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Bwog awakens from post-Thanksgiving slumber to bring important news. An anonymous friend, stuck on campus, sent the following series of tips to Bwog: “Someone shat in spec elevator” “They’re trying not to have the info leaked that it happened” “They’re trying to keep it silenced” “They paid to have it removed” While this could just […]

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Interesting positions await from the Department of the Interior! (Not to ruin the fun, but a quick Google search reveals this is probably a product of Sign Hacker, so no need to actually worry.)

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“…no existence can be validly fulfilled if it is limited to itself.” -Simone de Beauvoir, 1948 This appears to be a trend!

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A 100% anonymous, gets-stuff-in-discreet-brown-packaging tipster informed us about this little series on erectile dysfunction found on a McBain bulletin board. No word on why the RA chose such a topic, but, hey, the more you know…

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