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    Loving the Democrats inability to count votes. Methods 1 & 2 both failed on the night counting the Iowa caucuses and they had to resort to Chinese abacuses and coffee beans but still gave up. Whoever loses (which is most of them) is going to cry foul
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    Hope you spoilt today and have a great year ahead
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    The Poms have left out Butler and Stokes and brought in Ali so it might be a little closer than originally anticipated
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    His first year of Craven Week he played for Nam, then we didn't think he was good enough so we sent him back to SA.
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    Born in Bulls country and went to school at Monnas in Krugersdorp.
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    Paul Willemse actually grew up and went to school in Tsumeb. Played for Nam at Craven week level. But I think you're correct he was born in SA.
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    Good song. Stevie was also one time lead singer of the Easybeats ("Friday on my mind") but wound up a hopeless junkie. Other members of the Easybeats (Harry Vanda and George Young) moved on to producing AC/DC albums with George being the brother of Angus and Malcolm.
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    Suze Demarchi was a local star and had some rock and roll boyfriends over the trip. I played footy with the bass player's brother but never met Eddie or any of the others
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    The movie would have been "The Club". Not a bad show for the time. The song could have be "Up There Cazaly" which still gets a run at every AFL Grand Final. Roy Cazaly was a high leaping ruckman in the early 20th century and the crowds used to shout "up there Cazaly" as he would jump for a AFL style mark. Australian soldiers used to yell out "up there Cazaly" as they would jump out of their trenches in WWII which solidified the legend around Cazaly
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    Ja I remember the Whenwes. I guess we have the same issues, when we were Suidwes.
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    Not quite correct. Although the UK did receive money through the Marshall Plan, they also only only finished paying off their war debt to the US in 2006
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    And they have been funding almost everything and everybody all over the world ever since. That is Trump’s big issue and one that is a big factor in this current issue of impeachment. Burden sharing. The USA is forever criticised and rubbished by everybody but they are the main funding source for all the international organisations. NATO had the USA as the single largest contributor for ages, and that was not only because of their large economy. They were proportionally the largest contributor as well. When Trump started bitching about the contributions of member countries (long before he even announced his running for President) none of the member countries, bar five IIRC, even contributed the agreed minimum. It was only when he threatened to withdraw that they stepped up. He bitched about the Paris agreement because it is an unfair and bullshit agreement. The biggest contributor once again? The USA. What’s more, it is an agreement with large monetary contributions with no punitive measures for not sticking by the agreement and the main culprits are the very same countries who are exempted from sticking to the rules. There are also no punitive measures for not paying the contributions. He bitched about NAFTA. Why? Because it was lopsided against the USA. They put together the USMCA which was equally benefiting to all three countries and which has now at last been signed. Why only now? Because the Dems were playing political games and kept themselves busy with fucking Trump instead of looking after the American people. He bitches about US-China trade. Why? Because, once again, it was lopsided against the USA. All of his issues are because of unfair shit. All he wants is for everybody to be treated fairly.
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    Trump does talk (tweet) a lot of shit but his actions to date (apart from the grabbing the odd pussy) have been pretty much the right calls. The Democrats are responsible for getting him elected by putting up Thunder Thighs as the alternative President. You can't blame the deplorables for going for the least worst option
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    It's a good thing Mata. Politics and religion should never be discussed between friends. All the grumpy old guys on here will still remember the 2 rules laid down in stone in 'MENS' bars back in the day. No Politics or Religion
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    The clue is in the name - United States. It only exists because of the rules around the electoral college system and equal senate representation for all states. The smaller states refused to join the union until their interests were protected by a voting system that prevented them getting steamrolled by the larger states. As such the popular vote has always been irrelevant and for Hilary and her ilk to run that argument is poor form indeed (to be expected by a born to rule type like her). The deplorables will be waiting at the ballot box again in November for her or her proxy.
