Tuesday, 6 December 2016
Monday, 5 December 2016
VIDEO: Lol. Female fan grabs R. Kelly's eggplant while he performs on stage and his reaction is priceless
Singer, R. Kelly kicked off his "12 Nights of Christmas" concert Friday night at the legendary Fox Theatre. Then he walked to a female fan and asked her to wipe his face, chin, tongue, everywhere. Then he got up to continue singing and said "Now grab it", the female fan grabbed a handful of his junk. R. Kelly reacted by looking shocked and in awe, lol. He kept singing but stopped at intervals to ask if that was how people in that city behaved, he also said 'WTF?
Monday, 28 November 2016
The Federal Airports Authority of Nigeria (FAAN) has inaugurated a modern automated car park at the Domestic Terminal 1 of the Murtala Muhammed International Airport (MMIA), Lagos. According to a statement released to press men on Monday, FAAN’s Acting General Manager, Corporate Affairs, Mrs. Henrietta Yakubu said that the newly acquired facility would foster revenue generation in the country.
The Managing Director of FAAN, Mr. Saleh Dunoma, in his inaugural speech said; “This modern facility is uniquely designed to ensure that parking fees are paid at the payment booths by its end-users before they exit the car park unlike in the past when they were paying at the entry point. This facility also has a special billing system which is programmed to give the end-users the exact amount for time spent at the parking lots. The inauguration of this facility is in line with FAAN’s desire to give passengers and airport users improved air travel experience in line with global best practices,” he said.
The new facility among other things would automatically eliminate long queues in the area; reduce traffic, speed up passenger and vehicular movements at the landside of the terminal. It would also ensure seamless facilitation of passengers and airport users.
This development, according to the statement also, would key into President Buhari’s commitment to transparency since all federal government agencies revenue-points have been mandated to pay all revenues generated into ‘Federal Government’s Treasury Single Account’ (TSA).
FAAN, however has assured to give the traveling public best of its services despite the economic challenges currently facing the country, assuring them of safety, especially in the upcoming Yuletide period which is the peak period of air travel in the system.
Friday, 18 November 2016
November 17, 2016
Even as Election Day 2016 inches ever farther into the rearview, votes are still being counted in several states as absentee and mail-in ballots reach vote-tallying facilities. And while President-elect Donald Trump clinched a decisive victory over Hillary Clinton on Nov. 8, with a likely 306 electoral votes (Michigan's 16 electoral votes haven't been officially appropriated yet) to Clinton's 232, the popular vote has yet to be decided — but Clinton's lead keeps growing.
On the night of the election, Trump's sweeping victories in several key battleground states — including ones mostly wrested from Democratic control in 2012 — carried him to victory, thanks to their crucial influence on the all-important Electoral College. But even last Tuesday it was apparent Clinton would likely carry the popular vote — that is, more individual ballots were cast for her. As Dave Wasserman noted at The Cook Political Report, Clinton's popular vote lead over Trump as of Thursday morning was up to 1.3 million:
Clinton is the second candidate in five elections to lose the presidency while winning the popular vote, after Democrat Al Gore was defeated by Republican George W. Bush in 2000 despite winning the national total by more than 500,000 votes. See the full breakdown of the 2016 popular vote here, courtesy of The Cook Political Report. Kimberly Alters
Culled from Yahoonews
Wednesday, 16 November 2016
Monday, 14 November 2016
PHOTO VERY Graphic: The injury on the face of the bouncer Oritsefemi attacked with a glass cup and Quilox releases statement
At about 2am on Saturday, 13th of Nov. 2016, Oritsefemi came into Quilox without prior reservations or table bookings. Tables are allocated to customers who have made prior paid table bookings in advance of their arrival except such customer is a patron or member of the club. . . However, Oritsefemi who did not fall into any of the categories above approached a patron's table-of-six, and pleaded to be accommodated, with the understanding that other guests of the said patron were still been expected. . .
In a surprising turn of events, Oristsemi who was drinking from the patrons bottle, attempted to sit 8 of his guests at the table, the surprised patron strongly rejected such effrontery and invited the bouncer guarding the floor to intervene. . . The bouncer politely approached Oritsefemi and told him the patrons guests were still being expected, but Oristefemi, in a fit of unprovoked rage, slapped the bouncer then proceeded to breaking a glass in his hand and stabing him in the eye. . . The scene quickly became rowdy as other customers rushed to the table and confronted the artiste for his violent behavior, our security team quickly stepped in to salvage the situation by carrying Oristefemi out of the club. . . Oristefemi faced by an enraged crowd outside and perhaps realizing the gravity of his offense pretended to collapse. The artiste and the bouncer were subsequently rushed to a nearby hospital . . The bouncer affected later pressed charges at Bar Beach police station, where Oritsefemi accepted his offense and pleaded for mercy, he was granted bail at 12pm on the 13th of Nov. and advised to report back to the station on Tues. 15th of Nov. 2016. . . We were hesitant to release a press statement as several well meaning people have attempted to intercede on behalf of the artiste, but after his malicious and grossly false account of the events that occured, it is only fair that we defend the integrity and ethos of our organization.
