Friday, February 27, 2009


A trucker who had driven his fully loaded rig to the top of a steep hill and was just starting down the equally steep other side noticed a man and a woman lying in the center of the road, making love!

He blew his air horn several times as he was bearing down on them.

Realizing that they were not about to get out of his way he slammed on his brakes and stopped just inches from them.

Getting out of the cab, madder than hell, the trucker walked to the front of the cab and looked down at the two, still in the road, and yelled, "What the hell's the matter with you two? Didn't you hear me blowing the horn? You could've been killed!"

The man on the highway, obviously satisfied and not too concerned, looked up and said, "Look, I was coming, she was coming, and you were coming. You were the only one with brakes!"



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Wednesday, February 25, 2009

Tuesday, February 24, 2009



Ndio, leo nipo ndani ya club washkaji! Madj wanaspin madisc na ndio kwanza nimetinga! The place is hot, the vibe is strong na am feeling like someone deserves to be ma baby, baby, baby tonite!!
Place imejaa chicks, kama we ni mtaalamu wa madebe longtime, ni rahisi kujua data zao. Wale kona ile pale mapashkuna...kaa mbali, noma, wanaropoka hao! Mmmmh, wale watatu wanaozurura kama wametumwa wawe waitresses ni vicheche tu, tena labda under-age! Nuksi, wanadandia any guy ready kugawa simu credit kama wauzaji wa Vodafasta town! Duh, kwenye dancefloor wamejaa mashow-gals, wanadansi kama vile video ya Beenie Man ndo inatengenezwa! Kila wimbo wanakata viuno! Anyway, tuache kuangalia watu!

Lakini hili ngoja niseme...hakika ze place is sexed up, siku hizi watoto "wanavaa", aisee, yaani matits almost dropping out! Migongo wazi hadi mkato wa tako! Thongs juu ya mkato wa kiuno, na matako yamebanwa hadi cellulite bumps are like a bad butt map! Chicks dress to kill! Si tungelipa tu like LAKI kiingilio we could all be coming nude! Eh?!
Anyway, ngoja nisisahau strategic reason I am here! I gat money, Tsh150.000 in ma pockets! Why? Coz nitakachoopoa tonite ni sawa na ajali! I hit it up and we won't see each other again while I save tena kasma hiyo for another episode. (I gat my Durex and Bomba 3! for variety! Au wewe hutumii zana...?) Mimi sio mjinga, alafu, sitokitoki tu bure each weekend! Popo? Besides, here is the real breakdown of ma cash homie!
1. 10/30 thou kiingilio (kama at door ni 10 bob, labda nitamkuta outside na mwenzake!)
2. 10 thou for ma own drinks, which I buy expensive and drink a quarter bot. Nani alewe!
3. 30 thou for her drinks and mates, simpi mkononi, notes nimeshaweka front pocket straight to waitress!
4. Oh, I gassed up like 30thou since am hunting club after club.....
5. 5 thou for mhudumu-kuwadi wangu! If unsure demu kaja na njemba or not, tuma muhudumu, si unajua some guys come to club with demu zao then let them free graze....Huwa sielewi!
6. 50-70 thou already paid at a place called Villa/Inn/Motel/Cottage something...but never ......HOUSE!
7. Well the rest is negotiable fees depending on usafi wake, huduma na kama she gon start bargaining straight up....hate cash-up-front chicks...!
So, I gat money, I smell gud, all I need is the finest chick in the place..........Mmmmmh!

Ghafla naona totoz matata all alone in the corner, nice upaja! Am gon change ma game, siopoi mlupo leo, huyu she looks like Katibu Muhtasi Gelesha...what? Huelewi? Well, some Managers ajiri chicks hata kama watajifunzia MSWord hapohapo kwenye PC ya reception...Anyway, ngoja niinue game yangu, namtokea!!



When you thought I wasn't watching

" A message every adult should read, because children are watching you and doing as you do, not as you say."

