leave your thoughts at the door

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  1. tibebe
    Jul 21, 2016 @ 23:44:41

    I don’t mean to brag or anything, but today I made 2 liters of ocean (water)

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  2. tibebe
    Jun 06, 2016 @ 10:53:12

    resilience is a ሶፍት coming out of the washer and dryer chillin’, and ready for reuse😀

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  3. tibebe
    May 28, 2016 @ 11:58:33

    Really, Addis Admass?! The demoz is the thing you found to be the most noteworthy of the possible appointment? You even did the ““ደሞዝ ወደ ገጽ ሁለት ዞሯል”😀 smh

    I will have to admit that I may have done some editing🙂 The news was third from top. But still…

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  4. TIbebe
    May 24, 2016 @ 16:01:38

    never had i imagined of crossing paths with double integrals. fuck.

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  5. Anonymous
    Mar 17, 2016 @ 18:21:50

    Go Cyclones !

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  6. geTere
    Nov 08, 2015 @ 18:34:45

    “Love your perfect imperfections”

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  7. tibebe
    Aug 24, 2015 @ 22:18:24

    ከንፈሬን ምች መታኝ:: ቅቤ በልቼ ፀሐይ ላይ አልወጣሁ:: it must be that i am stressed.

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  8. getere
    Jul 22, 2015 @ 15:32:04

    Called an Ethiopian restaurant to have firfir for take away. Told them I would be there in 5 minutes. 5 minutes later in the restaurant the lady tells me “Wuy metah ende. Ahun gena new yazezkut”. Me (grumpy and hungry but forcing smile) “Yedewelkut eko enditazezlgn neber”. She: “Yegna ager sew eko 5 deqiqa blo 15 new yemiqoyew. Endayberdbh byeko new”😀 She is nice. And the firfir is good.

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    • tibebe
      Jul 22, 2015 @ 20:28:51

      አንተም ሱሪ ባንገት አረግከው:: የትኛው self-respecting ፍርፍር ባምስት ደቂቃ ሲደርስ አይተሀል?

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      • geTere
        Jul 23, 2015 @ 08:22:35

        The fourth time I’m getting it. All three have been delicious except this one (compared to the previous ones – but still good). She said they keep the sauce prepared. enjera betatso mektet mn yahl yfejal. Besides, these are chefs we are talking about. They’re not your typical Ethiopian men.

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        • tibebe
          Jul 23, 2015 @ 12:38:18

          That’s why i said “self-respecting”. የይድረስ የይድረስማ…

          Typical Etyopian men, like One, take their time with their ፍርፍር — they don’t rush it. And they love their እንጀራ to pieces –they don’t መበጣጠስ it.

          እሺ?! ቢገባህ ማለት ነው:: ይቺን ይወዳል…ያቺን ይወዳል..!

          ባክህ እንጀራ አልቆብኝ በቶስታዳስ ፍርፍር እየሰራሁ ነው🙂

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          • Beza
            Aug 25, 2015 @ 16:17:54

            Send me your address ena I will send you dirkosh. My email is beza@yahoo.com.

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            • tibebe
              Aug 25, 2015 @ 21:06:43

              አይ ቤዛ! እግዚአብሔር ይባርክሽ!! አመሰግናለሁ

              የኔ እንጀራ እናት (and i mean that in the nicest possible way🙂 ) እኔ ምን አቅም አለኝ ውለታሽን የምከፍልበት?

              ለማንኛውም ዘፈን ልጋብዝሽ እስቲ

              አድራሻሽን ለሰፊው ህዝብ ጥቅም ስንል አበላሽተነዋል; hope you don’t mind.

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  9. tibebe
    Jun 30, 2015 @ 18:35:44

    just when i thought i was getting the hang of this technique i was having trouble with, and was feeling happy, technique went obsolete🙂😦

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  10. tibebe
    Jun 06, 2015 @ 13:30:55

    champions’ league final. yeeeeeeeeeeeah baby!🙂

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  11. tibebe
    Mar 26, 2015 @ 21:54:03

    Today I got 100% on a biophysics test. What’s the world coming to?!

