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VOLUME 107 ISSUE 21 WWW.ALLIGATOR.ORG THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 20, 2012 Today We Inform. You Decide.Not officially associated with the University of Florida Published by Campus Communications, Inc. of Gainesville, Florida 84 /69Gators Defense Utilizing Depth:UF defensive coordinator Dan Quinn has taken advantage of added depth at linebacker and defensive line by rotating more players, pg. 17. Democrats, Republicans split on Romneys commentsSomething about the story goes here, pg 5. Life in Color, formerly Dayglow, comes to Gainesville FridayThe event will be held at the Alacha County Fairgrounds, pg 5. Bar franchise World of Beer is set to open a Gainesville location. Read the story on page 8. FORECAST 2 OPINIONS 6 CLASSIFIEDS 13 CROSSWORD 15 SPORTS 17John W. McLaughlin III / AlligatorWet WednesdayBean, a 6-month-old Labrador retriever, shakes water off at Pet Paradise Resort on Wednesday. JARED GINSBURGAlligator Contributing WriterThe Hermanator is coming to UF. Former Republican presidential candidate Herman Cain will speak at 6 p.m. in Emerson Alumni Hall as part of the national Truth Tour sponsored by Job Creators Solutions. The main thing were trying to do here is get the word out about the importance of being an educated voter, said Job Creators Solutions logistics assistant Jordan Hansen. He wants to see this country go in a positive direction, and the idea was, this is the next generation. But some UF students arent too crazy about Cain coming to town. Hes fallen by the wayside, said 18-year-old aeronautical and aerospace engineering freshman Charlie Zumbahlen. Hes not really prominent in todays politics. You dont really hear of him anymore. Public relations freshman Lawrence Grimm, 18, said he will probably attend the event, but just because Cain is nationally known. nior Trent Smyers is excited to hear Cain speak. Hes good because he currently brings debate, which is a good thing, Smyers said. Herman Cain to raise voter awareness at UF MICHAEL SCOTT DAVIDSONAlligator WriterTo disprove a nearly 30-year-old rule of quantum physics, scientists had to travel to the coldest spot in the known universe 30 feet below UFs campus. In an international collaboration, scientists used a superconductor, magnets and a series of refrigerators to measure the atomic spin of subatomic particles called bosons as they transitioned into the Bose-glass phase, said Neil Sullivan, a UF physics professor and director of the National High Magnetic Field Laboratory High B/T Facility. In this state, individual particles that make up a material begin to act as a single coherent unit. The experiment was conducted at the Microkelvin laboratory and was funded by the National Science Foundation. There are only one or two places in the world you can do this, Sullivan said. UF has the leading facility. Two theorists, Tommaso Roscilde at the University of Lyon in France, and Rong Yu from Rice University in Houston, developed the underlying ideas for the study, according to a press release. These challenged a precedent established in 1985 affects the rate that bosons transition into the Bose-glass phase. Scientists used a crystalline sample doped with impurities for the experiment to simulate a real-world scenario, according to the release. When you build a superconductor there are going to be imperfections, Sullivan said. Knowing how disorder affects these systems is very important. The crystals temperature was dropped in a series of refrigerators to slow down the particles inside to an observable speed. For this experiment, temperatures were brought one-thousandth of a Kelvin above absolute zero, about -459.67 degrees Fahrenheit, according to the release. Then, an organic quantum magnet UF lab experiment disproves 30-year rule of quantum physics LAURA HOGANAlligator Contributing Writer shots today at the Student Health Care Center. The mass vaccination event will occur from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. on the front lawn of the center, Catherine Seemann, the centers marketing coordinator, said. The receive a free T-shirt. To receive a free shot, students must bring their Gator 1 card and form on-site, she said. shots will remain free for students for the rest of the year, the center hopes the event will encourage more people to be vacSeemann said. Intradermal shot and FluMist vaccination options are available for $15, according to the centers website. designed to protect against three dict will be most common this season. One strain resembles other strain is similar to the 2010 the centers website. As of Wednesday morning, about 100 students were pre-registered online for the event. The center hopes to vaccinate at least 500 students today. Biology and nutrition senior Leshawn Richards has already He said he thinks the precaution is important for everyone. It can really save a lot of time and hassle for you, because if you ful, Richards, 22, said. Especially because its my senior year, I dont want to miss anything because Im sick.SEE PHYSICS, PAGE 4The National Science Foundation foot the bill It can really save a lot of time and hassle for you, because if you do get the Leshawn Richardsbiology and nutrition seniorCAMPUS

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News Today Subscription Rate: Full Year (All Semesters) $100The Independent Florida Alligator is a student newspaper serving the University of Florida, pubThe Alligator The Alligator is The Alligator VOLUME 107 ISSUE 21 ISSN 0889-2423 The Alligator The Alligator TODAYFORECASTPARTLY CLOUDY 86/67 THUNDER STORMS 86/69 THUNDER STORMS 88/67 THUNDER STORMS 87/69 THUNDER STORMS 84/69 MONDAY SUNDAY SATURDAY FRIDAYWHATS HAPPENINGGraduate Student Council general body meeting The UF Graduate Student Council is a student organization that aims to represent all graduate students in voicing their concerns, needs and ideas. Come hear about what GSC is working on to increase graduate student resources, oppor tunities and the UF experience. Meet other graduate students and get involved in GSC. The first general body meeting is tonight at 6:30 p.m. in Reitz Union Room 282. Students for Big Brothers Big Sisters meeting Students for BBBS will host its first general body meeting this semester today at 6:30 p.m. in McCarty Hall A Room 2196. Learn about how you can make a difference in the lives of Alachua County children by developing one-on-one relationships through one of the most renowned mentoring programs in the U.S. Applications to become a big brother or sister will be available at the meeting. For more information, email bbbsatuf@gmail.com. APOCALYPSE 2012 Is the world really coming to an end? What will happen in Earths final moments? Will we know the final day of Earths history? Find out about the end of the world through a biblical perspective, and discover the truth. Are you ready? Friday at 7 p.m. in Reitz rooms 346 and 347, and Saturday at 10 a.m. in the Reitz Auditorium. For more information, visit www.acmuf. org or www.Facebook.com/ acmuf. GLAM Indie Craft Show