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  1. Mandy
    September 23, 2016

    In a controversy the instant we feel anger we have already ceased striving for the truth, and have begun striving for ourselves. — Buddha

    This is true for KDians.

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    • esv.jay
      September 23, 2016

      madam abeg no vex oh, but do you live here? like you compete with yourself to be first to comment. #justsaying

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      • Drone
        September 23, 2016

        “We have a new challenger” ?

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      • Mandy
        September 23, 2016

        Yes, by all means, ignore the post and come after me over an irrelevant issue.

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      • posh666
        September 23, 2016

        Lool these ones don chop belle full this early mor mor?

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  2. Delle
    September 23, 2016

    Here I was ogling a man, all through the run of Prison Break not knowing the things running through his mind. This guy has really battled his way through mind-boggling issues.

    Anger is an abstract feeling that’s synonymous to the LGBT community.

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  3. posh666
    September 23, 2016

    This life sef the way I use to crush on this guy on prison break right frm the 1st night I watched one of the episodes ehn!

    Just cos of Scofield I will leave my books back in uni and go pay 20naira every night at the school’s viewing center to drool all over him.Myself and a lot of others girls and gay guys watched prison break cos of him…

    He was almost perfect in my eyes,he had the world in his hands and I assumed he had everything he wanted in life and life was good! Guess no one is perfect and we’ve all got our private demons.

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  4. posh666
    September 23, 2016

    Chai those viewing center guys made a lot of money out of us sha! Aswer the place was always sold out everynite imagine campus students struggling to get into a place that kind of crowd.

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  5. Rapum
    September 23, 2016

    “But it takes awareness. Intention. And a
    lot of practice.” Spot on!

    “Anger has a long history of bringing about (positive) change-” Chimamanda Adichie.

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