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|Crime / Re: Nairaland Fraudster Exposed PT 2 by Feedmemore(f): 1:59am On Nov 22, 2015|
|Travel / Re: Nigerian Drug Mule Dies At Madrid Airport Terrified Staff Thought He Had Ebola by Feedmemore(f): 5:04am On Oct 25, 2014|
Truckpusher, I'm not in anyway supportive of what he did, mbanu!!. All I'm stressing is the way they watched him died because they thought he had Ebola. They are implying that those who show any symptoms of Ebola won't be treated- instead assumed to have Ebola. Heart attack victims often vomit & placing an AED on them immediately could save their life. However, I think the best course of action is to just stop travel from certain African countries completely & this hysteria can be avoided in airports.
|Politics / Re: Nigeria’s $15m Returned, Says South Africa by Feedmemore(f): 9:19pm On Oct 24, 2014|
|Travel / Re: Nigerian Drug Mule Dies At Madrid Airport Terrified Staff Thought He Had Ebola by Feedmemore(f): 9:08pm On Oct 24, 2014|
I wouldn't wish such a horrible death on anyone, especially in such an undignified way on an airport floor. That said, ingesting/inserting such large amounts of cocaine is tantamount to suicide, intended or otherwise. Odd that they couldn't get a doctor to him inside those 90 minutes though. I'd have expected airports to have had a plan by now rather than just leaving folk dotted around the concourse to die.
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|Politics / Re: Canada Under Attack By Jihadist by Feedmemore(f): 9:32pm On Oct 22, 2014|
We are governed by laws, not fascist cults like Islam. Religion has it's place so long as it does not try to project it's savage beliefs. Unfortunately with Islam, it poses a bigger threat than all the other religions combined. It appears they want the battle to come down to their dark ages way of life, vs our way of life. I'll quote an old school hardcore punk band, "I'll die on my feet. I won't live on my knees"--Life's Blood
|Politics / Re: This Is Denro Ishasi Road In Ojodu-akute Ogun State by Feedmemore(f): 10:50pm On Oct 21, 2014|
What da h....!!!!!
|European Football (EPL, UEFA, La Liga) / Re: UCL: Chelsea Vs NK Maribor FULL TIME:(6 - 0) by Feedmemore(f): 10:29pm On Oct 21, 2014|
That's 40 goals in a Champions League night then - a blockbusting record!
|European Football (EPL, UEFA, La Liga) / Re: UCL: Chelsea Vs NK Maribor FULL TIME:(6 - 0) by Feedmemore(f): 9:23pm On Oct 21, 2014|
Chelsea look like the only English side with a proper chance of winning the Champions League this season, solid in all departments.
|Politics / Re: Breaking news: Oscar Pistorius Has Been Sentenced To Five Years Imprisonment. by Feedmemore(f): 12:35pm On Oct 21, 2014|
Has anyone else noticed the irony in that manslaughter can also be read as 'mans laughter'. I bet Oscar will be laughing too as he's literally got away with murder. Ten months in a prison hospital what a joke. RIP beautiful Reeva.
|Health / Re: Texas College Rejects Nigerian Applicant Over Ebola by Feedmemore(f): 12:24pm On Oct 21, 2014|
What do you want me to say sweety?
Ok, here you go, America is one of the most insular, inward looking countries in the world. Most of the population have never been out of the County they were born in never mind the State. Only something like 20% have passports.
It's the panic and those propagating it that will bring down this country, not the actual even itself. Mark my words.
I think pretty soon the phrase "abundance of caution" is going to become a synonym for "act completely irrational."
Are those good enough?
|Health / Re: Texas College Rejects Nigerian Applicant Over Ebola by Feedmemore(f): 8:17am On Oct 20, 2014|
Americans, you just have to love their consistent hysteria, bless them.
|Foreign Affairs / Re: Poor Uk. The British Justice System Is a Joke. My Opinion. by Feedmemore(f): 8:32pm On Oct 15, 2014|
It's manslaughter yes, but he should have coped a minimum of 15yrs, it will serve as deterrent to violent thugs who think they can get away with murder.
