Friday, July 31, 2009

Press One For English

I just liked this one.

Tuesday, May 12, 2009

Just For Fun

The exclusive 4 minute extended version of the moment 13,500 people sang Hey Jude together in Trafalgar Square. Everyone involved arrived thinking they could be dancing - no-one had any idea how the event would unfold.

Saturday, May 09, 2009

Mad Tiger Movie Review


I went and watched the Star Trek prequel yesterday starring Chris Pine as James T. Kirk, Zachary Quinto as Spock, Leonard Nimoy as Spock Prime, Karl Urban as Bones, Zoe Saladana as Uhura, Simon Pegg as Scotty, John Cho as Sulu, Anton Yelchin as Chekov and Bruce Greenwood as Capt. Christopher Pike.

The film opens with the Federation starship USS Kelvin investigating a "lightning storm" in space. It turns out to be a black hole, and the Narada, a Romulan mining vessel, emerges from it and attacks. The Kelvin's captain, Richard Robau is captured and killed by the Romulan captain Nero. First officer George Kirk takes command and sacrifices himself and the Kelvin by ramming it into the Romulan ship in order to allow the rest of the crew to escape. During the escape, George's wife Winona gives birth to a son: James Tiberius Kirk.

About 22 years later, Kirk grows into an intelligent but reckless young man. He meets Uhura and Captain Christopher Pike in a bar in Iowa, where Pike convices Kirk to enlist in Starfleet Academy and follow in his father's footsteps. During his eventful education on Earth, he is suspended for cheating on the Kobayashi Maru designed by the half-Vulcan, half-human Spock. Despite this, Kirk is smuggled onboard the USS Enterprise by his friend, Dr. Leonard "Bones" McCoy, as it is sent on its first mission to investigate a distress signal originating from the planet Vulcan; Captain Pike commands the ship, with Spock as his first officer, and Uhura is also assigned to the ship. En-route, Kirk realizes that the situation is similar to the one 25 years ago when his father died and, with the help of Uhura and McCoy, manages to convince Pike and Spock that the Enterprise is heading into a trap. When the Enterprise arrives, they find the rest of the Starfleet ships destroyed and Nero's ship, the Narada, using a drilling apparatus to tunnel to the planet's core. After promoting Spock to captain and Kirk to first officer, Pike surrenders to Nero, giving Kirk and Hikaru Sulu a chance to destroy the drill. Nevertheless, Nero destroys Vulcan with a small amount of "red matter", dropped into the planet's core, which creates a black hole that consumes the planet from within. Six billion of the Vulcan people die, including Spock's human mother, Amanda.

Nero puts the Narada on a course for Earth with the intention of destroying it. Kirk wants to follow Nero immediately, but Spock insists that the Enterprise should regroup with the fleet as per their orders. Spock has Kirk forcibly removed from the Enterprise and stranded on the nearby ice planet Delta Vega, only for him to be rescued by an aging Vulcan who reveals himself to be Ambassador Spock. This elderly Spock explains that, 120 years in the future, he tried to save the Romulan planet from being destroyed by a nearby supernova, using the red matter in his ship to create a black hole that would neutralise the threat. Though Spock did not complete his mission in time to save Romulusresulting in Nero's vow to take revenge on Spock and the Federationhe stopped the supernova, and the resulting black hole transported Spock's ship and the Narada into the past. Spock takes Kirk to a nearby Starfleet outpost and introduces him to Montgomery Scott, a master engineer and pioneer of transporter technology. Scott and Kirk are transported back to the Enterprise and, taking Ambassador Spock's advice, Kirk goads the younger Spock into attacking him and demonstrating that he is "emotionally compromised". As a result, Spock relieves himself of command; because Kirk is the next-highest ranking officer, he becomes the new captain of the Enterprise.

Captain Kirk takes the Enterprise to Earth, intending to stop the Narada on his own. Spock, Scott and math-whiz Pavel Chekov figure out a way to lie in wait for the Narada and beam aboard, allowing Kirk and Spock to stage a surprise attack. While Spock steals Ambassador Spock's captured ship and lures the Narada away from Earth, Kirk rescues Pike. With the assistance of the Enterprise, Spock then rams Ambassador Spock's ship into the Narada, detonating the red matter and creating a black hole that, aided by a full barrage of the Enterprise's weaponry, destroys the Narada completely. Kirk, Spock and Pike are rescued by the Enterprise via transporter, which is in turn saved from being pulled into the black hole by Scott. Back on Earth, Kirk is commended, promoted to captain and given permanent command of the Enterprise from Pike, now a Fleet Admiral. Ambassador Spock visits his younger self and explains that he helped Kirk directly because he wanted to ensure that the young Spock and Kirk would come to an understanding of each other and become friends. The younger Spock, convinced to stay with Starfleet, requests to be posted to the Enterprise as first officer and Kirk accepts. As the Enterprise warps away, the elder Spock recites the series' motto.

