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  • Lazy Sunday thread….


    by Sunny
    15th June, 2008 at 5:27 am    

    I’ve been swamped with work past few days so posting has been a bit light. Hopefully will be back to normal this week. In the meantime, use this thread to share idle non-David Davis related news and information! I’ve been talking about this all weekend already and now need a break.


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    1. Desi Italiana — on 15th June, 2008 at 5:36 am  

      Monsoon rains have arrived here in Nepal. Hello wet days!

    2. Jhames — on 15th June, 2008 at 9:35 am  

      Am reeling for the revelation that you actually work, Sunny. I thought all you do is pontificate on your various online gobholes…

    3. douglas clark — on 15th June, 2008 at 11:11 am  

      Well, I’m heading out to take in Glasgows’ very own West End Festival, which has Samba dancers! Lots of them, apparently….

    4. digitalcntrl — on 15th June, 2008 at 2:23 pm  

      Not sure if linked this before….

      Simpsons on Indian Outsourcing…

      http://video.aol.com/video-detail/the-simpsons-india-outsourcing-modified/4015546024

    5. Sunny — on 15th June, 2008 at 6:30 pm  

      I know, its a shock to me that I have other work to do too. Dunno how I’m going to cope… especially when the weather outside is to nice.

    6. BenSix — on 15th June, 2008 at 7:53 pm  

      “I know, its a shock to me that I have other work to do too. Dunno how I’m going to cope… especially when the weather outside is to nice.”

      Well, this has been the last day of my holidays.

      The calm before the tedium, as it were.

    7. halima — on 15th June, 2008 at 8:13 pm  

      My Sunday has been decadent, decadent, decadent, bypassing burning tyres, to get to temples and then a facial with the girls and then went out to find food that wasn’t dal bat with Desi. There’s only so much dal bat one can have in a year.

    8. Desi Italiana — on 15th June, 2008 at 8:25 pm  

      “went out to find food that wasn’t dal bat with Desi. There’s only so much dal bat one can have in a year.”

      Halima and I were doing our share to keep world food prices down, because according to Bush, it’s our insatiable appetite for rice that is to blame for sky rocketing food prices.

    9. Muhamad {sallamahu'alayha, or something} — on 15th June, 2008 at 9:25 pm  

      Sunday afternoon

      Pinkblue sky in a child’s eyes

      iMac reflections

    10. Leon — on 16th June, 2008 at 12:15 am  

      Mine has been great! Spent the afternoon at my Granddad’s with my Dad, two Uncles and Aunt eating fine Bajan cooking, drinking rum, ignoring the cricket and have a good catch up with my cousin.:D

    11. digitalcntrl — on 16th June, 2008 at 2:16 am  

      “Halima and I were doing our share to keep world food prices down, because according to Bush, it’s our insatiable appetite for rice that is to blame for sky rocketing food prices.”

      Do you want to Super Size that order of rice ma’am?

      P.S. some nice poltical humor: http://politicalhumor.about.com/library/graphics/pricelessflagburner.jpg

    12. Desi Italiana — on 16th June, 2008 at 5:37 am  

      Muhamad:

      So nice that you linked to your blog rather than that ridiculous Facebook profile that no one can access, jaanam. I’ll be reading your stuff.

      digitalcntrl:

      “Do you want to Super Size that order of rice ma’am?”

      Hell yes. Make the portions as large as if you were feeding the Nepali Army (whose boys are pretty hot).

      Rice all for ME, ME, ME.

    13. Muhamad {sallamahu'alayha, or something} — on 16th June, 2008 at 4:35 pm  

      nafrat
      na
      hain
      mahabat
      hain
      main

      or something

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