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    Because the democrats are battling to find a decent candidate does not elevate Trump in any way Vlag. An isolationist American president is not good for the world. America does not live in a vacuum. They affect everything in the world and we in SA particularly are feeling his jumping up and down and nosiy presidency. You may not feel it in the UK. I liken the Democrat breakdown after the Hilary loss (who by the way won the popular vote) to the shit we have with the DA breakdown. That leaves the people in power very dangerous in their power and that certainly applies to Trump.
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    An excellent piece - "The IMF is warning that “global economies” will contract by $455 billion next year due to the ongoing trade conflict between the U.S., China, the EU and to a lesser extent, Japan. President Trump will cost the “Global Economy” $455 billion…. because that money will be transferring back to the America First economy. That’s what happens as MAGAnomics reverses the IMF trade (wealth distribution) model. China and the EU have devalued their currency in an effort to block the impacts from President Trump and the ‘America First’ trade policy. Because those currencies are pegged against the dollar, the resulting effect is a rising dollar value. In essence, the globalist IMF is now blaming President Trump for having a strong economy that forces international competition to devalue their currency. In the bigger picture is why President Trump is the most transformative economic President in the last 75 years. The post-WWII Marshall Plan was set up to allow Europe and Asia to place tariffs on exported American industrial products. Those tariffs were used by the EU and Japan to rebuild their infrastructure after a devastating war. However, there was never a built in mechanism to end the tariffs…. until President Trump came along and said: “it’s over”! After about 20 years (+/-), say 1970 to be fair, the EU and Japan received enough money to rebuild. But instead of ending the one-way payment system, Asia and the EU sought to keep going and build their economies larger than the U.S. Additionally, the U.S. was carrying the cost of protecting the EU (via NATO) and Japan with our military. The EU and Japan didn’t need to spend a dime on defense because the U.S. essentially took over that role. But that military role, just like the tariffs, never ended. Again, until Trump. The U.S. economy was the host for around 50 years of parasitic wealth exfiltration, or as most would say “distribution”. The term *exfiltration* better highlights that American citizens paid higher prices for stuff, and paid higher taxes within the overall economic scheme, than was needed. President Trump is the first and only president who said: “enough”, and prior politicians who didn’t stop the process were “stupid” etc. etc. Obviously, he is 100% correct. For the past 30 years the U.S. was a sucker to keep letting the process remain in place while we lost our manufacturing base to overseas incentives. The investment process from Wall Street (removal of Glass-Stegal) only made the process much more severe and faster. Wall Street was now investing in companies whose best bet (higher profit return) was to pour money overseas. This process created the “Rust Belt”, and damn near destroyed the aggregate manufacturing industry. Unfortunately, putting ‘America First’ is now also against the interests of the multinationals on Wall Street; so President Trump has to fight adverse economic opponents on multiple fronts…. and their purchased mercenary army we know as DC politicians. No-one, ever, could take on all these interests. Think about it… The EU, Asia, World Bank, International Monetary Fund, China, Russia, U.S. Chamber of Commerce, Iran, U.S. Congress, Democrats, U.S. Senate, Wall Street, the Big Club, Lobbyists, Hollywood, Corporate Media (foreign and domestic), and the ankle-biters in Never Trump…. All of these financial interests are aligned against Main Street USA and against President Trump. Name one individual who could take them on simultaneously and still be winning so much for America."
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    Might be time for Faf to pack it in. Not contributing with the bat and seems to be losing the plot with the captaincy. Should have opened with KG last Test and spreading the field for numbers 10 & 11 for an extended period was madness. Not helped by injury (Markram), half fit players (Vern), dumb suspensions and any number of Kolpaks who would be better than most of the current bunch but still time to let Quinny or Markram have a crack
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    My question is this: How the fuck did the ancient Greeks know that the ANC was on its way?
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    Driver gets pulled over by a cop, "What's your name sir?" "PPPPPPPPPeter" "Sorry sir do you have a stutter?" "No but my father did and the clerk at Home Affairs was a doos."
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    I'm not sure the Russians would have given their best effort in building a Nuke in faraway SA. Cutting corners to economically benefit some poluticians comes to mind.
