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Bwog in Bed: In Brief

Bwogline: A federal judge ruled that the NSA’s metadata collection violates the Fourth Amendment. Finals tip: Ask a more devoted student in your class that you sort of know to borrow her notes. Procrastinate: Engage in serious intellectual discourse, for a change. Overseen:

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Bwoglines: Things in Novel Places Edition

Heroin in a five-year-old’s pockets. (NY Daily News) A Big Mac in a diabetic ward. (USA Today) Fuel in North Korean rockets. (Reuters) A bullet in store-bought cleats. (HuffPo) A transgender competitor in Miss Universe. (Daily Mail) Ikea in a London city planning initiative. (HuffPo) NYU in Greenwich Village. (NY1) Unlikely places to dune-buggy via Wikimedia Commons

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