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Starting Life Afresh

Have you thought about making a change, breaking free and leaving for another place to live out your life with a new name, new identity and living a new life? Going somewhere where no one knows you and you can create a whole new life for yourself and even create a fake history of yourself so anyone new in your life will only know you as what you tell them and they accept you for that. Living under a fake identity, a fake alias – making up a background story for yourself and changing things about your past as you see fit too. Carrying none of the old baggage and having people know you only from that moment onwards and they don’t have to know or ever can get to know any of your actual past? Sounds like the plot of  bestseller or a new Hollywood movie yes?

Sometimes I wonder about that and what it would be like. I’d go to a quiet place or a tropical island or some little hamlet away from the rest of the crowded word, if I could create a new identity. Somewhere where no one knows my name or anything else about me. They’d have to accept whatever story I tell them about myself and my past or go by the fake records that I have created. Maybe a new name and history. So as I start this new life on this island or place away from all that I know, I’d be breathing new life into me. None of the old stuff remains and my story is mine to create. A clean slate just waiting for me to fill in with new stories and perhaps make things better and maybe change a lot of who I am. Change stuff that I couldn’t change because of the people I knew but now since I’m alone all that is gone.

That would be the great escape, the escape from my life and who I am. I’m not saying that I want to do it but it’s an idea. If I felt that it would work and if I had the money and I found a perfect place to escape off to I might consider it. The opposite of the Cheers theme – Where everybody knows your name! Where no one knows your name or the stuff that you did or your past life or your baggage. Where you can be who you want to be. Hmmm, sounds interesting!

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Dredd

Directed by Pete Travis and written and produced by Alex Garland, Dredd is a 2012 film based on the British comic 2000 AD comic strip Judge Dredd. In a futuristic vast dystopian future, the earth is mostly a wasteland and humanity is closed off in huge Mega cities. Crime, corruption and violence rules and  only force for order are the Judges, who act as judge, jury and executioner. Back in 1995 the first attempt at bringing this comic to live action film was a commercial & critical flop in Judge Dredd, with Sylvster Stallone as the eponymous anti-hero. Totally unrelated, this 2012 film tries to succeed where the first attempt failed. We have Karl Urban as Dredd with Olivia Thirlby playing a rookie Judge on an assignment and assessment run with him. Lena Hedley plays the villain-ess MaMa.

  • Mega City One is the setting of our film, a violent metropolis with 800 million residents and 17,000 crimes reported daily. A new drug called ‘sl0-mo’, which slows the user’s perception of time to 1% of normal, is the hottest seller on the streets. They are sold in asthma inhaler type dispensers and look like colourful liquids. The person behind Slo-Mo is a former prostitute turned powerful drug lord Madeline Madrigal, also known as “Ma-Ma”. She executes three rogue drug dealers by having them skinned, infused with Slo-Mo and thrown down the atrium from the top floor of a 200 storey slum tower, which also serves as the base of her operations. This is when Judge Dredd comes in.
  • Dredd is assigned to evaluate rookie Cassandra Anderson, a powerful psychic who failed the aptitude tests to be a Judge. They get the call to investigate the death of the 3 drug dealers in the slum tower. They arrest a thug named Kay, whom Anderson’s mind probe reveals to be the one who carried out the drug dealers’ execution. Dredd decides to take him in for questioning. In response Ma-Ma has the tower locked down by taking over the security control room and having the building’s blast shields activated, cutting of communication & escape. She orders her men to kill the two judges.
  • Dredd and Anderson fight their way through, killing dozens of armed thugs. At the 76th floor Ma-Ma  with Vulcan cannons that rip through the walls, killing numerous residents. The Judges are able to breach an outer wall and call for help. Anderson intervenes and uses her psychic abilities to read Kay’s mind, learning that the tower, Peach Trees, is the centre of Slo-Mo production and distribution.
  • Two judges arrive at the building but are denied access  by Ma-Ma’s computer expert denies them entry by persuading them the call is part of the security drill. Meanwhile some armed teenagers attack Dredd, enabling Kay to take over Anderson’s gun and escape with her as hostage, and brings her to Ma-Ma’s base on the top floor. Ma-Ma then calls in 4 corrupt Judges, Lex, Kaplan, Chan and Alvarez, who she has worked & paid off in the past and when they arrive at the building, they are let in. Chan finds Dredd and they fight when his cover is blown. Meanwhile, Kay tries to execute Anderson with her own weapon, but the pistol’s DNA scanner does not recognize him and blows his arm off. Anderson escapes and later encounters Kaplan, whom she promptly kills after reading her mind.
  • Elsewhere, Dredd kills Alvarez but runs out of ammunition, and is shot by Lex in the abdomen. Lex moves in to execute Dredd, but Dredd stalls him long enough for Anderson to arrive and kill Lex.The two then find the computer expert who gives them the codes for the building & confront Ma-Ma. She tells Dredd that in the case of her death, a device on her wrist will detonate explosives on the top floors, destroying the building. Dredd reasons that the detonator’s signal will not reach the explosives from the ground floor, so he forces Ma-Ma to inhale Slo-Mo and throws her down the atrium to her death. In the aftermath, Anderson accepts that she has failed her evaluation by getting disarmed, and leaves. The Chief Judge asks Dredd about Anderson’s performance; he responds that she has passed.

