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In Uncategorized on November 28, 2010 at 5:23 am


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In Uncategorized on November 28, 2010 at 5:14 am

Yana Gupta Pantyless Pics

In Uncategorized on November 28, 2010 at 4:55 am

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she has got exactly what they got – attention and publicity. Today, words like ‘yana gupta without underwear’, ‘yana gupta no panty’, ‘yana gupta without underwear pics’ the truth is When the photos of Yana Gupta sans underwear first hit the net, many might have thought that it was just another morphed one. But this time, it’s for real.

The girl herself has come out in the open and confirmed boldly that she indeed didn’t wear panties.The model-turned-actress was photographed sans panties at an international children’s charity event held recently.

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In Uncategorized on November 18, 2010 at 6:54 am

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13 Reasons Why Armageddon Is More Than Just A Decent Movie

In Uncategorized on November 18, 2010 at 6:52 am

13 Reasons Why Armageddon Is More Than Just A Decent Movie
By Rebecca Leib, September 27, 2010 in Hollywood Wasteland, Show News, Top Lists

1998’s blockbuster hit, Armageddon, explores the possibility of an asteroid hitting the earth and ending the world as we know it. NASA tries to stop the Texas-sized asteroid, but the only way to do so is by drilling a hole in its surface and blowing up the asteroid from the inside out. Though you might pass this film off as another doomsday blockbuster, there are a lot of reasons that this movie rises above your usual apocalyptic fare – similar to KoldCast TV’s new comedy series Hollywood Wasteland, the story of ultimate nice guy Jeff Collins – a comic book lover and insurance analyst – who does his best to keep a roof over his head while oblivious to the zombie hordes, nuclear explosions, and other disasters going on around him. It’s always refreshing when an old storyline is delivered in a fresh way.

For Armageddon, however, it was difficult to rise above the noise of so many other disaster movies – it carries the cheese ball baggage of a singing Ben Affleck, action movie one-liners and an outrageously ridiculous plotline. Still, it often ends up on the top of audience’s lists as one of their favorite disaster movies of all time. And here are 13 reasons why.

1. All NASA’d Up

This film was the first EVER to use genuine 10-million-dollar NASA space suits and the first to shoot in the usually restricted NASA offices and historical locations – some of which included the neutral buoyancy lab (a 65-million-gallon, 40-foot-deep pool used to train astronauts for weightlessness) and the historic launch pad that was decommissioned after the Apollo 1 disaster.

2. Short Cuts

“Armageddon” was edited with each clip averaging 1.5 seconds long, adding a dramatic urgency to the film. Talk about action packed! If you’re looking for popcorn entertainment, this film is guaranteed to keep you on your toes.

3. Star-studded

The film features a star-studded cast; and even if they aren’t all master thespians, it is super fun to watch them be uber-dramatic. Sure, Billy Bob Thornton and Steve Buscemi always have my heart, but lesser (ahem) talents are extra fun to watch, like Liv Tyler and Ben Affleck. Others you might recognize: Bruce Willis, Owen Wilson, Michael Clarke Duncan, Michael Bay (as a NASA scientist).

4. Come on, Roger!

Roger Ebert calls this film one of his least favorites, and we know how powerful he is in the film world. What makes him the expert? Maybe his list of screenwriting credits? That’s right, he has a writing credit on Russ Meyer’s “Beyond the Valley of the Dolls,” “Beneath the Valley of the Ultra-Vixens” and the Sex Pistols movie, “Who Killed Bambi?” Though the man is a legend, all of his films were technically box office flops. So just to spite the man who makes money spiting others, you gotta love this guilty pleasure.

5. Four Oscar noms, people!

It can’t be that bad if it’s applauded at the Oscars, no? The film received four nominations at the 1998 Academy Awards: ‘Best Sound’, ‘Best Visual Effects,’ ‘Best Sound Effects Editing,’ and ‘Best Original Song.’ Not too shabby!

6. Actual astronauts were used!

Astronaut Shannon Lucid is in the background of the “underwater simulation” scenes. You may remember her as the astronaut who made news for setting endurance records living aboard the Mir Space Station in 1993.

