Peeps—

      4:20. That is all.

—Anonymous

Posted at eleven o'clock in the morning on April 19th, 2014.  link   hide  
It's not even 4:20 pm yet, let alone 4:20 on 4/20
—but if you just can't wait, go ahead and roll one
Posted at a quarter past eleven in the morning on April 19th, 2014.  link  

Well—

      I'm no Puritan, but I tried the whole hookup thing and regretted it. I thought it would be liberating, and it was not. I enjoyed the experience in and of itself, but it somehow didn't feel right. Anyone else feel this way?

—Anonymous

Posted at two o'clock in the morning on April 18th, 2014.  link   hide  
Never hooked up before but I felt the same way about the Beer Mile
—Anonymous
Posted at a quarter past two in the morning on April 18th, 2014.  link  
What didn't feel right about it?

Perhaps it didn't feel liberating just because you expected it to be that way, and were underwhelmed. I've never experienced a feeling of liberation while hooking up. Happiness, awkwardness, fun, spontaneity, pleasure and sometimes even emotional connection? Sure. But not liberation. Then again I'm a guy, so perhaps there's less from which I can liberate myself by hooking up.

I guess the main question is, from what did you expect to liberate yourself? If you can't answer that, then that's probably why you didn't feel liberated. There's certainly a lot of feminist rhetoric claiming that hooking up is sexually liberating for women, I.e. a liberation from shame and inhibition. But perhaps you are already free in that sense.
—Anonymous
Posted at half past eleven in the morning on April 18th, 2014.  link  
I didn't feel right after hooking up here; I never have. Always thought that "next time it'll feel right", but it never did. No idea why I've only ever felt a sort of mild regret after each hookup, it could just be that it was with the wrong people and/or under the wrong circumstances for me. Whatever the case, you're not alone. If anyone tries to advise you on where to go from here, do yourself a favor and ignore them. Your body is your body, your feelings are your feelings.
—Anonymous
Posted at a quarter past twelve in the morning on April 19th, 2014.  link  

interested?—

      Anyone down for a guy on guy action tonight?

—Anonymous

Posted at twelve o'clock in the morning on April 19th, 2014.  link   hide  

Whitman Community—

      Soooo I heard that Sigs were jerking off all in the same room, is this legit?

—Wtf curious...

Posted at half past nine in the evening on April 18th, 2014.  link   hide  
I hope this is true. I would join.
—phi frater
Posted at a quarter to ten in the evening on April 18th, 2014.  link  
never heard of it.
—a sig
Posted at a quarter to eleven in the evening on April 18th, 2014.  link  

Seasoned Math peeps—

      Any insights for the Linear Algebra with Prof. Baylof?

Yay/Nay? With hesitation?

—Thanks!

Posted at a quarter past six in the evening on April 18th, 2014.  link   hide  
As long as you don't take it with guichard
—Anonymous
Posted at half past six in the evening on April 18th, 2014.  link  
^too true hahaha
—the struggle was real
Posted at a quarter to eight in the evening on April 18th, 2014.  link  

Whitman—

      "If there isn't a post about this on whitmanencounters, I'm gonna be pissed"

—KO

Posted at half past six in the evening on April 18th, 2014.  link   hide  
Your disposition implies that you are intoxicated! Have you considered seeking therapy?
— a concerned citizen
Posted at half past six in the evening on April 18th, 2014.  link  
Roundo two! FAIGHT!
—Anonymous
Posted at a quarter to seven in the evening on April 18th, 2014.  link  

Men who bone—

      Are you able to "blow the load" on most occasions? Or is this a less frequent occurrence?

