“As if I didn’t trust Facebook enough already,” said Ted Damon, area father, “I can definitely put my faith in it now that it’s showing me how well it knows me.” Prompted for clarification, Damon said, “Who doesn’t love a business that listens to its customers?”
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It is still unclear whether Leggins actually meant to close the ad, or if he just accidentally clicked on the “x” when he was trying to enter full-screen mode. Nonetheless, his students were amazed.
According to the person you think you know well enough to commit in advance to sharing a room with, the coming and going of the drones gathering pollen shouldn’t bother you.
“She just looked at me and said, ‘Deal with the grade you got or you’ll end up like the last one.’”
Where do all the uneaten chickpeas go? A Qatar-based cryptocurrency is only the beginning of the story…
After years of grueling research and testing, these researchers were thrilled to discover that the high rates of infidelity in male students on campus was due to the gene, and not just their shitty personalities.
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“We have sufficient reason to believe the long-dormant student will emerge from slumber imminently,” lead scientist Veronica Tyson said at a press conference today. “Also, his alarm has been going off for the past 20 minutes.”
“Games such as Raft Wars and the World’s Hardest Game will be the new norm, rather than the old useless resources such as CTECs and class descriptions.”
“Couldn’t some of Northwestern’s Hamilton ticket budget go to making a class registration site that doesn’t look like it was made in 1997?”