Five years for a man's life? That's pathetic to say the least. A life sentence for his family and friends. Two children left fatherless. If we can't keep thugs like this locked up for life, then at least hit them in the pocket and make them pay either directly into the family's fund or into a community fund for the victims of violence - for the rest of their lives. People are pursued by the Courts to pay child maintenance when they separate, but if the separation is permanent and irrevocable and no fault of the parents involved but that of a third party, some similar ruling should apply when they are the victims of violence that takes away a contributor to the family's finances.
|Nairaland / General / Re: Enterprenuer To Sell Ebola.com Domain For $150,000 by Feedmemore(f): 7:05pm On Oct 14, 2014|
Sleazy opportunist i would say, but i guess the capitalist will call it smart business. Well, that is the world we live in today, everything is about money.
|Nairaland / General / Enterprenuer To Sell Ebola.com Domain For $150,000 by Feedmemore(f): 7:01pm On Oct 14, 2014|
Jon Schultz is a cigarette-thin man who will, upon requests for a photograph, don a ruby robe and strike a regal pose. Schultz is a businessman and he wants to look good. There’s money to be made everywhere — even off tragedy and disaster. For the right kind of entrepreneur, Shultz said Monday night, calamity affords a very unique business opportunity. And Schulz, merchant of disease domains, is that kind of entrepreneur.
Name a disease, and there’s a chance Schultz owns it. He has birdflu.com. He has H1N1.com. He has one for the deadly mosquito-borne disease, Chikungunya, and another for Marburg. And finally, there’s the jewel of his trove. Ebola.com, which Schultz bought in 2008 for $13,500.
The time for the payout has arrived. Schultz wants $150,000 for Ebola.com — a price he thinks is more than reasonable. “According to our site meter, we’re already doing 5,000 page views per day just by people typing in Ebola.com to see what’s there,” said Schultz, who monitors headlines the way brokers watch their portfolios, to gauge his domain’s worth. “We’re getting inquiries every day about the sale of it. I have a lot of experience in this sort of domain business, and my sense is that $150,000 is reasonable.”
|Autos / Re: Man Buys Land Inherits Secret Barn Full Of Cars Worth $35M by Feedmemore(f): 5:10pm On Oct 10, 2014|
I understand, and yes i like money, but don't tell me you hate money, otherwise that will be an express lie from the devils armpit. Lol
|Autos / Re: Man Buys Land Inherits Secret Barn Full Of Cars Worth $35M by Feedmemore(f): 4:57pm On Oct 10, 2014|
My taste in music? What are you trying to conjure?
|Family / Re: Nairaland Lost A Member Yesterday Evening ( Pics ) by Feedmemore(f): 10:33am On Oct 10, 2014|
Op, is he the same dude as NSK 1son?
|Autos / Re: Man Buys Land Inherits Secret Barn Full Of Cars Worth $35M by Feedmemore(f): 10:15am On Oct 10, 2014|
He should check properly, there might be some cash stash secretly in a coven inside the barn.
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|Politics / Re: CAN President Asari Dokubo And Muhammaed Yusuph(boko_haram) In Group Pictures by Feedmemore(f): 8:07pm On Oct 09, 2014|
Ewwwww! You are such a sweetheart only if.... I repeat only if.
I'm sorry too if my post offended you.
|Politics / Re: CAN President Asari Dokubo And Muhammaed Yusuph(boko_haram) In Group Pictures by Feedmemore(f): 7:52pm On Oct 09, 2014|
Thanks for the compliment anyway, that is the only reasonable thing you said up there.
|Politics / Re: CAN President Asari Dokubo And Muhammaed Yusuph(boko_haram) In Group Pictures by Feedmemore(f): 3:02pm On Oct 09, 2014|
I like your input on the politic board, but sometimes you can be an irritant, bootlicker and delirious jihadist to boot. Look beyond party politics and call a spade a spade when you see one.
|Celebrities / Re: EXCLUSIVE: Aye Dee, Man Behind Linda's Blog’s Fall, Speaks ,Says I Warned Her by Feedmemore(f): 2:54pm On Oct 09, 2014|
Plagiarism is a big offense in the western world, but people in the 3rd world take it lightly. If you must use other people's content seek permission otherwise you would be pursued in law court.
|Health / Re: Nigerian Passengers Cancel Us,europe Trips Over Ebola by Feedmemore(f): 5:47am On Oct 09, 2014|
This is getting interesting, never knew a day like this will come.
|Religion / Re: If God Knew That Adam And Eve Would Sin, Why Did He Create Them? by Feedmemore(f): 10:08am On Oct 08, 2014|
Very Good question, i have been pondering same since I knew my right from left.
