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Joey Hamburger featured in the CSBSJU Magazine "Don’t expect Joey Hamburger to be funny, unless he’s on stage performing stand-up comedy. And for the SJU senior theater major, with his lanky frame, twinkling eyes, rak- ish, fly-away hair, as well as his last name of Hamburger, being a random, crazy guy has become his trademark on campus – a well-known character everyone loves as just, well, “being Joey.” “When people see me around or in class, they always expect me to be hilari- ous,” says Hamburger. “And I’m not. The reason I seem funnier than everyone else is that I work...

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Who Let The Dogs Out?

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Here is My Opinion 2

  Okay… so… here is my opinion… and I know this is going to sound stupid, but I think it needs to be said.  I know a lot of these pieces are met with criticism and I understand that, but I want you to take this with some form of sincerity.  It’s hard this day and age to say anything sincerely, but I truly believe this and feel I should express it, even if it’s not the right thing to say or a little bit cliché, right?  I’m not alone in thinking that.  What you need to understand is, even if you don’t agree, it’s not the point of agreeing, it’s just that you listen. ...

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Here is My Opinion

I don’t much care for bees, but I respect them.  Bees are better then bears but both like honey, or so the story goes.  Once I opened my fridge, there were only pineapple chips, which I bought because they were out of watermelon chips at the chip store.  I thought they were really good.  Now lets get political.   I tried voting for class president at Saint Joe Elementary on Tuesday.  I had attended a debate for the candidates and Jimmy Smith from the Republican Party promised to extend lunchtime recess and lower lunchtime itself.  I call bullshit!   This kid was making empty promises...

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ADD

Did you know that I’m color-blind?  I found this out when I was twelve.  I was having a really tough time taking tests in school.  I had trouble listening in class, so I was never quite sure about the answers.  It’s clear to me now, why I was having trouble listening, it was very simple: we had just learned about sex and I was busy in my head discovering the beauty of daydreaming.   My teachers began to notice my absent mind, probably because of all the NRBs (No Reason Boners).  They talked with my parents and suggested that I could have ADD.  It’s funny this was their first assumption,...

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