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  12. tibebe
    Mar 04, 2015 @ 15:02:33

    በ “ቨ” የሚጀምር የአማርኛ ቃል ላገኝ አልቻልኩም

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  13. tibebe
    Feb 25, 2015 @ 17:52:41

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  14. tibebe
    Feb 18, 2015 @ 22:31:27

    “Kate Brown: US’s first LGBT governor has more important things to worry about”(The Guardian) Which one of the four letters is she?🙂

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  15. tibebe
    Jan 08, 2015 @ 22:01:35

    You won’t believe what I had for dinner. I am still digesting it myself. Pieces of chicken leg and tilapia marinaded in 4 kinds of spices 2 of which are in turn mixtures of spices themselves; California Vegetable Medley added at the final stages of frying; a sprinkle of a 4 Mexican cheese blend; Romaine hearts+blueberry salad. Everything dumped on a plate of እንጀራ –yes! we’ve got እንጀራ in the house, ladies and gentlemen–with a side of ሚጥሚጣ. washed it down with, wait for it, water.

    Ate with my left hand since I be nursing a right hand thumb with a “partially excised” nail.

    Bizarre

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  16. tibebe
    Dec 17, 2014 @ 17:38:32

    http://nazret.com/blog/index.php/2014/12/16/ethiopian-health-workers-arrive-in. Proud, but could we have done it earlier?

    No new cases in the developed world, and you would think that Ebola was gone –the media.

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  17. tibebe
    Dec 10, 2014 @ 17:21:12

    ከሞትና ከህይወት የቱን ትመርጣለህ ቢሉት ሲያስብ ዘገየ🙂 የወላይታ ተረት:: ከአዲስ አድማስ::

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  18. tibebe
    Oct 07, 2014 @ 09:45:09

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    • getere
      Oct 08, 2014 @ 14:49:10

      Good to see Ethiopian lawyer standing up for him. Also good to see you’re thinking ahead😉 Not very good to see Ethiopia 32nd. Nigeria even further down. They’re the two biggest countries. The ones at the top are all small. South Africa may be at the top but has high HIV rate and black/white division. I think Ghana is a good one to look up to.

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  19. tibebe
    Sep 24, 2014 @ 19:05:15

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  20. tibebe
    Sep 19, 2014 @ 10:05:14

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    • getere
      Sep 20, 2014 @ 03:08:33

      Sham. From personal experience I can tell you high officials in Ethiopia try to do the same. Not to mention the plain enrolment of ruling party supporters whose tuition is funded by the state. But that’s a story for another time.

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  21. getere
    May 03, 2014 @ 11:13:05

    After failing to post my comment a few times, I changed the setting to allow comments without email address and name. If we get too many spam comments we can always change it back to what it was. ፍሪደም ኦፍ ስፒች ኢዝ ዚስ😀

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  22. getere
    Sep 08, 2013 @ 20:18:34

    One of my favorite quotes from Waking life:

    “I know we haven’t met but I don’t want to be an ant, you know? I mean it’s like we go through life, with our antennas bouncing off one another, continuously on ant auto pilot with nothing really human required of us. Stop, go. Walk here, drive there. All action basically for survival, all communication simply to get this ant colony buzzing along in an efficient, polite manner. ‘Here is your change’. ‘Paper or plastic’? ‘Credit or debit’? ‘Want catch up with that’? I don’t want a straw. I want real human moment. I want to see you. I want you to see me. I don’t want to give that up. I don’t want to be an ant, you know?”

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  23. getere
    Jun 26, 2013 @ 21:34:56

    ah. good to be back here. ዚስ ወዝ ዘ ሺት

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  24. tibebe
    Oct 25, 2012 @ 11:10:23

    what do you do when the alarm of a car parked outside your window has been ringing off for well over four hours?

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  25. getere
    Oct 13, 2012 @ 10:31:14

    I changed the theme. I hope everyone loves it as I do. I have colour blindness though. I stand corrected.

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  26. getere
    Aug 21, 2012 @ 23:18:36

    አግዚአብሔር የመለስ ዜናዊን ነፍስ ይማርልን፥፥ ቤተሰቦቹን ያበርታልን፥፥ የሁላችንንም ሃጥያት ይቅር ይበለን፥፥ ኢትዮጲያን ፍትሕ ያለባት ሐገር ያድርግልን፥፥ በሐገራችንንና በአካባቢው ሰላም ያስፍንልን፥፥

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  27. tibebe
    Mar 13, 2012 @ 15:57:28

    gash girma is dead, two days short of julius caesar’s death date. at the very least, egnam president lemeqber weg deresen. RIP.

    sibhat g/egziabher would have made a fine replacement.

