So, here’s the deal, you’ve got some friends on Twitter and you want to have a get together, but there’s no good organized way to handle this fragile affair. However, don’t fret! TweetMeUp is there to help! I asked Albert, creator of TweetMeUp some questions. Here is the complete interview with Compl33t. (See what I did there?)
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While is everyone is mourning the death of DJ AM, the smug asshole Noel Gallagher quit the most arrogant band Oasis. When they graced our presence at Coke Zero Fest this year I was glad to at least see them once, but they unfortunately were way past their prime.
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My head hurts. Yes, yes it does. Look at the picture above! So mind bogglingly “urgh” inducing craziness. I love these things as my mind always try to wonder how these paradoxes work. Somehow, I want to find the start or the end, or I just want to keep going to see how far my brain power takes me.
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The other night after a celebratory afterparty with friends (whom some of them won a local serenade competition) me and a friend trapsied up Merriman Avenue; one of Stellenbosch’s main student arteries. At 3 0′clock in the morning we encountered this. (Oh, yeah I’m totally doing the “to be continued” vibe here).
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So the other day I was being all ‘vain’ and searched Twindie.net on Twitter. You know, just to see if there’s any chattage (yeah I just made that up!) going on about the site. I stumbled onto something strange.
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I don’t usually write about gigs, because I go to a lot of them, and that means writing too many blogs. Yes, I’m lazy that way.
After my review on Cutting Heads, I was rather amped to hear The Pretty Blue Guns live. They delivered and that’s why I’m writing this post.
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Thanks to Mashable’s timely news, the world can finally rest in peace. One of Twindie.net’s first posts was on Fred: the highly annoying dude that’s acting like a kid. He has been usurped by NigaHiga for the most Youtube subscribers.
Now if there are any Internet gods out there, they must try and uphold this justice. Fred, needs to get of “mah Interwebz”. Maybe I’m just jealous that one can get so many “fans” by just being annoying and childish. Yes, yes, yes I’m not the target market, but still, it baffles me.
I’d bet there will be a retaliation video from Fred, or many of his preteen snotty kids “fans” in the near future. Fred, I can only tell you this: If you’re into pedophilia, you’ve struck gold, but other than that, please bow out gracefully. kthxbai.
Looks strange doesn’t it? It’s probably some artifact from some sunken modern ship right? Am I totally misleading you now, but you want to be right? Anyhoo, enough with the arbitrary questions. This, mechanism picture is in fact an ancient Greek astrology thing-a-majig, but here’s the twist in the tale! It was made 150-100 BC!
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