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"The Hunger" by Hamsun Knut

After having read “The Hunger” by Hamsun Knut, I can fairly understand why the book is so intense. 1,188 more words


Breakdown in Communication a key factor in School Fires

Indiscipline among students, poor administration, shortage of facilities and other teaching and learning resources; the list is long and inexhaustible. These are some of the reasons raised for the increased cases of school fires that have claimed several dormitories in boarding secondary schools and other properties worth millions of shillings. 635 more words

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R.I.P. Knut & Thomas

Tragically, Thomas Dörflein died of a heart attack in 2008. His little bear Knut, full-grown, died two years later of an encephalitis induced seizure that cause him to drown.  50 more words


Episode 43: Zoological Garden


Hardenbergplatz 8, 10787 Berlin


  • Opened in 1844
  • Oldest zoo in Germany
  • Huge species variety
  • Founded by the natural scientists Alexander von Humboldt and Martin Lichtenstein…
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Image construction goes beyond media spin

By Eric Wamanji

Recently, the Teachers Service Commission (TSC) floated an advert inviting consultants to re-parching its shredded image. Of course chaps at TSC thought, rightly so, that you need an image doctor to make-up the wrinkles and acnes afflicting the commission. 875 more words

Random Start: Knut - “Suckers”

I had completely forgotten about Knut until a couple of months ago when my friend who pretty much introduced me to the even uglier side of all the metallic hardcore I already liked reminded me that this was still a listening option.

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