Got all that? It’s a messy, grimy, colourful, chaotic movie with lots of slow motion – people getting shot, blood spilling out and bullets ripping flesh and ofcourse the massive falling to her death scene for Ma-Ma at the end. I watched it late at night and found the going a bit tedious and the film predictable. It got some good reviews but failed at the box office. I can see why. I love the comic and had some hopes for this movie. 5 out of 10!

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22 Years Ago

Today, February 26th, marks the 22nd anniversary of the Liberation of Kuwait from the Iraqi invasion. After almost 7 months of occupation the nation got liberated after Iraq a war waged by a U.N.-authorized Coalition force from 34 nations led by the United States, against Iraq in response to Iraq’s invasion and annexation of Kuwait. Although the official declaration of ceasefire by then US President George Bush & the Kuwaiti liberation was done on the 28th, it is the 26th that the Kuwaitis celebrate.

I’ll never forget the day that Iraq invaded Kuwait and watching the scenes on tv – it was August 2nd, 1990, which was also my 14th birthday. For Saddam and Iraq to invade my birth nation (although I never got citizenship and am fully Indian, I still do consider Kuwait with plenty of fondness) on the birthday of a 14 year old who loved Kuwait and who had just left that country for good, 3 years ago – it was a bitter pill to swallow personally. I remember having a great old party with my relatives and some friends and we were at my sister’s friend’s aunt’s house to drop her off when the news came on the tv. This friend of my sister was also a former Kuwaiti born & raised child and her parents were still in Kuwait while she studied in a college here in India. She was crying and praying for her parents and family friends and hoping that they would be alright and come back to India safely. I was shocked and couldn’t believe the images that I was watching on the screen in front of me. I hated Saddam Hussain and all Iraqis about as much as one can at that time. Ofcourse I don’t hate Iraqis but yeah – Saddam got what he deserved and should have gotten quite a few years ago and I hope he suffered a whole lot!

And those idiots who supported Saddam – and there were a few in our country and in my own city / state – fuck you idiots!

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Me -> Supreme Ruler Of Earth

If you were supreme ruler of planet Earth for a day, what changes would you make?

Oh I so wish that were a post that I could apply too. I would do so well as the supreme ruler of our planet and even if it only for one day I’d make so many changes that the world would be a better place!

