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Re: Hepatitis B; From A Medical Laboratory Scientist Perspective by Ysquare98: 5:32am On Jun 30, 2018
MrBigiman:


This useless thread has gone south. A lab technician who wanted to take over treatment of HepB, and advertise his shop has been bursted.

Lies cannot thrive in this health room when I am still around. I will speak the truth, no matter how unpopular.

Is hepatitis B a health problem?, yes. can anyone talk about it?, yes. Is the topic misleading?, yes. Did he stick to a lab Scientist perspective?, No. Was he professional, and did he deal with the possible complications of hepatitis B exhaustively?, No.

Trying to learn from this thread is gross waste of time, and the reader ends up having half baked knowledge.

Bigiman.


Sir , Can u painstakingly deliver a lecture for us on this over hyped and mistreated topic ; Hepatitis B .I will be glad if u do sir
Re: Hepatitis B; From A Medical Laboratory Scientist Perspective by MrBigiman: 5:40am On Jun 30, 2018
Ysquare98:



Sir , Can u painstakingly deliver a lecture for us on this over hyped and mistreated topic ; Hepatitis B .I will be glad if u do sir

Noted bro. Will do so in the coming days. God bless
Re: Hepatitis B; From A Medical Laboratory Scientist Perspective by aribisala0(m): 9:31am On Jun 30, 2018
MrBigiman:


This useless thread has gone south. A lab technician who wanted to take over treatment of HepB, and advertise his shop has been bursted.

Lies cannot thrive in this health room when I am still around. I will speak the truth, no matter how unpopular.

Is hepatitis B a health problem?, yes. can anyone talk about it?, yes. Is the topic misleading?, yes. Did he stick to a lab Scientist perspective?, No. Was he professional, and did he deal with the possible complications of hepatitis B exhaustively?, No.

Trying to learn from this thread is gross waste of time, and the reader ends up having half baked knowledge.

Bigiman.
Fucck off then? Did anyone invite you to the thread??

You are just an immature,,obnoxious, attention seeking little boy,an irritant and an irrelevance.

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Re: Hepatitis B; From A Medical Laboratory Scientist Perspective by MrBigiman: 9:57am On Jun 30, 2018
aribisala0:
Fucck off then? Did anyone invite you to the thread??

You are just an immature,,obnoxious, attention seeking little boy,an irritant and an irrelevance.

Keep motivating urself Aribisala0. The truth is a sweet fragrance and it's follows my every move.

U'll will continually be troubled and discomforted anytime truth shows up.

Giving a sound discourse about medical conditions is not within the purview of a lab technician/scientist.
Re: Hepatitis B; From A Medical Laboratory Scientist Perspective by aribisala0(m): 10:10am On Jun 30, 2018
MrBigiman:


Keep motivating urself Aribisala0. The truth is a sweet fragrance and it's follows my every move.

U'll will continually be troubled and discomforted anytime truth shows up.

Giving a sound discourse about medical conditions is not within the purview of a lab technician/scientist.
You must be gay. What part of fucck off do you need me to explain to you

I am not interested in you or what you think.
This is a public forum . Take your bullying bluster elsewhere
Your English is atrocious so you should go and sort that out first.

You cannot read and comprehend , another unfortunate disability.




So do yourseelf

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Re: Hepatitis B; From A Medical Laboratory Scientist Perspective by nelszx: 10:30am On Jul 01, 2018
The beauty about learning is when one makes mistake they'd be corrected not talked down. Even a professor of medicine makes mistakes and when corrected they humbly take up the challenge without grouse let alone a student in training. Mr OP, thanks for the information and heed to correction(s) and make adjustments where necessary, it'd only make you better next time.

If information shared isn't pleasant to you, review and point to obvious adjustments where you aren't okay with. Information should be to feed the public and it's our collective duty as individuals to bring to the notice of this to the market woman in the street, the bus drivers in the park and not to massage and rub our ego.

For those who have corrected, I'm sure the OP would take time out and adjust and should be encouraged to learn more. Correction with love is much more appreciated than with hatred and bitterness.

As common as malaria may sound, so many still haven't gotten the details and still make mistakes when giving out talks about it. Mr OP go work on your lapses and give us more; these people who have criticised you will sit and hear from you.

