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  1. P.s


    I'm enjoying this debate, finnally people here have actuall opinions instead of being all nice.


    I have to agree with the cynical spinster ladies in this joint, there are a lot worse things in this world, to be depressed about than not being married.

  2. Originally posted by -Lily-:

    ^^If a woman covers up clearly she has no interest in 'attracting' the likes of you . :rolleyes:

    That's exactly the point, hence she is not 'sexy'. :D


    Find a different word to make yourselfs feel better, but the word sexy has a specific definition.

  3. ^ What's sexy about some damn woman and her baby? I think some people here are changing the definition of the word sexy, let's be real here.


    Sexy: Arousing or tending to arouse sexual desire or interest.

  4. Sexiness is not an attitude or some other nonsense, you gotta show some T&A while wearing your hijaab and being conservative, if you want to attract men or else you'll be gumeys like many women.

  5. Confucius Say...



    Man who run in front of car get tired.


    Man who eat many prunes get good run for money.


    Baseball is wrong - man with four balls cannot walk.


    War doesn't determine who is right, war determines who is left.


    Wife who put husband in doghouse soon find him in cathouse.


    Man who fight with wife all day get no piece at night.


    It take many nails to build crib but one screw to fill it.


    Man who drive like hell bound to get there.


    Man who lives in glass house should change clothes in basement.


    Man who fishes in other man's well often catches crabs.


    Don't eat the snow where the huskies go!


    Support bacteria -- it's the only culture some people have!


    Man who lose key to apartment not get new key.


    He who sitteth on an upturned tack shall surely rise.


    Even the greatest of whales is helpless in middle of desert.


    Man who sit on tack get point!


    Man who jumps off cliff, jumps to conclusion!

  6. * Pope insists on controversial anti-condom policy


    * Says world economic crisis due to "deficit of ethics"


    * Africa suffering "disproportionately" from global crisis


    (Recasts after arrival, large crowds on motorcade route)


    By Philip Pullella and David Lewis


    YAOUNDE, March 17 (Reuters) - Pope Benedict on Tuesday reaffirmed the Roman Catholic Church's opposition to the use of condoms in the fight against AIDS as he started a visit to Africa, where more than 25 million people have died from the disease in recent decades.


    The Pope, who arrived to a tumultuous welcome in the capital of Cameroon, also said the continent's people were suffering disproportionately due to the global challenges of food shortages, financial crises and climate change.


    "It (AIDS) cannot be overcome by the distribution of condoms. On the contrary, they increase the problem," he said in response to a question about the Church's widely contested position against the use of condoms.


    The disease has killed more than 25 million people since the early 1980s, mostly in sub-Saharan Africa, and some 22.5 million Africans are living with HIV.


    His words were some of his most explicit on the use of condoms to stop the spread of AIDS since his election in 2005.


    The Church teaches that fidelity within heterosexual marriage, chastity and abstinence are the best ways to stop AIDS. It does not approve condoms but some Church leaders have been calling for allowing their use in rare cases between married heterosexual couples where one partner has the disease.


    "The only solution is two-fold: the first is a humanisation of sexuality, a human, spiritual renewal which brings with it a new way of behaving among people and, secondly, a true friendship, especially for those who are suffering, a willingness to make personal sacrifices," he said.


    He called for "correct behaviour regarding one's body".




    The Pope was greeted by tens of thousands of dancing and singing people lining the 25 km route from the airport to the city.


    With the number of practising Catholics dwindling in the developed world, Africa is seen as vital to the Church's future. But the relationship is not without controversy, mainly over the condoms issue.


    "At a time of global food shortages, financial turmoil, and disturbing patterns of climate change Africa suffers disproportionately," he told crowds on his arrival.


    "More and more of her people are falling prey to hunger, poverty and disease. They cry out for reconciliation, justice and peace, and that is what the church offers them," he said.


    Speaking to reporters on the plane, the Pope said the economic crisis was a product of a "deficit of ethics in economic structures".


    "Ethics is something that should not be outside economics, but inside it. The economy does not work if it does not carry an ethical component inside itself," he said.


    In his arrival address to President Paul Biya, Benedict called on Christians to tackle violence, poverty, corruption and abuse of power, issues that have continually stifled the continent's progress.


