God’s away on business

Berkeley November 9, 2016 We’ve walled out what we ought’ve walled in Within the city of the defeated, the air tastes like acid rain Night unending is come again A man walks dazed down the avenue, speaking in a loop: “Simon says, eat five hundred bowls of oatmeal Simon says
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We are not OK

It wasn’t until the fourth time I asked someone “How are you doing?” on Thursday that I realized I already knew the answer. On a typical day, the answer is always the same. If life is at least passable, we say “I’m good.” If life has kicked us hard where
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Farewell to the 2016 Presidential Election

Today, we are gathered here in solemn remembrance of the 2016 Presidential Election. Although it lived a long and eventful life, dragging on for nearly two years, we will miss the constant media distractions, wild scandals, name-calling, bird encounters, Twitter wars and, most of all, the memes. These past couple
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Looking ahead: What will happen in 2020?

Golden Bears, it’s been a crazy ride. While crazy is an understatement when it comes to describing the utter madness that has engulfed our nation for the past year and a half, the 2016 election cycle has been anything but normal. We were handed crazy slates of candidates, we were
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What we learned from 2016 presidential election

This election season has been fraught with gaff after gaff and controversy after controversy on both sides of the isle. From sleepy Ben Carson insisting he stabbed “a close relative” to jaundiced Donald Trump assuring us that there’s “no problem” with his penis, the 2016 presidential election has been a wild,
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Election night drinking game

Today’s the day. Tonight’s the night. Everything you’ve been waiting for, working for and avoiding is all coming together on this fine day of November the 8th. We at the Clog have brought you drinking games before, but none like this.
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Your 2016 election playlist

To ease tensions before our next president is declared, sit back and plug into the Clog’s 2016 election playlist. Here, we’ve handpicked songs that summarize all the feels of this presidential election.
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How to throw election night parties

While we at the Clog are not usually proponents of exclusion, we recommend that you only invite friends who share the same political opinions as you to your election night party in order to keep the peace. If you want your party to be #lit, you should definitely have started planning well before this moment in time, in which you’re reading this.
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