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A Different Classics Meme

Meant to mention this one last week … University of Nebraska-Lincoln Classics prof Thomas Winters has entered the realm of memedom with his skateboarding talents … here’s a recent report from the Daily Nebraskan: Tom Winter has kept his head right where it belongs, despite newfound Internet glory: in the clouds. While a photo of [...]
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