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"Customers won't know what hit them" says store owner Casey Harlow of her innovative Christmas display.
Dylan Chadowski would be "totally fine" with giving other group members full control of class project.
Lil Fickle Pickle's mixtape was dropped somewhere between New York and Hong Kong. It has yet to be recovered.
While America’s role in the worldwide refugee crisis continues to be an issue of contention among politicians, Canadian leaders acted swiftly Wednesday with the release of an official statement: “At this time we believe it is in Canada’s best interests to prevent asylum-seeking Americans from entering our country. It’s not personal, but it’s simply too hard to be sure American refugees wouldn’t endanger Canadian people.”
For three days in July, the jam band world converged in Chicago, Ill., chosen specifically because it was between the two coasts—where the majority of the Grateful Dead’s fan base resides. Now, after tapes of the performances have been circulating for months, the band is releasing Fare Thee Well (The Best Of), a two-disc set compiling the 16 best—or at least best flowing—performances from the three-night run.
Brandon Dunbar, an avid live action role player, recently committed a real-life murder and will face charges for his action.
Hipster artist Luke Johnson renounced the physical realm late Monday evening, resulting in a massive plummet in sales for the offbeat painter in large part due to his signature blank paintings.Johnson, a recluse, believed the physical realm was simply too clichéd for his artistic gift and shackled him to the limitations of the senses.
Now that November—also known as hemorrhoids awareness month—has begun, thousands of UW-Madison students took to the streets in protest of rigid policy stocking university buildings with one-ply toilet paper.While the university has attempted to sweep the issue under the rug, Badgers have refused to take no for an answer and the issue has begun to develop a national following.
Just as chameleons are able to blend in with their habitat to hide from predators, local man Jason Bower has developed the ability to be fully camouflaged in any environment.To achieve the elusiveness he covets, Bower dons a specially designed outfit with a distinct pattern that universally fits right in with any surrounding backdrop.
A glimpse of UW-Madison’s toilet paper atrocity. It is plentiful in supply, but low in number of plies.