*When you thought I wasn't looking, I saw you hang my first painting on the refrigerator, and I immediately wanted to paint another one.
*When you thought I wasn't looking I saw you feed a stray cat, and I learned that it was good to be kind to animals.
*When you thought I wasn't looking, I saw you make my favourite cake for me and I learned that the little things can be thespecial things in life.
*When you thought I wasn't looking I heard you say a prayer,and I knew there is a God I could always talk to and I learned to trust in God.
*When you thought I wasn't looking, I saw you make a meal and take it to a friend who was sick, and I learned that we all have to help take care of each other.
*When you thought I wasn't looking, I saw you give of your time and money to help people who had nothing and I learned that those who have something should give to those who don't.
*When you thought I wasn't looking, I saw you take care of our house and everyone in it and I learned we have to take care of what we are given.
*When you thought I wasn't looking, I saw how you handled your responsibilities, even when you didn't feel good and I learned that I would have to be responsible when I grow up.
*When you thought I wasn't looking, I saw tears come from your eyes and I learned that sometimes things hurt,but it's alright to cry.
*When you thought I wasn't looking, I saw that you cared and I wanted to be everything that I could be.
*When you thought I wasn't looking, I learned most of life's lessons that I need to know to be a good and productive person when I grow up.
*When you thought I wasn't looking, I looked at you and wanted to say, "Thanks for all the things I saw when you thought I wasn't looking."


Monday, February 23, 2009



I wish to intro you all to this cool site!

You know, authoring a blog is NOT easy work. I enjoy it sana! I love writing, it has been a long time since I wrote so much except all the reports and memos at the office. Sometimes, you need to just accept you are writing to yourself....!

The thing about chickabouttown is Biche pens her stories in her good humored style and candid descriptions! I recommend it highly! Have fun...oh, I could only get this quick pic cause she was off again! She is actually extremely exciting to watch as she walks off....



Sasa story kidogo zaidi ila zaidi tupate a look at pics!

As mentioned, the Rio Carnival Parade is a really glorious competition, for which the scores are given by the judges. There are ten categories that decide which samba school will be the grand champion of the year: the drums, the samba song, harmony, development, the theme, the entire presentation, floats and decorations, costumes, the vanguard commission and finally the flag bearer and her escort. There are 4 judges of every category (altogether 40 of them) and they are spread along the samba avenue in their booths which are usually clearly marked with a sticker/banner called "Julgadores".
Scores are given on a scale of 5-10 (with fractions), 10 being the best one. They are counted and announced on Ash Wednesday, just after Carnival.
The best schools are, following the ranking of the last 5 years, in this order: Beija-Flor, Imperatriz , Mangueira, Viradouro , Mocidade, Salgueiro and Unidos da Tijuca.

Samba Schools: The samba schools are associations of people from the same neighborhood, usually a working class community of the favelas and bring a sense of community and belonging. They get together on a regular basis for rehearsals and samba nights and are actually not teaching institutions as their name suggests. The origin of the name "samba school" comes from the legend that the early sambistas used to rehearse in an empty lot near a teachers' college. "We also teach! Here the students learn to breathe and live samba!"
The schools have a huge impact on their neighborhoods, being the best organized entities in the favelas, with thousands of people joining the rehearsals and carnival preparations. They are often politically involved, too.
The schools raise money from ticket sales, television broadcasts and dance events. Some of the money given by members and sponsorships comes from illegal gambling.

Duh, hii nimetafuta weeeee maneno nimekosa kabsa ya kuelezea!