accepting applications Gainesvilles first and only indie craft show is now accepting applications for its Dec. 2 event. Artists and crafters who make unique, giftable goods are encouraged to apply. The The American Heart Association Alachua Heart Walk The walk will be Sept. 29 at North Florida Regional Medical Center Duck Pond, and activities will begin at 7:30 a.m. To start a team to raise money to fight cardiovascular diseases and stroke, visit www.alachuaheartwalk.org. All groups are welcome. For more information, email Alachua@heart.org or call 800-257-6941, ext. 8024. Asthma study If you are an African-American between ages 18 and 75 and have been diagnosed with asthma for more than a year, you may be eligible to be part of a research study at UF. Enroll at UF Shands Eastside Community Practice through December 2012. If interested, please call Cheri Knecht at 352219-7366. Got something going on? Want to see it in this space? Send an email with Whats Happening in the subject line to skinonen@alligator.org.To ensure publication in the next days newspaper, please submit the event before 5 p.m. Please model your submissions after above events. Improperly for matted Whats Happening submissions may not appear in the paper. Press releases will not appear in the paper. application deadline is Oct. 7. Apply online at www.glamcraftshow.com/apply. The Office of Academic Support will host its annual OAS Fall Week! Upcoming events include: Sept. 24: Register to Vote on the Plaza of the Americas from 11:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Sept. 25: Resource It Out Workshop in Matherly Hall Room 18 from 5 p.m. to 6 p.m. and 6 p.m. to 7 p.m. Sept. 26: Casino Night from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m., location TBA Sept. 27: OAS Open House in the Little Hall Atrium from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m., kickoff at 4 p.m. Sept. 29: OAS Talent Show in Carlton Auditorium at 6 p.m. Visit www.oas.aa.ufl.edu/ for more information about OAS programs and events, or find us on Facebook and Twitter, @UFOAS. Gay Movie Night: Going Down in LA-LA Land The Pride Community Center, located at 3131 NW 13th St., is hosting Gay Movie Night on Sept. 28 at 7:30 p.m. A candid, sexy dramedy about a young, buff and ambitious actor who arrives in Los Angeles with dreams of becoming a star but soon finds himself lost in a steamy Hollywood underworld. Gay Movie Night is on the last Friday of each month at 7:30 p.m. A $2 donation is requested to cover the cost of snacks. For more info visit: gainesvillepride. org/gay-movie-night/. 2, ALLIGATOR THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 20, 2012

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4, ALLIGATOR THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 20, 2012Shannon Kaestle / AlligatorAfternoon Touch UpMatt Hawkins, 34, paints the Half Corkd logo on the 90-year-old building downtown. HE WILL SPEAK IN WEIL HALL ON FRIDAY AT 6 P.M. KATHRYN VARNAlligator Contributing Writer Romney's son to visit UF KELLY PRICEAlligator Contributing Writer CHRIS ALCANTARAAlligator Writer Contact Chris Alcantara at calcantara@alligator.org. Contact Michael Scott Davidson at mdavidson@alligator.org. Scientists swept the magnets in six months PHYSICS, from page 1LOCALMendez He was wearing a McCain T-shirtSikes

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ALEX CATALANOAlligator Staff WriterDays after a video leaked about presidential nominee Mitt Romney telling supporters that 47 percent of the nation is overdependent on government support, the nationwide discussion has trickled down to Gainesville. Across the city, people chattered. Two veterans and a minister sat outside of the downtown Starbucks late Wednesday morning, sipping coffee and discussing the newly termed percent. Democrats planned a roundtable meeting Wednesday to speak their peace. At the Organizing for America headquarters, at 315 SE Second Ave., 60-year-old mental health psychologist Dawn Burgess-Krop talked with two other Democrats about why she feels Romney has his facts wrong. When I hear Mitt Romney talk about us being victims and wanting a handout from the government, I dont know who hes talking about some imaginary people I dont know, Burgess-Krop said. Thomas Hawkins, a 32-year-old city commissioner at large, spoke about how the government has helped him out with paying back student loans and his mortgage. During this national debate, Republicans have come to Romneys aid. Its not that he doesnt care about these people, said Katy Melchiorre, chairwoman of UF College Republicans. He just feels their vote is a lost cause. Frank Moehrle, chairman of Gators for Romney, said he thinks the ordeal has been blown out of proportion. Its more of media story than anything else, he said. Alex Masi, Gators for Obama co-chairman, said he feels Romney should apologize for his remarks. I think its time Mitt apologized to the American people for his comments for students like me, he said. Im not a victim. Contact Alex Catalano at acatalano@alligator.org. THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 20, 2012 ALLIGATOR, 5 Melanie Brkich / AlligatorDawn Burgess-Krop, left; Thomas Hawkins, middle; and Alex Masi discuss Mitt Romneys 7 percent comments Wednesday morning. Democrats, Republicans split on Romneys 47 percent remarks THE EVENT WILL BE HELD AT THE ALACHUA COUNTY FAIRGROUNDS. KELCEE GRIFFISAlligator Contributing WriterTrendy techno music and neon paint will splash the Alachua County Fairgrounds this weekend when Life in Color hits town. The internationally touring music show, formerly known as Dayglow, is making a stop in Gainesville on Friday night. Antonio Mercado, the founder of Life in Colors promotional company, said the event focuses on creating a total experience with world-class staging, lighting and sound in addition to the hallmark munons that soak the audience. The paint is important, but its not the more, Mercado said. The music and paint look alluring, but 22-year-old UF graduate student Hector McFarquhar said hes excited for the overall experience. sciences graduate student said. The show was originally slated to perform in Gainesville during Labor Day deadline with the Alachua County Sherto reschedule for later in the month. I think it ended up working out for the best, Mercado said. Friday night is probably the biggest. Mercado is optimistic about attendance. He said he estimates between 4,500 and 5,000 people to show up. He said its been about four years since the show last visited Gainesville. Lots of people were asking if its ever going to come back, he said.Life in Color, formerly Dayglow, comes to Gainesville on Friday The paint is important, but its Antonio MercadoDems spoke WednesdayRomney

