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Firepool - the security addition that every burrow needs

The Jozi Meerkats have their own problems, what with a shebeen springing up in their midst where some long lost cousins from the other side of the Indian Ocean could frequently be found handing out backhands over a pot of curry. But then their Zulu cousins have a status symbol burrow, complete with security additions at a cost equivalent to 250 million Mopani worms (served sprinkled with Durban curry). This burrow known as Nkandla has security chickens housed in a special coop. These highly trained avians ensure that any Cobra or Rinkhals sees its moer.
But the best feature of the burrow is its firepool. It's the envy of all burrow's country wide as everyone knows what a mess a fire makes. Meerkat's love to braai, and on a Sunday its common that the braai coals set alight the surrounding savanna, especially when a few tsotsi Meerkats climb in the the stockpile of Groot Marico Witblitz and bump over the Weber's in their drunken stupour. But like all good things Seffrikan, we have a video...

This highly technical video was presented by the Clan leader of the Meerkat Police as justification for the large expenditure of Mopani worms. The leader of all the bureaucrat clans, Meerkat Msholozi was well pleased and confirmed this with his trademark, he he he cough cough...

Ron - the SDWAN guy


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