Happy day to you all.

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Re: Hepatitis B; From A Medical Laboratory Scientist Perspective by opera1(m): 11:47am On Jul 01, 2018
nelszx:
The beauty about learning is when one makes mistake they'd be corrected not talked down. Even a professor of medicine makes mistakes and when corrected they humbly take up the challenge without grouse let alone a student in training. Mr OP, thanks for the information and heed to correction(s) and make adjustments where necessary, it'd only make you better next time.

If information shared isn't pleasant to you, review and point to obvious adjustments where you aren't okay with. Information should be to feed the public and it's our collective duty as individuals to bring to the notice of this to the market woman in the street, the bus drivers in the park and not to massage and rub our ego.

For those who have corrected, I'm sure the OP would take time out and adjust and should be encouraged to learn more. Correction with love is much more appreciated than with hatred and bitterness.

As common as malaria may sound, so many still haven't gotten the details and still make mistakes when giving out talks about it. Mr OP go work on your lapses and give us more; these people who have criticised you will sit and hear from you.

Happy day to you all.


Excellent!
Re: Hepatitis B; From A Medical Laboratory Scientist Perspective by aribisala0(m): 11:59am On Jul 01, 2018
Spare us the preaching about "correction" No one was doing any correccting.

That is akin to those who talk about Farmer-Herdsmen clash.
It is a massacre not a clash
When you try to be nice and please evrybody you only expose yourself as a hypocrite. People are not stupid they can see through all that bullshite.

This was alway about some people who claim they aree doctors wanting to smack down any attempt "by JOHESU to be relevant".

The OP started this thread and on the very first page I questioned his facts. I believe I did so respectfully and uncontroversially. It was not "correcttion" . So the patronizing use of the word "correction" is foolish.

There was no correction but a bullying attempt at a smack down


The truth about being a doctor is that it is not just about passing exams and that is the problem in Nigeria . If you can get the grades to study medicine you are admitted whether you are a psychopath or paedophile. The fundamental trait of carin about people in a humane way is never interrogated and so you find people who maybe should have been vet doctors or Engineers as doctors in Nigeria. The Nigerian doctor we see here on Nairaland is invariably without the temperament one expects in a doctor when it comes to human interaction.

Is it any wonder then that in the US,UK and elsewhere. The Nigerian doctor is brought before disciplinary hearings many more times than their peers.

At the core here is this idea that I scored highly in JAMB, studied and passed man exams and so I am a deputy to God.


Where do we put all those clever people at Apple and Samsung.

This is not about knowledge but attitude.
An arrogant condescending attiitude by Nigerian trained doctors who in reality only know what they have read in textbooks and little else beside.
A wise doctor would never identify himself in public as a doctor and then proceed to engage in Abuse. That is bringing the profession into disrepute and is very clear evidence of poor training

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Re: Hepatitis B; From A Medical Laboratory Scientist Perspective by Freddonance(m): 12:10pm On Jul 01, 2018
aribisala0:
Spare us the preaching about "correction" No one was doing any correccting.

That is akin to those who talk about Farmer-Herdsmen clash.
It is a massacre not a clash
When you try to be nice and please evrybody you only expose yourself as a hypocrite. People are not stupid they can see through all that bullshite.

This was alway about some people who claim they aree doctors wanting to smack down any attempt "by JOHESU to be relevant".

The OP started this thread and on the very first page I questioned his facts. I believe I did so respectfully and uncontroversially. It was not "correcttion" . So the patronizing use of the word "correction" is foolish.

There was no correction but a bullying attempt at a smack down


The truth about being a doctor is that it is not just about passing exams and that is the problem in Nigeria . If you can get the grades to study medicine you are admitted whether you are a psychopath or paedophile. The fundamental trait of carin about people in a humane way is never interrogated and so you find people who maybe should have been vet doctors or Engineers as doctors in Nigeria. The Nigerian doctor we see here on Nairaland is invariably without the temperament one expects in a doctor when it comes to human interaction.

Is it any wonder then that in the US,UK and elsewhere. The Nigerian doctor is brought before disciplinary hearings many more times than their peers.

