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  • in reply to: Identity Thief #11345

    Adebulu
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    Filtered Thoughts Points: 560

    In the first place, the topic should be identity theft rather.

    And by the way, this is 2018, that your guy really was foolish (am sorry for using the word foolish) and for the fact that he is a learned student? He shouldn’t have fallen for that simple lie, I think every Bank do inform their customers not to receive any calls, reply any emails of anyone claiming to be working with the customer’s bank. Why would a Bank representative require for your Card Info outside the bank and you give them out?

    My message is simply going to people who are liable to be a victim of this, try to be cautious, don’t fall easy, Every number on your ATM card are there for a reason, don’t just display them as you like.

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  • in reply to: CARE OF SHOES #11344

    Adebulu
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    Filtered Thoughts Points: 560

    Polishing the outside of the shoe alone won’t do much good, you have to clean the inside also, for people walking on muddy/sandy street/places, you can’t walk a seconds without sand or mud entering your shoe and if you leave them inside the shoe, it might start smelling or even bore germs which will later do harms to your pretty leg, Cleanliness start from the inside, don’t forget that. so, clean the inside of your shoe also.
    To avoid smelling sometime, when you off your shoe after a long trek, you can simple lay it outside for the sun to heat it a little.

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  • in reply to: Welcome to the Filtered Thoughts Debates #10628

    Adebulu
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    Filtered Thoughts Points: 560

    SUGGESTED TOPIC: BROKEN HOME

    This topic is to address the effect of broken homes on the couple, children and the society as a whole.

    I think, for our society to be a better place and be less free of waywardness both intending couple and newly wedded couple should know the effect of broken home on the society too.

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  • in reply to: ADVERTISEMENTS #10442

    Adebulu
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    Filtered Thoughts Points: 560

    The main purpose of advertisement is to create awareness, let people know about your goods and services.

    But nowadays advertisement has become the tool (even people who don’t understand it) in selling fake products and in duping people. Advertisement is now a started used in forcing people to put their hard-earned money on the goods they don’t want to buy or would not even buy on a normal day.

    You can imagine yourself walking in on the road where you’ll see people with products in their hands who would be word-forcing you to buy their goods, they suddenly become your walk-partner for the moment, they walk and walk with you while at the same time they keep advertising their goods and if you are not careful you’ll fall for it and waste your money.

    Another abusive part of advertisement nowadays is the too much exaggeration. Even if you are going to exaggerate your advertisement let it be sensible enough and reasonable.

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  • in reply to: Family Over Friends Or Otherwise #10441

    Adebulu
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    Filtered Thoughts Points: 560

    Family over friends anytime any day, and the family am talking about here is the ”immediate one” You, Your Parents and Your siblings, anything out of this will be getting complicated.

    Family are the first friend you get to know, they are the basis of your life, they know how you feel when sad, they know the drug you’ll use to get you healed from a sickness, they are the best.

    Although some friends are die-hard, the love you even more than their own family but when things are getting too deep that the can’t handle they’ll always refer back to your family, this in terms of advising a friend to or not to.

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  • in reply to: DO NOT TRY THIS AT HOME #10439

    Adebulu
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    Filtered Thoughts Points: 560

    Children are very curious, you know? They’ll want to know why they said ”do not try this at home” then go on trying it.

    I remembered the first time I and my brothers watch a movie when we was kids. The movie was about a Pastor who destroyed demons with prayer. When we are simply out of play, I and my brothers would go on practicing what we sa earlier on the TV or let me say act, I might act the Pastor and My brothers would act the demons. It is as simple as this, this has made some kids started smoking empty rolled up papers just to try what they saw on TV.

    That’s why most of these labels, even the PG or +18 signs are not warning-enough to keep young mind from trying what the see on TV. This is where it fall backs on the Parent, they should make it clear to their kids that everything they saw on TV or are about to see is Fake, acted and not real.

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  • in reply to: What Would You Have Done? #10438

    Adebulu
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    You see, this is one of the behaviour I hate about parenting in Nigeria, I don’t think those kids are to be blamed if it was their first time seeing such movies accidentally. They should have be called, explain to them and caution them not with harshness because they were the ones at fault.

    I mean, why will you in the first place be watching porn on the houses’ general TV, don’t they have their own personal TV in their room? Don’t they have phones to contain such video? I mean nowadays people even hardly buy CD’s they download videos from the internet.

    The funniest part of the story is that those kids might have even been watching the porn with them, they’ll simply pretend they were sleeping and once they insert the disk in the middle of the night, boom! They start peeping.