First, I’d ban all unnecessary political parties and make all them worthless assholes get real jobs. Do something useful for a change. I’d also make me supreme ruler forever so I can continue making all these awesome rules and changes in this world. Then I’d make it mandatory that all religious places or worship be banned, all religions made obsolete and instead all these buildings converted to make affordable or even free housing for those who are homeless or do not have a proper place of residence. With real food & clothes being served to them. Mandatory jobs for all these people so they can get back on their feet. Or should I make Friday part of the weekend and give every new baby chocolate eclairs?

Holidays will be a must; people need to rest & relax from the rigours of daily life. 2 days off and 5 days working for everyone and it is compulsory. No strikes or harthals or bandhs allowed. Borders will be just for keeping things in check, nationalities will be a thing of the past. Everyone is a human and the earth is our home. So no nationalities or nationalism. Sports will be a must however and teams will be based on their location but no nations fighting with each other. Racism will be made illegal, gods all chucked out and places of worship & idols to be destroyed and religions to be abolished – no hindusim, no chrisianity, no scientology, no judiasm, no islam, no youslam! All holy books to be thrown away and burnt! Science, music, arts and creativity will be encouraged and we will spend all our efforts to make life better for everyone. And oh – can’t forget the pets! Dogs, cats and other animals to get shelters and adopting them will be encouraged. 1 family of 4 or 5 can have 2 dogs & 2 cats or more! Take care of them.

Space exploration will be given the next most important status. Cause we’re gonna need it. Oh and marijuana will be legalized for everyone! What else?

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Do You Use MS Outlook?

How many of you use Microsoft Outlook for managing your emails outside of the office? What about for managing your personal emails like from gmail, yahoo & hotmail/msn?

I’ve been using Outlook or Outlook Express for office work from 2004 onwards with the brief exception being for my last job who didn’t have their own email setup. That would be the period between March 2011 till July 2012. But strictly only for my office emails. 2004 was the first time I ever used it and I loved the application. I’m now using MS Outlook at my current office and I’m thinking of integrating my gmail & hotmail accounts to Outlook and use it at home. If any of you do use it for your personal emails as well, do you find it better than the actual websites offering the mail facilities?

I find the software easy to use and like setting up alerts, various folders and the tools. It’s the perfect option for office & personal usage.

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Oscar Awards 2013 Winners

Here are the award winners from the main categories (the ones that I’m interested in) of the just conducted 2013 Academy Awards.

Best Picture – Argo

Best Actor – Daniel Day-Lewis for Lincoln

Best Actress – Jennifer Lawrence for Silver Linings Playbook

Best Actress in a Supporting Role – Anne Hathaway for Les Miserables

Best Supporting Actor  – Christoph Waltz for Django Unchained

Best Direction – Ang Lee for Life of Pi

Best Writing – Original Screenplay – Quentin Tarantino for Django Unchained

Best Writing – Adapted Screenplay – Chris Terrio for Argo

Best Original Song – Adele for Skyfall

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It Could Mean Infant Or Maybe Not

At what age, and which song or songs that you were listening to in particular, did you realize that 95% of the time when they say the word ‘baby’ in a song, they don’t mean an infant?

I should say songs sung in English but yeah. I remember a younger cousin asking the question “in English songs when they sing “baby” do they mean an actual infant?” when he was around 10 or 11 years old and his older brother and I just looked at each other and giggled. But yes it was a valid question, especially for those of us who live in a country where English is not the native language. Or wait – don’t little kids in England, Canada, the US, Australia & New Zealand also get confused the first few years of their life when they hear “baby” in a song?

I myself must have been 8 or 9 years old when I attained ‘lyrical’ enlightenment and understood that it meant a hot girl. I liked Michael Jackson at that age! Which still didn’t quite satisfy me until the age of 12 and when I understood ‘biology’ and then slowly it dawned on me – calling a chick ‘baby’ sounded right! But then I remembered this song from Madonna that sounded confusing with it’s lyrics – “Papa don’t preach, I’m in trouble deep, Papa don’t preach, I’ve losing sleep, but I’ve made up my mind, I’m keeping my baby” – did she mean keeping her baby in her belly or her boyfriend? Since her father doesn’t approve, it could have been either right?

