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Jul 12
2007

Our independence

Posted by AACandidate in Untagged 

AACandidate

Are we really independent?.This question came into my mind while I and other fellow  South Africans were bombarded with patriotic messages of the proudly South African campaign.It appears that there is a need for South African consumers to support local companies by purchasing their so called proudly South African products.

Jul 12
2007

Get your MyDL toolbar now

Posted by stiffmeister in Untagged 

stiffmeister
So This is what kept me up into the late hours of this morning. I hope some of you out there will find it useful. I have created a basic toolbar for MyDL. Please feel free to send me any comments or suggestions .



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Jul 12
2007

Yours Forever

Posted by *Angel* in Untagged 

*Angel*
This is written for someone very special in my life, without whom I would have been nothing. The person that restored purpose, in a world of chaos.

You might not understand why I am doing this, but at least I will know that I once took one chance, too tell the world about the wonderfulness, that is you. The antidepressant I needed so badly, the only sens in a senseless world. Id like to thank you for who you are, for being the constant  that I hold so dearly.

Your face awakens, your breath inspires, you are the one true entity, everyone seeks.   You know how to read me, you know when somethings amiss and somehow, you always make any doubts disappear.

The first time you looked at me, I shyly giggled and smiled. I knew from there on, nothing would ever be the same. My world was rocked and blessed all at once. We have had the best of times and even the not so best of times, but through it all we held on. I would`nt wish any of it away, only because it made us stronger together, we learned to trust in each other.

You are truly my hero, my knight in shinning armour, my warrior prince beside me since we met. No-one would ever be able to compare, too the trueness, that is you and that is why I love you.

Yours forever

        xxx
Jul 12
2007

Her middle name is Mischief

Posted by mandibleclaw in Untagged 

mandibleclaw

"Say for instance my girlfriend bugs me all the time, but the irony of it all is that she loves me all the time."

Jul 12
2007

Govts & pc games

Posted by InTheMoment in Untagged 

InTheMoment

Following on my blog about govt. ministers and how they should play city-building games to keep their seats at parliament, my thoughts turned to the pc-gamer in the street and how we could all contribute to a better South Africa, by playing a city building game.

Jul 12
2007

Thoughts & Breadcrumbs

Posted by InTheMoment in Untagged 

InTheMoment

What if our thoughts were matter?  What if our thoughts were energy, and that when enough energy was given to them, became solid?

Jul 12
2007

My Life As An Improv Class

Posted by hlakile in Untagged 

hlakile

Today has the seeds of a brilliant tomorrow.  Yes.  I am not talking about tomorrow thirty years away.  The concept is tomorrow as in 24 hours from now.  Imagine you have success plants that sprout precisely 24hours after you have planted them.  The more you plant, the more you have.  Simple concept really!  Plant your seeds for tomorrow wherever you can!

Jul 12
2007

That's a ... oh my...

Posted by The Source in Untagged 

The Source
Driving to work proved to be a very great eye opener this morning.

We are all familiar with the law stating that you are allowed to use your cell phone when driving. I can understand that. I have seen a couple of woman who do the lipstick and eyeshadow thing, with great concentration. This morning I saw something again that scares me more than the South African Rand being integrated with the Zim Dollar.

Why would you have a Dream Catcher hanging from you mirror?

Am I mistaken to think that the purpose of a Dream Catcher is to "capture" dreams or nightmares while you are "sleeping". What is this doing in your car. This is like driving behind a car with bumper sticker saying, " MY OTHER CAR IS A WRITE-OFF".

I can imagine you falling asleep and having this nightmare of crashing into a tree, but don't fear - your dream catcher will take care of the bugger.

This causes me to drive a bit slower, standing the chance to be a few minutes late for work. At least I will be getting there alive and awake. This slows up the cars behind me. Mr Taxi driver who is sitting with 19 passengers screaming at him to hurry up - because they might be late - is now getting very tense and make a few "nightmare" moves on the sidewalk. Now we are all showing him how to extend your middle finger and make it appear to be longer than the other digits combined together.

My other fear is that you are on your way to the airport, I fear that you are the pilot who is flying me down to Cape Town. I hope Mango has a policy about Dream Catchers in cock-pits.

Your President

The Source
Jul 12
2007

Om te Kry!!!

Posted by Shiny in Untagged 

Shiny
Om te kry wat jy so graag wil he, of waarvoor jy al so lank wag, kan nogal n probleem raak. Baie keer vat dit dae, weke of selfs jare voor ons dit kry. Dan vra ons hoekom dan so, jy moet jouself die vraag af vra, is dit wat ek wil he in die lewe, dit wat die Here vir my wil he? Die Here gaan somtyds nie vir ons goed gee as Hy weet daar is iets anders, of beters wat Hy vir jou wil he. Die Here wil altyd net die beste vir ons he…
Jul 12
2007

Al Gore and Live Earth

Posted by Anja in Untagged 

Anja
Isn’t it amazing how vocal the doom-sayers are, and all the time. They never let up. What is it with them. I have often wondered at the folk that are around that always have to tell you that it won’t work, waste of time, bad idea, not worth the effort and many many more negative statements. There they are, dependable as ever, sprouting out about the bad things about the Live Earth concerts. There was an article on newsvine that was ridiculing Madonna’s performance at the concert. I only read the first paragraph, but there were already 146 comments and umpteen votes for the article. I’m sure I could find a huge amount of bad things to say about the concerts, for instance the one in Germany wasn’t as full as the organisers had hoped. And of course the concerts would have used electricity, water, created plastic cup waste etc etc. Loads of things that one could find wrong with the whole idea. But then there are loads of things right with it as well. First of all, it got the word out to a fair number of people, in fact thousands, that the earth is worth looking after. That message might not be that important to those negative individuals. I’m sure for them the earth is doomed already in any case, or else, they have their head buried in the sand and are pretending there is nothing going on. After all there is no global warming. No destruction of fauna or flora, nope, nothing happening. No major Tsunamis, forest and veld fires, no earth quakes, no floods, no hectic droughts, no increase in temperature and definitely no hungry people. All those are in the imagination of some scaremongers. Let’s give credit where credit is due. Al Gore, the person who a lot of Americans wrote off as a non-leader during the elections which somehow went to Bush, the guy who people said was colourless and bland and no true leader. This same person has not only won an Oscar for a documentary, he is short listed for a Nobel peace prize. This supposedly boring individual has managed to enthuse people to hold world wide concerts to kick start an entire public relations and advertising campaign to get the message of Live Earth across. And it is good that he is talking to the youth. The older generation are already recycling and worrying about the sustainability of the earth and its hugely growing population. The concerts are the start of a three year campaign to actually mobilise mankind to rethink how the world is being treated. Gore has been taking his talk and slide show around the world already. He has spoken to thousands. He needs help. He cannot do this on his own. By creating an awareness globally, he is also hoping that he might be able to fire up some further disciples and have some help to get the message across. It will be interesting to see how he fares with this. Instead of criticising we should be eternally grateful that somebody is BOTHERING.
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