Thursday, September 30, 2010

Chilling documentary

About Sweedish twin sisters who went mad in the most bizzare fashion.

Tuesday, September 21, 2010

No jinx

Just went through my database and discovered this for august on fulltilt

No losing days , only if this could last :(

Sunday, September 12, 2010


Jawan hunts for daughter’s abductors

Patna, Sept. 11: Deputed on the international border, havildar Rajiv Ranjan Pandey has stood guard, ready to fight any enemy who could harm his countrymen. Now, sitting at home for the past two months, he is clueless how to rescue his eight-year-old daughter from an enemy who is in the hiding.

A havildar in the 2nd Bihar Regiment, Pandey alias Bhola Pandey was posted at Ranikhep on India-China border when he got the news about his daughter Shikha being abducted from the Company Sah locality of Sasaram town in Rohtas district. He left for home immediately, hoping his daughter would be rescued by the time he would reach his village.

“It’s been two months since Shikha’s abduction. I have been running from pillar to post to secure her release but the police have failed to trace the kidnappers’ whereabouts,” said Pandey.

Shikha, a Class III student of Vidya Sagar School at Sasaram, went missing from the Company Sah area on July 20. Initially a missing complaint was lodged at Modal police station.

“Soon the missing complaint was converted to a kidnapping case after the kidnappers demanded a ransom of Rs 6 lakh for the safe release of Sikha,” said Pandey.

The harried father received some information about his daughter from witnesses who claimed they saw Shikha being kidnapped by some Maruti van-borne criminals from near her house. Station house officer of Modal police station Mohammad Akram said that the girl was picked up when she was practising how to ride a bicycle in a field adjacent to Rauja Road.

With help of some local people, Pandey caught hold of one of the conspirators, Anil Pathak alias Chhotu, and handed over him to the police.

In police custody, Pathak confessed to his crime and disclosed the name of another accused, Sipahi Sharma, who was taken into custody from his village Kharari Tola under Nokha police station.

“By the time police reached Sharma’s house, the kidnappers had shifted Shikha somewhere else. Both Pathak and Sharma were later sent to jail,” said Pandey.

The army jawan is peeved at the pace of investigation. “When the two accused have admitted their involvement in the crime, why the police have not taken them on remand for further interrogation?” he asked.

Pandey is worried about the health of his wife Babita Devi. “One can well imagine the condition of a woman whose only daughter has been kidnapped and the police have failed to trace her even after 64 days,” he said.

Pathak’s role in the kidnapping case was suspected after he sought information about the cellphone number of Shikha’s grandmother soon after the incident on July 20. “Within six hours, the alleged abductors demanded a ransom of Rs 6 lakh on the mobile phone of Shikha’s grandmother,” said a police officer investigating the case.

“I had not expected such an indifferent attitude from police officers towards the case. I met many senior police officers, including the DIG and the SP, and sought their intervention. Still no step has been taken by them to recover my daughter,” Pandey said.

Rohtas Superintendent of Police Vikas Vaibhav, when contacted, said efforts are on to recover the child.


Eight-year-old Shikha was abducted on July 20 from a field in Company Sah area.

Abductors demanded Rs 6 lakh as ransom from havildar Rajiv Ranjan Pandey’s family.

Two accused -- Anil Pathak alias Chhotu and Sipahi Sharma – have been arrested.

Kidnappers still at large. Police have no information on the child’s safety.

Saturday, September 11, 2010



There are some wounds that time dont heal.

Showkatara Sharif holds a picture of Shakila Yasmin and Nurul Miah, both victims of the 9/11 attacks on the World Trade Centre

Friday, September 10, 2010


My horse ships the rush rebuy for 3kish on fulltilt. Woooooooot

Tuesday, September 07, 2010

One more step towards Islamophobia?

US church to go ahead with Sept. 11 Quran burning

Terry Jones AP – Rev. Terry Jones at the Dove World Outreach Center in Gainesville, Fla., Monday, Aug. 30, 2010. Jones …

GAINESVILLE, Fla. – A Christian minister vowed Tuesday to go ahead with plans to burn copies of the Quran to protest the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks despite warnings from the White House and the top U.S. general in Afghanistan that he would endanger American troops overseas.

Pastor Terry Jones of the Dove World Outreach Center, which has about 50 members, said he understands the government's concerns but plans to go forward with the burning Saturday to mark the ninth anniversary of the attacks.

He left the door open to change his mind, saying he is still praying about his decision, which was condemned Tuesday by an interfaith coalition that met in Washington to respond to a spike in anti-Muslim bigotry.