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  28. tibebe
    Feb 29, 2012 @ 15:59:04

    um er ah yaw

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  29. getere
    Jan 19, 2012 @ 10:11:44

    how many problems can a person handle at once.

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    • tibebe
      Jan 19, 2012 @ 12:43:37

      finished reading “beloved”:

      “Tell me something, Stamp.” Paul D’s eyes were rheumy. “Tell me this one thing. How much is a nigger supposed to take? Tell me. How much?”
      “All he can,” said Stamp Paid. “All he can.”
      “why? Why? Why? Why? Why?”

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  30. getere
    Jan 04, 2012 @ 00:30:28

    I’ve been sending happy new year messages to people, and getting back many too. I made an experiment on one of my happy new year responses. I replied: “Thank you friend, F* you too”. My theory was: we are all used to happy new year messages that once we see “happy” our mind completes the rest. I haven’t heard from my friend since. Do you think this proves my theory? Or maybe he is quiet because he doesn’t want to speak to me again? Being a scientist has never been easy.

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    • tibebe
      Jan 07, 2012 @ 12:11:49

      Dear Scientist

      I think your experiment had protocol issues to begin with. You should have introduced an additional couple of lines of good wishes before the f u.

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      • getere
        Jan 09, 2012 @ 03:29:37

        good point but i didn’t hear from him yet (even after leaving him a voice mail). i’d rather not lose another friend😀 the experiment has been closed due to sample inefficiency.

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  31. tibebe
    Dec 06, 2011 @ 13:14:05

    started ge’ez classes. a curious fact was that (it might have been because i joined on the second day and they may already have used another verb) the first verb that we conjugated was “qetele” = “gedele”. it reminded me of the time that our spanish teacher was amazed that students in two (or more) section would demand to know the spanish word for “kill”.

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    • getere
      Dec 08, 2011 @ 10:58:51

      we used to have fun with the various forms of “aderege”.

      funny they use gedele. why don’t they change it. you should tell them.

      well done for studying geez! if i had the aptitude for language i’d have done oromiffa or chinese.

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  32. getere
    Nov 30, 2011 @ 21:55:50

    has anyone seen the wikipedia entry for ethiopia? the introduction looks like it’s taken from a “Visit Ethiopia” tourist flier.

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    • tibebe
      Dec 04, 2011 @ 14:07:45

      how about the “Coffee farmer filling cups with coffee?”😀

      and they don’t got mengistu’s picture in there. for better or worse, he is part of our history. i think the guy who wrote this must have been a member of EHAPA.

      waiting for the new roots’ album, “undun” to drop!

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  33. tibebe
    Nov 29, 2011 @ 15:27:33

    i updated our profiles

    positive: i am on my grown man: i’m no longer represented by a cartoon figure (i used to love it though)

    negatives: now, wordpress thinks that i am andthree. please you guys, show them that there is two more of you.

    plus that about thing it puts after its post. but i think it should be there because people might wonder who we are when we comment on other blogs. i am kidding, they won’t.

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  34. tibebe
    Nov 23, 2011 @ 16:00:55

    new students coming tomorrow. we are welcoming them with postings of the list of students banned from their studies over the recent “riots”

    for what it is worth, and from what i’ve gathered, i believe the students were right to ask for their basic rights; i don’t see much wrong in the way they went about in asking for those rights (to my knowledge, no one was hurt, no property destroyed,…)

    it is cowardly to fail to do your job and wield disproportionate power when somebody calls you out on your negligence.

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  35. tibebe
    Nov 08, 2011 @ 13:50:13

    A cool expression that i heard recently: “he oozes douchebaggery”

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  36. getere
    Oct 19, 2011 @ 18:14:27

    enkulal 750 birr geba. nuro tewedual. http://bit.ly/qNv8gR

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  37. tibebe
    Oct 16, 2011 @ 10:13:31

    was burning old exam papers when, lo and behold, i noticed that my shoes were on fire. i was stoking the fire while standing in its midst.

    you see, i put my heart and feet into everything that i do.

