Wednesday, 30 May 2012

KEEPING UP WITH THE KARDASHIANS' TORN 2 PIECES

0518_kardashian_home_improvement_launch_v4The Hidden Hills home that was the centerpiece of "Keeping Up with the Kardashians" for 5 seasons has been sold -- and the TV producer who bought it has exorcised all Kardashian demons by tearing the whole thing down ... except for one precious piece.
The new owner had the homestead disassembled piece by Armenian piece ... the toilets, cabinets, even the roof were donated to Habitat for Humanity.  The upshot -- Kardashian remnants will adorn homes throughout the world.

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We're told the owner plans on building a modern, industrial-type home in its place.  
As for the one piece the owner kept ... the stripper pole, which will become a coat rack.
Total downgrade. 

UNILAG Authorities Shut

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Authorities have shut the University of Lagos, Akoka for two weeks following a second straight day of protests by students following the renaming of the institution.
President Goodluck Jonathan had during his Democracy Day broadcast, announced that the 50-year-old institution will now be called the Moshood Abiola University in honour of Chief MKO Abiola, the presumed winner of the June 12, 1993 Presidential election.
However, since the announcement was made Tuesday students have been up in arms and on Wednesday morning caused heavy traffic in the Lagos metropolis after they blocked the Third Mainland Bridge.
It took the intervention of senior police officers and university officials before the students agreed to remove the barricades blocking the ever busy highway.University authorities apparently in an attempt to douse passions, consequently ordered students off the campus, which will remain shut for two weeks.


TWEET OF THE DAY....WOOOOOW


 

The Girl Who Eats Soaps And Detergents


According to  laduni blog read this strange story but its true...A rare medical condition has left Tempestt Henderson, from Florida, eating up to five bars of soap a week – and washing powder too. ‘I always knew I loved the smell of washing detergent,’ she explained.

I remember the brand my Mum always used to use – I remember the smell vividly, it was the smell of her cardigan when she hugged me, and the smell of my bed sheets as a child.

‘I used to love smelling the powder, but when life got so stressful I found only eating the soap would help. ‘It is an addiction, I can’t stop, and I have sought the help of a doctor who specialises in addiction. The doctor told me I must empty my house of all washing detergent and soap, anything that triggers my addiction.’hummmmmmmmm wonders they say never ends...

FASHION TIPS BY(ONOME.A.FASAN)









As we all know in every association there are rules,it,s up to the individual associates to either follow the rules or break them.in world of ours.we have two strong holds which is fashion and style...

    As we all know black is a  must have in your wardrobe at least black DRESS.black has a slimming effect .yes it is but actually its sometimes very tad too depressing...also fashion is dress your age and figure dressing well its not about wearing right clothes it about wearing the clothes that are right for your age and figure ensure to wear what suits your age if you are 16 wear what your mates are wearing and when you are over 40 pls cover up nicely.
                                       
                                        10 TIPS TO FASHION TRENDS
1,Always assemble a collection of good basic costume jewelry you never know how handy they can be..
2.Don,t wearing earrings so heavy that they stretch your lobe ,fashion is pain and if care is not taken it can be a disaster..
3.Remember to stock some black pieces in your wardrobe,black is ever applying,hides everything,you certainly can,t go wrong..
4..A moderate gives a great shape if you have a larger burst, it's sultry way to show skin but keeps the look modest.anything too low can be inappropriate.
5..Do not dress in a look straight off the runway or over in one trend.
6..Feel free to mix and match and please don't be stuck on one style experiment with new looks or find a signature look and be true to it.
7.if you must colour block don't try it in season's softer colours harsh loud colours mixes no longer like colour blocking.
8..Don't ever let any part of your bra show in a dress it's un forgivably tacky..
9...IF you must wear briefs make to wear loosely fitted trousers.visibly panty lines are a NO NO for men tooo.
10...Colour is best used with accessories such as tie,pocket square and scarves or in finer details such as the check shirt.
    A stylish woman,in one sentence is one who is able to wear and not be worn,someone,who can turn the most bland looking attire into something chicky and sophisticated.well things you worry about never comes to past...



