Tuesday, November 01, 2005

So then...

What do you think of the new top banner then?

I've registered nfield.co.uk for this blog. Partly cuz it sounds like ANFIELD and also cuz then my email can be thisis@nfield which actually looks like thisisanfield.

Please update your links, make sure they're pointing to www.nfield.co.uk. The old URL is still functional though.

Anywayz, I'm gonna be posting on and off for the next week or so as I'm on holiday from today, flying to Karachi hopefully this evening.

Laterz fellas, be good, and Eid Mubarak to y'all.

xxx Dan


If you don't know what a 'minge' is, here's the dictionary entry for it.

Joke of the Day

Into a Belfast pub comes Paddy Murphy, looking like he'd just been run over by a train. His arm is in a sling, his nose is broken, his face is cut and bruised and he's walking with a limp.

"What happened to you?" asks Sean the bartender.

"Jamie O'Conner and me had a fight," says Paddy.

"That little stinker, O'Conner," says Sean, "He couldn't do that to you, he must have had something in his hand."

"That he did," says Paddy, "a shovel is what he had, and a terrible lickin' he gave me with it."

"Well," says Sean, "you should have defended yourself, didn't you have something in your hand?"

"That I did," said Paddy. "Mrs. O'Conner's breast, and a thing of beauty it was, but useless in a fight."

This.is.Anfield's Halloween Special

If you take your camera to a cemetary on Halloween, what do you expect?!

Never drink and

White Noise is a spooky thriller about messages from the dead.
Send your mates a personalised trailer, and let the horror begin

CCTV - Spooky things happen when only the cameras are watching

BOO - Halloween, a time to share the fear

The Lynx Effect - At first she was afraid, she was petrified...

And finally, we bring you
FRIGHT CLUB - The first rule of Fright Club: kill the demons. The second rule? Kill them some more!

Rock, Paper, Saddam

Its a dangerous game I tell thee!

Camel Toads?

A letter from a concerned and uninformed reader


This is quality! How could you get away with it without being sued at some point?

Monday, October 31, 2005

Vaughan and Tresco return to earthquake site

The pair asked if they could make the trip aboard one of the RAF's Chinook helicopters from 27 Squadron, after Friday's moving visit to the children's wing of the Pakistan Institute of Medical Science, where many of the injured are being treated. Other players wanted to take part in yesterday's mercy mission, but with space rightly needed for more pressing things like medicine and the injured, only two seats were available.

"After seeing it for ourselves, we know there's still an enormous amount of work to be done," Vaughan said. "But it was amazing to see so many kids smiling as we delivered the aid." Vaughan and Trescothick return to earthquake site - By Derek Pringle in Islamabad

The idea first came to the players after seeing helicopters flying over the Pindi stadium en route to the stricken area 70 miles to the north of Islamabad. But if that pricked the curiosity, it was the hospital visit - and the fact that thousands more children and adults still await treatment on bleak mountainsides - that put everything into perspective and changed this from being just another cricket tour.

Most touching is that many brides-to-be have given their dowries to those in need. In relative terms that is a far greater sacrifice than a million dollars of aid from the West, and Pakistan should be proud of them.
Vaughan leads visit to earthquake zone - By Derek Pringle in Islamabad




Sunday, October 30, 2005

How many balloons can you spot in this pic?

Blog Links of the Week

Firstly, checkout the brilliant Naked Challenge! Here's a PREVIEW

Checkout the Jackson Family Vacation in Spain Photos at my buddy A Beautiful Mind's blog

If you're missing the babes and action, visit my new link buddy
Spunk Mouth

and fellow Liverpool supporters can checkout
Wayward Wandering, the latest addition to my blogroll.

If YOU have a blog that you want mentioned here, let us know. You can also recommend other blogs or cool websites for our readers by leaving them with your name, in comments at the bottom of this post.

