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nowthisnews:

OFFICIAL FBI photos of the two suspects in the Boston Marathon bombing investigations. 

Please call 1-800-CALL-FBI or go to https://bostonmarathontips.fbi.gov if you have any information about them.

Nobody asked me……but, I think the “individual” is becoming extinct. Yes, we are a great country and we will always pull together as a nation…..but, when an individual, whether a casual friend, a coworker even a family member is having a personal meltdown, then most people don’t care. It could be that we are getting used to “liking”, “sharing”, “retweeting” & other media gimmicks to show support. With all the sarcasm, disrespect, egotism, and just plain meanness, we are all getting used to seeing, the individual person is getting left behind. If we can’t put it in a comment, we don’t want to deal with people. People aren’t communicating face-to-face or voice-to-voice anymore. We are social creatures and we are fake socializing! It wasn’t meant to be this way! Now, go tell your neighbor their yard looks nice and give them a smile, a handshake, a pat on the back or even a big kiss (if ya have that kind of neighbor!!). An encouraging word goes a long way!!!

photojojo:

Running out of space on your phone is the worst.

The iFlash Drive will save you! It’s a portable drive that you can transfer your photos onto in a jiff. 

Since one end plugs into your phone and the other plugs into a USB, you can transfer them straight onto your computer in one simple step. 

The iFlash Drive, a USB drive for your iPhone or iPad

ca-thar-si-s:

heyveronica:

Sometimes people are perfect.

:’)
This kind of stuff happens to me! 

I wish I knew what kind of bird that is #bird

This kind of stuff happens to me!

I wish I knew what kind of bird that is #bird

joshsternberg:

Perfect.

joshsternberg:

Perfect.

If I’m going to give my tit for tat, it better be an incredible tat.
brooklynmutt:

Thorbjørn Haagensen took this picture of the northern lights on April 3 from Hillesøy, close to Tromsø in northern Norway.
(via PhotoBlog)

brooklynmutt:

Thorbjørn Haagensen took this picture of the northern lights on April 3 from Hillesøy, close to Tromsø in northern Norway.

(via PhotoBlog)