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This book's meant to be a collection of recipes I've merely improvised, regardless of whether they turned out to be delicious, nutritious or not... These are my experiments in the art of cooking ;-)
Who knows, maybe one or more recipes in here will inspire you to remix one of the dishes here, and make me some delightful gastronomic madness next time I dine at yours! There's always 9 ways to cook a cat during one lifetime, right?
This is a collection of micro-tales, viral jokes, overhyped alerts, underrated maxims and other things I've witnessed while giving audience to the friendly, talkative folks on Social Media.
Many times, these messages, which typically are aimed at groups - esp. WhatsApp Groups, contain verbatim instructions for the recipient to forward the message to others! I typically don't find it prudent to obey, and so have chosen to systematically disobey, by instead curating some of these messages here, so in the future, everyone that'd have pointed fingers at me or accused me for not sharing, can instead thank me - yes, am sure many will have deleted these, or long forgotten about them, by the time the next viral distraction comes along!
Alright, friends, brothers, siststers and babysitters, here we go...
Welcome to NuScribes!
This little book here, is a work in progress, re-introducing writing to all aspiring writers out there. It is the objective of this little book, to cast writing in a whole new light, to inspire and help nurture the sprouting soul of the writer in each one of us. To both tickle and straighten the appreciation of writing as an art - a divine, mystical art at that. To introduce writing as we care about it here on NuScribes, and to introduce you, the potential scribe, to this wonderful haven of writers called Nu Scribes.
Don't be shy, go straight ahead and dive in...
Let's face it, here's the latest WHO stats on Malaria
About 3.2 billion people – nearly half of the world's population – are at risk of malaria. In 2015, there were roughly 214 million malaria cases and an estimated 438 000 malaria deaths. Increased prevention and control measures have led to a 60% reduction in malaria mortality rates globally since 2000.
When I say let's get serious about killing these bloody bastards, some folks be quacking! And who said all wars have to be fought with mere wrath and a disregard for humor? To those ready for bloody war against these Mosquito races (yes, there's even those who've brought the Zika to us), let's get started...
This is a compilation of all the lyrics used on the WIP debut Hip Hop album by Nemesis Fixx. These lyrics are also published elsewhere (on Genius), but they are here presented, to be available to those who wish to study them, all in one place, and maybe also download the catalog for offline reference.
For those who are new to Hip Hop, or Conscious Hip Hop to be precise, there are some things about the lyrics in this album that you might want to look out for or keep in mind:
WHAT DO YOU WANT TO DO BEFORE YOU DIE?
Thousands of people were asked that question in various places all over the world (see the Project here), and in this piece, I attempt to collect together a good number of them - taking care to not echo most duplicates, but again, preserve an idea of what dreams most people had. Definitely, there could be bias in the chocies I made (I can't say I was objectively random), but I tried to be fair to all sorts of perspectives - including the ones that admitted to being clueless!
Okay, personally, were I to answer this question, my answer would already be somewhere on line...
What about you? Which of these responses resonates the most with you? Do you think it worth to ask this question, and try answering it?