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|Politics / Re: This Is How The Federal Government Can Stop Nnamdi Kanu Before It's Too Late by Agumbankembu: 1:24pm|
Nigeria is already 6ft down, ofcos there is no electricity inside grave, do you have any?
|Gaming / Re: Top Video Games With Great Storyline by Vasaratti16(m): 1:24pm|
Some of the greatest film Westerns deal with the death of the Old West, and Red dead Redemption strikes gold exploring that subject. Protagonist John Marston is a man out of time. He wants a steady home life, but is pushed back into the saddle by government agents who hold his outlaw past over his head. Marston has to hunt down his old posse of bandits, effectively killing off the last remnants of the era that defined him. And it’s not just Marston and his former friends that have trouble transitioning into the 20th century. Over and over John meets individuals coming to terms with the end of the West, whether happily or through gritted teeth. Marston himself wants to leave his past behind despite being so good with his revolver, which makes him easier to connect with than every previous Rockstar hero. The ultimate question is: will the world allow him the happy ending he deserves?
|Crime / Re: Man Kills Banker Over Dented Car by hisgrace090: 1:17pm|
People can demand for their right, but I don't think doing so in river state is wise.
Rip to the dead.
|Sports / Re: i don talk too much .. 1.2 odds and more .. for those that hate loosing come in. by chibboy: 1:16pm|
kk4kiss:WOW.. WHY DONT YOU OPEN A THREAD AND HELP OTHERS TO WIN LIKE YOU EVERYDAY..
|Politics / Re: Biafra Agitation Is A Face Saving Movement by joeyfire(m): 1:15pm|
Okay here is proof. Now prove yours or delete your NL account
"I was coming home from work, after 7 p.m. I ran into a group of OPC at Ebute Metta. They had clubs and machetes. They were in uniforms, white gowns with red cloth on their foreheads. They included men and women. They asked me which tribe I was from. I told them I am a child of God. They said: "he is not Yoruba, he must be Igbo." They said I should follow them. I said: "for what?"
I ran into a house for safety. The owner of the house told me what had happened. Earlier that day, some Igbo traders had fought area boys. The Igbos had refused to pay the area boys and a fight ensued. The Igbos defeated the area boys, who were Yoruba. The area boys went to invite the OPC. Therefore, if you don't speak Yoruba, you must be Igbo.
The owner of the house said I should stay there that night."
"The tenant, an Igbo trader called Ike who dealt in electronic goods in Alaba market, returned from work one day to find his landlord and a group of OPC members waiting for him. On instruction from the landlord who pointed him out to the OPC, the OPC members attacked him, accusing him of being a criminal. Despite his denials, they beat him into a coma, allegedly in the presence of the landlord who did not respond to his pleas for help, even when the OPC set him on fire; he later died from his injuries.
Some of the victim's neighbors, wanting to avenge Ike's death, set fire to the landlord's building. The market traders, the majority of whom are Igbo, also mobilized to protest the death of their colleague. According to one of the traders' representatives, when they went to complain to the Baale [local Yoruba leader], OPC members were assembled there and attacked them. Several traders were injured. The traders ran back to the market and tension escalated. The OPC members apparently sought reinforcements and within a short time had invaded parts of the market. They smashed many of the buses owned by the Igbos and barricaded the roads. The traders decided to fight back after they discovered the body of another Igbo man who had been macheted to death by the OPC at a nearby petrol station; he was apparently found dead, clutching a Bible. As the traders tried to defend themselves, and some of them took up arms, the OPC extended the attack to other Igbo residents in the area."
"Some local residents and traders believe that the incident between the landlord and the tenant was just the trigger for the expression of a deeper, underlying tension in the area, particularly feelings of jealousy between the local Yoruba community and the predominantly Igbo traders in Alaba. In addition, according to a local resident, the day before the tenant, Ike, was killed, the OPC had killed five other Igbo men. Apparently they too had been killed because they owed rent to their landlord, who had called the OPC in to deal with them. The man who related the incident to Human Rights Watch did not see them being killed, but saw the dead bodies of four of them, three in a compound and a fourth in the gutter; they had apparently died from gunshot wounds."
