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kishyr
    Gonna see Mumford & Sons in Durbs with @Anusha_Govender next year! So excited! #weddingband
    kishyr
      Xcode has a nice way of checking if you really did want to allocate 3.2GB of memory. #InsaneMode http://bit.ly/1EW2Kk9
      kishyr
        Elton John is my favourite DJ on @Beats1. His Rocket Hour show is *awesome*
        kishyr
          Whoop! First time hitting all three. http://bit.ly/1Tf7BDw
          kishyr
            I just read my mentions with Storyline by @GetXpire. http://bit.ly/1ghC6wf
            kishyr
              This is such a beautiful song: Boys In the Street by Greg Holden on @AppleMusic. http://bit.ly/1Ua2WW3 http://bit.ly/1JyERFg
              kishyr
                I get 15% back in eBucks whenever I take an Uber? :-D this just made my day.
                kishyr
                  Stephen Colbert and Neil deGrasse Tyson talking Pluto are *hilarious* http://bit.ly/1Dos6X5
                  kishyr
                    My heart rate is 45 bpm. I thought you guys should know.
                    kishyr
                      The Pharmacy with Dr Dre on @Beats1 is insane. Just nailing every track.
                      kishyr
                        Ecstatic for the hosts. #CHI were an absolute joy to watch. Deserved winners of #CopaAmerica.
                        kishyr
                          Friday night, SAPS cops falsely accused my friends and I, tried to plant evidence, & assaulted one of us. Plate: BRM767B. How can I report?
                          kishyr
                            Tbh being able to dismiss all notifications in one go is about the best new feature of iOS 9.
                            kishyr
                              An entirely emoji-based programming language: 🍀. Love it! http://bit.ly/1Cs82CL
                              kishyr
                                That last lunch time talk was by the guy who declassified Pluto as a planet! #WWDC15
                                kishyr
                                  And aptly, the background music is Gustav Holst's The Planets.
                                  kishyr
                                    One of the reasons I love WWDC: the lunchtime sessions. Today's is "How to Discover a Planet: An Evolution of Search and Discovery"