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Hmmmm.............A hearty thank You and Nice one

But the blackman will never ever learn..........I have to ask are all the early Neanderthal's or cavemen in hell???

And why are there Wealthy Non Christians - Hindu, Jews, Muslims and Atheist on Gods green planet...Hmm

And to date no one as gone to heaven and come back yet ooo!!!

The fact of the matter is this - We all have only one life - so Live it and Enjoy it to the fullest.........End of

Heaven or Hell na HOPE!

You were referring to Neanderthals, I guess you are going too far. Start with Lazarus! Lazarus died and after 4 days Jesus rose him from the dead. Wetin Lazarus see? It's Lazarus that would have told us what happens after one dies. I doubt if Lazarus remembered what transpired within the 4 days that he was dead.
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Heaven or Hell na HOPE!

You were referring to Neanderthals, I guess you are going too far. Start with Lazarus! Lazarus died and after 4 days Jesus rose him from the dead. Wetin Lazarus see? It's Lazarus that would have told us what happens after one dies. I doubt if Lazarus remembered what transpired within the 4 days that he was dead.
Hmm............Not really if u check the Good book aka The Bible it states God made man in his image and he was pleased with his creation!!

But u right concerning Lazarus, he stated what he saw or if heaven is trully packed with Milk and Honezs
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Ah. So Obabolujo is back. It is almost time to exit the market then. If anyone had noticed, I reduce my activities when the bulls are around... (you know it takes a lot of time to count the loot) and increase it when the bears are on rampage (then there is little money to count).

I noticed
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In style and in substance, there was no hint of sophistication or cosmopolitanism in his responses to questions thrown at him. Why? How? Could it be that the snow and the temperature affected the President’s mind and disposition? Was it the long journey from Abuja to Switzerland? Was it the cold air, the food and the water? Or, maybe, the recent outbreak of flu epidemic caused him to miss his rhythms? Whatever it was, he looked bad. He was worse than President Olusegun Obasanjo. And that’s saying a lot because Obasanjo was terrible during one-on-one interviews. In a way, one could pardon the ex-general. He was not well-read. Jonathan, on the other hand, was a product of the well-respected University of Port Harcourt. And he is hyped as the first PhD holder to rule Nigeria. So, what went wrong?
Egbon Emma, that phrase get as e be o, I've seen transcript verification agencies that outrightly refuse to verify transcripts from said well respected institution. I've always wondered about the quality of their graduates as I dont know any.
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The same way we get more posts on SMN when there is a bull on custom street.
Those coming now are more likely to make less money than those of us who stuck it out. so.....
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Those coming now are more likely to make less money than those of us who stuck it out. so.....
Haba! those coming now will wait for 6-12months and make their own money too. Its a cycle.
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Heaven or Hell na HOPE!

You were referring to Neanderthals, I guess you are going too far. Start with Lazarus! Lazarus died and after 4 days Jesus rose him from the dead. Wetin Lazarus see? It's Lazarus that would have told us what happens after one dies. I doubt if Lazarus remembered what transpired within the 4 days that he was dead.
m.phys.org/_news67773542.html

Personally I believe in extra dimensions and if some folks choose to call that God, heaven, hell or Sesame street that's their choice, but the science of extra dimensions would hopefully get proven in my life time.
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Haba! those coming now will wait for 6-12months and make their own money too. Its a cycle.
how romantic, unfortunately they're buying as prices are rising and as such are a lot more likely to lose. Let's use ozone as an example, he refused to buy NEM at 0.53k yet placed an order at 0.79k and now NEM is taking a breather, would it rise? Maybe but even if it gets to N1 he only makes about 30% and if falls...., let's just hope it doesn't fall.
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Phys.Org Mobile: Scientists Predict How to Detect a Fourth Dimension of Space

Personally I believe in extra dimensions and if some folks choose to call that God, heaven, hell or Sesame street that's their choice, but the science of extra dimensions would hopefully get proven in my life time.
Confused? Pls Explain this Ur extra dimension is it a force or a begin?
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Those coming now are more likely to make less money than those of us who stuck it out. so.....
Agreed early bird eat the best.
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There have been several analyses of President Goodluck Jonathans interview with the CNN reporter, Christine Amanpour, such that, I, not a Jonathan fan by any fanciful stretch of the imagination, have wondered what the fuss is all about. Lets face it: the President is like dough without yeast; you can knead him all you want, hes not going to rise.
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Some even went to the extent of analysing the Presidents grammar; he spoke about electricity and remarked, the bulb will light. Well, his linguistic failing is no big deal. Most Nigerian pupils fail English language in the Senior Secondary Certificate Examination, and members of the National Youth Service Corps, we were told recently by the DG of NYSC, can barely write their own names. Mr. President, to me, merely (and thankfully) reflected an urgent social reality. And come to think of it, maybe he should resort to vocalising in Ijaw instead of speaking Ijawnglish? All he needs is an interpreter; his spin-doctors can sell it off as national pride.
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My own vexation is that he granted that interview.

A quick caveat: I intend to sound petulant in this piece; I have no apologies whatsoever for it.

Here is why: He was inappropriately dressed for the weather and even though the President of Nigeria, he stood outside in the snow like a schoolboy before an annoyed school maam. His entire demeanour was undignifying. Was the interview so impromptu they could not have prepared him properly? Why interview the Nigerian president in such circumstances?
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I was embarrassed when Diego Bunuel interviewed a pastor of the largest Pentecostal church in Nigeria who boasted they set up churches within five minutes walking distance from peoples homes because Nigeria, unlike the West, is a developing country where people do not have cars. The man admitted we are a country that invests in church buildings at the expense of enterprise.
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My impression is that these journalists are not really looking for insights but out to pillory Africans. You only need to critically read the artifices they plant in their visuals to understand it is more than journalism.

Can our people stop making themselves prey to such entertainment ploys? Of course, Amanpour is a serious journalist but I cannot shake off the feeling she knew all along that President Jonathan was a chicken, not table tennis egg, and was never going to bounce; the interview was to confirm to the world we are lost.
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I concluded that the President should stop giving interviews internationally because, really, it is a pointless exercise. He should keep the shame at home and restrict himself to the presidential media chat on NTAi (with their pretend international label) where the village style format enables him to parry questions, speak patronisingly to journalist-interviewers and even tell fibs with confidence. He should stop providing cheap entertainment and stay in the shadows.
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Some even went to the extent of analysing the Presidents grammar; he spoke about electricity and remarked, the bulb will light. Well, his linguistic failing is no big deal. Most Nigerian pupils fail English language in the Senior Secondary Certificate Examination, and members of the National Youth Service Corps, we were told recently by the DG of NYSC, can barely write their own names. Mr. President, to me, merely (and thankfully) reflected an urgent social reality. And come to think of it, maybe he should resort to vocalising in Ijaw instead of speaking Ijawnglish? All he needs is an interpreter; his spin-doctors can sell it off as national pride.
If I am to Judge I don't think GEJ english is bad though not wonderful.
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Some even went to the extent of analysing the Presidents grammar; he spoke about electricity and remarked, the bulb will light. Well, his linguistic failing is no big deal. Most Nigerian pupils fail English language in the Senior Secondary Certificate Examination, and members of the National Youth Service Corps, we were told recently by the DG of NYSC, can barely write their own names. Mr. President, to me, merely (and thankfully) reflected an urgent social reality. And come to think of it, maybe he should resort to vocalising in Ijaw instead of speaking Ijawnglish? All he needs is an interpreter; his spin-doctors can sell it off as national pride.
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