Friday, 11 November 2016
Filmmaker Michael Moore expected Donald Trump to win the presidential election when many of his fellow liberal commentators were still laughing at him.
Ahead of the election, Moore tried to warn progressives that they were in a liberal echo chamber that ignored the very real possibility that Trump could defeat Democrat Hillary Clinton. Now he’s offering a “Morning After To-Do List” for any American struggling to come to terms with the election results.
His plan has five points: returning the Democratic Party to the people, firing all pundits who refused to acknowledge the truth, getting Democratic congressmen out of the way if they won’t fight as hard as Republicans, no longer saying you are “stunned” and “shocked” and reminding people that Clinton actually won the popular vote.
“If you woke up this morning thinking you live in an effed-up country, you don’t. The majority of your fellow Americans wanted Hillary, not Trump,” he wrote Wednesday on Facebook. “The only reason he’s president is because of an arcane, insane 18th-century idea called the Electoral College. Until we change that, we’ll continue to have presidents we didn’t elect and didn’t want.”
Moore argued that the United States is a country where a majority of the citizens say they believe in climate change, think women should be paid the same as men, want debt-free college education, want to raise the minimum wage, want a single-payer universal health care system and do not want to invade other countries.
“None of that has changed. We live in a country where the majority agree with the ‘liberal’ position. We just lack the liberal leadership to make that happen (see: #1 above),” he wrote. As of Thursday morning, the Facebook post had been shared nearly 200,000 times.
Director Michael Moore speaks to the media at the premiere of his documentary
Director Michael Moore speaks to the media at the New York City premiere of his recent documentary “Michael Moore In TrumpLand.” (Photo: Jemal Countess/Getty Images)
According to Moore, the Democratic establishment failed its constituents miserably, and the pundits failed their viewers by claiming that Clinton would annihilate Trump. He called for progressives to ignore these same talking heads when they start calling for people to “heal the divide” and “come together.”
Moore said both major political parties have turned a blind eye on the despair of many disenfranchised Americans. Over the years, anger and a desire for revenge started to grow against a system that had neglected them, the filmmaker wrote. Then a celebrity like Trump could capitalize on this resentment.
“Along came a TV star they liked whose plan was to destroy both parties and tell them all, ‘You’re fired!’ Trump’s victory is no surprise,” he said. “He was never a joke. Treating him as one only strengthened him. He is both a creature and a creation of the media and the media will never own that.”
Moore said he understood the sheer power of Trump’s vitriol for the political and business elite that did little to stop the Rust Belt from hemorrhaging jobs. Trump’s campaign had homed in on the loss of U.S. manufacturing jobs over the last several decades.
Moore, who was raised in Davison, Mich., outside Flint, made his debut with as an independent filmmaker with the 1989 documentary “Roger & Me,” which analyzes the economic impact of General Motors closing several plants in Flint in the late 1980s. But he rose to greater prominence with later, more partisan films like the pro-gun-control “Bowling for Columbine” and the anti-President George W. Bush “Fahrenheit 9/11.”
In July, Moore published an essay on his website titled “5 Reasons Why Trump Will Win.” The prescient article’s content was largely ignored among the left, turning Moore into somewhat of a Cassandra figure. For instance, he predicted that Trump would win over four traditionally blue states in the upper Great Lakes Rust Belt — Michigan, Ohio, Pennsylvania and Wisconsin — in part by attacking the Clintons for NAFTA. And it worked.
“When Trump stood in the shadow of a Ford Motor factory during the Michigan primary, he threatened the corporation that if they did indeed go ahead with their planned closure of that factory and move it to Mexico, he would slap a 35% tariff on any Mexican-built cars shipped back to the United States. It was sweet, sweet music to the ears of the working class of Michigan,” Moore wrote.
In fact, the Oscar-winning director’s understanding of how Trump voters was so astute that alt-right star Milo Yiannopoulos edited a Moore speech from his film “Michael Moore in TrumpLand,” which had a surprise release in October, to make it seem as if he endorsed the Republican candidate.
In the trimmed clip, Moore can be heard saying, “Trump’s election is going to be the biggest ‘f*** you’ ever recorded in human history, and it will feel good.” But the rest of the speech reveals that the filmmaker thinks the joy of sending a message of righteous anger will be short-lived — quickly giving way to regret, as it has for millions of Brexit voters after Britain voted to leave the EU.
On Wednesday night, tens of thousands of liberal protesters took to the streets of major cities like Chicago and Los Angeles to speak out against Trump, many shouting, “Not my president!” And in Manhattan, Moore was right there with them.
Culled from yahoo.