When did they first start using ‘baby’ for a girl and then for a man? I would like to know who was the first person to start calling a girl baby; it probably was an African American blues loving guy in the 40s or 50s. Cause they are the ones who start all these cool terms. Probably some dude who was walking around, whistling to himself, on the way to a small club to play his guitar with some band and he sees this hot looking woman and he says out loud “Oooooh baby!” and the term stuck! I’m sure that it was something like that. Yeah!

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Reading & Writing Room / Library / Home Office

Q: A genie has granted your wish to build your perfect space for reading and writing. What’s it like?

Well here goes – a big room, cozy and air-conditioned (I live in one of the hottest & most humid places in the world, so I want cool air). Plenty of oak and mahogany furniture. A large desk for with drawers and a table lamp. Plenty of leg room to stretch out. Table should be dark wood. Desktop and laptop with easy access for bothBig comfy swivel office chair that you can even sleep in. Behind the desk should be wall to floor book shelves and dvd/bluray shelves for storing all of my books and movies. And one of those ladders on wheels for easy access. Or just portable steps or step stools. Ofcourse I would want a large screen tv with cable & dvd/bluray player mounted on the wall or on an entertainment unit on one end.

Near to the desk should  be a large reading chair. Something along the lines of the one pictured here. Or maybe one of those that has a drink holder and can hold a few of your books and chips too! And oooh I would have music playing throughout. And some of my favourite movie, music & tv shows posters framed and hung in the room! And a mini fridge in one of the corners too. And a mini-bar – what if you get thirsty when you are reading or writing and you need some vodka+Sprite or some beer to quench that thirst. Cool room eh?

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Meet The Smallest Exo-Planet We Know

NASA announced the discovery of the smallest he smallest extrasolar planet ever discovered around a main sequence star, with a mass and radius slightly greater than that of Earth’s Moon. Kepler-37b, along with two other planets, Kepler-37c and Kepler-37d, were discovered by the Kepler space telescope, which observes stellar transits.The planet, about 210 light-years away from Earth, is slightly larger than the Earth’s moon, with a diameter of about 3,900 kilometres (2,400 mi). NASA states that it is most probable that the planet does not have an atmosphere and cannot support life. Furthermore, the planet is most likely composed of rocky materials.

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How I Spent The 2 Day Nationwide Strike

As reported earlier the last two days (the 20th & 21st of February) saw a nationwide strike called by various trade unions and supported by the opposition parties across all the states to protest against the raising of prices for basic commodities. So to protest against the rise in prices, they staged this protest strike or bandh as it is called locally, and that means for 48 hours all offices, shops, stores, bus services, auto & taxi services were prohibited from working and people were to stay at home – and those poor daily wages workers have to suffer the loss of pay for these two days! Just perfect!

I work in the BPO industry which usually means that the work doesn’t stop even on strikes or harthal days. But it was decided to not have the day shift working and give us 2 days off, while the night shift would continue as normal (two shifts from 7pm to 9am).  So I was off work for two days and could relax and enjoy myself – as long as I did it at home. So after work on Tuesday I went to pay my internet bill and then went for an earlier dinner and some vodka at one of my favourite bars and some chicken & porotta. I didn’t spend too much time there as I wanted to come back home and watch some of my favourite tv shows that I had downloaded. So I was back home by around 8pm and changed into my lungi, watching Falling Skies season 2.

Wednesday I slept in till 9 am and then rolled out of bed for some coffee and lazing around watching youtube videos, playing around on Facebook and stuff. I watched Superman III, some Friends season 7 episodes and the latest episodes of Castle & Bones. Yesterday I watched more Friends, Falling Skies and the latest episodes of Criminal Minds & Supernatural. We had homemade chicken curry for dinner one night and lunch the next. I also bought some Sprite, some biscuits and the Indian snack mixture. Slept a bit, relaxed and basically did nothing. Not bad for a mid-week break but I and the rest of the day shift will have to make up for it by working on Sunday.

