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A conspicuously absent Samantha “Powers” piece (see right) …followed by a full article about Samantha Power. Perhaps Powers and Power are the same person?  Even more catching up with Kali, the Subway Hero  Rejoice! Real vendors now accepting fake money That One Time Rod Stewart Didn’t Suck: A Retrospective  Contrary to scientific evidence, less money […]

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As we reported earlier, last week, a Columbia facilities employee jumped three tracks to save a man who had fallen off the subway platform. (Though apparently, the fallen man had fallen due to drunkenness, and not a stroke.) The facilities worked is Veeramuthu Kalimuthu (known as Kali), and his story has since been picked up […]

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Tipster Jason Patinkin relays to Bwog the following story: Apparently a man at the 116th subway stop fainted of what was perceived to be a heart attack or a stroke. The man tumbled off the platform and landed on the uptown track. Subway patrons waiting on the platform began yelling, and one ran upstairs to […]

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