Best Rejected Advertising

Russian Finance Magazine, Russia

This ad, from the Russian Finance magazine was banned in Moscow. The poster company had to tear down a 100 posters overnight after receiving a letter from Igor Presnyakov, chairman of the Moscow Committee for advertising and information.

The campaign, by the Russian Finance magazine, was judged immoral by the Committee.

Magazine publisher Igor Maltsev said he did not realise what the posters were supposed to represent. "I thought the currencies were dancing on our poster, but after hearing from Mr Presnyakov I saw that, yes, maybe, this is a love scene."

Marithe & Francois Girbaud, Italy

This image offends the religious sensibilities of all citizens. It trivializes the intense and dramatic moment during the Last Supper in which Christ anticipates his crucifixion in order to liberate humanity from their sins by appropriating religious symbols - such as loaves and fish - for commercial purposes and by replacing the apostles with female fashion models.

Advertiser’s Statement:
The advertisers´ primary defense was that modern society has enabled women to achieve sexual equality with men only by sacrificing their femininity. This advertisement´s interpretation of Leonardo´s painting does not trivialize the sacred, but rather creates a new perception of femininity by presenting men - instead of women - in a position of fragility.

The Advertising Standards Authority of Italy ruled that the image offends religious belief not only because it provokes a reaction among consumers of the sacred profaned, but also because it attempts to elevate commercial products to the same level as religious symbols. Rather than being merely satirical, the message of this advertisement blurs the boundaries between the sacred and the profane, and thus offends consumer sensibility.
Loads more print, TV, and radio ads that got banned here (click on the can)

You KNOW you've been in Dubai too long when...

All very, very true.

- You're not surprised to see a goat in the passenger seat or a camel in a pick up.
- You think everyone's first name is Al
- You need a sweater when it's 20 degrees Centigrade
- You expect everyone to own a mobile phone
- Your idea of housework is leaving a list for the maid
- You believe that speed limits are only advisory
- You expect all police to drive BMWs or Merc's
- You know whether you are within missile range of Iraq and Iran
- You believe that the definition of a nanosecond is the time interval between the time the light turns green and the time that the guy behind you begins to blow his horn
- You can't buy anything without asking for a discount
- You have more carpets than floor space
- You expect all stores to stay open till midnight
- You make left turns from the far right lane
- You expect gold for every birthday
- You send friends a map instead of your address
- You think it perfectly normal to have a picnic in the middle of a roundabout at 11pm
- You know exactly how much alcohol allowance you have left for the month
- You have a moon phase predictor on your computer
- You never say Saturday instead of Thursday or Sunday instead of Friday
- You accept that there is no point in asking why you are not allowed to do something

- When you expect queues to be 1 person deep and 40 people wide,
- When you realise that the black and white stripes in the road are not a zebra crossing, just bait to get tourists into the firing line,
- When you know what night is ladies night at every bar in town,
- When seeing guys welcome each other with a kiss no longer disgusts you,
- When you carry 12 passport size photos around with you just in case,
- When you can tell the time by listening to the local mosque,
- When you start to say "Insha'allah" when you actually mean "No fucking chance!"
- When you overtake a police car at 85mph
- When a problem with your car AC or horn is more serious to you than a problem with the brakes
- When you can smoke a shisha in public without expecting to be arrested

Liverpool 2 - 0 West Ham

Finally, a win. It was only WestHam, I know, but 3 points is all that matters right now. I reckon we need a few wins like these to get our confidence back, and get into some sort of rythm. We've shown signs of brilliance as a team at times, but we haven't been able to kill the games off by scoring goals.

Last night was a much improved performance by Morientes, lets hope he finds his golden touch back, the sooner the better. Rafa needs to stick to the 4-4-2 he played last night, with Cisse and Morientes as his preferred opening strikers, maybe bringing on Crouch later on to try a different approach.

With one competition less to worry about, lets hope there's a positive out of it and we can fare better domestically.
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