I am interested to see the the google platform is way above the apple and how that will change when more people have access to apple products (referencing how Verizon got access to the Iphone, who else will pick it up?)
These are the cities we know we’re going to this fall… Brooklyn, New Haven, Ithaca, Rochester, Cleveland, Detroit, Indianapolis, Louisville, Chicago, St. Louis, Kansas CIty, Nashville, Asheville, Richmond, Philadelphia, Boston, somewhere in Colorado, Salt Lake City, Seattle, Portland, San Francisco, Los Angeles, Anaheim, some places in Florida, some places in Texas Washington DC, Atlanta and more.
I finally unfollowed someone that I have followed for years, and for some reason felt obligated to follow. (I have no idea why I felt that way.) Today I decided that life is too short to hate-follow someone.
One of my Facebook friends posted that his father passed away two hours ago. But then 15 minutes ago he posts that his father is still holding on and responding to voices. What happened in the last two hours?
“I think that if life separates us, and we end up in totally different places, I’ll always remember when our paths aligned for this period of time; and I’ll be thankful for that, and hope that wherever you are, you’ll be thankful for that too.”—Wong Fu, Strangers Again
Remember back during PaleyFest when Dan Harmon teased aCommunity episode made up almost entirely of flashbacks, some from episodes we had never before seen? We bet you thought he was being glib or making a joke, right? Well, we sure did. But we were wrong. Tonight’s “Paradigms of Human Memory” episode shows off never before seen footage, such as an off-campus outing to a ghost town as well as footage from the week the study group had to fill in for the glee club and of course introduces us to our new favorite game: Which of these lines are Donald Glover adlibs? And it all starts with some naked Chang (Ken Jeong)!
The song's so catchy, most people probably don't listen to the lyrics.
But they should, because it's not just about...
the pleasures of conformity and the importance of trends.
It's also a personal statement about the band itself.