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|Career / IP Technology Transfer / Technology Commercialization Professionals by Wallie(m): 9:25pm On Dec 06|
I’m starting this thread to see how we can kick-start the process of large scale technology transfer to Nigeria either through joint venture or licensing. Does such a profession exist in Nigeria?
Technology transfer is the process of transferring skills – such as knowledge, technologies and methods of manufacturing – from universities, governments, businesses to other businesses. The goal is to make the technology available to businesses that can put the technology into new products, processes, applications, materials or services.
For local manufacturing capability to develop, technology needs to be transferred from those that own it to local companies willing to make use of it for a fee.
The type of technology transferred falls under intellectual property (IP) - an intangible asset. Intellectual property comes in four generally accepted forms: (i) patents, (ii) trademarks, (iii) copyrights, and (iv) trade secrets and know-how.
Nigeria will be going through a rapid development phase and technology transfer needs to occur for businesses and entrepreneurs to take full advantage of the development. For example,
1. There’s an article recently about Nissan coming to Nigeria to assemble cars. This is a prime opportunity for technology transfer if there are local companies in place that can take advantage of it and in the process, make millions of dollars.
2. Opportunity to manufacture quality spare parts.
3. Power sector – a lot of equipment will be needed to keep the sector going. If local businesses form the right alliance, they could be in a position to provide certain equipment locally.
Successful technology transfers to Nigeria probably include Dangote Cement, Innoson Manufacturing, Zion computers, telecom sector, oil sector, etc.
With a population of 160 million, we have the local demand for a lot of products and services, why are local companies not trying to fulfill the demand? Is it lack of exposure to available technologies, inability to match licensors and licensees, disinterest from technology owners, inability to enforce contracts, or lack of infrastructure? Why exactly are deals not being made?
|Health / Re: Scientists Find Aggressive New HIV Strain ( Seems Confined To West Africa) by Wallie(m): 3:52pm On Dec 05|
The issue is not our libido, which may or may not be higher than Caucasians, but the fact that we carry on carelessly. Our people are ignorant or choose to remain ignorant to the fact that precautions need to be taken when engaging in an activity that can become destructive. The solution is simple: if you're going to engage in extramarital or premarital affair use a rubber. Simple!
If you’re getting married, get tested before going raw.
What's yet to be told is the number of females infected with HIV. Unfortunately, due to the anatomy of females and those that take it from the back, they are more likely to get infected from sleeping with an HIV infected male than a male sleeping with an HIV infected female.
About a week ago, I heard an alarming statistics over the radio that 92% of new HIV cases in the Washington DC area are black females, which makes me wonder what that number will be for females in Nigeria.
|Politics / Re: 2013 World Corruption Index: Nigeria Ranks 144 Among 177countries by Wallie(m): 3:28pm On Dec 05|
It is obvious that Nigeria took a turn for the worse when compared to other countries, which is what the rankings show. However, when looking at the raw scores, where 0 means that a country is perceived as highly corrupt and a 100 means that a country is perceived as very clean, in a 6-year time span we've mostly stayed flat and we had our highest score of 27 in 2008 and 2012.
Can anybody guess the major changes that occurred during 2007 and 2011?
2013 Rank 144/177 Score 25
2012 Rank 139/174 Score 27
2011 Rank 143/182 Score 2.4 (24)
2010 Rank 134/178 Score 2.4 (24)
2009 Rank 130/180 Score 2.5 (25)
2008 Rank 121/180 Score 2.7 (27)
I tried to get the data through 2000 but it will require a lot more digging. Here's the link below for anyone interested in getting the data
|Education / Re: English Word With Three Different Consecutive Repeated Letters? by Wallie(m): 9:04pm On Nov 26|
Yahoo1: What word in the ENGLISH LANGUAGE has THREE different consecutive repeated letters?
How about “ambiguous” because that’s what your direction is! What are you asking?
1. abcabc OR
2. aghagh OR
|Politics / Re: Biafran Zionist Movement Sends "500 Military Personel" To Israel To Train by Wallie(m): 5:56pm On Nov 26|
A Nigerian actually thinks that fairer skinned Nigerians are superior to darker skinned Nigerians? If fairer skinned Nigerians are superior, how do they compare to Europeans, Asians, Americans, mixed races, Hispanics, or anybody that's not African? Highly unfortunate that some people did not evolve past their primitive beings! So much for Darwin's theory but hey, there's always the war coming....
|Fashion / Re: Visual Guide On How To Buy Men's Suit - GQ STYLE. by Wallie(m): 5:22pm On Nov 26|
2legit2qwt: Good topic.
