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chit-chat / Re: Daily Ramadan
« on: August 22, 2009, 06:33:17 AM »

Ai ingaya maka yau da ido na ga wata, in the early minutes of maghrib, i've never seen the moon a day prior to the beginning of ramadan until yesterday. Funny enough, akwai wani dan ganin wata on my street, mallamin almajirai ne, traditionally, he starts his azumi after 3 days, to today i was watching him starring at the moon. With wonder with his Koro koro eyes lol.


Salam, facebooking is cool. You can use it in so many positive ways, and just like Fateez, i like it because it helped me reconnect with old pals of mine. And i think its the coolest communication tool on ground, you pass info as quickly as possible for a cheap prize.

From time to time, i reveiw my friendlist and remove innactive friends that dont communicate at all. In fact, i would not add you if i know we would not be corresponding.

Almost everybody you know might be on facebook today, that makes it so much easier to do zumunci, it reduces a lot of stress.

Some people feel that they dont like publicity others feel it's a tool to collect peoples data for the western superpower global control, while some feel its "Yahudanci" in the making but hey, you can control what you put up there, hell you can be incogneto if you want like some people do. They register with fake aliases and upload abstract pictures.

For the issue of distroying people's relationship, well, all i can say is people are diverse. Some are highly emotional while others are not. Some don't even give a damn what you do online. I also think it depends on how we value relationships and how honest we are, and also with what intention we registered on the site.

« on: August 13, 2009, 02:49:05 PM »

Lol..Uhm! Husnaa, you are being too cynical, some people dont just mind you know, anyway thanks for the heads-up!

« on: August 06, 2009, 05:45:57 AM »
DB is just getting back at me because i actually caught him shuffling between Maiduguri and Damaturu in a quite funny but yet suspicious and unusual manner, besides, my Blackberry dream has nothing to do with his taunting allegations, its just!

chit-chat / Re: On The Couch
« on: August 06, 2009, 05:36:02 AM »

Yes o! I'm done with it for about a month ago. Yeah, i've got plenty of time, unfortunately very little or no power to enjoy it. The Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince is crazy, i just saw the preview. Husnaa, i'm recommending Brad Pitt's The Curious Case Of Benjamin Button. I know you'll love it.

« on: August 05, 2009, 06:47:32 AM »
did you notice that our chit chat moderator is always absent
from the forum? ha, oya make una open una eye well well.
after the guy go serve in country for damaturu, he was sent
to teach in one old secondary school, kai this is not what the
moderator wants - something lucrative like been the admin
of jigawa informatics or taking a two year contract work with
any of this giant young generation banks - and the bobo wan
marry as soon as practicable - but he no wan chop beans o.

so, in order to make end meets, our former moderator has a
new business in damaturu, a very lucrative one - watch out
for our moderator in action a KAFA HOTUNA.

Kai DB lol, are you sure? Your informant has been feeding you lies o! What's your evidence?

chit-chat / Re: On The Couch
« on: August 05, 2009, 06:38:36 AM »
Goga, which HP are you talking about? Half Blood Prince?

I saw a string of movies, the one's i'm really hooked on is an award winning horror movie, Drag Me To Hell. Most scariest horror movie of the year. Its a must see.

I also laid my hands on a leaked copy of X-Men Origins:Wolverine. Even as a leaked copy, your mind will be blown away. Gaskiyya Hugh Jackman yayi kokari.

One very interesting drama i loved is Brad Pitt's The Curious Case Of Benjamin Button. Very interesting indeed.

And as for animations, well, i saw Pixar's latest work 'Up'. It's really funny.

For comedies, i watched Jim Carries 'Yes Man'. That guy is still as nutty as his Dumb and Dumber days. I love the movie.

Now the 'crazy must see' that i haven't laid my hands on are: Transformers II: Revenge Of The Fallen, Fast and Furious 4, and Ice Age 3:Dawn Of The Dinosaur.

chit-chat / Re: How are you feeling today?
« on: August 05, 2009, 06:18:02 AM »
Salam everybody. Today i feel a bit hopeful, especially because the month of Ramadhan is fast approaching. It gives me hope. May Allah give us the chance to rip the bounties therein. Amin.

chit-chat / Re: Do you know that:
« on: July 22, 2009, 07:40:05 PM »
Do you know that today is Muhsin's birthday? Happy birthday my friend.

