Tag Archives: FAB Observations

FAB Observations: Gone Too Soon by Wendy Oloya

After the recent passing of Amy Winehouse, the upcoming 15 year anniversary of Tupac Shakur’s murder and the 10 year anniversary of Aaliyah’s death, I started thinking about our relationship with music once the artist in question has left this world and moved … Continue reading

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FAB Observations: I Come from a Generation of *insert here* by Wendy Oloya

Consumerists? Materialists? Underachievers? Overachievers? Hard workers? Void of empathy or apathy? Lazy louts with a ridiculous sense of self-entitlement?

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FAB Observations: What Would You Do? by Wendy Oloya

For anyone interested in social experiments, these two videos are a must. While the tile “Shopping while Black” suggests race as being a transitory state, it provides a very interesting insight into not only racial profiling but society’s reactions to … Continue reading

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FAB Observations: He Ain’t Heavy, He’s My Brother by Wendy Oloya

Sibling relationships are in my opinion the most interesting of any family set up. If you have a little brother or sister you’ll completely understand the phrase: ‘No one can touch my little brother/sister…apart from of me course!’

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FAB Observations: Underground Politics by Wendy Oloya

Have you ever noticed that there are so many rules to adhere to and follow when on public transport? I’m not just talking about giving up your seat for a pregnant woman or the elderly, (but I will come back to … Continue reading

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FAB Observations: Britain – “Building People Up to Pull Them Down” by Wendy Oloya

During a phone conversation with a long time friend, I was told something that struck me and had me thinking over the following days. She said to me: The higher up the ladder you go, the fewer friends you’ll have.

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