I had planned to stay one weekend, so I didn’t bother taking my clipper along. However, my stay was longer than I expected.
I had to shave, but no clipper. Had to use a shaving stick! I normally reach to sticks… I’d itch my life out lol Still, I decided to give it a try.
As expected, the itching started! I was ready and willing to try everything possible. Dad’s after shave was finished. I tried a little perfume, but nothing. Then I finally tried on some of my Axe Body Spray, and that did the magic… Itching stopped for a while!
So… Axe body prays make good after shaves? Who knew?! Although I have to use it 2 or 3 times in a day, or as often as it itches me, but it gave the comfort I needed.
Sometime around 4:30 this evening, I received an email from Engineering.com announcing that they will but shutting down the free “engineering.com” email service. It’s unfortunate as my published paper on Plagiarism Detection carries my engineering.com email address.
Every once in a while, I receive email messages from engineering students at that address, asking for interviews to help with their school work. A few others who have found my work have successfully contacted me with the same email address. Now it comes to an end, and this is sad!
I just remembered from when I was a kid, visitors who came to our house would give us money. I also remember when my siblings were just babies, when people come to visit, they would leave some cash next to the baby. I’ve thought much about it but I still can’t figure out why or what that was about. Was it a thing back then to give babies and kids money when you visit? Was it something superstitious? Was it a culture thing?
Well as far as I knew back then, it was a kids source of income, especially during festive seasons, like Christmas. However, I don’t see this happening these days. Or does it still happen?
Did you guys receive cash gifts when you were kids? Tell me about it
Just the other day, I heard someone make a comment about a Tecno phone, she said ” yea, the phone is nice but it’s China!”
I though to myself, so what if it’s “China” ? Most electronic products we know and love are “made in China”. Even some of our favorite phone brands are made in China.
Nevertheless, “China” doesn’t even refer to the place where the product (usually phones) were made or assembles, the word China now means any unknown brand, whether it was actually made in China or not. Tecno, is assembled in China, just like some iphones and blackberries and even my Nokia 101 (I LOVE that phone).
However, NOBODY will refer to my Nokia phone as “China”. That means, by the time brands like Tecno become widely accepted and become a major known brand, it will automatically lose its “China” status. And isn’t that just silly?
So I put it together this way… a product tagged as China has nothing to do with it’s assembly line or brand owner, it just has to do with the acceptability of that brand or product, as “China” now means sub-standard or inferior or unknown
I personally have a different idea names and products. I like to give new products a try, and if they meet my needs, I’m happy. I’ve had good experiences with “China” products and I love then just as much; they even have more and better features than the non-china products
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