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chit-chat / Re: Hello Member
« on: August 20, 2008, 09:02:30 PM »
Everyone knows little compare to the history, present or talk more the future. What one knows most is about himself and his community. Yet, the community carries a lot which even death can not reveal. Decision making is proven to be the toughest execution a human can do, but many are yet to know that their decision are tough. Many take decisions merely as words to say. Looking down to it, one finds decision making like the game of chess, with only difference of timing. What you do today will be your history, present and your future. It has been my prayers to have the gadget of this world and hereafter. People live a life with the consent of that which hurt them, but what hurt others is barely a drama of entertainment to others. That humanity has forgotten the sense of humane to live a life called civilization! Yes the meaning is a thing to uphold, but why does it hurt our living? The primary basis of civilization has its way of retreating the unity of localization and treating it as a global issue. This eliminates a lot of vital sensible aspect of localization unity. I am Joshua Abraham, a forty two year old citizen of Nigeria and from the main nerve of Plateau, the city of Jos. Before now I was a lecturer in the University of Jos lecturing Sociology …oh I love sociology. Although I wanted to be a doctor but as destiny may have it I ended up being a Sociologist, thanks to my mother. At first I hated it, but I came across a man of integrity and provenance of sane. Dr. Ambrose Hyacinth, whew…, you sure could like to have his company on a daily basis without being tired or bored of his essentials of life. Slim, tall and fair in facial appearance. He has a sound deep voice, that when he speaks the words from his mouth move in one sound but all directions. He hardly will utter more than fifty words to have your attention. When we sociologists talk of human manufacturers, we do not mean God. We talk of people like Dr. Hyacinth, who God has given the supremacy in controlling the wisdom of speech. People like Dr. Hyacinth would in few second implant new ideas into your head. My first contact with Dr. Hyacinth was my first lecture in the University of Nigeria Nsuka. As a fresh man, I had the vanity being in the University. The way I walk, talk and more especially when I notice women. During my days in the College, I was told that College is the hardest, that once I’m through and find myself in the free world of higher institutions, I will rest. So, I and all my colleagues thought that the University was a stress free zone. But stress free zone to only those who don’t know their pains, but when they realize their pains, it would sometimes last forever. Feeling like matured already, Nusa and I walked into the lecture hall looking up to the crowd. I had my afro then, sure the ladies loved it. Sincerely if given the chance again to walk into that hall once more as a fresh man like those days, my appearance and attitude would surely change, though I thank God for it, it was my character at that moment that Dr. Hyacinth picked me. The hall was still noisy when we walked through. Almost everyone had one or two people chatting with. I noticed some girls or rather ladies, forgive my manners, in the front sit. Extremely left in the front of the hall was a stand, where I noticed a man standing. He was silent while everyone was going about his activities. We were in the hall fifteen minutes before the lecture hour though, who could have ever thought that a lecturer would come in that early. I walked close to speak to those ladies, though I was scared, but I wanted to prove to Nusa I had the capabilities to talk to ladies. Almost to the young beautiful ladies, the middle aged man standing in the extreme left of the hall cleared his throat which made me loose my balance. I held the table before me and focus to the man as he walked on the stage. The hall slowly but surely came to silence in no time. ‘You are all welcome to your first class’ he said, ‘I’m Dr. Hyacinth Ambrose, your lecturer and HOD, meaning head of department. Every academic year I have a new life, I get my new life in my first class with fresh Students. Today my new life has begun, some of you might not realize what I mean, but for those of you, not only those that are in Sociology as major, all of you, your minds will guide you to the answers of your questions some day. Some of you think you are not meant to be here, but as you assume some characters of which you barely know, but because you are in an institution. I’ll leave you to that, the end of your stay in the University of Nigeria, Nsuka, will guide your mind in justifying if you are meant or not.’

chit-chat / Re: Hello Member
« on: August 19, 2008, 08:56:52 PM »
Members, thank you for your patience, I forgot to tell you while I was away in the bush, I came across this old man who shared a story with me. Today, I’ll begin sharing with you all. Along the way comments well justify the ends.
I’ll start posting the story the old man shared with me in bits so that the comments we get can bring about the actualization of project ALFA.
The story is in two faces, it all started with a man who ended up losing his family and found himself visiting the psychoanalysis center, and from there he heard a remorse story of sanity or vanity. A story untold until now, the true texture and ingredient preserve until this day.  A young man after toil of life found his true love, a good well paid job… finally settling to make peace with his successful makings in life… have this to say, “…oh, comfort is just another word in dictionary. I have wrong none… I guess my comfort is in the world to come” He died at 28... never knowing what a woman is!

chit-chat / Re: Hello Member
« on: August 16, 2008, 09:43:53 PM »
Dear members,
Sorry for the late posting of our project topic. I was snatched away to a highly classified bush for sprite investigation on our new project. Due to the fact about individual interest on our project, my fellow members, vestiges casual visitors and honorable members of the PROJECT ALFA board, its my pleasure and honor you have given me to bring forth, the forth coming project ALFA topic. “Sanity or Vanity” I look forward awaiting a remarkable story everyone happily involved.

