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Iguana Bar Kampala: A tale of Racial Discrimination.

There have been very many complaints about the way people are treated in certain bars, restaurants and places of service in and around Kampala. Some friends have been thrown out of such setups for reasons less deserving of that course of action. 1,257 more words


Things I'm loving

I’m on a hiatus from the other blog and I’m supposed to be working, but I thought I’d give you a quick update on some products and blogs that I’m currently in love with. 737 more words

Beauty Loving


The last few weeks have been rough.

My youngest and I were sick last month, I missed a few days of work between myself and him. 479 more words


The Seven Deadly Sins of Religion in Science Fiction (from io9)

Back in 2009, Charlie Jane Anders published a nifty blogpost on io9 in the midst of the BSG finale, last of the LOST episodes, and after the aftermath of… 595 more words



The problem with blogging is that there comes a point when you feel the pressure to produce something. To come up with erudite, witty, cohesive pieces of writing on a regular basis because you figure that your readers expect it of you. 380 more words

This And That

Space-Quakers: Why Quakers and Quakerism Can Find a Home in Science Fiction

Jo Walton has a nice 2009 review of Molly Gloss’s The Dazzle of Day over on Tor.com.  This is another book to add to your reading list if you like faith represented in science fiction/fantasy, and want to present faith reasonably well–without being preachy, or limiting a faith.   859 more words


Now I want just to hold you, unfold you, I told you. See I am coming back for you

Hello and happy Thursday!

Today is the big day, to be precise it’s the new round of Uber. This month’s theme is Bohemian. As in all the rounds,designers at Uber has given the best of themselves and i had a lot of fun decorating and styling something, hoping to praise these creations as much as they deserve. 446 more words