I just watched The Wolf of Wall Street, and I have to say, it was a great movie. It truly captivated the story about the rise and fall of Jordan Belfort, the former stockbroker who was convicted of fraud crimes related to stock market manipulation and spent 22 months in federal prison.
This past week I discovered a new underground duo: Scott and Brendo. These guys most likely fall between the gray area of alternative music mixed with electronic, pop, and hip-hop genres; because their music combines acoustic and computer-generated beats along with varying vocal styles.
Lately, my kid brother has gotten me hooked on videos by Life According to Jimmy. I can relate to these kinds of Youtube videos because Jimmy Tatro implements so much college humor in addition to daily life occurrences that we can all understand and relate to. From awkward situations, to relationships, to satirizing the latest trends and things that annoy us involving the media and social interactions, Jimmy does it best. He has a very laid-back, comical, and humorous personality that always makes me laugh.
My cousin recently got rid of his Facebook because he prefers Twitter. I probably won’t do the same just because I enjoy Facebook for the pictures, and catching up with old friends that I am able to find and contact.
However, I probably won’t post as many pictures on the book anymore because it’s easier to text them to my twitter and them appear online without me having to download anything on my computer.
I believe Twitter is truly on the rise in the competitive social networking site race. With Twitter, one can communicate and connect with celebrities, friends, websites, sports, the news, and many more. It’s also a lot quicker than Facebook. The slim amount of characters one can post in a tweet forces those tweets to be compact and to the point.
Let me know what you think.
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Here’s a pretty classy and entertaining music video — at least for today’s society. What I really enjoy is how this rap duo, Chiddy Bang, creatively plays off of past generations and the music before our time. They cater toward modern audiences, even with throwback attire, outdated background choreography, and successfully pay tribute to Ray Charles in a celebratory manner.