Poetic Licence: Hvae Cnoetnt, and be Ctonnet
(Get Yourself in Order to Have Content, and Be Content).
Donald Chalmers, 2003, and "a piper too".
Bcesuae I Tihnk
By Msylef or wtih Orehts,
Wtih my Hraet and Qsoiteun,
I konw I am Uqineluy Caeretd
And Btoh Mlae and Fmaele Iisnde.
Trehe are Mnay Lnaauges, Cruools, Ppoorrtonis and Pveerpstcies.
Olny smoe Nmubres can be Roetod Ecaxlty -
The rset of "Us" are
March 28, 2013
Ijaw National Congress (INC) Election of National Executives: The Dawn of a new era in Ijaw Nation.
We, Ijaw National Congress (INC) -Europe and North America Chapters, wish to use this medium to congratulate the newly elected National Executive Council of INC at the recent election which took place in Yenagoa, Bayelsa State on 16 March 2013.
As delegates and International Observers, we unanimously adjudge the election
I Watched the documentary below and it spurred me to look for and read the book itself. The book is by journalist John Howard Griffin who decided to changed his white skin color to black using medication that darkened his skin in other to experience life as an unemployed black man in the Deep South of the 1950s America.
Reading the book today, one can imagine what an impact this book made when it was published in that period fifty years ago. Griffins' audacious, vividly expressed eyewitness
Updated Dec 17, 2012 at 10:00 PM by valteena
I am really really loving Rio Ferdinand and his spiritedness lately. He is gradually transforming from an overpaid playboy footballer into a courageously principled individual with a high sense of worth and purpose who is not afraid to stand for and defend his principles even at great cost to himself personally.
Last week he refused to wear a campaign T-shirt in support of the "Kick it Our Racism Campaign" in the warm-up to Saturday's game against Stoke City as a gesture meant to
Suffering a catastrophic power failure overseas is almost novel. After such an occurrence a few weeks ago, I had written extensively on the responsibilities of privatized power companies. One that performed as expected and the other that went above and beyond the usual. The write-up was so long, dense, and even sizzling that I had to leave it on my personal blog to revisit as I choose because, all my frustrations at the Nigerian government were unleashed in it. I sometimes wish I can share but...