At the core here is this idea that I scored highly in JAMB, studied and passed man exams and so I am a deputy to God.


Where do we put all those clever people at Apple and Samsung.

This is not about knowledge but attitude.
An arrogant condescending attiitude by Nigerian trained doctors who in reality only know what they have read in textbooks and little else beside.
A wise doctor would never identify himself in public as a doctor and then proceed to engage in Abuse. That is bringing the profession into disrepute and is very clear evidence of poor training

I feel ur pain... Writing pages won't change anything so instead, I advice u channel ur energy to something else. Ur hatred for docs is tantamount to nothingness.
Re: Hepatitis B; From A Medical Laboratory Scientist Perspective by bizzibodi(m): 12:18pm On Jul 01, 2018
Oseniade:
Good day fellow Naira landers and how is your day going? I am a Medical Laboratory Scientist by training. For the next few days I will delve into Hepatitis B prevention, treatment etc from a Medical Laboratory Scientist view. I will try as much as possible to use layman terms for `a larger audience appreciation` and I will be brief as much as possible. It will be sectioned into days for easier follow up. Thanks.

Day 1
Today I will talk about a little history, testing, contraction and vaccine.

History : Hepatitis B is caused by a virus, hence it is a viral infection. It affects majorly the liver and can cause the infected person to develop liver cirrhosis (cancer of the liver). The liver is a highly functioning organ that to a large extent tolerate a lot of abuse. The liver can get damaged to as much as 70% before the sufferer noticed that there is something wrong with his or her system. Hence the need to get tested as soon as possible

Testing: Whenever you visit a good medical Laboratory and you request for Hepatitis B testing, what they do is to test for the Surface Antigen which is abbreviated as HBsAg(Hepatitis B surface Antigen). If you are positive for Hepatitis B you are said to be HBsAg positive and if otherwise, you are said to be HBsAg Negative.

Contraction: You contract Hepatitis B ( shortened as Hep B) majorly from sex and exchange of infected body fluids (blood, breastmilk, semen etc) and also mother to child transmission (during the course of delivery there is usually exchange of bodily fluids in which infected mother can transmit the virus to her baby)

Prevention: The number 1 prevention is abstinence from sex. You can also take Hepatitis B vaccine which prevents you from ever contracting it. The vaccine are given in 3 dosages(3 shots) intramuscular on your arm at an intervals of like 8 weeks to about 6 months depending on what is in place at where it is being administered. After your last shot, you are given another shot in 10 years time and this is what is referred to as booster dose. You should note that if for any reason you are positive, Hep B vaccines will not work for you; hence you have to go for treatment.
The vaccine works by stimulating your body system to produce what is called `Hepatitis B surface Antibodies╩╝ which act as the primary body defender if for any reason you come in contact with the virus.
Thanks.
My q/s is I tested -ve to HB,I only manage to take one dose of d vaccine will it work?
Re: Hepatitis B; From A Medical Laboratory Scientist Perspective by bizzibodi(m): 12:24pm On Jul 01, 2018
eezeribe:
JOHESU giving us lecture on Hepatitis B...
very soon a court clerk will give us lecture on how to judge a case...
No matter how long a LIZARD stays at the bank of a river, it can never become a CROCODILE. ..
Who d hell d u want give u a lecture,he is a medical lab scientist,he must have done virology as a course unit.

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Re: Hepatitis B; From A Medical Laboratory Scientist Perspective by aribisala0(m): 12:24pm On Jul 01, 2018
Freddonance:


I feel ur pain... Writing pages won't change anything so instead, I advice u channel ur energy to something else. Ur hatred for docs is tantamount to nothingness.
You are a chiild and so for you issues must be reduced to like and hate. You daddy says no Fanta today therefore he hates you.

Let us use an adult vocabulary.
Nothing to do with hate or love.

I have a problem with some self declared doctor using that to bully or intimidate people. Discuss the issues . It brings the profession into disrepute to announce you are a doctor and then engage in abusive behaviour online which you would not publicly associate with your name.

Anyone can claim to be anything.

