Chip: "This is my second favorite KU calendar. The first, of course, is the Women of KU calendar, which features hot coeds. Mine usually gets so sticky by February that I can never even see the rest of the months. The Women of Distinction ladies are not as hot, but I'd still bone them, because some of them are in important positions and might help me advance my career. It's all about networking, these days."
Richard: "In other calendar-related news, I'm posing this year in Larryville's Anarchists Exposed calendar, which allows both ladies and dudes. It should be a very tasteful spread."
"Not everyone who rides the bus is crazy / But when a crazy person has to go somewhere, they take the bus." --song lyrics from someone whose name I can't find
With the fate of Larryville's public transit system (The T) now in the hands of voters come November (via two sales tax proposals), concerned local citizens have formed a coalition called "Yes For Transit," which plans to launch a ten-week onslaught to rally support for their beloved T.
Chip: "The T is a traveling hobo service. The buses smell like urine and broken dreams. Vote no."
Richard: "I wish this group had a catchier name, something like "Free the T," which doesn't make much sense but at least sounds important."