"Advice to the Class of 2002: Jon Stewart"
Rolling Stone
July 4-11, 2002


My advice? It all boils down to public-service announcements. If you follow those -- like "Reading is fundamanetal" -- I don't see how you can go wrong. Why would the stars of Will and Grace agree to do them if they weren't fine pieces of advice?

And that one that says, "It's ten o'clock, do you know where your children are?" The key for that one is for the kids to just leave a note. Because at ten o'clock the parents can refer to the note and go, "My children are at a rave. They're taking Ecstasy and having sex with strangers."

Finally, remember that your GPA is really important. That's all that employers really care about. If you don't have a good one, you'll never amount to anything.


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