I really enjoyed this film. I thought it was great that Leonard Nimoy came back to reprise his role as Spock. The graphics were really good in this film. I give Star Trek 5 tiger paws.

Tuesday, April 07, 2009

Who Does Obama Respect More?

A telling picture. Obama bent over double virtually grovelling to the Saudi King after failing to give the same respect to the monarch of our closest allies the British.

Personally I find this disturbing and it raises serious doubts about where his loyalties really lie

Monday, April 06, 2009

muslim justifys sex with infants mostly chatroom

How sick can islam sink. muslim tries to justify shi'ite islamic teaching on sex with babies. check out

Friday, April 03, 2009

Mad Tiger Movie Review

I have been really busy that last few weeks and haven’t had time to go watch a film. But today I went and watched Knowing with Nicolas Cage as John Koestler, Chandler Canterbury as Caleb Koestler, Rose Byrne as Diana Wayland.

In 1958, as part of the dedication ceremony for a new elementary school, a group of students is asked to draw pictures to be stored in a time capsule. But one mysterious girl fills her sheet of paper with rows of apparently random numbers instead. Fifty years later, a new generation of students examines the capsule's contents and the girl's cryptic message ends up in the hands of young Caleb Koestler. But it is Caleb's father, professor John Koestler, who makes the startling discovery that the encoded message predicts with pinpoint accuracy the dates, death tolls and coordinates of every major disaster of the past 50 years. As John further unravels the document's chilling secrets, he realizes the document foretells three additional events -- the last of which hints at destruction on a global scale and seems to somehow involve John and his son. When John's attempts to alert the authorities fall on deaf ears, he takes it upon himself to try to prevent more destruction from taking place. With the reluctant help of Diana Wayland and Abby Wayland, the daughter and granddaughter of the now-deceased author of the prophecies, John's increasingly desperate efforts take him on a heart-pounding race against time until he finds himself facing the ultimate disaster -- and the ultimate sacrifice.

This film got my interest and held on to my interest the whole film. It has an interesting premise. Would you do something to change a disaster if you knew where and when it was going to happen? What if you did try to stop them and you couldn’t? I liked this film. I give it 4 tiger paws.

Friday, March 13, 2009

Arab Intellectual - Muslim Failure

Former Dean of Islamic Law at Qatar University Abd Al-Hamid Al-Ansari Speaks Out in Support of US Presence in the Middle East.

A refreshing and extremely rare admission of reality from the middle east. An arab muslim who unlike the majority concedes that the pathetic state of arabs is down to their own failings and not the fault of anyone else.

Among other things Al-Hamid Al-Ansari speaks of the fantasy world arabs seem to inhabit concerning such things as their imaginary victories over Israel and touches on the marginilisation of women in muslim societies.

Egyptian Cleric - Genocide The Jews

Egyptian Cleric Muhammad Hussein Yaqoub: The Jews Are the Enemies of muslims Regardless of the Occupation of Palestine.An Egyptian cleric bluntly states that muslims can never rest until the Jews have been genocided. Regardless of Palestine.

Which should really open peoples eyes to the fact that the manic hatred over Palestine has nothing whatsoever to do with a tiny patch of land that amounts to a fraction of 1% of arab territory.

Palestine is merely a smoke screen for Jew hatred. It may be that the world will be forced to genocide the muslims to end this insanity. Because the spite shown by all muslims everywhere over this tiny patch of land is mainstream.

Finding any mulim anywhere who doesn't foam at the mouth over the existence of Israel is rare if not unknown. Which leads us to the conslusion that this madness will never stop until islam and muslims are stopped.

Note that it's suggested one reason to genocide the Jews is that they are "infidels" The majority of the world are infidels so the implication is that muslims want to genocide every non muslim in the world.

I presume the world isn't suicidal enough to allow such a primitive, backward group to carry out this dream.