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Reader responseVote or post a message at www.alligator.orgThe views expressed here are not necessarily those of the Alligator Column EditorialTHURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 20, 2012 WWW.ALLIGATOR.ORG/OPINIONS The Alligator will be withheld if the writer shows just cause. We reserve the right to edit for length, grammar, style and libel. Send letters to opinions@alligator.org, bring them to 1105 W. University Ave., or send them to P.O. Box 14257, Gainesville, FL 32604-2257. Columns of about 450 words about original topics and editorial cartoons are also welcome. Questions? Call 352-376-4458.Todays question:41% YES 59% NO69 TOTAL VOTESWednesdays question: Have you used Right On, Ripley Even kids make political statementsMeet Jackson Ripley. Hes 12 years old and angry with Mitt Romney. He wrote Romney a letter that details his frustrations, many of which echo the feelings of other Americans. (Weve left the quotes from his letter unedited for grammar, spelling, etc.) He starts his letter with: Id like to say congratulations on winning the republican nomination. But, I wish you stayed in Massachusetts.Youre plan for America isnt what we need, and would hurt us more than it would help. I live in a middle class family, and two years ago my little sister; Kennedy was denied insurance because of her pre-existing condition, Jackson wrote. Once the President was elected he put Obama Care into action, just like he promised and made it so that you could get insurance with pre-existing conditions. This has made a direct impact on my family. My family is with out a doubt better off now, than we were four years ago! His letter continues as he tries to explain his confusion with Romneys exact plan for health care. It is to my understanding that you stated that you were going to repeal Obama Care, including the part I have mentioned, which will take away the insurance we have and need for my sister Kennedy, Jackson said. Why do you think she doesnt deserve health care? Also, when you were interviewed on Meet the Press, you stated that you would NOT repeal this part of Obama Care, but then your campaign backpedalled and on the Tonight show with Jay Leno, you said that you WOULD repeal this. We dont understand it either, Jackson. Also, youre domestic plans (birth control, gay rights etc.) are horrible! Jackson said. Women should get to manage their own health, and if you wonder why youre not appealing to many women voters, rethink your birth control and womens rights plans. Could not have put it better ourselves, dude. And people should be able to marry whom they want, Jackson wrote. We built this country so people could have freedom, and not have religious beliefs control them to that length. This country was in no way built on any religion, so we should not create laws that repress the American people in a religious way and hurt our most vulnerable. Not only does he stand up for marriage, he does it while accidentally using Romneys own We Built It rhetoric against him. Romney after Jackson wrote it last week. His strong emotions might be due to his little sister being diagnosed with congestive heart failure at 9 months old. She developed a hemangioma (a tumor of blood vessels) soon after she was born. We should all be more like Jackson. No matter who we support in any election, if we feel outraged, then we should speak out to those who make us angry. Thank you, Jackson, for teaching us all a lesson and reminding us to use our rights.Some people never know when to be quiet. And other people never know when to speak up. But when a life is on the line, its time to raise the bar. I have been an avid Taylor Swift fan since her early country days. My obsession with her music has led me to two of her concerts, and her songs are the most played on my iTunes account. On Sept. 7, she earned every ounce of my respect. She took the stage at Stand Up to Cancers telethon and sang a song that reached into the depths of every listeners soul. Ronan is more than just the title of her latest hit. It is the true story of a 4-year-old boy who fought neuroblastoma, a type of childhood cancer, and passed away 16 months ago after an eight-month battle with the disease. Swift wrote the song from the viewpoint of Ronans mother, Maya Thompson, who has kept a daily blog since the day her son was diagnosed. Thompson is credited as the co-author of the song because her words were Swifts template for the lyrics. She captures Ronans life and evokes the pain and nostalgia that come with childhood cancer. When people think about cancer, they often do not fully comprehend the commitment and courage it takes sands of children and families go through. The many months spent in a hospital room become a reality for listeners who otherwise may never have this personal experience. This song serves a greater purpose than causing tears. It transmits the universal message of the bravery of childhood cancer that many people have yet to hear. The deserve every chance for a cure. By increasing awareness, more money will be invested into the cause, and new strides will be taken to end the disease. Thompson started The Ronan Thompson Foundation with the goal of increasing survival rates of children affected by neuroblastoma and other forms of pediatric cancer. Swifts courage to delve into such a heart-wrenching topic shows her true character not only as a musician but as a person. All proceeds from Ronan will be donated to the Taylor Swift Charitable Fund and will be used in the battle against pediatric cancer. Compassion is not just a feeling that a person has upon seeing something they sympathize with. Rather, it is a response to that feeling and the action that is carried out. True compassion goes beyond recognizing a problem exists. Taking action to show support and dedication to a cause is where real compassion takes its role. People often become trapped in their own worlds, We have become oblivious to the tribulations of those around us, and fail to reach out even with a nod of acknowledgment. Stories like Ronans will never be heard unless someone voices them. And it doesnt take a superstar to do so. a great number of issues facing society. The tired clichs of there is strength in numbers and knowledge is power are completely true. Beyond the world of politics, social media and superlems that may inhibit daily activities. Life often takes its own path and offers its own surprises. September is Childhood Cancer Awareness Month. By empowering ourselves with knowledge, we can create a different future for the kids. Lets show that we love them to the moon and back. Abby Wolz is a health sciences freshman. Her column appears on Thursdays.Childhood cancer deserves awareness Erin Jester EDITOR Sarah Kinonen MANAGING EDITOR Sami Main OPINIONS EDITOR Abby Wolzopinions@alligator.org

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THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 20, 2012 ALLIGATOR, 7 Editors Note: This letter is in response to Anayo Ordus Tuesday column, Voter apathy is absolutely pathetic. Andrew Ellinor is a UF mathematics alumnus. Reader refutes columnists claim that everyone should voteGuest columnAndrew EllinorSpeaking Out Adam Glener biology senior Letter to the Editor

