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2014 in review

The stats helper monkeys prepared a 2014 annual report for this blog.

Here’s an excerpt:

A San Francisco cable car holds 60 people. This blog was viewed about 1,200 times in 2014. If it were a cable car, it would take about 20 trips to carry that many people.

Click here to see the complete report.

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Posted by on Dec 30, 2014 in Opinion


Moronic Police Officer

One idiot, a compound idiot with imbecilic mind and moronic taste in English grammar decided to abuse me. And he is a police officer.

My crime? I sent him a private message to stop adding me to Facebook Groups. He added me to 5 Groups within 24hrs. I checked out these groups. They communicate in Hausa language. I don’t speak Hausa.

And I asked him to stop adding me to Groups. Instead of doing so, he resulted to abuse.

Here is my message: ‘Stop adding me to Groups on Facebook without my consent’

Here is his response: “Mtsw, if i add you in the group why you no go leave group? Are you only a important person who i was added in the group? What kind of help have you give to our groups? How many peoples knows you in the group? Who are you? You dont have any important in our group, we self we dont want kind of you people in our group, we are All a housa mens and we are muslims, please who are you? And you are warning me? Just block me,unfriend, if you will not i will do”

This character is unfit to be a police office if he can’t understand basic principles of privacy and consent and converse in simple English.

How did he graduate from the Police College?

This, and others like him, are the people making the Nigeria Police to be irredeemably lost in the quagmire of infamy.

Of course, I obliged him and blocked him ASAP. I’ve no patience for unwarranted insolence.


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Posted by on Dec 29, 2014 in Opinion


Christmas Was Not Stolen From a Pagan Holiday

Real quick, poke your head outside and yell to your neighbour “how did Christmas start?” You don’t have to stay to listen to the full lecture about religious imperialism or whatever; you can duck out as soon as he mentions how it was stolen from a Pagan holiday.

The centerpiece of this argument is the fact that Christmas is celebrated on December 25th — once observed as the winter solstice — and that there was also a major pagan holiday celebrated around the winter solstice (Saturnalia).

But Saturnalia wasn’t on December 25th (it ran from December 17-23), and it’s unlikely that there would have been much celebrating happening on the 25th, since everyone was still hungover from Saturnalia, and trying to build a foundation for the New Year’s festival drunk, which (starting all the way back in 153 B.C.) began on January 1st.

The unfortunate one-gift-counts-for-both birthday of December 25th started with the A.D. 204 writings of Hippolytus of Rome. He figured it by starting with March 25th, the accepted date of Jesus’s death since at least A.D. 200. Add in the fact that, according to Jewish Talmudic tradition, all righteous men died on the same day they were conceived, and Jesus’ conception must have also taken place on March 25th. Then basic biology tells us that nine months after conception comes the birth: December 25th.

There was a smaller pagan festival called Sol Invictus (Unconquered Sun), which did celebrate the winter solstice on the 25th. However, Sol Invictus wasn’t created until A.D. 274 (well after Hippolytus did his hump-math) by the Roman Emperor Aurelian.

In fact, there’s even a good possibility that Sol Invictus was created to provide a pagan alternative to the Christian celebration, rather than the other way around.

That is the Christmas gift to you this season.

NOTE: Culled from a website. It was equally edited.


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Posted by on Dec 20, 2014 in Opinion




If everybody voted, and if “OUR SON SYNDROME” synonymous with Nigeria comes to play, then 2015 may see to the emergence of Gen. Muhammadu Buhari (rtd) and Prof. Yemi Osinbajo as the next President and Vice-President, respectively.

Abia                 –           1,481,191
Anambra          –           1,758,220
Enugu              –           1,301,185
Imo                  –           1,611,715
Ebonyi             –              876,249
TOTAL             –           7,028,560
Lagos               –           6,247,845
Ogun                –           1,869,326
Osun                –           1,293,967
Ondo                –           1,558,975
Ekiti                 –              750,753
Oyo                  –           2,577,490
TOTAL              –         14,298,356
Edo                  –           1,412;225
Delta                –           1,900,055
Bayelsa            –              472,389
Akwa Ibom        –           1,714,781
RIvers               –           2,419,057
Cross Rivers      –           1,018,550
TOTAL              –           8,937,057
Benue              –           1,415,162
Kogi                 –           1,215,405
Kwara               –           1,115,665
Nassarawa        –           1,224,206
Niger                –              721,478
Plateau             –           1,983,453
TOTAL              –          7,675,369
Adamawa         –           1,714,860
Bauchi              –           1,835,562
Borno               –           2,730,368
Gombe             –           1,266,993
Taraba               –          1,308,106
Yobe                –           1,182,230
TOTAL             –         10,038,119
Jigawa              –           1,852,698
Kano                 –           5,135,415
Katsina             –           2,931,668
Kaduna             –           3,565,762
Kebbi                –           1,603,468
Sokoto              –           2,065,508
Zamfara             –           1,746,024
TOTAL              –         18,900,543

NOTE: The above was copied from the Facebook page of Hon. Rotimi Makinde (Member of House of Representative, Ife Federal Constituency)


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Posted by on Dec 18, 2014 in Politics



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Former Minister of State for Defence, Senator Musiliu Obanikoro, is crying foul that PDP chieftain, Chief Olabode George and the winner of the party’s governorship primary in Lagos, Jimi Agbaje, used thugs and state security officers to manipulate the election in favour of Agbaje.

Methinks we should remind Obanikoro how he, along with his PDP accomplices, used same security officers to arrest, intimidate and harass opposition members during Governorship Elections in Ekiti and Osun states.

What goes around, they say, comes around.

That’s your comeuppance, dear Obanikoro; divine retribution for your atrocities in Ekiti and Osun states.

Please cry no more, Obanikoro.


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Posted by on Dec 17, 2014 in Opinion

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