Month: January 2015

A gloomy day in Rabi Al-Awwal

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January 14, 2015 will go down in history as the day the West, especially the French, signed their own death sentence. And they did it in style too. They did it by first organizing a 4 million people march the weekend before – probably the biggest in French history, – attended by such tyrants like Benjamin Netanyahu who had just brutally massacred over 2300 people in cold blood in Palestine, and Angela Merkel in whose country denying the Jewish Holocaust is punishable by up to five years in prison.

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What the Hell !

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Hellfire is indeed something no one wants to experience even in a nightmare. No one can be completely fearless of it unless he safely crosses over it.

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Where are all the BMWs and Mercs gone ?

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Something strange has happened over the past few years in Laudium. There are very few BMWs and Mercs left on the road. All the exclusive shops and boutiques have closed down and we mostly see R699- cars (or used to), Toyotas and Tuk Tuks around. Wimpy has been replaced by a dozen foreign restaurants and our Masjids remind us of India and Pakistan. Down shops look like the allies of Bangladesh and our children are finally learning Gujerati and Urdo again!

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Water makes your run

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When you want to pass water, you run to the bathroom, but when the water passes Laudium and goes to Erasmia, you run even faster to the fire hydrant!

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Home Sweet Home

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Nearly all travel agents have received complaints over the past few days about their patrons, including those who visited the Holy Lands, about how they abuse the hotel facilities. In the communiqué, it’s stated that patrons use the underside of the clothing iron to fry eggs, the kettle to make noodles, the hair dryer to dry their clothing (socks fit snugly on the nozzle), and the hand-lotion as shoe polish. Shower caps are also used to cover food stolen from the breakfast buffet! When complaints like these start pouring in, we all know that we are not wanted in Dubai or Durban anymore, so it’s time to head home – home sweet home!

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