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Discussion in 'Surveys and Polls' started by Grand Guru, 26/3/20.
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The court case all dog owners in South Africa should know about
[Who let the dogs out ]
Left: me pre-lockdown
Right: me now.
Lockdown has made me addicted to Red Wine!
As long as it involves a good South African red then there's nothing wrong with it.
At this very moment it's a Spanish Wine but my new addiction has included some fine South African Produce, i'm no connoisseur but it has surprised me that the French Red's i have tried have been my least favourite!
I use to be big in the wine hobby but that sortoff drifted away.
But during our lockdown sales of booze where banned. So a lot of wine farms are struggling. A lot have closed doors already. There's only one way to save them. Drink up!
Of course i am only forcing it down my neck to help our consumer economy, what i will put myself through for my country!
You help te consumer economy of one country and the export industry of another. Who's the essential worker now?
This has been the wierdest pandemic. First we had to stay at home to save lives and now we need to go on holiday to save the tourism industry and drink wine to save the farms.
If you follow the UK what your Government tells you to do to "HELP OUT" now as soon as cases spike they will criticise you for! In some areas of the UK the government are putting pressure on those that still work from home to return to workplaces and to get out spend and get the economy going while in other areas that did that like where i live are back on strict lockdown and they spin it that it's our fault! Dickheads!!! (pardon the French, Red wine doing it's job)! Not me personally but i can see the usual Muppet's that just look for an excuse to start rioting soon!
Also isn't it amazing that those that are the lowest paid turned out when the s**t hits the fan to be the most essential, go figure!
If you are still sitting at home ,
PlayStation 5 South African pricing revealed
Jamie McKane17 September 2020
PlayStation South Africa has revealed the South African pricing for its upcoming PlayStation 5 and PlayStation 5 Digital Edition consoles.
The consoles were announced in a live event on 16 September, alongside a number of new and exclusive games.
PlayStation 5 South Africa said the local recommended retail pricing for the two consoles is as follows:
PlayStation 5 Digital Edition – R9,999
PlayStation 5 – R11,999
Bumped into this incident on Sylvia's pass on my way home yesterday after work :
''Anaesthetist Dr Abdulhay Munshi was shot dead in Johannesburg on Wednesday. Munshi and paediatric surgeon Dr Peter Beale are accused of culpable homicide for the death of 10-year-old Zayyan Sayed shortly after an operation last year.''
The road was cordoned off and the car and body were still on the scene, with off course 100's of gawkers.
Yet another Playstation I won't be buying...