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Shorting the party

Jim Delmonico
10/6/2011 01:01 PM EDT

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pyxu619   10/11/2011 11:43:55 PM
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i would assume they have their cellphone alarm set :P HAHA, but nice cover up story

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dnelson1d   10/7/2011 2:13:32 PM
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Nice, but how did you wake up for your final without a plugged in alarm clock? Wristwatch alarm?

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