Sunday, January 21, 2007

Pass it on...


My pet peeve of an organisation. Everyone sing with me(to the tune of Queen's
Princes of the Universe)

Here they are, porn could be king
But they're the bastards of the uuuuuuuuniverse

Here we belong, fighting to survive
In a country with the hiiiiiighest phone costs
(ok doesn't work, humour me...QL)

And here they are they're the assholes of our blog-o-sphere
Here they stay, making us fight for survival
They've come to be the rulers of our world

They are immortal, they have inside them tons of bling
They have no rival, no spam can be their equal
Not taking us to the future of the world...

Okay, I can't think of anymore now. But Telkom sucks.

_|_ eff_ewe Telkom
rah*

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10 Comments:

Blogger The K-man said...

Lol haha, I found myself singing along lol haha. Nice spin to it lol. We should decapitate telkom like the highlanders did. Its ridiculous really what telkom is doing and it has to stop. Telkom Suck big time.

January 21, 2007 11:50 pm  
Blogger Bilal said...

I hate Telkom!

January 22, 2007 8:04 am  
Blogger saaleha said...

hahahahah.
where is that bloody SNO?
beginning to think it was just spin to keep the masses complacent.
rise! we must take this to the streets! been a while since we've had some good toyi-toyi.

January 22, 2007 8:41 am  
Blogger Priya said...

Unite and rise against telkom! i hope it had some effect. oh, and no one wants to hear me singing, for the sake of your ear drums.
*chuckle*

January 22, 2007 11:48 am  
Blogger Fatima said...

Just hearing that name makes me want to break something.

Morons.

Idiots.

(Swears in gujerati, english, afrikaans and sotho)

Btw, I've just received a lovely book called "My name is Red" :D
Going to start reading it when I'm done with my revisitation of Lestat and Louis.

January 22, 2007 4:08 pm  
Blogger MasterOfChi said...

Hmmm, waited a good 20minutes for them to take my call for my ADSL line installation status, and they only going to install it in over a months time!!!

pooota

January 22, 2007 4:39 pm  
Blogger bibi-aisha said...

N we cnt even boycott telkom cos we cant do without them.aargh!

January 23, 2007 2:13 pm  
Blogger M Junaid said...

i've been following the SNO from way back in 2003, documenting its strategic alliance with eskom and sentech and now revelling in its new found wealth with the Tata group- but honestly speaking- come april, and i doubt that telkom will be given a run for its money- they have already accumulated huge economies of scale, no doubt by being a government parastatal and this will make it impossible for a SNO to play catch up. Telkom has admitted that their broadband is too high, but i mean thats like George Bush saying "whoops, no WMD's, sorry, we fucked up!" its not gonna change anything. remember when cell c entered the market? we heralded it as the fall off the great oligopoly of MTN and vodacom? it didnt exactly pan out that way as Cell C just became a 'strategic partner' as opposed to being a fully fledged competitor. What we need is a big Multinational company like TelstraClear to come in

Here's an interesting figure - South Africa has 5 million fixed land lines, New Zealand has only 1.8 million - yet all their local calls are free- somethings really messed up with our business model

BTW - loved your song - my mate and i do that at times- but our changes are generally more lascivious

January 23, 2007 7:21 pm  
Anonymous cobain the activist said...

lol thank god im not in sa nemore for things lik this. if u came to stay with me u wnt have broadband problems n after 5 yrs u cn get a new passprt:P

i put the song on n sang wit it 4 the hell of it.IT WORXX roflmao

January 25, 2007 2:42 am  
Blogger mazozo said...

Lol dig the song

There is a telkom hate site if anyone interested its called hellcom.co.za they where doing a pretty loud job of hating telkom go look it up if u interested lol maybe you even pened thema theme song lol

January 29, 2007 12:58 am  

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