Kofi Abrampah was born in Ghana and studied molecular science at Rhode Island College, from which school he subsequently obtained his doctorate. He is currently employed by Amersham as a nuclear pharmacist which, according to Africa’s finest portal, GhanaWeb, means that “he compounds and prepares radio pharmaceutics (radioactive drugs).” So what do you think he looks like? Here’s a photo:
Most pharmacists I know are, like me, fairly weedy individuals, and most of them engage in product testing on the sly. But, although several of his bodybuilding rivals have failed the tests, and although his nickname – Dr Kof – might lead one to suspect otherwise, Dr Abrampah is clean. Writes GhanaWeb, “His diet consists of chicken and rice.” Yeah, yeah, but how many chickens?
- Down with free-range chickens! Up with free-range eggs!
You will soon pay much less for much more liberated eggs, all thanks to experiments currently underway in Kalebeul labs.
- Making it in Spain
In a piece here Amina Talhimet observes that in order to make it in southern Europe, it is no longer enough
- Franco started the patera craze
Time, August 17 1936: Along the dusty roads of Lusitania Spanish peasants last week saw a sight that white men had not
- Just chicken
Bit old-fashioned, probably still works, though the pollo doesn’t look too happy about being faxed to hungry consumers: Still on chickens, Satan’s
- Feta marketing dilemma resolved
There is the weeniest bit of potential to frustrate the knavish tricks of those bad, bad Greeks and “their” precious feta: