Archive for May, 2007

PLease dont look at her breasts!

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lost Biashara

For the past two or so years I have religiously, streamed music from a certain Kenyan website that has great music here is the link of the Player http://www.mofayahsounds.com/music/wimpy.php . I really penda this website because they got the finest mix out there. Ive hosted house parties using only this stream since I all I needed was to have my house entertainment system hooked to my laptop and I the whole evening would simply be fabulous it is as if ive hired a DJ since the music blends from hip-hop to reggae to Lingala to genge. So Jana. I wanted to buy some of their CD’S or download so that i can have permanent copies. In addition, guess what cuts …their shop link does not work! http://www.mofayahsounds.com/ I ve tried emailing them but no one responds. Now there goes $ 40 or so dollars from an interested and faithful customer. I am now at the mercies of having to go stream online or go to FM, which is not funny.

what is love ?

anyone who partied in the mid90’s recalls this song by haddaway what is love ?

now let me see what is love ?Love is a temporary madness. It erupts like an earthquake and then subsides. And when it subsides you have to make a decision. You have to work out whether your roots have become so entwined together that it is inconceivable that you should ever part. Because this is what love is. Love is not breathlessness, it is not excitement, it is not the promulgation of promises of eternal passion. That is just being “in love” which any of us can convince ourselves we are.

Love itself is what is left over when being in love has burned away, and this is both an art and a fortunate accident.

zeze … recall this song by TID.. Yeah reminds ALOT about a life well lived in the past

Going back to Jamhuri

Been wondering,why is it that most guys out here in the US , do not intend to come and settle back home, atleast not in they’re foreseable future. I have buddies who have been out here for years, most have never go back home ,others do not intend to and coming back .to them, is some distant dream.Enaff of my pals living here in US l have told me time and again that if one has a good and progressive career going on for him back home then there is no point in trying to look for greener pastures in the US. They go on about how life is hard, stds of living are high and stuff but returning back jamhuri is not an option at all. This doesn’t make much sense to many people does it ?

There are p’ple who have left very good jobs in Kenya to go to states and do some crazy jobbos. All in the name of being in states. Now that does not make sense to me. There is a doctor who now works in a grocery store. A senior civil servant who now drives a taxi cab. A former dilomat who now works in a nursing home. i personall beliece that most of us do plan on to going home, just not right away Why? Jamaas have to finish their schooling ( some takes 10 yrs to do it.) Others just wanna make money b4 comming home. Others just don’t wanna come home coz they wachad shule kitambo sana.Others just have a lifestyle that they cant get in kenya. The reasons are as varied as can get!

personally i can say that After being in the States for some relatively long-short time( depending who is looking at my data ), I am yet to meet a ‘serious’ Kenyan who expects to live out the rest of his days abroad. Most of the guys I know with degrees or even with Ivy leaugue educations, or who work on Wall street (or the City), recognise the limitations the States imposes on their ambitions. True, the money maybe great, but alot of guys want more out of life. For instance unlimited progression up the career ladder and a feeling of self fulfilment. As a foreigner, even with a ‘green card’, there will exist a glass ceiling. I think thats why alot of people after a while consider it in their best interests to go back home with the hope of realizing their potential that is untapped abroad.

I think that while the States may seem like greener pastures, Kenya just has an unbelievable amount of potential and I intend to make the most of it. Being in the States has been a great experience that I would not trade for anything but it’s always been a temporary thing for me. I feel that I belong in Kenya and every time I go back, I don’t want to leave. Despite all the issues in Kenya, I have this peace and contentment when I’m there and that tells me that’s my home. But this is what works for me and I am not suggesting that there is something wrong with choosing to stay here. I just find it really sad that I have to justify my desire to go back to Kenya to so many of the Kenyans I’ve met here. It’s my home. Why do I need a reason to go home?

Well, I can only speak for myself….I do plan to come back to Africa. Why do people in Kenya think everyone in the states never plans to go back or works a lousy job? Kenyans in the states have different goals and it will take varying times to accomplishg what they want but majority do miss home and more than one can imagine plan to go back. I do really want to go back home and I will. I know there is all this negative stuff going on at home but I also know that the situation is not completely hopeless. I do know lots and lots of people who are doing really well there and I believe I can do the same.

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michuki are you serious ?????????????????????

Mr Michuki said the Government was treating the killings as a crime and
criticised the media for blaming them on Mungiki.

“Are you sure it’s Mungiki?” asked Mr Michuki According to him, describing the attackers as Mungiki was turning what is basically criminal into politics.


Then he beats a fuckin retreat and says … “We will follow them up even if they go to Nakuru or Laikipia and other places. This is a war. We are going to fight. Take it from me it (the sect) is going to be contained.”

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michuki ???? you lost us there

What if The south Had won the war ?

Here’s a hypothetical question: what would the world be like if the Confederate States won the Civil War? What if slavery still existed? What would America be like? Well, the answer to these questions and more are in this 2005 Mock-u-mentary: The Confederate States of America. It’s produced by Spike Lee.and The film plays like a real documentary being aired during fictional times in the event that america was under the a racial law .(complete with racial advertisements).

For some, it is so outrageous but its Definitely a must see for everyone remotely interested.