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January 24, 2013
thecathybrid:


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shortformblog:


Tumblr’s getting a dashboard redesign today, which will allow people to post straight from the dashboard rather than a separate interface. You know, like Twitter. ”Now you’re making posts the same way you’re reading them,” the company says. Thoughts?


Idiotic and ugly and unnecessary. this isn’t twitter


So missing e fix?


Ew. 
Why is it that they keep changing things that don’t need to be changed? Nothing’s broken here, why try to ‘fix’ it? 


……i doubt this is real….


The first stage of the Kübler-Ross model is denial. Also, this article links to TechCrunch, so it’s pretty real. This post is getting a lot of very disappointed reblogs by the way.
Anyone get this yet? What are your thoughts?

thecathybrid:

louismod:

artistic-renegade:

spacu:

shortformblog:

Tumblr’s getting a dashboard redesign today, which will allow people to post straight from the dashboard rather than a separate interface. You know, like Twitter. ”Now you’re making posts the same way you’re reading them,” the company says. Thoughts?

Idiotic and ugly and unnecessary. this isn’t twitter

So missing e fix?

Ew. 

Why is it that they keep changing things that don’t need to be changed? Nothing’s broken here, why try to ‘fix’ it? 

……i doubt this is real….

The first stage of the Kübler-Ross model is denial. Also, this article links to TechCrunch, so it’s pretty real. This post is getting a lot of very disappointed reblogs by the way.

Anyone get this yet? What are your thoughts?

16:27 // 1 year ago
May 9, 2011

We didn’t know! In the aftermath of Osama bin Laden’s killing in Pakistan last week, one pressing question has been this: how on earth could a U.S. ally (made so by the billions in aid America gives them each year) acting in competent good faith not have known that bin Laden was living less than a mile from a huge military academy? In a town swarming with retired military officials? Pakistan denies any knowledge or wrongdoing here, but that’s just it — this is a situation in which any admission of wrongdoing is so diplomatically catastrophic that no government would ever cop to it, regardless of how it would make them look. What do y’all think? source

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14:03 // 2 years ago
March 16, 2011

Accusations of a “blood money” payment over Raymond Davis release

Some new intrigue in the case of Raymond Davis: It’s being broadly reported in a number of news sources that Davis, the CIA operative who shot and killed two men in Pakistan, was essentially bailed out of the charges with U.S. cash. Sources claim that the U.S. government paid somewhere around $700,000 to the three families of the victims (the third casualty was a man who was run over by a responding emergency vehicle). This is in accordance with a provision of Islamic law known as “blood money,” in which charges are dropped for financial payouts to victim’s families. This is, obviously, a story that is generating a lot of ink and a lot of ire; the U.S. steadfastly denies any such payment was made, and has thanked the victim’s families. source

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15:54 // 3 years ago
February 28, 2011
All my people love me. They would die to protect me.
Muammar Gaddafi • Speaking to veteran journalist Christiane Amanpour, who sent this quote out on her Twitter account. Big credit to Amanpour, who’s previously obtained surprising access to Gaddafi, and has helped the international community to learn what the besieged in Libya already know so well — the man is insane. source (viafollow)
13:47 // 3 years ago
February 14, 2011
I have always made it so that every woman feels, how should I say, special.
Italian PM Silvio Berlusconi • Embattled by multiple charges of sex with underage prostitutes (the girls were of legal consenting age, but prostitutes must be over eighteen by Italian law), the leader defended his way with women, insisting he’s always treated them with respect and “the greatest attention,” which might somewhat be the problem. Berlusconi faces charges carrying a maximum sentence of fifteen years in prison.  source (viafollow)
13:38 // 3 years ago