No Surprises"). Quite possibly the sentiments of a man bullied in his youth. I, myself, do not consider Thom to be overly ugly. He and his band members are all attractive in their own way, like everybody else in this world. Just because you don't have a queue of people lining up to get inside of your pants doesn't mean you are totally unfanciable. Nor should it stop you doing what you want to do. So, hey, form that band and get that record contract, because "Top of the Pops" won't not let you on just because you don't look like any of Boyzone or the Spice Girls. And lets face it, who really wants to?
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Unrequited Love- The Backlash (and some other stuff) by The Non-Resident Doc.
i everybody! (As a famous T.v. Doctor once said: "send your answers on a postcard to the mag.") This is your subversive, non-regular, non-resident Doctor here to share his experience and save the day once more. Firstly to the "Resident Doc." I am after your job! We don't know who you are but why not ry keeping a diary or something instead of broadcasting your life out loud? Okay, so the magazine would be far less interesting and entertaining but do you honestly believe that Q will know who he is? (I do - know who he is, that is, not believe that he does.) Here's the help bit... look, RD. (Resident Doc.), the only way that you can find out for sure if anything will happen is to ask Q. Okay, so you don;t know each other, why not try to get closer through being friends first. I know this from experience. Think about the probabilI
terrible affliction should be kept well away from and so Jeered at from a safe distance. The T.H.v. shows itself by changing the hair colour of its host. Particularly virulent during the summer months, it generally
...worry much more about this season's most frequent disease: "The technicolour hair virus" (T.H.V~).. .
only makes the hair go blond, but in extreme cases, red and even ginger hair has been found. You have been warned! Finally, ... Spaghetti is for life, just for Table funeral wakes. You know what I'm taking about alleged "Dr Chi Rih Lal. You don't love that stick like I do. Give her back, give her baaack!!! I shall return again when I am needed.
A Flash From The Past - an excerpt from "The Rivingtonian" - Summer Term, 1960 The Sixth-Formers Dilemma
stay or not to stay - that is the question! Whether 'tis nobler in the mind to suffer The rules and orders of outrageous school-life Or to take arms against the Staff who make 'em And, by opposing, end them? - To stay, to rot No more; and by such rot to say we end The boredom and the thousand rude remarks That we are prone to,' 'tis a consummation Devoutly to be wish 'd. To rot, to stay. To stay, perchance to work, what Staff may come When we have shuffled off this present 'mob' Must give us pause. There's the respect That makes calamity 0/ so long life, For who would bear the shame and toil a/standards, The marker's jibes, the withering sarcasm, The pangs a/known mistakes, results' delays. The laziness of office and the jeers That patient prefectsfrom the unworthy take When one with ease might her salvation gain Through an open Window. U. VI English Group. '
(with apologies to
You literally have no chance of him asking you - he doesn't know you and is far too shy anyway. You have some chance if you get to know him better than you do now ... then ask him. My final piece of advice, on this, (taken from something famous, again, answers on a postcard) DON'T PANIC! Second piece of advice: dither ye not on such paltry matters as smelly belly buttons, worry much more about this season's most frequent disease: "The technicolour hair virus" (T.H.V.). Sufferers of this
