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Lerner Is The 4th Dimension

Sometimes weird things happen in Lerner, and today there were a lot of weird things happening all at the same time.

Just a few moments ago, Lerner flaneur Sam Schube observed the following:

  • A frenzied session of DDR in a ramp lounge
  • A battle of the Lerner pianos: lots of Radiohead vs lots of Sound of Music
  • Someone saying: “Wait…I thought there was like a Passover cruise, where you all just celebrate Passover.”


A taste of DDR, photo by SS

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  • Bemani says:

    @Bemani Way to be observant, Bwog! The DDR Club has been meeting in the ramp lounges (nearly) every Friday from 5-7 for most of this year. Meetings are free and open to players of all skill levels. Damn good fun and exercise, too.

  • Anonymous says:

    @Anonymous radiohead on piano!? sounds cool

    1. yeah says:

      @yeah whoever that was ought to be smacked…in the arse. Love piano renditions of popular songs.

    2. mer says:

      @mer once i went and someone was playing pokemon music on the piano
      it was awesome

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