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Bwog In Bed: Finals On Finals On Finals Edition

Tests, tests, and tests = boooo. Bwog, Bwog, and beds = good.

Bwogline: New York state government denied construction of a $1 billion natural gas pipeline (NY Times)

Study Tip: Drink water, eat food, breathe air.

Music:Sunday Morning,” “Just A Girl,” and “Don’t Speak,” By No Doubt

Back when Gwen Stefani was even cooler than she is now.

Also, if you’re not convinced with how cool Gwen Stefani is, listen to “Cool,” By Gwen Stefani.

Check out “Burning Down The House,” By Talking Heads (and everything else they’ve recorded)

And listen to “In The Long Run,” By The Staves

Procrastination: Dan Carlin’s Podcast Hardcore History. Start with his series on WWI: “Blueprint for Armageddon.

Overheard: “How can there be 15 people in this room if there are only 10 people in the world?”

Drink Agua via Bwog Archive

Have Bread via Bwog Archive

Breathe It via Pixabay

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