Tuesday, August 29, 2006

Babe of the Day: Natasa Bekvalac

IRAQI Insurgents reveal there most potent weapon...

Wayne Rooney's Face appears on a BURGER!

Liverpool Football Club: Wallpapers

Some of the BEST LFC wallpapers I've seen on the interweb.

58th Annual Academy Awards

Lindsay Lohan Bikini Pics

100 greatest songs of all time

OASIS’S Live Forever has lived up to its name – and been voted the greatest song of ALL TIME. The 12-year-old track has beaten classics by The Beatles, U2 and Queen in a Q magazine poll of music fans. But its writer Noel Gallagher said: “People said after Live Forever, ‘Where are you gonna go after that?’ I was like, ‘I don’t think it’s that good.’ I think I can do better.”

Oasis pulled off a double feat. Their hit Wonderwall was No2 in Q mag’s all-time Top 100. And two other Oasis songs — Don’t Look Back In Anger and Champagne Supernova — also made the list.

Nirvana’s Smells Like Teen Spirit was third in the rock-heavy poll.

The Beatles’ six entries were the most for any band.

A Q spokesman said: “Live Forever doesn’t date. It satisfies a timeless need for communal joy.”

100 greatest songs of all time (I've highlighted the ones I agree with in bold)

1 Live Forever – Oasis
2 Wonderwall – Oasis <--------WTF
3 Smells Like Teen Spirit – Nirvana
4 A Day In The Life – The Beatles
5 One – U2
6 Bohemian Rhapsody – Queen
7 Love Will Tear Us Apart – Joy Division
8 Stairway To Heaven – Led Zeppelin
9 Bitter Sweet Symphony – The Verve
10 Paranoid Android – Radiohead
11 Angels – Robbie Williams <--------WTF
12 Like A Rolling Stone – Bob Dylan
13 There Is A light That Never Goes Out – The Smiths
14 London Calling – The Clash
15 Hallelujah – Jeff Buckley
16 Billie Jean – Michael Jackson
17 With Or Without You – U2
18 God Save The Queen – Sex Pistols
19 Comfortably Numb – Pink Floyd
20 Don’t Look Back in Anger – Oasis
21 Good Vibrations – The Beach Boys
22 Sweet Child O’ Mine – Guns n’ Roses
23 Hey Jude – The Beatles
24 Kiss – Prince
25 Imagine – John Lennon
26 Wish You Were Here – Pink Floyd
27 Like A Prayer – Madonna
28 Everybody Hurts – REM
29 Hey Ya – Outkast <------WTF
30 Creep – Radiohead
31 Strawberry Fields Forever – The Beatles
32 I Wanna Be Adored – The Stone Roses
33 Karma Police – Radiohead
34 Walk This Way – Run DMC featuring Aerosmith
35 Champagne Supernova – Oasis
36 God Only Knows – The Beach Boys
37 I Bet You Look Good On The Dancefloor – Arctic Monkeys
38 Waterloo Sunset – The Kinks
39 Hurt – Johnny Cash
40 Unfinished Sympathy – Massive Attack

41 All Along The Watchtower – Jimi Hendrix Experience
42 Street Spirit (Fade Away) – Radiohead
43 Where The Streets Have No Name – U2
44 Common People – Pulp
45 Life On Mars – David Bowie
46 Anarchy In The UK – The Sex Pistols
47 Mr Brightside – The Killers
48 What’s Going On – Marvin Gaye
49 Teenage Kicks – The Undertones
50 Take Your Mama – Scissor Sisters
51 Fight For Your Right To Party - Beastie Boys
52 Yesterday - The Beatles
53 Suspicious Minds - Elvis Presley
54 Fake Plastic Trees - Radiohead
55 Can’t Get You Out Of My Head - Kylie Minogue
56 How Soon Is Now - The Smiths
57 In My Life - The Beatles
58 Losing My Religion - REM

