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Spending Your Whole Life in Butler Just Got Easier

 
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In case you couldn’t tell from the joyful cries of sexiled 2013s, the good news from Butler keeps rolling in.

Bwog’s star student Liz Naiden reports (with glee) that the Reference Room and the Catalogue Room, as well as “all the other reading rooms on the third floor,” are now open forever and always. 

That’s right–all twenty four hours of the day (or, sidereally, all 23 hours, 56 minutes and 4.091 seconds of the day).  Grab your laptop and your French press and head on over: the water’s free and the doors never close.

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  • pompous asshole police says:

    @pompous asshole police What’s “an pompous asshole”? Does the an signify that there is supposed to be another word between an and pompous? Maybe you meant “an astronomically pompous asshole”? That would would be quite an arrogant pooper.

    Also referring…? Referring what? Referring to?

    And do you mean “AN overcompensating dumb ass” or should I assume your misuse of a and an signifies a missing word again? A colossally overcompensating dumb ass, perhaps?

    If you hate pompous assholes so much, don’t invite us by writing such retarded comments.

    1. chacha says:

      @chacha tl;dr

  • this is says:

    @this is awesome!

  • uhhh.... says:

    @uhhh.... please don’t insert irrelevant astronomical terms into colloquial speech, it makes you look like an pompous asshole to those who don’t know what you’re referring, and a overcompensating dumbass to those who do. (Yes Jim Downie, this means you)

    1. James says:

      @James I didn’t write the post, but whatever I did to you, anonymous person, I’m sorry.

      1. WTF says:

        @WTF WHO RESPONDS TO THIS SHITTTT

    2. that's funny! says:

      @that's funny! i quite enjoyed the astronomical jargon! i guess im just not one of those douchey bwog commenters who loves to complain!

  • yay! says:

    @yay! well, I’m excited.

  • Sidereally? says:

    @Sidereally? I guess Bwog’s really enjoying it’s intro astronomy class.
    “sidereally”

    1. Just to be a jerk says:

      @Just to be a jerk its=possessive
      it’s=it is

      It’s so basic.

      1. Sidereally? says:

        @Sidereally? I just got schooled. Can’t believe I made that mistake.
        I also like your posting name. IT’S very apt.

      2. ... says:

        @... well to be fair, it is worth pointing out that that in the case of a noun, an apostrophe + s is possessive, so it can be confusing.

        just another case where english is bass ackwards and fails to maintain consistency.

        1. klg19 says:

          @klg19 Actually, English is remarkably consistent here. None of the possessive pronouns use an apostrophe: not “its” nor “his” nor “hers.”

  • circ says:

    @circ “Just” got easier. A month after it happened. Thanks, Bwog, for your speedy reporting.

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