Big Ben

Big Ben
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Recent pages by Big Ben

A valuable lesson I learnt in high school about improvisation.
A time in primary school when I cocked up a simple push-up.
The gang and I attend a friend's funeral and things do not go as expected
A list of terms that rental agencies use to advertise apartments and what they actually mean. For the love of all things good,do your research and go view the place before doing anything else.
Sometimes, lying is better than having to tell the truth.
A sad retelling of the first time I ever attended a rock concert.
A text message sent to the wrong person leads to an awkward confession.
After taking my 8 month old nephew under my wing, he goes on to prove to me that imitation is NOT the sincerest form of flattery.
How I got tricked into watching Spartacus: Blood and Sand.
A brief explanation of how the Zimbabwean economy fell.
Egypt has always been leading the charge of progression in Africa. This is simply a look back at how it began and how it got to it's current state.
A look at the strained relationship between African countries/leaders and the International Criminal Court and how that could bring the birth of the African Court of Justice and Human Rights.
My experience on finding and gaining a support group.
Small pointers that help me take on the worst that life has to offer. I hope it helps some of out folks out there.
An old man shocks a courtroom with his confession.
A look at Samson's incredible dedication to screwing the Philistines over.
A look back at one of the craziest deals in the automobile industry.
A decision every drunk has faced at some point or another: himself or his beer.
A simple explanation of what the International Monetary Fund is, what their job is, and how it affects global economy and trade.
Continuing my look back at African history. A group of plucky farmers take on a colonial power in a bid to preserve their identity, gain independence, and to fight for what they believe is theirs.
Seeing that it's Black History Month, I figured that I could look back at a pivotal time in black history, the Atlantic Slave Trade. This look back is done with the aim of not just showing how far black people have come, but society as a whole.
My tale of overcoming apathy to gain perspective. I hope you folks can use this to take a hard look at yourselves and see if YOU need perspective.
Folks, you don't need motivational speakers as you are your best motivator.
The story of Jephthah proves that there are some things you can't take back.
The story of a woman’s heroic decision to kill a man while he slept.
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