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Institute Wisdom Watch by The Tech editorial board

UA — Spring Weekend: Let them eat Cake! UA gets tastier for doing its job: throwing a giant party with giant appeal. That’s almost the equivalent of what a small and efficient government is supposed to do.

The Weather: “It was 30, it was 60, it was 90, then it was 12, on the last day there was thunder, there was lightning, and there was snow … together! … That’s fucked up. They don’t even write about that weather … in the Bible.” — Lewis Black

Bode Miller: America may never dominate the Winter Olympics, but at least we can act like Americans while trying.

Chancellor Clay: For saying MIT may have to do “odd and uncomfortable,” i.e. highly questionable, things about race.

Ringcomm: A classic, simple design, and very little complaint. But simple to the extreme — no symbol for lack of symbols.

Indian place in Lobdell: Have you tried the new Indian place? You should. Lobdell no longer “Lob-hell.”

Boston Police: Having solved all gun crimes in the city, the BPD are now shocked to discover that undergraduates get drunk.

MIT Theater Community: Props for putting together a large number of really good productions in the last few weeks — Urinetown (MTG), The Old Law (Dramashop), Vagina Monologues.

Goosebeary’s fire: Truly sad. We miss our General Gau’s Chicken.

Dunkin’ Donuts comes to Student Center: Freshmen 15 becomes Freshmen 25, and we love it.

Hacking Community: No good hacks, has literally fallen on its face.

A continued thumbs up for: Anna’s Taqueria, which we have on good opinion is better and cheaper than the burrito place at Arizona State.

And a continued thumbs down for: Saferide (“we’ll be there in five minutes”), MIT Cable (for not having anything) and La Verde’s (for charging too much for everything).