Monthly Archives: May 2012

Tonight on AC360: Reports of civilian militia attack in Syria

Busting the Obama ‘birther’ conspiracy

On Second Thought: Alien³ (The Assembly Cut)

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To celebrate the release of Prometheus this week, we’ll be taking a look at the other movies in the Alien franchise.

Alien and Aliens are, quite rightly, considered classics of the science-fiction horror subgenre, superbly constructed examinations of the monsters lurking in the darkness. Unfortunately, the two sequels, Alien³ and Alien Resurrection are not so highly regarded. One would imagine that producing a film about a monster in the future really wouldn’t be that difficult, but the films were both dogged by their own pre-production turmoil. In particular, this third film went through several painful iterations before reaching the big screen – and, even then, there was a sense that nobody was especially happy with the result.

However, this series of films has also benefited from a great deal of affection, attention and examination from both creators and fans. As such, it isn’t really a surprise that even the creators…

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New York Mayor Calls for Restrictions on Sugary Soft Drinks



I did not start it. Honestly I did not start it.

She did. Sandra Ehihegbamen did.

And they fueled it.

Yes, my friends fueled it.

Femi, Tunde, Idowu and Rasheed fueled it.

They fueled it and the endgame was my undoing.

She wiped the board while I was still writing,

She cleaned off what the teacher wrote on the blackboard,

I told her not to, that I was still writing,

She only hissed and continued.

I would not have reacted had my friends shut their mouths.

I would not have raised my hands,

Had her friends not looked at me like that,

I threatened fire and brimstone,

Promising to kill her if she did not stop wiping the board,

She stood her ground and dared me to do my worst.

My friends urged me on,

Telling to stand my ground and show her I was the man.

Her friends stood…

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Photo Blogging 101, Part 2 News

Now that you’ve been snapping away, you’ll want to build your photographic following. has an excellent photo blogging community, which you can tap into by following these tips and tricks.

Tags, topics, and phloggers, oh my!

Tags work to connect your blog to the larger community, so you can see others who are writing, or photographing, the same subjects as you. By tagging your post as “Photography” or “Black and White,” your posts will be included in the respective Topic page so that other viewers can find your site. If you haven’t added tags to your posts before, you can learn how to do so here.

However, tags can be used for more than just bringing traffic to your site, but as a networking tool as well. As your photo blog grows, taking some time to look at other photo blogging sites can both help you to…

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7 Food Blogs to Follow This Summer News

With the official first day of summer right around the corner, now is a great time to start collecting recipes for your favorite warm-weather treats.

You’ll find endless inspiration by browsing through topics like recipe, grilling, and summer in the Reader, and discover tons of great ideas by exploring our collection of recommended food blogs.

Here are seven mouthwatering recipes from a handful of fantastic blogs that are sure to delight all summer long:

The Patterned Plate

We Call Him Yes! Chef!

The Faux Martha

In Pursuit of More

Just Homemade

Love + Cupcakes

The Craving Chronicles

Do you have an all-time favorite summer recipe? What new recipes do you hope to try out this season?

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Hey friends,

For the next couple of weeks I will run a series of stories on this blog about some of my childhood naughtiness. It bores down to some of the naughty things I did while growing up, I am sure you also perpetrated some of the acts as well. The experience is basically mine, but I have included some of the stuffs also perpetrated by my friends to make the stories very interesting….

This week I will start with a story about the first love letter I wrote to a classmate when I was on primary 5. Just hold your sides and do not laugh too much…. Do not forget, my writing style is always in stanzas 😉

And please forgive my use of English, I communicate better in my mother tongue:


I slid it across the desk,




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OOSA Pajama Jam


OOSA Pajama Jam
October 27, 2012 – St. Louis, Missouri

Nakia Laushaul ✓
Maxx Kilbourne ✓
Monique D. Mensah ✓
K’wan Write To Eat ✓
Brenda Hampton ✓

All we need is YOU!

Tickets will go on sale soon. Be there OR hear about it!

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A Lost Decade

Kabura Zakama Randomised

This day finds me chained in toils

While politicians and their cohorts

Snuff out the lives of public millions,

To blow their trumpets of corruption

In the drama of their democracy day.


Politics masquerade in multiple faces

Thuggery and vote-rigging glorified,

Medals shared on the pages of papers

To self-appointed saviours of the nation

In the drama of their democracy day.


I cannot celebrate this democracy

In the pain of my castration!

I cannot celebrate this democracy

In the shame of my cowardice!

I cannot celebrate this democracy

I mourn the demise of humanity!


        (c) Kabura Zakama, 29 May 2009, ABUJA

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