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The Firefly Family Adventures

From director (musicians, producer & singer as well) Rob Zombie comes the following two movies focusing on the Firefly family. 2003’s House Of 1000 Corpses was written, directed & co-produced by Zombie and starring Sid Haig, Bill Moseley, Sheri Moon Zombie, Karen Black, Rainn Wilson and Erin Daniels. The movie is about two young couples who, while on a trip, are held captive & tortured by a crazed, backwoods family called the Fireflys.

Set on Halloween 1977 4 young people, Jerry, Bill, Mary & Denise are out on the road in hopes of writing a book on offbeat roadside attractions. At a gas station they meet Captian Spaulding a vulgar but friendly owner of a gas station and a tour ride called the “Museum of Monsters & Madmen” , who guides them to the death place of a local legend called Dr. Satan – a murderous surgeon who conducted gruesome experiments on his live human subjects. On their way they pick up a hitchhiker named Baby who asks for a ride to her house but on their way a tire bursts (a trap setup by Baby’s half-brother Rufus). Baby offers to walk to her house along with Bill and get Rufus to help them with their car. Rufus appears and takes the other 3 back to the Firefly family home. The four friends meet Mother Firefly, Baby’s mother; Otis Driftwood, Baby’s adopted brother; Grampa Hugo, Baby’s grandfather; and Baby’s deformed giant half-brother, Tiny.

At the house after dinner Baby lip-syncs and dances to a song while flirting with Bill, which angers Mary and the two girls go at each other, causing Mother to tell the 4 to leave as Rufus has fixed their car. However  they are attacked by Otis and Tiny, being taken as prisoners  and that’s when the torture begins. Otis hacks at Bill and creates a gruesome art work of his body while Baby scalps Jerry because he failed to guess Baby’s favorite movie star. Meanwhile Denise’e father, a former cop, on seeing that his daughter is way late to their house, asks the local cops to investigate her disappearance. Two deputy sheriffs  George Wydell and Steve Naish find the youngsters car abandned with the dead body of a local missing girl in the trunk, tortured. They arrive at the Firefly house with Denise’s father and upon finding bodies, the three are quickly killed by the family. Later that night Jerry, Denise & Mary are dressed up in bunny costumes are taken into the woods at at an underground well, where after a bizarre ceremony, Mary manages to run away but is caught by Baby and killed. The other two are lowered into this underground well where feral humans grab and drag Jerry away. Denise goes through the chambers on her home through various catacombs and finds a large room with mental patients and where a still alive Dr. Satan is conducting experiments  Dr. Satan has Jerry on his operating table, horribly torturing and skinning him alive.

As Dr. Satan yells for his assistant, Earl (who is Mother’s ex-husband) to capture Denise, she runs away from the figures and makes her way out into the woods. Moments later, she is picked up by Captain Spaulding and passes out from exhaustion in the front seat, only for Otis to appear in the backseat with a knife. The film ends with Denise being tortured by Dr. Satan.

Two years later the sequel The Devil’s Rejects came out. Leslie Easterbrook appears as Mother, while Tyler Mane has a brief few scenes as Rufus – both replacing the previous actors. Set a few months after the events of the previous film, Texas Sheriff John Quincey Wydell (the younger brother of the deputy who was killed in earlier movie & played by William Forsythe) and a bunch of state troopers arrive at the Firefly farm, noticed only by Tiny who was in the woods, dragging a body. The cops announce their intent to arrest them and order them to surrender. Mother, Baby, Rufus & Otis start shooting at the cops in a standoff, during which Rufus is killed and Mother is caught, while Baby & Otis escape through a secret passage. Mother tries to kill herself but her gun in empty and is led away to prison. Baby and Otis ambush a nurse on the road and steal her car, leaving her dead on the road. They head to a motel, a run-down windblown place to seek refuge from the law and media coverage.Baby seduces an older man, Roy, while Otis sneaks up behind him and they take him into his motel room where Roy’s wife Gloria & friend Adam are watching tv. Otis rushes into the shower to drag a wet & naked Wendy, Adam’s wife, screaming into the main room.

