Local Homeless Person Sells Out, Gets Job
The nameless street person, once a figurehead in the world of hip indie activities such as begging and roadkill fetching, betrayed his many fans when he landed a job yesterday, cleaning windows at Hot 'N Now.
Bertorello Sightings On The Rise *
Happy Drinking Bird Makes Strong Bid For President In 2000
Cannibals Riot At Body Shop
Pirate Activists Speak Out
Domes Commissioner Honored
Love That Beeshu!
Where The Hell Is Club K-Swiss? *
Schoolrats (Uncensored) *
A Few Words From Sleeping Disorder
Last Friday, October 2nd, the Underground became a one year old literary entity. The Underground would like to thank you, the reader, for your forced patronage.
In response to the last issue's article "Importance of Announcements," Dave Glowacki would like to assert that he is not a stuck up jerk.
Jack Straw wrote a really great article on how the commies in charge of Homecoming can have as many "elections" as they want until they get the results they desire and how all the supporters of "Do You Remember The Time" should wear one white glove to Homecoming to show their support, but I lost the article in my pile of Gary Numan merchandise. The article was really good and I fully apologize to Mr. Straw. (You are all still encouraged to wear the white glove, however.)
Breaking news: The article has been found! Click here to read it.
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