Discuss the issue of the thread and leave the nonsense out of it
Re: Hepatitis B; From A Medical Laboratory Scientist Perspective by NoToPile: 12:31pm On Jul 01, 2018
One question to the arguers, can a virologist ( who didn't study medicine at any point ever) give a lecture on hepatitis B?

In all honesty I don't get what the back and forth is about, who can give lecture about what.
Re: Hepatitis B; From A Medical Laboratory Scientist Perspective by Freddonance(m): 12:33pm On Jul 01, 2018
aribisala0:

You are a chiild and so for you issues must be reduced to like and hate. You daddy says no Fanta today therefore he hates you.

Let us use an adult vocabulary.
Nothing to do with hate or love.

I have a problem with some self declared doctor using that to bully or intimidate people. Discuss the issues . It brings the profession into disrepute to announce you are a doctor and then engage in abusive behaviour online which you would not publicly associate with your name.

Anyone can claim to be anything.

Discuss the issue of the thread and leave the nonsense out of it

Go back to page 0.... read through page 1,2,3,4&5 u will notice that u started dis whole derailment. there were a lot of inappropriate terminologies in the post & his attention was called to it. He never corrected it which warranted others who couldn't stand such catarrhal exudes to advised him to stick to what he knows(diagnostic aspect only) instead of dishing out purulence to the public.
Re: Hepatitis B; From A Medical Laboratory Scientist Perspective by bizzibodi(m): 12:38pm On Jul 01, 2018
SoloceeD2:


You're as disgusting as your ego and it's very stupid of you to think he cannot talk about hepatitis B because he's not a medical doctor. Virology is not owned by the Nigerian doctor.
Don't mind him,a medical doc is not a virologist,a medical doctors are taught by virologist, biochemist,anatomist,physiologist,pharmacologist,other medical scientist discovered diseases,treatment,drugs,diagnosis via researches & teaches doctors who apply them.

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Re: Hepatitis B; From A Medical Laboratory Scientist Perspective by aribisala0(m): 12:45pm On Jul 01, 2018
Freddonance:


Go back to page 0.... read through page 1,2,3,4&5 u will notice that u started dis whole derailment. there were a lot of inappropriate terminologies in the post & his attention was called to it. He never corrected it which warranted others who couldn't stand such catarrhal exudes to advised him to stick to what he knows(diagnostic aspect only) instead of dishing out purulence to the public.


Cattarhal exudes?
This does not make you look clever or intelligent quite the opposite. It reveals you deep insecurity and compensatory psychological strategy.


You really are a child and probably a repressed homosexual


I did not start anything. What I despise is bullies.

Of course bullying is just the outward exuberance of an insecure little boy.

Shut up and and give it a rest.

As a matter of fact Hepatis B is easier to explain than malaria theoretically

so do not make it into a study of quantum physics.
The issue on this thread is some self declared doctors feel they need to put JOHESU in their place.

Why could your excuse of a justification not be done without making it into a tribal war or telling us how doctors are the Chief of Staff to God Almighty himself.

One does not need to be a doctor to understand Hepattis. In fact the top experts on Heatitis are virologists who may or may not be doctors . Most doctors have never examined the Viirus under any circumstances. All they know about it is BY READING in most cases. That information is available to everyone

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Re: Hepatitis B; From A Medical Laboratory Scientist Perspective by bizzibodi(m): 12:58pm On Jul 01, 2018
queenfav:
That's for chronic hep b. Was educated on it when i took the vaccine. If it's not chronic hepatitis b, the body sheds it off after 6 months and the person becomes immune to having it again in future. Even d chronic hep b can be shed off provided d drugs are taken. D doctor said the drugs are about N20,000 for 30 tablets , so getting the vaccine is cheaper. General hospitals give the vaccine free.
Is d vaccine tablet?

