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Bwoglines: 1, 2, 3, 4 Loko Edition

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Ramapo College in Mahwah, NJ has banned the alcoholic energy drink Four Loko. Let’s hope this disturbing trend stays in Jersey. Or not. (CBS New York)

Princeton’s endowment posted a mere 14.7% gain last year, to Columbia’s 17%. (NYT)

The New Museum’s latest exhibit contains a newspaper on the end of newspapers. (Capital NY)

This guy can teach you how to ride a bike in the city, even where there’s no bike lane. (NYT)

The Feds busted a 45-member New York-based marijuana ring yesterday which included Roc-A-Fella Records co-founder Kareem ‘Biggs’ Burke. Bwog sincerely hopes this doesn’t affect Memphis Bleek’s habits. (WSJ)

http://www.capitalnewyork.com/article/culture/2010/10/612676/newspaper-about-death-newspapers-exhibit-about-death-newspapers

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  • known by? says:

    @known by? “liquid cocaine” and “blackout in a can.” I have never heard these nicknames…

  • was wondering says:

    @was wondering how did four loko become “the thing” this semester? it’s been around for ages, but why now?

    just curious

  • youre not funny says:

    @youre not funny “clearly members…”

  • Anonymous says:

    @Anonymous loko stole my dignity

  • Anonymous says:

    @Anonymous clearly members of ramapo college have never had a heights margarita

  • CC 13 says:

    @CC 13 It’s a Jersey thing.

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