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You’ve probably heard rumours for years that a mysterious card exists that entitles you to unlimited Nando’s. So we decided to do a bit of investigation and it turns out they’re totally real, and there are pictures to prove it.

What is a Black Card? In case you didn’t know, a Black Card (or High Five card) is supposedly a magical piece of plastic that provides free Nando’s for a whole year. The restaurant is very mysterious about it,

“You’ve heard rumours about it a card that magically provides free Nando’s for a whole year. The mythical Nando’s High Five card can you be sure it really exists? Or, like unicorns and Robin Hood, is it just a legend one created by Nando’s to give fans a holy grail to yearn for?”

But does the Black Card exist? Yes. Yes it does. It’s not really that much of a secret if you care to search Instagram or Twitter and see all the people who’ve posted pictures of theirs.

What does a Nando’s Black Card entitle you to? One year’s worth of meals at Nando’s for a maximum of five people.

According to the back of the card you get a LOT of food included:

“As a valued friend of Nando’s, the person named on this card is entitled to one starter, one combo meal, one dessert and one soft drink along with up to four friends. Sorry no free alcoholic drinks.”

So how much is a Nando’s Black Card worth? For one person a starter, combo meal with two sides, pudding and a drink will normally set you back around If you decided to eat there yourself every evening seven days a week that’s worth of free Nando’s a year.

But if you decided against dining alone the maximum you could spend in a year if you took four friends for dinner seven days a week would be although even the most diehard fans would probably struggle with that.

Who has a Nando’s Black Card?

There are quite a lot of celebs rumoured to have black cards, from Jay Z, Ed Sheeran and David Beckham, JLS and Dizzee Rascal. Ed Sheeran and Example did this rap together expressing their love for the eating establishment.

How do I get one? According to Nando’s,

“All we can tell you for certain is that no one who’s requested a card, no matter how politely, has ever received one. Asking for one is simply the biggest taboo a definite no no.”
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I was amazed when I learned what I call the “Secret” to Excel. I was amazed that Microsoft hadn placed the feature as an icon on one of their toolbars. I was amazed that all of the “real” books I owned regarding Excel failed to mention the “Secret”. Finally, in an Excel reference book, I found the “Secret” to Excel somewhere on page 350. The “Secret” had been buried so deeply in the book no one would ever read, see, or use the “Secret”.

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Over the years Excel has improved its quality control features for analyzing formulas. But even today, 95% or more of all users research their spreadsheet formulas the old fashioned way. They click on a cell to see if it a formula. Then they study the formula. Then they might click on another cell to see if it a formula. And do the same thing over and over again.

Checking formulas with the mouse click method is slow, tedious, and not thorough. It a bad process. But that the way over 95% of all Excel users research their spreadsheets. But there a much better way. It is the “Secret” to using Excel.

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Because I can use pictures in this article, I need to write some steps for you. Don skim over these steps, do them. You be glad you did. (It really quite simple, it a CTRL grav.)

First, open up an Excel spreadsheet file that has formulas in it.

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We deep into holiday sale season and the next few weeks are going to be crammed with delicious deals, fantastic finds and all sorts of sensational seasonal shopping spots. Let start with one of my most favourite sales Lisa Cosmetics!

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GANZ WAREHOUSE SALE: Is officially open for the season! And stock this year is better than ever. Apart from the traditional Christmas ornaments and items, there plenty of home decor goods, too, including lamps, mirrors, ceramics and seasonal. Love the jewelry, the plush and the baby gifts of course. There are so many choices you know you be back for seconds! Lovely staff always ready to help. Cash only, but ATM on site. Sale on until Dec. 9. GANZ WAREHOUSE SALE: 610 Hanlan Rd.

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The extraordinary story of the rise and fall of the Norwich shoe industry once a way of life for thousands of men and women is being told in a new book.

This is the latest project by a group of people with a passionate love of Norwich, who have already produced wonderful books about the city yards, the market and now the pubs and breweries.

The new book by the Norwich Heritage Projects, Norwich Pubs and Breweries Past and Present, is still a local bestseller, and is packed with tales from both sides of the bar.

Now the double act behind the books, Frances and Michael Holmes, are out of the pubs and into the shoe factories. and are appealing for your help. “We need to reach out to the people and ask for their support, theirmemories, their photographs and anything they have which can help us tell the story of the Norwich boot and shoe industry,” said Frances.

Norwich Heritage Projects is a voluntary organisation which is self funding a small group of dedicated volunteers whose aim is to bring life to Norwich’s rich heritage and it is doing just that.

Each year it takes on a new project which culminates in a new book and a website and this year it is turning its attention to the world of boots and shoes.

It wasn’t that long ago that Norwich was still was one of the leading centres of shoe making in the land.

There were factories, large and small, dotted around the city turning out millions of pairs of shoes every year.

Generations of the same family followed each other into the shoe trade and in the early days many people worked from home preparing parts of the shoes before they were made up in the factories and sent all over the world.

“Made in Norwich” was a symbol of quality footwear and our city was home to some of the most highly respected manufacturers in the land.

