Funny. I’ve been looking for a adequate blogging app and lo and behold, the one I needed the most was the one offered by WordPress. Now if it only it had a OS X notification center widget and markdown support.
So it’s hardly a surprise that Kanye is mental, to the point where he’s got to take meds for it, but why is he singing about it on his album? This could be a cry for help.
– via www.byroncrawford.com
So is Kanye going full on Tiny Rick and we all just think he’s being edgy?
Kanye would later reference Ezrin bringing Macklemore’s name into the fold, “Bro you said Macklemore was more important musically than me… no offense to Macklemore, he’s a nice human being!. Bob please never speak in public again… you are everything that is wrong with the old guard ….”
– via www.missinfo.tv
Honestly of all of the recent Twitter rants by Kanye recently, I understand this one. It seems as though, and with warrant much of the time, people just have a go at Kanye simply because he’s constantly putting himself out there for ridicule or general derision. Tends to be funny at times, confusing most of the time and sometimes just plain ol’ bewildering. Whatever Kool-aid he’s been driknking as of late is clearly super potent. That being said, old white men definitely do not need to be involving themselves in the criticism of an artist and genre they have no stake in.
When Osama Bin Laden was killed back in 2011, a number of documents were taken from the compound in Pakistan where he was found.
Steven Spielberg directed the 2002 movie, and his company Amblin TV is behind the new TV series, set 10 years after the end of “pre-crime” in Washington D.C.
The British actor teamed up with Bentley on May 7 to break the British land speed record known as the “Flying Mile.” The record was last set by Sir Malcolm Campbell in 1927.
The life of a celebrity I guess. Random naked people in your bed/home.
Chris Brown came home Wednesday night to find a naked woman in his bed
Robinson Meyer writes in The Atlantic that first of all, police shouldn’t ask. “As a basic principle, we can’t tell you to stop recording,” says Delroy Burton, a 21-year veteran of DC’s police force. “If you’re standing across the street videotaping, and I’m in a public place, carrying out my public functions, [then] I’m subject to recording, and there’s nothing legally the police officer can do to stop you from recording.”
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