Arsenal 3 Stoke City 1

Arsenal defeated Stoke City away but the match was marred by the horrific injury to young Welsh talent Aaron Ramsey. The Gunners midfielder’s ankle buckled under a challenge by Ryan Shawcross, who was sent off and departed in tears. Shawcross took a heavy touch and caught Ramsey just above the ankle as he stretched for the ball. The Welshman collapsed on contact and he was left writhing on the floor, with his right foot appearing to hang at an unnatural angle. Shawcross, who was later called up to the England squad, was shown a straight red card and while Ramsey received lengthy treatment, several Arsenal players looked visibly shaken.

Stoke had taken the lead when Danny Pugh headed in from Rory Delap’s long throw-in but Nicklas Bendtner levelled with a fine header back across goal. Cesc Fabregas scored a penalty before Thomas Vermaelen tapped in, as Arsenal moved to only three points off Chelsea, who lost 2-4 to Manchester City and have 61 points. Manchester United have 60 points.

320 GB External HDD From Transcend

I had begun to run out of space on my hard drive and on my 120 GB Western Digital external drive. The WD had less than 90 MB space remaining and my hard disk had about 120 MB perhaps left. So last evening I headed over to  to the computer peripherals store in Bay Pride Mall, where I had bought my 120 GB drive. I was hoping to get a 500 GB drive or check out to see if the prices of a 1TB had dropped. However, all the drives that they had were on the wrong side of the price ranges that I had expected. I didn’t want to spend that much money on it and so settled for a 320 GB drive from Transcend.

As you can see here is a beautiful packaged and the casing is so smooth. It’s not too big – heck it’s just a little bigger than a BlackBerry Bold handset! I’ve moved all of my movies there and most of my tv series episodes as well. I plan on using my WD 120 GB only for Star Trek movies and Star Trek : Voyager (as I watch them a lot) and ofcourse my MP3s.