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Claiming Butler Spots, Or How to Suck at It

Claiming seats in Butler is less of a science, and more of an art. There are techniques that work for some locations, but fail in others. This evening, Senior Butler Analyst Alex Jones spotted the stakeout below and uses it to illustrate one of the many finer points of Butler camping: item usage. There are […]

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What’s Up With Throwbackpacks?

In this rapidly changing world, we sometimes feels a little behind the times. Old Man Bwog aims to address the eternal gripe: “What’s up With That?” Dear Nostalgic Students, I understand your longing for times past, but I have trouble understanding the recent trend of throwback backpacks. “Life was simpler then,” you think. “And when I […]

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What’s Up With Scooters?

In this rapidly changing world, we sometimes feels a little behind the times. Old Man Bwog aims to address the eternal gripe: “What’s up With That?” Dear Parents of the Scooting Youth, How would you feel if I walked into your backyards, set up three foot-tall hurdles all over the place, and watched your frustrated efforts to […]

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