Monthly Archives: January 2010

Road To Wembley

Wayne Rooney headed home in second-  half injury-time to book Manchester  United’s place in the Carling Cup final  after they inflicted a 4-3 aggregate  victory over bitter rivals Manchester  City. City went into the second leg at Old  Trafford boasting … Continue reading

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Eish-Kom vs Jacob Maroga

 The saga of Jacob Maroga, who either resigned from or was fired as CEO of domestic electricity monopoly Eskom on 2 November 2009, has once again thrown focus on the gross and foul subject of remuneration of parastatal executives. Parliament’s … Continue reading

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Carlos Spencer To Play For The Lions – Super 14

Carlos Spencer won’t be seen in action this weekend during the Lions warm-up game against the Bulls in Polokwane, but he’s definitely going to play in this year’s Super 14 tournament. Watch out for the Lions this season. I still believe that … Continue reading

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Cannot Decrypt The Symmetric Key – Reporting Services

This is a great solution to the reporting services encryption key problem: Follow below steps: go to the directory: C:\Program Files\Microsoft SQL Server\MSSQL\Reporting Services\ReportServer\ or the equivalent program path on your computer and type rsactivate -r -c RSReportServer.config if rsactivate … Continue reading

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Classic – Owen Hargreaves

“Ohhhhhh Owen Hargreaves, You are the love of my life, Oh Owen Hargreaves I’d let you shag my wife Oh Owen Hargreaves I want curly hair too”

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The Aged Are Helped By Man City And Aresenal

As the arctic weather continues to bite, Manchester City and Arsenal lead the way in thinking about the old folk in these difficult times by offering Patrick Vieira and Sol Campbell a generous winter fuel allowance…hahahahahaha. Read more here

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