59 Stan - Eminem <------WTF?
60 Drugs Don’t Work - The Verve
61 Wuthering Heights - Kate Bush
62 Gimme Shelter - The Rolling Stones
63 My Generation - The Who
64 Yellow - Coldplay
65 Monkey Wrench - Foo Fighters
66 I Can’t Get No Satisfacton - The Rolling Stones
67 Fools Gold - The Stone Roses
68 Heroes - David Bowie
69 Blue Monday - New Order
70 Hotel California - Eagles
71 Song 2 - Blur
72 Winner Takes It All - ABBA
73 Shine On You Crazy Diamond - Pink Floyd
74 Kashmir - Led Zepplin
75 Tomorrow Never Knows - The Beatles
76 Babylon - David Gray
77 Californication - Red Hot Chilli Peppers
78 Heart Shaped Box - Nirvana
79 Everybody’s Changing - Keane
80 A Town Called Malice - The Jam
81 The Scientist - Coldplay
82 Superstition - Stevie Wonder
83 Personal Jesus - Depeche Mode
84 7 Nation Army - The White Stripes
85 Voodoo Child - Jimi Hendrix
86 Born To Run - Bruce Springsteen
87 Golden Touch - Razorlight
88 Motor Cycle Emptiness - Manic Street Preachers
89 Sittin On The Dock Of The Bay - Otis Redding
90 There She Goes - The LA’s
91 No Woman, No Cry - Bob Marley
92 Crazy - Gnarls Barkley
93 I Am The Resurrection - The Stone Roses
94 Rocket Man - Elton John
95 Debaser - Pixies
96 Fairy Tale Of New York - The Pogues
97 Last Nite - The Strokes
98 Going Underground - The Jam
99 Killing In The Name - Rage Against The Machine
100 Paranoid - Black Sabbath

Do Women in Porn Have Rules?

Things a man should know about drinking

1) There is no such thing as a chocolate martini.

2) There is no shame in club soda and cranberry juice.

3) Visiting the pub will be cheaper in the long run if you tip the bartender regularly and more generously than is necessary.

4) Never order a frozen drink in a place that serves pickled eggs.

5) Actually, never order a frozen drink.

6) It's also not a bad idea to eschew the pickled pigs' feet, although their presence is fairly strong evidence that you've accidentally stumbled upon a real tavern.

7) For the sake of the children, leave the pistol at home.

8) Grappa is to lighter fluid as ouzo is to lighter fluid.

9) Garnish matters.

10) Despite a high ratio of female clientele, an insouciant way with fried mozzarella, and their prevalence in resort towns, establishments where a waitress pours shots into your mouth from a bottle she holsters in a bandolier are fraught with peril.

11) When throwing a party, break the seals on all liquor bottles, lest guests should hesitate to open them and come to doubt your hospitality.

12) Better yet: Hire a bartender.

13) At the holiday office party, consume one drink less than your boss.

14) Adopt a favorite cocktail on a seasonal basis.

15) That sangria means "bloodletting" is more a cautionary note than a simple fact.

16) Drinks that give you bad breath: beer, anything sweet, anything with milk.

17) Drinks that give you good breath: gin and tonic, gimlet, vodka and cranberry, anything with citrus.

18) Instead of ordering a shot of After Shock to cap off the evening, one could just walk calmly into the street, lie down, and wait.

19) Hungarian proverb: If three men tell you that your are drunk, lie down.

20) Every man should know how to make at least one drink from a foreign country, preferably one taught to him by a local female with whom he has had a complicated, unresolved, and quite possibly dangerous dalliance.

21) Citrus cocktails benefit greatly from rubbing lemon peel around the rim of the glass.

22) Jack Daniel's. Rocks.

23) Fresh orange juice. Fresh lemon juice. Fresh lime juice.

24) On those chrome, hourglass-shaped bar measuring cups, the big side is the jigger. The little side is the pony. Never use the pony.

25) If you must: single-malt Scotch in a brandy snifter with a splash of water.

26) Avoid bars that use plastic cups, bars whose bathrooms consist solely of a trough-style urinal, bars with chicken wire protecting the band, bars where Patrick Swayze is the bouncer.