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hese tines witt hopefully bring two (or more) people together in a holy union of love and the making of it. I have wrote this for all the lonely people in our sixth form, For all the people who think that they deserve somebody, and for all the people who think that they would make a good lover. After all, as the famous song goes, "Everybody. needs somebody to love." I have tried to put a number of chat up lines for the females as well. So without further ado, I will introduce you to the love bringing lines: 1) For the more poetic male we have: "Flowers, presents and a heart as true The Earth, the moon, and humour too All these things I'll give to you for a little chat and a drink or two." 2) For the confident: "I am not a poet As you witt see I rnusn't blow it So please don;t flee. , wrote this poem To ask you out "II even show'em So watch me shout: 'flove this girl with all my heart so give me a chance before we part. '" 3) For the night club going person with two left feet: "I have been watching you dance, and since neither of us knows how to dance, I thought perhaps we could just have a drink and a chat." 4) The honest, up front, and definitely direct guy or girl: "Look you are a nice girl, I am a nice guy, would you like to take a shower?" 5) Mainly for the girls who ask guys out: "If you want to have your wicked
Ten Chat Up Lines: For the loveless among us by 1'11"1,:Sensitive
way with me, all you have to do is ask." 6) For the suave and sophisticated: "Our eyes have met Our hearts have spoken So please don't let The spell be broken Phone me later So we can meet To compute data On our heartbeat." 7) For the lazier people simply cut this out and give to the girl of your dreams: Is it for me? My smile replies To you from me. Today and always I'll think of you Your eyes I love And your body too. I feel giddy To think that you May come to me For a drink or two." I hope you all will go get somebody and enjoy And I will be able to rest that all my hard work has to waste. out and yourself. knowing not gone
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8) For the less confident, say it in
20th - Feb 19th) The highs of last month are deteriorating - try to keep smilingl
"How delicious is the winning Of a kiss at love's beginning (Feb 20th - March 2.0th) When two mutual hearts are sighTalk about the perfect ing relationship - shame it's just For the knot there is no untying. a dream! WAKE UPI So dial my number and keep it ringing, (March 21 st - April 19th) And I'll tell you why J've been grinIt's all over - you're back on ning. dry land. But if you're not Name . satisfied there's always the skies Telephone Number " to conquer. 9) The corny line: "If I said you had a cute little body, (April 20th - May 20th) or if I said that you have the small O.K. so the worst happened peculiar perfection that people when you told the one you sometimes have, would you hold watched from afar how you felt. it against me?" However, now it's all out in the 10) And lastly, for people with open you can finally breathe! good memories: "Your eyes are blue I And I love you I Continued on page 5...
Your smile is there
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Channels Four's Newest Import Is Set To Make Waves by Ellen Tench
hannel Four have once again outshined themselves by bringing to our screens another fantastic American import, "Ally McBeal"; played by the fresh face of Calista Flockhart. It foltows the life of afwenty-sornethlnq lawyer through her thoughts - from the expanding head of her assistant (Elaine) to images of herself and her ex-boyfriend (now one of her associates at the firm) making love in a cappuccino mug!
by Mystic Melon
(May 21st - June 21st) Even though a/he may not be what you've been looking for .REMEMBER "looks aren't everything!" )(
men,as she would say, "It is the view of flesh." At the moment she is trying to come to terms with meeting up with her first true love, who she is now working side by side with, and is found to be married. His wife may be better known, to some soap-aholies, as Alison from "Melrose Place", alias Courtney Thorne-Smith. But don't let this wide jawed woman put you off as she has now been transformed into
I:>.. (June 22nd - July 22nd)
saucy thing! You have finally pulled! Well it took you long enough!
(July 23rd - Aug 22nd) Everything just hasn't been going your way lately - never mind, console yourself by planning out your birthday list!
-m (Aug 23rd - Sept 22nd)
the sun's out! But don't forget there is a nightlife to live!