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  38. ti be be
    Sep 13, 2011 @ 17:04:25

    it is turning out to be a good year. today, i managed to piss off severely three people.

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  39. ti be be
    Sep 11, 2011 @ 17:25:29

    ain’t nothing like spending new year’s eve at home, sleeping in. you wake up oblivious to the fact that tomorrow is enqutatash and today, people are running hither and thither, making preparations and shit. and when it finally dawns on you, you would be ready, well-rested like “bring in the new year!” (not ring in, mind)

    you remember when we were kids, and you get asked whether you could kick someone’ ass and you reply “Yimta!”

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  40. tibebe
    Aug 30, 2011 @ 13:59:44

    discovery: rats eat soap.

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    • getere
      Aug 31, 2011 @ 19:54:12

      yep. probably because it has fat (or rather it *is* fat). cows like it too. you know what else cows like? salt. they’ll lick the hell out of it in no time.

      are we ruling out the possibility that mice may want to keep themselves clean too?

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      • ti be be
        Sep 01, 2011 @ 13:26:35

        you know what else cows like? oxen!

        while we on animals, i mean while we on the topic of animals being on animals, i mean…

        our resident dog, Maino, has had her status changed to doga non grata after she bit our girl for the second time.

        now she has went so hungry that, she has even stopped trying to jump me in the mornings when i leave the house (i pat her on the head for about a minute and things are peachy)

        i wish i could go to our landlord and ask forgiveness on her behalf: “she has promised to behave and never to carry out misguided biting sessions. and it is high time that our girl got rid of her fear.” But i think it is going to be hard to extract a promise out of Maino.

        such a sad affair😦

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        • getere
          Sep 01, 2011 @ 18:34:10

          it’s not fair to make her go hungry. why don’t you feed her and train her?

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          • ti be be
            Sep 02, 2011 @ 13:18:16

            i say fuck training that bitch! last night, she left imprints of her muddy paws on my clothes. clearly, she was not hungry. i think the dogs of the neighborhood in return for …

            i saw this on the streets. this huge dog which looked like a hyena is sitting on the sidewalks minding his own business and this ebid a.k.a. hungry woman comes and starts chasing it lwith stones like “sew terbo wusha yabelalu”

            i mean the dog was huge

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            • getere
              Sep 02, 2011 @ 23:10:39

              one thing i don’t miss at all about ethiopia is how badly animals get treated. i can understand a poor farmer not being able to feed his ox, but others mistreat animals for nothing. they take out their angers on animals. some take joy in mistreating them. and please don’t tell me people are dying of hunger. no mistreatment of animals is going to get us out of poverty. we’d have been rich if it did.

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              • ti be be
                Sep 03, 2011 @ 15:02:03

                yo, chill! i was just reporting what was going down on the streets.

                personally, i feel that people can learn a lot from donkeys: about hard work and not complaining (at least visibly) when one’s hard work is not recognized and one is beaten mindlessly instead. i know this is going to strike a chord with you, getere (but really man, getere?!)

                i am glad to report that Maino has given birth this morning, in our bathroom. Inconvenient stuff.

                don’t try to call her for she is resting.

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  41. tibebe
    Aug 20, 2011 @ 12:26:01

    how i miss mulmul!😦

    i had to settle for ye gebs dabo.

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  42. getere
    Aug 17, 2011 @ 20:20:33

    Changed the theme. Images are all screwed up. But I want to be able to read the fucking blog damn it.

    And why is the poem post not allowing any comments? Dimts mafen ezihim tejemere?

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  43. tilish
    Aug 16, 2011 @ 21:55:23

    GeTere. I like the name. Maybe I should change my nickname here to that. GeTere geTerew ke geter metito geter temelese. I want to be Getere.

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  44. getere
    Aug 06, 2011 @ 19:47:32

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    • tibebe
      Aug 07, 2011 @ 15:44:45

      mozazoch 8)

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      • tibebe
        Aug 11, 2011 @ 15:10:53

        first, it was the parading around wearing unmatched socks. now, it is the applying oil on my face while still having my glasses on.

        what the fuck is happening to me❓

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        • getere
          Aug 11, 2011 @ 18:51:10

          i don’t know. many things happen to people. if it doesn’t kill you i guess it’s ok. but keep an eye on it.