One of the first shoemakers in the city was James Smith later to be James Southall and Co with premises on the Market Place now covered by City Hall.

He started up in business in 1792 and was a cordwainer (leather worker) and the first shoemaker in the country to offer ready made, off the peg footwear that people could afford.

Slowly but surely the business expanded and factories emerged that would transform the city into a major shoemaker.

That first business started by James became Start rite, represented by those world famous twins, and their shoes were worn by young members of the Royal Family.

The Norwich head office is the heart of the business while the shoes are made overseas.

It is regarded as the oldest children’s shoe company in England and a household name across the world.

New chairman and managing director Peter Lamble represents the eighth generation of the company’s founding family.

But for most of the shoe firms, the pack of cards came tumbling down during the 1970s when most of the factories, unable to compete with cheap imports, closed their doors, throwing thousands of people out of a trade in which they had spent their lifetime.

The last major shoemaker producing footwear in the city, Van Dal, part of the Florida Group, celebrated its 75th birthday last year with a reunion inspired by the Evening News.

The Florida Group began making shoes in Norwich 75 years ago but the company’s history stretches back to 1870.

Over 140 years ago the grandfather of its current chairman, Simon Goodman, started making shoes working as a clicker in London.

Adelman Goodman was a refugee from Belarus with an ambition to make something of himself and he moved with his family to Norwich in the 1930s.

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The holiday appears to have universal appeal.

“The opportunity to have ice cream for breakfast we couldn’t pass it up,” said Lizzy Hannan, of Lancaster, as she waited in a line that snaked through the shop.

Customers many in pajamas, a few with noticeable cases of bed head filled Carmen David’s as temperatures outside hovered just above those in the ice cream case.

The creamery’s husband and wife owners, David Hommel and Carmen Garcia Hommel, busily scooped from a case filled with 30 homemade flavors of ice cream, sherbet and sorbet.

The staff also served up specials, including doughnuts crowned with coffee ice cream and caramel sauce, and warm waffles topped with maple walnut ice cream, maple syrup and bacon.

The specials came with coffee or orange juice, appropriate accompaniments for the early hour.

Ice cream lovers of all ages were invited to stay in their sleepwear for the event, which included a pajama contest.

Judge Eric Rittenhouse explained his criteria: “Creativity, and a certain degree of difficulty, I think. Certainly somebody willing to wear their pajamas in public.”

Hannan and her friend Molly Miller, also of Lancaster, looked like early contenders. The teens turned out in footed pajamas, with their dark hair in pigtails.

Hannan, 18, wore a pink Mickey and Minnie Mouse “onesie,” while Miller, 19, sported purple Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles PJs and Ugg boots.

Both girls asked for and received their footed fashion statements for Christmas. “We grew up with them,” Lizzy said before posing for Facebook photos.

Four year old Caleb Weire and his brother Caden, 2, of Lancaster, usually eat cereal or the occasional waffle for breakfast.

Caleb, wearing a Star Wars bathrobe over his jammies, contentedly licked cookies ‘n cream in a pretzel cone. Caden dug into a doughnut topped with twin scoops of chocolate chip and coffee ice cream.

Mom Kristin Weire looked longingly at the coffee scoop. “Hopefully Mommy will get some of it.”

Pat Coller, of Lancaster, normally eats a healthy breakfast, like a handful of almonds and some cereal.

She picked the “healthiest” special: a waffle bowl filled with Grape Nuts ice cream, bananas, strawberries and blueberries. (The health benefits of the whipped cream are debatable.)

“I plan not to eat too much for the rest of the day,” said Coller, adding that she exercised before breakfast.

Tom and Kathy Richardson, of East Petersburg, looked to cancel out their own early morning indulgence with exercise.

“I went to the gym,” Kathy said. “I’m guilt free.”

“I’ll be going later,” Tom added quickly.

The Richardsons usually eat pancakes for breakfast on weekends. Their sons Quinn, 9, and Andrew, 6, talked about the novelty of early morning ice cream all week.

“I might have to get coffee ice cream,” Tom said. “I need to wake up a bit.”

But he waffled when Kathy mentioned doughnuts. “There’s doughnuts?”

Tom finally settled on the sundae topped with bacon. Kathy, who went with a efruit topped treat, confessed to a case of ice cream envy after sampling her husband’s sundae.

The event supported a good cause besides satisfying ice cream fans’ cravings: Carmen David’s donated 10 percent of the proceeds to Milagro House, which provides housing and education for homeless mothers and their children.

Cathy Roman, a Milagro House board member who lives in Manheim Township, planned to take a pint of ice cream to go. “I just can’t eat ice cream for breakfast,” she said.

Roman’s husband Mike and daughter Libby had no such problems. (The family joked that they’d also like to donate a portion of the calories to Milagro House.)

Maria Jones, of Millersville, carried her 7 month old son Robert in a sling. She planned to give the baby, dressed in pajamas, a bib and winter hat, his first taste of ice cream.
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Graceful and soft spoken, Murray is a seasoned nurse tirelessly defending the innocent. But even she gets worn down. On difficult days, she seeks a moment of refuge behind her desk and wonders: How did we get here?

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That’s about 15 times the national average.

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