End of days

 Those of you that bothered to read last week’s Blog will know that I had to go to Queenstown, some 355 kms to the North East of Port Elizabeth. As is the norm I saddled up the old Triumph and  took to the road. PE was windy but by the time I hit the turn off for Grahamstown (that celebrated its 200th birthday last weekend) it was Frikken hot, I stopped to take off my jacket so I could fry my arms, by the time I got to Fort Beaufort I reckon the temperature was upper 30’s.............”It was hot” as I crossed over the top of Nico Malan Pass I could smell the rain, but it was still in the distance, as I was coming round a corner just having passed Waterdown dam an Eagle with a rabbit or Dassie came out of a bush and decided to play Chicken with me. Don’t know who got the biggest fright but as I ducked he /she veered to the left and hit my shoulder..............”Never played Chicken with an eagle before”.  

About 20kms from Queenstown the rain that I had smelt and seen in the distance hit with a vengeance and it was not Lekker riding. By the time I got to the venue I was soaked and pissed off. The roads were all flooded and with the roads being dug up I nearly disappeared once or twice. I got to the address that I was staying at and it was a dilapidated house that looked KAK, so I knocked on the door and after a while when no one answered I called the cell number. A gent answered and I said “its raining, I am standing outside of your house knocking on the door and no one is answering” to which he replied “ I am at my front door and there is no one here”................I said “are you the house at 8 Frost street”? and to my relief he said “No we are at 38 Frost”..............Yeah I know I felt Dof but at the same time happy that this was not the place I was going to spending a couple of days. Guest house  was nice (parts built in 1890) and the people are nice enough but it’s no Tindale lodge

Monday I eventually found the Eskom offices that I was going to be training at, it’s always good when you arrive when they look at you with that blank expression and you have to explain you are there for training. Got the class together (13 booked, 18 arrived for the course, so it was a good job I took 20 folders with training material). I was supposed to start at 8.30 , eventually started at  just after 9, at about 9.20am a lady (and I use that term loosely) informed us that we had to get out of the boardroom and move to a small room to do the training as there was a disciplinary hearing for the next two days and the venue had been booked. When we pointed out that the other venue was to small for 19 people but big enough for 5 that just pissed her off even more. To cut a longs story short they booked a venue in Queenstown for us to go to. So we moved too to the Moth hall, set up tables and by the time we got sorted it was nearly 11am.  

Queenstown is better than I thought it would be but with a railway line running through the middle of the village you do need to be on the right side of the tracks.    I thought that  most of you (like myself) would not know much about the history of Queenstown so I looked up some information.
The town was founded in early 1853 under the direction of Sir George Cathcart who named the settlement, and then fort, after Queen Victoria. The town prospered from its founding up to the world wide depression of the 1930s, and again thereafter. In the 1960s. The layout of Queenstown reflects its original objective as a defensive stronghold for the frontier area and has a most unusual design. There is a central hexagonal area where canon or rifle fire could be directed down six thoroughfares radiating from the centre. The canon sites have now been replaced with gardens and a central fountain was the dominant feature. A striking abstract sculpture replaced the fountain as part of the town's 150th anniversary. The Hexagon still exists, with the outer road surrounding it named Robinson Road, which encircles it. Surrounding the Hexagon to the east and west lies more commercial and administrative facilities.

 Queen's College, Queenstown Girls' High School, Kwa Komani Comprehensive, Hexagon High School and Maria Louw High School are among well-known secondary schools in Queenstown. The former has produced many fine sportsmen, including Tony Greig, Daryll Cullinan, Kenny McEwan, Kaya Malotana, Lionel Cronje, Justin Kemp, Rob Kempson, Dick Muir and Lwazi Mvovo. Not sure if Steve was born there or just has a number of 'friends" on this street. Left late Tuesday afternoon and got home just before 7pm managing to miss all the storms that where threatening to dump water on me. Bike needs a new air filter as is not operating at full strength at lower revs. 