—Curious

Posted at a quarter to nine in the evening on April 17th, 2014.  link   hide  
And by "blow the load", I mean "dishonorably discharge", or perhaps even "milk the monster" (or alternately, "paste baste").
—Curious
Posted at a quarter to eleven in the evening on April 17th, 2014.  link  
Cum. Say it: c-u-m.
—Anonymous
Posted at a quarter to eleven in the evening on April 17th, 2014.  link  
If you won't answer my question perhaps I will re-phrase it: men, do you "oil down the pipeline" or "liquidate the assets" when you, so to speak, "fuck".
—Curious
Posted at eleven o'clock in the evening on April 17th, 2014.  link  
You talk like this because you're afraid. Stop being afraid and you'll be happy.
—Anonymous
Posted at half past eleven in the evening on April 17th, 2014.  link  
i have never failed to cum.
—Anonymous
Posted at half past twelve in the morning on April 18th, 2014.  link  
I pride myself on always cumming right away every time. No wasteful beating around the bush, just get straight to the point. A good partner appreciates efficiency.
—speedy gonzales
Posted at a quarter past eight in the morning on April 18th, 2014.  link  
Agreed, the faster the guy comes, the better. As a girl, I love it when he comes right away.
—Anonymous
Posted at a quarter past nine in the morning on April 18th, 2014.  link  
I hope more guys will take seriously my question, for the nature of the question is very serious indeed.
DO YOU ALWAYS MELT THE WAX WHEN YOU BUMP UGLIES?
—Anonymous
Posted at a quarter to twelve in the evening on April 18th, 2014.  link  
My friend had trouble with this, but he smokes weed most days. If you're having trouble, my suggestion is to smoke less weed. It has been shown to lead to decreased sperm counts. You may also want to consider abstaining from porn.
—Anonymous
Posted at a quarter past twelve in the evening on April 18th, 2014.  link  
Guy here
—As a guy, I usually come, but not always. If I haven't had sex in at least 2 days, I always come. I used to watch porn and that would make it harder or impossible for me to come when I actually had sex. Because of that, I quit watching porn.
Posted at four o'clock in the afternoon on April 18th, 2014.  link  
On the porn thing. That's totally my case too. Porn was just desensitizing my mind.
—Anonymous
Posted at half past nine in the evening on April 18th, 2014.  link  

people—

      Was anyone else here baptized Catholic but raised atheist?

—curious

Posted at a quarter past ten in the morning on April 17th, 2014.  link   hide  
Raised somewhat without religion. I used to visit my grandparents who lived 30 minutes away before they passed. When I would visit them, they took me to their Episcopal church. I was baptized there at around 2 I believe. It doesn't mean much to me.
—Anonymous
Posted at a quarter to eleven in the morning on April 17th, 2014.  link  
I was baptized Catholic so my father could make his business partner my godfather. My extended family was outraged :) cause we are non-denominational.
—Anonymous
Posted at twelve o'clock in the evening on April 17th, 2014.  link  
I was raised Catholic and baptized atheist.
—J/k
Posted at half past one in the afternoon on April 17th, 2014.  link  
baptized catholic and raised atheist over here. half my fam is ultra conservative catholic the other half atheist as all hell.
—Anonymous
Posted at three o'clock in the afternoon on April 17th, 2014.  link  
I was born an atheist, I'll die an atheist and only the humanists will mourn me.
—Anonymous
Posted at three o'clock in the afternoon on April 17th, 2014.  link  
We're all born atheists :D
But yes, OP, I was baptized Catholic and my family stopped going to church when I was 13 due to sexist things that our priest said and we were fed up with the anti-gay, anti-abortion rhetoric. Most of my family are Irish Catholic Democrats, so the Democrat part won out, and then later, everyone in my immediate family just didn't buy the whole God thing anymore.
—CC
Posted at a quarter to seven in the evening on April 17th, 2014.  link  
"All born atheists"?

Friend, there are no atheists in lady-holes.
The problematic of God (and the corresponding birth of atheism) does not emerge until the vicious dualities of semantics occlude the immanence of Being. We then ask: from where does Being come? But Being comes not from anywhere; for it is anywhere that comes from Being.
Let us not reduce Beauty to mere mechanical debris in the cosmos of some imagined Big Man.
—Democrats suck, so do Republicans
Posted at eleven o'clock in the evening on April 17th, 2014.  link  
The duality of being exists in lady-holes.
—Anonymous
Posted at half past eleven in the evening on April 17th, 2014.  link  
^^The pretentiousness here never ceases to amaze me. Democrats don't generally think that gay people are bad, and they mostly don't think that abortion is bad. Regardless of whether or not other parts of the platform suck, as a liberal, I'd agree with those things. Babies have no reference points, so you might be able to call them atheists in jest. People here need to lighten up...
—Anonymous
Posted at half past one in the morning on April 18th, 2014.  link  
^^^ Holy shit, really making good use of that "unpretentious" Whitman stereotype, aren't we?
—Anonymous
Posted at a quarter past two in the morning on April 18th, 2014.  link  
The inner cities are the new sharecroppers, votes are the new cotton, and guilt-ridden rich bankers are the new plantation masters.
The Democratic Party has changed, but mostly in terms of rhetoric and symbolic flourishes.

