Monthly Archives: January 2007

The days after tomorrow

On the road to the Namugongo Shrine in Uganda, in a place called Kireka, one cant miss the hundreds of jerry-cans lined up to get water. The beauty of the colour mix is lost on you when you realise that … Continue reading

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CENTER FOR EMOTIONAL STUDIES

1. Abhor deodorants even when the whole world knows you can afford to buy one. For crying out loud, they still sell those Gift of Zanzibar things, don’t they? But that’s just the point. Be a badass.2. Wait for the … Continue reading

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Martin

Back in secondary school, in Form One, most of us were too little, too skinny. We saw huge guys for the first time and we were in constant fear. There were two huge guys in my class. One was showy … Continue reading

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Splinters

The people interviewed on UBC’s The Beat, one gets the feeling they are being forced to say the things they say. Maybe they are. They keep on stealing glances at someone just off the camera; like that person is holding … Continue reading

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He said she said

So the government has denied, vehemently, that they had any hand in the erasing of charismatic rebel lord, Dr. Andrew Kayiira 20 years ago. Uganda’s government, for those who don’t know the inside story, did not come to power nicely. … Continue reading

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2007 here we are

The year has started but going by the mood, its not going to be the year we all get our dreams fulfilled. Sometimes I stop and wonder if we all haven’t missed the rupture; that all the really deserving haven’t … Continue reading

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