    Many in Cameroon have called on the Pope to send a strong message to his host, Biya, who has ruled for over 26 years.


    Biya's time in power has been marked by accusations of high-level corruption and human rights abuses. The security forces this week destroyed street-side stalls that provided an income for thousands, in a bid to clean up the city. (Additional reporting by Tansa Musa; Editing by Angus MacSwan)

  7. ^ She definitly wants a biece of this.


    Originally posted by Cara:

    Sir-Qalbi, I got a quote for ya, by the eminent philosophers popularly known as TLC


    A scrub is a guy that thinks he's fly and is

    also known as a buster

    always talkin' about what he wants

    and just sits on his broke a$$

    so (no)

    I don't want your number

    no I don't wanna give you mine

    and no I don't wanna meet you nowhere

    no I don't want none of your time and no

    You say no no no, but all i hear is yes yes. Don't loose your chance to get your groove back eedo sidii stella. :D

  8. Originally posted by Geel_jire:

    ^ For engineering.


    The best option is to do a PMP (Professional project management)certification.


    most engineering firms are project based organizations and are structured in the PMI way.


    once you reach a senior engineer level, you hit the ceiling of a subject matter expert, and going into the project management side is the only way up.


    and it pays $$$$


    but it requires that you already have ~5 years of PM experience.


    technical certifications within your field, would be better for you if you are a recent grad with not alot of experience

    Thanks brah, I will look at more information on PM certificate.


    I'm really not that interested in technical certification though.


    Btw, what dicipline of engineering are you in?

  9. Originally posted by +FahIIma:

    If only he had the decency to undress you with his eyes before raping you with them. Typical madow ey...Let's hope a farax knows the protocol.

    horta this term 'madow' that somali's use for other africans makes no sense, most somali's are as dark as dhuxul themselves.

  10. Originally posted by *Ibtisam*:

    I will dig up the evidence for you if I can, but in short, the person is judged on their current state, so a former reformed fornicator does not have to pair up with another reformer, they make their repentance to Allah for their mistakes and are no longer in that category. The ayah is relevant to those who do not repent and remain in that life style.

    I'm curious to see of the evidence, because this line of thinking implies that one can go about sinning and as soon as they repent, then it's as if they haven't sinned at all.

  11. Garyaqaan


    Bal ukaadi, been ma sheegin adeer, aniga waxaan ahay nin amxaar ah oo dhagaxbuur ku dhashtay, Hilib ceyriin baan jeclahay xataa. Hadda waxaad is leedhahay, nin amxaar soo luqada soomali u bartay, somaha? aan kuu sheego, waxaan ahay undercover agent oo somali jamacada addis abbaba ku bartay, missionkayga waa inaa somalida isku diro. Haye, hadaa su'aal kala haysid, haka xishoon inaa ii weydiisid.

  12. Originally posted by AAliyah416:

    Malika right on sis....those jobs are reserved for them..haka saarto!


    Qalbiadeyg caadi weeye jikada ada galaya maanta....


    sidey Faduma Nakruma tidhi...


    every dog has a day today is our day (somali ladies)



    Faduma Nakruma? is that some ghaneese woman, related to the late great Kwame Nkrumah?


    okay, have fun with your 'day'. :D

  13. Originally posted by me:

    nopes.....I would say its to better get industry qualifications in your field (ACCA,CFA, CIMA etc etc)......if you want to get a better chance in the job market. But if your doing it for the knowledge, grab a book an read instead of wasting money and time on a title.

    I'm not in accounting or business though, I'm in engineering and I want to do technological management. But thanks chief.

  14. Our misfortunes do not stem from the unproductiveness of our soil nor from a lack of mineral wealth. These limitations on our material well-being were accepted and compensated.. [with]: the teaching of islam on the one and lyric poetry on the other

    Who can guess which famous somali said this? the first person to get it right, will get a trillion zimbabewean dollars through dhahabshil or amal(your choice).

  15. For those who have it, Is it worth getting an MBA anymore? Any information about it would be help, I'm thinking of getting it within the next years inshallah. Also, recommendations for schools would be helpful. Tangis.