Why so long? Because time. I have a lot of it now.
Bwoglines: A group of millionaires, known as The Long Now Foundation, are building a 10,000 year clock inside a mountain in Texas. It is inspired by the “The Millenium Clock,” written by Danny Hills for Wired in 1986. (Vice)
Time marches on – and right over an ancient Mayan pyramid. And by marched we mean turned to gravel for use on a “road project.” Oops! (The Guardian)
Procrastination: Sex is a part of the natural world. It has always and will always be a focus in our lives. That said, the natural world is also full of super weird animal penasia! Every link is 100% Bwog-certified worth it. (Vice)
Queens of the Stone Age’s eagerly anticipated comeback album, “…Like Clockwork,” comes out on June 4th. Until then, you can enjoy an interwoven video series (on-loop) that has been plucked straight from your nightmares and is rife with enough hellish imagery to make you miss the nighttime company of even the most annoying of Carman suitemates.
…Or, you know, you could read a book.
Finals Tip: Stop. Go get drunk like all the other kids.
Overheard: Little boy pointing at the structure in front of Buler (pre-completion): Look! They’re building a spaceship!
To Infinity and Beyond, Seniors.
The infinitesimal nature of our existence via Shutterstock