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CUDM Is Going Strong

The Columbia University Dance


Marathon is already 3/14 (or 21.4%) done!  Bwog suggests you go on and Electric Slide your way down to Lerner soon, because there are only twenty-two more hours to see all your favorite people shakin’ that thang for the Elizabeth Glaser Pediatric AIDS Foundation.  In fact, 30 Rock aficionados should hustle a little more, even, because Bwog’s heard a rumor that “actor Judah Friedlander will be appearing around 11 p.m.”

Public Service Announcement:  people unfamiliar with 30 Rock and Mr. Friedlander (are there such people?) may want to absent themselves from CUDM at that hour.

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  • Huh? says:

    @Huh? Who’s singing/yelling outside?

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