You need to find athletic cut suits if you have a muscular build. The suit will allow for a bigger chest and biceps. However, even if you buy your correct suit size, you'll still need to find a tailor because the waist of the pants will probably be too big and you might need to tailor the sides of the jacket.
OP, nice post and I wish my Nigerian brethren will pay attention to it and stop wearing suits meant for toddlers!
|Car Talk / Re: SUV Made By Innoson Motors (Pictures) by Wallie(m): 11:13pm On Nov 22|
I do not understand why people’s feelings are getting hurt! Facts are facts and whether or not you like them, they’ll remain facts.
Innoson only assembles of parts for now except for the frame. They must have paid millions of dollars in licensing fees for the technology and blue prints, and will continue to do so for each vehicle sold. The only thing that I can guarantee that they manufacture is the frame the car is built on because there’s a photo of a welder spot-welding it. There’s nothing in that warehouse that prove they manufacture actual parts.
However, their accomplishments should not be trivialized. They are onto great things and assembling car parts is the very first step needed to develop in-house (or Nigerian) know-how to build their own parts. Apart from money, you need technical knowledge that can only be gained through experience – experience which they’re gaining right now.
There are books out there that will teach you the basics of building your own car from scratch. All you need to do is source the engine, transmission and ancillary components. You can buy brand new crate engines and transmissions from manufacturers or pull them from used cars.
A couple of years ago, when I still had more free time on my hands, I was going to build a Caterham 7 replica based on kits (maybe I’ll still do someday):
Here’s the forum that tells you pretty much everything that you need to know: http://www.locostusa.com/forums/index.php
|Health / Re: HIV/AIDS Support Group.... by Wallie(m): 10:20pm On Nov 19|
Do you want to live long?
Practice safe intimacy.
Know your HIV status and if positive, start taking your medication because that’s the only card left to play.
You want to die quickly?
Practice unsafe intimacy.
Do not find out about your HIV status if you practice unsafe intimacy. People younger and older than you have dropped dead out of ignorance; you might as well add one more to the count.
HIV, like diabetes, can be managed but only if you take your medication. If you do not control the disease, you might as well start counting down. It is better not to put yourself in such a predicament in the first place but if you find yourself in such a situation, regardless of how you got there, the next best thing is to manage the disease.
Education is key and remember that HIV no dey show for face! I wonder what doctors are doing in general to ensure more people get tested. Over here, doctors will ask to test you for STDs including HIV even when going for a yearly checkup. I usually just say "sure" just so my doctor won't think that I have something to hide plus my insurance is paying for the tests. Maybe the key is for the government to offer free testing?
Anyway, you can learn more from http://www.cdc.gov/hiv/basics/transmission.html
|Science/Technology / Re: Crazy Things You Believed As A Science Student by Wallie(m): 6:01pm On Nov 14|
Hendrixtzee: I remember so well after an integrated science class in my JSS 3 when we were taught that a combination of hydrogen and oxygen ( ratio 2:1) wlld yield water, I just thought that yeah so water bottling companies get 2 'big" chambers of hydrogen and oxygen gases to mix and then Boooooooooommm!!!!!! We've gt water H2O.
You're actually not that far off! All you need is energy to combine the hydrogen atoms to the oxygen atoms but the end result will be an explosion and water as hydrogen is highly flammable and oxygen supports combustion.
Bottom line: if you can control the resulting explosion from combining hydrogen and oxygen, you’ll end up with water.
|Career / Re: When We Recruit In Nigeria . . . by Wallie(m): 10:54pm On Nov 12|
I think the fundamental issue is supply far out-stripping demand. When you only have 2 positions open and you get 1000 applications, you need an objective way of disqualifying a large majority of the applicants before looking at subjective qualifications. Certifications/degrees are used as the "gateman." For you to see oga, you must have the necessary degree because oga is too busy to see everybody that walks in.
However, the smart applicants will have the requisite minimum degree and/or respond directly to the skills sought.