Too many horrible stories if you want to learn more about these atrocities carried out by your people follow this link https://www.hrw.org/report/2003/02/28/oodua-peoples-congress-opc/fighting-violence-violence
|Celebrities / Re: Davido Hangs Out With A Lady At A Wedding In Ghana (Photos, Video) by iamrealdeji(m): 1:05pm|
baby124:no mind that idiot called called NeuroBoss. he sleeps in beer parlour 24/7 and you expect him not to share beer parlour gist? Pacific koor Atlantic nii.
|Politics / Re: IPOB Begs Urhobos/Isokos To Observe May 30th Sit At Home Biafran Day by fratermathy(m): 12:57pm|
You are very wise! You've dissected the problem thoroughly!
Until the entire South and Middle Belt align interests, nothing will change in Nigeria! The more we keep antagonising ourselves, the better we place the Northern Oligarchy. And like you rightly said, Igbos are frustrated with this project and the fact they think others are not makes them even angrier.
The truth is that everyone is tired of Nigeria but no one apart from Igbos will near the word "Biafra" even with a 6 foot pole. Let's harmonise interests, swallow our prides and form a strong bloc against the North so that a better nation can be discussed or at worst, Nigeria would be disintegrated into various self sufficient parts.
|Crime / Man Kills Banker Over Dented Car by Icedprince1d(m): 12:54pm|
Pascal Chukwuemeka Nnorom, a staff of Union Bank of Nigeria, has been killed by one Joseph Udoh, Sun reports.
Pascal and his wife of 2 years, Priscilla, were on their way to attend the wedding ceremony of Pascal’s colleague in Elelewon area of Port Harcourt, Rivers State, on Saturday, May 13, 2017, when the incident occured.
Pascal’s journey to his untimely grave began when a Toyota Camry car, driven by one Joseph Udoh, from Anang in Akwa Ibom State, hit his Honda CRV SUV in Oil Mill area of the city, near the Eleme bridge.
The deceased, who hailed from Eziudo Mbaise, Imo State, was said to have alighted from his vehicle and walked over to meet the driver of the Camry. He placed his hand on the door of the Camry, when Udoh allegedly refused to alight from his own car for them to resolve the matter.
Rather, he quickly wound up the glass, trapping Pascal’s hand and then sped off. In a chat with Sun, grieving Priscilla said: “He dragged him several poles before he stopped.”
In the process of draging the victim, his body hit the hard pavement severally. His spinal cord and legs were broken and he became immediately unconscious and later died.
A mob prevent Udoh from escaping. They tortured him and were about to give him jungle justice before he was rescued by policemen. Priscilla described the husband as her best friend. “He was everything to me,” she added, sobbing profusely.
According to the widow, one of the most painful aspects of the death was that her marriage to Pascal was yet to produce a child before his death. “When the mob was beating Udoh, he told them he was ready to die, as far as he had done what he wanted to do,” Priscilla said.
It was gathered that soon after her husband was confirmed dead, Priscilla fainted and had to be revived. Meanwhile, she has appealed to the government and the security agencies to bring her husband’s killer to book. “I want justice,” she said, wailing.
|Politics / Re: Traumatized Nigerian Doctor Shares His Experience With A Ghost by Dumaknesset(m): 12:51pm|
Yoruba Christian! What is wrong with you guys, can't you just see things beyond ethnicity, a woman and a mother died. I see your post as justification for something you might not know his entirely your fault. Just cure yourself of ethnic and religious bigotry.
|Religion / Re: Soul-winning: A Mark Of Life by Mpanyi: 12:50pm|
Your assumption that you know Him and His real name is even worse.
|Politics / Between June 12 And May 30th by NuclearWinter: 12:49pm|
One man loses both his mandate and his life and he is not only celebrated by his people but a day of national remembrance is declared over the Yoruba SW WITH NO FEDERAL OPPOSITION.
Biafran day of declaration, which today has metamorphosed to a day of remembrance of 3 million dead civilians killed in a genocidal war is considered haram.
How hypocritical and foolish is the afonja?
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|Politics / Re: This Is How The Federal Government Can Stop Nnamdi Kanu Before It's Too Late by supereagle(m): 12:48pm|
Biafra is dead to rise no more. When an empire collapsed, it doesn't rise again. Study your history well.
|Politics / Re: IPOB Begs Urhobos/Isokos To Observe May 30th Sit At Home Biafran Day by pazienza(m): 12:48pm|
Restructuring , the type Ndiigbo clamour and that Ohanaeze tabled is not feasible in Nigeria presently or in the nearest future, understanding this is the beginning of clarity.
