Chip: "Just because you find something interesting and call it "art" does not make it art. My dog finds all kinds of interesting shit and drags it up the house for me to look at, but it's not art."
Richard: "I prefer the type of "found art" where you combine random things. For this competetion, I've found a female mannequin in a dumpster downtown and I've plastered the Sex on the Hill campanile-sex picture across its face. I believe it makes an important statement about...oh, let's say...the inchangeability of sexual fantasies or some shit like that. I just want that prize money!"
Chip: "Dude, that mannequin is hot!"
While Chip has often longed for more fried-chicken options in town, local "foodies" with more sophisticated palates have long hoped for a nice seafood restaurant in our land-locked college town. Now they've gotten their wish. Angler's, a "sustainable seafood" restaurant, has just opened its doors downtown ("We use only fish and shellfish that are caught in environmentally and ecologically responsible ways."--www.anglersseafood.com).
Richard: "Down south, we've long-practiced an environmentally sound fishing technique called 'noodling' for catfish, in which you stick your arm down a hole and a catfish latches on to it and you grab its gills and haul it out of the water. But Angler's thinks it's too upscale to serve catfish. They won't be getting my business, no matter how nice they treat their fish."
Chip: "Long John Silver's is going to be pretty hard to beat in terms of seafood, if you ask me. We'll see how long Angler's lasts."