TCU Daily Skiff Friday, February 13, 2004
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Superstition reigns on Friday the 13th
Ladders, black cats and hockey masks, oh my

Is everyone scared? If you aren’t, you should be. Today is Friday the 13th and superstition has it that bad things will come your way.

Don’t do anything stupid like walk under a ladder or open an umbrella inside. The rumors say that, if you do, you will have several years of bad luck.
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U.S. wars need justification

The United States should not go to war unless the call to arms is completely justified.
President uses show to defend decisions

When the president of the United States says in a television interview that the reason why he went to war was "lack of intelligence," it seems like something that should be reserved for a "Saturday Night Live" skit. Yet the president did just that on Tim Russert's "Meet The Press," as well as evade questions while issuing well-rehearsed statements Sunday.
Just give me a little love, please

Let me go ahead and immediately separate myself from the masses by saying that I love Valentine’s Day. Yes, I have a girlfriend, but that in no way influences my view of Valentine’s Day. In fact, my girlfriend hates Valentine’s Day. So, even in my relationship, I am alone in my feelings.
Every day should be special

SportsCenter and Miller Lite.

What else could a guy want for Valentine’s Day? Maybe Bud Lite to mix things up a bit and, well ... you know!
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