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Thursday, December 8, 2016

Check out this amazing five generations Nigerian family photo

Elophoto studio posted this photo of four generation....his grandmother-in law, mother-in law, his wife and daughter. What he wrote after the cut...

"Last week I took it upon myself to visit my wife’s grandmother in a village in Edo State. It has been over 10 years since I saw her and I had a feeling she might not be around for as long as we think. At 92, you could literally say she’s seen her share of what life has to offer especially when she has witnessed 4 generations of life. It was a 25-hours roundtrip roadtrip that was worth every minute of it. I wanted to document the lineage of the one I considered to have been priviledged to call wife for over 10 years. I would eventually take the following conceptual picture of my grandma-inlaw, my mother-inlaw, my wife, and my daughter. I wanted to document the family in a way that was different from the family portraits I had taken in the past. Looking at the picture, I eventually got more insights to life than I had envisaged.
Life is indeed beautiful regardless of the trials one has been through. When I look at the picture I see a woman in her 90s who had experienced 4 miscarriages before giving birth to my mother inlaw. I see a woman in her 60s who has lost her husband and is the definition of a strong and virtuous woman. I see a woman in her 30s whose relationship with me can be likened to the undeserved grace God extended towards the Gentiles: I didn’t deserve her but God favored me. I see a woman in her 3s (if there’s something like that, or what will I call a 3.5 years old girl) whose confidence, beauty and intelligence still manages to amuse me every day. What do you see when you look at this portrait of 4 generations?"

United fans have no chill! See what they wrote about Fellaini

Of course Paul Scholes didn't say that, just an angry United fan who thinks the Belgian is not good enough to make the team. The Red Devils were leading by a slim 1-0 scoreline against Everton at the weekend when Fellaini came on as a late substitute and gave away a cheap penalty. Leighton Baines dispatched the spot kick to rob United of a valuable victory.

Which one is photoshoppped?

Unbelievable! Have you heard about the flying cars?

Modern technology has gone as far ahead as to offer amazing, sometimes weird and completely unimaginable things. Just a hundred years ago, the humankind couldn’t imagine we could communicate while staying hundreds of kilometers away from each other, hearing each other’s voices and seeing each other’s faces. But now, we do it as a common thing as we’ve got smartphones, tablets, laptops and other wonderful devices.
For the moment, it seems completely unbelievable that in the nearest future we will be able to drive the flying cars. Seems, like Toyota ventures to make Jeles’ Verne dream come true.
Japanese Toyota
Unbelievable! Have you heard about the flying cars?
If there is any possibility that the humankind would enjoy driving flying cars, a Japanese manufacturer Toyota has already claimed its rights for the patent of such vehicle. Instead of Toyota’s typical coup-style or hatchback, the car of new generation will have a propeller on its back, meaning that it will operate with a rear motor. When grounded, the wings will stow underneath the body panels – that’s why the design is featured with the shape-shifting fuselage with tensile skin. The patent application released in late June, 2016 states the following: “Existing aero cars include wings used during the flight mode that are designed to fold against the fuselage in the land mode. Storing wings in such a manner can subject the wings to damage, reduce fuel economy, and limit operator aft and side views in the land mode”.
Slovakian AeroMobil
Unbelievable! Have you heard about the flying cars?
Not only Japanese car manufacturers are planning on producing flying cars. The Slovakian AeroMobil intend to release its first flying car already in 2017. The first commercially available model is expected to be a two-seater with a 435-mile range, take-off speed of 81 miles per hour, top air speed at around 124 miles per hour and an autopilot function. Vaculik expects these cars to be appealing to luxury car fans and flight enthusiasts, so the price tag will fall somewhere between the offerings from Tesla Motors and a small plane of a couple hundred thousand dollars.
American Terrafugia
Unbelievable! Have you heard about the flying cars?
Americans do not trail far behind the others and are preparing their own flying car. Terrafugia company is getting ready to come out with the Transition – a folding-wing, two-seat, roadable aircraft, which is designed to fly like a typical Light Sport Aircraft in the air and drive like a typical car on the ground. It is expected to fit in a standard construction single-car garage, run on premium unleaded automotive gasoline, and convert between flight and drive modes just within a minute.