The Northern military junta through proliferation of states up North had made restructuring of Nigeria through democratic process impossible, as they would always use their superior numerical representation in the NASS to frustrate any such move.
The feasible route to restructuring of Nigeria is outright disintegration, with mutual consenting fragments coming together to negotiate terms and conditions for new political unions as equal partners under mutual agreement.
I am well aware of the phobia some groups have for Ndiigbo and Biafra in the SS, and thats exactly why I think including them in the Biafra agenda, like Ipob is doing is not pragmatic but is rather injurious to the Biafran agitation.
|Politics / Re: Young Man Shot Dead By Suspected Cultists In Bayelsa As Family Mourns. Photos by informant001: 12:36pm|
see more >>> http://www.nationalhelm.net/2017/05/young-man-shot-dead-by-suspected.html
|Celebrities / Re: Pretty Lady Missing For Nine Days After Attending Party At Lagos Island by BOOKERPAGE(m): 12:35pm|
such a pity.... a lesson for others...
|Politics / Young Man Shot Dead By Suspected Cultists In Bayelsa As Family Mourns. Photos by informant001: 12:35pm|
It's a sad moment for the family and friends of Jackson Olali, who was shot dead in Yenagoa, Bayelsa. According to reports, Jackson Olali while heading home from a birthday party held at a popular hotel along Tombia Road, Yenagoa Local Government Area, Bayelsa State, was attacked by gunmen, suspected to be members of a notorious cult group in the state, and shot in the head.
The victim was said to be a peace loving man and a graduate of Imo state university IMSU, who had graduated about ten (10) years ago.
His family members have taken to their Facebook pages to mourn the young man. May his soul rest in peace.
|Celebrities / Re: Davido Hangs Out With A Lady At A Wedding In Ghana (Photos, Video) by baby124: 12:27pm|
NeuroBoss:Lmao. A dead bank used to bankroll a now late government official. Like we don't know 1+1 equal 2. How many Nigerians have real wealth? What a joker. Make we de watch na as e dey go. You think everyone is as young as you? Pacific bank ko, islander bank ni. Buhahahaha. Leave your nonsense for the Nigerian populace. No body knew Davido's father in 1991. Even my father was richer. Nonsense
|Religion / Re: 22 Things Christ Followers Should Quit by uvalued(m): 12:26pm|
quit defaming speaking in tongues and miracles that it ended with d last apostles.
quit beleiving that you cannot raise the dead
quit praying to God about your mountain but tell your mountain about God and command it to be a plain
|Religion / Re: Repent Today! The Kingdom Of God Is At Hand! by lereinter(m): 12:26pm|
sorry pls what of other bible version can someone read it
|Crime / Re: Premature Baby Dumped At Akanu Ibiam Federal Polytechnic Unwana Female Hostel by justhenry(m): 12:25pm|
SAME HAPPENED JUST THIS MORNING...
Early today Sunday morning, we woke up to the sight of a dead 3-day old baby at Amakohia market which is close to Alvan Ikoku Federal College of Education owerri. The baby was already dead probably killed by the devilish mother and then dumped inside the sewer. Oh God, i cant even eat again!
|Pets / Re: See Nigerians Reaction To Photos Of A Lady Killing A Goat by 14teenK(m): 12:02pm|
Let her keep posing with dead goat
|Romance / Re: Stop Insulting Unilag Ladies by OkoNDOoBo: 12:00pm|
Constance20:this veteran runs girl re u not ashamed look at how guys re kicking you here n there like dead rat.
instead of you thinking how to sustain your olosho business by reaching out to prospective customers you re here defending ur colleagues like u re the spokesperson of runs girls association .
if u re done with arguments how much is your goods I want to buy
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|Romance / Re: What Is The Most Embarrassing Thing That Your Parents Have Caught You Doing? by kokoA(m): 12:00pm|
Back then in my year two in the University, I stayed back in school for our 200level SWEP programme while my gf who was in Remedial then went home for holidays. MTN extra cool was the coolest ish then so we normally spoke like all through the night. One night, we got so Hot while talking that we began having phone intimacy, I was saying very nasty things from my end while she was seriously moaning, after a while the line went dead, I called back but it kept ringing and no answer, I had to self-service off the bloody thing an went to bed. The next day, some few minutes pass 7am my phone rang, it was my gf, I picked it The first thing I heard was "you demon!" in a very harsh tone.. The voice continued " I rebuke you! Your plans will fail! Blah.. blah.. . My daughter that has not yet entered school fully, you want to spoil her for me. God will punish you! You will not graduate from that school... blah blah blah". Smh.
