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This blog is a record of my journey around the sun. This is a place I will post my many ideas and things I find of interest.

  1. Mother Afreeka Chapter 7

    The Taxi Fragmentation


    Jackbob - The driver

    Alot of people have all sort of complaints about taxi drivers, but that is because they do not fully understand the nature of the his job. Taxi drivers work for commision, the more trips he does the more he
    makes, but even on a good day, the pay is still peanuts. His taxi like 80% of all taxis have no seat belts.

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  2. Mother Afreeka Chapter 6

    Children of Mother Afreeka

    In this thesis I will argue, that Zim will never return, to its former 80's glory in a 1000 years, and I say that with smith irony, and a hope that I might be wrong.

    With the dollarisation of the ecomony, hope streched over Zim peoples faces, like a balacluver, on a bank robber, going for an easy heist. After a year and a half, of the dead presidents, and our continued climb up the inflation ladder, despair returns to our homes. The ...
  3. And the whole World with You

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  5. Did you Know?

    You can't drive a car while focusing on the review mirror. You cant heal the present by blaming the past.
  6. Mother Afreeka Chapter 5

    Letter from a Future Dinosaur!
    John Douglas

    John pondered slowly and deeply the theory that states mankind began life in Africa. White, black, Chinese and the many other, numerous forms and shapes the human beings adopted, all began here on the God some what forsaken mother continent. In the distance he could hear the thunderous roar of the lions, approaching ever closure, while beating muffled drum, echoing the pace of his weak by passed heart. Its too late to run now. ...
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