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theA v enue THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 20, 2012 WWW.ALLIGATOR.ORG/THE_AVENUE Need advice?: Ask and you shall recieve. Send your anonymous questions to our advice columnist by visiting www.mediocreadvicegators.tumblr.com/ask.Upcoming concerts: Sept. 21: Adventure Club at Dayglow, $35, 9 p.m., Alachua County Fairgrounds Sept. 22: Datsik/Delta Heavy/Bare Noize/AFK, $20, 9 p.m., Stereo Nightclub Sept. 25: Porter Robinson/Zedd, $35, 9 p.m., The Vault Nightclub Sept. 25:Of Montreal/Xylitone, free, 8 p.m., UF Rion Ballroom For all things entertainment, follow the Avenue on Twitter: @AlligatorAvenue NOELIA TRUJILLOAvenue Contributing WriterA whole new world will open its doors in Gainesville this fall a World of Beer that is. World of Beer will open in Newberrys Tioga Town Center in November or December, said Thomas Popa, partner at World of Beer. We just want to provide a comfortable place where everyone in the community feels welcome to share a beer, enjoy friends, watch the game or listen to some great live music, he said. The establishment will have about 500 bottles of beer and 40 drafts on tap, Popa, 35, said. It plans to host family-friendly events for the community throughout the year generally geared toward music. He said Tioga Town Center will although expanding to another location near campus in the future is a strong possibility. Tioga Town Center business owner Dave Anders, 49, of Daves New York Deli, said he looks for ward to being neighbors with World of Beer. New business is important for the Town Center, Anders said, and World of Beer will be a great addition to the mix of businesses we have now. He said the large selection of beers should evoke a positive reaction from students. Tioga is about 11 miles from the UFs main campus. Stephen Reyes, a 22-year-old advertising major at UF, said he feels great about the opening of World of Beer in Gainesville. However, he said, it wont be conveniently located for students. UF journalism senior Kaitlyn Sullivan, 22, said she doesnt see the franchise gaining a lot of student popularity because similar establishments, such as Gainesville House of Beer, are closer to campus. While Gainesville House of Beer, the smaller company, parallels the larger incoming franchise in atmosphere, Aaron Salgado, 29-year-old manager at Gainesville House of Beer, said the opening of World of Beer wont be a disadvantage to either business. Salgado said his company welcomes anyone willing to promote craft beer and make Gainesville one of Floridas premier markets for quality beer. Its just another chance to realize theres an entirely different, exciting world out there beyond the macro brews of Bud, Miller and Coors, he said. Popa said World of Beer is set to operate from 3 p.m. to 2 a.m. Monday through Thursday and noon to 2 a.m. Friday through Sunday. Prices will range from $3 beers to $300 bottles, with an average over all price of about $5 per beverage. We hope the community will be as excited as we are to open in Gainesville, Popa said. People everywhere are starting to drink better beer, Gainesville included.David Carr / Alligator StaffWorld of Beer is set to open in Newberrys Tioga Town Center in either November or December. The fran chise will offer about 500 bottles of beer and 40 drafts on tap at the new Gainesville location. World of Beer to open Its just another chance to realize theres an entirely different, exciting world out there beyond the macro brews of Bud, Miller and Coors."Aaron Salgadomanager, Gainesville House of Beer THE SHOP IS LOCATED ON THE SECOND FLOOR AT 101 N. MAIN ST. ERICA A. HERNANDEZAvenue Contributing WriterThe sun pours into WolfWax windows that curve with the building. A Prairie Ramblers record plays for what is likely the es and skips of the record do not bother patrons its what brings the shop to life. Simple white shelves are all that the shop really needs a place for Gainesville residents to browse through the eclectic merchandise, like comic books and records, that WolfWax Culture has spent years acquiring. Located at 101 N. Main St., WolfWax Culture is on the second Gifthorse used to be. The store is testing out a soft opening with hours from 1 p.m. to 6 p.m. every day except Mondays. WolfWax Culture wont have its Joe Wolf and his friend Bobby Harper own the store, which mainly sells comic books and records. Their merchandise varies greatly and includes retro boomboxes, magazines and record players. Ive got so many old magazines and things, Wolf said. Why not pass along the things we love this gem they would have never known about? Wolf, 45, is a Gainesville Regional Utilities worker, Grow Radio volunteer, UF alumnus and self-proclaimed music addict. WolfWax Culture shares its location with the also recently opened Arrows Aim Records. The two stores are split between two levThough completely separate businesses, the two hope to share customers. place like this happen. We share our space and our customers, Wolf said. Arrows Aim owner, Daniel Halal, agreed that most record-shopgoers would most likely be inter ested in comic books as well. Halal approached Wolf about sharing the space after he saw it had become available in August. Ive always loved this building, he said. I love this corner of the street, so I rented it. The building features curved walls, an old narrow wooden stair case and just the right amount of charm. Linguistics and Russian junior Helen DAvanza, 20, stumbled upon the shop while she was walking through downtown. They might do well in the wake of Wayward Council shutting down, DAvanza said. It provides a healthy competition for other record and book stores. Just something different from the norm. DAvanza said she will frequent WolfWax Culture for their unique merchandise. Ive appreciated what goes on in our community and now to contribute to it, its very exciting, Wolf said.WolfWax Culture brings comics and record selection to downtown

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THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 20, 2012 ALLIGATOR, 9Phllip Nunley / AlligatorFlashbacks Lounge, located at 211 W. University Ave. offers a menu with 38 mixed-drink shots. Unique PHILLIP NUNLEYAvenue Writer nightlife BAKR SALIQAvenue Writer I Saw the Devil (2010) Mighty Morphin Power Rangers: The Movie movies BETH BENGEAvenue Writer Samberg