With regard to MBAs, most reputable schools in the US won’t admit an MBA applicant without real world experience because most companies won’t be interested in your after graduation.
|Politics / Re: Nigeria Would Have Disintegrated But For Prayers — Jonathan by Wallie(m): 2:35pm On Nov 11|
Conundrum – Who should God listen to?
Homeowner at Night – God, please watch over my house and my family, and protect us from evil.
Armed robber – Baba God, please let this operation be successful and I promise this will be my last operation even though I said the same last time! Goes ahead and rob home owner at night and in the process, kills homeowner.
Student – Please God, after graduation, let me find a very good job that will afford me the better things in life.
Politician – God, this is an opportunity of a lifetime, let me acquire enough wealth to build the biggest Mosque/Church in this country to worship your name. Goes ahead and steals money meant for developing the country and in the process, robs student of a future.
Pastor/Imam/Voodoo priest – Almighty one, watch over the homeowner, armed robber, politician, and student so that they may become successful. The politician and armed robber made a sizable donation to the pastor/imam/voodoo priest as a token of their successful operation.
|Religion / Should You Believe In God? by Wallie(m): 10:28pm On Nov 07|
A French philosopher, mathematician, and physicist, Blaise Pascal (1623-1662), puts forth an argument using Decision Theory as to why it is beneficial to believe in God’s existence.
Pascal's Wager (my explanation)
Assume you have to take part in a coin toss with two sides, heads and tails. One side represents “God exist” and the other side “God does not exist”. Choose a side.
If you choose “God does not exist” as an atheist and you’re wrong, you lose everything for all eternity. If you choose “God exist” and you lose, you simple cease to exist after death. The only thing that could be considered a lose is the time spent worshiping.
Here’s the actual wager
The philosophy uses the following logic (excerpts from Pensées, part III, §233):
However, some people have challenged Pascal’s wager arguing that the outcome depends on whether God is malevolent or benevolent. Their arguments can be summarized as follows:
If God is malevolent (spiteful and vicious):
You’re doomed if you’re an atheist.
You’re doomed or saved if you worship a false god.
You’re doomed or saved if you worship true God.
If God is benevolent (kind and generous):
You’re saved if you’re an atheist.
You’re saved if you worship a false god.
You’re saved if you worship true God.
Thus, time spent worshiping God is either unnecessary or wasted.
I do believe in God and do not believe in any of the crap above. I only find the use of logic in trying to determine whether or not to worship God interesting.
|Family / Re: Help I'm Suicidal. by Wallie(m): 5:42pm On Nov 07|
You need to refocus your energy, or is it anger? The message in my post is simple and has nothing to do with labels!
Let me spell it out for you – we all have difficulties or issues in our lives, albeit some more serious than others, but with the right frame of mind and/or support, we can overcome anything including chronic pain from SS, death of a loved one, cancer, organ failure, getting fired from work, having no source of income, breaking up with a life partner, serious debt burden, being born with certain defective characteristics, etc.
If you can check your emotions at the door, you will see that the underlying thread in all the issues and ailments I listed is pain and lack of hope to carry on. Having a positive attitude goes a long way in overcoming anything in front of us.
By the way, there’s nothing wrong in being different and it is left to us to determine how we let the difference affect us (emotionally or physically). Being labeled disabled or handicapped is not derogatory similar to saying someone is light or dark skinned; it is just a fact that relates to the person in question. In certain activities (like driving), the fact that I wear glasses makes me handicapped when performing the activity without my glasses.
Anyway, the initial post was meant for OP and not you. I’m done wasting my time responding to you; do what you want with what I've said thus far!
|Family / Re: Help I'm Suicidal. by Wallie(m): 6:08pm On Nov 06|
I know you mean well also but maybe you should look up the meaning of disability before trying to correct someone. Being disabled is not only about visible physical impairment but could also be emotional, sensory and mental. In his case, SS could be classified as a form of non-visible disability which includes chronic pain, diabetes, epilepsy, asthma, etc. Thank you.
dis·abil·i·ty noun \ˌdis-ə-ˈbi-lə-tē\
|Family / Re: Help I'm Suicidal. by Wallie(m): 9:37pm On Nov 05|
Slim curtis: am 17yrs old boy..i hail from one of the eastern states and i've been kinda regular here.
