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xkariinaa:

Yes, yes we do!!

I LOVE KANDI GIRLS!!

xkariinaa:

Yes, yes we do!!

I LOVE KANDI GIRLS!!

washed-away-dreamerx3:

I don’t care what anyone says but I’m addicted to raving. I’m addicted to all the good vibes, I’m addicted to not getting judged, I’m addicted to meeting amazing people, I’m addicted to getting lost in the music. People who don’t rave see weird beats, drugs and sex. It’s not that at all, it’s a…

krewellamusic:

here’s a cool video.

chartier:

Oh the contrary, this is precisely what Apple needed to do. The constant expectation that Apple for no good reason has to revolutionize the way we think about revolutionizing the fundamental way we consider the universe’s existence and produce a product every other month that bends the very fabric of reality is absolutely insane. No I’m serious, the people drinking this crap from the tech press need to seek professional help.

In October 2010, Steve Jobs very publicly slammed seven-inch tablets. Sadly, he died a year later. A year after that, Apple released the 7.8-inch iPad mini, which by all indications is now one of, if not the, best-selling iPad.

I miss Steve Jobs, but he was, after all, just one person and I really, really like the new Apple—a company now 72,000 strong and run by some of the best designers, thinkers, and executers this industry has ever seen. The iPad mini, and the vision and potential behind iOS 7, show that the company is moving on without forgetting where it came from. Apple isn’t hesitant, it’s re-focusing and building for the next decade. True to Apple’s soul, what’s next will get here when it’s good and ready.

chartier:

Oh the contrary, this is precisely what Apple needed to do. The constant expectation that Apple for no good reason has to revolutionize the way we think about revolutionizing the fundamental way we consider the universe’s existence and produce a product every other month that bends the very fabric of reality is absolutely insane. No I’m serious, the people drinking this crap from the tech press need to seek professional help.

In October 2010, Steve Jobs very publicly slammed seven-inch tablets. Sadly, he died a year later. A year after that, Apple released the 7.8-inch iPad mini, which by all indications is now one of, if not the, best-selling iPad.

I miss Steve Jobs, but he was, after all, just one person and I really, really like the new Apple—a company now 72,000 strong and run by some of the best designers, thinkers, and executers this industry has ever seen. The iPad mini, and the vision and potential behind iOS 7, show that the company is moving on without forgetting where it came from. Apple isn’t hesitant, it’s re-focusing and building for the next decade. True to Apple’s soul, what’s next will get here when it’s good and ready.

hipsterlibertarian:

Police claim he was “giving them dehumanizing stares,” and when he tried to walk away from the officers with clenched fists, they had no choice but to attack him.

The teenager, Tremaine McMillian, and his family contend he was simply walking and carrying his puppy.

Needless to say, Tremaine is black.