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I feel almost like a groom at a traditional Afrikaans wedding: “baie, baie dankie”. But at least I know any chirps will only be coming at the end of what I have to say. This weekend, Stellenbosch University hosted a … Continue reading
In my last post long ago, I said my next post would discuss why I couldn’t care about following up on this chain letter. In short, it calls me to forward the e-mail to the Christians I know if I … Continue reading
Well, the blogging curse seems to have hit me: infrequent updates. Things have been quite busy the last while, and I’ve been trying to deliver some decent updates of my thesis to my professor, with which I have been moderately … Continue reading
Hi folks. Sunday evening is the last race of the 2006 Formula 1 season, and also the last race of Michael Schumacher’s career. If you’re a F1 fan, you probably have strong feelings about Schumi – whether positive or negative. … Continue reading