Of Course, Kylie Jenner Bought Herself A $200,000 Land Rover For Her 19th Birthday

Kylie Jenner bought herself a $200,000 Land Rover for her birthday. Stunt on 'em, girl!

  • A photo posted by Kylie Jenner Snapchats (@kylizzlesnapchats) on Jul 31, 2016 at 3:56pm PDT
  • Of Course, Kylie Jenner Bought Herself A $200,000 Land Rover For Her 19th Birthday
  • A photo posted by King Kylie (@kyliejenner) on Jul 30, 2016 at 6:08pm PDT
  • LOS ANGELES, CA – NOVEMBER 22: Kendall Jenner and Kylie Jenner arrives at the 2015 American Music Awards at Microsoft Theater on November 22, 2015 in Los Angeles, California.
  • The Land Rover is just the latest addition to Jenner’s stable of luxury vehicles.

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@cambio: “Kylie Jenner bought herself a $200,000 Land Rover for her birthday. Stunt on ’em, girl!”


Sweet 19?


Of Course, Kylie Jenner Bought Herself A $200,000 Land Rover For Her 19th Birthday

‘Hactivists’ are trying to reboot democracy from the bottom up with interactive voting apps

  • It was the Argentine capital where the platform was first rolled out in 2012 alongside a political group, the Net Party, which is committed to policies voted for on the DemocracyOS app.
  • Although the Net Party didn’t win any seats in its first election in 2013, the app was trialled by the Argentine Congress where it had some remarkable successes. “
  • DemocracyOS isn’t the only platform that would-be reformers such as Pane can choose from.
  • Pane had been thinking about his own idea for a system of digital democracy for the past few years, since he first heard about DemocracyOS. He decided to contact Pia Mancini directly and she put him in touch with British model-turned-entrepreneur Lily Cole.
  • There’s no point in trying to reinvent the wheel,” he says, “when I can use DemocracyOS and champion this platform in the UK faster.

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@lechappeevolee: “Les hacktivistes rebattent les cartes de la dĂ©mocratie Le talk @santisiri #echappee16”


At the front of a packed auditorium, a young woman is speaking eloquent English in an Argentinian accent. She’s telling her audience about 19th-century politics and explaining how the phrase “no taxation without representation” came to be coined. She isn’t a university lecturer, and her subject isn’t history. Her name is Pia Mancini, a technology revolutionary who is demanding an end to democracy as we know it.


‘Hactivists’ are trying to reboot democracy from the bottom up with interactive voting apps