Bo natuurlik 3 pla-geeste

Ek het tyden ‘n skool vakansie my eerste pla-gees gesien en dit nogal in ‘n woonstelblok in Durban. Dit het die ou rooinek bestuurder gek gehad deur goed rond te skuif of weg te steek.

As hy wou breekware aanvul in die toegeruste woonstelle is daarf niks ni die stoor nie maar sodra hy afstorm om die diefstal aan die polisie te rapporteer is dit alles op sy lessenaar opgestel. Honde het in woonstelle geblaf maar asa hy in gaan om die mense te konfronteer was daar geen troeteldier van ‘n uur oud nie.

Ek het die ding wat daarvoor verant woordelik is gesien maar dit is nie so mak lik om gte beskryf nie dit lyk soos ‘n klein donderwolkie en dit beweeg soos vetgesmeerde blits kan met gemak ‘n dubbelbed matras en al vinne twee minute van die eerste vloer stoorkamer tot voor die vierde vloer se hyserdeur dra. Die ding se grotste plesier was blykbaar om die oubaas tot twee sekondes van ‘n beroete te dryf en dan vir twee dae te verdwyn.

Wat hulle is weet ek nie. Hule veroorsaak skade ongerief en ongemak maar om hulle as boos te beskryf is bietjie erg

Ek het ook later goed om hul eie sie bewees sonder hiierdie pla geeste su hulp maar toe was ‘n dertien jarige meisie die oorsaak wat elke keer as sy haar gewip het het goed op hul eie begin beweeg en breek. Ek dink dit is onbewustelike telekinese. Dit verwynvanself na so drie vier maande.

Luister graag na ander menings opf ervarings

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Bo natuurlik 2

So beland ek in my eerste skool. ‘n Piepklein dubbelmedium skool op die myndorpie Ulco Sub A en B was in 2 losstaande opslaan klasse. Die speelgrond was rondom en op die aanliggende klub rugbyveld en dis daar wat ek die eerste opname gees gesien het ‘n oom wat Elke Vrydag pouse langs die veld staan en beduie en vreeslik opgewonde raak en dan skielik na sy linker bo-arm gryp voor-oor vou en in ‘n hopie inmekaarsak. Die oom het glad nie rageer as jy met hom praat nie en jy kom deur hom loop sonder dat hy dit agterkom, ‘n Paar versigtige vrae het my laat agterkom dat dit oom Piet Hugo moet wees wat lang die veld dood is die dag wat sy seun die wen drie gedruk het gedurende ‘n vakansie vrydag se wedstryd.

Ek glo as mens half elf op ‘n Vrydag gaan kyk jy hom nou nog sal kan sien.

Ek dink nie dit is die oom nie maar een of ander soort opname wat oor en oor speel vir die wat kan SIEN

Enige idees?

Bo- natuurlik

Ek het my weer die naweek in ‘n spook vasgeloop en net daar besluit ek wil skryf oor die goed.

Ek glo nie ek is met die helm gebore nie want ek was ‘n keisersnee baba maar ek het die vermoë om geeste {of spoke} te sien

Ek het dit hier in standerd vier agtergekom. Daar het partykeer ‘n maatjie by my in die tuin kom speel wat tog te lekker kon dorpe bou en Corgi’s in hulle rondstoot saam met my maar hy het nie ‘n skaduwee gemaak nie en partykeer kon mens die gras en bome deur hom sien. dis toe ek een aand tande tel en storie hoor van ‘n spook wat nie skaduwee maak nie en semi deursigtig is wat ek begryp het wat my maatjie is. Hy wou ook nooit huis toe kom of koeldrank en koekies hê nie en het nooit kom speel as daar ander kinders was nie.

Ek dink hy is die hoof rede hoekom ek nooit vir die goed bang geword het nie.

Kan enige van julle saamgesels

 

Waarskuwing

Die telefoniese diewe is weer aktief.

Ek het vanoggend ‘n oproep gehad van vroumens wat beweer sy wil my bankbesonderhede hê om my dividente van Vodacom in te betaal.

Ek het haar na ‘n plek gestuur wat BAIE warmer as Upington is.

