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Spring Break

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Strider takes at look at the origin of Spring Break festivities. He also unveils the dark happenings behind the parties under the sun. for 10% off your first month! Sign up today at for $10 in free Bitcoin! Sources: ‘A Brief History of Spring Break’ by Lauren Bohn,,, ‘When Did People Start Going On Spring Break?’ by Gabrielle Moss, ‘ 2,000 Years of Partying: The Brief History and Economics of Spring Break’ by Derek Thompson See for privacy information.

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