III Virgos only come alive when
It has .only been on a few weeks but I am already planning my Wednesday nights around itl What is it about this pro"'--br-a-:-in--"'--b.o-x-,-w-::-it-:-h-a-s-e-n-s-e~ Play you cards right and all ;Jramme that makes it so ap- -a~b:-:l-o-nd""C.-e-· of humour. you want will come true - just pealing? Is it her "snappish" There's also the MO bosses: avoid cheating! personality or her views on matRichard Fish is just a sweetie, ters of the heart (or as she calls .jI(Nov 23rd - Dec 21 st) all he wants from life is to make them McBealisms)? A prime Before you were complaining lots of money; John Cage has example of one of these of no relationships - now you just been caught soliciting and MCBealisms is, "The idea that have to many - watch you don't get so to win the trust of his colwhen peocaught out! leagues he makes a speech; af~ ple come terwards he hands around a together ~ (Dec 22nd - Jan 19th) questionnaire requesting them they stay Reserve your energy, to grade it! together. I summer's nearly nere! It's If ever a programme has have to time to plan ahead! been recommended it is this take that one! If wit, ambition, love and a with me when I go to bed at great cast are not what you want night; even if I'm going to bed DON'T FORGET WEDNESDAY in a programme, then never alone." For females it is such mind, it's "Question Time" on I NIGHTS AT 10PM! McBealisms which bring us to Thursday! appreciate this character, for I
·~ (Sept 23rd - Oct 23rd) "... the expan dIng Politeness does payoff of her yo~r efforts last month will bring head . their rewards. assistant ... " (Oct 24th - Nov 22nd)
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by Mr. Bionic
For a head cold: use an agonizer to spray the nose until it drops in your throat. To keep milk from turning sour: keep it in the cow. The pistol of a flower is its only protection against insects. The alimentary canal is located in the northern part of Indiana. The skeleton is what is left after the insides have been taken out and the outsides have been taken off. The purpose of the skeleton is something to hitch meat to. A permanent set of teeth consists of eight canines, eight cuspids, two molars and eight cuspidors. The tides are' a fight between the Earth and Moon. All water tends towards the moon because there is no water in the moon and nature abhors a vacuum. I forget where the sun joins in this fight. A fossil is an extinct animal. The older it is, the more extinct it is. Equator: A rnanaqerie lion around the Earth through Africa. Germinate: To become a naturalized German. Litre: A nest of young puppies. Magnet: Something you find crawling all over a dead animal.
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he following are all quotes from 11 year aids' science exams: Water is composed of two gins, Oxygin and Hydrogin. Oxygin is pure gin. Hydrogin is gin and water. When you breathe, you inspire. When you do not breathe, you expire. H20 is hot water and C02 is cold water. To collect fumes of sulphur, hold down a deacon over a flame in a test tube. When you smell an odourless gas, it is probably carbon monoxide. Nitrogen is not found in ireland because it is not found in a free state. Three kinds of blood vessels are arteries, vanes and caterpillars. Blood flows down one leg and up the other, Respiration is composed of two acts, first inspiration, and then expectoration. The moon is a planet just like the earth, only it is even deader. Artificial insemination is when the farmer does it to the cow instead of the bull. Dew is formed on leaves when the sun shines down on them and makes them perspire. A super-saturated solution is one that holds more than it can hold. Mushrooms always grow in damp places and so they look like umbrellas. The body consists of three parts - the brainium, the borax and the abominable
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cavity. The brainium contains the brain, the borax contains the heart and lungs, and the abominable cavity contains the bowels, of which there are five a.e,l,o and u. Momentum: What you give a person when they are going away. Planet: A body of earth surrounded by sky. Rhubarb: .A kind of celery gone bloodshot. Vacuum: A large, empty space where the pope lives. Before giving a blood transfusion, find out if the blood is affirmative or negative. To remove dust from the
Artificial insemination is when the farmer ...
eye, pull the eye down over the nose. For a nosebleed: put the nose much lower than the body until the heart stops. For drowning: climb on topof the person and move up and down to make Artificial Perspiration. For fainting: rub the person's chest or, if a lady, rub her arm above the hand instead. Or put the head between the knees of the nearest medical doctor. For dog bite: put the dog away for several days. If he has not recovered, kill it. For asphyxiation: apply artificial respiration until the patient is dead. To prevent conception: wear a condominium.
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And these were actually published in some science papers.
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One thing that I know is that life is " short And. you can.'t waste time on' a useless thought But once you've started, you just can't stop And your life'll end up a great big flop.
Because you never know what might grow Up there on the moon. Astronauts and Juggernauts Both zoom around the moon, At different speeds, 'With different needs, Up there on the moon. Both flowers and towers, With magical powers, Could grow with the cheese, (I'll have Stilton please) Up there on the moon. The moon is round, And hard is the ground. , Many micethere could be, Nibbling on your knee, Or maybe not; 'Cos no-one' knows .
What's growing up on the moon.
