Re: Whats the problem??
Yeah, but let's first rip our taste buds out with tweezers.
354 posts • joined 21 May 2008
After owning 1x iPhone I made it my purpose in life never to own an Apple product again. You'll pay top dollar for the the car and 3 years down the line discover that a software updates borked some crucial function. Your only resolve will be to buy a new car.
(Also, will they slow their cars down as the batteries wear out?)
I'm no behavioural scientist, but the way certain groups of people act may incline other groups to perceive them negatively, which probably leads to the abuse meted out to inanimate objects of African descent. (I'm trying to word this carefully)
Read this article and have a look at the video. This was in (over)reaction to H&M's Monkey in the Jungle blazer faux pas
I understand that many in Europe are not exactly thrilled by the arrival of North African migrants for comparable reasons.
"Wat een gedonder zeg!" ("What one thundering say")
P.S. Someone else here said Dutch is easy because the words are pronounced exactly like you write them. I wonder how they would fare with that word "feit". Pronounced like "fate" but on paper it looks more like "fi-yit". And a "file" (a trafffic jam) is pronounced "feel-ih".
Nee ou, kry julle feite reg! Daar's nie webcams in Botswana nie.
According to Netwerk24 it was " ’n veiligheidskamera van Vikus van Zyl, wat op die plaas Rietvallei tussen Hartbeesfontein en Ottosdal boer,"
(Ottosdal is that way ------>
Botswana is that way <-------)
In my iPhone days I took a picture of a plant at my local nursery. Next thing I know that phone is making daily backups to Apple of 'em crappy pics and decimating my monthly bandwidth allowance.
(Laugh all you want but I live in a backward country where we pay the mobile tsotsi's, er.., operators through the nose for a very modest amount of monthly mobile hinternet access).
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