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Re: Hepatitis B; From A Medical Laboratory Scientist Perspective by queenfav(f): 1:00pm On Jul 01, 2018
bizzibodi:

Is d vaccine tablet?
it's injection. U take the first, den go back for the second dose 1 month after anf and wait for another 6 months for d last shot.
Re: Hepatitis B; From A Medical Laboratory Scientist Perspective by bizzibodi(m): 1:05pm On Jul 01, 2018
Freddonance:

If you haven't faulted this post according to the level of knowledge you have i would have taken u serious but haven spotted an error, it means that those who have much knowledge in medical science see the post as not as informative as it should be cos it is flawed with falsities. & so, it is advised he gives advice only on what he can defend (in dis case, his post should be restricted to the topic, medical laboratory perspective of hepatitis b. Test specificity & so on.)
But d op don't offer a prescription,I never read him mentioned any drugs name,he only advice d uninfected to go for vaccine,just like a layman will tell a Hiv infected person to go to hospital and get ARV.
Re: Hepatitis B; From A Medical Laboratory Scientist Perspective by bizzibodi(m): 1:14pm On Jul 01, 2018
queenfav:
it's injection. U take the first, den go back for the second dose 1 month after anf and wait for another 6 months for d last shot.
B/c I raed u mentioned #20k for 30 tablets.
Re: Hepatitis B; From A Medical Laboratory Scientist Perspective by aribisala0(m): 1:38pm On Jul 01, 2018
bizzibodi:

But d op don't offer a prescription,I never read him mentioned any drugs name,he only advice d infected to go for vaccine,just like a layman will tell a Hiv infected person to go to hospital and get ARV.

I don't think a vaccine is the advice for the infected. Nevertheless what is important is respectful communication
Re: Hepatitis B; From A Medical Laboratory Scientist Perspective by aribisala0(m): 1:41pm On Jul 01, 2018
What is important is that people are made more aaware of Hep B and how it is transmitted , how to avoid it by vaccination , hygiene/sanitation and to seek professional help where appropriate.

I think it is important to educate prostitutes and offer them free vaccination.
Re: Hepatitis B; From A Medical Laboratory Scientist Perspective by queenfav(f): 2:08pm On Jul 01, 2018
bizzibodi:

B/c I raed u mentioned #20k for 30 tablets.
That's d Cost of d ARV drug those with it take daily to manage the virus.
Re: Hepatitis B; From A Medical Laboratory Scientist Perspective by bizzibodi(m): 2:50pm On Jul 01, 2018
aribisala0:


I don't think a vaccine is the advice for the infected. Nevertheless what is important is respectful communication
He didn't wrote that d infested shld go for vaccination read his post again & comprehend.
Re: Hepatitis B; From A Medical Laboratory Scientist Perspective by Amarabae(f): 2:55pm On Jul 01, 2018
This thread still de?
Re: Hepatitis B; From A Medical Laboratory Scientist Perspective by aribisala0(m): 4:14pm On Jul 01, 2018
Amarabae:
This thread still de?
You sef you still dey
Re: Hepatitis B; From A Medical Laboratory Scientist Perspective by nelszx: 5:16pm On Jul 01, 2018
aribisala0:
Spare us the preaching about "correction" No one was doing any correccting.

That is akin to those who talk about Farmer-Herdsmen clash.
It is a massacre not a clash
When you try to be nice and please evrybody you only expose yourself as a hypocrite. People are not stupid they can see through all that bullshite.

This was alway about some people who claim they aree doctors wanting to smack down any attempt "by JOHESU to be relevant".

The OP started this thread and on the very first page I questioned his facts. I believe I did so respectfully and uncontroversially. It was not "correcttion" . So the patronizing use of the word "correction" is foolish.

There was no correction but a bullying attempt at a smack down


The truth about being a doctor is that it is not just about passing exams and that is the problem in Nigeria . If you can get the grades to study medicine you are admitted whether you are a psychopath or paedophile. The fundamental trait of carin about people in a humane way is never interrogated and so you find people who maybe should have been vet doctors or Engineers as doctors in Nigeria. The Nigerian doctor we see here on Nairaland is invariably without the temperament one expects in a doctor when it comes to human interaction.

Is it any wonder then that in the US,UK and elsewhere. The Nigerian doctor is brought before disciplinary hearings many more times than their peers.

At the core here is this idea that I scored highly in JAMB, studied and passed man exams and so I am a deputy to God.


Where do we put all those clever people at Apple and Samsung.

