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Now and Then Thursdays: Stalking at Penn


For my “Now and Then Thursdays” series, I wanted to share one of my most favorite films I created back in 1996 about an obsessed woman who stops at nothing to find her man. Her man happens to be first plus otc cialis price malaysia thesis japan travel go jawaharlal nehru essay in english cialis expiration dates how to write a proper research paper science project proposal writing newspaper reports ks2 https://sigma-instruments.com/buy-viagra-in-delhi-1032/ https://www.rmhc-reno.org/project/essay-questions-on-civil-war/25/ cheap content ghostwriters site for school enter go to site acheter viagra generic go follow link source link essay newspaper reading sound design dissertation ideas go site doxycycline and tick bite cialis or viagra can money buy happiness free essay how to write a response essay to a reading clomid and iui success rates bull on viagra how to cite an essay inside a book apa free essays on why history is important https://thembl.org/masters/bachelor-thesis-knowledge-management/60/ acheter du viagra en pharmacie a paris 3 piece swiss style resume set Waldo from the popular children’s book series and finding him on Penn’s campus may be a little tricker than she hoped.

Starring Eric Stone (C’99) as Waldo and Lily Hanna (C’96) as the obsessed chick

Parts of this video were taken during the 1996 Hey Day and Penn Relays. It’s interesting to note that the same fun and craziness existed back in 1996 as the fun and craziness you’ll see in the videos from Hey Day 2007 as well as the 2005 Penn Relays.

Check out my past “Now and Then Thursday” posts

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