Oct

16

Bwoglines: Fajita Stealing Edition

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Happening Around the World: Dozens of individuals have died after severe fires have ravaged throughout Portugal and parts of Spain. With 145 active fires occurring throughout the region, lack of firefighters and the rising death toll (currently at 31) has provided issues to the Portuguese government. (BBC)

Looks so good you can steal $1.2 million of it!

Happening in the US: A Texas man faces felony charges after being cited for stealing over $1.2 million worth of fajitas over the last few years on county funding. Me too. (Miami Herald)

Happening in NYC: NYC politician Linda Rosenthal (D – Manhattan) has called on state government to stop providing tax breaks for companies that do not disclose sexual harassment complaints and their outcomes over the past few years. This comes after it was found that The Weinstein Company (Harvey Weinstein’s business) received over $400,000 in state tax credits, despite participating in sexual harassment. (NY Daily News)

Happening on Campus: HBO and Barnard College will be screening “Clinica De Migrantes,” a documentary regarding a volunteer health clinic that treats undocumented individuals, from 6-8 PM in 202 Altschul Hall. The documentary will be followed by a panel discussion as well as dinner. More information can be found here regarding the event.

Overseen: A girl was casually calling her parents from inside a party at EC while she was holding back her friend’s hair while she puked.

What I’m Listening To: Mala Mujer – C. Tangana

Tasty Mexican Delight via Flickr

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1 Comment

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    What has happened to the Bwog?

    This is terrible journalism.

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