Before I forget well done to Richard Levi who managed two records in the second T20 match against the New Zealanders  , the first was to score the quickest 100 (off 45 balls) in a International T20 and tje first South African to score a hundred or more in a International T20. SA won the T20 series 2/1 by narrowly beating New Zealand in the 3rd game.  The Proteas under De Villiers beat New Zealand with 6 wickets and 5 overs’ to spare in the 1st One day international. Smith, Amla and Kallis, did not score but De Villiers (106 not out) and Faf Du Plessis (65 not out) brought us home, Duminy also contributed. 
They say that going to a gym or a Health Spa is  good for you and a healthy option to your life style. Well that may not always be true. Atlanta (USA) - Authorities say five people are dead in an apparent murder-suicide at a suburban Atlanta spa.  Norcross police spokesperson Captain Brian Harr said officers found the bodies after responding to a call reporting a person shot on Tuesday night at the Su Jung Health Sauna.

This week was Budget week in SA and as usual the few are being taxed to look after the many...........I nearly choked on my caviar when I heard on the news that 81% of the taxes paid in SA comes from 2% of the population...................”F$%k Me”.............. “excuse my French”  Surely it’s about time they start getting more South Africans to pay, Corrupt government officials need to be put up against a wall and shot. With Oil at 123 dollars a barrel and a extra 20 – 30 cent levy put on fuel by the government that can only mean one thing for the hard pressed consumer ...................More pain.  Yep we need Madiba’s face on our money because we need to be remembered every time we see the Rand that it’s a struggle to make it and to keep it.   

Talking about Madiba he has been admitted to a private in hospital in Gauteng with a stomach ailment as is the norm rumours that he is dead  or on the brink of death are doing the rounds. Latest is that he seems to be doing ok and could be going home in the near future.

Super 15 started this weekend and did not get to see a game, hopefully I will get to see some games over the long season. South African teams that won are the Bulls who beat the Sharks in a dreary affair at Loftus 18/13, The Stormers beat the Hurricanes 39/26 and the Cheetahs (as is their way) snatched defeat from the jaws of victory 

Now that the Bulls play in Pink (away games)
1) One lucky season ticket holder will win a free make-over during half time of each match.
2) Fans will no longer be allowed to Braai before kick-off, instead fondue stations will be available for snacks.
3) The beer tent will no longer sell beer, but a wide variety of fruity drinks will be available.
4)The dancing girls will be replaced by a French poodle parade.
5) The man of the match will not receive a trophy, but rather a subscription to House and Home magazine.
6) The yellow card area will not be referred to as the sin bin, but will now be known as the temper tantrum tank.

The Village of Clarens had its second Beer Festival this weekend and by all accounts it was well run, well attended and a huge success. To be honest I would expect nothing less as the owners of Clarens Brewery who put the festival together never do anything half assed and my mate Meatbomb who is the manager at Clarens Brewery will have left no stone unturned to ensure it was a great success. Sorry I could not have been there but well done guys. 

This weekend was Jeanelle’s Birthday and I am sure that she and her Hubby as well as friends in Clarens had a great time.........................” Happy birthday Jeanelle hope that you have a great year”  (Jeanelle is on the right of the picture)
Ok well off to the Gym to torture my muscles and sweat like a pig.

Have a great day and an even better week

Houston........We have a problem

Winey Houston was buried this weekend after having been found dead in a bath last week. If you thought that was bad news then more bad news was to follow. On Monday Justin Bieber was found alive in his bathroom which means that  we are going to have to put up with more of his insipid pop muzak.................... 

News in this week is that the South African bank note as we now know it will be changing and all the 5 notes will have the face of Nelson Mandela on them. There has been much debate on social networks as to why we need to change the notes anyway and why it should be Madiba as many other people were involved in the struggle just as much or more than Madiba was.

Personally I don’t like the fact we are starting to put people’s faces on the money, too dictatorship like, for example Julius Neyrere is on the Tanzanian banknote (Shilling) and he was an asshole. So after Madiba who is next ?...................."The whoever it is possible  lifelong  President"? 

