Rebirth of Epic Proportions

Hey there, The name's Andrew a.k.a. Murdog a.k.a. Brosiedon a.k.a. Andy P Killa. You get the point. I'm 20 and I am a student at the University of Oregon. However, I often find myself back in California because that's where I come from. I blog random shit all of the time so don't expect too much of a theme. But feel to ask me about anything.




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You go about your day like normal and then you discover one of your favorite comedians of all time has died. The world isn’t the same.


The moment that you realize that you don’t have time to do all the things you want to do.

Some thoughts on my departure from Ghana.

This is it. Six weeks spent in Ghana have come and gone. I return home on Sunday, tired, filthy (haven’t had the best time with laundry and cleaning habits), excited, and even a bit sad.

I’ve fallen in love this country in my short time here. It’s a vastly underrated African territory and has so much to offer cultural, socially and politically. This is a nation filled with wonderful and gracious…

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The wonders of public transit in Accra.


A standard trotro, though they range in shapes and sizes

Way back when I first applied for the Media in Ghana program, I had some preliminary thoughts about what Ghana would be like. One of the first thoughts I had was what public transportation would be like in Accra.

The public transportation is expert level here compared to many parts of my home state, California. There are more taxis than you…

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My observations on Accra’s drainage system. #MediaInGhana

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How an area handles weather conditions is always an interesting topic. While the bare subject of just weather is possibly one of the weakest points of small talk in human history, the way it affects a city’s infrastructure is worth talking about.

Accra is a developing area, but one aspect that seems grossly underdeveloped in regard to everything else is the city’s drainage system. Actually, this…

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100 Words or Less: “Weird Al” Yankovic - Mandatory Fun @alyankovic

“Weird Al” Yankovic is still a maestro at musical mockery, but his parodies might be coming in a late and stale fashion in the internet age. There some giddy moments in Mandatory Fun such as “Word Crimes” which riffs on Robin Thicke’s “Blurred Lines” and in the process teaches a grammar lesson or two. “Foil” serves as a PSA for proper food storage and makes light of Lorde’s “Royals.”

However the…

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