Written by Bwog Staff
April 16, 201210:20 am 0 Comments
The root of all problems
You might have enjoyed some nip-slips at Baccha90s this weekend, but watch out when you move off Columbia’s campus. In Utah, you get taxed for showing some skin. (Time)
However hard you’ve been trying to do so in your Global Core lecture, you should consider getting bored more often. (The Dish)
The cop who pepper-sprayed the UC Davis protestors might have been “taking orders.” Sound familiar? (The Atlantic)
Despite the shock you feel when you remember that your parents had lives before you, there is nothing surprising about how swanky Michelle Obama looked at prom. (Jezebel)
The Colombian economist, Jose Antonion Ocampo, decided to step down from the World Bank presidency race. It’s looking like America’s bid for the World Bank will win… again. Maybe not so out of the ordinary. (Guardian.)
A guy walks into a B(e)ar: a cautionary tale. (HuffPo)
Paying attention in class via Wikimedia Commons
Tags: bwoglines, dapper flotus, internet pieces about how the internet is bad for you, occupy wall street, pretty fly for a prom date, tetris, things get meta, things get out of control, uc davis
June 17, 20066:26 pm 15 Comments
From Bwog tipster James Williams:
Take any typical black columbia email computer.
Hold down ctrl + alt + shift + g and right click on the mouse and you get Tetris.
Someone test this out and let Bwog know if it actually works! Post your high scores and your initials on this thread (or vulgar combinations of letters like at the arcade).
For which of the following interview questions are you best prepared? #summerjob
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