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Bwoglines: Odd Couples Edition

not just another boring cat/dog romance

Cats and dogs living together! Mass hysteria!

As Rahm Emanuel and the Chicago teachers union continue their negotiations over pizza the public school system, one complaint that hasn’t been addressed is the lack of air conditioning in many classrooms. Wait, we’re allowed to protest about that? (HuffPost)

Meanwhile, New York reasserts its dominance as the world’s best (and most confused) city, as the results are in on a primary between two Republican state senators…who both support gay marriage. (NYT)

Researchers from Columbia University worked with PepsiCo to develop a new software that calculates products’ carbon footprints using estimated emission factors, which we should probably all be proud of, if only we could understand what that means. (R&D)

Unrest in the Middle East continues, but the Pope should be able to sort everything out. (Reuters)

Finally, Amanda Bynes is having a love affair with reckless driving, after allegedly “smoking something from a ‘drug pipe.’” (Gawker)

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  • katie Jones says:

    @katie Jones I wonder how long this protest in Chicago is going to last and the impact that it makes on education.

  • Homesick much? says:

    @Homesick much? The SF dog-cat-rat!

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