Liberia's Taylor Gets 50 Years sentence

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Liberia's ex-President Charles Taylor has been sentenced to 50 years in jail by a UN-backed war crimes court.
Last month Taylor was found guilty of aiding and abetting rebels in Sierra Leone during the 1991-2002 civil war, reports the BBC.
The prosecution at the Special Court for Sierra Leone wanted an 80-year prison term, which the defence said was excessive.
Taylor, 64, insists he is innocent and is likely to appeal the sentence, correspondents say.
The appeal process could last up to six months, the BBC's Anna Holligan in The Hague reports.
During the sentencing, Judge Richard Lussick said the crimes in Sierra Leone were the most heinous in human history.
In its landmark ruling in April, the Special Court for Sierra Leone found Taylor guilty on 11 counts, relating to atrocities that included rape and murder.
He became the first former head of state to be convicted of war crimes by an international court since the Nuremburg trials of Nazis after World War II.
In response, Taylor accused the prosecution of paying and threatening witnesses in his war crimes trial.
He also told the judges to consider his age when making their decision, saying he was "no threat to society".
And he condemned atrocities across the world, and had the "deepest sympathy" for victims in Sierra Leone, but stopped short of expressing remorse or apologising for his part in the conflict.
The prosecutors have said that Taylor's ill health and age, or the fact that he has a family, should have no impact on the sentence.
In written filings, prosecutors said a sentence of 80 years would reflect the severity of the crimes and the central role that Taylor had in facilitating them.
"The purposely cruel and savage crimes committed included public executions and amputations of civilians, the display of decapitated heads at checkpoints... public rapes of women and girls, and people burned alive in their homes," wrote prosecutor Brenda Hollis.
But defence lawyers said the recommended sentence was "manifestly disproportionate and excessive", and that Taylor had only been found guilty of an indirect role - aiding the rebels, rather than leading them.
They said their client should not be made to shoulder the blame alone for what happened in Sierra Leone's war.
The court should not support "attempts by the prosecution to provide the Sierra Leoneans with this external bogey man upon whom can be heaped the collective guilt of a nation for its predominantly self-inflicted wounds", his lawyers wrote.
The case is being heard in The Hague for fear that a trial in Sierra Leone could destabilise the region. The Dutch government only agreed if Taylor would serve any sentence in another country, so he will serve any prison term in the UK.
During the Sierra Leone civil war, Taylor supported Revolutionary United Front rebels who killed tens of thousands of people.
The war crimes included murder, rape, the use of child soldiers and the amputation of limbs.
Taylor was accused of channelling weapons to them in return for "blood diamonds" but the judge said the prosecution had failed to prove their case that he had been one of the RUF leaders.


Who Wore it Better: Christian Aguilera VS Kim Kardashian in Roland Mouret Orange Dress

Both stars look super hot in this gorgeous summery colored number.  Songstress Christina Aguilera was seen wearing this orange Roland Mouret Guinevere dress first, on an episode of The Voice USA last month. She dressed it up with this fun and sexy Christian Louboutin Pigalle Plato spiked heels. Curvy Bombshell Kim Kardashian was photographed wearing the same dress a couple of weeks later at the Jeep Wrangler bash. Kim wore  hers with Givenchy embellished Wolffish sandals.  Drooling and want a pieces of this gorgeous heard Guinevere dress? Its only going to cost you $2,180!

D’Banj Performs “Oliver Twist” in an Acoustic Session on SBTV


The crew at SBTV caught up with D’Banj to do a quick acoustic session for his hit single “Oliver Twist” and as far as D’Banj performances go, this is was quite energetic and entertaining.
Check on it.
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Video: Dencia on 53 Extra style



         DENCIA NEW VIDEO...........COOL

UNILAG students continue prostest; block third mainland bridge this morning


The Third Mainland Bridge has been blocked on both sides by protesting students of University of Lagos. 

ASUU plans to resist UNILAG's change of name

The chairman of the Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU), University of Lagos branch, Dr Karo Ogbinaka, has said that the union will resist the recent change of the university's name.

Dr Ogbinaka said:
We are resisting it, all the unions and the students will resist it, the Alunmus will resist it. The truth about the whole thing is that it shows the level of intelligence of those people in government. Nobody will change Harvard's name, nobody will change Cambridge's name to Winston Churchill University. University of Lagos is a brand, for 50 years. The first university established by Act of Parliament and one man trying to score cheap political point. When people go outside and you ask them what university are you from? What name will you pronounce? They'll ask is it a new university? Is it the name of a toothpaste? It's a senseless thing and are going to resist it. Karo said


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