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The Press Interviews 'The Dream'

On May 12, both The Dream and Nas, two hip-hop artists, performed at Stony Brook’s annual concert event, Brookfest. In front of a capacity crowd, both artists performed for about an hour. Despite the long wait for the closing acts, many left the concert pleased after both The Dream’s and Nas’ performance.
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Quite Possibly The Best Video Game Ever Made

Nothing beats the rush of skiing down a treacherous slope. The stiff, yet satisfying, wind that taste of victory – the trees providing precious oxygen and possible negative points – the dogs. Snowboarding is out this season because it’s time to SKIFREE
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How To Meet People at Rock Concerts

It was the first time in years that I took the LIRR by myself. I bought two tickets to see Ministry but couldn’t find anyone to go. I got off at Penn Station and took the S train and the 14th and the Union Square Line. Arriving at Union Square, I asked a group of three men for directions. I told them I’m on my way to Irving Plaza to see a show.
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Big Butt Brazilian Maids

When it comes to content, Big Butt Brazilian Maids is pretty straightforward. As the title suggests, you’ve got Brazilian maids with fat asses who jiggle their curvy goods and get nasty on camera and that’s pretty cool.
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I Love DPs

I Love DPs takes on the double penetration genre head on and offers over four hours of hardcore goodness! This two-disc set proves that compilation films can pack a lot of punch and unlike most comp movies, this particular one flaunts more perks than a flaw-riddled filler.
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It's Really Gold Metallic Alloy Man

Is it just me or did the summer season for movies come up way too fast? It is that time once again, boys and girls. Time to watch all that hard-earned money be splurged at the box office for an average ten dollars per movie ticket.
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Texas Hold'em For All You Yanks

There’s that saying, “Don’t Mess With Texas”. That’s true, considering the most famous Texans in American history are big-time risk takers, thrill seekers and gamblers. President Bush claims he is from Texas. Meanwhile our university president, Shirley Strum Kenny is a Texas native.