Waiting for our fellow brethren to answer this.
|European Football (EPL, UEFA, La Liga) / If It Continued... (chelsea V Arsenal) My God!!!! I'm Roflmao by Feedmemore(f): 4:31pm On Oct 07, 2014|
Chelsea's 2-0 win over Arsenal was both entirely predictable and laced with surprises. Arsene Wenger's failure to beat Jose Mourinho's Chelsea in 12 attempts reduced the professorial manager to a level of frustration that resulted in him shoving his counterpart, who himself once poked a rival in the eye. It was an act of helpless desperation befitting Arsenal's fortunes against big clubs in general and Chelsea in particular over recent years.
Despite the definitiveness of the result, it still feels necessary to ask, "What if it continued?"
97' — Wenger declares that it's "opposite day" and a loss actually counts as a win, so Mourinho is really losing and he also smells bad.
101' — Rafa Benitez attempts to buy a ticket for the next flight to London so he can shove Mourinho without getting punished for it, as well.
108' — Diego Costa scores again because two goals are better than one and he's not playing for Spain.
114' — With Thibaut Courtois at a local hospital and Petr Cech replacing him in goal, Mark Schwarzer fears that he might be called upon to play at some point this season and won't have the time to read all of the Game of Thrones books as he had planned.
120' — Wenger pokes himself in the eye and claims Mourinho did it to him and that he's blind now and that Mourinho should go to jail for it and none of his results against Arsenal should ever count. Assistant manager Steve Bould moves several seats away from Wenger only because "the sun was in [his] eyes."
125' — Danny Welbeck politely asks Chelsea's defenders to play more like Galatasaray's so he can continue to be the next Thierry Henry.
129' — Mourinho stares at Wenger and repeats "Arsene...Arsene...Arsene" in an effort to drive him completely insane. Wenger begins to eat his own necktie.
133' — Mesut Ozil continues to go easy on his beloved former manager by playing the exact same way he does in every other match.
137' — John Terry and Jack Wilshere start a club for widely disliked footballers. They inaugurate it by calling each other every racial slur they can think of.
141' — Referee Martin Atkinson wonders if anyone has realized that he accidentally dropped his red card in the toilet before the match and was unwilling to fish it out.
144' — Diego Costa scores once more because three goals are better than two and he's still not playing for Spain.
149' — Finally accepting that all flights to London are sold out, Rafa Benitez resigns himself to going home and poking needles into the doll he made out of Mourinho's hair, as he does every Sunday.
152' — The match is abandoned when Wenger snaps upon seeing that Cesc Fabregas — the disloyal genius he refused to take back — has as many assists as Arsenal's entire team this season. He charges at Mourinho like a giraffe that has been mistakenly included in the running of the bulls. Mourinho lets the attack unfold without fighting back, delighted that he has elicited such unseemly fury. Once Wenger has tired himself out and finally accepted that he will never beat the man he sees as the human embodiment of everything he stands against, he cries. And Mourinho cries. And they cry together, holding each other as the world around them disappears. Wenger feels reborn as a meaningful connection is forged and all of the old animosity melts away. Then Mourinho whispers, "Now more than ever you are a specialist in failure." Wenger bites him so viciously that even Luis Suarez finds it appalling. And Mourinho couldn't be happier.
Culled from Dirty tackle
|European Football (EPL, UEFA, La Liga) / Re: Chelsea Vs Arsenal (2 - 0) On 5th October 2014 by Feedmemore(f): 4:35pm On Oct 05, 2014|
Laurent Koscielny had no option for the penalty. Hazard turned on Maradona mode and begged to be brought down. Koscielny complied.
|Politics / Re: BREAKING: Another Liberian Man Arrives Newark, USA With Ebola Symptoms by Feedmemore(f): 8:38pm On Oct 04, 2014|
What is wrong with this Liberians, i think the while country should be quarantine ASAP. The international community should step in and help them stop the spread of this Ebola virus, else they will contaminate the world.
|Politics / Re: What Texas Can Learn Frm Nigeria Wen It Comes 2 Containing Ebola-washington Post by Feedmemore(f): 8:34pm On Oct 04, 2014|
Nigeria Great country, great people.
Even the world knows this, it is only our so called political leaders that are the real enemy of progress we have. But we will surly get it right.
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