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General Discussion / Re: Homosexual Friends !!!
« on: July 26, 2010, 02:35:33 PM »
As far as I'm concerned there is nothing wrong with having homosexual friends. I have a quite a few, and I do not share their tendencies. I cannot believe how people cannot see past their own prejudices and realise that gays, much like black people under apartheid, are just as human as we are. It's the preference in sexual partners that differs. I live in Pretoria and I am of the opinion that per square foot Pretoria has more gay people than any other city I have lived in, and they are all people you could hang out with without thinking of all sorts of funny shit. My concern for those who are against homosexuals boils down to my wanting to know what it is that they fear in gay men? I mean, do these people have some sort of abject fascination with gay men and what it would feel like to be with one? Because really I cannot see the reason why and how another human being -- without any degenerative skin condition -- would be so repulsive to them.

I chill with my homosexual friends - I have  homosexual (3 gay men and 4 gay women) colleagues. Let's get over it already.

Sonrotse - Die Heuwels Fantasties

It is scary how little people know about AIDS and HIV. We ask for stats to make us feel better and prove some sort of point - here's something worth pondering. South Africa had, up until a few months ago the largest HIV + population in the world with approximately 5 million people living with HIV. Nigeria has recently taken that title - this due mainly to the number of people in Nigeria (estimated at 4 - 5 times South Africa's population). India will soon be the world leader because there 1.6 billion people in India.

HIV is a social pandemic which requires addressing through behaviour change. Uganda led the world in the 80's with it's outward stance on HIV. The government refused to deny the pandemic and just by doing that managed to have a decreasing incident rate as opposed to the increasing rates the world over.

Condoms work - it is the people using them who fail. Male circumcision is a complementary intervention in attempts to curb the spread - it decreases the risk of infection by a certain amount, but is not a cure.

General Discussion / Re: Wine Thread:Four Cousins
« on: October 09, 2009, 09:34:06 AM »
for really good wines try "The Chocolate Block" or "Kannonkop" - the 2005/2006 vintages are particularly good.

General Discussion / Re: inter-racial relationships
« on: August 04, 2009, 02:22:19 PM »
i a**ume that the people who've posted on this thread have been in inter-racial relationships. but if they haven't then it's so sad to turn relationships into poon fetishes. i am in an inter-racial relationship. my last relationship was also interracial and so were the previous ones. and to be honest i hate it when people see it as an oddity and i live in pretoria.

i think people need to grow out of their silly mindsets and not see other races as novelties to befriend and or date.

that's just me.

Sports Arena / Re: Confederations Cup Build Up
« on: June 12, 2009, 03:17:10 PM »
Got my suite tickets for all the Brasil, Italy and Spain matches - it's game time. And I never paid a single cent for any of them.

General Discussion / Re: Your Ideal Job
« on: June 01, 2009, 10:36:38 AM »
finally moving back to south america with my girlfriend and setting up a production house in punta del este with my friends - already have the producer of the city of god in on it from brasil. ideal job - i've been working towards it for a while now.

Sports Arena / Re: Paciao - Hatton
« on: May 04, 2009, 03:26:06 PM »
*BUMPS that yep track*

money mayweather>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>pacman

lets not get excited... money was better against the pretty boy but only marginally... he will really have to bring it against pac man. cos dude was straight fire... the fight coulda ended in the first round were it not for hatton being saved by the bell.

i'll even be against the grain and say pac man could whup money's a**

whoa hold on there playa

Money is a f***ing elite boxer you cant compare him against that bum a** hatton, mayweather's defense is second to none, pacman will get caught with counters all night.

now you hold it there sir - the pacman is nothing to be f***ed with. mayweather can box granted. the pacman is one of the fastest boxers when it comes to handspeed. that is something that mayweather hasn't encountered in his previous fights. yes it would be a big payday for mayweather, but even he must be weighing his odds - get paid or come out looking messed up?

Sports Arena / Re: Paciao - Hatton
« on: May 04, 2009, 07:34:17 AM »
watched the fight and hatton didn't stand a chance in hell against the pacman.

Politics / Re: Damn Obama aint playin with these pirates bitches
« on: April 15, 2009, 12:45:56 PM »
oh you know this.

Politics / Re: who are you voting for?
« on: April 15, 2009, 12:43:37 PM »
to the two previous posts. i a**ist african (predominantly) governments draft policy on safety and arms management. it's hard to explain, but we find post conflict areas and try our best to get the guns off the hands of citizens and into the hands of those who can and will handle them with responsibility. we draft intervention and training manuals for UN agencies that ensure that peace keeping interventions are sustainable and go fairly smoothly. mind you the shit almost always hits the fan. from having to be immediately evacuated to having to sit down with the f***ers from the LRA in Uganda trying to convince them that war is not the best option.

Politics / Re: Damn Obama aint playin with these pirates bitches
« on: April 15, 2009, 12:02:53 PM »
Hey Deac - how you keeping? I am alive and well. Been in my South American bunker plotting and planning. Back in the lovely SA and trying to stay out of trouble. Haha.