The Parade starts at 9 p.m. and goes on until sunlight the next day, around 5-6 a.m. Each samba school has a time of 60 to 75 minutes to make it through the run-way.
Nahakika when you look at these pics mawazo yako yanastaajabika (kama ni first time kuona Rio Pics) na unajiambia kwamba hawa watu ni mabaradhuli kweli! Hawana haya na wamelaaniwa! I think if we were to look deeply into numerous cultural practises around the world, we would be terribly shocked!
Whereas the "civilized" person may feel the show of flesh is primitive and ungodly, perhaps it is denying that most civilizations crafted 'clothes" for convenience. Too cold, too windy, too wet etc.
Huwa nahisi kuvaa ndio haswa kumeleta matatizo mengi ya kileo. It is open to discussion hapa jamani, lakini naamini kwamba jamii ambazo hazina aibu ya utupu kwa kiwango kikubwa zina nidhamu kubwa ya maswala ya ngono?
Am I right or wrong? Think about it without being judgemental or prejudiced. Start by looking at local tribes that are "underdressed' like the Maasai. I think they have relatively disciplined sexual practises. Am sure the guys see the female boobs ALL the time but am unsure if there are serious "tit touching" offenses as there used to be "butt slaps" in Kariakoo!
I have not seen never-ending crowds of men hanging around staring or taking personal pics of Maasai maidens selling Mkuryati pale Magomeni Hospitali! Je, hii ni kwasababu TUMEWAZOEA? As for the Maasai gals, umewahi kusikia malalamiko ya mchezo mbaya ulioibuka wa wao kuwafunua Morani wao.....?
So, what is it about a woman in tight, butt hugging Levis that makes men go crazy? Hebu rudi uangalie hizo picha kwa makini, je, akili yako inaelekea wapi? Do you find them totally detestable? Yaani hakuna hata moja inayokuvutia hata kisanii? Really? You wouldn't come to Rio with me even if I paid round trip, accomodation and allowances....! Kweli?
Hey, I am askn the guys, this is essentially blog for us sio? Ok, poa, wadada mnasemaje?


Sina uhakika kama kuvacation kwa kuhudhuria Rio Carnival itakua ni relaxing au stressing! Maana umati unaojikusanya kushuhudia na kushiriki kwa wiki nzima si mchezo!

Anyway, hakuna Carnival kama Rio Carnival! Most men dream about it, there are beautiful women there, you may bump into Naomi as seen above! However, we can happily view the reality here!
So, what is it all about?

Who is who in the Parade
King of Carnaval (King Momo) "Momo" is the name of the god of mockery in the Greek mythology, and according to Carnival tradition, King Momo should be jolly and as big as a house. Legend suggests that he was expulsed from the Olympus to come and settle down in Rio, the city of Carnival. Carnival officially opens in the delivery of the key of the city to King Momo. When King Momo sambas, everything - sequins, feathers and flesh and all people should also samba with him. He will be opening all major Carnival events including the Rio Carnival Parades.

Queen of Carnival and the Princesses of Carnival: The Queen of Carnival is chosen by contest based on her beauty, self-assurance, sociability, ease of expression, congeniality and samba abilities, but overall must have the "carnival spirit". The 2nd and the 3rd place candidates in the Queen of Carnival contest are named Princesses of Carnival.
Carnival Designer (Carnavalesco)This is the individual who is responsible for the artistic work of designing, producing and directing the school's parade. Sometimes they chose and write the theme too. They design every costume and float, chose and supervise the purchasing of materials, supervise the construction and manufacture of floats, costumes and accessories. They can earn a lot of money, in a top school. The names of the top carnival designers are as well known as the names of top film directors. They have their own idiosyncratic style, some being known for being very futuristic (Salgueiro), baroque/rococo ( Imperatriz , Mangueira), or have a special preference for a particular topic (like Beija-Flor´s preference for anything native Brazilian-Indian).
Wing (Ala): A group of 20-200 people wearing the same costume. The costume will illustrate an aspect of the school's theme. Every wing has a president who is responsible for the costumes and co-ordination of all the wing´s members.
Vanguard Commission: See photos A group of 12-15 dancers with a highly choreographed routine, who parade at the front of the school "Introducing" the school to the crowds. Their costumes do not have to reflect the schools theme. Originally they were only well-dress men. Recently they have become a spectacle on their own, with great choreographers.
The Flag Bearer and her Escort: She is carrying and presenting the school's flag, while they are dancing down the Sambodromo, as the symbol of the School. He is there to protect her (originally he had a knife to make sure that the other schools are not damaging the flag, loosing the competition). Their dance is the most elaborate and elegant. The schools have more than one couple of flag bearers but only the front one (in front of the drummer group) is important and gains scores.
Baianas: Older women dressed in glitzy variations of the traditional costume of Bahia with big skirts having tubes inserted inside so that they lend themselves for some beautiful swirling. Swirling along the avenue, they represent the soul of the samba schools, their African roots. There is a minimum number that must parade or the school gets penalty points (80 minimum in the Special Group). They are old people of the community, who have already been with the same School for many years like samba dancers. This is an honor and the samba school pays for their costumes. They are much respected and often get a round of applause when passing. Today only women can have this role while in earlier years men started to dress in those costumes, too. Some schools (like Beija-Flor, Grande Rio, Salgueiro, etc) also have wings of little Baianas (baianinhas) of young girls.
Drummer Group (Bateria): This is the heart of the School. It lends life and energy for the whole parade. A community wing, thus the costumes are paid for by the school. The Head of the Drummer Group chooses who is going to play in the group in a continuous audition at the rehearsals during many months before Carnival. The group's costume will reflect the theme, sometimes they are so big that it's hard to play. There are overhead mikes carried alongside the group and a sound truck with the singers. A school with a very good drummer group is a more then likely candidate for the champion´s title. There are traditional ones, using the same elements for decades (like Mangueira, Portela, Imperio Serrano). In the 80s, Mocidade however bought some new form for their drummers along in the rhythm they played. And so, some other schools (like Viradouro, Grande Rio, Porto da Pedra, Beija-Flor) started to use further innovation using totally new components (going as far as using funk), like high choreography. This seems to be very successful.
Queen of Drummer Group: A beautiful female samba dancer in front of and introducing the Drummer Group to the crowd. She is supposed to motivate and inspire the hundreds of male drummers behind her.
Samba Dancers (Passistas): A small wing of the finest samba dancers in the school - no more than 15 or 20. It's very hard to dance the samba at Rio´s speed whilst moving forward at nearly walking pace for 1/2 km: the samba dancers are a star turn. They are chosen through competition each year.
Stewards of the Flow (Harmonia): Each float and each wing has a number of dedicated stewards to ensure that the flow is kept up. They will wear the T shirt of their wing or float. There are penalty points if the school takes too long to parade and points are lost in the Rio Carnival Parade if there are any gaps between or inside the wings.