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          • tibebe
            Aug 12, 2011 @ 13:50:41

            is that supposed to be a pun?😡 my glasses are smudged and you are telling me to keep an eye on things?!

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            • tilish
              Aug 16, 2011 @ 09:38:58

              em, yes.

              by the way remember to visit an optician regulary. here they recommend once every two years. and even more frequently if you have problems.

              get a new pair if they feel heavy. i could get you one from here but you should really be trying them on before they’re bought.

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  45. getere
    Jul 10, 2011 @ 21:03:12

    why not legalize drugs and get it over with? so much effort to block drugs and deal with offenders, innocent people in the middle suffering too.

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  46. tibebe
    Jun 17, 2011 @ 15:10:58

    bewketu seyoum once said: “in etyopia, even if a person is yawning and stretching his arms from fatigue, there will always be someone who will be putting some money on his hands” hulum lemeSdeQ yifeligal

    have i told you about the beggar in our neighborhood who was caught talking on his mobile like “call you later; i am on the job?!”

    i think the church can play a major role in bringing some change to the situation.

    and as a final resort, format the mind of etyopians in high and low places.

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  47. getere
    Jun 15, 2011 @ 19:27:21

    I liked this article: Why is Begging and Economic Dependency Normal in Ethiopia? http://www.ezega.com/News/NewsDetails.aspx?Page=heads&NewsID=2936

    My take on it is people shouldn’t be giving money just so they feel better on the spot. If they want to help they can do something substantial. They can contribute their share to an organization they believe in, pay towards someone’s education, help someone to get their business off the ground, or anything else that helps in the long run. It doesn’t have to be big. eg. 1 birr every month, 12 birr per year, use the money to photocopy part of a book that someone desperately needs.

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  48. tilish
    May 25, 2011 @ 22:55:17

    Obama is in the UK blabbering about the US-European alliance and leadership of the world. Why is it important that any country or alliance leads the world? Kingdoms, alliances, call it whatever they want – overly powerful entities – are one major cause of conflicts and an obstacle to democracy. What sort of leadership does he have in mind? Leadership through slavery which brought his ancestors from Africa to America? Because back then people really believed they were doing the right thing, that they were actually taking the black and brown people out of their miseries. Leadership through support for dictators that are friends of the white alliance and Israel? It seems the inhabitants of the Middle East are not happy with any of those choices that were made for them… to the point that they are literally burning themselves. Leadership through killing and dismantling millions of people in the name of bringing terrorists to justice? Why doesn’t he start with his own country’s unemployment rate, health problems and trillions of debt? The only leader of the world should be the UN. No, not the UN as we know it now – where some countries have entitled themselves with special rights, but the UN where everyone gets a fair say. Everybody taking part in leadership is the only way peace can be achieved. It is that simple all you power hungry idiots.

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  49. tibebe
    May 13, 2011 @ 13:01:35

    just received this public service announcement text: imagine an hiv free ethiopia. It begins with you! Reduce your sexual partner…

    ! how in the hell am i going to reduce from 0 ?!👿

    let’s talk about the term “reduce” itself. are they talking about adding electrons/hydrogen to chicks or what?

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  50. tibebe
    May 09, 2011 @ 08:49:16

    came across this post which i wrote three years to the day.

    amazing, how much things have changed! and how much they haven’t!!

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    • tilish
      May 10, 2011 @ 21:46:27

      Do you still follow contemporary Ethiopan music?

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      • tibebe
        May 13, 2011 @ 08:36:52

        Only two hot albums (Aster and Helen) have been out this year.

        Wait a minute, how long a time period does “contemporary” span?

        sileshi demissie’s “hoya hoye” on the speakers. a great album to give to an ethiopian family whose kid is turning 1-5. and here comes bezawork with her tizita.

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  51. tibebe
    May 03, 2011 @ 12:32:26

    Yemisrach! Blogger is no longer blocked; or so it seems, yeseytan joro aysima!

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  52. tilish
    Dec 06, 2010 @ 12:01:18

    For all your life problems restart your computer.

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  53. tibebe
    Jul 21, 2010 @ 13:40:05

    just got me a life insurance. the salesperson made a compelling argument that i could die. or was it that it was in my best interest to die❓

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    • getere
      Jul 22, 2010 @ 20:35:41

      how much did it cost you?

