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In the name of science

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Yes, Bwog is immature. But read the following and imagine for a second if your job was to be a pimp for South Asian cripples. Just for a second. Ok, done.

———- Forwarded message ———-
Date: Thu, 29 Jun 2006 06:23:09 -0700 (PDT)
From: <—–@yahoo.com>
To: ——@columbia.edu
Subject: A request for help

Hi [name omitted],
I am a doctoral student at Teachers College and was wondering if you can help me. I am working on my dissertation and I am looking for a participant for my pilot study. I am interested in working with a young adult of South Asian descent with a physical disability. I am willing to offer monetary compensation to both the participant and the person who will help me locate a participant. I was wondering if you could send out a flyer to your listserv and also recommend other student organizations I can get in touch with.
Thanks
[name omitted]

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6 Comments

  1. beh

    more interesting story: the spectator has redesigned its website again, and it's even more hideous than before! a difficult achievement indeed

  2. compared to

    http://www.thecrimson.com/



    http://dailyprincetonian.com/



    and even http://www.dailypennsylvanian.com/



    of course, im sure YOU could do a better job than the speccies already have, right?

    • all of those papers' websites

      are better than the current version of the spec's. shit doesn't even line up right, and the logo has been pixellated to death (note to spec graphics people: you can only save a .jpg so many times before it dies by granulation)

      • Easy Easy

        it could just be that the site is still under construction, and we should hold off judgment until it's done?

      • seriously

        chill out. it's pretty obvious that the site isn't done yet. summer is a good time to make changes even if that takes time, because the news isn't updated all that regularly. all the spec-haters (who seem to be the people who check their website the most regularly) could stand to take a deep breath.

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