The President shrugged off possible threats of impeachment though, saying, "Oh you guys have been saying that since '93, it's nothing new."
Mike Trinastic Forms Pythagorean Number Cult
Love Is In The Air
Drugs Are Cool
Packers Lose Super Bowl! Extended Coverage Of Super Bowl XXXII:
3 Million Wisconsinites Commit Suicide*
Citizens Of Zimbabwe Don't Care*
A Poem By Jason Berta*
Four Months Of The Underground!
Wow, has it been that long already? Yes, it's hard to believe it, but four long months have passed since October 2, 1997, when The Underground first hit the stands (and by stands, I mean the bathrooms) of Tosa East, with the groundbreaking headlines of "Reality Bites" (the Marv Albert story), the controversial "Show Me The Porn!" and America's first glimpse into the corrupt world of Bill Gates.
So I'd just like to wish you and yours a safe and sober Groundhog Day. And please give us some money.
Another largely sex-related issue, issue nine featured a return to good headlines, as I just couldn't let the whole Clinton-Lewinsky thing go by without writing something about it, and it actually turned out pretty good. "Love Is In The Air" contains the most laughter and information packed into less than 210 words that I've ever seen, plus it's all a thinly-veiled attempt to get a girlfriend. "Mike Trinastic Forms Pythagorean Number Cult" and "Donut Tetrafluoride" were both ready in time for issue eight, but were kept until this issue because both were determined to be too good to be online-only. The result was that two pretty good articles making fun of the Super Bowl were bumped to the online version. This issue also featured one of the longest Kesus articles ever, "Spiceworld," and The Regulator's subtly sarcastic "Drugs Are Cool."
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