|Foreign Affairs / Ex UK Muslim Police Chief Extremists To Be Locked Up In Internment Camps by cristianisraeli: 11:55am|
7/7 Met police chief calls for extremists to be locked up in INTERNMENT camps as he says MI5 and police cannot keep track of 3,000 terror suspects
The controversial call came from Tarique Ghaffur, a Muslim former police chief
He warns there are too many extremists in UK for police, MI5 officers to monitor
Mr Ghaffur proposes special centres be set up to detain up to 3,000 extremists
He was Assistant Commissioner at Scotland Yard when 7/7 bombings took place
Thousands of radical extremists must be locked up in new internment camps to protect Britain from the unprecedented terror threat it faces, a Muslim former police chief declares today.
Writing exclusively for The Mail on Sunday, Tarique Ghaffur warns there are too many extremists on the streets for police and MI5 officers to monitor.
Mr Ghaffur, an Assistant Commissioner at Scotland Yard when the 7/7 bombings took place, proposes that special centres be set up to detain as many as 3,000 extremists, where they can be kept from launching attacks.
They would also be made to go through a de-radicalisation programme.
He admits that the internment of IRA members in Northern Ireland during the 1970s led to a violent backlash and hunger strikes.
But Mr Ghaffur believes the idea would work for extremists if the camps were approved by imams, whom he believes should also issue a 'fatwa' condemning atrocities such as the suicide bombing in Manchester that left 22 dead.
He says: 'Let us have a proper national debate about this, and not be afraid to speak openly for fear of offending any communities, or for the sake of political correctness.'
Internment was introduced in Northern Ireland in 1971 in an attempt to quell the rising violence, and over four years almost 2,000 alleged paramilitaries were held without trial in makeshift camps.
But it led to an upsurge in bloodshed as well as political protests, and was later abandoned.
However, Mr Ghaffur, once Britain's most senior Asian officer, says that it is needed now to deal with the growing number of dangerous extremists in the country, more than 400 of whom have fought for Islamic State in Syria and Iraq.
Yesterday it emerged that MI5 has identified 23,000 jihadis in the UK in recent years, of whom 3,000 are still considered a threat.
He writes: 'We face an unprecedented terrorist threat – about 3,000 extremists are subjects of interest to MI5 and police, and about 500 plots are being monitored. The numbers are way too many for the security services and police to monitor.'
Mr Ghaffur says that the solution is to set up special centres where the 3,000 or so extremists can be detained.
'These would be community-based centres where the extremists would be risk-assessed. Then the extremists would be made to go through a deradicalisation programme, using the expertise of imams, charity workers and counter- terrorism officers.'
Mr Ghaffur adds: 'These centres would have oversight from vetted Muslim and other community leaders, who would ensure they stayed within the law.'
Internment for jihadis was also proposed last week by Colonel Richard Kemp, the former British Army commander in Afghanistan. However, former Scotland Yard Commissioner Lord Blair said it would be 'counter-productive' as it would anger the Muslim community, whose co-operation is needed to root out terrorists.
Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-4548870/Ex-Met-chief-calls-internment-camps-3-000-extremists.html#ixzz4iMzG0z3L
Mr Ghaffur (pictured) believes the idea would work for extremists if the camps were approved by imams, whom he believes should also issue a 'fatwa' condemning atrocities
Yesterday it emerged that MI5 has identified 23,000 jihadis in the UK in recent years, of whom 3,000 are still considered a threat (file photo of the Maze Prison in Northern Ireland, built on the site of the Long Kesh internment camp)
|Romance / Re: Ladies Alone Should Answer This As Honest As Possible.."what Type Do You Like?" by thesuave10(m): 11:50am|
WTF? so you borrowed an account to say all these. Well you and others should learn to take things lightly. Y'all act like nairaland is the only life you live. Take a chill pill Kimbra. It ain't serious like that
|Sports / Re: i don talk too much .. 1.2 odds and more .. for those that hate loosing come in. by chibboy: 11:49am|
kk4kiss:thank you for your support.. we appreciate your concern.. God bless you
|Romance / Re: Ladies Alone Should Answer This As Honest As Possible.."what Type Do You Like?" by DaveHert(m): 11:38am|
thesuave10:My account is on ban. Had to borrow this one 'cause this your comment got my attention.