7. Bay’s Prof digs it!

Film scholar Jeanine Basinger, a professor of Michael Bay’s at Wesleyan University, digs the film as a production of action genius. Basinger states that the film is “a work of art by a cutting-edge artist who is a master of movement, light, color, and shape—and also of chaos, razzle-dazzle, and explosion.”
8. The Nobility of Ordinary Man

Though the film might seem cheesy, it lifts up the ordinary man to be a not-so-ordinary hero. With the joint efforts of proud scientists and specialists, the film exalts the working man (played by blue collar oil drillers) in ways many other films do not.

9. It’s a learning tool!

NASA shows this film as part of their management-training program. Prospective managers in the program are asked to find as many inaccuracies in “Armageddon” as they possibly can. During these screenings, at least 168 inaccuracies have been found. Great way to put Hollywood lies to good use!

10. A Pretty Rockin’ Soundtrack

I know Aerosmith’s “I Don’t Wanna Miss A Thing” seems kinda corny in retrospect, but it was pretty rockin’ in ‘98. Other artists included on the album are Journey, Patty Smyth and Jon Bon Jovi.

11. And Speaking of Music…

And speaking of music and Oscar noms, the score’s nothing to shirk at, either. The original motion picture score is composed by Trevor Rabin, formerly a member of the progressive rock band “Yes,” which is pretty much awesome sauce.

12. Don’t like movies? Read the novel.

Yes, there’s a NOVEL. It’s by C. Bolin, based on the screenplay by Jonathan Hensleigh, J.J. Abrams, Tony Gilroy and Shane Salerno. Considering the juggernauts that JJ Abrams (Lost, Star Trek), Michael Bay (every movie where things blow up) and Tony Gilroy (Bourne franchise) have become, it’s worth a couple of hours at the beach or doctor’s office. As for C. Bolin, he’s got some more film novelizations if you’re into that sort of thing: Gone in 60 Seconds and It’s a Wonderful Life. Gotta love an action flick that becomes literature.

13. We beat Godzilla!

The film kicked Godzilla’s butt in box office revenue after the two films opened that same summer. In “Armageddon,” there’s a cheeky nod to the two films’ rivalry: Reggie The Dog attacks a blow-up doll of Godzilla. Boo-ya!

Some Important Words in Life

In Uncategorized on November 18, 2010 at 6:38 am

The Most Selfish ” 1 ” letter word.

” I ” —> Avoid It

The Most Satisfying ” 2 ” letter words.

” We ” —> Use It..

The Most Poisonous ” 3 ” letter word.

” Ego” —> Kill It..

The Most Used ” 4 ” letter word.

” LOVE ” –> Value It.

The Pleasing ” 5 ” letter words.

” SMILE ” –> Keep It.

The Fastest Spreading ” 6 ” letter word.

” RUMOUR ” –> Ignore it..

The Hardest working ” 7 ” Letter Word.

“SUCCESS ” –> Achieve it..

The Most enviable ” 8 ” letter word.

” JEALOUSY ” –> Distance It..

The Most Powerful ” 9 ” word letter word..

” KNOWLEDGE ” –> Acquire It.

The Most essential ” 10 ” letter word

” CONFIDENCE ” — > Trust It.

Reader’s Digest Trust Survey Philanthropists among the most trusted people

In Uncategorized on November 14, 2010 at 2:47 am

Reader’s Digest Trust Survey Philanthropists among the most trusted people

Conducted in October 2009, the survey found Dr. Pornthip Rojanasunan to be the most trusted individual in all of Thailand while Doctors were the most trusted group.

Most Trusted Individuals: This survey found that out of 80 individuals Thailand ‘s renowned forensic pathologist and director of the Forensic Science Institute, Dr. Pornthip Rojanasunan was ranked as the most trusted individual of the year. She was followed by Phra Ajarn Alongkot Dikkapanyo, the head monk at the famous Buddhist AIDS temple, Wat Phra Baht Nam Phu, Dr. Sumet Tantivechakul, secretary general of the Chaipattana Foundation, Phra Promkunaporn (Prayut Payutto) acclaimed spiritual leader and winner of an UNESCO Prize for Peace Education, and Phanya Nirunkul media tycoon who was the fifth most trusted individual.

