Wednesday, October 10, 2007

You know what I hate most about college… Those blady “Slackers”… The so called friends or group mates, team mates… Always saying yeah I’m busy I’m busy I’m busy, or I got to go here or need not feeling well… What the fuck man… You think I wish to be sitting in front of the computer doing not only my work but your work to…

Another thing… when you give them something to do… and you want good grade’s to go abroad or just to do well cause the subject is easy to score an 'A', these “fuck heads” would give you a1 page report and ask you to fill in for them, or they come last minute saying “Eh, How to do ah?”… I mean are you born stupid or or thats ur nature?

Just wishing all these “fuck heads”:
"A Great Future Awaits..."

Tuesday, October 9, 2007

Wednesday, September 26, 2007

Defiant Mourinho - 'I think I'm still special'

The Portuguese, who departed Stamford Bridge by mutual agreement last week, made his now famous proclamation upon his arrival in England and believes he proved himself to be just that during his three-year stay.

The Blues enjoyed the most successful period in their history under Mourinho's stewardship, the former Porto manager leading them to their first league title in 50 years in his first season in charge before repeating the feat the following campaign.

'I took a chance in saying that I was special, but I think there are now a lot of people who would sign up to that,' Mourinho told Portuguese newspaper Maisfutebol.

'I think I'm still special. I achieved good things and it was a fantastic period in my career. I'll try to forget the bad things and remember the good ones, which are endless.'

During Mourinho's reign Chelsea were never beaten on home soil in any of their 42 home league matches and Blues' fans chanted their former manager's name during their defeat to Manchester United on Sunday.

Saturday, September 22, 2007

Simpsons vs Simpsons

Check out the link below, it shows 3 different episodes of OJ Simpsons as in Homer Simpsons.... With Lisa Bart Ned as Fred etc as Black's

Warning it might be a little lame, but will kick in some lauughs.... D'oh!

http://www.broadcaster.com/fresh/oj/index.html?bcsrtkr=a85d2&utm_campaign=Traffic&utm_source=valueclick&utm_medium=popunder

Wednesday, September 19, 2007

Destination: Goa

This year I'm planning to go down to GOA (India) and Bombay to party... So do join in this year (end of Nov 07)
Stuff to do
A must try is Goa's own Kingfisher's Beer (16/pint)
Anjuna is also the home of the most popular night club of goa: Paradiso
Goa techno music doesn’t make sense until you hear it on drugs, preferably LSD. It can be an amazing space for self-exploration in the mist of a few hundred stoned dancers but you need to take a great deal of care that everything goes okay.
And they have the best view in town and beaches..... need i say more

Stairway to heaven (Backwards/Backmasking)


video


Who the MAN!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!


Well i got to say it... Henry is the best player in the world (in game mode)....

Where ever he's in (Barca or Arsenal).... We'll kick ass Henry vs Any team or country


Thierry Daniel Henry, (born 17 August 1977 in Paris, France) is a French football player. Renowned for his pace, he plays as a striker for the France national team and FC Barcelona.
Henry was born and brought up in the tough neighbourhood of Les Ulis, Essonne, where as a youngster he played for an array of local sides and showed great promise as a goal scorer. He joined Arsenal for a fee of £10.5 million in 1999.

It was at Arsenal that Henry made his name as a top footballer. Initially, he struggled in the Premiership, but he soon emerged as Arsenal's top goal scorer in almost his every season there. Long-time mentor and coach Arsene Wenger's conversion of Henry into a prolific striker made him Arsenal's all-time leading scorer with over 200 goals. With the Gunners, Henry won two league titles and three FA Cups. He was also twice nominated for the FIFA World Player of the Year and twice received the Barclays Premiership player of the season award. Henry spent his final two seasons with Arsenal as club captain, leading them to the UEFA Champions League final in 2006. In June 2007, after eight years in an Arsenal shirt, the French striker transferred to FC Barcelona for a fee of £16.1 million.

LED Zeppelin LIVES ON

In what could be a landmark reformation, Led Zeppelin vocalist Robert Plant, guitarist Jimmy Page, and bassist John Paul Jones, the irrefutable, thunderous pioneers of hard rock, have reportedly agreed to reunite for the first time in nearly twenty years for a one-off memorial gig in honor of late Atlantic Records founder Ahmet Ertegun. But if all goes smoothly, the band, alongside deceased drummer John Bonham's son Jason skins, have reportedly exposed a full tour may lie in the imminent future.

"Page, Plant, and Jones spoke and agreed to do the memorial concert. They are waiting for a definite date," an unidentified source told Yahoo! Music. "And no one can quite believe it, but during discussions about the concert they all gave the green light to a tour if it all does well and they don't all fall out." In response, bloggers are (pun intended) dazed and confused and awaiting confirmation for what could be the hottest ticket of the century. But others question the validity of the source's claims, citing numerous reunion rumors over the years, while some question the aging rockers' ability to shred the same youthful, fiery tunes considering the substantial time lapsed since their last appearance together on stage.