Service resumed

I know, it should've been resumed a week ago, but the annoying people at work are actually making me do work till late hours at night, so I basically never had any time to do anything but work and sleep and find some time to eat in the middle. The thing is, besides my regular responsibilities, I found myself also responsible for finishing the new office, including hiring the work force, buying the materials, hounding the interior designer, picking the furniture and doing all the legal work necessary as well. In short, I now possess all the knowledge necessary to now work as a contractor. My MBA professors would be so proud.

So yeah, I naturally took friday off, and by off I meant I slept and watched a marathon of bad movies (2 Jet Lee movies, Resident Evil 3 and RAMBO 4. Yes, fuckin Rambo 4. Beat that!) which left me really happy and giddy. I love bad movies, especially bad horror movies, because they always have this one cool scene in them. House of Wax had the famous kill Paris Hilton scene, which was simply awesome, and Resident Evil 3 has Ashanti killed by being plucked to death by a huge number of crows. If that doesn't give you the warm fuzzies inside….well, ok, so you are not a sick person, but damn man, don't you watch TV? THEY SO HAVE IT COMING. Fine, ok, so it's just me then. Whatever.

Anyway, let's begin! 

Comments

  1. I’ve been contemplating the new ‘Rambo’ since it came out on PPV. I want to watch a so-bad-it’s-good movie, but I fear the new ‘Rambo’ will be so-bad-it’s-bad. On the positive, I heard there’s a scene where Rambo kills an entire village with his knife.

  2. I totally agree that any movie starring Jet Lee is going to be horrible -thankfully, Jackie Chan was a bright spot in The Forbidden Kingdom, and that the Resident Evil series turned into absolute garbage once it left the PS1. However, Rambo is a legend, dude! The only Rambo that terribly sucked was Rambo 2, that was quite annoying at some parts.

    Cheers,

    Snake…

  3. alabossiere@cpservices.net says:
  4. Clean-Machine says:

    So where is the Obama post thingy, I want to plagiarise it and sell it to the daily News haha lol.

  5. egyptian borat says:

    oh i think you should take a look at dario argento…you probably know his daughter (horrendous thespian.) but he’s the king of cheese gore.

  6. Papa Ray says:

    SM, your not the only one who thinks Jindal would be the best choice for the U.S. Vice President.

    http://thehill.com/campaign-2008/gingrich-jindal-is-best-choice-for-vice-president-2008-06-15.html

    Papa Ray

  7. Sundance_City says:

    What a dilligent letter

    Dear Madam / Sir,

    I am writing to you now in order to express my profound concern about the possible upgrade of relations between the European Union and Israel and urge you to advocate for its rejection within the EU.

    Israel’s ongoing systematic violation of Palestinian human rights, its flaunting of both its international obligations and international law is well documented, as is its violation of commitments to the EU itself.

    As I understand it, under its ‘European Neighbourhood Policy’, the EU offers to neighbouring nations opportunities for political and economic co-operation. In turn, the EU expects these neighbouring states to respect and abide by EU values and practices, particularly those related to human rights, democracy, and the rule of law. In the case of Israel, I am concerned that the EU may be offering opportunities for social and economic cooperation and integration, but abandoning its expectation that Israel will respect and practice the central principles of human rights and international law.

  8. Dear Madam / Sir,

    I am writing to you now in order to express my profound concern about the possible upgrade of relations between the European Union and Hamas led Palestinian’s and urge you to advocate for its rejection within the EU.

    Hamas led Palestinian’s ongoing systematic violation of Israeli human rights, its flaunting of both its international obligations and international law is well documented, as is its violation of commitments to the EU itself.

    As I understand it, under its ‘European Neighbourhood Policy’, the EU offers to neighbouring nations opportunities for political and economic co-operation. In turn, the EU expects these neighbouring states to respect and abide by EU values and practices, particularly those related to human rights, democracy, and the RULE OF LAW. In the case of Hamas led Palestinian’s, I am concerned that the EU may be offering opportunities for social and economic cooperation and integration, but abandoning its expectation that Hamas led Palestinian’s will respect and practice the central principles of human rights and international law.

    Hamas led Palestinian’s have consistently and flagrantly denied the call for Israeli’s national and individual rights, violated international law, defied even the most basic guidelines of the Road Map as discussed at the Annapolis summit in November 2007, and failed to uphold it obligations to the EU under the Barcelona Process. Let me give some specifics:

    - Hamas has embarked on a siege of the Gaza Strip that has resulted in murder of Palestinian civilians, the denial of medical access, shortages of food, fuel and electricity and stands as a grave act of mismanagement and incompetence. This siege has been imposed amidst Hamas led Palestinian’s attacks on Israeli which have shown clear disregard for civilian lives. Water has been severely restricted and polluted in the Gaza Strip, with the Mediterranean now receiving 50 million litres of sewage per day because Gazans have no alternative. This is Hamas fault.

    - Hamas led Palestinian’s have continued to lob salvo after salvo of rockets into Israeli settlements throughout “Israel”.

    - In the last six months, Hamas led Palestinian’s have issued a call for murdering innocent Israeli civilians in settlements throughout the Israel.

    - In the last six months, Hamas led Palestinian’s have demolished a great number of Israeli structures as well as their own, including homes,

    - Hamas led Palestinian’s continue to operate over 600 rocket factories, weapons smuggling groups, and other militant and terrorists activities dedicated to the annihilation of the Israeli population.

    - Hamas led Palestinian’s have still not complied with the ruling of the International Court of Justice that determined that it must stop terroristic acts, remove those violent groups and ideology, and end the suffering of innocent citizens.

    - Through a series of restrictions, Hamas led Palestinian’s has consistently hindered implementation of the aid and welfare to the Palestinian people.

    - Hamas led Palestinian’s are in direct violation of its Association Agreement with the EU regarding rockets, bombs and weapons produced by its illegal arms factories. Despite the Association Agreement, Hamas led Palestinian’s continue to import weapons to Gaza as if they were imported or manufactured legally.

    In light of Hamas led Palestinian’s systematic breach of European Union, international, and human rights obligations, agreements and laws, the EU’s possible upgrade of its relationship with Hamas led Palestinian’s can only be viewed as a reward to unlawful behaviour. Hamas led Palestinian’s will certainly understand this upgrade as not just a condoning of its behaviour, but as a complete absence of consequences for its illegal and unethical policies and actions.

    Moreover, by upgrading its relationship with Hamas led Palestinian’s the EU would be discarding a key incentive to Hamas led Palestinian’s in proceeding with a just peace process. The EU has a vital opportunity here to play an active role in encouraging a just peace in the region; not by improving its relationship with Hamas led Palestinian’s regardless of its violation of international law, but as a reward for its compliance with international and human rights law and EU agreements.

    There is a great need for accountability at this critical juncture in EU-Hamas led Palestinian’s relations. It is imperative that the EU make clear to Hamas led Palestinian’s that the key to improving their relationship lies in embracing and implementing fully the goals and values of Europeans.

    I thank you in advance for urging the EU to uphold fair, consistent and objective standards in its dealings with neighbour states and to decide against the upgrade of its relationship with Hamas led Palestinian’s until it abides by international and human rights law and all EU agreements.

    Sincerely,