I never said I don't talk about dicks. I said "sex" isn't a subject you just appear on someone's whatsapp as a stranger and you want to discourse. Most guys don't know when they're crossing the limits, and I can't be caught dead discussing that if you're not my bf. Perhaps, only when you seek for my opinion about your relationship.
Secondly, the way you just twisted what I said is bad, you seem to have an ulterior motive here. So please next time. Learn how to speak what I said from what you assumed I said.
|Nairaland / General / Things U Didnt Know About The Roman Gladiators by alexanderkings(m): 11:38am|
Beloved by the masses and sometimes scorned by the elites, Roman gladiators were the working class heroes of antiquity. For more than 650 years, people flocked to arenas across the empire to watch these armed and highly trained warriors engage in a blood-soaked spectacle equal parts sport, theater and cold-blooded murder. Get the facts on the enigmatic men-at-arms behind Ancient Rome’s most notorious form of entertainment. 1 They weren’t always slaves. Not all gladiators were brought to the arena in chains. While most early combatants were conquered peoples and slaves who had committed crimes, grave inscriptions show that by the 1st century A.D. the demographics had started to change. Lured by the thrill of battle and the roar of the crowds, scores of free men began voluntarily signing contracts with gladiator schools in the hope of winning glory and prize money. These freelance warriors were often desperate men or ex-soldiers skilled in fighting, but some were upper-class patricians, knights and even senators eager to demonstrate their warrior pedigree. 2 Gladiatorial bouts were originally part of funeral ceremonies. Many ancient chroniclers described the Roman games as an import from the Etruscans, but most historians now argue that gladiator fights got their start as a blood rite staged at the funerals of wealthy nobles. When distinguished aristocrats died, their families would hold graveside bouts between slaves or condemned prisoners as a kind of macabre eulogy for the virtues the person had demonstrated in life. According to the Roman writers Tertullian and Festus, since the Romans believed that human blood helped purify the deceased person’s soul, these contests may have also acted as a crude substitute for human sacrifice. The funeral games later increased in scope during the reign of Julius Caesar, who staged bouts between hundreds of gladiators in honor of his deceased father and daughter. The spectacles proved hugely popular, and by the end of the 1st century B.C., government officials began hosting state-funded games as a way of currying favor with the masses. 3 They didn’t always fight to the death. Hollywood movies and television shows often depict gladiatorial bouts as a bloody free-for-all, but most fights operated under fairly strict rules and regulations. Contests were typically single combat between two men of similar size and experience. Referees oversaw the action, and probably stopped the fight as soon as one of the participants was seriously wounded. A match could even end in a stalemate if the crowd became bored by a long and drawn out battle, and in rare cases, both warriors were allowed to leave the arena with honor if they had put on an exciting show for the crowd. Since gladiators were expensive to house, feed and train, their promoters were loath to see them needlessly killed. Trainers may have taught their fighters to wound, not kill, and the combatants may have taken it upon themselves to avoid seriously hurting their brothers-in-arms. Nevertheless, the life of a gladiator was usually brutal and short. Most only lived to their mid-20s, and historians have estimated that somewhere between one in five or one in 10 bouts left one of its participants dead. 4 The famous “thumbs down” gesture probably didn’t mean death. If a gladiator was seriously wounded or threw down his weapon in defeat, his fate was left in the hands of the spectators. In contests held at the Colosseum, the emperor had the final say in whether the felled warrior lived or died, but rulers and fight organizers often let the people make the decision. Paintings and films often show the throngs giving a “thumbs down” gesture when they wanted a disgraced gladiator to be finished off, but this may not be accurate. Some historians think the sign for death may have actually been the thumbs up, while a closed fist with two fingers extended, a thumbs down, or even a waved handkerchief might have signaled mercy. Whatever gesture was used, it was typically accompanied by ear-piercing cries of either “let him go!” or “slay him!” If the crowd willed it, the victorious gladiator would deliver a grisly coup de grace by stabbing his opponent between the shoulder blades or through the neck and into the heart. 5 They were organized into different classes and types. By the time the Colosseum opened in 80 A.D., gladiator games had evolved from freewheeling battles to the death into a well-organized blood sport. Fighters were placed in classes based on their record, skill level and experience, and most specialized in a particular fighting style and set of weaponry. Most popular were the “thraeces” and “murmillones,” who fought with sword and shield, but there were also the “equites,” who entered the arena on horseback; the “essedarii,” who battled from chariots; and the “dimachaerus,” who may have wielded two swords at once. Of all the popular gladiator types, perhaps the most unusual was the “retiarius,” who was armed with only a net and a trident. These warriors tried to ensnare their opponents with their net before moving in for the kill, but if they failed, they were left almost entirely defenseless. 