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10, ALLIGATOR THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 20, 2012 This column is provided by Ariel Barnes, a 21-year-old majoring in international studies. Would you like to get some Mediocre Advice? Visit http://mediocreadvicegators.tumblr.com/ask Dear Mediocre Advice, A boy I was hanging out with accidental ly sent me a text meant for another girl. Whats the best way to get back at him? Dear Friend, I dont know if getting back at him is the way to go here. Not all is lost. Guys are capable of having other lady friends. If it You dont know their relationship, and that leaves room for miscommunication, which could make you look like an ass. Maybe they just have a very southern relationship. wasnt meant for you. If he is two-timing you, just drop him. Hes a waste of time and probably likes his sister anyway. Dear Mediocre Advice, What should I do if I just had incredible sex with the man of my dreams who looks like Thor, and I accidentally sleep-farted in his bed? Let it be known that this guy is so goodlooking that he could smell like a baby-diaper Dumpster, and I would still bone him. Ariel Barnes Dear Mediocre Advice, Im a 22-year-old girl, and Ive never given a blow job. After overhearing stories from my guy friends about girls ally), Im scared about being bad. Is this silly? Dear Friend, girlfriends what to do. At this point, if youre not comfortable telling the truth to, you dont have to admit youve never done the deed. BJs are not that big of a I do recommend you actually like the guy who youre going to orally bless. Dear Mediocre Advice, Ello again, Ursula. Theres this girl that I perceive as way out of my league. She writes an average advice column for a prestigious newspaper. How do I hook up? Dear Mediocre Advice, I want to get a boob job. What do you think? Dear Friend, I think its an unnecessary procedure and a waste of money, but Im not your mom. You have the freedom to do what Only get a matching friendship tattoo if you love regret and looking stupid. Dear person, Its never going to happen. Dear Mediocre Advice, This dude I work with has asked me out in front of our co-workers several times and gets mad when I avoid him. How do I let him down gently without ruining our work relationship? Dear Friend, Dont poop where you eat. This guy probably likes you more than you think if this is a consistent behavior, so be honest. Dont make your work life dif feelings. Say you dont date people you work with, and you feel awkward when he asks you out in front of others. This shouldnt damage your work relationship because hes being unprofessional any way. If your work relationship is ruined by something as simple as this, then its not worth saving. Dear Mediocre Advice, The boy I like wears a funny hat in public. I be lieve it is called a newsboy cap (I dont know. Google it for pics). Is it messed up if I hide or steal it the next time I go over? Ive already voiced my hate to no avail. Dear Friend, The only man on Earth who can pull that hat off no one likes that hat unless theyre the poor un fortunate soul wearing it. Youve already told him it bothers you, so start making fun of him. Peer pressure him into burning the thing. Say, Why are you wearing that? Youre not Jon Hamm. If these tactics dont work and it causes trouble in your rela tionship (which it probably will), you may just have to live with it and focus on more important things in your relationship. Dear Wonderful Friend, All you can do is hope your fart did not wake him. Hope to every force in the universe that he did not hear your ass make a sound and that it did not smell.

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TEMPEST IS DYLANS 35TH STUDIO ALBUM. NATALIA SIEUKARANAvenue Contributing WriterIn commemoration of a 50-year career, American singer-songwriter Bob Dylan reminds old and new fans of why he is the voice of his generation with his 35th album, Tempest. Tempest is a true rock n roll album that captures the best of Americas golden age of rock, jazz and blues into a dark, yet satisfying album. The year 2012 has been a special one for Dylan. In May, the folk singer was one of the recipients of a Presidential Medal of Freedom, the highest civilian award, for his contribution as a singer-songwriter to American music. Next month, Dylan begins his tour. To promote the new album and tour, the marketing campaign used some different approaches. Fans who visited www.listentobobdylan.com found a map of locations where selected songs from Tempest were streamed. In addition, the day before the albums release, pop-up stores opened in New York, Los Angeles and London to sell the album a day early alongside memorabilia. This album is nothing like Dylans older stuff, circa the 60s, but luckily, he has always been a genius at capturing the times. And since the times have changed, so have the 71-year-olds melodies. There is a modern-day taste of Dylans poetic genius in 10 tracks. Despite the vocal changes witnessed throughout the years, the singers voice has come to a point where its croaky, dry, yet honest and gritty to the core. A voice that could only work for this album majestically glides through each track as Dylan tells the story of an old America that is dark and bittersweet themes fans loved in 2001s Love and Theft. The album starts with the single Duquesne Whistle, which is like a blast of fresh, yet familiar air. A little ragtime diddle quietly peers in and then bursts into a jazzy bass, plucking groove with a piano ragging alongside it. Spin magazine described the singles video as Tarantino-esque, which is no surprise, as the song itself takes you on a violent western ride that speaks of lifes troubles. Soon After Midnight showcases Dylans sensitive side, as he sings of love. Under the song is a layer of contempt with the lyrics: Two timing slim whos ever heard of him? Ill drag his corpse through the mud. Its contrasted by the steel pedal guitar, which gives it a magical vibe In Pay in Blood, Dylan sings about the pains of the human experience under another pedal steel accompanied by a steady snare tempo another contrast to the lyrics, as he sings, Or how I survived so many blows. Ive been through hell, what good did it do? Dylan ventures into his storytelling trademark in Tin Angel. He tells a tale of doomed love, betrayal and murder. Musically, theres no variation the same humdrum going on for seven minutes but its hypnotic effect draws you into the story of lost hope. In 45 verses with no chorus, Tempest features violins that not only cry for the Titanic, but tell the listener what occurred during the ships demise. After 32 years, in Roll on John, Dylan ruminates about the death of his friend and former Beatle John Lennon. Despite his darkness, this last track ends in hope when Dylan croaks, Shine your light, move it on, you burn so bright, roll on John. The album is laced with history both lyrically and musically. Dylan portrays a sense of the s culture wafting in the wind of a postmodern world and sentiments of social disorder, families and friends breaking away, and lost senses of humanity themes that run in contemporary times. Its clear why he was deemed the voice of his generation: He is a genius at capturing the zeitgeist of the human experience. Now his songs and stories are social commentary worth listening to because they still resonate so clearly today and onward. THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 20, 2012 ALLIGATOR, 11CD review: Bob Dylans Tempest is modern yet classic Dylan

