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    To Find Religion

    Ninety-five percent of Americans profess to believing in God, yet only 78 percent admit to masturbating. Who's lying? I'll tell you who--girls. When it comes to religion, you've probably spent years coasting by, like most of us, on shoddy objection...

    by Gordon Keith on January 15, 2004
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    To Acquire a New Skill

    You've known it since the dear old days at Faber College: Knowledge is good. Here are seven places where you and your kids can put that credo into action this year with no risk of double secret probation. Unless that's the kind of thing that floats y...

    by Spencer Michlin on January 15, 2004
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    To Buy Good Looks

    Everyone wants to look good, but who wants to work for it? All that sacrifice and inconvenience. Not to mention the sweating. Gross. Take a shortcut in 2004: Improve your appearance the easy way--pay for it. The Fab Four warned us that money can't bu...

    by Sonya Castex on January 15, 2004
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    To Get Smart

    Ever notice how many of our resolutions involve negative things? Stop smoking, stop pigging out, stop snapping at the significant other. This year, why not add something positive to the list? Start with a pledge to make yourself smarter. Chances are,...

    by Spencer Michlin on January 15, 2004
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    To See the World

    To travel is to learn. And we're not talking about knowledge you can glean from any book. We're talking about experience--the teacher you curse with all your might yet call up again after graduation to see if there is any more wisdom to be imparted. ...

    by Rhonda Reinhart on January 15, 2004
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    To Save Cash

    If MC Hammer can go broke, anyone can. Actually, that's not quite true. Most of us don't put everyone we knew growing up on our payroll (street cred is not something your average plumber has to worry about) or spend $20 million on a house. Or, for th...

    by Jeff Walker on January 15, 2004
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    What's Wrong With This Picture? - For Hal Samples, who uses photos to help the homeless, nothing--and everything

    The people who live here call it their "pier-and-beam house." They've lost a lot--all of their security, most of their sobriety, some of their sanity--but they still have a sense of humor. Or irony, at least. The "house" is the underbelly of a bridge...

    by Zac Crain on January 15, 2004
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    Here's Hoping - Hope springs eternal on Second Avenue, but real change comes slowly

    It is the privilege of all dreamers to see hope and promise where others see gloom and rot, so Edward Harris will understand if you scoff at his plans for growing an urban paradise in this field of weeds and trash. The 56-year-old grew up in this ver...

    by Robert Wilonsky on January 15, 2004
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    Hello, God? - Get religion from your long-distance carrier

    There's a reason Buzz slaves away every week in the journalism mines, sweating to produce the fine product you hold in your hands. The reason is that we are dumb. We know this because A) friends and family routinely tell us so, and B) as a media-ty...

    by Patrick Williams on January 15, 2004
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    Smoke From DPD - It ain't because they're electing a pope

    Nobody at the top gets fake drugs yet. You can tell by the way they keep trying to shuffle the deck chairs. Take the attempts by the interim Dallas police chief to reorganize his command staff: He doesn't get that the only "reorganization" good enoug...

    by Jim Schutze on January 15, 2004
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    Letters

    Mind Your Manners Educating jackasses: I loved this article ("Hey, You. Yeah, YOU!" by Sarah Hepola, January 8). Thank you so much for making me smile. I've stopped going to shows in Dallas unless it's someone I really love and would cry if I didn't...

    on January 15, 2004
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    Bolton No More in '04 - And other New Year's resolutions we're not sticking with

    1. I will stop referring to my porn addiction as "work-related." 2. I will stop smoking (fine, I will stop smoking in restaurants). 3. I will stop trying to shut down topless bars. 4. I will get rid of these cornrows. 5. I will stop refer...

    on January 15, 2004
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    Funny Boy - Life is coming up cow patties for kid comedian Corbin Corona

    Even a 14-year-old can appreciate a swank dressing room: fruit basket, vase of flowers, even his own shower. Not to mention the sumptuous buffet in the "green room," where guests cool their heels. Corbin Corona and his parents, Gary and Detta Corona,...

    by Glenna Whitley on January 8, 2004
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    Writer's Block - Texas prisons start barring book authors from inmate interviews

    Houston author Kathryn Casey thought there had to be a mistake when the Texas Department of Criminal Justice refused her request to interview inmate Celeste Johnson. Johnson and her lesbian lover, Tracey Tarlton, entered prison this year for the Aust...

    by Scott Nowell on January 8, 2004
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    Na-na-na-na... - Hey hey hey...goodbye

    Perhaps when you perused your Dallas Morning News last Sunday, you read the hagiography on Dave Smith, the (soon-retiring) sports editor of the paper for more than two decades. And, if you're like Buzz, you are one of the 117 people in the Dallas are...

    by Eric Celeste on January 8, 2004
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    Happy Next Year - Let's all try to be positive for about 30 seconds

    OK, here's the deal on 2004. I have a great idea for what we could do with the Trinity River. I should say, I know of a great idea. Like so many ideas, it's not really mine. But it's wonderful, and it could happen. It's a good project. Dallas does we...

    by Jim Schutze on January 8, 2004
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    Count Your Blessings - Forgive the playoff loss, for the 'Boys have come a long way

    The voice on the other end of the phone was probably kidding, but who the hell could tell? Not me. The holidays are generally brutal on my end--far from anything remotely resembling vacation. I'm not a big drinker, but there's something about Christm...

    by John Gonzalez on January 8, 2004
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    Letters

    Rude Awakening Alternative theory: Having just finished reading the third of your three articles concerning the bathtub shooting in South Dallas during the height of the Jamaican cocaine period in Dallas ("Rude Boy," by Julie Lyons, December 25), I ...

    on January 8, 2004
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    Sob Story - Buzz sheds a tear for 2003

    It's January again, time for us to take one last gratuitous unkind swipe at the various adults who spent the past 12 months doing the grown-up stuff that keeps Dallas a functioning city, such as it is. Maybe it's because we're getting older, but Bu...

    by Patrick Williams on January 1, 2004
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    'Boys Gone Wild - And other tall tales of 2003

    Another year has passed, leaving me older but certainly not smarter. Which is why I acquiesced in our staff meeting when told we were once again putting out a blanket year-end issue, adored by lazy, slow-witted journos everywhere. I figured I fit pre...

    by John Gonzalez on January 1, 2004
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