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by chowzen
16 Sep 2011, 14:09
Forum: General Chat
Topic: English Spam Thread and General Rubbish
Replies: 350025
Views: 2043243

Re: English Spam Thread and General Rubbish

o my flip - hello all
:)
by chowzen
06 Apr 2011, 08:33
Forum: General Chat
Topic: the (mainly) non-Christians thread.
Replies: 1433
Views: 38453

Re: the (mainly) non-Christians thread.

Awe Kalster - fix it, keen to see what you're going to post.
by chowzen
05 Apr 2011, 15:09
Forum: General Chat
Topic: the (mainly) non-Christians thread.
Replies: 1433
Views: 38453

Re: the (mainly) non-Christians thread.

JollyJamma cool - should watch it. :) Riax Proof is in the pudding. The proof that we are always referring to is not for the man. If I need to find Jesus, I just walk into the Mexican Embassy here in PTA ( no offense, they are my clients, there really is a guy with a name like that). The proof is so...
by chowzen
05 Apr 2011, 14:22
Forum: General Chat
Topic: the (mainly) non-Christians thread.
Replies: 1433
Views: 38453

Re: the (mainly) non-Christians thread.

Riax
I understand where you are coming from - but for some-one that changed so much, there most certainly has to be proof that he existed. Come on, he changed the world right?
It is the Tea pot fallacy.
by chowzen
05 Apr 2011, 13:27
Forum: General Chat
Topic: the (mainly) non-Christians thread.
Replies: 1433
Views: 38453

Re: the (mainly) non-Christians thread.

My feelings on this: ", knows exactly how and why I feel at any time. " >Does that make sense? if there was a god, why on earth would he care what you're thinking? What makes you think that you're thoughts are so important, that a god-being would sit and listen to your thoughts? Isn't that a bit con...
by chowzen
24 Mar 2011, 10:50
Forum: General Chat
Topic: the (mainly) non-Christians thread.
Replies: 1433
Views: 38453

Re: the (mainly) non-Christians thread.

I stand corrected - thanks.. But still..why even marry - what is the point? Family...can suck it imo..I won't do things of that magnitude just for them to smile...pleh.. Is there a law that says you must get married in front of a religious leader/captain... If some one convinces me one day to do thi...
by chowzen
24 Mar 2011, 09:52
Forum: General Chat
Topic: the (mainly) non-Christians thread.
Replies: 1433
Views: 38453

Re: the (mainly) non-Christians thread.

As with Prime - I also do not see the point to marriage. Legally, I am already partnered with my girl and if she leaves me, legally she can get half of my stuff. So what exactly is the point to marriage. @kalster - I see where you are with that, and to an extent I would agree. My parents don't know ...
by chowzen
23 Mar 2011, 08:26
Forum: General Chat
Topic: the (mainly) non-Christians thread.
Replies: 1433
Views: 38453

Re: the (mainly) non-Christians thread.

Maybe there is a dark cross road on route 66.....that would make an awesome hotel venue - with the 'o' an 'e' on the sign being broken....wait..where have I seen this...
by chowzen
22 Mar 2011, 10:05
Forum: General Chat
Topic: the (mainly) non-Christians thread.
Replies: 1433
Views: 38453

Re: the (mainly) non-Christians thread.

For all that money and fame, I would happily sell my *soul - how does one contact satan again?
by chowzen
10 Mar 2011, 13:30
Forum: General Chat
Topic: the (mainly) non-Christians thread.
Replies: 1433
Views: 38453

Re: the (mainly) non-Christians thread.

Well, then there is no hope....LOL, just kidding :)
by chowzen
10 Mar 2011, 12:36
Forum: General Chat
Topic: the (mainly) non-Christians thread.
Replies: 1433
Views: 38453

Re: the (mainly) agnostic thread.

aahahahaha :lol: Damn but this thread has taken a detour... :) Tribble , you were raised Christian right, but now you're more agnostic right? How are you raising your kids BTW? Sorry if you've already mentioned that and I missed it... Yep I was and yep I am. I was even going to study as a minister....
by chowzen
10 Mar 2011, 10:00
Forum: General Chat
Topic: the (mainly) non-Christians thread.
Replies: 1433
Views: 38453

Re: the (mainly) non-Christians thread.

