word up people, how have u been? it feels like forever since i last interacted with you and am glad to check some of you out. thanks to all of you for the occassional drop-ins and the comments you leave..
meanwhile, am back to kibich and i swear i saw i and i rastafasta aka modo…oops sorry, did i just reveal where he does his sabatical puff..heeh sorre! its not cool to realise that am doing this post on the final day here. its been hectic and am still waiting for the mdosi to see the value of my never failing commitment and grease my palm with a few coins…
i have not had a chance to go out and sample ‘slum life’, actually i have been on my ass for the past 40 kedo 9 hours..(sniff, hope she puts this into consideration in her ‘generous giving’…) i was camping and as these photos depict, it wasn’t exactly a paradise. jana we slept kedo five grown men in a tiny tent and we had to wake each other up at midnight so we could turn over..men!
but leo, guys had gone for the infamous ‘sfs’ which in office lingo means something else. unofficially, in the ‘fore’ ,they call it ‘scouting for sex.yeah sfs…’
dont ask what boyfulani waz doing or if he was scouting too…ha ha c iz u all know am a good boy, amn’t i?
so kesho am back to the system…daro mbaya. i have like ten papers due on Tuesday and the ever goodboy in mean has failed to win me from throwing darts and burrying my head in reeeeealey warm bossoms to…. research books (dang!) n sites.
but not to worry. i work well with the lecturer well on my neck threatening to give me i fail
***thinking*** erm, i think i should take life a bit more seriuosly don’t you think?
now i saw that advert in Nation on Sato and i had a Deja Vu…i mean, i saw it coming when Nairobi Star hit the shelves. The reason Nairobi Satr sells is because of its short and precise storos unlike other dailies. it claims to put the kawa Nairobian into mind in that ‘they’ are busy, have no time for ‘hard and expounded news…and they want are juicy storos. this doesn’t exactly go down with Nation now that it prints the paper for the Kiss n Classic guys…i mean..can u see such an unexploited market being hogged down yet you have the resources?
welcome the Daily Metro!
Showbiz nini nini and all th@ shit u think will give that better-said than put-on-paper-rag aka Kiss-star, a run for their bucks.
so me i’ll just wait and see…
am also thinking of starting a mag that targets my local area zone that has been much of an ‘entry’ to reckon with, indepedent and all that makes it a stand alone developing town that requires its own coverage.
i have the skills in my head….i’ll tell you the rest laters…baadayez people.
with a new name, i have had enough of relaunching my blogs now. sorry if you cant read through the ‘internetese’ of my blog name…don’t worry, with time you’ll get the drift.
school is not that bad. am still your usual back bencher who sits sizing up the class beaus… chipping in during class discussions to throw in a controversial word view that turn heads (and win me a few fans hehe) skive classes when ‘necessary’…and heeyio, still boyfulani.
and before i write about anything. i feel left out in the (t)rain. ati you guyz have been meeting? yaani no one can invite me to those meet ups??????
ama no one want to see boy fulani?
AOB..Tanzanian crime buzztards!
…on the news, there is this issue of the Tanzanian ambush on kenyans trying to make an ‘honest living’ in that country. i really doubt the authenticity and claim that they are thugs…the 15 guys slain in one night, by the so-called Tanzanian crime buzztards, thats remarkable men!
on a good day, even Mungiki doesn’t go home with more thank ten heads my boy. Its a whole night hunting for our mboiz in mbluu to bring down the number. for chrissake, that’s a crowd, be it a nursery school group discussion! come to think of..in the tanzanian currency(which most likely would be the majority of the currency stuffed up in those banks) how much of it would it be really enough to feed those fifteen hungry kenyans?>read kikuyus…
personally, i read witch hunting, bitterness, jealousy and ill-motives…am definately not proud to be East African at this rate!
doesn’t matter who is in question…but Kenyans assertiveness in the business world is really envied. they are taking great risks thus are likely to succeed greatly..RIP..those Kenyans who lost their lives..u risked greatly but died miserably.