Another friend said why do we have to bring everything we do in SA back to the struggle, he has a point although when it comes to money just to make it is a struggle, not spending it all before the first week is a struggle and getting your boss to give you a pay increase is a struggle....So perhaps its pertinent to link the “struggle” to money. 
This must be a record??........... Johannesburg - A three-year-old boy was expelled from Crawford College in Sandton, Johannesburg, three days after being accepted at the school, according to a report on Friday. The boy's mother claimed she was told during a parent/teacher meeting at the college's pre-primary school that her son was disruptive, could not sit still during story-telling and was not suited to the school, The Star newspaper reported."The teacher said Joshua [not his real name] is extremely busy and disruptive... She [the teacher] said she thinks he has ADHD
Worst car ever found on the roads in Sa (F%$k  it must have been bad to be taken off the road)......................Northern Cape police have impounded a 1976 Toyota bakkie whose only roadworthy part was its windscreen...................Holy Shit. The driver of a 1976 Toyota Hilux bakkie was pulled over by Chief of Licensing, Moses Alfonse in Vergenoeg, Galeshewe, Kimberley after noticing the vehicle swaying side to side in his rear view mirror. The car didn't have a brake booster handbrake and had numerous neglected hazardous parts The bakkie had no lights, no wipers and only rudimentary car seats. It had only two gears, the tyres were completely smooth, the shock absorbers had been tied into position with wire. The petrol tank is a 5 litre container in the engine. The owner, a Zimbabwean, told police that he had bought the car for R5 000 from a South African in 2011. He was fined, and the car was permanently impounded

This article was printed yesterday Friday 17th in the Business day Travel section, sure it will have some of the locals fuming and others agreeing. I for one agree with the square as for years it has looked KAK, this after a group of concerned citizens “f%$ked up the square and took out the rose bushes etc etc.   

What is it about Clarens in the Free State that brings in the weekend hordes?

“IT was the village square that really shocked me. I had already been disappointed at the mostly (but thankfully not entirely) mediocre art, the so-so food and the unremarkable tourist tat sold in all but a very few of the shops, but it was that scrappy patch of grass that really got me. I stared down, incredulous. Surely a village of people who make their money from sentimental allure could get a group together to properly oversee the maintenance of the square that made Clarens so enormously charming that misty day I first visited it almost 20 years ago?

Apparently not. That uncaring attitude repeats itself across the town, with some exceptions, so that, all in all, our Christmas week in Clarens left us wholly underwhelmed. Sure, it’s nestled in a remarkably pretty landscape and its proximity to the Golden Gate National Park is part of its draw, but I am baffled about what it is that brings in the hordes.Innovation and uniqueness are in short supply. I did come away from The Purple Onion deli — one of one of the better shops — with "nastergal" jam, made from the plant of the same name (Solanum nigrum, black nightshade in English). Much of the rest I had seen in shops from Kakamas to Hazyview.

A shop worth a visit is Valerie Kneppert’s tiny Bon Appetit. I picked up beautifully wrapped Italian dessert delicacies and they stock unusual imported kitchenware. The preserves are good, the liquid nougat delightfully sinful. We had a good pub supper at The Highlander, and a pleasantly memorable dinner at the restaurant, Clementines. Housed in a former South African Railways bus-service maintenance shed, it has great ambience and a menu that has made a virtue of nostalgia in a way much of the rest of the town misses.

"I haven’t seen some of these dishes for years," said my mother-in-law. It was a compliment, not a complaint. Eating at Clementines is like dining at grandma’s, which is just what you want when on holiday in a town that pretends towards old-world charm. What (else) really surprised me, however, was that there was very little fresh produce, and none of it worth a trip to the village. Several times I considered driving the 30km back to Bethlehem. I am told the region is not good for vegetable farming. 

Perhaps the highlight was the white-water rafting we did with Clarens Xtreme, an outing that was well run, with a solid emphasis on safety as well as fun. As white-water rafting goes, it’s not the most hair-raising ride you will ever have, but there is enough to get the adrenaline going and it was definitely fun. I am not sure what the problem is, unless it’s complacency. 

Clarens has become a weekend destination of choice for some. Perhaps making a living there has become too easy. All over South Africa there are dorps that have been destroyed by the "good luck" of becoming the next big thing. This happens anywhere. I remember the last time I was in that Western Cape food and literary mecca, Franschhoek, I was disappointed at the sameness of what was to be found in its shops. Franschhoek, however, is saved by being home to some really fabulous restaurants. Franschhoek, however, is saved by being home to some really fabulous restaurants. (MY NOTE: perhaps she should have bought a copy of my Book about Clarens)

This week was spent training and enjoying a Lekker Dinner at The Nelson Mandela Bay Stadium as a guest of honour...................Yes you heard right  “Guest of honour” ..............”Ok well esteemed judge” Vusi and I had spent the day  interviewing SHE Reps to chose the top 3 from all the harbours in SA so they could compete in a National SHE rep competition in March of this year. It was a long , but fruitful day. That evening we were invited to the dinner and to receive a gift for assisting in the process.................Vusi and I as well as the judges who assisted with the Fire fighters and the First aiders received a convection oven, so I was pretty chuffed.  