How's it going? I'm not going to pretend like I understand what you’re going through because I don’t but what's certain is that you can choose how you deal with your situation. There are a lot of people that go through their daily lives in pain or overcome insurmountable odds just to do what feels ordinary to most. Giving up is the difference between people with disabilities that inspire us and those we don’t know about.
At 17, you have your whole life ahead of you, albeit in more pain than most people experience on average. Here are some people that overcame what seemed insurmountable at some point:
A guy with no arms that drives and works as an engineer
Woman with no arms shows how she bath, dress, up on makeup and drive
Stephen William Hawking theoretical physicist, cosmologist, author and Director of Research at the Centre for Theoretical Cosmology within the University of Cambridge
A video game player
Wrestler with no arms and legs
|Violent/Disgusting Non-Celebrity Crimes / Re: Nigerian Sentenced To Death For Drug Trafficking In Vietnam by Wallie(m): 5:38pm On Oct 29|
People fail to realize the extent the youths are been pushed into extreme situations like this! I’m pretty sure the guy knew the penalty of him being caught with that much drug; however, he also knew the reward! Is he a privileged spoiled kid or a kid at the end of his rope?
To what extent will each one of us go to provide a better life for our family or to keep food on our table? Never underestimate the innate instinct we have for self preservation.
The youths need and deserve a brighter future and our leaders seem at a loss!
|Politics / Re: Armoured Car Controversy: What Is Your Definition Of Corruption? by Wallie(m): 9:46pm On Oct 28|
What is corruption and/or misappropriation? Textbook definitions only set the boundaries and do not purport to define every instance of corruption and/or misappropriation.
|Properties / Re: Jarus CountryHome - A Journal by Wallie(m): 2:44pm On Oct 25|
Congratulations on your house!
It is amazing how different the building experience is in the US compared to Nigeria. Over here, if you’re using established builders, they have the cost down almost to the kobo for every addition or upgrade to the house. However, they do nickel and dime you to death because they charge for every single upgrade, e.g., an additional socket or light switch in your bedroom will cost about $200-$250 for one.
But I still wish there are builders like that in Nigeria so that one can know beforehand exactly how much a particular building will cost.
For example, here's a website that will estimate the cost of a house depending on your specification for different cities in the US. http://www.costtobuild.net/index.html
I bet someone can charge a pretty penny if the same is available for Nigeria. (Hint to the entrepreneurs)
Found a website that has excel spreadsheets that will help estimate or guide the cost to build a house.
|Travel / Re: Ask Me Any Questions About America,straight Talk from a Nigerian in America by Wallie(m): 4:17pm On Oct 17|
Option 1 – Going back to school
If you're here legally, go back to school and try to get another degree or certificate. Doing so will not only get you your next interview but will help you better assimilate into the new environment. Once in school, you must do all you can to get very good grades because your gpa will be asked by most employers for the first ~10 years of your career out of school. Actually, some employers won't even look at you if you're not at the top of your class academically.
Also, doing very well in school will open doors to scholarships that you could use to defray your cost of living and/or tuition.
Be confident in your abilities and have "never say die" attitude. You will be surprised how far you can go by just pushing yourself a little past your comfort zone.
Option 2 – Working crazy hours for a few years
If you're not the schooling type and you have your papers, then I would advise you to get a job that will allow you to work unlimited hours of overtime but you have to keep your eyes on your goal which is to save an ungodly amount of money to open your own business. Since you’re not highly skilled, you won’t be making a lot of money per hour.
Jobs in Nursing can allow you to work about 72 hrs per week with a day off (12 hours per day, 6 days a week). If you’re paid about $12 per hour, working 72 hours per week can net you about $55k per year before taxes. If you’re smart and save about $25k into your 401k (retirement savings account), you won’t be taxed on a significant portion until you take the money out but only if you’re less than 59 years old.
Anyway, once you have enough to start a business, just get a loan from the 401k instead of making a withdrawal and it will be tax free plus the interest you’ll be paying on the loan will be paid to you (since it’s your money in the 401k account). What you gain from this transaction is the ability to save money tax-free while using the same to finance your business.
Option 3 – Technically minded but hates school
Get certificates in all that CISCO stuff and if you know your beans, you’ll easily get job offers that will make people question the need to go to school. Earning over $100k as a contractor is common place but you really have to know the subject matter.
You also have the option of coding but you’ll probably have to own your own business and bid for contracts.