I'll have those n*****s voting Democratic for the next 200 years." - Lyndon B. Johnson
—Anonymous
Posted at half past seven in the morning on April 18th, 2014.  link  
Democrats: Down with gay marriage? OK, how about polyandry and group marriages?
Your body, your choice? Fine with marijuana and abortions? Well how about heroine, partially hydrogenated oils, and selling organs for cash?

Democrats selectively endorse the principle of self-ownership when it aligns with their per-determined cultural values. Basic inalienable rights have been reduced to flimsy after-images in the service of lifestyle politics.
—Anonymous
Posted at a quarter to twelve in the evening on April 18th, 2014.  link  
^Newsflash: Just because someone votes or has voted for a certain political party doesn't mean that they agree with it 100%. The party platform may be like that, but I, for example, both vote Democrat and personally support legalization of all drugs, and group marriages, even though I wouldn't do either of those things myself. Individuals are not necessarily political party clones.
—Anonymous
Posted at half past three in the afternoon on April 18th, 2014.  link  
Bro, don't be crampin' my strawman...
—Author of two up
Posted at half past three in the afternoon on April 18th, 2014.  link  

People—

      http://www.policymic.com/articles/87719/princeton-concludes-what-kind-of-government-america-really-has-and-it-s-not-a-democracy

Princeton: "The US is now an oligarchy, not a democracy."

Conservative: "The US is a Constitutional Republic, NOT a democracy!!"

P: "The bottom line is that the US is now controlled by a small elite, not the general population or the majority."

C: "Constitutional REPUBLIC! USA! USA! USA!"

P: "The Republic is controlled by a small elite and—"

C: "CONSTITUTIONAL REPUBLIC. It's SUPPOSED to be that way. Open a BOOK, know your HISTORY!"

P: "The elite have tarnished the Constitution and are rapidly consolidating their power into a totalitarian system."

C: "USA, USA, US— wait, the CONSTITUTION? SOCIALISM!!!"

P: "If the people unite and form alliances and unions to deman—"

C: "UNIONS are SOCIALISM! We need to let our Constitution WORK and get these corrupt goons OUT."

P: "A united citizenry implementing reforms like proportional representation, public campaign financing and a fairness doctrin—"

C: "GOVERNMENT control is SOCIALISM! DEMOCRACY is MOB RULE! We're a CONSTITUTIONAL REPUBLIC, LIBTARD!!! USA, USA, USA!!!!!"

Oligarch (O.S.): God I love this country.

—:-)

Posted at a quarter past twelve in the evening on April 18th, 2014.  link   hide  
The question remains: if men are unable to rule themselves, then how possibly can they rule others?

Additionally: WHO watches the watchmen?
—Concerned
Posted at a quarter to two in the afternoon on April 18th, 2014.  link  
The solution is biveillance: surveillance of the people by the government and sousveillance of the government by the people. Secrecy and exploitation are the same thing; when eventually there is virtually no secrecy for anyone, there will be virtually no distinction between the people and the government.
—Anonymous
Posted at a quarter to two in the afternoon on April 18th, 2014.  link  
I want my Utopia, and I want it now.
—Anonymous
Posted at two o'clock in the afternoon on April 18th, 2014.  link  
Utopia isn't possible, but infinitely closer approximations are, each one more satisfying than the last. So, we can't have a society free of exploitation, but we can have one where exploitation is so slight that everyone is virtually happy all the time.
—Anonymous
Posted at a quarter to three in the afternoon on April 18th, 2014.  link  

Guys who are down for it,—

      I have seen some related messages around here, so why not!
If you would like to "be taken to the clouds" with a hot, fun and skilled blowjob, let me know.
I was curious before, and now that I know how to do things, I am down to let another guy enjoy what this guy has to offer; after all, a guy knows what another guy likes.

