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    Default Burn out...

    Apparently Cape Town is high on the list for burn out...

    Who'd have thunked it?

    https://www.cbn.co.za/featured/cape-...-in-the-world/
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    I definately wouldnt have thunked it, nor would I have thunked Edinburgh would be in the top 10 for good places
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    Lets start from the basics. Top 4 and not 3 are Nordic Countries. If they cannot get that right how much you can trust the rest.

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    It all depends on what base you stared at

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    It is all the illegal / legal drag racing there - burnouts needed.

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    Slaapstad? Never!



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    Too much celery leaves and not enough meat...staring at that half brick coming out the ground helps nothing. Toughen up....

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    Quote Originally Posted by AntonN View Post
    Too much celery leaves and not enough meat...staring at that half brick coming out the ground helps nothing. Toughen up....
    Anton, you are so insensitive man, you stress me out.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Stranger View Post
    Anton, you are so insensitive man, you stress me out.
    Sorry....

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    Need to take all these kind of articles with a pinch of salt.

    http://www.capetalk.co.za/articles/3...ackages-survey

    this article says Cape Town salaries now trump jhb

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    Quote Originally Posted by RPiet View Post
    Need to take all these kind of articles with a pinch of salt.

    ...................
    Hence my snide comment.

    When will humans be happy, no, content. There is a difference between obsession and ambition.

    We are masters of our own lives. If we choose a high pressure job, which I have, then learn to deal with the punches. Camping trip, wood fire and switching the phone off is a good start to regain some mental strength. It is bliss if a phone does not ring for 3 or 4 days, as a simple example.
    Never ever try to keep up with the Joneses.
    Be grateful for what one has and live within ones means. That is a great deal of pressure off ones back already.
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