General Board / Danborno Has Lost His Dad.
« on: June 21, 2009, 06:10:52 PM »
This to inform the members of the forum that our favorite member Danborno has lost his Dad on Wednesday. I want to express my deepest regretr, may Allah grant him with Aljannatul Firddausi.

chit-chat / Re: On The Couch
« on: June 13, 2009, 07:48:15 PM »
You know Muhsin, what makes the Matrix (number 1) unique is that some of those special effects that u are so ready to dismiss were seen for the first time ever. Like the slow motion trajectory of  those bullets; or the combination of those digitally frozen and  mobile scenes; or those scenes where some one leaps in the air in  kung fu fashion and is perfectly frozen while the camera makes a 90  to 180 degree arc or thereabouts and then the scene is unfrozen while a high kick is delivered to an unfortunate victim. So dont diss it. It may be special effects, but by God we cant execute them given the time and space since we are not skilled in that area. So show some admiration where it is due.  8)

I almost had tears in my eyes when i was reading this and knowing it was coming from you, am honoured really, and to think that i actually watched the last fight between Neo and Smith in the Revolutions just this morning with all excitement.

General Board / Re: The revolutionary.............Blackberry Storm
« on: June 13, 2009, 07:31:49 PM »
Salamu alaikum,

The phone really says it all so see below for specs. For price or any other inquiries, mail me @



Available Features

    * Camera (3.2 MP)
    * Built-in GPS
    * Media Player
    * Video Recording
    * BlackBerry® Maps
    * Wireless Email
    * Organizer
    * Browser
    * Phone
    * Corporate Data Access
    * SMS/MMS

Size and Weight

4.43 inches (112.5 mm)

2.45 inches (62.2 mm)

0.55 inches (13.95 mm)

5.5 ounces (155 grams)

    * High resolution 480 x 360 pixel color display
    * Transmissive TFT LCD
    * Font size (user selectable)
    * Light sensing screen
    * Supports over 65,000 colors
    * Screen Size: 3.25 inches (diagonally measured)

Camera & Video Recording

    * Camera: 3.2 MP camera with auto flash, auto focus, 2x digital zoom
    * Video Camera: Depending on the amount of built-in memory available for use, a third-party microSD card may need to be properly inserted into the BlackBerry smartphone to enable the video recording feature

Battery & Battery Life

    * Standby time: 15 days (356 hours)
    * Talk time: 6 hours
    * 1400 mAhr removable/rechargeable cryptographic lithium cell

GPS & BlackBerry Maps

    * Stand-alone and assisted GPS
    * Preloaded with BlackBerry Maps

Data Input & Navigation

    * SurePress™ touch screen
    * On screen keyboard: portrait SureType® and Multi-tap, QWERTY landscape
    * Dedicated keys: Send, End, Menu, Return

Voice Input & Output

    * 3.5mm stereo headset capable
    * Integrated earpiece/microphone
    * Built-in speakerphone
    * Bluetooth® v2.0 enabled; mono/stereo headset, handsfree

Media Player

    * Video format support: MPEG4 H.263, MPEG4 Part 2 Simple Profile, H.264, WMV
    * Audio format support: MP3, AAC, AAC+, eAAC+, WMA, WMA ProPlus

Ringtones & Notifications

    * Polyphonic/MIDI ringtones
    * MP3 ringtones
    * Vibrate mode
    * LED indicator


    * Bluetooth® v2.0; mono/stereo headset, handsfree, phone book access profile, and serial port profile supported

Device Security

    * Password protection and screen lock
    * Sleep mode
    * Support for AES or Triple DES encryption when integrated with BlackBerry® Enterprise Server
    * FIPS 140-2 Compliant (FIPS Validation in Progress)
    * Optional support for S/MIME


    * Expandable memory – support for microSD™ card
    * 1GB onboard memory
    * 128 MB Flash (flash memory)

Wireless Networks

    * UMTS/HSPA: 2100 MHz
    * North America: 850 MHz GSM®/GPRS networks
    * North America: 1900MHz GSM/GPRS networks
    * Europe/Asia Pacific: 1800MHz GSM/GPRS networks
    * Europe/Asia Pacific: 900MHz GSM/GPRS networks
    * Dual-Band: 800/1900 MHz CDMA/Ev-DO networks

Mallam Alhaji Aminu, i have always admired a Blackberry, i will get one when i do become a!

« on: May 07, 2009, 07:10:14 AM »
Gossip with names...uhm...more interesting. Recently, i got news that our only babarbare member has been shuffling from Borno to Yobe to respond to some domestic responsibilities. Our very close source promise to disclose the actual activities by next weekend.

chit-chat / Sweden Legalises Same-sex Marriage!
« on: April 11, 2009, 04:21:09 PM »
A sign planted outside the Vermont capitol read, "Let Love Win." For gays and lesbians seeking the right to marry, it did.

