Ah, Dirty Harry. The dirty cop who got the job done. The detective who took no bullshit but was the very epitome of coolness. Is there any doubt that Dirty Harry was Clint Eastwood and Clint was Harry? No one else could have done it. And ofcourse, THE DIALOGUE! The one man rant that has millions of imitators but only one original.
“I know what you’re thinking- “Did he fire six shots or only five?” Well, to tell you the truth, in all this excitement, I’ve kinda lost track myself. But, being this is a .44 Magnum, the most powerful handgun in the world and would blow your head clean off, you’ve got to ask yourself one question: “Do I feel lucky?” Well, do ya, punk?”
10 man Arsenal held on to a draw at White Hart Lane after the most ridiculous 2 yellow & therefore red card mess that I have ever seen in my life. When you look back and see the results at a later date all you will see is the score sheet. It will not tell you that it was an entertaining 0-0 goalless draw and that the numbskull baboon Eboue got himself sent off in the first half.
Winger Emmanuel Eboue saw red after picking up two needless yellow cards in the first half, while the Gunners also had to cope with the loss of striker Emmanuel Adebayor who pulled up with what looked like a serious hamstring problem. The first yellow was for disent as three times he went yakking against the refree for a foul called on one of his teammates, Baccary Sagna against Luka Modric. First of all, only the captain should go to the ref. And second, the refree Mike Dean gave him enough opportunity to back away. The donkey didn’t listen and got booked!
Modric and Eboue clashed on the near touchline as they had been for the first half hour of the match. The referee had seen enough to caution both men – showing Eboue, who kicked out to trip the Spurs man, a second yellow card followed by a red. His actions were both stupid and the asshole deserves to be suspended and probably fined. He let his team down. But the remaining 10 men bravely went on to attack and had chances to win the game as well.
There was another hold up when Arsenal’s Gael Clichy received treatment for a cut following a clash of heads with Bent and was replaced by Kieran Gibbs. He was bleeding quite profusely and may require quite a few stiches. I think if it wasn’t for the send off, Arsenal could have won by a goal or 2 but that ignoramus had to be stupid and ruin it. I think Arsene Wenger should haul Eboue’s ass for a drill down or just toss the bum outta the Emirates Stadium. He’s proved to be too costly for the team and we’ll be much better without that jackass.
I loved the movie and I mean loved it. It’s probably one of my favourite movies of all time. I had heard about the series and tried to get clips of it from the internet. It was hard but I finally have my own copy of Firefly, the series that predates the movie Serenity. One of the stupidest thing about prime time television is that crap can be on air for years, even decades, but good stuff like this gets cancelled 11 episodes in! What a sham!
The series is set in the year 2517, after humans have arrived at a new star system, and follows the adventures of the renegade crew of Serenity, a “Firefly-class” spaceship. There’s the Alliance, a powerful authoritarian government and law-enforcement organization that controls the majority of territory within the known universe. Things are very evolved here and science rules. The Independent Faction (Browncoats) wanted the outer worlds to remain autonomous and attempted to resist Alliance control.
The crew of the Serenity are remainders of the Browncoats who steal and do jobs for money just to ensure that the ship keeps flying. The characters are with their flaws and this makes it more endearing to us. They are viewed as outlaws which makes them romantic & adventurous. It’s the perfect mix of a western, a chinese film & sci-fi! What more could you want.