Otis and Baby takes the group hostage in the hotel room and Otis shoots their friend Jimmy when he returns. They then call their birth father, Captain Spauding, who hits the road to come to the hotel to meet Baby and Otis. His car runs out of gas and Spaulding assaults a woman and scares her son, taking their car in the process. Back at the hotel, Otis sexually assaults Roy’s wife Gloria and Otis demands Adam and Roy to come with him on an errand to fetch some guns he had buried. Adam & Roy try to attack Otis and hit him with a branch but Otis kills both of them and cuts off Adam’s face with a knife and comes back to the motel. Back at the motel, Adam’s wife Wendy tries to escape by going to the bathroom. Gloria attempts to rebel only to be killed by Baby. Wendy runs out of the motel only to be caught by Captain Spaulding who knocks her out. Otis returns, and all three leave the motel together in the band’s van. Wendy is killed when she runs out of the room after a cleaning lady opens the door and runs screaming outside (with her husband’s face skin taped to her face) but is hit by a truck and killed. Meanwhile Wydell slowly begins to lose his sanity and his mind when Mother Firefly reveals that she murdered his brother. After having a dream in which his brother urges him to avenge him, Wydell pretends to seduce her, and stabs Mother Firefly to death. he surviving Fireflys gather at a brothel owned by Charlie, a friend of Spauldings, where he offers them shelter from the police. They throw a party and they all celebrate over their freedom.

Wydell recruits a pair of bounty hunters (Danny Treijo & Diamond Dallas Page) to find out about the family’s friends and they track them to Charlie. Wydell confronts Charlie who is threatened at gunpoint by Wydell to give up the Fireflies, all of them at his house at midnight. The bounty hunters help Wydell to capture the 3 and takes them to the Firefly house, where Wydell proceeds to torture them. He nails Otis’ hands to his chair and staples crime scene photographs to Otis’s and Baby’s stomach, then beats and shocks Captain Spaulding and Otis with a cattle-prod and taunts Baby about the death of her mother. Wydell burns the house with Spauling & Otis in it and takes Baby out to hunt her but Tiny arrives and saves her & kills Wydell by snapping his neck. Tiny rescues his half brother & father but decides to die in the fire, while Otis drives Spaulding & Baby out in a car. The 3 are out on the road trying to escape but in the morning they find themselves in front of a police blockade. Otis wakes up Baby and Spaulding, they grab their guns, Baby and Otis their revolvers, while Spaulding takes his rifle. As Lynyrd Synyrd’s “Freebird” plays, the 3 go down in a blaze of glory, shooting at the troopers and being killed in the gun fire. Family images of the 3 are shown in between as the last of the Firefly family are dead.

Now, although a direct sequel, it’s almost like Rejects is a whole different universe altogether. While the first had the supernatural and horror element the sequel eschews all  that for just a straight criminals and killers on the run from the law and a revenge thrown in. Not sure how I feel about that. I give House Of 1000 Corpses a 7.5 outta 10 and The Devil’s Rejects a 6.5 outta 10!

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Learning Something New

Learning a new skill gets more difficult as you grow older. It’s a whole lot easier to learn than  to unlearn and it’s also easier to learn a new skill or a way to do something when you are younger. Just like it’s easier to learn a new language when you are a kid and you pick up things much easier. Also using it or doing it often is the best way to learn something quicker, more fluently and easier.

