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Coner Jams 2012

You thought coning was dead? So did the President’s enemies. Okay, not really, but Bwog thought so. The last time we saw one of these bad boys was October! It looks like the unknown coner is impervious to the frigid winter and has returned with a vengeance. This time, the tooth (?) statue in front of the law library was attacked—you know, that one that you drunkenly spin around over and over again with your friends every Friday night on your way back from EC. It won’t be long before they strike again.

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  • Anonymous says:

    @Anonymous Title: “Three-Way Points: Piece”
    Artist: Henry Moore

  • the google machine tells me: says:

    @the google machine tells me: http://www.blueofthesky.com/publicart/works/threeway.htm

  • Anonymous says:

    @Anonymous It’s all fun and games until someone cones Presbo.

    1. Anonymous says:

      @Anonymous Then it’s hilarious.

  • looks like the work of says:

    @looks like the work of eric coner, noted american historian and petty vandal.

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