Where am I? Very ominous!
I hope the kids at Delta Chi who painted and displayed this last weekend feel super about themselves. And by super, I mean a superiority over the Native American population that doesn't hardly exist on this campus.
Next time, please feel free to paint and display a caricature of a Jew or an African-American ripping apart a Hawkeye or a Badger. I am sure they will come on by to help you celebrate.
Just make sure that when you paint the Jews, you get the size of their noses proportionate to their faces. That's super important. Don't blow it, fellas!
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I was driving down first street and spotted a black speck on the State Farm Center. Naturally I whipped out my 70-300mm zoom lens and took a look. It was a man climbing up to the top!
There you have it, folks. The Great Cover Up, the annual celebration of local bands performing as their favorite national acts, will be five days (!) long in 2015 — January 15th, 16th, 18th, 22nd, 23rd.
Check out the events that will be offered at this year's Disability Resource Expo, taking place Saturday, October 18 at the Fluid Events Center:
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There's a reason why this cost me and three guests $12.00 each. It's a steal, by comparison to the average sandwich. And so simple. Baguette, thinly sliced ham, and Kerrygold butter.
Available on every corner on every street in Paris, it's the perfect combination of salty, sweet, chewy, and crispy.
Good Lord, thank you for allowing me to be alive today.
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