Monday, April 8, 2013

Breaking! Magareth Thatcher, Britain's Former Prime Minister Dies

Britain's first and only woman Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher,  who served from 1979 to 1990 has died today of a stroke, at the aged 87.
Her spokesman Lord Bell revealed the news that the former politician had passed away after a long battle with poor health.
Lord Bell said:
'It is with great sadness that Mark and Carol Thatcher announced that their mother Baroness Thatcher died peacefully following a stroke this morning.
'A further statement will be made later.'
The former leader of the conservative party who won three consecutive general elections, has been in fragile health since she suffered a series of minor strokes more than a decade ago.
She was called the "Iron Lady" for her personal and political toughness.

See Pic Of Kim Kardashian's Naked Baby Bump

Kim posted this pic on instagram few hours ago with the caption: 'Baby love.'

Spotted: Wizkid With Members Of EME Crew

Yesterday night, Wizkid  posted pictures of him with members of his former crew EME, on  his instagram page. The group is said to be in Cotonou for a show.
Wizkid has however denied wide spread rumors that he will be returning to his former record label, EME. I guess time will tell.

Wednesday, April 3, 2013

Listen up guys: 14 things you must never say to your woman… NEVER

I am no expert in relationships and I don’t really plan to ever become one. I am married and would say ‘happily’ for going on 8 years now (yeah, that makes me feel old!) and we have been together for 13 years, since high school. Marriage has it’s ups and downs and peeks and valleys and is a relationship that takes work as two people change and grow and grow-up.
My husband is a pretty awesome guy. He brought me all my cravings when I was pregnant, held my hand and protected my heart through our hard times and knows how to make me laugh like no one else can. We have this great partnership that’s necessary for us to raise our children and they are lucky to have him as well.
He is a dude though and sometimes the wires get crossed between what I’m trying to say and what he hears. I won’t confess if he’s ever said any of these phrases, but I can assure you if he has/does — he will get a good talking to.
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Photo credit: photostock

“Yes, you do look fat in that.”

You know, sometimes we may look a little chunky in what we are wearing, but never answer the question so bluntly.

“You’re going to wear that?”

The tone guys! You can’t say this without out implying that either we look like total sh*t or like a total sl*t. Rephrase!
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Photo credit: photostock

“Wow, look at her! She’s hot!”

Wow … look at you, sleeping on the couch for EVER now.

“You’re starting to remind me of your mother”

This isn’t usually said in a nice tone. If you hate your mother-in-law, don’t compare your wife to her.

“What did you do all day?”

Tread lightly husband. There are a lot of behind the scene things you may not notice. Keeping all the house and kids together is hard!
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Photo credit: photostock

“Where are my clean socks?”

Probably in the corner of the bathroom… where YOU left them.

“It must be that time of the month”

Don’t rationalize away the reasons we’re mad at you. Sometimes it’s because you’re being an as$ and not because we’re menstruating.

“There is no chocolate in the house”

Please see previous point. {Always have chocolate}
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Photo credit: photostock

“You sound like my mother.”

Um…. thanks? This won’t go well either way.

“What do you want to do”

If you wife is anything like me, asking me this question just annoys me because I am the most indecisive person ever.
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Photo credit: photostock

“The guy at the store said this was the top of the line vacuum”

Do NOT buy her a vacuum for her birthday, anniversary or Christmas.

“This is almost as good as when my mom makes it”

I bet it’s better then you would ever make it. Don’t compare your wife to your mom!
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Photo credit: photostock

“My ex did it for me.” / “When my ex and I…”

NEVER. TALK. ABOUT. THE EX. Unless you’re telling me how I am way better.

“Just relax!”

This will always, & yes ALWAYS have the opposite effect.
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Read this piece at Babble

American tourist gang raped and beaten in public bus in Brazil – See (suspects) Photo

