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‘Some humans imagine it a really undesirable factor to have an opinion approximately whatever. combination in, don’t make an excessive amount of noise, simply feel free with what you recognize and do. I can’t do that.’ South African DJ character and Idols pass judgement on Gareth Cliff loves to shoot from the hip. no matter if on air or judging a trembling Idols contestant, he’s consistently quickly with some degree of view. In Gareth Cliff on every thing, Gareth throws warning to the wind and writes approximately all these topics that make him comfortable, unhappy or just mad.

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Transsexual? Asexual? Onanist? Are you Black, Coloured, Mulatto, African, Negro or Brown? Are you Catholic, Presbyterian, Methodist, Lutheran or Greek Orthodox? Do you have to call yourself anything? Unless you’re registering for online dating, the answer is no. In civilised, modern countries in 2011, these labels are about as relevant as your favourite colour or brand of shoe, or preference for Apple or PC. The labels themselves are only relevant to those who define themselves primarily by that label and put their character, personality and spirit after that fact.

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We know who we are now, we care about our future – and so should you. Dear Government II: the aftermath 28 October 2010 I am a little surprised by the reaction to my ‘Dear Government’ letter. Many have said they support the sentiment, a few have decried it as rubbish, and some have made the point that while they agree with the content, they cannot condone the tone. I thank you for any replies you may have sent me or have thought of sending me. To address the emotive issue of the tone of the letter, I must offer some explanation.

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