It has been an interesting couple of weeks the world over, with the outbreak of coronavirus, spreading from Wuhan, China, to 64 countries and territories including one international conveyance, the Diamond Princess cruise ship habored in Yokohama Japan. So far, there have been 86,993 cases COVID 19 infections and 2,979 resultant deaths. The silver lining… Continue reading COVID 19 & The Human Condition
What's in a name? What does one expect from a bank? What is the price I am willing to pay for my peace of mind? The First Bank of Nigeria was in fact founded in 1894 as the Bank of British West Africa, before it came to be known as the First Bank of Nigeria.… Continue reading How BRANDS DIE… The First Bank Story.
Of Mountains & Printing Presses The goal of this new editor is to make adding rich content to WordPress simple and enjoyable. This whole post is composed of pieces of content—somewhat similar to LEGO bricks—that you can move around and interact with. Move your cursor around and you’ll notice the different blocks light up with… Continue reading Welcome to the Gutenberg Editor
When discussing beer, it only makes sense to look at it as an infinite universe with a dizzying number of drink options and just as much potential for any number of culinary uses and mixologist/drink alchemy options. From your classic lagers to stouts, ales and all, there are a lot of categories and subcategories to… Continue reading Beer as I know it
The human race has always been an inquisitive race. We take, we plunder, we think of ourselves only. In all of our comings and goings, our discovery and claim staking, we often act without regard for environmentally sustainable practices. When we take of the abundance of the sea, we go overboard, just as we do… Continue reading Earth song
I have a new episode out talking about "Vanilla juice boxes" on my podcast, allthingscai. There must be a thousand and one nicknames for the vagina. So many things we eat affect the taste and smell of the vagina but hey, bodies are for exploring. Check out my new podcast. https://t.co/o1y77NvHQx https://t.co/IhNU9hot52
In the warm noon breeze, she sits. Cassava leaves swaying gently, Memories dancing in her vision, As her sights are set, The kaleidoscope of memories... Was it not the week before? The week before in his Sunday best, Before her he stood... Just like all the times before, She smiled, blushed and giggled. It was… Continue reading The Sunny Side Up To My Flower Child
I published my new episode Some light stalking, please check it out http://www.podbean.com/media/share/pb-qn2ir-8ececd
I have always loved the big screen. TV time even as a little girl was special for me so much so that it consumed me and I would often leave my chores unattended. With time my tv preference narrowed from "everything on TV" to a few things. I like the occasional crime series, reality tv and… Continue reading Armchair Directing, from a Distance.
Hubert de Givenchy, a French couturier who's quintessentially elegant fashion dressed the likes of Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis, Grace Kelly and Audrey Hepburn for more than four decades, died on Saturday at his home outside Paris at 91. His death was confirmed by Philippe Venet, his longtime companion and a former couture designer. Mr. Givenchy was from… Continue reading Elegant gentleman, Hubert de Givenchy dies at 91