Okay now when I have the chance to watch all of it in one sitting I have to say it falls apart after the first minute

Okay now when I have the chance to watch all of it in one sitting, I have to say it falls apart after the first minute.
It went a bit viral but I dont like it. The acting for the wife is meh, the camerawork is quite good but the pacing is slow and the husband’s actions are just plain badly written. After the promising beginning it just kinda fell flat on its ass.
But yeah, its a huge leap for a real state business alright.

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Eugene Arhin writes I have just seen a statement which has been attributed to Daniel Batidam on the wall of Edudzi Kudzi Tameklo a lawyer and a member of the NDC

Eugene Arhin writes ,” I have just seen a statement, which has been attributed to Daniel Batidam, on the wall of Edudzi Kudzi Tameklo, a lawyer and a member of the NDC. Mr. Batidam is quoted to have said that “it took a Ghanaian leader (Akufo-Addo) to propose the erection of other statues to stand with the statue of Nkrumah at the AU Headquarters.”
I hope Mr. Batidam, the man who is alleged to have made this statement, would either come out to confirm that, indeed, the statement is his, or deny it categorically so as to preserve his own reputation.
For the avoidance of doubt, President Akufo-Addo has NEVER made any such proposal at any AU meeting. One would have hoped that after losing the 2016 election heavily, some elements of the NDC will abandon their modus operandi of peddling lies and untruths. I guess the saying, “a leopard cannot change its spots”, is true after all.”

It is a myth that internet will be fragmented

It is a myth that internet will be “fragmented”. Nobody can fragment and keep information hidden. If information is available to some people, people can make some tools to spread it! Such tools will be the new innovation. We in India could have pioneered such innovation! (Apart from software, I can even imagine someone innovating to make a multi-sim device that will allow you to connect to many service providers for free, making the whole internet free! Only imagination is the limit!)
It is 100% sure that in future America will allow non-neutral internet; they will also make appropriate software+hardware for it and sell it; we will follow them, buy their software/hardware, and do chatting and more “discussion”!

We are livestock people you don t have to understand us

We are livestock people – you don’t have to understand us. We know that all external medicine is either waterproof, blue or yellow. We have no problem eating a sandwich directly after mucking stalls. We know why a thermometer has to have a string attached to the end. We are not welcome in a laundromat. We can lower our voice instantly by 5 octaves to shout at the dog who has decided to stalk who only knows what. We would sooner quit a relationship than our hobby. We talk to our car to make it up the hill. We have better insurance for our ranch and animals than for our ourselves. We know more about our show animal’s diet than our own. We buy grain and hay before buying our own food. It is common to see us wearing barn clothes in public. And we know mucking a stable is the best cure for depression. We get along with most animals better than people. We are quick to lend a hand in a crisis. A new truck is a luxury car. More written words are scribbled in dirt than on paper. We will always make time for a friend. A hand shake is our bond.
Re-post if you are one of us 🙂

We are looking for a videographer who is available for our upcoming event in May

We are looking for a videographer who is available for our upcoming event in May!
We already have a person on our team who manages all of our video and recording at events. We just need an additional videographer to help him.
Since we host 3 events per year in Austin, TX, ideally we would find someone who would be available for all 3 events and would like to work with us long term.
If you are based in Austin that’s a bonus, we do not want to have to pay travel if we can avoid it.
If you or someone you know would be interested, please have them email hayley@charfen.com. Thanks!