The highlight of the Rio Carnival is undoubtedly the Rio Carnival Parade, a totally unique event in the world. It is something everybody has to experience at least once in life.
The event is broadcast live to several countries. Watching on TV is cool but not half as much fun as being there. You have to mingle with the crowd, watch the Brazilians and Cariocas (the Rio citizens) and for the best and real experience even march with a samba school.
The Rio Carnival Parade is the review of and actually a fierce competition in between the samba schools. The judges and spectators watch the Parade in the Sambodromo as seen below.

The Rio samba schools are subject to strict hierarchy. The top 12 schools (the Special Group) march on Carnival Sunday and Monday, seven each night. The two nights are similar in terms of set-up, the only difference being the schools parading. These are the most glamorous parades, the ones which need to be seen.
Each year a school is downgraded from the Special to the Access Group (also called Group A), which comprises the 10 less successful schools which parade on Carnival Saturday, and vice-versa. The 6-7 schools that score best in the Special category, earn the coveted honor of marching again the following weekend, at the Champions' Parade on Saturday.
There are further samba parades in the Sambodromo - The Children´s Parade on Friday and the Group B (Base Group) on Carnival Tuesday.
The Rio Carnival Parade is not a street carnival, where people move chaotically about but more of a highly orchestrated show of vast proportions. Every parader has a specific role and place according to his costume in a particular wing of a particular section of the samba school he is parading in support of.


"Slumdog Millionaire" took the best-picture Academy Award and seven other Oscars on Sunday, including director for Danny Boyle, whose ghetto-to-glory story paralleled the film's unlikely rise to Hollywood's summit.
The other top winners: Kate Winslet, best actress for the Holocaust-themed drama "The Reader"; Sean Penn, best actor for the title role of "Milk"; Heath Ledger, supporting actor for "The Dark Knight"; and Penelope Cruz, supporting actress for "Vicky Cristina Barcelona."
A story of hope amid squalor in Mumbai, India, "Slumdog Millionaire" came in with 10 nominations, its eight wins including adapted screenplay, cinematography, editing and both music Oscars (score and song).
"Just to say to Mumbai, all of you who helped us make the film and all of those of you who didn't, thank you very much. You dwarf even this guy," Boyle said, holding up his directing Oscar.

