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11c5WittensteinSummer Fun Column Ah the year is finally over No more homework no more books no more teachers dirty looks Ladies and Gentlemen there are just ten days left until our freedom Now I know that after a couple of weeks summer begins to drag on and become boring Therefore I have come up with a list of ten things that you could do over this summer to prevent the inevitable monotony Please try this at home 1 Go to the swimming pool Water fun is a great idea for any teenagerexcept for Kati Bainter She got barred from Teach Out after numerous incidents involving loss of bladder control 2 Go the State Fair Ferris wheels corndogs and horse poop oh my Everybody loves to go the fair Just watch where you step and bring an extra pair of shoes just in case 3 Take a trip to the zoo No matter how old you are or how mature you claim to be the red-butted monkeys are still hilarious Admit it 4 Buy some gas Buy as much gas as you can you need to stockpile for next summer when prices are expected to be as high as 127-130 a gallon 5 Play sports Join a summer youth league play on a sandlot team or maybe even start a neighborhood sports team Well maybe you should do something else since the majority of sports are just a bunch of fat guys who purposely run into each other and throw a weird-looking football or hit a ball with a stick and run in circles Perhaps you could spend the summer writing letters to the editors about how important sports are 6 Stay home Hey there still is not substitute for air conditioning soda pop and hours of Nintendo 7 Go to the library The library has tons of great books and stories to entertain your mind for hours Just leave the homeless guys
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