    Dealing with them won’t solve the issue but talking them out of it, let them understand that they are not meant to watch such scenes either intentionally or accidentally as a kid.

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  • in reply to: BARROW PUSHING #10437

    Adebulu
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    Filtered Thoughts Points: 560

    It’s such dirty and tedious work, pushing something of alot of KGs around is not a joke.

    You’ll understand them better if you could imagine yourself in their shoe, you are pushing a ton of load in the market with your arms strained and overworked and someone is there blocking your ride and you know if you mistakenly hit them your load might be scattered or you end up injuring them, what kind of tone will you use to call the attention of that person?

    Another thing I think is causing this is the amount of customers they’ve scheduled to attend to, they’ll want to try as fast as possible to offload their Barrow so as to meet their schedule.

    They shouldn’t be blamed, even in them market full of people I think there are no rules, you just get to package yourself well.

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  • in reply to: RECYCLING #10428

    Adebulu
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    Filtered Thoughts Points: 560

    The problem of recycling is really rooted into the inability of citizens of this country to see beyond what they once benefited from the ”recycled-man’s regime when he last served, they really want to recycle these people so that they can at least benefit from his leadership as they did before, they forget that people do change, even the devil was once an Angel.

    Someone who served really good, left the office, then now want to be re-elected is really having something behind his/her mind, something that will not speak good of his regime.

    I think the only solution to this is to call for unity in every nooks and cranny of the country to vote out and stop voting in re-cycled leaders, it’s high time young people start ruling Nigeria.

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  • in reply to: Good Roads Without Speed Checks #10351

    Adebulu
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    Filtered Thoughts Points: 560

    What’s the use of road checks when most of these drivers are tad illiterate who knows nothing of road signs? Such driver will only see Zebra crossing as a design on the road. I think there should be seminars addressing this issues, let’s teach our drivers road signs, their meaning and relevance.

    Some weeks ago, a 400 level student left her institution to visit his brother who is also in 400 level at the university in my area. Unfortunately this girl was killed in an accident because road checks were not constructed in front of the institutions. Bumps should have be constructed in such place but it wasn’t because the LGA there overlooked it and now after the incidence they just finished constructing those bumps.

    Some of these so called bumps are not even well constructed, some are way too high, this can even make a vehicle trying to cross reverse without control hitting the next vehicle behind it, in this case, better and experienced contractors should be employed to do such job.

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  • in reply to: Celebrity Marriages #10350

    Adebulu
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    Filtered Thoughts Points: 560

    Most Celebrities can’t really settle down because of the fame, they’ll always think the person they got married to is not the best for them so they’ll divorce then paint each others image with mud.

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  • in reply to: UNDER AGE DRIVERS #10268

    Adebulu
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    To be honest, No parent in his right sense would allow his child who is not up to 18 drive a car or a motorcycle himself.

    Those underage drivers you see are either from a broken home or they are orphans who had to do anything in their power to make a living for themself…

    I think the focus here should be on the FRSC, they should be the one monitoring who is sound enough to drive a car/motorcycles.

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  • in reply to: ANGER MANAGEMENT #10184

    Adebulu
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    Filtered Thoughts Points: 560

    You haven’t answer this question, i need clarity on this quote
    ”A man who has never made a woman angry is a failure in life” – Christopher Marley….

    Am confused.

    @chibaby @chidimmalulu @senroso @samson @mayjovey @janetcolette

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  • in reply to: ANGER MANAGEMENT #10166

    Adebulu
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    Filtered Thoughts Points: 560

    Thank y’all but @samson, if am understanding what you’re passing across, you’re talking about ”anger against oneself” huh? And if that is yes, You don’t have to feel pain to suppress your anger, You can look for happiness. Go to that place where you’ll be whenever you’re happy, Exercise yourself etc.

    Now this questions goes to all of y’all, I saw a quote that says ”A man who has never made a woman angry is a failure in life” – Christopher Marley….

    Am confused on that quote, I need some clarity.

    Thanks:

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  • in reply to: It Lies Within! #10164

    Adebulu
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    Filtered Thoughts Points: 560

    You’re Goddamn Right!

    Everything about one’s success lies within him, that’s why most people fail, some choose the career they will never be successful in because they wanted to follow the crowd. ”My friend chose to be a doctor and I don’t want to stop being his friend, so I’ll have to be a doctor too”, He forget about his own precious passion for singing and venture into studying medicine, he also fails to forget that his friend who wanted to be a doctor was passionate about it.

    And if you are the one that choose a career u think was ”within” you and you are not succeeding, Try another plan on how you can build your career into success and am sure you’ll reach that peak someday.

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