Friday, February 29, 2008
wouldn't it be interesting to see what happens IF the Opposition actually won the general election?
isn't anybody just a teeny bit curious of what would happen if PAS or DAP won ?
i can't vote yet so you know *shrugs*
*jump* *jump* *jump* *jump* *jump*
*jumping while listening to Jump Jump by Kriss Kross*
okay that was lame.
yeah i watched jumper the other day
explains all the jumping hehe
i wonder if this post will get me into trouble
surely not right?
what are they gonna get me for? blasphemy? hahahaha
Tuesday, February 26, 2008
someone : eh still got one more conass lah ! final some more in 6 WEEKS only you know!
me : fuck.
anyway conass was okay
but as i dislike talking about exams after doing exams
i shall refrain from talking about the difficulty of said exam and the amount of time i spent staring into space/twiddling my thumbs/whistling "pagi yang gelap"/realizing i shouldnt whistle during exam/ because i didnt know the answers to the questions.
no mentioning of that today.
anyway nice weekend right ?
in football related matters anyway
spurs winning carling cup! good on you spurs
padan muka to mr ididntevenplaykononnyaquadraplewinning joe cole. hmph
arsenal drawing at Birmingham!
but kesian this fella
NASTY injury wei.
heard he wont be playing in Euro 2008.
pity.. all that hard work knocking out England down the drain
Steve Mclaren must be happy. bastard.
and to top it off
best team in the world 5 worst team right now 1
ronaldo/rooney banging in the goals
all is good.
all is good.
oh i STILL belum tgk lost lagi.
yeah i know.
i should've died by now. hahaha
Friday, February 22, 2008
i got it on monday from Xian Zhiong
if you dont know i have been playing this series from '97 so naturally im an addict. haha
and so far have logged erm *checks*12 hours on it already!
do you know how much i could've studied with those 12 hours?
well i dont cuz i didnt FREAKING do it did i?
wow , say that quickly 5 times!
doesnt help that i'm blogging now anyway hahaha
ah i can spend 10 mins pouring my soul out to cyberspace hahaha
eh but i HAVE been studying a lot harder than last sem lah
that one for sure already
so all is not lost
wish me luck
p.s. Tevez rules!
even though he looks like a human-cum-vampire as a result of him being attacked by a vampire.
you have a freaky neck Senor Tevez. but you rock all the same.
Tuesday, February 19, 2008
yeah he played
but it was such a bloody fun one
that i didnt mind at all that i didnt even touch a single page of studies!
yes i'll regret this later yadayadayada
the match EVERYONE was drooling to see
except liverpool supporters because they were knocked out already
after the derby defeat i didnt know if wanted to watch or not
but hell i wouldnt miss any Man Utd match EVER!
Football = my life
one of the reasons i dont have a girlfriend
yeah totally outplayed outhussled outCLASSED the young snobs of arsenal
that sounded so good i'll just type it again (read it aloud this time)
totally outplayed outhussled outCLASSED the young snobs of arsenal
you know the feeling you get when you get good results ?
i dont know yet
Flip dude flip!
multiply that by 10000 then add orgasmic pleasure inside and the feeling you get when drink murni special then times THAT by 6 billion
then you would have feel what i have felt when watching that game
lawan pompey 6th round( another EPL team - how typical)
so my prediction(in one of my earlier posts) of actually playing Barnsley in the final could be true!
yeah i have a sad life.
Rooney heads the 1st goal!
part 3 : You Always Remember Your First Time
i'll write these when i have time lah heh
Wenger: So.. what's my excuse this time? Pitch maybe?
Ferguson: I wonder if me clapping in front of him will piss him off? *hmm*
Thursday, February 14, 2008
The End: Hollywood's writer strike over
Hollywood screenwriters can get back to work Wednesday after voting to end their three-month strike, bringing to a close the US entertainment industry's most damaging dispute in 20 years.
Writers Guild of America (WGA) West leader Patric Verrone said members had voted overwhelmingly to end the strike, with 92.5 percent in favor following balloting conducted Tuesday in Los Angeles and New York.
"The strike is over. Our membership has voted and writers can go back to work," Verrone said.
The vote had been seen as a formality after WGA members voiced widespread support for a new contract presented to them by union leaders at the weekend. A second vote to ratify the new three-year contract will be held on February 25.
Writers downed tools on November 5, a move that sent shockwaves through the industry, forcing the postponement or cancellation of several television shows and movies, and causing hundreds of millions of dollars in losses.
Previous contract talks between the WGA and the Alliance of Motion Picture and Television Producers (AMPTP) collapsed over the issue of payment for content broadcast free or bought over the Internet.
However a breakthrough in negotiations saw the WGA reach a tentative agreement with producers and a proposed new deal received enthusiastic backing after it was proposed to writers on Saturday.
The new deal establishes a scale of royalty payments for writers whose work is sold over the Internet or streamed for free. Previously writers received nothing for online sales.