Hey Ho, time to bring this thread into the new year :)

I watched some of the best shows over the weekend - it was Richard Dawkings - the god delusion - BBC 4 . Man, what an interesting show - has anyone else seen it?
by chowzen
25 Feb 2011, 08:17
Forum: Miscellaneous Tech
Topic: JoB Hunting
Replies: 20
Views: 944

Re: JoB Hunting

IcePick88 is right..but another place you can try and go to is places like incredible connection, matrix warehouse and computer corporations, they hire junior guys and people without a lot of experience, these are not the (imo) the best places, but it is a starting point. Go to them, and have a chat...
by chowzen
23 Feb 2011, 15:01
Forum: Hardware
Topic: Buying a Mac (or PC) Laptop
Replies: 11
Views: 440

Re: Buying a Mac (or PC) Laptop

Imho, Apple products are priced just right if you look at the components and *cough* compare apples with apples. The build quality is primarily what you pay for. I would go for the Mac. Macbook Pro's handle CS5 with a breeze. If you want to stay on the laptop side. And on a side note, the OS wont ne...
by chowzen
21 Feb 2011, 10:59
Forum: Miscellaneous Tech
Topic: JoB Hunting
Replies: 20
Views: 944

Re: JoB Hunting

Being afrikaans is not a good excuse. I am afrikaans.
Moving along swiftly, Pnet is great.
by chowzen
18 Feb 2011, 13:46
Forum: Miscellaneous Tech
Topic: JoB Hunting
Replies: 20
Views: 944

Re: JoB Hunting

No offense, but clean up your spelling man, first impressions last...
by chowzen
18 Feb 2011, 12:09
Forum: General Chat
Topic: Word Chain
Replies: 58468
Views: 703467

Re: Word Chain

girls
by chowzen
16 Feb 2011, 15:05
Forum: General Chat
Topic: Portable Aircon in PTA?
Replies: 10
Views: 450

Re: Portable Aircon in PTA?

Uhm....did everyone forget about builders warehouse....and btw, how portable (handheld?) or movable?
by chowzen
16 Feb 2011, 13:57
Forum: General Chat
Topic: Distance learning courses: Who's good and/or cheap?
Replies: 9
Views: 469

Re: Distance learning courses: Who's good and/or cheap?

What type of management though? Office? IT? so on.... If IT - why not go to Unisa - and do the IT Project management course they offer - it is around R3800 excl books I think..... http://cs-cert.unisa.ac.za/index2.html?course_name=Applied%20Project%20Management%20In%20An%20Information%20Technology%2...
by chowzen
02 Feb 2011, 14:03
Forum: Miscellaneous Tech
Topic: The story of how Apple won my heart
Replies: 17
Views: 777

Re: The story of how Apple won my heart

What that means is that I am certified Apple Support Professional. - Apple Technician if you will. And yes, Apple has got Servers - Blades (Xserve) and the Apple Pro server(Desktop servers) and the Apple mini Server(SMB servers). And they all run the Apple OSX Server. I am not a wizard, I am a Maste...
by chowzen
02 Feb 2011, 13:11
Forum: Miscellaneous Tech
Topic: The story of how Apple won my heart
Replies: 17
Views: 777

Re: The story of how Apple won my heart

Hmm....@jamin, the thing is, we are only 60 odd registered apple tech pros in the country, and the istores dont pay well, so we are all in good enterprise businesses. So don't expect sales people to understand technical queries....
by chowzen
02 Feb 2011, 08:42
Forum: Mac OS
Topic: Microsoft Office 2011 for Mac
Replies: 49
Views: 6429

Re: Opening Docs Maximised in Office 2011 for Mac

if that does not work - try this: navigate to ~/*user*/Library/Application Support/Microsoft/Office/User Templates/***** <<here is a file named Normal.dotm You need to open it, then change the view options to what you want. Save it in the same location, as normal2.dotm(in the drop down save options,...
by chowzen
02 Feb 2011, 08:34
Forum: Mac OS
Topic: Microsoft Office 2011 for Mac
Replies: 49
Views: 6429

Re: Opening Docs Maximised in Office 2011 for Mac

And by dragging it to full width, saving the document, then quitting the App, then re-opening the App - have you tried that?
by chowzen
01 Feb 2011, 08:40
Forum: Mac OS
Topic: Microsoft Office 2011 for Mac
Replies: 49
Views: 6429

Re: Opening Docs Maximised in Office 2011 for Mac

Hmm....that is not entirely true - I did this yesterday and I too have Office 2011. - Another workaround would be to open the window and adjust it to your viewing preference, then saving the document. Quit Office program, and then re-open. Thnx... Mac Help forums - @ apple.com? They are just random ...
by chowzen
31 Jan 2011, 14:18
Forum: Mac OS
Topic: Microsoft Office 2011 for Mac
Replies: 49
Views: 6429

Re: Opening Docs Maximised in Office 2011 for Mac

Have you tried to click the green resize button on the top right hand side of the active window? This would make it full screen. If you then quite the Office program, it would save the viewing preference. When you enter an Office program again, it would automatically be resized to the previous saved...