Is there anything like a standard Nigerian accent

Is there anything like a standard Nigerian accent?
Absolutely yes but it is hard to find people who speak with Nigerian accent.
What does it mean to have a Nigerian accent?
It means that you pronounce words accurately, take note of proper stress placements for the words you use and allow your voice to have a little of the musicality that is associated with your indigenous language.
Do many Nigerians use the standard Nigerian accent?
No. Some of us often wallow in our ignorance and pronounce words the way we like. It is evident in how the Schwa can be mispronounced as 4 different vowel sounds depending on their location in words where they are found.
Do I think we can achieve a unified Nigerian accent?
Yes I believe we can. This can only happen if the aspect of oral English is taking seriously in all schools and the children are taught the system of pronunciation pretty well.
Do you think those who claim they speak with standard Nigerian accent often speak it well?
Some of those who claim to speak with standard Nigerian accent don’t speak it let alone speak it well. They only mispronounce words excessively and call it an accent. If you have followed my posts on Facebook, you would realise that our pronunciations are froth with errors and we often dismiss learning proper pronunciation. by saying English is not a measure of someone’s intelligence. I agree it is not, but learning a second language and understanding all the nuances associated with that language requires a level of brilliance to pull it off.
Who is the quintessential example of a Nigerian who speaks with a standard Nigerian accent that everyone should aspire to have?
It should be Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie.
She hardly mispronounces words. She sounds eloquent as well. I love to listen to her speak all day long. Somehow, she speaks and leaves room for one to know that she is Igbo. Native speakers have tagged her English ‘exotic’ And that is how beautiful Nigerian accent is expected to sound with little error or no error in pronunciations.
If you need a standard to follow, use Chimamanda as a standard. Listen to her being interviewed in this video. Compare what she says to what you say. That is how far off you are from speaking with the standard NIgerian accent.
By the way, the standard Nigerian accent is based on the Received Pronunciation (BBC pronunciation)
You can help yourself by learning how to speak with so much clarity so you can communicated effectively.
I am King Ifey and I love to see you prosper

This is a very serious challenge to Darwinism and old earth Creationism

This is a very serious challenge to Darwinism and old-earth Creationism. If most species are so old, then why is their mitochondrial DNA so young? DNA that does not affect the species (junk DNA, phenotypically neutral DNA) should mutate at 1% per million years. But 90% of species have only variations of 0.1% within their species. Mitochondrial DNA is so similar among all humans, that it is unreasonable to posit that our MRCA (most recent common ancestors- mitochondrial Eve and her husband) lived more than 100,000 or 200,000 years ago. The same is true for 90% of the animal species in the world. This fits with Genesis chapter 1 and with the flood of Noah.

As children we were often taught to deny certain emotions that made the adults in our lives uncomfortable

“As children, we were often taught to deny certain emotions that made the adults in our lives uncomfortable. “Stop that crying!” “Fix your face!” “Watch your attitude!” And don’t you ever have the audacity to get angry about something. Because anger is disrespectful. Anger is a prelude to violence.
“You need to smile more. You look so much better when you smile.”
Our developing brains were often pressured and even threatened into the unrealistic expectation of regulating our feelings according to standards set by adults who wanted to control us. Adults who demanded obedience. Adults who didn’t want to take responsibility for triggering the pain they caused in the first place.
“This pain won’t kill you, it will only make you stronger.” They expected us to emerge from childhood blazoned by the fire of suffering, as tempered steel. Joy and gratitude are supposed to be the only emotions on your spectrum.
And now we’re adults who sometimes don’t know what to do with sadness and anger because we were so effectively trained to divorce ourselves from these intimate feelings. We fear them. Try to turn them off. Deny them. Refuse to wrap words around them. And in moments of grief and loss, we actually believe these very natural feelings are stalkers determined to make us kill ourselves.
But anger and tears are gifts. Submit to them. Let them baptize you. They will help you exorcise the pain and rage and then you will discover that other emotions and liberating possibilities will spring forth.
#UniversityoftheHeart ❤️” – Stacey Patton

Jesus went on to make these comments If you re honest in small things you ll be honest in big things If you re a crook in small things you ll be a crook in big things

Jesus went on to make these comments: If you’re honest in small things, you’ll be honest in big things; If you’re a crook in small things, you’ll be a crook in big things. If you’re not honest in small jobs, who will put you in charge of the store? No worker can serve two bosses: He’ll either hate the first and love the second Or adore the first and despise the second. . .
Luke 16:10‭-‬13 MSG