Don’t snatch my laptop. Create your own income.

In the great capital of Kenya: Nairobi central business district! Time check — at approximately 1830hours. The location was none other than Kenneth Matiba road, former Accra road. I had checked in from Luthuli Avenue. Downtown. My destination was the Gachie bus stop for public means of transport. The mind was fixed on a few things; one was traffic, and curfew was the second. The third and fourth are none of your business in this article. I had closed a business deal with the Nyota Paints company boss. I don’t handle cash, though. Of course, he knows. In case I do, then not more than a thousand bobs. I did not mean that I am paid less than a thousand shillings per hour for my services.

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Why it is too expensive to die right now

Sometimes, life might seem unbearable. If you ever think of dawning in the sea, just reach the waters, wash your face then walk back. The beauty of this universe is that it is given to humanity for free. However, it becomes expensive when one disturbs mind, body, soul and spirit. When you keep these big four elements at peace, any difficult situation will take care of itself as life goes on with abundant hopes.

Let us remind ourselves of the metaphorical narrative when two people looked at the same glass.

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How to write an ultimate literature narrative

Have you ever finished reading a story or watching a movie and said to yourself, “That seemed so real!”? Some of the best fiction stories are based on the struggles that real people experience. The stories in articles, ‘Stranger than Fiction’ _By John Macklin deal with real life issues. The event in your life can inspire you to write you own sort stories. You can explore on how to write own fiction stories through reading other writers articles. In a short story, writers explore an idea, event, or a feeling that’s important to them.

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The ultimate things you need to know if you want to stay in a business

Starting a business is never as hard as staying in a business

It is not a good thing to talk about oneself. Of course each and everyone has a story tell. Not just one but series of stories. We can recite our stories daily. perhaps is a mental movie in a re-play mode, or a featuring film that repeats in our minds. Sometimes we failed, we weren’t smart, we weren’t lovable…. not good enough. Just like when we start a business and fail within the first two years.

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Pizza on the Spot

“Bon appetite!” Just watched master chef Oscar at work. No Monkeys Business! ” He grabbed a slice of wheat flour bread, slapped it down, and flattened it with a rolling pin. Then he loaded up the small square with vegetable salad and tomato sauce, topped it with grated cheese, and popped it in his improvised charcoal burning oven. I caught on quickly and shouted to the host to start the party. And to the guests, “Please enjoy our famous Pizza On The Spot – Hot and fresh!”


Pizza On The Spot is an innovative business rocking the great capital of Kenya. The real taste is >>> HERE.

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Let’s introduce ourselves to JavaScript computer programming language

The three core LANGUAGES of a web page.

  • <HTML> for content and structure. Eg What is the headline, how paragraphs and what is the content in the paragraphs?
  • CSS (Cascade Style Sheet) language. Eg what font, what background color?
  • JavaScript: Programming language for behavior and interactivity. What happens when a mousse hovers over a menu? What happens when you type a wrong value in a form fill? Note that JavaScript works inside another application especially web browser. All browsers have JavaScript engine inside them. OS runs the Browser, the Browser runs the Page and the Page contains js.

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