chit-chat / Re: Hello Member
« on: June 20, 2008, 07:40:52 PM »
i guess i'm all setup.
i'm these two  given this assignment to do vuluntry
1. Circle of tears
2. Sanity or Vanity (sov)

i now need ideas to build a sulid story on the two. now i bed the board to bring above the story and lets build it all
together. may be can one day look back and smile, having in mind k-ner

chit-chat / Re: Kano Babes na Wa O!
« on: June 19, 2008, 10:28:45 PM »
Haloha, I’ll first asked if Muda was strike b4 dis post, then I move forwarded recommending zezezee with the exception of few of her statements during the March 20, 2004 post, its been awhile to dig dis far. Zezezee, power, money and fame control site events, but what true men can give is loyalty, and that command respect even in the graves. I agree with u its now a global issues thanks to the new world order of technology. Again lets not narrow our topic on kano gals thou u started with kano, lets try kaduna… hav u ever had the sentence ‘yaro kafi ubanka’. Now let me correct ajingi, thou our elders have not witness such, but then horses where the main rides then. Gogannaka u’re spoke quite well trying to know the problem.
Hafsa-lady, I know trying to deny a harmless crime is difficult, simply admitting it wont cus a thing in a situation like this. But try and make men understand the role de play. I know of few guys who have the pledge of married or relationship with the following conditions
     1. sai da mato
     2. da gida
     3. da jari
And moreover y is it guys have treatment level on personality. Cud one not just be himself. Far back then, we kind of the desert, lion of the desert, these are all hero. I agree that honour, men should seek for, but our today problem is that men have lost the path of getting honour. Mistaking oppression for honour has brought the soft heart gals blind. If Asmaa’s husband could not buy her lace while badariya husband got her ten lace which she gave two out. How on earth could asmau feel. But bringing to mind fingers are not equal, patience, loyalty and peace shall prevail in that home.
Remember in any action there most be a reaction. Honour has lost its path, oppress once, you shall be oppressed ten times I guess.
 I quote my lovely long ‘ relationship sud not depend on money and luxurie, it depends on what matters from d inside’
Hum basic requirement… dez r all man made problem and can be solve manenically

Let me make one tin clear where problem start is where a lady 4gets her role in the community, I am not saying de r ment to be in the kitchen, no ladys are men helpers, and men should be glad and appreciate them   
I bliv if we could be a bit more honest to ourslve we could earn loyalty.

chit-chat / Re: Hello Member
« on: June 19, 2008, 01:41:06 AM »
i can see we r cooking

chit-chat / Hello Member
« on: June 18, 2008, 11:08:42 PM »
Hello members, it’s been awhile. A community is here and as home one sure does miss it. I’m working on something I lost direction or rather ideas. I was told by an old man that when ever you lose track go back to the basis. I’m here to share and get ideas from my long good fellows. Let me know who and who are willing to help, I shall present my topic for public option

« on: February 10, 2007, 06:39:55 PM »
Honestly I'm pleased to read your post. May Allah continue to bless you and family.

chit-chat / Kowa ya bar gida….
« on: February 10, 2007, 06:26:39 PM »
To sit alone amused
To have a long deep sights
To feel belonging
One must be reminiscing the good times

To appreciate the community
To know how well it has come
To feel sad
One must be feeling guilty not there while the baby became the mother

To feel happy
To foresee more in the future
To move like the moves
Is better late than never and unity stills uphold.

I salute you all noble able members. These will be a house I’ll never leave again

chit-chat / Why 'O Why???
« on: September 13, 2004, 10:51:24 PM »
more of that to widen our knowings pls,
may Allah reward u....

chit-chat / Looking for a wife
« on: September 13, 2004, 10:46:55 PM »
hey men, i got you a fine and sincer person, she i use to love but i have never pronounce to her, i keep on as a friend but if u want to marry her, for real tax free call mail me and i send you info or rahter pictures, this i will do courtesy KN online

chit-chat / Looking for a wife
« on: September 13, 2004, 10:43:06 PM »
FARI where are thou, sahib, u r dam right the ladies are know known as judas4real. i see i just recovered from one of the most sacking thing in life, cus of women, so to be part and play with out getting hurt, like him for aure, men we need prayers.

chit-chat / Looking for a wife
« on: September 10, 2004, 12:42:26 AM »
Men I forgot to ask, where are all the lady ne? wont they compensate before we go seek out? Come ladies, come out where every u are, cos if we go, no coming back?..  

chit-chat / Looking for a wife
« on: September 10, 2004, 12:22:29 AM »
Hey hey, you called on wife, did you say my second name? I cant wait to get married, do you know how happy I use to be when I hear or see a young man wanting to get married?
Men I sure do wish you luck, lots of it, more of it, in short plenty of it??

chit-chat / Roll call where is...
« on: September 10, 2004, 12:09:34 AM »
and who are you kanolicious ? another munir's?

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