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It’s a rather glum day outside, but nothing will cure a case of the Mondays like tales of sex. In this case, we mean tales of loud, sweaty (and possibly angry) sex! The following is the year’s first installment in what we simply call BwogSex; a collection of questions, answers, anecdotes, advice and erotic miscellany. […]

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47 Pianos

…are set up in the Wien lounge right now. Presumably, they’ll be sold like last year—meanwhile, get used to the discordant sounds of tuning as your move-in soundtrack. Also, Gawker has an idea for our out-of-work opinion editor.

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Bollinger sighting! An anonymous tipster reports: “Last night a few friends and I were walking on 116th near the Wein courtyard carrying seven handles of bad vodka and four cases of beer for a party in EC when we passed President Bollinger.  The plastic bags did little to hide the illicit content.  As he walked […]

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