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    For his batting. The Poms can't get him out
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    To be fair we have come a long way since Soviet era reactors but we are still dealing with planning stupidity like building reactors impervious to every natural phenomena except flooding from the nearby ocean in a known tsunami zone (FFS tsunami is a Japanese word).
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    but not necessarily from Russia...........
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    I always have an eye on this place.
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    I have other views on green technology. The cheapest electricity generator is probably nuclear.
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    Give that man a Bell’s Double Michelin-starred chef Sat Bains REFUSES to serve vegan food at his £120-a-head restaurant because it is 'a rip-off'
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    Hahahaha. How true is this?: Socialism = Rape Capitalism = Consensual sex.
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    They were really chuffed we travelled to support them, the coach was extremely grateful. Being a touring team they do not have any support.
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    I always thought an Americano would be thick and fat
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    Sorry Docker it only works in Afrikaans: Werkgewer: "Het jy tik op skool gehad?" Aansoeker: "Nee jong! Daaietyd was dit net dagga, drank en doos"
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    Oh yeah. We hate everybody but the Poms are first and daylight second. Kiwis are a solid third
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    There is a medical distinction between “Guts” and “Balls”. We've heard colleagues referring to people with “Guts”, or with “Balls”. Do they, however, know the difference between them? Here’s the official distinction; straight from the British Medical Journal: Volume 323; page 295.   GUTS - Is arriving home late, after a night out with the lads, being met by your wife with a broom, and having the “Guts” to ask: “Are you still cleaning, or are you flying somewhere?”   BALLS - Is coming home late after a night out with the lads, smelling of perfume and beer, lipstick on your collar, slapping your wife on the ass and having the “Balls” to say: 'You're next, Chubby.'   I trust this clears up any confusion. Medically speaking, there is no difference in outcome; both are fatal. 
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    My sister was born on the 20th. The bloke she married (poor long suffering fool) was born on the 20th. Both of my nieces were born on the 20th. Just need to remember which month they were born.
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    Talk about frustration! "Sorry, your password has been in use for 30 days and has expired - you must register a new one." 'roses' "Sorry, too few characters." 'pretty roses' "Sorry, you must use at least one numerical character." '1 pretty rose' "Sorry, you cannot use blank spaces." '1prettyrose' "Sorry, you must use at least 10 different characters." '1fuckingprettyrose' "Sorry, you must use at least one upper case character." '1FUCKINGprettyrose' "Sorry, you cannot use more than one upper case character consecutively." '1FuckingPrettyRose' "Sorry, you must use no fewer than 20 total characters." '1FuckingPrettyRoseShovedUpYourAssIfYouDon'tGiveMeAccessRightFuckingNow' "Sorry, that password is already in use."
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    Sorry. I forgot to add the last sentence. ".......the end. "
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    UNITED NATIONS SURVEY: Last month a world-wide survey was conducted by the UN. The only question asked was: "Could you please give your honest opinion about solutions to the food shortage in the rest of the world?" The survey was a massive failure for the following reasons: 1. In Eastern Europe they didn't know what "honest" meant. 2. In Western Europe they didn't know what "shortage" meant. 3. In Africa they didn't know what "food" meant. 4. In China they didn't know what "opinion" meant. 5. In the Middle East they didn't know what "solution" meant. 6. In South America they didn't know what "please" meant. 7. In the USA they didn't know what "the rest of the world" meant. 8. In the UK they hung up as soon as they heard the Indian accent.
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    At any given time, the urge to sing 'The Lion Sleeps Tonight' is just a whim away. A whim away, A whim away, A whim away.
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    A man went to Liverpool City Centre having seen an advert for a Gynaecologist's Assistant. Naturally interested, he went in and asked the clerk for details. The clerk pulled up the file and read; "The job entails getting the ladies ready for the gynaecologist. " "You have to help the women out of their underwear, lay them down and carefully wash their private regions, then apply shaving foam and gently shave off their pubic hair, then rub in soothing oils so they're ready for the gynaecologist's examination." "The annual salary is £130,000, and if you're interested you'll have to go to Glasgow." " My God, is that where the job is?" asked the man. She answered: "No Sir, that's where the end of the queue is."
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