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of what a dance by a chubby korean baby!

What a dance by a chubby Korean baby!

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of singaporean photographer aram pan visited north korea

When a man from Singapore had his wish to visit North Korea granted, he braced himself for the scenes of ‘barren lands’ and ‘really, really sad people’ that he had seen via a BBC Panorama documentary. But what he found blew his mind – for all the right reasons. Inside the communist enclave in 2013, photographer Aram Pan witnessed bustling markets, men and women enjoying themselves at a Western looking water park and miles and miles of crops ready for harvest, shattering all of his illusions about what a holiday to North Korea would entail.

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of this striking ios 8 concept reinvents the homescreen

Before iOS 7, the weather icon on the iPhone’s home screen always read 73 degrees and sunny, and none of the app icons sprung to life at all. Not much changed with the redesigned iOS 7, with the exception of an animated clock icon, but designer Jay Machalani has created a concept that overhauls this static experience and transforms the app icons that fill the iPhone’s home screen.

Machalani’s vision for fixing Windows 8 turned out to be remarkably similar to what Microsoft eventually said it would do to the Start Menu, and it even earned him a visit to the company’s headquarters in Redmond, Seattle. Now the 20-year-old self-taught user-experience designer has turned his sights to Apple’s iOS mobile operating system, and he has big ideas.

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of apple’s wwdc banners show ios 8, next os x are coming

Apple’s 25th annual developers conference (Worldwide Developers Conference) kicks off next week, and as usual, the company’s spent the past week putting up large, colorful banners all over the Moscone West building in San Francisco. That includes large Apple logos to the two sides of the three story building, as well as product banners on the inside of the building. One of those is a banner with a large 8 on it, the first indication of iOS 8, which is expected at the show.

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of scout willis walks topless through nyc to protest instagram nudity policy

Scout Willis is taking a stand without a shirt. The 22-year-old daughter of Demi Moore and Bruce Willis strolled around Manhattan topless to protest Instagram’s nudity policy. The younger Willis tweeted photos of herself in a floral skirt, brown shoes and nothing else walking the streets of Manhattan.

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of baby swing

Ten month old Rasmus Futtrup takes a customized Helmet Front Mount out for an afternoon swing session.

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of roy chuang and eighteen chefs

His mom even came in the picture and claimed and justified his actions saying what he did was right and reasonable which truly makes me wonder how his mom raised him. They (his mother, the girlfriend and him) continue trying to justify their actions saying that the restaurant deserve this kind of behavior as they had bad service and horrible food quality. However, they don’t realize that netizens are furious by his complete lack of empathy and compassion for other people. Please do take note this happened at 18 chefs, the restaurant that was build to help ex convicts have a second chance in life and not some high class cafe or restaurant. To find out on of the conversation, please take a look at Melissa’s (Melissa Wix) Facebook.


he poured eighteen chefs food on the table

The 18chefs issue made me wonder…

I’m so fuming mad when i saw this.

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of bus stop vandalised in singapore

A bus stop panel outside the Old Hill Street Police Station building has been defaced by a vandal who is disgruntled with the Central Provident Fund (CPF). The vandal wrote these words: ”We support CPF Blogger. Return our CPF Money”.

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Who is the “CPF Blogger” the vandal was referring to?

It could be blogger Roy Ngerng. Ngerng, 33, defamed Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong in an article, alleging that the Central Provident Fund (CPF) savings were misappropriated by the government. Ngerng had since apologised to PM Lee unreservedly.

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of street fighter assassin’s fist full episodes

Street Fighter: Assassin’s Fist is a live-action web series, TV series and feature film in the martial arts film genre developed by director, fight choreographer, writer, actor and martial artist Joey Ansah; actor, writer and martial artist Christian Howard and Academy Award-nominated film producer, Jacqueline Quella. Based on the popular video game series by Capcom, Street Fighter, the story focuses on Ryu and Ken as they uncover the past of their master, Gouken, and learn the secrets of their dark art, Ansatsuken. The web series format was released on Machinima’s YouTube channel on May 23, 2014.

Street Fighter: Assassin’s Fist

[GVGT] Street Fighter Assassin’s Fist web movie out liao!!!

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of hishammuddin now says military told to keep an eye on mh370

The saga of the missing Malaysia Airlines flight MH370 took a new turn yesterday following latest revelations that the Malaysian military had been told to keep an eye on the plane but had allowed it to disappear off their radar after considering it as non-hostile.

The new revelation was made by acting Transport Minister Datuk Seri Hishammuddin Hussein during an interview with the Australian Broadcasting Corp’s Four Corners programme.

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