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MICHELLE PROVENZANOAvenue WriterSpicing up the local music scene less than a year ago, Project Chilis start consisted of a rather modest hangout between childhood friends vibing to funk icons. UF diving team member Sean Saley formed Project Chili with long-time friend and UF alumnus James Ghattas last November, after the disintegration of their local reggae band Half Track. The idea came about as a sudden realization of the friends shared love for the Red Hot their musical urge. We were listening to music one day, and the Red Hot Chili Peppers came on, and we were like This is the last great American rock band, Ghattas said. Sean wanted to work on forming a cover band, and I was all for it. The Red Hot Chili Peppers released its album Im With You in August 2011, and Saley said it was perfect timing to start forming their band that fall. [Red Hot Chili Peppers] has been one of those consistent bands throughout my life that Ive jammed out to on my iPod, said Saley, a 22-year-old food and resource economics senior. It was great to start covering the songs Ive listened to for years and at the same time, exploring their new stuff. Ghattas stepped into the position of lead singer and Saley inclined toward being the bassist of the band. Saley recruited former diving teammate Jon Speed to be the drummer. Still in need of a guitarist, he put ing him to 21-year-old food and resource economics senior Bernie Green. Literally the same day I put up said. We gave him one audition and that was all it took for us to want him. The band tried to start practices in different locations near campus but struggled to where they could jam. We tried practicing in friends houses or garages, but we would get the police called on us, Saley said. Finally, we were able to have our practices at my apartment, but we had to play somewhat quietly. Coordinating schedules also proved to be a struggle. With four people all doing different things, its hard to get everyone together, he said. With time management, Project Chili got in enough practice time at High Dive, the venue formerly known as Double Down Live. Saley said the feeling he got best experiences of his life. Its so much fun getting hooked up. We can crank the volume up all the way and have a great time, he said. Theres so much energy to shows. Its a very unique feeling that most people dont know about. Project Chili generated attention from fans of Red Hot Chili Peppers and the funk genre enough to land them a performance during UFs Dance Marathon in the Spring semester. We dont just play to play. We do it for the shows, Saley said. We love going on stage, jumping around and getting the audience to sing along with us. Project Chili looks to end its run as a band come the end of spring, with lead singer Ghattas attending medical school at Mercer Univer sity next year and the other members graduating and moving out of Gainesville. Until the band parts ways, Saley said he cant wait to keep booking shows for Project Chili, including a special Halloween show on Oct. 31 at High Dive. Forming an original band consumes your soul and your time, Saley said. Id love to write my own music one day, but right now, Im enjoying Project Chili. 12, ALLIGATOR THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 20, 2012Courtesy to the Alligator / Katie KaderaRed Hot Chili Peppers cover band Project Chili performs at Dance Marathon in the Stephen C. OConnell Center last Spring semester. The band will play a Halloween show at High Dive on Oct. 31. Project Chili serves up last year of funk in Gainesville LANDON WATNICKAvenue Contributing WriterDuring two visits to Gainesville last year, Porter Robinson mesmerized electro-house fans with his entrancing synths and unique mixes. On Tuesday at 9 p.m., he will return to town with fellow DJ, Zedd. Robinson and Anton Zedd Zaslavski will share a back-to-back set at The Vault, 238 W. University Ave., for the Poseidon Tour. Upand-coming producer Nick Thayer will open for both artists. Tickets for the 18-and-older show start at $35 and can be purchased at www.porterzeddgville.eventbrite.com. Prices will rise as the show approaches sellout status, said Anthony Mercado of The Dynasty Group, which is putting on the event with Committee Entertainment. We just want to reward the early birds, he said. If a ticket to Dayglow on Friday is also pur chased, the price of admission is $25, since Robinson was originally scheduled to headline the event. The idea for a back-to-back tour came to Robinson after seeing dubstep artists Doctor P and Flux Pavilion pull it off, Mercado said. Its a great concept, he said. You get to hear the stylistic differences. Robinson and Zaslavski are known for their genre versatility when experimenting with electronic music. Zedd has remixed songs by The Black Eyed His new album, Clarity, will be released in October. Criminology sophomore Cody Smith, 19, said he likes both producers complex and danceable music. Im excited for just both of them playing back to back, he said. Thats not how DJs usually play. I just expect a lot of good vibes and positive energy. Anthony Benedettini, a 19-year-old applied physiology and kinesiology sophomore, has seen Robinson three times in concert and Zedd twice, but plans to attend Tuesday. Both DJs are high-energy guys, he said. They play really lively stuff. They know how to keep the crowd going. Porter Robinson and Zedd are two of the top 10 producers in the game, Mercado said. Its rare to get two artists that are peaking at this level and you put them under one roof at one price, Mercado said. Its going to be a special show. Theres no guarantee theyll ever do this again.Porter Robinson returns with Zedd GLAZES OF COLOR WILL BE SHOWN AT THORNEBROOK GALLERY UNTIL SEPT. 29. CAROLINA GARCIAAvenue Contributing WriterNestled in the oaks of the quaint Thornebrook Village, Thornebrook Gallery boasts the eclectic and serene feeling that nationally recognized artists like Peter Pettegrew pieces of art. After a four-year break from shows in Gainesville, Pettegrews work returned to Thornebrook Gallery, at 2441-6D NW 16th Ave., where the Winter Park artist will exhibit Glazes of Color. The collection will hold 25 of the artists most recent landscape paintings that are available for viewing and sale until Sept. 29. Pettegrews work highlights the colors and textures seen in the scenery of North Florida, which Gainesville residents will be able to enjoy in Glazes of Color. In the last six months, Pettegrew has had shows in Orlando, Winter Park and Tampa with a paint out in Wekiva and a commission in Northern California, according to Thornebrook Gallery owner David Arrighi. Recognizing the artists high demand and busy schedule, Arrighi will host Glazes of Color for three weeks as opposed to the usual twoweek display opening that artists get at the gallery. Hes too popular to keep him up for only two weeks, said Arrighi. I mean, after four years and with the popularity of his work, he deserves three. Thornebrook Gallery employee Tricia Fisher expressed excitement for the latest exhibit. Its great that Peters work is coming back to Gainesville, Fisher said. Really anything that breathes new life into art is good for Gainesville. For more information about the show, call 352-378-4947 or visit www.thornebrookgallery.com.Artist displays paintings in Gainesville after 4 years Robinson

