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I mean, when was the last time you smelled a rose and realized it doesn’t smell good? And I make a conscious decision not to have a conversation about it meanwhile I’m wondering whether he is crazy. But because I’m the first white guy to see it, I have discovered it and I have named it Mount Kenya!! But the thing about peace is that people forget to live, you know? It takes him a whopping five minutes to conclude his business and get back inside the car. If you give me an honest answer, I’ll tell you anything you want to know about me. Him: And what would my being a soldier have anything to do with my being a criminal? Then maybe I could conclude that you’re probably suffering from Post Traumatic Stress Disorder. I cast him a defiant look and maybe that’s what prompts him to dip his hand inside his jacket and pull out a pistol. Him: Just in case you’re wondering, yes I have a gun. A certain kind of sharpness and metallic substance that is used to throwing orders around. Students, lawyers, doctors, business folks, and they all talk the same. College students are irritating especially when tanked or commuting in a group. They mostly ride in silence particularly those who have seen combat. He walks stiffly towards my car, leans against the codriver’s side and peers in through the open window. I start the car immediately and drive fast towards Ruiru because the last thing I want is for him to ask me to take him home to my wife and kids. Me: I asked if you’re a soldier because I wanted to know what I’d be dealing with if you posed a threat to my life. Him: Why do you think I’d pose a danger to your life?
However, when they speak all they do is give orders.
So I reduce the volume and press the brakes pedal as we’re approaching another set of bumps.
And he seems so calm like he has done this a million times.
Him: Gravity existed before Newton noticed that apples don’t fly around in the air when they are thrown up but they come hurtling down to the ground. Then comes a white guy who sees it and says; drumroll; “There lies a huge mountain that the natives don’t give a shit about. And that’s OK because you have lived an entire lifetime. The moment I step off the car, I’m hit by such a strong stench that I instinctively fall back.
Him: Like this other dirtbag who apparently discovered Mt. Weren’t there people who were living around that area when he discovered it? If memory serves, the Kikuyu used to face the mountain whenever they prayed because they believed that their god lives up there. Before you know it, you’re sixty with one foot in the grave. When you discover you have cancer or other terminal illness, you start living each day like it means something. We are at Survey now along Thika Road and we’re right in the middle lane. I have my hazards lights on but two minutes into his unhygienic business, I decide it might be a great idea to place the triangle on the road for safety.