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See CU on ABC on TV

Spotted by Chief of Ruggles Snuggles Andrew Kisch

Bwog received numerous tips today that a film crew from ABC7 was around campus getting footage and conducting interviews about the recent attempted robberies of iPhones. No footage has been posted to the local affiliate’s website yet, but we’re hoping that when it does, we can get sandwich man‘s take on all this.

Update, 3:00 am: The segment is now online. Check it out below:

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7 Comments

  • CC'13 says:

    @CC'13 everyone knows james bennett is the mayor of ruggles

  • correction says:

    @correction James Bennett II

  • Anonymous says:

    @Anonymous Erica! What’s the point of hiding your iphone in another pocket if you’re just going to announce it on television?

  • I love says:

    @I love I love how the guy at the end holds up his iPhone to the camera while walking away. And yes, I did just use the correct capitalization on “iPhone”

    1. Awww says:

      @Awww But the h-i-phone-ated spelling is so much sassier!

    2. Anonymous says:

      @Anonymous sassy.

  • Anjuli dewakar says:

    @Anjuli dewakar girl is kinda cute.

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