27) There is rarely any genuine need to shout "Skal!" "Na Zdorovye!" "Slainte!" "Bottoms up!" or "Down the hatch!"

28) No one but the bouncer cares how tough you are, and he already knows you're not that tough.

29) Drinking is not a competitive sport.

30) Never drink in a place that calls itself an eatery.

31) There is no upside to karaoke.

32) There is an ever-so-slight upside to a wet-T-shirt contest, as long as you're not in it.

33) It is not necessary to request premium liquor for a mixed drink in which you cannot taste it, such as a gimlet or sour.

34) On the other hand, ascertain exactly how nonpremium the "well" liquor is before you opt against the good stuff.

35) Sitting at the bar works only for two people. Three or more requires a table.

36) Never utter the words I and love and you if you've had more than three drinks.

37) If you're a lightweight, make that one drink.

38) If a bartender makes you flail your arms or beg for service, well, obviously, leave.

39) Don't call the bartender Barkeep, Chief, Buddy, or Ace, unless his actual name, in fact, is Barkeep, Chief, Buddy, or Ace.

40) Even if you have ascertained your bartender's name, behaving overly familiar with him will be seen as a pathetic gambit for free drinks or, worse, proof that you have nobody to go to for affection other than a random service-industry professional who does not, in fact, know you and just wants your money.

41) The one foolproof hangover cure: Don't get drunk.

42) Once you've fallen off a stool, there is little you can say to the bartender that will change his mind about asking you to leave.

43) There is nothing cheeky and clever you can say to a female bartender that she hasn't already heard from some other schmuck before you.

44) Don't eat the worm.

45) If you don't smoke and you're in a bar, don't complain about other people who happen to be smoking, because, virtuous friend, you are in a bar.

46) Instead of trying to remember whether it's "beer before liquor" or the other way around, just be an adult and stick to one or the other.

47) Acceptable drinks for men: beer, wine, whiskey, cocktails that are neither sweet nor made with dairy or fruit other than lime or lemon or orange.

48) Acceptable drinks for women: whatever they want, except a certain few.

49) A certain few: the grasshopper, the Long Island iced tea, the pink lady, and any variety of spritzer.

50) Also unacceptable: drinks whose names mimic critical medical conditions or copulative acts and their secretions.

51) And while we're on the subject, drinks that are named after supposedly cute body parts, like navels, which are actually disgusting repositories for sebaceous grime: No.

52) All of that said, never question a woman's drink choice.

53) If you're the first in the group to arrive and you start a tab on your card, you deserve exactly what's coming to you.

54) Unless you are lounging on the Promenade Deck, do not drink from a fruit.

55) Almost never have more than three cocktails.

56) Never order a cocktail with more than four ingredients.

57) If it doesn't have vermouth, it's not a Martini. If what you really want is iced gin (or vodka) straight up, order it that way.

58) Grain alcohol and purple Kool-Aid do not a punch make.

59) Pick up your drinks before moving the table.

60) Despite its name, a cocktail should contain no chicken parts.

61) Single-malt Scotch and soda: there oughtta be a law.

62) A lime yields about an ounce of juice, a lemon a little more.

63) Two singles are better than one double.

64) Ice. Lots and lots of ice.

65) Shun novelty. Suspect innovation.

66) If you strain your citrus juice, everything will be easier to clean.

67) Measure, measure, measure.

68) Betty Crocker Moment #361: 2 tablespoons = 1 ounce; 3 teaspoons = 1 tablespoon.

69) When all else fails, have a Martini.

70) The perfect Martini: There is no such thing as the perfect Martini. Make it the way it tastes best to you.

71) Provided that you remember that there is no such thing as a chocolate Martini.

Sunday, August 27, 2006

GOALS - Liverpool v Westham (THAT goal from Dan Agger)

Downloadable links, very good quality

Bobby Zamora 0-1

Agger thunderbolt 1-1

Crouch winner

Apologies for the delay in posting these goals, BLOGGER was being a bit of a c*nt last couple of days - Got TOSEEF to sort it out. (cheers matey)

Goals thanks to KC.
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