I've learned - That our background and circumstances may have influenced who we are, but we are responsible for who we become.
HUKM Run for a Ray of Hope
Fresh from last Sunday's Terry Fox Run, this coming Sunday sees another charity run organized by the National University of M'sia to raise funds for the needy in PPUKM. The interesting part of the run is that it's held in UKM, Bangi - a venue I've not ran in before which should make this an interesting run.
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Kubler-Rose model’s of Grief (5 Stages)
Denial - Anger - Bargaining - Depression - AcceptanceThe five stages of grief when a person know he is dying, that was first mentioned in Kubler-Rose's book On Death and Dying. Those 5 stages can be applied to personal loss too.A recently biz screw-up left me going thru the same phases... except I am still... Continue Reading →
Kuyt is starting to show us why he's so highly rated by many football managers. It's to Rafa's credit we managed to get him playing for Liverpool.Two simple goals really but so simple they actually exemplified Kuyt's ability as an all-round striker. Perhaps his heading needs some work but otherwise he's as good a striker... Continue Reading →
Jamie Carragher’s 300 games for Liverpool
Well done, lad! Jamie Carragher, arguably one of the finest defenders in English football celebrated his landmark 300th games with Liverpool (his only club) last Sat when they played Reading at Anfield.A local boy made good.Jamie and Steven Gerrard with the Euro Cup won in 2005He's only 28 so there's every chance he'll surpass the... Continue Reading →
Latest Squash Rankings
THE RANKINGS Men: 1 Amr Shabana (Egy) 1406.250, 2. David Palmer (Aus) 1160.625, 3. Thierry Lincou (Fra) 883.333, 4. James Willstrop (Eng) 735.417, 5. Gregory Gaultier (Fra) 668.125, 6. Anthony Ricketts (Aus) 591.250, 7. Nick Matthew (Eng) 533.750, 8. Lee Beachill (Eng) 456.818, 9. Ramy Ashour (Egy) 430.417, 10. Karim Darwish (Egy) 416.250. Selected: 14.... Continue Reading →
Rotation is the new Zonal Marking
Alrite if you are still wondering whether Rotation is a good or bad thin', wonder no more. Read Paul Tomkin's debunking of the myth surrounding Liverpool... but then it's always sensationalism that sells newspaper.Paul debunk the myths not with emotions, feelings or opinions - all of which can be subjective - but with simple cold... Continue Reading →
RPM no joke lor
Poor Yan was nursing a swollen knee last nite, probably suffered while she was kneeing down when working on her laptop while at home (always thot the coffee table was at funny height!) and then excarbating it with the intense RPM workout.What is RPM?Note: This is not Yan's knees but I thot some pics help... Continue Reading →
Finally back on winning track…
After some bad weeks where Liverpool just couldn't seem to win any matches (and Rafa's Rotation Policy is called into question again), we finally starting winning matches, 3-1 at Aston Villa, 3-0 Bordeaux and hopefully another win this Sat with Reading........Not just wins but playing some good football as well.But gosh... look at Riise (left)... Continue Reading →