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  • looking the other way because next week I will be a year older and I still act like a child 😆🤣🥴
  • looking the other way because next week I will be a year older and I still act like a child 😆🤣🥴
  • 1,411 36 12 hours ago
  • .watch the story unfold, otw 📝
  • .watch the story unfold, otw 📝
  • 1,984 58 11 hours ago
  • Flexin' on them haters 💯🔥
  • Flexin' on them haters 💯🔥
  • 1,675 27 10 hours ago
  • Boop 👆
📷: @teckel_youp
🐶: Dachshund
#boopmynose
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  • Boop 👆
    📷: @teckel_youp
    🐶: Dachshund
    #boopmynose

    New merch is available at noseboops.com! (link in bio)
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Latest Instagram Posts

  • 12 years ago today me and my brother @kiddgauss decided we wanted to break into the rap game. Today we put together a small trailer of a bigger project that we are currently working on. What was once Desi Desciples is now @banglanta . #TheLegacy album will drop in early February 2020 with a mini documentary. For all the people that’s been supporting us since 2007, we want to say thank you y’all got nothing but love from us, to all the new people who are just discovering us, just wait on it, browse through our soundcloud catalogue and hear where the sound comes from. #legacy #happy12 #banglanta #atlanta #slumgod #desi #bengali #gwinnett #brownexcellence
  • 12 years ago today me and my brother @kiddgauss decided we wanted to break into the rap game. Today we put together a small trailer of a bigger project that we are currently working on. What was once Desi Desciples is now @banglanta . #TheLegacy album will drop in early February 2020 with a mini documentary. For all the people that’s been supporting us since 2007, we want to say thank you y’all got nothing but love from us, to all the new people who are just discovering us, just wait on it, browse through our soundcloud catalogue and hear where the sound comes from. #legacy #happy12 #banglanta #atlanta #slumgod #desi #bengali #gwinnett #brownexcellence
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  • I've always fought harder, loved more and always been My Own shoulder whether relationship or friendship...I Don't even know any diff or what it feels like..i guess they didn't kno how
but they shoulda learned how... I don't know any1 that's a Me to Me....#atlanta
  • I've always fought harder, loved more and always been My Own shoulder whether relationship or friendship...I Don't even know any diff or what it feels like..i guess they didn't kno how
    but they shoulda learned how... I don't know any1 that's a Me to Me.... #atlanta
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  • Dead 💀 tired walking. Suitcase 🧳 is huffing haha 😂. Great airport, courteous people, variety of food in the lounge, none my type 😅. But I’m happy to visit. Next flight #Atlanta. Allah Kareem!
  • Dead 💀 tired walking. Suitcase 🧳 is huffing haha 😂. Great airport, courteous people, variety of food in the lounge, none my type 😅. But I’m happy to visit. Next flight #Atlanta . Allah Kareem!
  • 3 0 21 minutes ago
  • 50 cent party the chinese paid troll 
The 50 Cent Party, or 50 Cent Army (Chinese: 五毛党), is the colloquial term for Internet commentators (Chinese: 网络评论员) which are hired by Chinese authorities in an attempt to manipulate public opinion to the benefit of the Chinese Communist Party. It was created during the early phases of the Internet's rollout to the wider public in China. The name derives from the allegation that commentators are said to be paid fifty cents (in Renminbi) for every post, though some speculate that they are probably not paid anything for the posts, instead being required to do so as a part of their official Party duties. They create favourable comments or articles on popular Chinese social media networks that are intended to derail discussions that are unhelpful to the Communist Party and that promote narratives that serve the government's interests, together with disparaging comments and misinformation about political opponents and critics of the Chinese government, both domestic and abroad. It is also used as a derogatory term against people with perceived pro-CPC or Chinese nationalist views

A 2016 Harvard University paper found that in contrast to common assumptions, the 50 Cent Army consists mostly of paid bureaucrats who respond to government directives in times of crisis and flood Chinese social media with pro-government comments. They also rarely engage in direct arguments, and around 80% of the analysed posts involve pro-China cheerleading with inspirational slogans, and 13% involve general praise and suggestions on governmental policies.

Research indicated a "massive secretive operation" to fill China's Internet with propaganda has resulted in some 488 million posts carried out by fake social media accounts, representing about 0.6% of the 80 billion posts generated on Chinese social media. 
The best example of 50 cent army in instagram are @sino.sphere and @simon_fung_.irl 
#roman #romanhistory #yerevan #armenia #history #greek #empire #tokyo #japan #vietnam #hanoi #culture #civillization #nigeria #lagos #yoruba #atlanta #hongkongprotest
  • 50 cent party the chinese paid troll
    The 50 Cent Party, or 50 Cent Army (Chinese: 五毛党), is the colloquial term for Internet commentators (Chinese: 网络评论员) which are hired by Chinese authorities in an attempt to manipulate public opinion to the benefit of the Chinese Communist Party. It was created during the early phases of the Internet's rollout to the wider public in China. The name derives from the allegation that commentators are said to be paid fifty cents (in Renminbi) for every post, though some speculate that they are probably not paid anything for the posts, instead being required to do so as a part of their official Party duties. They create favourable comments or articles on popular Chinese social media networks that are intended to derail discussions that are unhelpful to the Communist Party and that promote narratives that serve the government's interests, together with disparaging comments and misinformation about political opponents and critics of the Chinese government, both domestic and abroad. It is also used as a derogatory term against people with perceived pro-CPC or Chinese nationalist views

    A 2016 Harvard University paper found that in contrast to common assumptions, the 50 Cent Army consists mostly of paid bureaucrats who respond to government directives in times of crisis and flood Chinese social media with pro-government comments. They also rarely engage in direct arguments, and around 80% of the analysed posts involve pro-China cheerleading with inspirational slogans, and 13% involve general praise and suggestions on governmental policies.

    Research indicated a "massive secretive operation" to fill China's Internet with propaganda has resulted in some 488 million posts carried out by fake social media accounts, representing about 0.6% of the 80 billion posts generated on Chinese social media.
    The best example of 50 cent army in instagram are @sino.sphere and @simon_fung_.irl
    #roman #romanhistory #yerevan #armenia #history #greek #empire #tokyo #japan #vietnam #hanoi #culture #civillization #nigeria #lagos #yoruba #atlanta #hongkongprotest
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