You’re sitting there telling them your problem and they’re like “I know! That same thing happened to me! Let me tell you about it even though I know you don’t care…[insert boring story/problem here],” and suddenly you’re stuck with someone else’s issues and your own.
The movie will make you laugh and cry and then laugh all over again. If you have not seen it, you definitely need to. It was simply fantastic!
The Student Union Board has begun sponsoring PC Movie Nights at the Laurens Capitol Theater. Every Friday and Saturday, you can go to the theater, show your PC ID, and see a movie ticket for $3.
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