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    Quote Originally Posted by Akyeame Kwame View Post
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    i have this pic , a bigger one.

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    What is the context of the pic? When? Where? What is going on? I'm VERY Interested in Kikongo culture/history/language/worldview...etc

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    It is a modern city... How often do Yurugus strive to convince that Dya Malela (Afrika) was a savage-inhabited jungle land... A barbarian infested dung-hut wilderness which contained no civilization or intelligent thought. This is our proof of the opposite (not that those of us who are well-read need it, yet it is blacktastic to have a visual, lol). Lemba.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Khafrahotep View Post
    It is a modern city... How often do Yurugus strive to convince that Dya Malela (Afrika) was a savage-inhabited jungle land... A barbarian infested dung-hut wilderness which contained no civilization or intelligent thought. This is our proof of the opposite (not that those of us who are well-read need it, yet it is blacktastic to have a visual, lol). Lemba.
    It's best to ignore cave-beasts whenever possible. @Khafrahotep

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