Monthly Archives: September 2002

This weekend sucked. Well, after Friday, I suppose. Friday night was the University of Maryland “All-Nighter”, a big party that goes on all night at the Union. It was pretty cool. I was working security SEE (Student Entertainment Events), covering … Continue reading

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“The Project”

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Hey Kris — where’s that bio you said you’d do? I’m bored and feel like having something new to read…

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COLLEGE PARK

COLLEGE PARK BEER PONG LEAGUE

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Dangerous Liaisons Japan’s casual ‘sex friends’ risk more than broken hearts By Amy L. Webb NEWSWEEK INTERNATIONAL (Sept. 16 – 23 issue) Masami strides out the main gate at Tokyo University, her mobile phone in hand. The pretty 21-year-old economics … Continue reading

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Beware the leader who bangs the drums of war in order to whip the citizenry into a patriotic fervor, for patriotism is indeed a double-edged sword. It both emboldens the blood, just as it narrows the mind. And when the … Continue reading

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The purpose of life is finding comfortable underwear…

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The purpose of life is not to be a miserable drone of corporate interests or an over-involved government. The purpose of live is to have a good time. And if you’re having trouble with that, dance.- Me to my friend … Continue reading

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Manifesting arete is a tricky thing to write, because arete is a trickyy concept to grasp. Generally, the concept of eudaimonia, following Aristotle, refers to the constant, ecvellent activity of those parts of the soul that are peculiar to human … Continue reading

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Yahoo! News – Oldest Known Penis Is 100 Million Years Old

Yahoo! News – Oldest Known Penis Is 100 Million Years Old “To my knowledge it is the oldest penis. I don’t know of any older,” Professor David Siveter, of the University of Leicester, told the British Association science conference.

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