Hello, the blog is doing fantastic uptime is okay regarding the recent surrender which happened in east africa by the defense forces a clean gateway into the turmoil surrounding domestic as well as civilians over in kismayo. Since september the border appears to be in control of the kenyan troops who requested for directions regarding Somalians and rebels spots throughout various towns, if your occupation is in the forces of Kenya and/or United Nations increased chances are you fighting for a better cause one which may involve Terrorists but it just seems like this was one quick way to wrap up and ongoing feud that has left many unemployed. What kinda mess up is it on my timeline I really don't want to get up to hear this the link should help anyone wondering about what it can take to become a universal soldier. I heard from BBC that the battle was fought and won the images in the news appear to be about troops pulling up in heavy trucks and making life better for refugees, they still cook up the beef it's a long wait perhaps a stand that may just have to be put to an end. I also have written a letter to BBC news service East Africa offering my advice I found the address my main aim is to leave the beef and settle for doing things the right way they will not be easily fooled but it's over whoever went there, expensive sedans now for Kenyan troops cashout and scarface such tendencies shouldn't deter civilians in Nairobi walking along to catch a glimpse of a plane. If your tuned into the media then you may hear about the clashes which are spreading all over the newspapers, in France for instance they cook up beef but in America they sell them sticks, sometimes whole chicken inside a grill, Italian places to chow down pizza ask around and you may even get a cold shoulder from the Tex-Mex spots. All in a good days work your not going to see anything other than an effective way of finding the bad guys whether by plane or radio, Kenya is most definately has the upper hand they are just hard to convince fromt he look of it it's just a waste trying to get what you cannot achieve. So whoever is in control of the operation certainly has to make good judgement a Major standoff mission impossible but it's only to help #KDF # #OperationLindanchi. So I also wanted to respond to the television which didn't show very much other than the documentary about poverty in Kenya a very truthful move from the enemy but the kenyan border must be controlled by these citizens.
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Today, I have just retured from seeing Flight not much to say about this movie, it seems like Hollywood is undergoing some renovations whatever this means it's up for the audience to decide but for now I think it's worth watching a second time. Someone is asking to find the meaning of flying who is the master here? who is in control how am I going to be able to please everyone? when all i've got is my job. Many things are on the line so I suppose looking for a problem doesn't solve it but makes it worse, I may have to cut it off stop from worried about others deal with it own issues. Just do what your told I suppose it's the Lord turning some bad scenes you hear, until you end up a screw up and make it out alive stop asking where is my job? how can I get it back you know? going to leave that alone blah come to think of it something such as acting isn't simple am going to make mistakes alone just watch it. Some of us just don't like that fact but it's true, let's just say you cannot give up but when you do don't fail at it. Never going to understand exactly what a professional Pilot has to go thru it's just funny when things go wrong it sounds well organized a higher order unable to take it from me. Who understands such things? it's up to you to decide switch to the next station or look towards the awkward dolefulness. The main performer from actor playing this elaborate role everything isn't okay did seem to attempt to ignore the main actor Denzel Washington. I follow him on twitter do not care attitude. My attitude but has changed since seeing it open in theaters.