What happens to money once it is transferred from my account and before it gets into your account? Where does it go and why can transfers not happen instantaneously? I would like the interest just on the money in transit around the globe.
Latin Cha Cha Open Basic into Closed Hip Twist Fan into Hockeystick Natural Top into Open Hip Twist Fan into Alemana Hand-to-Hand into 3 Cha Cha Walks Turning Basic into Sword 3 Cha Cha into Open Basic, start from beginning Other Shoulder-to-Shoulder Underarm Turn Challenge Chase Rhumba Open Basic into… Read More »Dance Moves List
Clean your monitor Maximise your CRT’s refresh rate Cleaning Your Monitor Especially if you are using a CRT monitor. Small specs of dust cling to the slightly static monitor and cause your vision to shift between focusing on the image and the dirt.This gets more nticable if your monitor is… Read More »Monitor monitor!
Fraud – deception for gain How is that we are paying higher fees more often as South Africa’s roads go from being public to being owned by some private concern whilst Government happily collects a tax on each litre of petrol for roads. If our roads now belong to anyone… Read More »Roads – Paying the Toll!
If you are having problems collecting your mail through your usual mail software, try logging on to your webmail and then deleting and unwanted mail before trying your mail software again. To logon to webmail, go to your web browser and in the address field type in www.yourdomain.co.za/webmail, the yourdomain… Read More »Troubleshooting Mail Problems
There is a curious tendency in conventional medicine to label a set of symptoms as a disease. For example, I recently spotted a poster touting a new drug for osteoporosis. It was written by a drug company and it said this: “Osteoporosis is a disease that causes weak and fragile bones.” The poster went on to say that you need a particular drug to counteract this “disease.”