Tuesday, January 26, 2010

Fort Minor-Remember The Name Official Music Video

You ready?! Lets go!
Yeah, for those of you that want to know what we're all about
It's like this y'all (c'mon!)

This is ten percent luck, twenty percent skill
Fifteen percent concentrated power of will
Five percent pleasure, fifty percent pain
And a hundred percent reason to remember the name!


Wednesday, January 20, 2010

In Response to an article in a blog of a Friend


MHF Umpires - "They maybe the best available but are they doing their job properly?"

Dear Sir, I believe the title of the topic hits it right on the nail.

Are the umpires doing their job properly?

To answer that we must look at the mechanism in place to check this. Game evaluation, Match Inspectors, Technical Officers capable of making proper review of matches. Granted there may not be enough $$ to look at Match inspectors but the role of Umpires Manager (UM) come into play in these occasions.

The UM both independently and collectively with the Technical Officer must do joint evaluations with the Umpiring team for the match.

With that mechnism in place we can say ... "Hey Guys, we have dat in place and this is what we are doing! This is the system in place... we have X number of umpire they have done this many games this is their rating. Yeah there are some good and some bad. The only down side to this is people will use this as ammunition against the umpires. Who said it was a fair world!!

Frankly its a dog-eat-dog world out there.

The final piece of this area, is such practice in place and these evaluation forwarded to the Technical Committee that does the appointment in a case by case basis. Then you can justify and fight back against comments and unnecessary remarks.

Integrity & Courage

The very players who harass and protect and do all the things you said wont even dare do it in an international arena. Is it coz they think they can get away with it? Or we are too weak to take action? And if we do take action as an Umpire will they back us up?

We all watch foreign match Umpires makes a good decision, good advantage lauded and applauded at the same time he makes a bad call he is criticized. Whats the beauty in this is they have the courage and integrity to say they are Right or they were Wrong.

Time and time again we have seen heard Umpires being made scapegoats and at the receiving end of brickbats. They get whacked by both sides and have little or no room to hit back. They bound by the Code of Conduct that they and the teams sign and yet surprisingly the Teams are not taken to task should they breach it but every ready to use it against a match official.

Dog-eat-dog world

I struggle to recall the last time i read in a by line or heard or seen in an interview "The Umpire had a good game." You will never hear these 5 words.

Lets look on the flip side, the player made and pass, a clumsy tackle, the keeper making a silly mistake you dun find the Teasm blaming them out right. We got to have the courage to call a spade a spade. Until that time its a dog-eat-doe out world there

Thank you Sir for allowing me to comment as I will be adding this to my blog as well.

Monday, January 18, 2010

Evanescence - Going Under

Is about someone in denial and cannot find the right and wrong thing to do about someone. It is about a person whom is hurting someone, but this person still loves him/her. Hence, this person is in a state of confusion...........this is such an angry song, i love it!

Tuesday, January 12, 2010

This Dance by Five For Fighting - listen to the words

yum yum movies to watch in 2010

Well being the movie buff that I am, I cant resist putting a movie I wanna see list... anyone of you who wanted to tag along let me know

'Avatar Part Two'
Starring: Sam Worthington
The Scoop: The next chapter of James Cameron's 3-D special effects bonanza is slated for 2010 (no release date as yet), but at this point the only character that's sure to return is Jake Sully (Worthington).
Genre: Action/Fantasy
- m not sure watching the same style of movie making second time around would ahve the viewers in awe?


'Shutter Island' (Martin Scorsese)
Starring: Leonardo DiCaprio, Mark Ruffalo, Ben Kingsley, Emily Mortimer, Michelle Williams
The Scoop: Martin Scorsese's adaptation of the 2003 best-selling crime thriller novel by the same name re-hashes the frightening story of two men trapped in a prison for the mentally ill in 1950s America.
Genre: Action/Thriller

- its got Ben Kingsly a star

'The Wolfman,' (Joe Johnston)
Starring: Benicio Del Toro, Emily Blunt, Hugo Weaving and Anthony Hopkins
The Scoop: Del Toro stars as a good-natured man who transforms into a savage wolf by moonlight in this special effects-packed horror remake set in 19th century England.
Genre: Horror/Thriller

- the fact is not a Hugh Jackman movie thingy but Benicio Del Toro (if you dont know him by now) and Hugo Weaving and Anthony Hopkins hubba hubba


