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Outsider of the Week: Sarah Burns

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by mindy strouse, for outsideleft.com
originally published: July, 2005
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by mindy strouse, for outsideleft.com
originally published: July, 2005
You too can be OutsideLeft's Outsider of the Week and receive free stuff.

Each week we offer a profile of an outsideleft reader. This is purely voluntary and as they used to say about dating Chris Evert, the line is long, but it moves pretty fast... So, c'mon, whore yourself a little for our entertainment...

 

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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