Vodacom het bevestig dat hulle NOOIT so iets sal doen nie

 

MAALVLEIS BROODJIE

by Erika Moolman

Bestanddele
500g maer vleis maalvleis      40g / 75ml koekmeel
50ml melk                                  5 ml sout
2,5 ml braai speserye               2,5 ml paprika
5ml gemengde droë kruie       5ml bakpoeier

2 eiers                                        10ml tamatiesous
10ml sagte (MILD)  of warm (HOT) chutney
125ml fyngekapte ui              10ml fyngekapte pietersielie

Metode
Voorverhit oond tot 180C en plaas oondrak in middelste posisie van die oond. Smeer een Hulett Foil Loafpan deeglik met botter, of spuit met SPRAY AND COOK. Plaas al die bestanddele in ‘n groot mengbak en roer goed tot eweredig gekombineer. Plaas die mengsel in die gesmeerde broodblik en bak vir 40 minute by 180C tot bruin.

As jy die mengsel in jou broodpannetjie gesit het, sit rou stukkies spek oor, maak sous van houertjie tomato paste, bietjie soya sous of balsamic vinegar sal ook werk, en bietjie bruinsuiker. Smeer lekker dik oor spek en bak gewoonweg soos resep se:

PERSONAL INVESTING When is a debit order the better option? BEKITHEMBA MAFULELA – 31 MARCH 2017

When you think about starting a new investment there are two ways to approach it: either you invest in one go with a lump sum or you do recurring investments with a debit order. Although both are equally valid choices many investors think that they need to save up for a lump sum, when a debit order will do. Bekithemba Mafulela explains why a debit order may be a good solution in situations where you do not have enough to start with a lump sum payment. Against the backdrop of South Africa’s poor savings rate, it is critical that we create an investing culture, but many would-be investors fall at the first hurdle – the minimum contribution amount. Our lump sum minimum of R20 000 may be out of reach for many South Africans, but in many cases a debit order works equally well – especially when you are trying to build a savings habit. The return you spurn Many investors (first-time and experienced alike) fall into the trap of thinking that they need to save in order to invest. Putting aside R500 or more a month to get to the lump sum amount of R20 000 may seem like the way to do it, but evidence suggests otherwise. Consider two investors who are only able to invest R500 a month. One investor (A) chooses to save R500 in a bank account for 40 months to get to the lump sum minimum of R20 000. The other (B) invests R500 a month in the Allan Gray Balanced Fund with a debit order. Who would do better? If we assume that these investors both started from 1 December 2013 (40 months ago) and their investment period ended on 31 March 2017, Investor A will have accumulated R22 040.88 and Investor B R24 039.41. Although a bank account offers a smoother, more predictable incline, the returns from the Balanced Fund outstrip it as time progresses (see Graph 1). There isn’t a guarantee that the Balanced Fund will do better, but in every rolling period since 2008 and 88.3% of the 40-month rolling periods since the Fund’s inception in 1999 you would have been better off investing with a debit order than saving to invest with a lump sum. But that is not the only advantage of debit orders. The timing risk A further benefit of using a debit order is that you can reduce timing risk. The biggest predictor of whether an investment will be successful is the price you pay – this applies as much to us as your investment manager as it does to you as an investor. When you buy an investment cheaply there is a higher chance that you will get returns if the investment appreciates. A lump sum payment gets you only that day’s price. But timing the market perfectly is very difficult to do and waiting for the right moment to invest can mean you miss out on the compounding benefits of being in the market: each month you put off investing waiting for the perfect moment is a lost opportunity (see ‘The cost of waiting to save’). A debit order solves this problem by allowing you to get the average price of all the months you invest, which is called rand-cost averaging. Put in another way, when you buy with a lump sum you get the price of the day, which may be high and means you get fewer units. When you use a debit order you sometimes pay a high price when the fund is doing well, and you get fewer units, and sometimes you pay a low price, and you get more units. Over time you pay the average price. If we reframe our example we see that the price Investor A gets on 1 April 2017, after they accumulated enough for a lump sum investment, is R203.05 per unit compared to Investor B who paid the lower average price of R184.27. Building a habit and taking emotion out of it The softer side-benefit of using a debit order is that it takes the emotion out of your decision-making. Every month the money goes off without involving you at all. The motivational legwork of committing to an investment plan happens once at the beginning and then the system handles itself. Of course you need to maintain your debit order – but the habit of investing builds up automatically and over time your budget adjusts. If you need to make changes in your investment, such as when you receive a bonus, you can also make a once-off additional contribution or change your debit order. The most important thing to remember is that the best time to start your investment is now. Trying to accumulate a lump sum may mean that you miss out on returns in the long term.