Industry analysts say the deal is important because traditional DVD and home video rental markets will eventually be rendered obsolete as technology allowing for Internet content to be seen on television becomes more widespread.
"This was not a strike we wanted, but one we had to conduct in order to win jurisdiction and establish appropriate residuals for writing in new media and on the Internet," Verrone said.
"Rather than being shut out of the future of content creation and delivery, writers will lead the way as TV migrates to the Internet and platforms for new media are developed. Those advances now give us a foothold in the digital age."
A joint statement from the chiefs of eight major studios -- including NBC Universal, CBS, Warner Bros, and Disney -- welcomed the end of the strike.
"This is a day of relief and optimism for everyone in the entertainment industry," the statement said.
"The strike has been extraordinarily difficult for all of us, but the hardest hit of all have been the many thousands of businesses, workers and families that are economically dependent on our industry."
The writers strike has been one of the longest and most damaging in the entertainment industry's history, with losses estimated at two billion dollars, according to the Los Angeles Economic Development Corporation (LAEDC).
According to LAEDC figures, the strike cost an estimated 733 million dollars in lost film and television production spending.
But the LAEDC said an estimated 1.3 billion was lost by companies such as caterers, hoteliers and limousine rental firms that rely heavily on the entertainment industry for business.
"There have been very significant losses for companies that rely on seasonal work. They have lost 14 weeks worth of business," said Jason Squire, a lecturer at the University of Southern California's School of Cinematic Arts and editor of "The Movie Business."
"That is a dreadful and damaging impact for smaller companies."
The strike has also severely disrupted Hollywood's awards season, leading to the cancellation of the Golden Globes awards after actors vowed to boycott the event, and casting a shadow over preparations for the February 24 Oscars.
Oscars organizers expressed delight that the Oscars will now go ahead unhindered.
"I am ecstatic that the 80th Academy Awards presentation can now proceed full steam ahead with talented writers working on the show, a fantastic array of presenters and performers and most importantly, the ability for all of our honored nominees to attend without hesitation or discomfort," said Sid Ganis, president of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences.
so this means
more LOST! (yay!) more Prison Break (yay!) more Heroes(yay!)
hence more time-wasted-by-not-studying-because-watching-all-these-series!
pretty fair trade i say hahaha
and i have unfortunate news:
Football player Ronaldo's season over: report
Ronaldo ruptured a tendon in his right knee during AC Milan's 1-1 draw at home to Livorno on Wednesday and faces nine months on the sidelines, according to Gazetta dello Sport.
AC Milan confirmed the extent of Ronaldo's injury on their website, which he suffered just minutes after entering the fray as a second-half substitute and was taken to hospital.
Gazetta claimed the former three-time world player of the year's career could be over as well.
"It's an injury that could end the career of 'Il Fenomeno'," it said on its website.
"The recovery time is dramatic: from nine months to a year."
Milan coach Carlo Ancelotti refused to call time on Ronaldo's career, though.
"We're all very sorry and worried about what happened to Ronaldo, I don't want to say it's the end of his career because only time can decide whether it is or not," he said.
"From our part all we can do is stand by him and let him recover. Our players all left the stadium in a hurry to go to the hospital to check on his condition, I think that's the right way to stand by a player who's suffering."
Ronaldo was taken to hospital from where Milan's Brazilian scout Leonardo, said the striker had all but confirmed those worst fears.
"Ronaldo said it was exactly the same thing as last time," said Leonardo, referring to the time when Ronaldo ruptured the tendon in his right knee in November 1999.
Ronaldo fell awkwardly just three minutes after replacing Alberto Gilardino in the second half on Wednesday.
He was challenging for a ball in the air with Jose Vidigal, although the move resulted in a penalty to Milan which Andrea Pirlo converted to level the scores.
"I heard a horrible sound, like a bang, it was a strange sound," said Livorno goalkeeper Marco Amelia, who was close by when Ronaldo fell to the ground.
Milan vice-president Adriano Galliani said later he thought the problem was serious.
"Ronnie has a problem with the tendon in his left knee, it's not the one he has already had operated on but it's a serious problem."
The last time Ronaldo suffered the same injury he managed to make his comeback in April 2000 but lasted only seven minutes before reinjuring his knee.
It was 20 months before he made a proper comeback for the 2002 World Cup, during which he finished as top scorer as he guided Brazil to a record fifth triumph.
However Ronaldo is now 31 and his contract at Milan runs out at the end of the season.
He has also been battling an expanding waistline and fitness problems for years and it is doubtful whether or not, having won everything there is to win in football - except the Champions League - he will have the motivation to make a comeback after his 32nd birthday.
aih one of the greatest EVER players
damn kesian lah. was really rooting for him man
he'll come back for sure
come on Il Phenomeno! in the immortal words of Adam Sandler : "you can do it!"
