This week, Springbok fans can relax, sit back, enjoy not losing and reflect as the Wallabies and All Blacks square off in a Tri-Nations battle in Melbourne. Most Bok fans will be hoping for a Wallaby win as this will mean that the Bokke still have the tiniest of snowballs of retaining the Tri-Nations trophy by winning all of their home games with three bonus points. I prefer supporting the All Blacks over the Wallabies but my hope as far as what’s good for the Bokke is that the Wallabies win it by 8 points but don’t get 4 tries. I wouldn’t bet on it though
Monthly Archive:: July 2010
It looks like Renton’s ‘Top 10 80′s TV shows I feel should be made into movies‘ is edging closer to fruition, in some shape or form. Phil dropped this gem into the Bowl earlier today: MacGruber – The Ultimate Tool ‘In the 10 years since his fiancée was killed, special op MacGruber has sworn off a life of fighting crime with his bare hands. But when he learns that his country needs him to find a nuclear warhead that’s been stolen by his sworn enemy, Dieter Von Cunth (Val Kilmer), MacGruber figures he’s the only one tough enough for the job.
The A-Team has been made into a movie (as if you didn’t know) and is scheduled for release on the 20th of August. The movie stars Liam Neeson as ‘Hannibal’, Bradley Cooper as ‘Face’, Quinton ‘Rampage’ Jackson as ‘B.A. Baracus’ and our man Sharlto Copely (Wikus van der Merwe from ‘District 9′) as ‘Murdock’. The movie also stars hottie Jessica Biel and judging by the awesomeness below is going to be FiretrUcking excellent
The Springboks have now lost 3 games in a row after a rather mediocre couple of games against Italy. They have looked flat and unimaginative but talk of firing the coaches and senior players is premature. With so much emotion and passion vested in our team, when the Springboks lose, we are left hurt and let down and this soon turns to frustration, anger and throwing of phones, remotes and small children at TV sets. Emotions aside however, let’s have a closer look at the actual state of Springbok rugby
The proposed Protection of Information Bill has been dubbed a danger to democracy and met with opposition of just about all fronts. The Bill’s draconian legislation is a serious threat to the freedom of information, proposing a raft of changes in the way state information is classified and protected, whether it is passed or not remains to be seen
Work in design? Then this caliber of individual is probably not foreign to you. How some of these people achieve a position that grants them authority to execute decisions is unfathomable, though it does foster the belief that anything is possible. “I bought some photos of my dog. I want him to ride across the website on a skateboard, because people will like that!” Clients from Hell after the jump
Joy in its purest form