Seems that the Poms are downgrading the size of their army so much that many experts believe that they will become an internal home defence force only and should the Germans ever decide to attack again, the Island could be in trouble (thst part is my interpretation).

Went to the gym on Saturday to meet with a trainer who gave me some advice on how to get the best out of using the gym (he told me to stay home......just joking) spent an hour using treadmill, bicycle and the rowing machine. Tania and Gabby are using the gym regularly and seem to be enjoying it. 

On the way to Queenstown today and will be there for 3 days, only having past there when on way to or from Clarens the last few years I do not think I am going to enjoy it...............hope the guest house at least has TV.

Ok well have to go, have a great week

" I Smell A Rat "

Seems that Juju is still shouting the odds as the leader of the ANC Youth league, I am confused isn’t he supposed to be suspended for 14 days so that he can appeal the decision of the ANC disciplinary committee that stripped him of his leadership roll of the youth league?  Malema says that perhaps he is guilty of thinking and that’s why the ANC found him guilty.......Juju no one can ever accuse you of “thinking”.....seriously if you had another brain cell it would be lonely.

“Only the ANC Youth League has the right to dismiss its leaders, its embattled leader Julius Malema told delegates at the league's three-day lekgotla in Pretoria on Friday. "If the youth says we must step down and resign, we are prepared to step down."

To applause, Malema said the leadership had effectively been found guilty of abiding by the resolutions of the league's 24th congress held in 2011. "The basic lesson we have learned is that of democratic centralisation... we are guilty of thinking." He said if the ANC had the right to fire the league's leaders, then it should be appointing the leadership which, he pointed out, it did not. I have heard that Malema is not an ANC Youth League member in good standing as he is 3 years behind in his subscriptions ( a hefty R36.00) R12.00 per year is the fee to belong to a Group of Morons. 

 So  I was in EL from Sunday to Wednesday, Ryan hired a car as one of his cars has broken and there was just to much stuff to take on the bike. Got to EL and Carl (owns Tindale Lodge) was at Selbornians old boys club so we popped in there to have a couple of “lemonades” and meet a few of his mates. Training went ok and we took a goof at Nahoon reef on Monday, water was ok but water very dirty due to rivers that came down in flood after all the rain we had. Was really hot and battled to sleep Monday and Tuesday nights. Wednesday we drove home, passed this “sign fail” that was situated on Buffalo pass and the reason I don’t want to take bus trips.         

Here is a good word to use when describing that person who if you have snorkelled he is a  scuba diver etc etc, you know the kind of person I am talking about, well there is a name for them now you can call them FIGJAM......................”Fuck I’m good Just ask me” 

News from  the UK: London – 1) Atheists were celebrating victory in a landmark test case in Britain on Friday after challenging the right of a town council to hold prayers before meetings. The National Secular Society and an atheist councillor challenged the practice of Bideford town council in Devon, southwest England, of having religious prayers on meeting agendas. The legal challenge was launched in July 2010 after the NSS was contacted by Clive Bone, a non-believer who was then a councillor in Bideford.

2) While we have been receiving sooooooo many snow photos from family in London we need to remember it’s been F%$##ing  cold with hundreds of people across Europe succumbing to the cold. Think my family are getting too acclimatised into UK culture, happy to see snow and commenting about how beautiful it is,  is showing me that the roots are no longer like fine roots just attached enough to get what you need from the soil your attached to, but are starting to take root and dig deeper into the way of life  that the UK offers....................”Tap roots”

3) Now I know why so many South Africans settle in UK, it’s because plenty of Poms (football players as well as there yobo supporters) are Racists, the England Captain has been stripped of his captaincy due to him allegdgedly racially abusing a player of colour, this lead to Fabio Capello  resigning as England Coach and has been replaced by caretaker coach Stuart Pearce  who it would also seem is a Racist having abused Paul Ince in a game  a number of years ago So the England football team was plunged into a new racism storm on Thursday night after Stuart Pearce was named as caretaker manager following Fabio Capello's resignation, according to a report in The Sun. Pearce, 49, had to apologise to Paul Ince for allegedly racially abusing him when both were players. The incident bears striking similarities to the racist rant charge facing John Terry, stripped of the England captaincy pending his court case. Hell iIcould not live in such a backward and racist country one that pretends to be a accepting and open society.

