See How People Look For Trouble
Kontri People make una see me see wahala. Shey you people are seeing how people look for trouble any how. So North Korea decided to test missiles yesterday. Why did they choose to do it on America's Independence day and after the Shuttle launch. What is the meaning of that? That is like the girl who stole my boyfriend coming to my face and waving the diamond ring in my face and expecting me not to bite off her finger. The other thing is that they didn't just launch one or two, but SEVEN. A whole seven missiles. That is a pure declaration of outright aggression if not war. And the funny thing, which is not very funny if you think about it is the fact that I live 15-20 minutes away from their number one target. Vandenberg Airforce base is where the interceptor missile is based, so whenever North Korea is ready, that's the place they will take out first. Hopefully they will not launch some Hiroshima, Nagasaki or Kawasaki type bomb that will clean from here to LA. If that is the case ya'll, I am a goner o. Tell my people to go and cash the money in my account at Bank of America and use it to give offering at church.
But I wonder why they are looking for trouble like this? Has Osama sent them? When America lands with their 'Shock and Awe' arsenal now, people will start crying 'oh america is this, america is that...blah blah blah'. As the dancers in the Things Fall Apart movie were singing 'Onye apala nwa agu aka n'odu, m'odi ndu, m'onwuru anwu' meaning, "don't touch the tail or a lion whether it is dead or alive'. Especially when that lion is George Bush, ya'll know he will not hesitate to anhialate North Korea. Left for the guy Aghanistan and Iraq would be off the map, but for politics. Anyways I just said let me just let ya'll know the ramafications of these missile launching for me. This might be an incentive to findmy square root sooner or later if these launches continue. Me I no like wahala, make I comot jejely and go back to my village abeg. At least there I know the only missiles that can be lauched from the sky are the heavy hot pellets (not drops o) of rain that feel like stones.