The rest of the top ten were film director Prince Chatrichalerm Yukol (6), leading banker Banthoon Lamsam (7), social workers Nuannoi Timkul (8) and Suthasinee Noiin (9), and renowned marine environmentalist Dr. Torn Thamrongnawasawat (10).

People trust those who do good deeds for society: The majority of this survey’s top 10 most trusted individuals were people who worked in non-profit organizations and dedicated themselves to helping others. Some of the respondents pointed out that, Dr Pornthip Rojanasunan has worked “dedicatedly and fearlessly to bring justice to our society”.

Other individuals within the top ranks were also highly rated in terms of their dedication to the greater good. For instance, Phra Ajarn Alongkot Dikkapanyo’s work of helping those who suffer from AIDS is selfless and admirable, while Dr Sumet has been admired for his service to the King and his commitment to accelerate awareness of His Majesty the King’s philosophy of sufficiency economy among general public.

When it comes to trust, politicians are the lowest: According to the survey, politics was seen as the least trusted occupation, followed by Psychic or Astrologer and Insurance Agent. The survey also found that Thai respondents trusted security guards more than they trusted law enforcers. In the most trusted profession ranking, security guards were rated one spot higher than police officers.

The Full Lists & Analysis – “ Thailand ‘s Trust Survey 2010” is published in the March 2010 issue of Reader’s Digest Thailand magazine.

Me First

In Uncategorized on November 10, 2010 at 5:51 am

A salesman, an administration clerk, and their manager were walking to lunch when they found an antique oil lamp.

They rubbed it and out came a Genie.

The Genie said, “I’ll give each of you just one wish.”

“Me 1st!” said the admin clerk. “I want to be in the Bahamas, driving a speedboat, without a care in the world.”

Puff! She’s gone.

“Me next! Me next!” said the salesman. “I want to be in Hawaii, relaxing on the beach with my personal masseuse, an endless supply of Pina Coladas and the love of my life.”

Puff! He’s gone.

“OK, you’re up,” the Genie said to the manager.

The manager said, “I want those two back in the office after lunch.”

Moral of the story
It pays to let your boss have the first say.

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In Uncategorized on November 10, 2010 at 5:50 am

Just how bad is British Singaporean English?

In Uncategorized on November 10, 2010 at 5:42 am

British Singaporean English

Just how bad is British Singaporean English? You be the judge…

Who says our English is bad? Just read below – Ours is simple, short, concise, straight-to-the-point, effective etc.


Britons: I’m sorry, sir, but we don’t seem to have the sweater you want in your size, but if you give me a moment, I can call the other outlets for you.

Singaporean: No stock!


Britons: Hello, this is John Smith. Did anyone call for me a few moments ago?

Singaporean: Hello, who call huh?


Britons: Excuse me, I would like to get by. Would you please make way?

Singaporean: S-kew me..


Britons: Hey! Put your wallet away, this drink is on me.

Singaporean: No need lah.


Britons: Excuse me, but do you think it would be possible for me to enter through this door?

Singaporean: (pointing at the door) Can ah?


Britons: Please make yourself right at home.

Singaporean: No need shy one lah!


Britons: I don’t recall you giving me the money.

Singaporean: Where got?


Britons: I would prefer not to do that, if you don’t mind.

Singaporean: Don’t want lah.


Britons: Err…Tom, I have to stop you there. I understand where you’re coming from, but I really have to disagree with what you said about the issue.

Singaporean: You mad ah?


Britons: Excuse me, but could you please lower your voice? I’m trying to concentrate over here.

Singaporean: Shut up lah!


Britons: Excuse me, but I noticed you staring at me for sometime. Do I know you?

Singaporean: See what, see what?


Britons: We seem to be in a bit of a predicament at the moment..

Singaporean: Die lah!!


Britons: Will someone tell me what has just happened?

Singaporean: What happened ah? Why like that one lah?


Britons: This isn’t the way to do it. Here, let me show you.

Singaporean: Like that also don’t know how to do!