Wednesday, February 13, 2008
Monday, February 11, 2008
then this happened
ended like this
in my humble opinion
shouldnt have started with so many foreigners
dont understand the importance of derbies
or maybe rio and brown were just plain shit on that day
oh no i can hear liverpool supporters coming
Saturday, February 9, 2008
*the field is covered in puke and vomit!!!*
IN CASE OF MONSTER ATTACK , BRING SUPER-DUPER DURABLE CAMCORDER WITH YOU , EQUIPPED WITH LIGHT AND NIGHT VISION TO MAKE A SUPER DUPER MOVIE LATER!
just watched Cloverfield the other day!
it was AWESOME!
small headache though , a lil nauseated , but still the movie rocks!
i mean , shooting a whole movie (1 hour 35 minutes) from a first person point of view??!!
J.J. Abrams = genius !
if it was more than 1.5 hours long , i think i would have been REALLY sick but thankfully im just half sick!
yeah i particularly wanted to watch the movie because it was the brain child of Mr. Lost himself hehehehe
seriously the movie isnt for the ppl who throw up when they go up the genting rides okay?
i mean a couple had to leave halfway during the movie to puke
Guy: okay okay hunny lets go okay kecian kat u nie
Girl: i told you i wanted to watch Kung Fu Dunk so i could barf from Jay Chou's acting skills rather than this! Break lah macam nie
Guy: *thinks to himself* Must be that time of the month again. Sigh.
Anyway started off really slow
Rob sleeps with Beth
ignores her for a few weeks (macho gila!)
then before he leaves to Japan
gaduh2 sikit but ultimately he loves her she loves him yadayadayada
this Godzilla reject comes and attacks NYC
and all hell breaks loose
the scene(s) where the monster first attacks was awesome
damn cool wei
then madame liberty's head comes flying towards Hud(cameraman)
oh btw u know the movie was promoting NOKIA the whole time right
NOKIA was everywhere man i tell you! hahaha
talking about the monster
damn ugly lah the monster
well cant expect a monster to be good looking right
but u know at least Godzilla looked like a very large iguana ish
but this one was like part dinosaur part alien part chihuahua part iguana
but its definitely bad ass though
very BIG monster.
now the bad part
well not bad lah but the takpuashati part lah
we STILL dont know where/what/how the monster came about
Hud was like saying government experiment / alien
they didnt really tell us u know sheesh
and the ending was really ... bleh
Rob: I love u Beth! *sob sob*
Beth : I love you too! *sob sob*
yeah i know.
Someonebehindmeduringcinema: eh i heard they was going to be a sequel for this wey.
yes he was indian :D
hmmm dunno how they gonna make it a sequel for this
maybe thru handphone punya camera kot : S
all in all
i really enjoyed the movie
really unique viewing experience
need to get the movie's camcorder
damn cun wei the thing
can tahan jatuh bridge , jatuh bangunan , getting mauled by monster , cool wei!
must be damn expensive though. :P
eh the actress who plays Beth looks like the Disney Channel girl lah
aiyo forgot her name
the one who voices Kim Possible one
dont ask me how i know this i just do okay.
shut up.okay maybe not..
last time one of the highlights of going to cinema was watching a lot of trailers
now only got
but it was for The Dark Knight and it looks awesome (read:Heath Ledger=Joker!!)
Trivia: i watched the movie alone.
yes pity me. i dont really mind though
used to it already. haha
sigh. been doing most things alone lately.
main bola pun dengan dinding je.
such a loser.
neways Cloverfield rules!
havent watched LOST yet
and its already episode 2!
gotta sambung Histo now!
Friday, February 8, 2008
Thursday, February 7, 2008
seems like a really really long time ago..
been thinking a lot about it recently
maybe because i'm alone here
in more ways than one
well as long as you're happy
*pasang lagu MCR , tutup lampu*
Tuesday, February 5, 2008
plz ignore the colourful-ness of the last post
maybe i was high or something *ahem*
going back to college today
YEAH I KNOW!
cny tak start lagi
and im already going back to college
sigh but its a necessary thing folks
after erm 3 days of staying at home which had me doing :
- go out
- watch tv ( A LOT!)
- main game
- futsal with the gang
- go out with the gang
- watch movie with the gang
- sleep some more
- eat some more
all in 3 days! dammit man
soooo i figured to avoid screwing up this sem like i did last sem
SACRIFICE sikit lah
Sunday, February 3, 2008
went futsal with the guys today
totally thrashed khairi's cousins/friends (haha come on admit it dude!)
hence the comment by one his friends:
so he got a little humbler today.
okay enough boasting.
i wish i could get angpau this season.
my futsal has a mouth as big as fantasia barrino
my phone has "flipped" out - because its a FLIP phone see? get it get it?
damn that was lame
so basically no shoe and phone now....
so sorry to who's been trying to contact me and stuff
and sorry erm to ppl who... ajak me.. to do ... shoe related activities..???
now u know why i didnt answer and stuff hehe
have to paint some chinese dude's house! : P
oh damn u adebayor
stop scoring man