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THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 20, 2012 WWW.ALLIGATORSPORTS.ORG Florida Football Advising Heat-Related PrecautionsFans attending Saturdays game are encouraged to stay hydrated and wear sunscreen and loose clothing. Temperatures are forecasted to approach 90 degrees. Senior golfer Isabelle Lendl comes from an athletic family, with father Ivan a former tennis star and two sisters who golfed in the SEC. See story, page 19. David Carr / Alligator StaffDefensive coordinator Dan Quinn shouts instructions to his defense during UFs 3720 victory against Tennessee at Neyland Stadium on Saturday. END OF GREGULATIONGators should ditch gimmicks THE GATORS ROTATE MORE LINEMAN AND LINEBACKERS THAN IN 2011. JOE MORGAN Alligator Staff Writer Coach Will Muschamp has led the Gators to a 3-0 start for a second consecutive year. Following Floridas 37-20 win against Tennessee last Saturday, he said the undefeated start was different than last seasons effort. been their success in the fourth quarter. Last season, Florida was outscored 72-22 during ence games. In 2012, the Gators have outscored opponents 27-0 during the fourth quarter, including a 17-0 advantage in two SEC games. Defensive coordinator Dan Quinn chalks up the late-game improvement to a wealth of talent on defense. One of the things with our club this year compared to last year is more depth across the ball where we play more players, Quinn said. That gives you the feeling that you can play longer into a game, and have a pass rush available for you at the end of the game. Even though Buck linebacker Ronald Powell is sidelined with an ACL tear, Florida has taken advantage of its numbers on the defensive line and at linebacker. The Gators have implemented a rotation in the front seven that has proved effective so far this season. For us, its been kind of part of the plan to build some depth and be able to have more of a rotation where we could go longer into the games and feel like at the end of the games, we could still have a chance to affect the quarterback, Quinn said. of talent. Powell may be out, but Quinn said has helped. men Dante Fowler Jr. and Antonio Morrison have been key. Guys have been fresh going to the fourth quarter, nose tackle Omar Hunter said. A lot of that has to do with our rotaUF enjoying depth in front seven JOSH JURNOVOY Alligator Staff Writer Joker Phillips is ignoring the elephant in the room. The strategy worked perfectly against Tennessee in 2011, so its what Kentucky will do when it visits Florida on Saturday in an streak against the Gators. We have not mentioned it, Phillips said. He used the same approach as nale in 2011 against Tennessee. The Wildcats hadnt defeated the Volunteers since 1984. After not speaking a word about the 26game losing streak all week, Kentucky defeated Tennessee 10-7 in clude its season. Its been our theory, you know. Why bring those things up? Phillips said. You hear it enough outside of here. Therefore, we dont bring them up. We just try to continue to prepare the best way we can to play as good as we can. Phillips is very familiar with the lopsided series against the Gators. Before the losing streak began, he lost four straight to Florida as a wide receiver for Kentucky from 1981-84. He was an assistant coach for 16 losses during the streak and has been the head coach for two more. While Phillips has a lot of history with the series, he does not by it. A lot of those guys havent been a part of it, Phillips said. Its such a young team. A lot Kentucky downplaying 25-year losing streak Its been our theory, you know, why bring those things up? You hear it enough outside of here. Therefore, we dont bring them up. We just try to continue to prepare the best way we can to play as good as we can.Joker PhillipsKentucky coach SEE GREGULATION, PAGE 18 SEE OPPONENT, PAGE 18 SEE QUINN, PAGE 18 Only one thing is keeping coach Will Muschamp from fully establishing Florida as a team known for toughness and physicality: his foolish, stubborn insistence on trick plays. The Gators have accomplished more offensively in see all season. Jeff Driskel looks like the real deal, Mike Gillislee leads the Southeastern Conference in rushing and the offensive line appears to be stronger and faster than it was a year ago. With all of those pieces in place, Florida has turned into the team Muschamp wants it to be. The Gators run the ball, they play defense, they wear opponents down and they win the fourth quarter. But Muschamps shenanitheyre keeping the transformation one step shy of completion. Its not only one call. Its every week so far this season. One drive after Tennessee scored to take a 20-13 lead, Muschamp called for a fake punt on fourth-and-9 at his own 42 a move he later admitted was a mistake. And it wasnt just any fake punt, it was a wacky direct snap to Trey Burton, who pitched to unlikely recipient Matt Elam, who had to break a get half of the necessary yardage. If Elam hadnt come through with a sack on the ily could have spiraled out of control. Of course, Muschamp almost put the Gators in a hole much earlier. scrimmage, Driskel handed to Matt Jones, who made a reverse pitch to Andre Debose. But Debose never received the ball; Florida was lucky to recover the fumble at its own 3. If the Vols had fallen on the ball, they very easily could have taken an early lead, ignited the Neyland Stadium crowd and set the Gators up Given Muschamp and defensive coordinator Dan Quinns constant emphasis on winning the turnover battle, why are the Gators going out of their way to set up possible giveaways? With Driskel, a mostly conservative passer, at the helm of an offense with a run-heavy to be rare. Unless, of course, Florida puts itself in harms way. Later that same quarter, on a fourth-and-1 at its own 40, Florida motioned from a spread punt formation to a three-man line with Burton under center. Only a timeout as the ball was snapped kept the Gators from certain failure. These plays wouldnt be a Greg Lucatwitter: @gregluca Quotable(Dominique) Easley bit me. Omar Hunter UF nose tackle (on why he was wearing a bandage on his neck)