The Man With The Plastic Hand
There once was a man With a plastic hand, Who played in a hairpin band, .And lived in the .' sand. He played a harp, In' an E flat major sharp, And so the man with the hand In the band with the sand sung. And wouldn't it be funny If the man with the plastic hand, Who played in a hairpin band, And lived in the sand, Should be your Uncle?
drink tea, when I'm stressed, or depressed: Tea is good in the cold, ' Or when I feel, anything but bold ... ' I drink tea, when I'm sad, And when I'm going mad. I drink tea when I'm tired, And when I'm bored What is it about tea?': " Tea's great, it makes me high, And feel like I can fly,
A Mixed Commentary Of Comments by 'Carib Beali· "
ull'of Kintyre, Oh Mist rolling in from the sea. My desire, is .always to be on, the Mull of Kintyre...rr Ah yes... a classic song and no mistake, and for the Biology field tripsters amongst us, reminiscent of a memorable week on the Isle of Arran. Ah... the sheep, the Sights, the seaweed! All combine to form a haze of midges on a bright sunny day. Talking of "holidays", summer is upon us - in a rainy kind of way - and World Cup season is in full swing. The dancing Jamaican Reggae Boys have to be the highlight of the show, and they undoubtedly deserved a win in their first match. As it is - not to mention any names - there is an unspeakably large amount of football talk in this magazine already (Man. City) and since I am no authority on this subject but simply yearn to be a jiving Jamaican, I'll shut up! "Summer, Summer, Summer Time ..." Wimbledon, strawberries and champagne, seven weeks of dolce far niente(?) [Definition: hard work preparing for A-levels]. It is certainly time we students had a break from this constant essay I exam pressure - really we should be paid to go to university rather than having to cough up ourselves. I propose a massive student protest in London and would be interested to receive support for this idea. After all, how many holidays to the Isle of Arran and bottles of midge repellent could £1000 a year buy? And with that point of intense interest, I'll come to an abrupt end. Arevadurche My Friends!
I love the sea, It's hardly filled with pee. Incredible fishes, Granting a thousand wishes, Wink at the surface, Hugely large whales disturb the waves, Where sharks come through And leave the seaweed askew. All the Cads scowl After the squids have fouled. The vast blue sea, Which is hardly filled with pee.
Up There On The Moon
Running through the night, We use the moon as light. And on the moon There may be a spoon,
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Quiz Time continued ...
A< Canadian dog (8) / YFraiser's brother (5) f:v-Iairy bread (3) ~Native ofthe Middle-East (4) ,I ~ Symbol for Cerium (2) ~Pub (3) 'R-Forbidden (5) ---tzr."Symbol for very loud (2) 't'5_Rubbish (4) ~ Animal shelter (5) t8.....Frighten away (4) 2G.. Freed from a grasp (6) 'n Skid (4) '2.3.,. High Pitched (6) ~Dance (3)
\""Major port of Austria (4) ~Theatrical boogie (6) . Peform (2) ~ Jewish priest (5) Sunday wash (7) . 001 (10) ~ Desert song (5) 1!:k.German leader (6) 1'i-gody clock (6) 1RCity in Northern Syria (5) ~ Skin a fruit (4)
If you manage to complete this prize crossword please cut it out and post in the box in E13. Then you could be in with a chance to win this month's mystery prize. . Last issue's winner was: Paul Brackenridge
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T. V. Trivia
Here's a list of twenty-five T.V. trivia questions. If your not careful, you'll end up in a tizz! 1. Name Rodney's wife. 9. Name the freeze-frame soap.
10. Who is Chris Evans' wee, smug friend? 1,-1",\\
11. Identify the kangaroo chat-s9.ow ..
ever felt like '5kv~ &t--;:;Is you 7".........."0'1--.9 ?" Brookside's
2. What's the name of the owner of "Fitzgerald's"? 3. Who's Joe Mangle's dog?
19. Who's beak?
12. Name Cheryl Baker's lisping lad.
20. Name the place where a
hereditary disease would wipe out the whole populatlon., .
4. Name the manager of Central Perk.
13. What's the name of Julia
Swahala's sister's character? ~ 14. How many cats are on the beginning of Coronation Street?
21. Who's just finished their 20+ years slot on the B.B.C.? 22. Name Bart's bestfriend.
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5. Who was the sexy, suntanned presenter of "Going For Gold"? c,.......-(.,~ /U-ItJ
6. Name soph isticated guru. ks the suave, "Grandstand"
Name the former drug dealer who is now a morning television presenter. J~i,.."'''::J
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the Duck's" companion? long term
7. What is the new police series, with a young Boltoner as a star?
16. Identify show.
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17. Who's the bouncing babe of Radi01's breakfast show?