The state House on Tuesday narrowly achieved the votes necessary to override Gov. Jim Douglas' veto of a bill that allowing gays and lesbians to marry beginning Sept. 1.

The vote unleashed cheers and whistles from the ban's opponents and capped a bitter battle that revisited the pain and division preceding Vermont's first-in-the-nation civil unions law nine years ago.

"We've shown that truth and fairness and justice and love are more powerful than one man's veto pen," said Beth Robinson, chairwoman of the Vermont Freedom to Marry Task Force.

With the 100-49 vote, Vermont became the fourth state to legalize gay marriage and the first to do so with a legislature's vote. The override passed the House by the slimmest possible margin — it needed 100 votes.

Robinson sat in the packed House chamber, keeping a tally as lawmakers called out "yes" or "no." When the last vote was recorded, she took off her glasses and wiped away tears.

"It's amazing to be a part of a civil rights movement and it's amazing to realize the power that people have to make a better world," she said later.

Gay marriage supporters outnumbered opponents at the Statehouse. A sea of yellow buttons that read "From legal rights to equal rights" were visible in the gallery.

Craig Bensen, a gay marriage opponent who had lobbied unsuccessfully for a nonbinding referendum on the question, listened to the voting from outside the chamber. He said he and his fellow opponents were massively outspent in their lobbying effort.

"Given everything that was marshaled against us and all the advantages that the other side had it's not necessary a resounding victory that the other side squeaked by like this," he said.

Both opponents and proponents of gay marriage predicted the measure would embolden activists in other states, particularly since it came from a popularly elected legislature. The three other states that currently allow same-sex marriage — Connecticut, Massachusetts and Iowa — were all moved to do so through the courts.

"What may give courage to other legislatures is that this legislature managed to do it," said Boston University law professor Linda McClain, an expert on family law and policy.

Bills to allow same-sex marriage are currently before lawmakers in New Hampshire, Maine, New York and New Jersey.

The District of Columbia City Council on Tuesday moved toward recognizing gay marriages performed in other states, although the measure is subject to a review by Congress.

Overseas, Sweden last week became the fifth European country to allow gay marriages, by a 261-22 vote in Parliament. They are also legal in the Netherlands, Norway, Belgium and Spain.

On Friday, Iowa's Supreme Court unanimously struck down that state's gay marriage ban, allowing same-sex couples to file for licenses beginning April 27 and wed as soon as April 30.

Bensen said he expected some Vermont lawmakers who supported gay marriage to be voted out, like in 2000 after the civil unions debate.

"We're hoping to change the character of the House and the Senate," he said.

Douglas called override "not unexpected." He had called the issue of gay marriage a distraction during a time when economic and budget issues were more important.

"What really disappoints me is that we have spent some time on an issue during which another thousand Vermonters have lost their jobs," the governor said Tuesday. "We need to turn out attention to balancing a budget without raising taxes, growing the economy, putting more people to work."

The Senate easily overrode the veto, 23-5, but it was a nail-biter in the House. The bill only had only 95 "yea" votes when it passed on Friday, but some changed their votes Tuesday.

Among those celebrating Tuesday were former state lawmaker Robert Dostis and his longtime partner, Chuck Kletecka. Dostis recalled efforts to expand gay rights dating to an anti-discrimination law passed in 1992.

"It's been a very long battle. It's been almost 20 years to get to this point," Dostis said. "I think finally, most people in Vermont understand that we're a couple like any other couple. We're as good and as bad as any other group of people."

Dostis said he and Kletecka would celebrate their 25th year together in September.

"Is that a proposal?" Kletecka asked.

"Yeah," Dostis replied. "Twenty-five years together, I think it's time we finally got married.

Horribly Disgusting"

« on: April 11, 2009, 03:39:33 PM »
When i was a kid i have had tones of favourite cars, from Benzes to Lexuses and so on. Sometimes it kept on changing with time and new productions being released, that made me realise that that was just a kids fantasy dreams on cars. Recently, (not really few weeks recently i'm talking about one year and half recently), i got this nitch for pegeut cars, and from the fleet i was able to get hooked mystically by the none other but the 307. i know it sounds crazy considering all the new futuristic cars rolling the streets nowadays, I dont know why i'm just so down for that particular car, its really a beauty in my eyes ofcourse. The love for the car has stuck up with me for a considerable amount of time now, and that made me reasilise that its has finally taking the spot for my dream car Insha Allah, i love it, my breath stops when i see one passing on the streets...especially a brand new black one, what can i do but to keep dreaming till i arrive and can afford!

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