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Re: Algeria Vs Nigeria: AFCON Semi-Finals (2 - 1) Full Time by XhosaNostra(f): 6:18pm On Jul 15, 2019
stanliwiser:
yea I can relate to that part where the time to learn is really discouraging, but overtime I came to understand that many hypocritical people tends to pay more and give you much attention, the moment they know you're a professional. If your certification is from a recognised institution with great worth, good company are ready to pay triple for just being a decent graduate from a decent institution with additionally good grades.
So from then I just force myself to remain focused and become that so-called epitome of worth as much as possible.
I draw my strength from this school of thought...So if you really want companies, people and etc to take you places, you have to meet some expectation.
Certificatins takes you to the shores of the river, your personal skills helps you fish!

True dat. I think I'm only saying it because I haven't taken lengthy studies, but I'm also very driven, so I know once I commit myself to something, I'll stick to it & give it my all. It's only a matter of time as it is my goal to have a good social standing for my own satisfaction, I couldn't care less about opinions.
You mentioned studying abroad, do you have a country you're particularly interested in?
Re: Algeria Vs Nigeria: AFCON Semi-Finals (2 - 1) Full Time by EniHolar(f): 6:29pm On Jul 15, 2019
Rossikk:


What do you know about football? Shut up.

Shey your eyes don come down... Oversabi
Re: Algeria Vs Nigeria: AFCON Semi-Finals (2 - 1) Full Time by stanliwiser: 7:34pm On Jul 15, 2019
XhosaNostra:


True dat. I think I'm only saying it because I haven't taken lengthy studies, but I'm also very driven, so I know once I commit myself to something, I'll stick to it & give it my all. It's only a matter of time as it is my goal to have a good social standing for my own satisfaction, I couldn't care less about opinions.
You mentioned studying abroad, do you have a country you're particularly interested in?
The country of my taste is USA but right now, Canada/Russia seems to be the best choice.
The pay is quite expensive for me right now. But I am on a internship that seem promising to send me there. I just have some task to achieve. And if they fail, I will sponsor myself either ways.
Infact Ultimately I plan leaving the Africa Society.

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Re: Algeria Vs Nigeria: AFCON Semi-Finals (2 - 1) Full Time by XhosaNostra(f): 8:02pm On Jul 15, 2019
stanliwiser:
The country of my taste is USA but right now, Canada/Russia seems to be the best choice.
The pay is quite expensive for me right now. But I am on a internship that seem promising to send me there. I just have some task to achieve. And if they fail, I will sponsor myself either ways.
Infact Ultimately I plan leaving the Africa Society.

Russia seems like an odd choice. Why Russia if I may ask?
Think positively, anything is possible.
Re: Algeria Vs Nigeria: AFCON Semi-Finals (2 - 1) Full Time by stanliwiser: 8:08pm On Jul 15, 2019
XhosaNostra:


Russia seems like an odd choice. Why Russia if I may ask?
Think positively, anything is possible.
Like I said previously, the cost is what am considering, Many Russian school have flexibile programs for international students. So it is a good option.
But the canada option is what I prefer more.
Anyways have you ever been to any other country aside SA?
Re: Algeria Vs Nigeria: AFCON Semi-Finals (2 - 1) Full Time by XhosaNostra(f): 8:48pm On Jul 15, 2019
stanliwiser:
Like I said previously, the cost is what am considering, Many Russian school have flexibile programs for international students. So it is a good option.
But the canada option is what I prefer more.
Anyways have you ever been to any other country aside SA?

Understood.

No I've never been outside the borders, but you can take me with when you go to Canada tongue I think it's a lovely country too.
Re: Algeria Vs Nigeria: AFCON Semi-Finals (2 - 1) Full Time by Dedetwo(m): 10:31pm On Jul 15, 2019
Favor99:


Ighalo scored our only goal in the game
Ighalo is the leading goal scorer in the tournament scoring more goals than every player ahead of top strikers like Mane, Salah and Zaha

Let’s put this into perspective: No player in this tournament has scored more more goals than Ighalo in this Africa Cup of Nations 2019

What else can you ask for in a striker?




This misconception is the bane of development in Africa. In very wise society, scoring a goal does not matter but winning the match. Any fool could have scored the goals accredited to Ighalo. The dude is glorified stick. He is a truck pusher.
Re: Algeria Vs Nigeria: AFCON Semi-Finals (2 - 1) Full Time by DateMynd44(m): 12:12am On Jul 16, 2019
DissTroy:

Why are you Togolese invading a Nigerian thread?
how market?
Re: Algeria Vs Nigeria: AFCON Semi-Finals (2 - 1) Full Time by DissTroy(m): 12:49am On Jul 16, 2019
DateMynd44:
how market?
Ete, uto iko adahado ado iko usen edem. On to the next one.
Re: Algeria Vs Nigeria: AFCON Semi-Finals (2 - 1) Full Time by Favor99(m): 1:09am On Jul 16, 2019
Dedetwo:


This misconception is the bane of development in Africa. In very wise society, scoring a goal does not matter but winning the match. Any fool could have scored the goals accredited to Ighalo. The dude is glorified stick. He is a truck pusher.
Anyone can see you have some sort of beef with Ighalo. All your posts is busting at Ighalo. You all here acting as if he did nothing. I was simply saying he has performed way better than you guys give him credit for

Scoring goals is one of the most important measures about how a striker is performing
And scoring more goals than anyone in the tournament means he was doing his part.
Football at the end of the day is an 11 man team.