The filmmakers accepted the best-picture trophy surrounded by both the adult professional actors who appeared among the cast of relative unknowns and some of the children Boyle cast from the slums of Mumbai.
The film follows the travails and triumphs of Jamal, an orphan who artfully dodges a criminal gang that mutilates children to make them more pitiable beggars. Jamal witnesses his mother's violent death, endures police torture and struggles with betrayal by his brother, while single-mindedly hoping to reunite with the lost love of his childhood.
Fate rewards Jamal, whose story unfolds through flashbacks as he recalls how he came to know the answers that made him a champion on India's version of "Who Wants to Be a Millionaire."

As he took the stage to accept his prize for playing slain gay-rights pioneer Harvey Milk, Penn gleefully told the crowd: "You commie, homo-loving sons of guns."
He followed with condemnation of anti-gay protesters who demonstrated near the Oscar site and comments about California's recent vote to ban gay marriage.

For his demented reinvention of Batman villain the Joker, Ledger became only the second actor ever to win posthumously, his triumph coming exactly 13 months after his death from an accidental overdose of prescription drugs. His Oscar for the Warner Bros. blockbuster was accepted by Ledger's parents and sister on behalf of the actor's 3-year-old daughter, Matilda.
"I have to say this is ever so humbling, just being amongst such wonderful people in such a wonderful industry," said his father, Kim Ledger. "We'd like to thank the academy for recognizing our son's amazing work, Warner Bros., and Christopher Nolan in particular for allowing Heath the creative license to develop and explore this crazy Joker character."

Since his death, the 28-year-old Ledger has gained a mythic aura akin to James Dean, another rising star who died well before his time. The Joker was his final completed role, a casting choice that initially drew scorn from fans who thought Ledger would not be up to the task given Jack Nicholson's gleefully campy rendition of the character in 1989's "Batman."
In the months before Ledger's death, buzz on his wickedly chaotic performance swelled as marketing for the movie centered on the Joker and the perverted clown makeup he hid behind.
Ledger's death fanned a frenzy of anticipation for "The Dark Knight," which had a record $158.4 million opening weekend last summer.

The previous posthumous Oscar recipient was Peter Finch, who won best actor for 1976's "Network" two months after his death.
Cruz triumphed as a woman in a steamy three-way affair with her ex-husband and an American woman in Woody Allen's romance. "Has anybody ever fainted here? Because I might be the first one," Cruz said, who went on with warm thanks to Allen. "Thank you, Woody, for trusting me with this beautiful character. Thank you for having written all these years some of the greatest characters for women."
"OK, that fainting thing, Penelope," Winslet joked later as she accepted her best-actress prize for "The Reader," in which she plays a former concentration camp guard in an affair with a teen. "I'd be lying if I haven't made a version of this speech before. I think I was probably 8 years old and staring into the bathroom mirror, and this would be a shampoo bottle. But it's not a shampoo bottle now." It was Winslet's first win after five previous losses.

The epic love story "The Curious Case of Benjamin Button," which led with 13 nominations, had three wins, for visual effects, art direction and makeup. COMING TO TZ SCREENS SOON!"
The Dark Knight" had a second win, for sound editing.
"Man on Wire," James Marsh's examination of tight-rope walker Philippe Petit's dazzling stroll between the towers of the World Trade Center in 1974, was chosen as best documentary.
I THOUGHT THIS WAS INTERESTING ABOUT PRODUCING THE OSCARS, AWARD SHOWS CAN BECOME DEADLY BORING: The acting categories were presented by five past winners of the same awards, among them last year's actress winners, Marion Cotillard and Tilda Swinton, plus Halle Berry, Nicole Kidman, Kevin Kline, Sophia Loren, Anthony Hopkins, Shirley MacLaine and Robert De Niro.
It was a much different style for the Oscars as each past recipient offered personal tributes to one of the nominees, without clips of the nominated performances. Awards usually are done in chit-chat style between a couple of celebrity presenters.
After last year's Oscars delivered their worst TV ratings ever, producers this time aimed to liven up the show with some surprises and new ways of presenting awards. Rather than hiring a comedian such as past hosts Jon Stewart or Chris Rock, the producers went with actor and song-and-dance man Hugh Jackman, who has been host of Broadway's Tony Awards.
Instead of the usual standup routine, Jackman did an engaging musical number to open the show, saluting nominated films with a clever tribute.
Jackman later did a medley staged by his "Australia" director Baz Luhrmann with such performers as Beyonce Knowles and "High School Musical" stars Vanessa Hudgens and Zac Efron.
"Slumdog Millionaire" went into the evening after a run of prizes from earlier film honors.
The film nearly got lost in the shuffle as Warner Bros. folded its art-house banner, Warner Independent, which had been slated to distribute "Slumdog Millionaire." It was rescued from the direct-to-video scrap heap when Fox Searchlight stepped in to release the film.
"Slumdog" composer A.R. Rahman, a dual Oscar winner for the score and song, said the movie was about "optimism and the power of hope." "All my life, I've had a choice of hate and love," Rahman said. "I chose love, and I'm here.

