Remember the world as it is right now before you knew about RastaCam. Remember what your life was like before your knew there was an app that could turn all your pictures into something resembling a souvenir from Bonnaroo. It's a ridiculous idea, right? Why would anybody want to make their photo a Rastagram? These are questions we need to consider now because it's possible everything will be different. [iTunes]
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