Politics / Re: who are you voting for?
« on: April 15, 2009, 12:01:16 PM »
ANC to the death !!! Dudes inherited quite a f***ed up country which catered for whites only through the sweat of mainly black people might i remind you. Instead of focusing all their efforts,finance, etc, on 2 million white people, they gotta do it for 47 million people. That aint child'ds play. Yeah there's been corruption yadayada. What government doesn't have corruption ? Please do tell. They will always be greedy individuals in every part of life.The Nationalist Government was the most corrupt of all. Ya'll think Azapo doesn't have Corrupt officials ? It's not about that. It's about policies. And Progress. And god knows there's been progress in this country.Ya'll on the Internet now,with fly jobs,cars and shit.Who u think made that possible.U think peeps in Sudan have this kind of shit ? It might be progress for some, but it's still progress.

Zuma is gonna suprise a lot of people as president. Clearly most of ya'll just know what u read in the papers. Have u ever listened to a radio talk show where they were interviewing the man ? I've listened to countless and every he impresses me and comes out on top everytime, with his detractors falling flat on their faces. He's got some good ideas i think. Like having some sort of "detention school" where kids who are roaming the streets and are supposed to be in school will be taken for the rest of the afternoon by the police. I can hear most of ya'll already,but for me that's ACTION right there. Isn't that what South African's want ? ACTION ? Better Matric Results ? Less Crime ? Well desperate times call for desperate measures.I have confidence in someone who has the guts to take action.Get these kids f***en educated whether they like it or not. And yeah, bring back that coporal punishment. Zuma has always been for the people, ya'll just missed it cos of all the other bullshit.

Yikes MrC. I have to say that I know Zuma pretty well. He's been a friend of my family for a very long time. Before even becoming MEC in KZN. I have to say that as a person he is flawed as all people are, and he is a somewhat decent person. I just don't believe that what you hear on the radio are the opinions of the man. He has played the political game, but statesmanship is something that his cronies can never teach him. He faced a barrage of criticism over his somewhat inconsistent stand on wanting to clear his name. Dropping of charges was not an acquittal and the quicker he wraps his head around that the better it will be for his impending presidency. He can never make judgement calls on any of his cronies - that is worrisome. He has to ability to talk to people and not at people. Maybe that's a good thing, but the role of a president like a good CEO or MD is to get the job done regardless of how many a**es you kiss.

It cannot be dismissed solely on the fact that other countries are filled with corrupt politicians - that's a seriously flawed argument. South Africa is a country on its own and should not be compared to others. That goes the same for those who want to leave because there are better countries. The argument is not whether politicians in other parts of the world are more or less corrupt - we should be concerned with getting our house in order. I lived (and continue to live on a monthly basis) in Argentina and that country is as corrupt as they come. Dating back to the 50s the country has come to accept corruption as a way of being. That cannot be acceptable in South Africa in any way. The problem with having a president who has f***ed up and never apologised for his being implicated in illicit activities is that the rest of the population will take their cue from the first citizen when faced with issues of where to draw the line. This is by no means a personal attack on the man.

Bringing a country like Sudan into this is also a bit ill informed. I worked in the country and trust me it's one of the safest places I have been. We here of Khartoum and all that happens there. That is a region that is actually fighting for self-determination. John Garang died after having fought for decades against the government of Al Bashir. He came to the table and there was a power sharing and peace deal. The former to later be the deputy president of a united Sudan. Upon his death all things went sour because the south had felt that Garang had not represented their true wishes - to be an autonomous state.

Politics / Re: Damn Obama aint playin with these pirates bitches
« on: April 15, 2009, 11:39:30 AM »
You are being lied to about the pirates?

"One of the pirate leaders, Sugule Ali, said their motive was “to stop illegal fishing and dumping in our waters … We don’t consider ourselves sea bandits. We consider sea bandits [to be] those who illegally fish and dump in our seas and dump waste in our seas and carry weapons in our seas.”

look homie that's an international shipping lane and if they were trespa**ing in somali territory why hasn't the somali government protested them being there now stop making these cats out to be Folk Heroes. These cats are thieves and murderers who kill thier own peoplle as easliy as drinking water. If they were really out to "Help" thier country they would have banded together to try and restore order. But these guys are just out for money. Period.

Somalia had not had a government in close to 17 years now until 3 months ago when a "government" of sorts was elected into power. So there was nobody to enforce their territorial integrity. Somilia has been run by warlords for ages. There are still going to be power disputes from the warlords who cannot have anyone govern their illicit activities. It suits many companies that Somalia does not have any control over the Gulf of Aden. Imagine the taxes a coherent Somali government can charge on cargo pa**ing within their territorial waters. Yes the pirates are thieving bastards.

General Discussion / Re: Weekend
« on: July 18, 2008, 02:08:08 PM »
getting bombed today and tomorrow and then heading to spain on sunday morning nice and hungover.

it should be a good weekend i think.

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