This is hilarious, also a bit rude of his co-workers but I couldnt stop laughing.
Loeriesfontein is the most beautiful place in the world. The beautiful Karoo sunsets, the long stretched out views of valleys and great plains and the plant life that you might miss if you dont climb out and take a closer look.
(unfortunately due to WordPress’s new upload function only two images made it through the upload.)
I love this video, found it while browsing. Its about how to start a movement, very interesting how the first person looks like an idiot but at the end he is the hero that started the movement
Well not exactly, as she screams in the video that the police cant really decide what is clothing or what is not so.. Anyway, the Australian police is clearly in the wrong here like their US counterparts they seem to not have a ounce of common sense. They forcefully rip and cut the tent leaving the woman in the middle of town without clothes.
I just thought about something i think i’ll try to stick with. I’m not really one for new year’s resolutions but I’m going to try my best not to buy anything in 2012. Obviously if there are bills for hosting, petrol for the car or maybe a tire that needs to be replaced i’ll do it. This also excludes things that I need for health sake, like pills or toothbrushes. Basically I’m going to try not to buy anything at all as much as possible.
Is this even possible? My wife busy the food so that also excludes that and might make it a bit unfair for others that might want to do the same but the project is with common sense, you have to eat obviously.
The main thing is not to buy gadgets, software, junk i dont need, camping gear etc. If i want something i’m going to have to make it myself.
Is this possible?