—Anonymous

Posted at a quarter to two in the afternoon on April 18th, 2014.  link   hide  
My email is linked to this post
—OP
Posted at a quarter to two in the afternoon on April 18th, 2014.  link  
My laughter is echoing in this post.
—Anonymous
Posted at a quarter to two in the afternoon on April 18th, 2014.  link  

Sometimes—

      I think I should have been a gay man and not a straight woman. I may look feminine, or at least not masculine, but I don't feel like a woman inside. I don't feel like any particular gender, but because I tend to get along better with men, I feel this way. It feels so problematic to think that, since gay men know prejudices that I will never experience, but sometimes I wish I was a man. I have no negative feelings about my biology and the unfortunate reality is that I will have better chances with men as a woman, but I can't help but look in the mirror sometimes and feel disconnected from my reflection.

—Female? Male? Other?

Posted at one o'clock in the afternoon on April 18th, 2014.  link   hide  

Campus—

      There goes ASWC.

—dissapointed

Posted at a quarter past seven in the evening on April 14th, 2014.  link   hide  
Racist.
—Anonymous
Posted at a quarter to nine in the evening on April 14th, 2014.  link  
*Monoethnicist.
—Anonymous
Posted at a quarter to nine in the evening on April 14th, 2014.  link  
so either nobody noticed that the vice president is hispanic or they did and they wish she wasnt?

the fuck yall.
—Anonymous
Posted at a quarter past nine in the evening on April 14th, 2014.  link  
speaking as someone who has never voted in any of the 4 years theyve been here, I can point out that ASWC has literally no effect on my day to day life here. The only thing that seems to impact me at all is the $325 they demand from me every damn year. Quite frankly it seems to me that they dont actually do anything important. Maybe they do, but i dont see it.
—estudent de escuela.
Posted at a quarter past nine in the evening on April 14th, 2014.  link  
I am disappointed because I believe that the incorrect candidate was elected for ASWC President, and also because I disagree with the VP's platform, and wish somebody else ran as well, just so it was a race, not a shoe-in. That doesn't make me racist anymore than me disagreeing with Obama's policy decisions does.
—OP
Posted at half past ten in the evening on April 14th, 2014.  link  
I was very disappointed when Jack dropped out of the race. He had good reasons and I respect his choice, but I think he'd be infinitely better than Sayda.
—Anonymous
Posted at a quarter past ten in the morning on April 15th, 2014.  link  
Hey all you haters,

Fuck you.

Why don't you stop complaining and get involved with ASWC? Why don't you try to run? Stop ranting and do something.
Kelly had some interesting things on her platform but one of them was to get ASWC to be less clique-y. She chose this over something more important to the student body. She lost my vote with that.
—Anonymous
Posted at a quarter to one in the afternoon on April 15th, 2014.  link  
ASWC is a puppet government that serves the interests of the college's shareholders. True change can only come about through a unified front serving the interests of the student class in coordination with a majority of students at all other schools across the nation and world.

...

...

Liberal arts students of the world, unite!
—:,-)
Posted at a quarter to one in the afternoon on April 15th, 2014.  link  
It's not about being a hater, it's about being concerned about the VP-elect's capacity to do her job. Different things.
—Anonymous
Posted at a quarter past three in the afternoon on April 15th, 2014.  link  
So glad I'm gone next year
—Anonymous
Posted at half past five in the evening on April 15th, 2014.  link  
Is there any way that we can find out the percentages that each candidate received? Including write-ins?
—COME ON ASWC
Posted at a quarter past eight in the evening on April 15th, 2014.  link  
For those of you who don't think ASWC influences your daily life, here's a list of some of the many things ASWC funds: WEB, KWCW, the Pio, Blue Moon, Quarterlife, Waiilatpu, around 60 clubs on campus, IHC Block Party, IHC events, and club sports.

You can find out write ins by looking at the full election results posted on the ASWC Office door (Reid 210).
—Anonymous
Posted at a quarter to ten in the evening on April 15th, 2014.  link  
So right... Doesn't influence me.
—Anonymous
Posted at a quarter to eleven in the evening on April 15th, 2014.  link  
Huh, I must have read the sheet on the Officer door wrong. I could swear it didn't answer that...
—Anonymous
Posted at half past eleven in the evening on April 15th, 2014.  link  
so they take my money and fund shit load of things that no one buys and have no impact on me whatsoever.
—Anonymous
Posted at half past eleven in the morning on April 16th, 2014.  link  
+1
—Anonymous
Posted at a quarter to twelve in the evening on April 16th, 2014.  link  
let me rephrase myself here (2 up),

Heres a list of things ASWC gov does:



Heres a list of things we as students do/fund:
WEB, KWCW, the Pio, Blue Moon, Quarterlife, Waiilatpu, around 60 clubs on campus, IHC Block Party, IHC events, club sports.

