November 13, 2003

Editors' Note

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We like to think of daze as a family. Except we’re more like a family in ’70s cinema, so we’re kind of incestuous and don’t really function all that well — critics are prone to argue, you know. But we have a killer soundtrack and we look damn fine. In no particular order, please allow us to introduce some of the newest and most prolific members of the family that put the fun back in dysfunctional.

Tracy “Photoshopper” Zhang — She dices, she slices, and she can write a feature article in the time it takes her to catch the bus down from North.

Matt “Robocritic” Gewolb — he writes reviews faster than speeding bullets and more professionally than you’ve ever seen.

Zach “Attack” Jones — music and movies, he is a daze renaissance man: a deep thinker.

John “I am not a fool” Penning — with wit that can cut diamonds, humor is Mr. Penning’s forte.

Ross “X-country” McGowan — He’s like lighting on the page, he’s also going for distance.

Deepal “This is my life story” Chadha — the daze autobiographer.

Talia “Madonnator” Ron — as quickly as a celebrity can make an ass of him/herself, Talia can call them on it.

Laura “Superfrosh” Mergenthal — with knowledge and poise beyond her years, what can’t Laura do, besides give a positive review?


Archived article by Erica Stein