amaah + anger   11

Gambia coup plotters: model citizens at home in US but 'everybody has a breaking point'
he must have been driven by enormous anger, thinking there was no other option left
gambia  coup  politics  immigration  anger  rogues  africa 
january 2015 by amaah
A Stain on Boston
Ad Hamilton's musings on anger and architecture viz The Big Dig and its effect. I'll admit that it was a baleful imposition during the 15 years I lived in the Boston area.
city  urban  perception  observation  culture  anger  architecture  boston 
june 2012 by amaah
All Available Indignities
He who tests the depth of a stream with both feet must be prepared to swim. - Ewe proverb, Ghana
tyrants  rogues  literature  quotes  history  dissent  anger  revolution  groups  organization  crowds  culture  observation  perception  zingers  tyranny  toli 
january 2011 by amaah
The "Best Men" Fall
How Popular Anger Grew, 1929 and 2009... Steve Fraser, Locked into the Bailout State
anger  bubble  economics  crisis  USA  culture  history  depression  debt  excess  opulence  greed  finance  hubris  fraud  con  shellgame 
february 2009 by amaah
Rep. Ackerman on Madoff Fraud
Politics as theatre and theatre as politics... congressional anger, piping hot and righteous... a verbal tongue-lashing on convenient targets, SEC bureaucrats...
theatre  politics  anger  bubble  fraud  debt  con  ponzi  madoff  economics  bureaucracy  gremlins  parasites  grifters 
february 2009 by amaah
What Do You Think of Ted Williams Now?
a look at the life of a driven man, Ted Williams, competitor extraordinaire
profile  appreciation  sports  observation  biography  USA  baseball  competition  drive  rage  anger  motivation 
december 2008 by amaah
Mood Markers
Three songs and a stanza... "usury age-old and age-thick
and liars in public places."
music  quotes  culture  observation  decline  fall  anger  economics  USA  toli 
october 2008 by amaah
Reckless? You’re in Luck
written with a slow burn almost as if to the soundtrack of Pete Rock & C.L. Smooth's "Anger in the Nation"
economics  bubble  panic  anger  Regulation  ShellGame  USA  risk  debt  hatchetjob  ObserversAreWorried 
september 2008 by amaah
Slums Of Our Earth
A bracing, angry poem by Kofi Anyidoho on the universality of slums. written at the height of 'revolution' in Ghana. "There are no lights in the slums but there are flames in the hearts of slum dwellers"
poetry  slums  urban  city  Nima  Ghana  Accra  Africa  literature  anger  observation  culture  hatchetjob 
november 2007 by amaah

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