So He didn’t play bad. We wouldn’t have advanced past the round of 16 If not for his 2 goals against in that game.

I never said anywhere I was happy with the result of the game. You threw that one in there. People as usual are trying to make him the scapegoat when he scored our only goal
Re: Algeria Vs Nigeria: AFCON Semi-Finals (2 - 1) Full Time by PrettyEneawan(f): 7:15am On Jul 16, 2019
tosinosam:
Keep Searching Till You Find grin
Sorry Ndo, I Know It Hurt
Re: Algeria Vs Nigeria: AFCON Semi-Finals (2 - 1) Full Time by stanliwise(m): 8:36am On Jul 16, 2019
XhosaNostra:


Understood.

No I've never been outside the borders, but you can take me with when you go to Canada tongue I think it's a lovely country too.
My account is back!

Hahhaha I would like to do that, hope you know the song I want to be a billionaire ( by Travie McCoy)? it will happen soon and then we would be able to go anywhere in the world.

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Re: Algeria Vs Nigeria: AFCON Semi-Finals (2 - 1) Full Time by DateMynd44(m): 9:05am On Jul 16, 2019
DissTroy:

Ete, uto iko adahado ado iko usen edem. On to the next one.
how u take know say I be efik?
Re: Algeria Vs Nigeria: AFCON Semi-Finals (2 - 1) Full Time by XhosaNostra(f): 9:31am On Jul 16, 2019
stanliwise:
My account is back!

Hahhaha I would like to do that, hope you know the song I want to be a billionaire ( by Travie McCoy)? it will happen soon and then we would be able to go anywhere in the world.

What happened? Why were you banned?

I'd be one of the people proud to say I knew you before you were member of the billionaire's club tongue
Re: Algeria Vs Nigeria: AFCON Semi-Finals (2 - 1) Full Time by tosinosam(m): 10:07am On Jul 16, 2019
PrettyEneawan:
Sorry Ndo, I Know It Hurt
Chu! shocked someone cannot play with u?? cheesy
Re: Algeria Vs Nigeria: AFCON Semi-Finals (2 - 1) Full Time by PrettyEneawan(f): 11:42am On Jul 16, 2019
tosinosam:

Chu! shocked someone cannot play with u?? cheesy
Just Say The Truth Now, Did You Sleep On Sunday Night? I Mean On The 14th July?
Re: Algeria Vs Nigeria: AFCON Semi-Finals (2 - 1) Full Time by tosinosam(m): 11:45am On Jul 16, 2019
PrettyEneawan:
Just Say The Truth Now, Did You Sleep On Sunday Night? I Mean On The 14th July?
If u r talking about that match,I don't want to remember.. Its total heartbreak.
Re: Algeria Vs Nigeria: AFCON Semi-Finals (2 - 1) Full Time by PrettyEneawan(f): 11:50am On Jul 16, 2019
tosinosam:

If u r talking about that match,I don't want to remember.. Its total heartbreak.
Ndo, Na Village People Work
Re: Algeria Vs Nigeria: AFCON Semi-Finals (2 - 1) Full Time by tosinosam(m): 2:12pm On Jul 16, 2019
PrettyEneawan:
Ndo, Na Village People Work
Village people grin grin
Re: Algeria Vs Nigeria: AFCON Semi-Finals (2 - 1) Full Time by stanliwise(m): 9:08pm On Jul 16, 2019
XhosaNostra:


What happened? Why were you banned?

I'd be one of the people proud to say I knew you before you were member of the billionaire's club tongue
Ehm I had a problem with one dude spamming the forum with bitcoin scam, so I wan ban because my statement against him were against rule 2.

Hahaha, No by then you will also be a billionaire, or you don't see yourself there?

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Re: Algeria Vs Nigeria: AFCON Semi-Finals (2 - 1) Full Time by XhosaNostra(f): 9:20pm On Jul 16, 2019
stanliwise:

Ehm I had a problem with one dude spamming the forum with bitcoin scam, so I wan ban because my statement against him were against rule 2.

Hahaha, No by then you will also be a billionaire, or you don't see yourself there?

Oh OK lol.

I honestly don't wanna be THAT wealthy. It sounds stressful. However, I do wanna live comfortably & that's my goal. Where do you see yourself 5 years from now?
Re: Algeria Vs Nigeria: AFCON Semi-Finals (2 - 1) Full Time by stanliwise(m): 9:40pm On Jul 16, 2019
XhosaNostra:


Oh OK lol.