—Anonymous
Posted at half past one in the afternoon on April 16th, 2014.  link  
sorry, let me rephase again:

Heres a list of things ASWC gov does:

bitch about divestment.

Heres a list of things we as students do/fund:
WEB, KWCW, the Pio, Blue Moon, Quarterlife, Waiilatpu, around 60 clubs on campus, IHC Block Party, IHC events, club sports.
—Anonymous
Posted at half past one in the afternoon on April 16th, 2014.  link  
I like this ^^^^^
—Anonymous
Posted at half past eight in the evening on April 16th, 2014.  link  
So you're telling me ASWC is involved in WEB (shitty movies and average , KWCW (woohoo?), the Pio (do I need to explain myself more?), Blue Moon (lol), Quarterlife (oh yes), Waiilatpu (do they even know what a proper yearbook layout looks like? Or do they just use the pre-made layouts? Let alone, they probably use posed photos as opposed to candid), around 60 clubs on campus (I forgot about all of the cool clubs), IHC Block Party (my favorite party all year), IHC events (I love the tours), and club sports (woohoo!).
—#mDk
Posted at a quarter past twelve in the morning on April 18th, 2014.  link  
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=v0LcxXdO10U
—Anonymous
Posted at half past twelve in the morning on April 18th, 2014.  link  

Ladiezzz—

      Does your birth control affect your sex drive?

I've been having a really hard time being motivated to be intimate, and I suspect my birth control pill is to blame. It's negatively impacting my relationship, as my poor boyfriend thinks I'm just not that into him.

Has anyone had this problem? Has it been fixed? What methods worked/did not work?

—Thanks

Posted at half past one in the afternoon on April 15th, 2014.  link   hide  
The closest I've come to your situation happened when I was on Ortho-tricycline lo and I felt homocidal a lot of the time. Yaz was a lot better, but then it was killing people with blood clots, etc. If you're worried, I recommend a cervical barrier—essentially a female condom but you insert it completely, it blocks the cervix prohibiting the passage of sperm. If desired, a spermicide can be applied for insurance. The Planned Parenthood website has an excellent essay on them; there are some downsides (increased risk of Urinary Tract Infections (UTI), for example), but they're a non-hormone alternative to the IUD, which is uncomfortable as FUCK. Also, they last for up to two years. Don't know if this helped, but keep trying! There are methods that work for everyone.
Yay sex!
—Anonymous
Posted at a quarter to ten in the evening on April 15th, 2014.  link  
Uh, yes, duh. This is a really common side effect. I don't want to make you feel silly for not realizing this, but I'm disappointed that more people don't talk about it, and that it's not a commonly stated side effect. When I was looking at BC options it was almost never listed as a side-effect, yet it is SO common.

Anyway, some BC does it more than others, and everyone has a unique reaction to different pills. They come in an insane variety of different hormones (slightly different forms) and different levels. You really need to "shop around" and try different kinds until you find one that works for you. It can take a few months to adjust to a new pill, so it may take some time even just to try two or three kinds. But, worth it. And, all that being said - what tends to work for a lot of people is going on a pill that has lower estrogen and/or higher progestin.

Go to either the Whitman Health Center or Planned Parenthood, and tell them exactly what your problem is. Your sex drive is lower than it used to be, and that's problematic. Tell them you've heard that going on a lower-estrogen pill helps some people. They'll take it from there and find an appropriate pill for you.
—Anonymous
Posted at half past seven in the evening on April 17th, 2014.  link  
I like the idea of women having sex with men.
—Anonymous
Posted at eleven o'clock in the evening on April 17th, 2014.  link  

everyone who has taken an art class—

      what art classes do you recommend taking if you have absolutely no artistic ability but still want to get an A in an art class? Are classes based on the quality of your work and how it looks, or just how much effort you put in? Are there any professors/classes that are easier than others? I need to fill distribution...