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terrible idea if Florida was struggling or needed to rely on gimmicks. But the surprising truth is the Gators might actually be good. After upset wins in hostile environments against Texas A&M and Tennessee in consecutive weeks, all the talk about a new breed of tougher Gators makes sense. Now its time to start play-calling accordingly. No more 15-yard punts from Jeff Driskel like he had against Bowling Green. from holder John Crofoot to Trey Burton, like the one against Texas A&M. Sure, it worked, but is that the way Florida wants to set the drive? And no more lining up with only three players on the line and the rest split out wide for a simple point-after try, as Florida did against the Aggies. Especially against a team like Kentucky this weekend a group that might be worse than Bowling Green. The formula is simple. Line up, play physical, run the ball, win. As surprising as it is in light of last season, Florida can do just Contact Greg Luca at gluca@ alligator.org. tion, weve got a lot of guys that can play a lot of differ ent positions and a lot of young guys that stepped up this year, and thats really helped. The Gators rotation on defense worked wonders in Knoxville, Tenn. Ten different players recorded a tackle while playing in the front seven. UF also recorded a season-best seven quarterback hurries against UT and held the Volunteers to just 13 car ries for 16 rushing yards in the second half. It helped out a lot, Hunter said of the rotation. Were fresh going into the second half, and I think I played like 30-something snaps, and thats pretty low. I thought I actually played more, but it was only like 30 snaps. I was fresh after the game and fresh now. With linebacker Jelani Jenkins recovering from surgery on his right thumb and Dominique Easley questionable for Floridas game against Kentucky because of a left knee injury, the strength of Floridas depth on defense will continue to be tested. Until the Gators return to full health in the front seven, they will have to live under Muschamps injury mantra: Man down, man up. Contact Joe Morgan at joemorgan@alligator.org. 18, ALLIGATOR THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 20, 2012 AP PhotoKentucky coach Joker Phillips is not discussing his teams lengthy losing streak against Florida during preparation for Saturdays game. Last season, UK snapped a 26-game losing streak against Tennessee with a 10-7 win on Nov. 26. David Carr / Alligator StaffFlorida coach Will Muschamp reacts to a penalty during UFs 37-20 win against Tennessee at Neyland Stadium on Saturday. Gators run-based offense presents different challenges for Wildcats games that [the underclassmen] realize is the one a couple of them played in last year and the one these true freshmen are about to play in. In order to break the streak, the Wildcats will have to slow down the Gators muchimproved offense. Phillips is well aware of the added emphasis Florida has put on the running game this season. One of the things that theyre doing thats different from two years straight, running the football more, Phillips said. You can notice the difference in the run game. They have a fast, physical back. Phillips was referring to starting running back Mike Gillislee, who last year had six rushes for 84 yards in Floridas 48-10 win at Kentucky, including a 60-yard touchdown run. However, all of his carries came after Flor ida took a 31-point lead. He is now the Gators featured back, and chance to show what he can do. Hes getting opportunities now, Phillips said. Hes always been a really good back. He has more opportunities now with Rainey and Demps not being there, and this has given him an opportunity, and hes taking advantage of it. Even though it will take a season-best effort from the Wildcats to break the streak, nose tackle Omar Hunter said the Gators arent letting the past results make them They have nothing to lose, Hunter said. Thats the scary thing about this team. They have nothing to lose. Streak being 25 games, you know, theyre going to do whatever it takes to get a win. Thats the scary thing about this game. Contact Josh Jurnovoy at jjurnovoy@alligator.org. OPPONENT, from page 17 QUINN, from page 17Injuries highlight depth GREGULA TION, from page 17Hunter

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LANDON WATNICKAlligator WriterWhen redshirt senior Kat WilChristen Westphal. not new to her. FRESHMAN ENROLLED IN JANUARY. KATIE AGOSTINAlligator Staff Writer Contact Katie Agostin at kagostin@alligator. org. ALLIGATOR9John McLaughlin / Alligator Freshman Berkley Whaley (1) spikes the ball during Floridas three-set win against Florida Gulf Coast on Aug. 25 in the OConnell Center. Brett Le Blanc / Alligator StaffJunior defender Maggie Rodgers has switched from outside back CHARLES KINGSBURYAlligator Writer er an option. lowest on the team. sophomore 54-hole total. Lendl

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NOTEBOOK JOE MORGANAlligator Staff WriterThe Gators will face the topranked passing offense in the Southeastern Conference for a second consecutive week on Saturday. However, UFs pass rush may be without defensive end Dominique Easley. On Wednesday, coach Will Muschamp updated the condition of Easleys left knee, which was injured against Tennessee on Saturday. Easley, who has swelling in his knee, has been using crutches this week. Were just trying to stabilize, Muschamp said. Hes still got a little swelling on the knee. Hes moving around OK, but at this time I would say questionable for the game. Last season, Easley suffered an ACL tear in his left knee during Floridas 21-7 loss to Florida State on Nov. 26. The injury limited him during fall camp, but he received clearance for contact this season and has started all three games, recording eight tackles, one sack and two quarterback hurries. If Easley cannot play against Kentucky, defensive coordinator Dan Quinn said either Earl Okine or Jonathan Bullard will start at defensive end. While the Gators received some bad news on Easleys knee, Will linebacker Jelani Jenkins could potentially return for UFs game against LSU on Oct. 6. On Sept. 10, Jenkins underwent surgery to repair a broken right thumb he suffered against Texas A&M. On Wednesday, Jenkins lifted since the injury, Muschamp said. He went to the doctor and they changed his cast, Muschamp said of Jenkins progress. I want to say in eight days theyre going to pull a pin out of there and take another look at it. While Easley and Jenkins will likely return to the lineup within a few weeks, prospects do not look as promising for offensive tackle Matt Patchan. Patchan (strained pectoral muscle) has not played since UFs loss to FSU last season. Saturdays game against the Wildcats will be the 31st he has missed due to injury during his UF career. Im not sure when Matt will be back, Muschamp said. Purifoy at wide receiver: The Gators want to get the ball in cornerback Loucheiz Purifoys hands. He is cur rently earning reps at wide receiver during practice and appeared at the position against Bowling Green and Texas A&M. While Purifoy has played primar ily defense in his two seasons with UF, that was not the case when he was at Pensacola Pine Forest High. I barely played defense (in high school), Purifoy said. All I played was offense. So, hey, if I can get the chance to get the ball in my hand, help the team any way possible. Purifoy said Muschamp approached him about the possibility of playing wide receiver. Purifoy said that whenever he lines up on offense, its like riding a bike. [Muschamp] was just like, Were going to try and get the ball in your hands on offense, so go work with coach (Brent) Pease, Purifoy said. [Pease] was kidding needed me just to help a little bit, and I was like, Im all in. Anything you need. Contact Joe Morgan at joemorgan@ alligator.org.Easley questionable for Saturdays game against Kentucky20, ALLIGATOR THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 20, 2012 Brett Le Blanc / Alligator Staff Florida junior defensive end Dominique Easley (2) hypes up his teammates before running onto the