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      • tibebe
        Jul 23, 2010 @ 12:32:45

        91 birr per month. if i die a natural death, i would be worth 20 thou; if by accident, 40 thou; major accidents like cross country bus and airplanes, 60 thou.

        mechem amuamuaten asamiriligne malet new!

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        • tilish
          Jul 26, 2010 @ 20:57:21

          60 thousand for major accidents huh? my conversation with a geek friend of mine yesterday,

          Friend: Have you ever played the lottery?

          Me: No…is it fun?

          Friend: Did you know that the chances of you winning are the same as the chances of you getting hit by a car and a lightening strike – all on the same day?

          Me: Good point. I’m not playing.

          I think you’ll be confused if you had an accident and you know you are just about to die. Would you consider yourself lucky or unlucky?

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  54. getere
    Jun 12, 2010 @ 20:30:23

    you know you’re in scotland when the US team scores against England and the bars go wild. i could hear cheering them from my room.

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  55. tilish
    Jun 05, 2010 @ 11:51:34

    This is a nice read. It’s about name callings in Ghana,

    http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/world/africa/10207572.stm

    I’ve called people donkey, dog and mouse.

    Well, mouse doesn’t count as such. I use it in a friendly context.

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  56. tilish
    May 16, 2010 @ 16:41:03

    seattle weather is like edinburgh’s, iowa is a big flat land with nice small towns, i have now gotten rid of my fear of holding little children, and i didn’t bother to take a picture of the white house.

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    • betty
      May 16, 2010 @ 20:02:00

      fear of holding little children?…. really TIye…Nahome would have a blast with you, since he will be jumping all over you if you ever get here. I told them you were here but you cannot come to ohio ( donot ask me how we ended up talking about you but we did) and Emanuel said he wishes you would come and sit and play with them and he told me to have you talk to them next time you call because they want to try and convince you to come here.

      yeah I have been to DC like three or four times.. never took a picture of the White house either… I donot know why….

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      • tibebe
        May 18, 2010 @ 06:45:55

        never really had time for the white house.🙂

        now, don’t go around hugging every child you come across on the streets; someone could mistake you for a paedophile.

        and these nahom and nathnael, what are they 18?

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  57. tibebe
    May 16, 2010 @ 15:53:35

    i have been fiending for a post but i am sooooo tired!😦 i wish i could just sleep.

    the strange/familiar part is that i am already looking forward to and dreading that time when i will not be this busy.

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  58. tilish
    Apr 26, 2010 @ 20:30:12

    i’ve edited the post to say something about us. i’m also tempted to resize the logo to a common logo size.

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  59. tibebe
    Apr 15, 2010 @ 14:45:29

    ayo i be falling in love on a daily basis – the benefits of not being involved (but was it my choice?). and to top it off, with impunity.

    today I could not eat lunch for one reason or another and i was going to the internet room with bourbon cream biscuits in my pocket.

    in front of me I see this teacher coming from class. and she was class. the biscuits decide to pop out of my pocket. your unsuspecting bro stoops to pick up his lunch. meantime honey be checking his trasero.

    he swears!

    or is it, he wishes?

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  60. tilish
    Apr 14, 2010 @ 20:45:39

    you see it’s my english. it all sounded to me “and guregna yebole lij”. but i just learnt what “to break off” means. feel free to put it back in. i now see it as “mekafel yemiwed guregna yebole lij”

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    • tibebe
      Apr 15, 2010 @ 13:39:36

      whatever!

      i am not yebole lij; i used to be yebole kifle ketema lij. and now i am yeasira arat lij.

      14 stand up! or you can sit down if you are feeling tired.

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  61. tibebe
    Apr 14, 2010 @ 11:15:24

    you happy now?👿

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  62. betty
    Feb 06, 2010 @ 00:44:34

    I like it, and who ever they are, they need to know more inorder to decipher it.

    Cave? and echos, with out knowing it or on purpose, Tiye seems to think we are all Bats… descendants of Dracula, I like it.

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  63. tilish
    Feb 03, 2010 @ 22:01:48

    who are you talking to? it’s only the three of us in this cave eko. ende. lol. now see you’ve done. the echos are going to keep us up all night.

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