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what we think freshmen look like on Saturday mornings

What we think freshmen look like on Saturday mornings

Important: U.S. and Russia came to an agreement about Syria’s chemical weapons—one week for information about its weapons. (CNN)

Meh: NPR is having some financial troubles. Bwog will still be here for you. (Washington Post)

Of regional importance: Bloomberg will remain neutral in the upcoming mayoral elections. “I want to make sure that person is ready to succeed,” he said. Now look at his expressions on Google Images and try to take him seriously. (NY Times)

Meh: While we’re all for taking pictures of strangers, Bwog resents not being a good enough artist to attempt these Snapchats. (Buzzfeed)

Actually what everybody looks like because you shouldn’t be awake via Shutterstock

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