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B&W editor and Bwog tipster Mariela Quintana poses a question that even we can’t answer: Who took the baby that the stork dropped off in front of Tomo?


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  • Suggestion says:

    @Suggestion How about an article on common places to find lost items based on location lost and item type? For example, things left behind in Hamilton classrooms end up in the nearest department office, and all IDs make their way to the Low Lost & Found.

    Also, no comment tracking? Boo.

  • Dave says:

    @Dave Also, your new font is what I would use…..if I was a 7th grade girl writing Twilight fan fiction.

    1. James Downie says:

      @James Downie It was an experiment with new fonts that we were trying out; the old font will be back soon.

  • Dave says:

    @Dave Good thing it wasn’t left in front of Ollie’s, because the baby would probably be working for slave wages. Or the Kung Pao chicken would be extra tender.

  • Required Name says:

    @Required Name Maybe a dingo ate it.

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