Don’t stress Doug, not getting into Defcon 4 mode regards the Island, but every now and again I need to stir just a little, otherwise it really gets Frikken boring. Enjoy seeing the photos and happy that you guys love the snow, we prefer the Sun and the Surf, but I suppose you Have to learn to live with and enjoy the weather etc that you are given or have made a choice to accept.   

Saturday went to watch the EP Kings (local rugby side) play the Stormer’s at the Nelson Mandela Bay Stadium The EP Kings lost 31/13, was not impressed by the Stormer’s or the EP kings as a matter of fact. The games are pre-season warm ups and next week Friday the Kings play the Sharks. We did however discover that Western province/Stormers fans do in fact drink pink drinks, as you can imagine we gave these gents a gentle ribbing aboutb their choice of thirst – quencher. 

Seem to have been seeing plenty of really unsafe scaffolding this last couple of weeks, or maybe it’s because now I am in the safety business I just  focus on that. One I saw I was unable to take a photo as we were travelling along a road with plenty traffic, but this one I did manage to get.  

Going to relax today and do some prep work for an Incident investigation course that I have to present next week as well as get some items ready for a SHE Rep competition that Vusi and I are judging on Thursday for the Port authorities. Will also be attending the prize giving and gala dinner “Free Food”. Will probably also go to the Gym later today as Tania has signed us up for a 3 year contract so will go check the place out and get some advice how when I can come out of the bathroom with a towel around my waist Tania can say to me “Stephen you look just like a Greek God” and not “Stephen you look just like a Greek”

Oh yeah check this children’s playground “Fail” I was riding past yesterday dropping Ryan at home after the Rugby  and saw this so decided to stop on way home and take a photo. Just had a good laugh as I am writing this I am watching a documentary called ‘pussy people” .............................................Woah boy get down its about cats. 

“Shit” news just in from Los Angeles - Pop legend Whitney Houston, who was found dead on Saturday, was the vocal star of a generation whose soaring voice broke records and inspired millions of fans before substance abuse sent her on a downward spiral..............RIP Whitney you were a legend and had an amazing voice.

Anyway that’s it for this week


Those three letters strike fear into my heart every time I hear them because I know a) it will mean I have to spend Money, b) it will lead to much swearing and arguments c) after battling for hours and hours on what should have been a 30 minute job  what you have had to do looks nothing like what you had in your mind.
Yes I am talking about........................... “Do it yourself” or in my case “Destroy it yourself”   

There is a Huge Builders Warehouse not too far from my house (in fact I can see it from my bedroom balcony) and let me tell you that its probably one of the most visited shops in PE. Over weekends and Public Holidays one battles to find a parking bay and then you have to battle the hordes that throng the various departments ranging from gardening to plumbing. If there is a Sale then its even worse. 

Probably worse than actually doing the DIY is looking for the items that you need to get the job done, as a guy I get a feeling you’re supposed to know all the technical names for parts and tools that you need to get the job done and asking for a “metal thingy that hooks onto a goodgymebob to ensure the dingamalairy does not fall off” does not go down well with a staff member who will invariably give you a “WTF” is this tool talking about. So embarrassed to ask anyone I go in search of the items I need, sometimes (but very rarely) I get lucky and find what I am looking for quickly but most times its like searching for the Holy Grail and then when you do find it you have to decide what size, shape and colour do I need. The worst for me is screws, wall plugs and drill bits as I never ever seem to be able to match the items up to the job, they are either too long, short, not thick enough, or the wrong type. As I have said I always get the wrong ones and that means another trip and you just know that ten sales staff are saying to themselves “look at that asshole”.........”Take a sample” I hear you say, yeah yeah I always say that when I am cursing under my breath (but more often than not so most people within a 12 km radius can hear me).

Once you have chosen the items you need and have persuade yourself that they are in fact the right item/s you trudge off to go and pay for those items, this in itself a mission as the queue is  half a km long.

Don’t you just love shops that have a 5km walk to the tills and they then line that pathway with shelves of items you would not normally even consider buying but because you are moving along slowly you end up at the till with a number of items that seem to have jumped up into your arms. If you have kids it must be a nightmare as the shops always seem to place the “as I kid I want” items at eye level for those 3-5 year olds that will not take no for an answer and instead of having a fight in a queue with a toddler who is turning blue because they have decided to hold their breaths.

