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  1. Today

    To everyone out there. Happy Braai day. To all you vegetarians. Lekker fokken tuin maak!!!!

    Q. What does Russia and reality have in common? A. Trump has contacts within Russia.
  4. Best adverts of all time

    Eish. Some hectic ones.
  5. Yesterday
  6. Goodbye Sanzaar?

    A better game to watch than the RC games. Cheetahs still not where they could be - but moments of very good rugby..
  7. Goodbye Sanzaar?

    I followed the live scoring, will watch the game on Monday. Glad they won, I also noticed that Ulster hammered the Dragons which means that the Kings and Cheetahs are not far off being competitive. 1 full season and next year they will be more prepared.
  8. Goodbye Sanzaar?

    Big win for the Cheetahs last night.
  9. Last week
  10. Even the Kiwis are now talking

    Listen to the podcast https://rugbypasspodcast.podbean.com/
  11. Even the Kiwis are now talking

    That hammering has hit home for the All Blacks, ithey know that Bok culture has to change for AB rugby to continue at the highest level. http://www.rugby365.com/opinion/second-phase/81206-watch-kiwis-question-bok-selection-policy
  12. 4 Nation International Rugby

    That is so true...
  13. Gupta Wedding - For the beancounters

    The terms "qualified/unqualified audit" takes on new meaning......but either way, you still pay BIG bucks!!
  14. Gupta Wedding - For the beancounters

    So much for representative sample selection
  15. 4 Nation International Rugby

    Well at least the Boks don't get to lose this weekend...we can braai in peace...
  16. Gupta Wedding - For the beancounters

    It's beyond belief. My favourite was when one of them asked for the latest 5 invoices. I said I would give him the last 5. "No I don't want the last 5, I want the latest 5" you can't make this shit up
  17. Gupta Wedding - For the beancounters

    Yep - all the data is "live" now (and has been for a number of years). The space I am in is close to fully automated accounting systems for vanilla clients
  18. Gupta Wedding - For the beancounters

    We aren't too worried on the other side of the country for two reasons - it is a long way away and Victorians are pricks
  19. Gupta Wedding - For the beancounters

    Well the bank is in fact reconciled - it just happens to match the bank statement. KPMG sent pimply faced graduate out to do a variables outgoing audit for a large commercial building managed by the wife. The kid's first question was "what is a variable outgoing". The wife told him to fuck off back to his office and rang the partner to complain. The same partner was stood down by the corporate regulator a few months later for failing to identify a going concern issue for one of their audit clients - the client was only under water by $AUD300 million
  20. 2018 Super Rugby Draw

    They shoot horses, don't they?
  21. Gupta Wedding - For the beancounters

    That was the first set. The game took 5 hours.
  22. 4 Nation International Rugby

    Oh nooo! Fark it!
  23. James Haskell Loses the Plot with Joe Marler

    True, but back in the day that wasn't even a penalty. Consistency will remain a problem until some rich club owner takes matters to a real court instead of an judicial enquiry.
  24. Gupta Wedding - For the beancounters

    "I talk to the trees but they don't listen to me" is one of my favourite songs ;)
  25. Gupta Wedding - For the beancounters

    Where is our favourite Aussie - @Docker? This is serious.. In the last year, cases of a ghastly but mysterious flesh-eating bacterial infection have more than doubled in Victoria, Australia, raising alarm among health experts. There were 239 cases of the flesh-eating infections in the past 12 months, according to figures (PDF) released this week by health authorities. In 2016, there were only 102 reported cases, while 2015 and 2014 tallied just 58 and 47. And the rate of new infections is currently skyrocketing: in the past few months, case counts hit nine per week, according to Australia’s Nine News. The number of severe cases has also doubled. While the rises alone are enough to worry health experts, the fact that virtually nothing is known about the cause of the infection has some dismayed. “I’m at the forefront as a clinician trying to treat patients and getting more and more overwhelmed but also distressed at the fact that we are doing nothing to try and prevent people getting it in the first place,” Dr. Daniel O’Brien, of Royal Melbourne and Geelong hospitals, told Nine News. Baffling bacteria The infections are caused by Mycobacterium ulcerans, a slow-growing bacterium that causes gaping, palm-sized ulcers. Sometimes called Buruli ulcers, the lesions seem to dissolve skin and gnaw away at tissue. The bacteria are known to lurk around Victoria, but experts don’t know where it lives or how it spreads. More at the link..
  26. Gupta Wedding - For the beancounters

    That's it. Probably when he had one of those 2 1/2 hour matches.
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