I honestly don't wanna be THAT wealthy. It sounds stressful. However, I do wanna live comfortably & that's my goal. Where do you see yourself 5 years from now?
five years from now should be 2024 right?
Hmmm, by then I would be really working myself out. From next year it will be all about my worklife. I may bearly come to nairaland, I plan to work for about 15 years together (with masters and PhD) stuffs and set up my tech organizations. It's a plan in progress.
So in five years time I should be working and maybe married(This will have to happen miraculously).And I see myself in another society.
Re: Algeria Vs Nigeria: AFCON Semi-Finals (2 - 1) Full Time by XhosaNostra(f): 9:45pm On Jul 16, 2019
stanliwise:
five years from now should be 2024 right?
Hmmm, by then I would be really working myself out. From next year it will be all about my worklife. I may bearly come to nairaland, I plan to work for about 15 years together (with masters and PhD) stuffs and set up my tech organizations. It's a plan in progress.
So in five years time I should be working and maybe married(This will have to happen miraculously).And I see myself in another society.

Hmmmm...very detailed. Nice one.
Re: Algeria Vs Nigeria: AFCON Semi-Finals (2 - 1) Full Time by stanliwise(m): 9:48pm On Jul 16, 2019
XhosaNostra:


Hmmmm...very detailed. Nice one.
And for you.....What about five years time?
Re: Algeria Vs Nigeria: AFCON Semi-Finals (2 - 1) Full Time by XhosaNostra(f): 9:52pm On Jul 16, 2019
stanliwise:
And for you.....What about five years time?

Honestly, I'm not sure, that's why I'm suprised & impressed that you got it all mapped out.
Re: Algeria Vs Nigeria: AFCON Semi-Finals (2 - 1) Full Time by stanliwise(m): 10:17pm On Jul 16, 2019
XhosaNostra:


Honestly, I'm not sure, that's why I'm suprised & impressed that you got it all mapped out.
Mapping things out over time has been a skill I learnt when I read a book "Talent is overrated" written by Geoffrey Colvin. The book was an indept study of many child prodigy and renowned world class sport performers and Business tycoon. The conclusion was that although some people where really fortunate but the untold story was that some of their efficient and accurate strategy was based on conscious effort and plan and many didn't happen all of a sudden as many people think. e.g Albert Einstein(The father of modern physicst and the most celebrated genius) was chased out of school at 15 because he wasn't coping and was very dull. although this was true but the full story was that he was always a child prodigy in mathematics and physics and dislike the unpragmatic ways teachers teach their student. Also he didn't show interest in many other subjects outside science. But many wrongly thought he was so dull and all of a sudden became intelligently at some point because his condition changed his thinking.
It also mean if you plan to do something, there are many possibility that it may happen although not all of it.
So I have been following this opinion for sometime now and truth is I have been able to achieve something I hoped for although not all the time though.

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Re: Algeria Vs Nigeria: AFCON Semi-Finals (2 - 1) Full Time by XhosaNostra(f): 10:31pm On Jul 16, 2019
stanliwise:
Mapping things out over time has been a skill I learnt when I read a book "Talent is overrated" written by Geoffrey Colvin. The book was an indept study of many child prodigy and renowned world class sport performers and Business tycoon. The conclusion was that although some people where really fortunate but the untold story was that some of their efficient and accurate strategy was based on conscious effort and plan and many didn't happen all of a sudden as many people think. e.g Albert Einstein(The father of modern physicst and the most celebrated genius) was chased out of school at 15 because he wasn't coping and was very dull. although this was true but the full story was that he was always a child prodigy in mathematics and physics and dislike the unpragmatic ways teachers teach their student. Also he didn't show interest in many other subjects outside science. But many wrongly thought he was so dull and all of a sudden became intelligently at some point because his condition changed his thinking.
It also mean if you plan to do something, there are many possibility that it may happen although not all of it.
So I have been following this opinion for sometime now and truth is I have been able to achieve something I hoped for although not all the time though.

That's some good prep talk. Thank you.
Re: Algeria Vs Nigeria: AFCON Semi-Finals (2 - 1) Full Time by stanliwise(m): 10:38pm On Jul 16, 2019
XhosaNostra:


That's some good prep talk. Thank you.
Hahahaha, I may have written at length. But don't mind me jare. I just had to explain what I mean.

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Re: Algeria Vs Nigeria: AFCON Semi-Finals (2 - 1) Full Time by Hhenryy: 10:32pm On Jul 17, 2019
lilfreezy:




My guy, how far?

We won again today putting on the white Jersey!
Now look back at all the matches we played in the tournament, what did you notice?....can you see any pattern now?


cc: safarigirl
Re: Algeria Vs Nigeria: AFCON Semi-Finals (2 - 1) Full Time by streetking1237(m): 7:32pm On Jul 24, 2019
[if Nigeria was just able to secure that 1-1 to 90mins we'll hv won the game because the Algerians are weak already]


Dis ur sentence is 2special... grin[/quote]

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