My first suggestion is the best. Don't. Don't do it. Let that cadaver continue to rot in whatever sector, stratum or suburb of hell it was assigned to by our just God and do not resuscitate. It died. Let it stay dead. Do not give … Continue reading What we should do to revive UTL
IBS affects one in ten people globally, according to the statistics the doctors compiled, so nine of you are safe. I gat dis. It’s a condition where you go through periods when you have trouble digesting certain foods. Some of us get bloated and cannot … Continue reading The Weight Of The World On These Narrow Shoulders
First of all, let’s establish that I hate to make the statement that is about to spoil your clean computer screen. I am loathe to say this. But I will, because this is where life has brought me; I am a hopeless, useless, shameless cynic. … Continue reading We are losing a lot more than Murchison Falls
Youth unemployment is … wait. Don’t stop reading yet. I know that is a terrible way to begin a story, but stick with me, okay? I will make it worth your while. I will put in violence and romance and suspense. So, youth unemployment is … Continue reading Chandler and Frasier vs The Youth Crime Rate
The worst of us were not able to bring down the best of us. Cowardice did not quell courage. The serpents hissed from their gutters, "Shame! Shame! Be humiliated!" But she said I reject your shame. And by rising above this, instead of humiliation, I … Continue reading Still Standing
You know I was a writer ten years ago? I am not a young man. No need to kneel. But I am not exactly a writer today. I have deadlines that have caught up with me so I have no new post. Can I regale … Continue reading Throwback. Africa Day ten years ago
This blog post is ten years old. Africa Day long ago. Because I don’t have anything fresh this week, may I satisfy you with this?
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