gotta try this.

gotta try this.

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5983 miles apart
i’m from Singapore
she’s from Sweden

It started with a comment on a picture of mine on Facebook.we added each other on every single social/chat sites.we talk alomost every single night trying to get to know each other closer/better.after a few months we confess to each other about our feelings and get together from then.
kissing through the camera,”hugging” the lappy as if we were hugging,pinky promises,showing off everything we bougth/got on that day is like our daily routine.
there’s some friends of us who doesn’t support having this relationship,saying shit and all that,well that doesn’t discourage us,we’ve talk about it and stay strong and always thnk positive that we can make it and show them they’re wrong toward our relationship.to see her cry whenever she got problem i try my very best to listen and wishing she was just infront of me so i could wipe her tears off and hug her. 
the fisrt letter to her was with a friendship wristband,and then some gift for christmas/birthday..
i sent her a promise ring too which i could put it on her finger.
and i recieved some goods which is artistic and a plush with autographed by bmth*how awesome*
it gets so intense when we could not meet almost a year plus.we had ups and down but we manage to overcome every single problems we had.while the time passes by we learned to overcome the distance between us,the temptation of hugging and kissing,the trust we have for each other,to be patient at all times,all this things makes us stronger and looking forward 
for the first meet up.
to be honest her existance really do help me change my life from a kid with not future to a better grown up,mature thinking man.i do appreaciate and treasure all her times spending on her lappy to talk to me.

This is the video that we took on our first meet up,and yeah.it’s been the greatest expirience ever in my whole entire life.the feeling when i saw her walk out the gate cant be explained.i cried through my heart with joy/happiness.the feeling i got on that point of time will always be remembered.

Camera:Canon EOS 600D
Video took by:Us,Her parents
Song:Now Now Every Children - giants (acoustic)
Programme Used:Adobe Photoshop CS5/Premiere Pro CS4/After Effect CS4

When Tommy Jordan came across a bad-mouthing Facebook post written by his 15-year-old daughter, he chose not to ground her or cut off her Facebook access. And a simple comment on her wall just wouldn’t do. He decided, quickly and effectively, to pump her laptop full of bullets.

All of this, sure enough, was filmed by Jordan himself and uploaded to YouTube. The video is a whopping eight minutes long, with more than seven minutes of exposition before the bullets start flying. But that hasn’t deterred nearly 19 million views (and counting) of the video of Jordan giving his daughter Hannah a verbal lashing – and then taking out the remainder of his anger on the laptop.

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This dramatic situation started when Jordan discovered a Facebook post from Hannah, complaining about her daily life at home. The note, which Jordan read and analyzed in his sit-down chat with the camera, takes issue with the slew of chores she’s forced to do each day. “To my parents: I’m not your damn slave,” the note begins. The teenage angst bleeds from the note, as Hannah proposes that her parents pay her for the chores that she does. This point, in particular, sets off Jordan, an IT worker from Albemarle, N.C., who proceeds to delineate how entitled Hannah sounds in the note. But that wasn’t the only punishment he planned for his daughter’s supposedly “hard” life.

“That right there is your laptop,” he explains, filming the newly-upgraded computer perched vulnerably in the grass. “This right here is my .45.” A quick cock of the gun, and Hannah’s laptop takes a shot through the screen. In the next 30 seconds, he proceeds to empty his gun, and the bullets shatter the computer’s plastic shell.

Naturally, the video has inspired an onslaught of commentary, from shocked teens distraught that a father could do such a thing, to praise from other parents equally annoyed at their children’s complaints. But Jordan has affirmed on Facebook that it’s outside observers that are the most outraged – enough to inspired Child Protective Services to show up at his home. “My wife is OK with it. My daughter is OK with it. My Mother is OK with it. I’m OK with it. We’re the only ones that matter,” he posted.

Though what rings truest is the idea that nothing is private online. Perhaps Hannah will ponder that as she faces an untold amount of time cut off from the Internet.

this actually how my sister feels about me and my macbook, when really none of my post has nothing to do about family - it’s just me and my thoughts and they all seem to think i’m helping the rebels to rule over the world =_=

Black and white
he got that right.

Black and white

he got that right.

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saying to buy a mac because your anti-virus expired is like saying you’re out of condoms so you’re going to go fuck dudes

saying to buy a mac because your anti-virus expired is like saying you’re out of condoms so you’re going to go fuck dudes

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ok i just made a small research and it seems it’s about SOPA Blackout - i’m not exactly sure what it is but everyone else that i know doesn’t have this shit on their screen :/ why me ?
what’s going on exactly, is this a virus ?
can someone explain to me?

ok i just made a small research and it seems it’s about SOPA Blackout - i’m not exactly sure what it is but everyone else that i know doesn’t have this shit on their screen :/ why me ?

what’s going on exactly, is this a virus ?

can someone explain to me?

mmm metallica aye, Annie…

mmm metallica aye, Annie…

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If anybody can find Carlene Burkhead facebook account…

… you’re a genius. tell her she’s my spirit animal. thanx

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