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Kd Smart Chair Offers Free Wheelchairs To Kayne West Fans - Yaho

Video evidence of the incident of Kanye singling out a wheelchair bound fan circulating online shows him performing his hit song "Good Life" and then suddenly stopping the music and insisting that the concert audience stand up. Kanye insisted that he wouldn't continue until every fan in the arena was on their feet. Refusing to perform and not realizing that a couple of attendees were unable to stand due to their disabilities, the ashamed fans original site were also checked by the security guards to inspect the situation, but even then, Kanye seemed reluctant to accept that the pair had a legitimate reason for not standing. "On behalf of our company, I would like to offer two free resource wheelchairs to Kanye visit homepage West concert goers for their inconvenience," says Vice President of KD Smart Chair Roland Reznik. "After watching the video, Kanye probably could not tell they were in wheelchairs and disabled from the stage and once he did realize he continued the show. Our chair weighs only 50 pounds, folds in seconds and is 21 inches off the ground." KD Smart Chair would like to offer complimentary wheelchairs to the fans that were singled out at the Kanye West concert in Sydney Australia for their troubles and inconveniences. <br>Source:

Friday, 5-Sep-2014 04:02 Email | Share | | Bookmark
5 Kanye West Quotes From Made In America About Love, Hate And Ki

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See also: Kanye West Fears Paparazzi Drones Might 'Electrocute' His Daughter Midway through "Runaway," an autotuned Kanye gave a rousing 5-minute speech that touched many subjects: what he perceived as hateful criticism from media, the vision he has kim kardashian s of everyone loving each other, as well as his visit website public relationship with wife Kim Kardashian. Kanye also dropped some memorable lines between songs that spanned his entire collection of six studio albums, ranging from 2004's College Dropout to last year's Yeezus, as festival creator and curator Jay Z watched from his perch at the Washington Monument near the stage. Here are five Kanye quotes from Saturday that are worth repeating: 1. [read] On his marriage to Kim Kardashian "For me to be in a very publicized interracial relationship is not a joke," he said. "It's something that should be treated with respect because we're all in this together." Kayne West and Kim Kardashian walk with their daughter, North, on Nov. 22, New York City. Image: James Devaney/WireImage 2. On his relationship with the media "I've got love for everybody in the media and all the tabloids I know everybody is doing their job," he assured the audience. <br>Source:

Thursday, 4-Sep-2014 17:02 Email | Share | | Bookmark
Kanye West Called Jay Pharaoh After Vma Joke, But What Did He Sa

 I called Jay Pharaoh right after the MTV awards, Ye told the crowd, disapproving of the Saturday Night Live comedians impersonation of him at the August 24 award show. Pharaoh told jokes about Wests wedding to Kim Kardashian, their Bound 2 video and their daughter North West. Yeezy says that he isnt a joke and shouldnt be spoofed, especially by a black comedian. Im not making it a black or white thing right now, but Im telling you if you see a black guy anywhere he had to work 12 times as hard, excuse me, he continued. So we aint gonna have no black comedians going up on stage spoofing the people thats working hard to open doors, not only for black people, but any creatives. Yeezy wasnt all talk, there was music too. Actually it was the [link] music that dominated Yes 90-minute set. He started with Black Skinhead, launched into the I Dont Like remix and did classics like Jesus Walks, All Falls Down and Good Life. West brought his usual passion, focus and attention to detail. <br>Source:

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Angelina Jolie And Brad Pitt: Why Marry Now? (opinion) -

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Smith," the homepage movie that sparked their romance. At the very least, the many, many reports on their marriage will surely mention these projects, as -- oh, look -- I've just gone and done. View my Flipboard Magazine. Brad and Angelina's decision to marry after a decade and six children seems like an incredibly informed one that reflects recent research from the National Marriage Project, which finds couples who make intentional decisions regarding "major relationship transitions," rather than just letting things happen because it's the next logical step, are more likely to have successful marriages. And indeed, their union is representative of the rising rates of cohabitation before marriage, which gives people more time to make sure theirs is a good choice. So maybe that's it. Maybe these two waited so long precisely because they don't take marriage (his second, her third) lightly. <br>Source:

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What Makes A Movie Quote So Quotable? -

Repeat a line from popular comedies such as "Airplane!" or "Monty Python and the Holy Grail," and you can immediately establish bonds with similarly minded individuals. This summer Marvel fans have been fond of repeating, "I am Groot." The kim kardashian calendar late Harold Ramis was a champ at composing such wisecracks, anti-establishment jokes that have been repeated by generations of viewers . During the Oscars, kim kardashian fat Pepsi even promoted its "mini can" with a commercial that featured only well-known movie quotations. Why that strategy? "We want to take this to an emotional place," Seth Kaufman, PepsiCo's VP-marketing for colas, told Advertising Age . Shapiro makes a distinction between popular quotations and catchphrases. The latter is more of a trademark, he says -- Bugs Bunny's "What's up, doc?", for example -- and incessantly repeated. They're often even said in the voice of the performer. It's hard to say "Make my day" without evoking Clint Eastwood's clenched-jaw delivery. <br>Source:

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