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Editor's Notes 002 [Special Edition]

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by Alarcon, for outsideleft.com
originally published: February, 2005
It's beautiful in it's simplicity, really.

Friday Morning, 7:45AM

Normally, I'm still sleeping in due to late night of working my magic on all the new content that Lamont and I uploaded last night. It's hard work to edit copy, fix the images and watch Survivor all at the same time - throw "getting wasted with vodka" into the equation and it's a miracle that I didn't somehow melt the servers.

But this special edition of the Editor's Notes is kind of important - we're on the hunt for the first Outsider of the Week. It's simple really, you supply the answers to the question below, send them to us at info@outsideleft.com, the intern-monkeys sort through your email and choose a readers worthy of being Outsider of the Week and you get something free shipped to your mailbox. It's beautiful in it's simplicity really.

So take a few minutes, answer the questions below and wait to reap your rightful rewards.../p>

Name:
Age:
Hometown:
What do you do for money:
Preferred Musicians/Music:
Likes:
Dislikes:
Most embarrassing moment:

And that's it really - when we choose you, we might email you a couple more questions, but other than that, this is it. Also, if you're concerned that we're going to sell your email address or personal information to some huge corporate conglomerate, don't worry - we wouldn't even know who to approach in the matter and even if we did, we still wouldn't sell you out.

Until then, I bid you a fond adieu.../p>

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Alarcon co-founded outsideleft with lamontpaul in 2004. His work for o/l has attracted the attention of hundreds of thousands of readers, oh and probably the fbi too.

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