Sunday, February 22, 2009



Tiffani Jennell: with her measurements of 34c-24-39 has got the curves for the urban market but with her lean, long legs she also walks the runway. Tiffani got her start in a FUBU campaign ad in Seventeen magazine but you’ve also have seen her as the video vixen in Lily Wayne and Birdman’s “My Leather So Soft.” What leather, isn't that skin on her...?

COOL WEEKEND PART 2: Millenium Tower!

Grooveback Nite @ Mzalendo Pub! Djs Peter Moe/Kelvin/ Rankim! Droppn deadly mixes of classic Yenus, Dancehall, Rn B Jams every SaturdayNites; 930pm till you drop! 5k at door is worth all the great fun at the Millenium Towers!

You guys are rockn! Oh, I say, bring on greater variety of the music...!

Sat down with four fine girls on Sat. All singo from what I figured. So I thought to maself, mmmmh, what happens if a guy steps up and wants to join the party? Would he get shrugged off? Invited? What criteria would the ladies apply to boot or invite?
Check the post on DON SAY THAT HOMIE...!
Drove out at gettn old...those chicks were there till 5am!!!


On the 7th March, Master T launches a spot so wild, you'll become primitive, so freaky you will loose yourself! You know the Master!
Get ready to obey the Ultimate Party Master!!!


Mzungu Kichaa jukwaani...'Tupo Pamoja!'
Mambo vp? So, weekend yako ilikua vp?
Kuna getaways kibao siku hizi, ni wewe na mfuko wako tu! I am making it a point to have a date with an event each weekend. If you have a party or something taking place, let me know where and allow me to come click away! Here is my part 1-weekend in pics starting at Mzungu Kichaa album launch Dar Alive...

Mzee Sykes, dingi wa Dully alipanda na kutia know!! Mmh, mmmmh, mmmmh..yeah!!!Old skool soul crooner!

Day na Evans walikua makini mic zisipige miluziiiiii!

Ngwear na Fid Q wakapanda, duh, michano mikali ya akili na freestylii za Ngwe balla!! People in the place were like Whooooa!

"Tunamkubali Kichaa wetu yuleee, yap!"
Faces mbalimbali zilikuwepo, including Zavarro who liked the place, hapa anatafakari na kunetwork with a Moshi friend on where Wapi! should go next!
Later, we were hangin out with celebs! Mzungu kichaa used the basics of true rap music distibution, hand to hand hustlin!

Gat my CD from him for 10bobs, Anna Peter gat hers for zits! Kichaa was apologetic, I understood! Some you sell, some are promo! Lol!! Poa, am bumping mine in the car stereo! Kupata feeling zake Mzungu Kichaa (Espen Sorensen) (tune into TBC International 90.0fm! Check him out on:
Left the spot at midnite! Millenium Tower next!

Mlimani Meadow Villas - A way of life

Man hizi villas zinapendeza kweli!! Tukasafishe macho jamani....!
Picha zaidi kwenye link hapo chini...duh!! Kali!


The Estia Real Estate Co. is proud to offer you it's latest creation in Dar es Salaam – Now announcing rental availability at the new Mlimani Meadow Villas (behind Mlimani Mall). To access a presentation incorporating further details, specs and monetary information, please follow the link below;

To organize a guided tour of the villa estate, or any other assistance, kindly contact:
Ms. Teresa Fisher at or +255 753 782837.
The next open-days will be on the 21st and 22nd of February, between 10am – 2pm.

Warm regards,
Nishit Kanabar