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25. What is Jack Duckworth's most famous feature?
18. Fill in the gaps: "Have you
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The Hotly Contested Race For The Title Of "Head Girl" In-depth Reportage by Nicola Chapman
'rn sure I speak for many in both the Upper and Lower Sixth when I say how sadly missed our current Head Girl, Hannah Griffith, will be. She was an inspiration to us all; her brilliance shone through like her natural blonde hair and her rosy cheeks. Her friendliness and presence of mind made her the only person in the Upper Sixth capable of fulfilling the most important task of Head Girl. Yes, she is my role model; the only one I look up to and aspire to be.
But, alas, I can only dream about stepping into her shoes .. Not only do I lack sufficient fashion credibility ( I could never pull off orange and red together). J am also, unfortunately not blessed with such an eloquent speaking voice. However, there are many others more suitable who feel the same way as I do, who want to follow Hannah's example and match the high standards she has set. They have expressed their desire to be crowned "Head Girl" and will do
everything in their power to achieve this aim. THEY WILL NOT BE STOPPED. Yes, they are out there and they want your vote. Not that it counts anyway. As Mr. Walker said when I probed him thoroughly the other day: "It's not democratic, you know." So it seems that the lucky girl has already been picked by the teachers. Therefore, I will have to decline in standing myself. shame, and I really wanted the job too.
Editors, After spending SOp of hard earned cash on "The Voice of Youth" I wish to make a few small comments. a) Resident Doc you are not the first to fall in love with Q nor will you be the last (P,S. Who is Q anyway?) b) We discovered "The Shirehorses" over eight months ago; where have you been? And we've seen them live, so nerr! c) As students you have more of a disposable income than at any other time of your life and you do not need to eat mouldy food to survive. d) There is absolutely nothing wrong with 1980s pop music don't sit in your little box of music taste. Don't be prejudice against your readers it won't help your profrt margins, e) Manchester City are relegated but no matter there's always next year. Please will "The Voice of Youth" join our bid to put a "World Wide ban on SUNBEDS", They are the epitome of evil. BUT_ - Dr, Rih Lal Chi (or whatever he/she is called!) is dead good and provides useful and practical advice. All My Love An Avid Reader 13C
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ear Avid Reader 13C, Thank you for your amusing Jetter; some interaction at last, However, I feel I must correct you on a couple of glaring errors you made in your exceptionally smug letter First of all, the paper only costs 30,0. ~"'t;17Y did you buy two copies if the quality of the articles were not up to your high standards? a) Personally, I believe that "Q" is overrated. Everyone wants him but no one can have him. He's not worth it anyway - no man is. b) The school paper wasn't out 8 months ago. If you feel so strongly about the Shire Horses as you claim to, you should have started your own pap erlfa nzine. The idea of the article was in fact, to bring this fine band to the attention of more people. c) Maybe those of us whose" mummy and daddy" still send them pocket-money are able to afford prepacked, prepared meals from Marks and Spencers. But for the rest of us, for whom the abolition of grants and the introduction of tuition fees are a wony, paying back a student loan of around £3, 000 (average) will be our main concern. d) I'm sure that electronic keyboards and drum machines were the height of fashion when you were young (as was dressing up like Boy George), but now it's just embarrassing. Still, carry on if you wish, I'm not stopping you; nor was the article trying to. Your love of 80s' music is obviously a touchy subject. e) How observant and perceptive you are. You must be a Man. United fan. Re .' Sunbeds - You may not have noticed but we live in a free country (and a very rainy one at that), and those of us at "The Voice Of Youth", who obviously lack your despotic tendencies, believe that jf people want to walk around with red, greasy faces we should let them. It's not our problem. Re: The Dr. Rih Lal Chi (or Dr. Chi Rih Lal) articles - You would think that seeing as how they are the only person at the paper who actually likes you, .. .. Thank you once more for your correspondence. future we'd like to hear from you agqin. If you have anything more constructive to say in the
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