Suspects Wallace Aparecido Souza Silva, left, Carlos Armando Costa dos Santos, center, and Jonathan Foudakis de Souza are presented to the press at the Special Police Unit for Tourism Support (DEAT) after being arrested for allegedly attacking tourists in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, Tuesday, April 2, 2013. An American woman was gang raped and beaten aboard a public transport van while her French boyfriend was shackled, hit with a crowbar and forced to watch the attacks after the pair boarded the vehicle in Rio de Janeiro's showcase Copacabana beach neighborhood, police said. The attacks took place over six hours starting shortly after midnight on Saturday. (AP Photo/Felipe Dana)
Suspects Wallace Aparecido Souza Silva, left, Carlos Armando Costa dos Santos, center, and Jonathan Foudakis de Souza are presented to the press at the Special Police Unit for Tourism Support (DEAT) after being arrested for allegedly attacking tourists in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, Tuesday, April 2, 2013. An American woman was gang raped and beaten aboard a public transport van while her French boyfriend was shackled, hit with a crowbar and forced to watch the attacks after the pair boarded the vehicle in Rio de Janeiro’s showcase Copacabana beach neighborhood, police said. The attacks took place over six hours starting shortly after midnight on Saturday. (AP Photo/Felipe Dana)
A night out on the town turned into a nightmare after an American woman was gang raped and beaten aboard a public transport van while her French boyfriend was handcuffed, hit with a crowbar and forced to watch the attacks, police said.
The incidents raise new questions about security in Rio, which has won kudos for its crackdown on once-endemic drug violence in preparation for hosting next year’s football World Cup and the 2016 Summer Olympic games. The city also will be playing host to World Youth Day, a Roman Catholic pilgrimage that will be attended by Pope Francis and is expected to draw some 2 million people in late July.
Three men aged 20 to 22 have been taken into custody in connection to the crime, which took place over six hours starting shortly after midnight Saturday, police said. The suspects have been accused of at least one similar attack, with a young Brazilian woman having come forward to say that she too was raped by the same men in the van on March 23, police said.
“The victims described everything in great detail, mostly the sexual violence,” police officer Rodrigo Brant told the Globo TV network. “Just how they described the facts was shocking — the violence and brutality. It surprised even us, who work in security and are used to hearing such things.”
The attack drew comparisons with the fatal December beating and gang rape of a young woman on a New Delhi bus in which six men beset a 23-year-old university student and male friend after they boarded a private bus. That attack touched off a wave of protests across India demanding stronger protection for women. Officials there say tourism has dropped in the country following the attacks.
On Tuesday, Brazilian police were quick to emphasize to reporters the rarity of Saturday’s attack.
“These type of crimes committed against foreign tourists are very uncommon,” said Alexandre Braga, the police officer leading the investigation.
Officials from the local Olympic and World Cup organizing committees didn’t immediately respond to requests for comment about how the attack might affect their security precautions.
Braga said the two foreigners, who were in Brazil as students, took a public transport van similar to those often used as a faster alternative to the city’s bus fleet. The pair were heading from Rio’s Copacabana beach neighborhood to the nightlife hot spot of Lapa in downtown Rio.
A few minutes into the ride, the suspects forced the other passengers to get out of the van and then raped the female tourist inside the moving vehicle, Braga said. The woman was also beaten across the face, and the man was handcuffed and beaten, at one point with a metal crowbar.
The three suspects took turns behind the wheel, driving the van to Rio’s sister city of Niteroi where they went on a spending spree with the foreigners’ credit cards.
Once they hit the limit on both cards, spending around $500 at gas stations and convenience stores, the suspects drove the pair back to Rio, where the foreigners were staying, and forced the woman to fetch another credit card, Braga said.
Although she was alone, she didn’t call the police or alert anyone, Braga said, “because the young man was still under the suspects’ control and she feared something even worse might happen to him.”
The two were ultimately dumped by the side of a highway near the city of Itaborai, some 50 kilometers from Rio. After they managed to make it to an unidentified country’s consulate, officials took the two to the special police delegation that specializes in crimes against foreigners. The young woman has returned to the U.S., while the man remains in Rio to help with the investigations, Braga said.
“The victims recognized the three without a shadow of a doubt,” Braga said.
The Brazilian woman who said she had also been raped by the suspects last month recognized media images of the alleged attackers and contacted police. Another foreigner has said she’d been robbed by one of the three suspects, police said.
Investigators are reviewing police databases to determine whether the three might have been involved in other crimes.
Two of the suspects have confessed to Saturday’s attack, while the third denies any responsibility, Braga said.
“They do not show any repentance,” he said. “They are quite indifferent, cold.”
The suspects rented the van, which seats about a dozen people and has dark tinted windows, from the vehicle’s owner, who police say is not suspected of any involvement in the crime. Though they apparently had authorization to transport passengers in Niteroi and neighboring Sao Goncalo, the suspects were not allowed to operate the van in Rio, Braga said.
“It appears they worked in transportation and sometimes engaged in crimes,” said Braga.
Many in Rio know of such van services for their precarious safety conditions and reckless driving, as well as their links to organized crime. Some vans are linked to militias largely composed of former police and firemen that control large swaths of the city’s slums and run clandestine transportation and other services. In general, tourists avoid the vans and opt for regular buses or taxis.
Foreigners are more often the targets of muggings and petty crime in Rio, with assaults a particular problem on public transit. Last year, a woman was raped on a moving bus in broad daylight in a widely publicized case, and the Rio subway has special women-only cars to help prevent such attacks.
More than 5,300 cases of sexual assault were reported in Brazil between January and June 2012, according to the country’s Health Ministry.
Read more: Yahoo! News

Bloggers, Be Warned! Kemi Olunloyo Has 5 Guns And Is Ready To Use It!

No be small thing...

Charly Boy Shows Off His Own Casket

He posted the pic on instagram with the caption: #all my bright ideas comes from my casket, very comfy.
Little wonder he acts the way he does.