Option 4 - Lazy and wants to make money
If you’re lucky you might make “some” money for a few years but be rest assured that your days are numbered. The criminal justice system in the US is very effective. Enough said.
|Politics / Re: Living The Life In Lekki: How To Become A Lekki Landlord. by Wallie(m): 7:06pm On Oct 16|
The development is great but more roads should be built leading out of that area! All those living after Lekki Phase 1 only have one exit out of that area, Lekki Epe express way. After Lekki Phase 1, you have the option of Lekki/Ikoyi link bridge or Osborne St bridge but taking the Osborne bridge means that you have to contend with everybody from VI.
Hate to be the bearer of bad news but do we have contingencies in place for mass evacuation if a natural disaster occurs? Failure to plan is planning to fail.
|Foreign Affairs / Re: China Blasts US Shutdown, Calls For A ‘de-americanized’ World by Wallie(m): 5:38pm On Oct 16|
ckkris: Team GEJ is succeeding in attracting increasing Foreign Direct Investments, FDIs. Dangote alone has over $3 billions.
Which FDI exactly? Dangote invested his own money in spite of the government not because of it or does Nigeria guarantee Dangote's loans?
Late 2010/early 2011, it seemed the power sector was going to get privatized in the twinkle of an eye but 3 years later we are still holding our breadth. Hopefully it happens.
|Foreign Affairs / Re: China Blasts US Shutdown, Calls For A ‘de-americanized’ World by Wallie(m): 5:29pm On Oct 16|
The only thing farming does is to guarantee food security, which is not a bad thing but I doubt agriculture alone can sustain a country as big as Nigeria.
Show me a country that thrives exporting agricultural product and I’ll show you x10 that are highly subsidized by the government just to stay afloat! Have you ever imagined what happens to farmers in times of drought spanning a couple of years? How about when some random disease spreads like bird flu?
Manufacturing of things we currently consume in large quantities is the solution.
|Foreign Affairs / Re: China Blasts US Shutdown, Calls For A ‘de-americanized’ World by Wallie(m): 4:55pm On Oct 16|
The problem is that we implement our policies haphazardly with no strategic goal in mind!
On one hand we stop the importation of rice but fail to put measures in place to grow local production and the end result is consumers being faced with scarcity that will not abate.
Also, we are signing free trade agreements left and right even though we do not produce/manufacture a damn thing (at least on a scale large enough to make the agreement worthwhile)!
Solution – if you’re going to stop importation of anything, make sure that you encourage growth in that sector and you give manufacturers time to take up the slack. You can easily encourage growth by inviting the manufacturers of the product you import into your country and providing them with low interest rate loans. HOWEVER, you absolutely have to encourage/demand minimum local participation because the end goal is for technology/know-how to transfer to your citizens.
This is the only way for Nigeria to improve.
|Foreign Affairs / Re: China Blasts US Shutdown, Calls For A ‘de-americanized’ World by Wallie(m): 4:40pm On Oct 16|
Nah...Nigeria will do what's best for Nigeria but if I were in charge of Nigeria, in the long run I'll systematically (1) increase the value of Naira or (2) close Nigerian boarders to foreign goods.
Increasing the value of Naira should be done if we’ve given up hope on the manufacturing sector. Some will be quick to point out that our major export is oil which will result in less Naira earned if the value of Naira goes up but I will counter with the fact that we import more goods than we export oil.
However, closing Nigerian boarders systematically is the best long term response because we will still make enough from oil and the shortfall will be made up from the taxes to newly-created Nigerian manufacturers.
Simply put, if there’s a shortage of ANY product for a long period of time and will continue for the foreseeable future, Nigerians and foreigners will set up manufacturing facilities within Nigeria to make up for the shortfall, which will mean more local employment.
The problem with Nigeria is that successive governments do not understand or fail to follow long term policy initiatives implemented by their predecessor. We tend to only see the issues right before our eyes and never seem to think long term.
|Foreign Affairs / Re: China Blasts US Shutdown, Calls For A ‘de-americanized’ World by Wallie(m): 3:47pm On Oct 16|
How EXACTLY is this to occur? How can you get countries with different constitutions and parliaments to agree on the same set of rules that may benefit individual countries differently? Why do you think the European Union currently does not have a fiscal union?