Do I prefer to read about it, watch someone else do it, hear someone describe it, or try it yourself? I can do either way or the best would be a combination of two or more methods. The best, in my humble opinion, is to watch someone do it or show it to you and then try it out yourself. That’s the apprentice method for lack of finding a true title to it. I just feels that it is the best method going back all the way to when you are a baby and learn by imitating what your parent or an adult does. Aping someone else or monkey see, monkey do! So that is the best way to do. Trying it myself is also a very cool way to do some things, like reading the instructions and then trying it out – it’s always great when you can do it yourself especially if you are doing it without instructions. It gives you a special sense of achievement.

Instructional videos are a great way to learn stuff – be it building something, playing an instrument, software related and stuff like that. Someone describing something to you and going by just the words they say can work for a lot of things but there are stuff that you need to see to understand better or it could just be that the person is describing something but because of lack of clarity in the communication or in your understanding capability there could be some misunderstanding or some confusion and the results aren’t what you really wanted to see. And reading the instructions is good but not as good as watching someone do it and then learning it by doing it yourself. For a lot of things reading about it, like recipes or some instructions on software and stuff, is more than adequate especially if they have really helpful pictures or drawings as well.

So it might depend on what it is that I or you are trying to learn or do and the best method will vary according to it. But all methods have their plus points.

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The Rock & the New WWE Championship Belt

When I first started this blog I was still hugely into wrestling and the WWE. Now, not so much. I haven’t watched a full show in over 4 years but I tried following it once in a while. I still like a lot of the wrestlers that I used to watch. Anyway, here is the Rock debuting his new for 2013 WWE Championship Belt. I think it rocks (pun intended) hard and is a massive improvement on the previous one.

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ROSHAN’S ELEVEN : Nicolas Cage Movies

Here are my top 11 movies starring Nicolas Cage.

  • Raising Arizona
  • Con Air
  • Face/Off
  • Leaving Las Vegas
  • The Rock
  • Knowing
  • Trespass
  • National Treasure
  • National Treasure 2 : Book Of Secrets
  • The Sorcerer’s Apprentice
  • Season Of The Witch

There’s a bunch of his movies that I want to see and haven’t yet, so this list might change in a couple of months or so.

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The Ideal Home – If Money Was No Issue

I’d build a huge 3 story mansion, on palatial grounds with a huge Olympic size outdoor pool and an artificial waterfall leading to another pool next to it. A tennis court, basketball court and a lavish garden where my dogs and cats can run around and play in to their hearts content. 4 door garage. So that’s the outside. Let’s take a look at the inside.

Front doors will lead you to an exquisite foyer where you’ll have large closets for coats and shoes, a big honking chandelier just after the entrance and right behind is the massive stairways leading to heaven the second and thirds floors. Carpeted stairs by the way. On the right with a formal living rooms with big sofas, chairs and coffee tables. Tasteful and selected art on the walls, vases and other arts on the tables and showcases. Massive bookshelf. Powder room as well. A formal office. On the left of the foyer will be a more casual and relaxed family room with huge flat screen tv and music system.Lots of comfy sofas and recliners to relax yo ass in. Next to that a big dining room that can seat 20 people if needed. Behind that a massive kitchen with all the latest appliances – microwave, huge two door fridge, ice maker, dish washer, ovens, stove, two sinks and a kitchen island. Beakfast table. Wine cooler and a separate beer & soft drinks fridge. Off the kitchen we’ll have a pantry, a washroom, storeroom and a laundry room for a washing machine and dryer.

The second floor has a big game room – arcade games, pool table, table tennis, play room, video games, ps3 and that shit. Another roo has a pool table, poker table and a fridge plus a bar for all the drinks. Snack bar set up next to it. A library room with a huge collection of books. A big theatre with big recliners to watch movies & tv shows like in the actual theatres. With a soda stand and a popcorn machine. Real popcorn with butter. Another houses a smaller libary with computers and a dvd/bluray collection. And finally all the bedrooms will be upstairs. Nice simple house eh?

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