Gen. David Petraeus warned in an e-mail to The Associated Press that "images of the burning of a Quran would undoubtedly be used by extremists in Afghanistan — and around the world — to inflame public opinion and incite violence."

State Department spokesman P.J. Crowley echoed that, calling the plan to burn copies of the Quran "un-American" and saying it does not represent the views of most people in the U.S.

"While it may well be within someone's rights to take this action, we hope cooler heads will prevail," Crowley said.

Jones told the AP in a phone interview that he is also concerned but wonders how many times the U.S. can back down.

"We think it's time to turn the tables, and instead of possibly blaming us for what could happen, we put the blame where it belongs — on the people who would do it," he said. "And maybe instead of addressing us, we should address radical Islam and send a very clear warning that they are not to retaliate in any form."

Jones, who runs the small, evangelical Christian church with an anti-Islam philosophy, says he has received more than 100 death threats and has started wearing a .40-caliber pistol strapped to his hip.

The threats started not long after the 58-year-old minister proclaimed in July that he would stage "International Burn a Quran Day." Supporters have been mailing copies of the Islamic holy text to his Dove World Outreach Center to be incinerated in a bonfire that evening.

The fire department has denied Jones a required burn permit for Saturday, but he says he is going ahead with his event. He said lawyers have told him his right to burn the Quran is protected by the First Amendment whether he's got permission from the city or not.

Muslims consider the Quran to be the word of God and insist it be treated with the utmost respect, along with any printed material containing its verses or the name of Allah or the Prophet Muhammad. Any intentional damage or show of disrespect to the Quran is deeply offensive.

The interfaith group of evangelical, Roman Catholic, Jewish, and Muslim leaders meeting in Washington condemned Jones' plan to burn the Quran as a violation of American values and the Bible. Among the participants was Cardinal Theodore McCarrick, retired Catholic archbishop of Washington, D.C.; Rabbi David Saperstein of the Religious Action Center of Reform Judaism; and top officials from the Islamic Society of North America, the group that organized the gathering.

"This is not the America that we all have grown to love and care about," said Rabbi Steve Gutow of the Jewish Council for Public Affairs. "We have to stand up for our Muslim brothers and sisters and say, "This is not OK.'"

In this progressive north Florida town of 125,000 anchored by the sprawling University of Florida campus, the lanky preacher with the bushy white mustache is mostly seen as a fringe character who doesn't deserve the attention he's getting.

Still, at least two dozen Christian churches, Jewish temples and Muslim organizations in Gainesville have mobilized to plan inclusive events — some will read from the Quran at their own weekend services — to counter what Jones is doing. A student group is organizing a protest across the street from the church Saturday.

The Vatican newspaper on Tuesday published an article in which Catholic bishops, including Archbishop Lawrence John Saldanha of Lahore, Pakistan, criticized Jones' plan.

"No one burns the Quran," read the headline in Tuesday's L'Osservatore Romano.

Jones gained some local notoriety last year when he posted signs in front of his small church proclaiming "Islam is of the Devil." The church is independent of any denomination but follows the Pentecostal tradition, which teaches that the Holy Spirit can manifest itself in the modern day. Pentecostals often view themselves as engaged in spiritual warfare against satanic forces.

Jones' Quran-burning scheme, after it caught fire on the Internet, brought rebukes from Muslim nations and an avalanche of media interview requests just as an emotional debate was taking shape over the proposed Islamic center near the Ground Zero site in New York.

The Quran, according to Jones, is "evil" because it espouses something other than the Christian biblical truth and incites radical, violent behavior among Muslims.

"It's hard for people to believe, but we actually feel this is a message that we have been called to bring forth," he said last week. "And because of that, we do not feel like we can back down."

FBI agents have visited to talk about their concerns for Jones' safety, as multiple Facebook pages with thousands of members have popped up hailing him as either a hero or a dangerous pariah.

His plan has drawn formal condemnation from the world's pre-eminent Sunni Muslim institution of learning, Al-Azhar University in Egypt, whose Supreme Council accused the church of stirring up hate and discrimination and called on other American churches speak out against it. Last month, Indonesian Muslims demonstrated outside the U.S. embassy in Jakarta, threatening violence if Jones goes through with it.


Associated Press Writer Kimberly Dozier in Kabul, Afghanistan, and AP Religion Writer Rachel Zoll in New York contributed to this report.

(This version corrects capitalization in cardinal's last name to McCarrick.)

