Friday, June 30, 2006

"Football is a game of glorious uncertainties"

I was just wondering how would it be if Ravi shastri and Siddhu start giving commentary for WC football.....

"Zidane is a tall man"

"That was in the corridor of uncertanity"

"Last thing they need is to concede a penalty now"

"The went like a tracer bullet"

siddhu :

For England - Money is like manure it is not good if you dont spread it

France: Experience is like a comb that life gives you when you are bald

For France against Brazil: When you are dining with the demon you gotta have a long spoon

Beckam: He is like a one legged man in a bum kicking competition

Keep it coming guys

Inis

Monday, June 26, 2006

Booyakasha Checki this

too wild.....watch the video


http://www.thejapsarecrazy.com/

Might be useful....

For those who have to deal with firewalls and other such walls.....
http://www.buzzsurf.com/surfatwork/

Thursday, June 22, 2006

Tuesday, June 20, 2006

Friday, June 16, 2006

Thursday, June 15, 2006

Tuesday, June 13, 2006

Remember the Name

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-mokcVoZfP8

TAAQ Plan B



Thermal And A Quarter have released a new album and its freely downloadable. Neat. Check it out at:

http://www.thermalandaquarter.com/planBAbout.html

(I'll bring a copy with me this wknd.)

Sunday, June 11, 2006

3 things

3 things:
  • David Beckhams free kicks are so good that everyone wants to score goals, whether you are playing with or against him.

  • Shaka Hislop is GOD.

  • Argentina v/s Ivory Coast – 90+ minutes of beautiful football.

3 Other things:
  • Ok, so whats with Miloslav Klose and the World Cup, bah! Wtf!

  • Ivory Coast is going to make some countries feel real bad.

  • Sweden amazingly has not won any of their opening matches since 1958.


Thursday, June 08, 2006

More of the Good Stuff

Love Me Or Hate Me, you cannot deny my masterpieces.

All you can say is "Aaaaaahh".

Wednesday, June 07, 2006

It's that time of the year again...

It's been a year since the last one and as you all know, the last one didn't go that well. But you all are even more aware that I'm a glutton for punishment. So today at noon, I'm beginning the 1800 km drive to Colorado for this year's experiment in self torture: Ride the Rockies 2006.

Last year, I trained poorly and yet completed all but 13 miles of the course. This year, I have trained even less and there are three stages of 80+ miles. I am going to die on the mountain. Please send flowers to my funeral. I prefer white lilies.

Unfortunately for my new bride, she didn't know what she was getting into when she said, "That sounds like fun! I'll do it this year with you." So we bought her a bike and she trained as little as I did. I guess the young only learn by experience.

This year's tour features Clueless Wife, The Old Man, Old Man Winter and yours truly. Clueless Wife is starting to feel jittery about the tour. The Old Man is scoffing at the route because he has trained twice as much as the training schedule calls for. Old Man Winter is grumpy about having to do the tour. I started having minor heart attacks after seeing the elevation profiles. We will be covering 419 miles in 6 days, most of which I intend to be on my back in an ambulance or on a stretcher. Check out the tour route and elevation profiles at

http://www.ridetherockies.com/default.asp?page=route

Wish me luck. I'm going to need a lot of it. This is going to be as hard as Self sticking to a new diet.