—horrible artist, but need the A

Posted at a quarter to ten in the morning on April 16th, 2014.  link   hide  
Studio Art is definitely not an easy A here. It's going to be a shit-ton of work. I'd recommend Intro to Art History if you want an arts distribution class that's going to be less frustrating for you as a non-artist; I'm a decent artist and had a horribly difficult time with my studio art class.
—Anonymous
Posted at six o'clock in the evening on April 17th, 2014.  link  
Intro digital printing if it's offered is the easiest of A's. Ceramics wasn't too bad either.
—Anonymous
Posted at a quarter past six in the evening on April 17th, 2014.  link  
If you like to write you might consider taking Intro to Creative Writing! You will fill your distribution and improve your writing.
—Anonymous
Posted at a quarter past seven in the evening on April 17th, 2014.  link  

everyone—

      Has anyone had Casumbal-Salazar for a politics class? I was thinking about doing Race, gender, and body next semester.

—Anonymous

Posted at half past nine in the evening on April 16th, 2014.  link   hide  

Internship grant applicants—

      Aren't we supposed to hear back by today? Has anyone heard yet?

—Anonymous

Posted at half past one in the afternoon on April 16th, 2014.  link   hide  
They just sent out an email, they have read all the applications, and will tell us about funding by Friday they hope.
—Anonymous
Posted at three o'clock in the afternoon on April 16th, 2014.  link  

everyone—

      Has anyone taken art history with Reynolds? If so, how was it? I'm not sure if I should take it with him or wait until it's offered with Crockett because I've heard he's amazing. Thoughts?

—Anonymous

Posted at a quarter past nine in the morning on April 16th, 2014.  link   hide  
or has anyone taken it with Gulbransen?
—OP
Posted at a quarter past nine in the morning on April 16th, 2014.  link  
Both Crockett and Reynolds are amazing. You can't go wrong with either one.
—Art history major
Posted at half past ten in the morning on April 16th, 2014.  link  

Whitman—

      Fuck you all once again.

—A loving human

Posted at a quarter to nine in the evening on April 15th, 2014.  link   hide  
Details?
—Anonymous
Posted at a quarter to eleven in the evening on April 15th, 2014.  link  

Upperclassmen—

      I am considering doing 19 credits next semester, but 3 of them will be from an intro art class. Also, none of the classes would occur on Friday. What are your experiences with no class on Fridays or a four-day week? Did it work? Were you unmotivated throughout the weekend? Was it good to have an extra day to relax, or was it a homework day?

—Looking for advice not about sex

Posted at half past ten in the evening on April 14th, 2014.  link   hide  
Beware, intro to art classes are more work than you expect
—Art Major
Posted at a quarter to twelve in the evening on April 15th, 2014.  link  
I don't understand the question here. Why would you not want only a four day week if you can have it?
—Anonymous
Posted at half past three in the afternoon on April 15th, 2014.  link  
I mean, yeah, friday turns into homework day, but then you can relax thursday night. Nineteen credits is probs. ridiculous, though.
—Anonymous
Posted at half past nine in the evening on April 15th, 2014.  link  

Jini—

      I'm definitely crushing on you big time. I just want to be able to ask you out

—Your friend

Posted at a quarter to ten in the morning on April 11th, 2014.  link   hide  
Deets?
—Anonymous
Posted at a quarter past four in the afternoon on April 11th, 2014.  link  
I'm a sophomore male, in one of her classes and labs but has been a friend since freshman year.
—OP
Posted at half past two in the afternoon on April 12th, 2014.  link  
Ask her out!
—Anonymous
Posted at a quarter to six in the evening on April 12th, 2014.  link  
I don't think she's single.
—A friend
Posted at eight o'clock in the evening on April 13th, 2014.  link  
Uh oh, guy. You kinda sorta blew it. You gave too many deets. Now if you ask her out she might think "aw jeez is he the one who made that awkward post about me on encounters?" And that might be kind of a turn off? I don't know it's probably not a big deal and she probably wont see this anyway.

Lesson: NEVER GIVE THE DEETS.
—Anonymous
Posted at a quarter to ten in the morning on April 14th, 2014.  link  
The above two posts are completely immaterial. Ask her out anyway. You have no reason to doubt yourself.
—y'all are giving two many fucks about this
Posted at eleven o'clock in the morning on April 14th, 2014.  link  
*two too many fucks
—above
Posted at eleven o'clock in the morning on April 14th, 2014.  link  
What class?
—Anonymous
Posted at two o'clock in the afternoon on April 15th, 2014.  link  
Astro
—OP
Posted at two o'clock in the afternoon on April 15th, 2014.  link  
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