Andy-C - Profile
Just a bit of South African humor. A bunny Chow is half a loaf of bread scooped out and filled with curry.. But boy is it hot hence the song/video lol
Have you set-up a google account and put in your location , Bing as well.. Get a facebook business page and add content. A big thing I think is to get a blog and get it showing on google/ bing..Don't waste your money on facebook ads as they don't do much for you
Times are tough at the moment but just don't give up, just keep at it
HAHAHA ... I have this exact issue with my Wife's food printer , it's not printing black though lol, so can print anything but black . Cleaning the printhead with water hasn't worked well enough ,gotta get cleaning fluid
Yeah I am 1 of the lucky ones .. I have never been busier at work. A lot of shops we deal with got grants to buy items and a lot of them have bought new scale equipment.With every new purchase we have to program and install and train etc + there are my own jobs to do of repairs and servicing scales , slicers and vac packs , so is never ending for me.
Steve I know how you feel , if you can remote work it is great as you can save a small fortune as you then don't have to pay for the office + water lights etc etc. The only set back is you have to know that your workers are not lazing about doing nothing lol
bwahahahahahaha Melania needing iTunes cards ,I'm sure she can buy her own lol.
This is a poor 1 but there are some great scammers out there sadly who are always ready to steal your money. Also am sure most of us have been scammed at least once before and may not even know it
Bawahahahaha .. Took me a few huh's to eventually get it
What's even more amazing is that the 2 first (well for me in 1980 ish) electronic games made , simon says and battleships are still on sale to this day , not a bad career in games
I always wanted a Commodore 64 as that was the start of programming for the masses( I think). I was also told by my Dad that my Grandfather installed 1 of the first Computer in South Africa for Unilever just after the 2nd world war.
Computers have came a long way in the last 5 decades. Take a look at some of the models from the 70's and 80's. Do you remember any