In the News
group magazine: February, 1994
From: February 1994 GROUP Magazine
Keywords: Education Limbaugh Rap
In the News
"Parents can only do so much to excite kids about education, but when athletes or other people outside their immediate scope show interest in their education, such as asking what words are on their spelling list or what kind of math problems they are working on, that gives them the opportunity to share their knowledge. It helps stress the importance of their education."
Two-time NBA All-Star Kevin Johnson, advocate for the NBA's Stay in School Program
"It is as that great man Jesus Christ said: ÔYou go to where the sinners are.' So here I am in the pages of Playboy."
Rush Limbaugh, in a USA Today advertisement for Playboy magazine
"I want peace on the street like it was 4/29/92"-the day the Los Angeles gangs called a truce. "That s--- felt good. Bloods, Crips, everybody just chillin'. I ain't never felt that before, being able to go to neighborhoods where they restrict you 'cause you wear this color and they wear that color. Everybody was together. That's what my music's going for-to stop you banging for a second. Listen to my music and get on another vibe."
Rapper Snoop Doggy Dogg, who's since been charged with first-degree murder after his bodyguard shot a man
"Nobody can excite people like M.J. Not Rabin, Peres, or Arafat. Michael's so electrifying. We think he may even be the Messiah."
Tel Aviv University student David Eizenstadt, a fan commenting on Michael Jackson's concert at Masada
"Is it wrong to feel apprehensive about Christ's return or to hope that he doesn't come until certain events have occurred in one's life? I don't want him to come back soon for two reasons: marriage and sex. If there is the chance that the world is drawing to a close, then I feel more inclined to experiment with sex before it's too late."
A teenager's question in Campus Life magazine
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