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Milos George is a writer/editor and activist who has vowed to wipe out the disease Endemic Treponematosis within his lifetime. To raise awareness of ET, Mr. George has vowed to create one panel a day of his photocomic/monkey suicide note The Last Road Home, for the rest of his life.

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Beef barley, greek salad and chicken parm

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At the Spot por los cupleanos del hermano.
21st Oct 2007, 02:39   comments (0)

Visiting the others

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Holdsworth's eye problem has grown worse -- he looks a lot like the Andrew Lloyd Webber version of the Phantom of the Opera now. Abuela and Zeus abide.
19th Oct 2007, 18:11   comments (0)

Book Mule trip two

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I probably should have told the many many kids who balked at paying $5 to get in to buy almost offensively cheap books that there's not going to be much of anything left tomorrow when it will be free to get into the sale lounge. Aw, fuck them, they'll figure this out their third or fourth junior year.
18th Oct 2007, 02:49   comments (0)

Book Mule trip two resend

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I probably should have told the many many kids who balked at paying $5 to get in to buy almost offensively cheap books that there's not going to be much of anything left tomorrow when it will be free to get into the sale lounge. Aw, fuck them, they'll figure this out their third or fourth junior year.
18th Oct 2007, 02:45   comments (0)

Solve my entrance, please.

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Also, turbin squash. I love Wegmans.
18th Oct 2007, 02:43   comments (0)

Mule trip one resends

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It's remarkable how poor cell reception is on campus. Here are the lost steps and brick leanto photos. Please try to control your excitement.
18th Oct 2007, 02:31   comments (0)

Mule trip one

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It's strange how little this campus has changed -- only the students have changed. Still sporting the almost latest in ugly hair styles and fashion.
17th Oct 2007, 19:35   comments (0)

Waiting for the first wave of BU bookstore casualties

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It's like a plague of locusts hit their overstock tables -- locusts armed with cardboard boxes, locusts who read. I can understand why they charge $5 to $10 to get in, and free admission tomorrow. I haven't the heart to pay $10 and I have no need for more books, so I'm sitting in the attrium waiting for my first set of crammed-full shopping bags to mule out to the car. Whee.
17th Oct 2007, 19:04   comments (0)