6 They only rarely fought against animals. The Colosseum and other Roman arenas are often associated with gruesome animal hunts, but it was uncommon for the gladiators to be involved. Tangling with wild beasts was reserved for the “venatores” and “bestiarii,” special classes of warrior who squared off against everything from deer and ostriches to lions, crocodiles, bears and even elephants. Animal hunts were typically the opening event at the games, and it wasn’t unusual for scores of unfortunate creatures to be slaughtered in a single exhibition. Nine thousand animals were slain during a 100- day ceremony to mark the opening of the Colosseum, and another 11,000 were later killed as part of a 123-day festival held by the Emperor Trajan in the 2nd century A.D. While most animals were merely slaughtered for sport, others were trained to do tricks or even pitted against one another in fights. Wild animals also served as a popular form of execution. Convicted criminals and Christians were often thrown to ravenous dogs, lions and bears as part of the day’s entertainment. 7 Women also fought as gladiators. Female slaves were regularly condemned to the arena alongside their male counterparts, but a few citizens took up the sword of the own free will. Historians are not sure when women first suited up to fight as gladiators, but by the 1st century A.D. they had become a common fixture at the games. These lady warriors may not have been taken seriously in the patriarchal Roman culture—the Emperor Domitian enjoyed pitting women against dwarves—but a few appear to have proven themselves in single combat. A marble relief dating to around the 2nd century A.D. depicts a bout between two women dubbed “Amazon” and “Achillia,” whom the inscription says fought to an honorable draw. Women also joined in the animal hunts, but their stint in the arena may have come to an end around 200 A.D., when the Emperor Septimius Severus banned their participation in the games. 8 Some gladiators organized themselves into trade unions. Though they were regularly forced to come to blows in life-or-death combat, gladiators viewed themselves as a kind of brotherhood, and some even organized into unions, or “collegia,” with their own elected leaders and protector deities. When a warrior fell in battle, these groups would ensure that their comrade received a proper funeral and grave inscription honoring his achievements in the arena. If the deceased had a wife and children, they would also see that the family received monetary compensation for their loss. 9 Several Roman emperors participated in staged gladiatorial bouts. Hosting gladiator games was an easy way for Roman emperors to win the love of the people, but a few took it a step further and actually participated in combat. Several rulers performed in the arena including Caligula, Titus and Hadrian—though most likely under highly controlled conditions or with dull blades. A deadeye with a spear, the deranged Emperor Commodus often tried to wow the crowds by killing bears and panthers from the safety of a raised platform. He also competed in a few gladiator fights, though usually against inexperienced fighters or even terrified and poorly armed members of the audience. When he inevitably won the contests, Commodus made sure to reward himself with the massive sum of one million Roman sesterces. 10 Gladiators often became celebrities and sex symbols. Though often dismissed as uncivilized brutes by Roman historians, the gladiators won massive fame among the lower classes. Their portraits graced the walls of many public places; children played with gladiator action figures made of clay; and the most successful fighters even endorsed products just like the top athletes of today. They were also renowned for their ability to make Roman women swoon. Graffiti from Pompeii describes one fighter who “catches the girls at night in his net” and another who is “the delight of all the girls.” Many women wore hairpins and other jewelry dipped in gladiator blood, and some even mixed gladiator sweat—then considered an aphrodisiac—into facial creams and other cosmetics.
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|Sports / Re: i don talk too much .. 1.2 odds and more .. for those that hate loosing come in. by kk4kiss(m): 11:29am|
My hrt bleeds wen I see people begging for just 1.2 odds game , chai ! Too bad over my dead body wil I beg for 1.2 where is my senses? Add two sure game together and u will even get 2odds. Not trying to pull anybody down but just want my people to be independent and creative. Here is what my game look like ..
|Religion / Re: How Could Paul CURSE YAHSHUA- And No Christian NOTICED? by oluwasheun94(m): 11:29am|
oaroloye:you are sick. i mean very sick.
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There are only two functional network providers in Nigeria - MTN and Airtel.
The rest are trash!
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