Zuma's glory

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Faerie (May 30, 2012, 09:37:10 AM):
Still, I wonder if the SKA will have broadcasting capabilities...? >:D

Rigil

You want first contact to be with Zuma's dangly bits???? Mind you, it will probably terrify any intelligent life out there to stay the hell away from the blue planet.
BoogieMonster (May 30, 2012, 09:42:22 AM):
Well, since we're on "5 minutes to midnight" on the doomsday clock... mostly due to everyone subtly aiming nukes at each other whilst smiling politely, I think there may be a reason all we're hearing from outer space is deathly quiet.
brianvds (May 30, 2012, 10:09:33 AM):
Still, I wonder if the SKA will have broadcasting capabilities...? >:D

Rigil

You want first contact to be with Zuma's dangly bits???? Mind you, it will probably terrify any intelligent life out there to stay the hell away from the blue planet.

Well, it's better than Hitler, anyway. But the aliens will indeed stay away, fearing their spaceship might get hijacked, or their entire planet nationalized and given to untrained "emerging" farmers. :-)
Tweefo (August 25, 2013, 10:11:54 AM):
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President Jacob Zuma will receive an honorary doctorate of leadership from Limkokwing University during an official visit to Malaysia on Monday and Tuesday.
Is the Limkokwing idea of leadership not so good? He certainly knows how to get people to follow him but is he a "good" leader? I think a good leader is someone who can inspire, not just his followers, but most of the community / movement / nation, to grow or become stronger. Madiba was such a person. Zuma I think fall far short. I know it is only an honorary doctorate, but I think it is a bit of an insult.
Mefiante (August 25, 2013, 10:46:07 AM):
It’s a travesty akin to sending Malema to Stockholm to collect a Nobel Prize in Peacekeeping. We had a good chuckle about it last night when we saw the banner headline float across the news screen. Other than deliberate ignorance and the possibility that over the longer term Malaysia hopes to expand its trade interests in southern Africa, I can think of no other reasons why they would play out such an obvious absurdity. Zuma is easy to butter up but a leader he is not, despite holding the reigns of power.

'Luthon64

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