Sunday, September 05, 2010



These people do have to deal with being french their whole lives, so at least there's that.
Relevance here

That time of the year

Time to burn a hole in the bank-roll. I'll be playing most of the weekend tournaments with buyins under $500, starting with the $215 buyin 1.2million guarantee tomorrow. Time to run good

2010 PokerStars World Championship of Online Poker schedule

Sunday, September 5th
13:00 ET: $215 NL Hold'em [6-Max]
15:00 ET: $10,300 NL Hold'em [High Roller]
17:00 ET: $215 NL Hold'em [2-Day]

Monday, September 6th
14:00 ET: $320 PL Omaha
17:00 ET: $215 NL Hold'em Shootout [6-Max]
20:00 ET: $215 NL Hold'em [Turbo, Rebuys]

Tuesday, September 7th
14:00 ET: $215 PL Draw
17:00 ET: $215 TBD
20:00 ET: $1,050 NL Hold'em [15-Min Levels]

Wednesday, September 8th
12:00 ET: $265 PL Omaha (Knockout)
14:00 ET: $320 NL Hold'em [Ante Up]
17:00 ET: $215 NL Hold'em [Heads-Up, 2-Day]

Thursday, September 9th
12:00 ET: $215 NL Hold'em
14:00 ET: $265 NL Hold'em [6-Max, Knockout]
17:00 ET: $215 Razz

Friday, September 10th
14:00 ET: $215 PL Omaha [6-Max]
17:00 ET: $215 NL Single Draw
20:00 ET: $109 8-Game [10-Min Levels]

Saturday, September 11th
13:00 ET: $109 NL Hold'em [10-Min Levels]
17:00 ET: $215 FL Hold'em

Sunday, September 12th
13:00 ET: $215 NL Hold'em
17:00 ET: $530 NL Hold'em [2-Day]

Monday, September 13th
14:00 ET: $215 NL Hold'em [4-Max]
17:00 ET: $320 Stud
20:00 ET: $215 PL Omaha [Turbo, 1 Rebuy, 1 Add-On]

Tuesday, September 14th
14:00 ET: $320 Mixed Hold'em [6-Max]
17:00 ET: $320 FL Badugi
20:00 ET: $1050 NL Hold'em [15-Min Levels]

Wednesday, September 15th
12:00 ET: $215 NL Hold'em [1 Rebuy, 1 Add-On]
14:00 ET: $530 NL Hold'em Triple Shootout [10-Max]
17:00 ET: $320 8-Game

Thursday, September 16th
12:00 ET: $215 NL Hold'em [6-Max]
14:00 ET: $320 PL Omaha [6-Max, 1 Rebuy, 1 Add-On]
17:00 ET: $320 FL Triple Draw 2-7

Friday, September 17th
14:00 ET: $215 NL Hold'em (Rebuys)
17:00 ET: $530 FL Omaha Hi/Lo
20:00 ET: $320 NL Hold'em [10-Min Levels]

Saturday, September 18th
13:00 ET: $530 NL Hold'em [Heads-Up, 2-Day]
15:00 ET: $25,500 NL Hold'em [High Roller Heads-Up, 2-Day]
17:00 ET: $320 HORSE

Sunday, September 19th
13:00 ET: $215 NL Hold'em
17:00 ET: $1,050 NL Hold'em [2-Day]

Monday, September 20th
14:00 ET: $320 PL Omaha [6-Max, Rebuys]
17:00 ET: $320 NL Hold'em [2X Chance]
20:00 ET: $265 NL Hold'em [Turbo, Knockout]

Tuesday, September 21st
14:00 ET: $320 Mixed [PLHE / PLO]
17:00 ET: $530 Stud Hi/Lo
20:00 ET: $1,050 NL Hold'em [15-Min Levels]

Wednesday, September 22nd
12:00 ET: $215 PL Omaha [6-Max]
14:00 ET: $215 NL Hold'em [Big Antes]
17:00 ET: $320 PL Omaha Hi/Lo

Thursday, September 23rd
12:00 ET: $215 NL Hold'em (Turbo)
14:00 ET: $530 NL Hold'em (Rebuys)
17:00 ET: $2,100 PL Omaha [6-Max]

Friday, September 24th
14:00 ET: $530 NL Hold'em [1 Rebuy, 1 Add-On]
17:00 ET: $1,050 FL Hold'em [6-Max]
20:00 ET: $215 NL Omaha H/L [10-Min Levels]

Saturday, September 25th
13:00 ET: $530 PL Omaha [Heads-Up Matches]
17:00 ET: $2,100 HORSE

Sunday, September 26th
13:00 ET: $215 NL Hold'em
15:00 ET: $10,300 8-Game [High-Roller]
17:00 ET: $5,200 NL Hold'em Main Event [2-Day]

Saturday, September 04, 2010

Four letters of philosophy

Love , pain, ............. fuck

Agent K: Hey look at it this way, Its better to love and lose than never to love.
Agent J : Try it