The Marketing department of that shop know that most parents will get embarrassed and not want to have social services called on them by some irate customer so they give in and buy 2 of each which then means you have to put the purchases on 6 month budget or call the bank manager for an extension to your home loan..     
Monday afternoon the wind came up and  we had a windy afternoon in PE, the sort were you don’t take a Yorkshire terrier for a walk, 108kms per hour at Casa Dunkley and that’s ok unless you have unpacked boxes on the weekend and put those boxes outside to be collected on Wednesday. Got SMS from Tania and I quote “  Winds are 105 per hour. The boxes outside the house are gone! We had to pick up all Gabby’s old schoolbooks you left in the boxes. Were spread up and down the street!! Phew. The swimming pool looked like it had not been cleaned in months and the one downpipe will need replacing. We are doing a stock take on the washing that was on the line at the time, so far we think we have lost 3 socks, a T shirt and a pair of knickers. Tania said the Bunny hunkered down and kept low.............”obviously did not want to become a dust bunny”! 

Gave Ryan a lift home on the scooter, that was also interesting due to the fact that the bush at Willows/Overbaakens area caught fire and was blowing all the way towards home, in fact going through 3rd avenue dip with 2 up and a smog that you could cut a knife with is always going to be an interesting proposition, add 100km + winds and it becomes an adventure sport. 

Been a busy week this week, with SAMTRAC week 2 and then meetings regards my KPA (Key Performance assessment),  as well as one with TNPA regards facilitating. I also had to get study material ready for Haz Chem, HIRA and job observations as well as  assess Intro to SAMTRAC papers from the week before last. Worked on Saturday as well presenting Hazardous chemical workshop to a local company, I am always happy to earn some extra R.

Has rained basically nonstop from Wednesday to Saturday and have had  70 mm of rain, was a nice soft rain, got soaked twice on the scooter but it’s a small price to pay for the rain we need.       

Today (Sunday) is trip to EL until Wednesday and the training in Office on Thursday and Friday, so “No rest for the wicked” as they say in the classics.

Borrowed a book from my Regional Manager about 3 months ago that I wanted to read to help me with my facilitating and learning in general. 2 days ago Tania asked me to give it back to him as I had not read it..........to be honest I forgot I had it. What is the book called? ................ “Super Memory”. I am reading a good book at the moment, it’s called the “Bang Bang Club” it’s about photographers during the period late eighties and early nineties. Excellent read.  

After work on Saturday went to Ryan’s place and had a Braai,  and watched the opening games of the 6 Nations, with France besting Italy and England beating Scotland. With a Botha and a Barrit playing for the Poms and at least 4 Sefricans playing for the Italians we could chose an overseas team just from those playing for the 6 nations teams.

Regards Sports this week, It seems that the EP Super Kings will be competing in the Super 15 next year, Oh Yeah O Yeah, some Awesome rugby right on my doorstep , How cool is that, the next 3 weekend they are playing the Blue Bulls , Stormers and Sharks as warm up games for those teams prior to start of this year’s Super 15.  The EP Kings played the Blue Bulls in a warm up match on Saturday and the Bulls held on for a 16-12 win, the Cheetahs beat the Stormers 22-14 at Newlands. Next week the EP Kings play the Stormers here in PE. 

A stampede at an Egyptian football game resulted in the deaths of 74 people, and injured over 1,000 on Wednesday night in Port Said. Politicians lashed out at a lack of stadium security in the fixture between home team al-Masry and Al Ahly, as fans stormed the field after the match. Many of the casualties were as a result of being trampled, as rival fans fought throughout the stadium, including on the pitch, but others were killed after being thrown off upper parts of the stadium. Forty-seven people were arrested after the violence was quelled. Deputy health minister Hesham Sheiha quite aptly described it as “the biggest disaster in Egypt's soccer history”.

I see the Sunday papers headlines are that Juju has been stripped of his powers as ANC youth league leader, wonder if Juju and his big mate Cyril Ramaphosa will look to start their own ‘we hate all and everything about whites” party. Let’s hope that Juju goes quietly.    

While I am finishing this Blog off I am watching Steve Erwins  dangerous  adventures.....................”what a twat” I mean when you sit next to a Hippo carcass so you can get close to a Nile Crocodile, not just a Crocodile mind you, but a Frikken Feeding frenzy.............i am surprised it was just a stingray that killed him.

Breaking news from the States: ‘New York has legalised Marijuana” – see photo.

Ok gotta go
Have a great week

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