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Bwoglines: Sad Edition

Not even this koala can tip the balance in today's bwoglines away from "sad"

Not even this koala can tip the balance in today’s bwoglines away from “sad”

Two bombs near the finish line of the Boston Marathon yesterday killed three people and injured more than 100. (NYT)

A 7.8 magnitude earthquake hit the Iran-Pakistan border this morning. Hundreds are feared to have been killed. (Reuters)

According to Columbia professor of brain science Eric Kandel, we can learn about our brains from art. Maybe science and the humanities aren’t so different after all? (NYT)

Hopefully you paid your taxes yesterday. Now you can take a look at what you’re actually paying for. (the Atlantic)

Remember how great Bachannal was? Kinda? Check out this pretty decent video of Macklemore’s performance here to remember the greatest day on the Columbia calendar. (YouTube)

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  • Anonymous says:

    @Anonymous Also 30 dead in bombings in Baghdad. The world sucks today.

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