Do you think Nigeria will agree to the same set of laws (punishments) proposed by western countries for treasury looters? Which legislature will vote for the laws? Here’s a former Mayor of Detroit city being convicted and sentenced to 28 years in prison for something Nigerian politicians won’t even spend a night in jail!
|Foreign Affairs / Re: China Blasts US Shutdown, Calls For A ‘de-americanized’ World by Wallie(m): 3:27pm On Oct 16|
Glad to see the thread finally coming to a sane conclusion!
Funny how people are quick to point out how much US treasury China holds but fail to realize the extent of the symbiotic relationship!
US trade deficit with China is $315 billion (US bought $425 billion worth of goods from China but only sold $110 billion worth of goods to them). This is important because it means that more US cash is following to Chinese companies and workers. http://www.forbes.com/sites/russellflannery/2013/08/03/what-can-be-done-about-the-big-u-s-trade-deficit-with-china/
Also, what is China to do with all the dollars it gets from goods sold to the US? Save it or invest it? If they were to save it, under which currency? If they were to invest it, where and what should they buy? Gold, perhaps? Last year alone, the price of gold has fallen 26.66%!
China pumps more cash into US because they want to keep fueling the spending spree! The relationship is similar to oil importers in Nigeria extending credit to Nigeria to import oil and getting paid at a later date. The importers know fully well that if they do not extend the credit to Nigeria they will not make a sale.
If US crashes or close its boarders, who will buy the Chinese goods meant for the US market? There will be internal strife and unrest in China because manufacturers will close up shop since they cannot sell their goods.
Take a look at the major trading partners with China and tell if any has the capacity with absorb China’s goods meant for the US –
1. EU (27 countries) 13.3%
2. US 11.7%
3. Hong Kong 8.3%
4. Japan 8%
5. South Korea 6.2%
15. South Africa 1.5%
19. Angola 0.9%
44. Algeria 0.2%
Only 3 African countries made the top 50 list, Nigeria did not even make the list, so I guess they can always expand into Africa except Africa is largely poor and the countries will probably close their boarders if they get swamped with Chinese goods because it will kill off whatever local manufacturing capability they have.
Also, to those suggesting a single currency, do you mean like currently done in the European Union that is being held together by Germany? Do you realize that the Union is not currently working and some countries might be kicked off? See Eurozone crisis http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Eurozone_crisis
|Travel / Re: You want to COME TO AMERICA - Do You REALLY Know America? by Wallie(m): 2:19pm On Oct 07|
Common thread that runs through the naysayers in this thread? Failure and the lack of owning up to it! The naysayers are quick to blame a country or the white man for their own personal failures instead of looking within.
Them say make you go school and get good grades but na club and strip club you dey go Monday through Sunday. Dey come kick you out of school or you come graduate with subpar GPA and no fit get job, and you wan blame the country or white man?
The only people that should complain about hardship are those that came into the US and Europe illegally for they’re the ones that even the most routine activity becomes problematic.
|Travel / Re: You want to COME TO AMERICA - Do You REALLY Know America? by Wallie(m): 9:59pm On Oct 04|
ozo_emeka: Read, if you don't see the point. How can I cure daftness?
A college dropout that can barely string a sentence together calling someone daft? You better run back to Nigeria before you get kicked off welfare! Just so you know, there's no welfare in Nigeria.
|Travel / Re: You want to COME TO AMERICA - Do You REALLY Know America? by Wallie(m): 9:54pm On Oct 04|
This is what the OP failed to realize! Some Nigerians are doing extremely well and some are not that great but on average, a Nigerian in the US legally will have a better quality of life than the average Nigerian in Nigeria.
|Travel / Re: You want to COME TO AMERICA - Do You REALLY Know America? by Wallie(m): 9:26pm On Oct 04|
This empty head has forgotten more than you will ever come across in your miserable life! Can you respond to a post without having to curse or is that your defense mechanism for not having anything meaningful to say? No wonder why you’ve failed thus far!
Now to the point you’re trying to make…
WTF is your point?
|Music/Radio / Re: School Of Rock - History And Genre Thread by Wallie(m): 9:17pm On Oct 04|
AjanleKoko: Hello Music Peeps,
Rock music ke? You skipped R&B, rap, jazz and landed on rock? Soft rock I hope! I guess it's like me and rap music.
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