Wednesday, December 7, 2016

TIME magazine names Donald Trump it's person of the year; refers to him as 'President of the Divided States of America'

TIME magazine has named Donald Trump its person of the year, referring to ( )him as the President of the Divided States of America. According to Time Editor, Nancy Gibbs, this year's choice was one of the most straight forward. He beat Hilary Clinton to clinch the position.

Nancy Gibbs refered to him as unconventional, stating that they have never had one person operating as he did have so much impact.

"I don't think that we have ever seen one person, operating in such an unconventional way, have an impact on the events of the year" She said

Photos: Peter Okoye shows off his ripped body

Peter Okoye shared the shirtless photos on Instagram. See another photo after the cut...

True Life Story: My Struggle with hair loss and how I finally got my confidence back!

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I have been struggling with my hair loss for over 4 years. When I found out I was losing my hair, it was very sudden and very traumatic. I was trying to grow my natural hair and it proved to be very difficult.  It seemed to be growing very slowly and not very strong.
This was a very difficult time for me and added to my insecurity.  We can blame it on the media or society but the reality is, as women a lot of our identity is wrapped up in our beauty and our hair is a large part of that beauty. As a woman, having a Long, thick, easily flowing hair is idolized by us in general, particularly because many of us do not have long, thick, easily flowing hair down to the middle of our backs.  We have to focus more on keeping our hair moisturized and protected.

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I soon realized that it wasn’t only slow hair growth, but that I was actually losing my hair. Every month as my hair grew, I would lose more than what had grown. This is when I noticed that I was suffering with hair loss.

My Hair Loss Journey
My natural black afro use to be thick. It was not very long, but it had some good density. The first time I knew I was suffering from some form of hair loss was when that thick afro started to feel and look thinner. The hair loss started on the left, front side of my scalp and then eventually moved to the left, back side of my head.

Searching For Help From Other Women
When I had discovered that my hair was thinning, I still had no idea that it was alopecia. All I knew was that my hair was thinning and I thought maybe I could find some support or answers from other women online, who had hair like mine, who I could relate with about my hair loss.
As I searched the web for other women who had suffered from hair loss, I kept finding more and more women who had really amazing hair growth, but not very many women who openly discussed their hair loss issues.  I started to realize that hair loss amongst women was rarely discussed online and that hair loss within the black community was not a topic for discussion.  It just wasn’t talked about.
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Why Can’t I Find Any Answers?
I thought it was because hair loss was a very personal and embarrassing topic amongst women in general. I soon came to realize that many women, especially ladies, were not talking about hair loss because many of us did not even know that we were experiencing hair loss.  I had so many questions about hair loss and how to stop it, but there was little to no information that was actually helpful.

When it comes to natural hair care and growing our natural hair, as women, we tend to focus on the length and thickness of our hair.  We get so caught up on growing our hair, that we often overlook the fact that we are actually losing our hair.  I believe the major reason why we do this, is because nobody wants to think that they very well could be losing their hair. We would prefer to grow our natural hair and not look so much into why there is hair loss.  I know I did this for many years and it was because I was afraid to find out the answer. Since I was unable to connect with other women who had my issue, I decided I should seek some medical advice.  I decided to talk to my doctor and then go from there. CLICK HERE TO CONTINUE READING <<

I Went To The Doctor
The hair on the right side of my scalp was always thick and healthy and never had any problems, but for some reason, the hair on left side was always thin and brittle.  I started to notice that my hair would fall out and it wasn’t growing back.  My hair was getting thinner and thinner.

I was scared. I decided that I needed to bring this concern to my doctor.  I went to my doctor and he looked at the spots and he told me that my hair loss was due to alopecia. I had no idea what alopecia was.  I have never heard of this word alopecia in my life! I have never been seriously ill, so I didn’t know what caused my alopecia or why it was happening to me.

Sadly, my doctor didn’t know either and was no help at all in aiding me with my question of, “How do I get my hair to grow back?”
He said it may or may not grow back and that only time would tell.

My Hair Growth Success
After years of trial and error and more hair loss, I hit rock bottom.
I was sick of looking in the mirror and seeing more and more hair missing from head.  I decided to shave my hair all off and start over.

This relieved me of much of my stress, but shaving my head bald was not the solution to my problem.  I needed answers and a solution that would help me to get back the hair that I had lost and with that, my self-confidence. I did some research, I did some praying too and I Finally discovered this Natural Hair Treatment that helped my hair re-growth and stopped breakages.