'Alice in Wonderland,' (Tim Burton)
Starring: Johnny Depp, Helena Bonham Carter, Mia Wasikowska
The Scoop: Movie goer's appetites have been whetted by early trailers for Tim Burton's surreal 3D tale based on Lewis Carroll's surreal children's classics, which combines live action and animation.
Genre: Adventure/Fantasy
- Johnny Depp just for him I go and watch and plus Helena Bonham Carter


- nothing so far


'Iron Man 2,' (Jon Favreau)
Starring: Robert Downey Jr., Don Cheadle, Gwyneth Paltrow, Scarlett Johansson, Mickey Rourke, Samuel L. Jackson
The scoop: Now that the world knows of billionaire superhero Tony Stark's escapades, the military wants to get their hands on his incredible inventions in the star-studded follow up to 2008's "Iron Man."
Genre: Action

- let me breath a little.... RDJ, Mickey Rouke ( always underrated superstar) and my man Samuel L. Jackson

'Robin Hood,' (Ridley Scott)
Starring: Cate Blanchett, Russell Crowe
The scoop: "Gladiator" director Ridley Scott is back together with Crowe, one of his favorite collaborators, in this remake of the epic tale of an altruistic bandit who steals from the rich and gives to the poor.
Genre: Action/Adventure/Drama

- hmm Russle Crowe maybe la



'The A-Team,' (Joe Carnahan)
Starring: Bradley Cooper, Liam Neeson, Sharlto Copley, Quinton 'Rampage' Jackson
The Scoop: A big-screen remake of the 1980s adventure comedy television series that follows the crime-busting antics of B.A.Baracus and his crew of do-good vigilantes.
Genre: Action

- it be interesting to see who got Murdoch role

'Shrek Forever After,' (Mike Mitchell)
Starring (voices): Mike Myers, Eddie Murphy, Cameron Diaz, Antonio Banderas, Julie Andrews, Justin Timberlake, Jon Hamm, Paul McCartney, Amy Sedaris and Maya Rudolph
The Scoop: The jolly green ogre is back for more adventures with most of the original cast voices, but bigger, better C.G.I. effects.
Genre: Animated/Family

- always worth watching

'Toy Story 3,' (Lee Unkrich)
Starring (voices): Tom Hanks, Tim Allen, Joan Cusack, Michael Keaton, Whoopi Goldberg and Timothy Dalton
The Scoop: More than 10 years after the last installment, toy-owner Andy goes to college, leaving Woody, Buzz and the toy-box gang to fend for themselves in a day-care center.
Genre: Animated/Family

- must must must c


'The Expendables,' (Sylvester Stallone)
Starring: Sly Stallone, Jason Statham, Jet Li, Bruce Willis, Brittany Murphy and Arnold Schwarzenegger
The Scoop: Stallone directs and also co-stars in this action movie as part of a band of mercenaries tasked with overthrowing a South American dictator.
Genre: Action

- Wait a minute - Rocky, Jet Li, Yippie Ka yea Bruce Willis and Terminator in one movie??



'Chronicles of Narnia: The Voyage of the Dawn Treader,' (Michael Apted)
Starring: Ben Barnes, Skandar Keynes, Georgie Henley, Will Poulter, Eddie Izzard, Liam Neeson
The Scoop: The Pevensie siblings head back to Narnia where they take a dangerous sea voyage with Prince Caspian, fending off a barrage of villainous magical creatures in all forms.
Genre: Action/Fantasy
- must see

Friday, January 08, 2010

WE MAY have a new National Coach

Roelant Oltmans

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Roelant Oltmans (Oegstgeest, 1954) Is a Dutch hockey coach. He is currently coach of the men's team of Larensche Mixed Hockey Club, this he has been coach of the Dutch Men's teamwomen's team. and

The career of Oltmans had several successes. His first big win was with Dutch ladies team. He was coach from 1989 to 1993 and was 1990 world in Sydney.

In 1993 he transferred to the men's team. Six years after he won the World Cup in Sydney with the team Olympic Games in Atlanta. In 1998 He was world champion with the men in Utrecht.

After his success in hockey Oltmans moved over to the football. Until 2002 Oltmans was technical director of football NAC. Through an adventure in hockeyclub Little Switzerland2003 as coach of the National team of Pakistan during the Olympic Games Athens and had to end this feature 2004. In 2005 He returned as coach of the national male team. This position he held until the Summer 2008, Where the Netherlands was 4th. Oltmans began late


Personally, we dun have short term and long term objectives, we don't have a proper foundation... if anyone if expecting instant result I am truly sorry. Having a national coach is not only handling the national team but looking at the feeder system and and bottom to top review of the playing, managing and development infrastructure in the country.

If you are not prepared to do that or allowed to do that we.. no point isnt it.