Re: Speak for yourself, you uncle
Posted By: rasi In Response To: Re: Speak for yourself, you uncle *LINK* (of ma'at)
Date: Thursday, 20 October 2011, at 1:16 p.m.
In Response To: Re: Speak for yourself, you uncle *LINK* (of ma'at)
we used to say this in the EC...
"im rubber ur glue - every thing u say to me bounce off me and back to u..."
"Karibkween was right about the usage of the word INTERVENTION. And you then posted the definition of it and it corroborated her usage..."
My point wa intervention/response are similar words...and this was referenced by me b/c she suggested that I not get response/intervention confused.
"Nevertheless, once people seeking liberation of the world DO achieve it, there will be time to hunt down people like you, just as nazis."
Why wait disciple of maat.. no need to "hunt Rasi down...+ 264 816 777 246 .... ring me up Im in Khomasdal in the eastern side of Windhoek the capital of Namibia my friend. Come forward and you can make your necessary move - and I will act appropriately to whatever action u bring forth.
In response to: You aren't doing anything but poisoning the minds of Afrikans with colonialism and capitalism.
If my intentions were to poison Africans with colonialism/capitalism - Africans have the where with all and mental aptitude to rebuff those overtures by any means necessary
"And you had the nerve to post "everything good in afrika today". Are you serious?"
Contrary to what you read on the internet...we in Africa...laugh, enjoy the weather, smile, party, work etc. Life is not doom and gloom 24/7. No doubt many people suffering - but i can still smell the roses...kiss my kids, and enjoy a moment of exhiliration in my personal experience.
"Afrika and the entire world is in worse shape than the previous hour and you sit up there watuzi-ing with your dashiki made in China."
AGain, contrary to your internet research - there are many things to celebrate that are going on in Africa. And By the Dashiki's are west african - I havent been that side yet.
But My Kitenges/Kanga/Wax Print fabrics were spun in Mombasa Kenya & by Noeele in Tanzania (Dar es Salaam) they were sewn by a seamstress into garments in Westlands Nairobi by a sisters whose name I forgot - but its near the roundabout off Waiyaki way...call me an Ill give u directions...and believe it or not I have many to sell (oops...i said sell) ... and I accept Paypal if u need one..S M and XL - 17.99 each.
You are a buffoon and an American virus/agent.
...is that so. tell me more about myself once u land.
"PS. how many subscribers in the villages have you signed up for facebook, blackberries and cable tv? I hope you are at least selling 4G technology."
I just got my landline installed. $N300 per month - after 10 mos finally able to afford it. Cable TV is non-existent...so people who can afford use satellite dishes. I may be able to get that end year...will tell you what channels we get once Im up and running...Ive never had a blackberry...I can only afford a China knock off right now. But Ill keep you updated Nephew, when I make it to the villages - I havent been to any yet in Namibia, my work motly keeps me in Whk.
Ps: Dont forget to call....
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