bikinipowerbottom:

suckonmynick:

whoevencarestbh:

The kardashians watching Beyoncé all salty cuz they have no talent.

Like why were they even there?

Their family is full of successful business women who are mothers, managers, television hosts, models, and video game producers. Just because they can’t sing or dance does not mean they don’t have talent.

bikinipowerbottom:

suckonmynick:

whoevencarestbh:

The kardashians watching Beyoncé all salty cuz they have no talent.

Like why were they even there?

Their family is full of successful business women who are mothers, managers, television hosts, models, and video game producers. Just because they can’t sing or dance does not mean they don’t have talent.

(Source: vma.mtv.com)

revolutionary-afrolatino:

Why Facebook is for ice buckets, Twitter is for Ferguson

Stories about Ferguson and/or Michael Brown published since Aug. 7 have generated fewer Facebook referrals on average (256) than stories about the Ice Bucket Challenge (2,106). Ice bucket stories also receive a greater number of Facebook interactions — likes, shares, comments — on average (796) than Ferguson stories (518).
You wouldn’t know that if you spent more time on Twitter over the same time period, however. There were more than 3.6 million Ferguson-related tweets sent between Aug. 9, the day Brown was killed, and Aug. 17, compared with 2.3 million ice bucket tweets, according to social media analytics firm Crimson Hexagon.

also read: What Happens to #Ferguson Affects Ferguson
and: How Facebook and Twitter Control What You See About Ferguson

revolutionary-afrolatino:

Why Facebook is for ice buckets, Twitter is for Ferguson

Stories about Ferguson and/or Michael Brown published since Aug. 7 have generated fewer Facebook referrals on average (256) than stories about the Ice Bucket Challenge (2,106). Ice bucket stories also receive a greater number of Facebook interactions — likes, shares, comments — on average (796) than Ferguson stories (518).

You wouldn’t know that if you spent more time on Twitter over the same time period, however. There were more than 3.6 million Ferguson-related tweets sent between Aug. 9, the day Brown was killed, and Aug. 17, compared with 2.3 million ice bucket tweets, according to social media analytics firm Crimson Hexagon.

also read: What Happens to #Ferguson Affects Ferguson

and: How Facebook and Twitter Control What You See About Ferguson

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christabellamotte:

remove toxic people from your life unapologetically and without explanation. free yourself. do it now. don’t worry about the consequences just do it. go.

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