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cornemuse
08 July 2008 @ 05:06 pm
I just cant stop this. I start well, score and then it all snaps and we lose. Awesomeness.
 
 
Current Location: football groung
Current Mood: bullshitty?
 
 
cornemuse
Vampires or werewolves?
http://s11.bitefight.org/c.php?uid=18019
Some things just keep coming back to haunt us, isnt it? I almost left bitefight until this.

And Im werewolf.
 
 
Current Mood: depresseddepressed
 
 
cornemuse
13 June 2008 @ 02:56 pm
A certain Babu once said...
if ' ------->' is Superman, then what is '<-------'?
Superman returns.


I am back from Japan!
 
 
Current Mood: accomplishedaccomplished
 
 
cornemuse
03 June 2008 @ 03:49 pm
Tokyo is fun. Tokyo is awesome. Despite all its crooked streets and tiny roads, Tokyo has won me over. The people here are just too good.

My my, internet sure is fast here.


Just arrived in Tokyo this morning. We will be leaving for Miyagi prefecture, Sendai city day after tomorrow. Our lot is basically the youngest of all the 120 Indians going. Most of the rest are over 20 years old in age...


Tokyo has won me over!

I have three hours of nothing tonight which I guess Ill try out some shopping...
What should I look out for?
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cornemuse
27 May 2008 @ 10:12 pm
What words do you find wise enough to live by?
Well, Johnny Depp took piracy to a whole new level with his antics. I'd still say Ninja. What could be more boring than being in the water all day?
 
 
 
cornemuse
26 May 2008 @ 11:43 pm
OH YES!

DELHI'S IN THE SEMIFINALS!!!

RAJASTHAN EVENTUALLY MANAGED TO PULL IT OFF THE LAST BALL, NEEDING TWO RUNS TO SEAL MUMBAI'S RETURN TICKET!


YES! OH YES!
 
 
Current Mood: crazycrazy
Current Music: Over My Head - The Fray
 
 
cornemuse
26 May 2008 @ 10:49 pm
Jaipur are chasing a moderate target of 147.

77/3 atm.

Please Watson, save it for Rajasthan. Save it for Delhi.

Who will win?
The pressure in unbearable...

:|
 
 
Current Mood: anxiousanxious
 
 
cornemuse
26 May 2008 @ 10:47 pm
If you've got Monday off, how are you spending it, and with whom?
Especially now, holiday time.. Most likely, I would just stay at home and play Bitefight on the computer... I would love to play FIFA 08, I even have got it installed. I need a better graphic card. :|
 
 
Current Music: Liberate - Disturbed
 
 
cornemuse
The current points table reads...





Matches Played and followed by Points
Rajasthan Royals 12 20

Kings XI Punjab 13 18

Delhi Daredevils 14 15

Chennai Super Kings 13 14

Kolkata Knight Riders 14 13

Mumbai Indians 12 12

Royal Challengers 13 8

Deccan Chargers 13 4

With 2 points for each win and 1 for no result.

Rajasthan and Punjab have already made it through. With Chennai losing their previous two matches, the third and fourth slots have suddenly opened up. Now we have Delhi, Mumbai and Chennai and 2 spots up for grabs.

Delhi have already finished their 14 matches. Now all we can do is to sit and hope, that other things fall into place.

What must happen,
Scenario 1-
Chennai lose their last match. Delhi will automatically make it through to the semis.

Scenario 2-
Chennai win their last match. Delhi can still make it through if Mumbai does not win both their remaining matches.

Scenario 3-
Chennai wins. Mumbai wins one. Delhi still goes through by one point.

So all in all, we can only hope for two things,
Chennai lose,
or Mumbai lose at least one of their remaining two matches.

Daredevil forever.

Whats your take? What'll be the semis lineup? Who'll be in the finals?
 
 
Current Music: Like a Rolling Stone - Bob Dylan
 
 
cornemuse
26 May 2008 @ 11:47 am
Chelsea lost, Manu won. And Manu won it fair and square. And always in penalties, the game can go either way. It went Man United's way this time.

Number one.
The referee cant be blamed. Tevez might have spat at Terry, but did Drogba do a correct thing by slapping a Chelsea player? And that too, in front of the referee. Please, a player must understand the high stakes at this level. And I seriously doubt his future at Chelsea after this incident. At this level, players must be responsible enough to understand the consequences of their actions.
This is not racism. Slap is a red card, black or not.

Number two.
Ronaldo cried because of his passion for the game. Indeed, Ronaldo missed while playing Barca. But his form can be seen from the fact that he has been the highest scorer in the competition. Ronaldo would have easily been spared has Cech dived the wrong way. His penalty was not off-target this time. It was clearly evident, that he felt he was the one who had to ensure the team the championship. In anger and remorse, he cried; he was not afraid to shirk all responsibility, unlike a certain Drogba, who chose to flee.

Number three.
John Terry slipped. There is no point in yelling curses at him. Anyone and everyone does slip. Have you forgotten the saving header from a kick on an empty goal by Giggs which could have given United the match?

Number four.
Chelsea have got only themselves to blame. First, Drogba being sent off. Next, not even keeping the in-form Shevchenko on the bench. Moreover, bringing on Anelka so late, which didnt give him enough warmup time.
Most importantly, Van Der Sar was horrendous in his goalkeeping. He slipped half a dozen times. Chelsea couldnt take advantage of that.

It could not have been sadder for Chelsea. The manager who takes them to number 2 in the premier league and into the Champions League final for the first time in club history is going to be sacked.

Rijkaard is the only man who can save you now.
 
 
Current Music: The Call of Ktulu - Metallica