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Can’t we just plug up the leak with a little sticker like you do with pool inflatables? No? Life doesn’t work like that?

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The Suez Canal is open for business. Capitalism lives to see another day, unfortunately.

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Maybe I’m just very easily impressed but how were the subways ever not fast enough?

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What do lockdowns, state of emergencies, positivity rates, and poetry all have in common? They all revolve around COVID-19, and they all are featured in today’s Bwoglines.

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Cuomo continues to ignore his series of scandals to tell us indoor fitness classes are back!

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Apparently, it is really hard to just not go to Florida for spring break during a pandemic.

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A virtual event will be held tonight as part of NYC’s official day of remembrance for victims of COVID-19. Editor’s Warning: mentions of sexual harassment.

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You mean DMX the car-jacker, animal abuser, no child support payin’ creep? You mean the felon who committed assault? (read more)
Bwoglines: R.I.P. DMX Edition
April 10, 2021
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My Vaccine Experience At The Javits Center
April 9, 2021
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President Bollinger Announces Columbia Student Support Initiative
April 9, 2021

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