I’ve always loved Louis Armstrong’s song – What a Wonderful World The images in this particular video just make me happy. What a wonderful world we live in! I discovered some pretty cool websites that let you take everything into … Continue reading :: What a Wonderful World!! ::
One of my favorite shows of all time was Nip/Tuck. I loved that show so much. It was probably one of the very first shows to take it to another level. In a way, Nip/Tuck softened and prepared us for … Continue reading :: “You hate me the best” ~ Nip/Tuck ::
I was going through my old Facebook Notes and I came across stuff I wrote almost 10 years ago! Crazy how time flies. I wrote this from a place of bitterness – a place of hurt… I’m glad to say … Continue reading :: Is a friend in need really a friend indeed?::
:: “In 1994 there was no change of the state, there was new management of the same anti-black state.” ~ on South African Politics – Removing Afrikaans as the medium of instruction in South African Schools should have been done … Continue reading :: On Racism, reverse racism, discrimination and BEE in South Africa ::
My two cents on the stock markets, ponzi schemes and financial services providers. The inspiration for this came after watching The Wolf of Wall Street and reading up on all the big ponzi schemers in history. Most recently, Sergei Mavrodi and his MMM scheme. How much more different is what they do from what the banks do? Only difference is the banks guarantee your capital. But the stock markets never do….
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I love James Blunt – Same Mistake. If you don’t know the song, have a listen. The lyrics are so deep, so meaningful – telling a story that I’m sure many of us can relate to. This song takes me to a … Continue reading :: Songwriting is a Dying Art ::
I love that Gotye song, Somebody That I Used To Know When it first came out I remember even changing my WhatsApp name to Somebody that you used to know. I mean, the entire song was so relevant to me. It … Continue reading After all, Facebook is one big happy family of “people we used to know”