This is not about knowledge but attitude.
An arrogant condescending attiitude by Nigerian trained doctors who in reality only know what they have read in textbooks and little else beside.
A wise doctor would never identify himself in public as a doctor and then proceed to engage in Abuse. That is bringing the profession into disrepute and is very clear evidence of poor training

If only you read my comment and sense the sarcasm in it you'd know what I'm saying. Of all persons here that MrBigiman doesn't know jaaack but he'd come here claiming he's exposing only God knows. I think he knows only what he crammed in school to pass exam.

He feels threatened when one who isn't a doctor gives a wonderful academic piece. You can click on my profile comment with him and see yourself. He's the Wikipedia doctor if you know what I mean. An empty barrel they say.......You know the rest.

Most doctors never pride themselves as the alpha and omega of knowledge. Sometimes I have consultants come meet me to explain what this means and so on provided it helps the patient that's all I care for.

I'm looking forward to his piece as he has promised to do so.

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Re: Hepatitis B; From A Medical Laboratory Scientist Perspective by MrBigiman: 9:10pm On Jul 01, 2018
nelszx:


If only you read my comment and sense the sarcasm in it you'd know what I'm saying. Of all persons here that MrBigiman doesn't know jaaack but he'd come here claiming he's exposing only God knows. I think he knows only what he crammed in school to pass exam.

He feels threatened when one who isn't a doctor gives a wonderful academic piece. You can click on my profile comment with him and see yourself. He's the Wikipedia doctor if you know what I mean. An empty barrel they say.......You know the rest.

Most doctors never pride themselves as the alpha and omega of knowledge. Sometimes I have consultants come meet me to explain what this means and so on provided it helps the patient that's all I care for.

I'm looking forward to his piece as he has promised to do so.

A hopeless charlatan knows nothing than to disparage those who exposes their mediocrity. You know nothing and u don't know that u know nothing, so urs is unsalvageable.

You are my friend but I won't spare u wen u go south. Any consultant clarifying anything from u, is trying to clarify ur inadequacies.

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Re: Hepatitis B; From A Medical Laboratory Scientist Perspective by TempoJames(m): 9:49pm On Jul 01, 2018
nelszx:


If only you read my comment and sense the sarcasm in it you'd know what I'm saying. Of all persons here that MrBigiman doesn't know jaaack but he'd come here claiming he's exposing only God knows. I think he knows only what he crammed in school to pass exam.

He feels threatened when one who isn't a doctor gives a wonderful academic piece. You can click on my profile comment with him and see yourself. He's the Wikipedia doctor if you know what I mean. An empty barrel they say.......You know the rest.

Most doctors never pride themselves as the alpha and omega of knowledge. Sometimes I have consultants come meet me to explain what this means and so on provided it helps the patient that's all I care for.

I'm looking forward to his piece as he has promised to do so.


Like the other time I met you to explain your ignorance why you should use FBC to diagnose CML and use Fab to stage CML and why you ignorantly trashed a doctor's proper diagnosis of S.epidermidis as cause of UTI.
You are miserable my friend. Even a newly enrolled HO wouldn't stoop so low to meet an ignoramus like you.
Re: Hepatitis B; From A Medical Laboratory Scientist Perspective by Amarabae(f): 9:56pm On Jul 01, 2018
The future of Nigeria health sector is bleak
Re: Hepatitis B; From A Medical Laboratory Scientist Perspective by MrBigiman: 9:58pm On Jul 01, 2018
TempoJames:



Like the other time I met you to explain your ignorance why you should use FBC to diagnose CML and use Fab to stage CML and why you ignorantly trashed a doctor's proper diagnosis of S.epidermidis as cause of UTI.
You are miserable my friend. Even a newly enrolled HO wouldn't stoop so low to meet an ignoramus like you.

Thanks TempoJames.

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Re: Hepatitis B; From A Medical Laboratory Scientist Perspective by nelszx: 10:35pm On Jul 01, 2018
MrBigiman:


A hopeless charlatan knows nothing than to disparage those who exposes their mediocrity. You know nothing and u don't know that u know nothing, so urs is unsalvageable.

You are my friend but I won't spare u wen u go south. Any consultant clarifying anything from u, is trying to clarify ur inadequacies.

I've nothing to say to you
I'm here waiting to read your piece
Only until then we would have this conversation

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