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originally published: July, 2005

OUTSIDER OF THE WEEK: SARAH BURNS

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Name: Sarah Burns

Age: 19
Hometown: Austin, Texas
Something About It: It's as hot as balls down here. 
Transport: My brother's old Honda Prelude. No Air conditioning.
What do you do for money: Waitress at a local mom and pop caf?© while in college.
Preferred Musicians/Music: The Cramps, Link Wray, The Birthday Party, Deadbolt, The Meteors, Gallon Drunk, Ennio Moreicone
Likes: Illegally downloading MP3s, sticking it to the man, staying at old motels
Dislikes: Bad tippers, Austin's heat (global warming)?), racial intolerance, the Dutch.
Most embarrassing moment: When I made out with one of the guys from the Real World earlier this year.  

 

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