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Eyepoke: Eye-Popping Figures

If we could study television, we wouldn’t have to waste time watching it.

Eventually, going to the pediatrician is just creepy.

Hopefully it works better than the Ionic Breeze.

Among the Ivies, our tuition increased the most.

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  • What is wrong with ... says:

    @What is wrong with ... … actual trees? Do we really need mechanical ones?

    1. machine trees are says:

      @machine trees are 1000 times as effective as real trees…so they take up 1000 times less space. also, they allow for the possibility of collecting CO2 that can be made into energy. Plus we can put machine trees in places where nobody lives and no trees can grow, like in deserts and on icecaps.

  • Tuition says:

    @Tuition I am not okay with this. Can someone who has time to stage all those silly protests please stage a real one against this.

  • their infographic says:

    @their infographic is really great!

    1. their infographic says:

      @their infographic belongs in the crimson, as its basically all about harvard

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