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MIT Marks Start of the World Series

mit.jpg Renown for its pranks, hacks, the MIT community also puts on a great show of support for the Boston Red Sox — to wit this light display last night from the Green Building on Campus for the opening game of the World Series. The Red Sox went on to a record-breaking 13-1 win.

Tags: boston red sox, game, hacks, pranks, world series

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1 Comment

  1. Squonky
    October 30, 2007 17:49

    Sorry to be a bore, but there’s nothing in this article about poorly engineered products. Proper geeky engineers don’t even like sports!

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