Wednesday, January 26, 2005


Upside: Got a cool flat screen TV and a home theater. Set it up with my brother helping. Sounded awesome.
Planning to get my own apartment soon, so I'm already getting my furniture/home appliances ready.
Serious Downside: About to break up with my girlfriend of 15 months and not sure of how to do this and remain friends... She is someone special (very) but we started going out before we became friends and that has posed a major stumbling block to our relationship.
The things men do...

I need help!

to cnn or not

I wonder what people listen to nowadays for international news.... Al Jazeera?
Not that I've ever watched it. Would'nt be bad for a change though.
Getting frustrated watching CNN.
Last year it was all about Iraq. Jeez! A cow gets sprayed by bullets and its gets prime time on CNN.
Could almost breath a sigh of relief when the Tsunami struck. (My heart is out there with them) Simply becos Iraq suddenly became no news.
Seems they are getting tired of flogging the tsunami issue though. Gradually returning to Iraq. Sigh. Power of the western press.

I'm tired of wondering why all the news about Africa is bad news.....

I deviate again.

My boss has just chewed me for failing to turn in the post implementation brief as scheduled. I feel I should break his neck, but then again, I will be in his position shortly and will have learned how not to chew on someone else.

6.30pm. OK. Traffic may have eased up a bit now. Let's try to go home. Hope I make it home under an hour,


day. thats the way today has been. Who says working to make a living is fun.
Just resumed from my leave a few days ago (beginning of the year) and I am having
a miserable time getting back into the flow.

I guess Lagos is just like any crazy capital (ex) city in the world. I do not see my home in daylight.
Leave home 5.55am, get back 9.30pm

As this is my first blog, its kinda tentative....
A little prod here, another, there.
I'll get the hang of it sooner or later.

SLAM! gotta go hang out this nite.

PS. Heard that the world is full of shit.
I think not. It is only 3/4 full.
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