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South Lawn Snow, Cont’d: Toppled Tyrants…and Bowling

Continuing today’s snow sculpture-related coverage, and apropos to tonight’s J-School lecture on regime change, one of the once proudly (or panoptically!) upstanding snowmen on South Lawn appears to have capitulated, inspiring Bwog to cite Shelley’s “Ozymandias” and post this apt juxtaposition:


Meanwhile, this find on Hamilton Lawn indicates it may not have been quite the bloodless coup:


On the other side of the lawn, however, the week’s most admirable snow folly lives on: what one contributor called “Calvin and Hobbes-esqe sculpture…there’s a snowman bowling with a second snowman’s head”:

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    @CALVIN AND HOBBES! whoever created that C&H tribute on the South lawn is AWESOME

    1. actually says:

      @actually They can go to hell… They are just reminding me that I have a CC midterm tomorrow

      good job on the snowmen, regardless

  • i overheard says:

    @i overheard this little boy said to his dad, “look, a snowman!…can i go kick it?”


  • Felipe Tarud says:

    @Felipe Tarud Oh God, I’m melting!!!

  • Help HIM! says:

    @Help HIM! Felipe Tarud is melting!!!

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