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The government is still shut down, but apparently they’re working on that. (WSJ) Luckily, the NSA is the one government organization that never sleeps — they’re too busy going through your email contacts. (The Washington Post) People explaining how they spent their last $100 is pretty interesting. Not like their last $100 ever, just their […]

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A time in which we have no government seems to call for a new perspective on life, a new outlook, and renewed motivation to help make this world better. Right now it looks like we’re collectively doing a pretty great job of keeping the American economy intact. (Vice) We have to wonder if those electeds […]

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Aficionado of all things apocalyptic, CC sophomore Geoffrey Loss explains the government shut down for the laypeople among us and strongly recommends that you loot Westside while you can. Welcome to the world of tomorrow! And by tomorrow I mean today because yesterday we had a government and now we don’t. Some of you may have heard about […]

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#CUGovtShutdown

Last night on Twitter, fueled mostly by being lonely in Butler, Bwog decided to try a contest: Tweet us your cleverest Columbia-related government shutdown joke and maybe we'll give the writer of the best one a prize — Bwog (@bwog) October 1, 2013 Since then we’ve decided that, yes, we will give a prize to the […]

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