Archive for October 2011
Marriage Counselor: On a scale of one to ten, how would you rate the happiness of your marriage?
Jane Smith: 8.
John Smith: Wait. Could you clarify? Is 10 the highest? 10 being perfectly happy and 1 being totally miserable or…
Marriage Counselor: Just respond instinctively.
John Smith: Ok. Ready?
Jane Smith, John Smith: 8.
Jane Smith: There’s this huge space between us, and it just keeps filling up with everything that we *don’t* say to each other. What’s that called?
Marriage Counselor: Marriage.
John Smith: [during a car chase] I never told you, but I was married once before.
Jane Smith: [slams on the brakes]
John Smith: What’s wrong with you?
Jane Smith: [hitting John] You’re what’s wrong with me John.
John Smith: It was just a drunken Vegas thing.
Jane Smith: Oh, that’s better. That’s *much* better.
Jane Smith: What’s her name and social security number?
John Smith: No, you’re not gonna kill her.
Overview: Word of Honor is the fifth major novel by American writer Nelson DeMille and the first which involves the Vietnam War. It was originally published in 1985 by Warner Books. Time Magazine referred to it as “The Caine Mutiny of the 80′s”, while Publishers Weekly stated that it is comparable to the classic but has “wider implications”. The novel covers broad themes associated with war, crime and punishment, culpability of leaders, guilt, justice, honor, and the Vietnam War. Read the rest of this entry »
On me dit que le destin se moque bien de nous
Qu’il ne nous donne rien et qu’il nous promet tout
Parais qu’le bonheur est à portée de main,
Alors on tend la main et on se retrouve fou
Pourtant quelqu’un m’a dit … Read the rest of this entry »
Random footage clips taken in Amsterdam Read the rest of this entry »
Beautiful morning, beautiful people. Affordable accommodation, average breakfast, good oldies music , I cant complain much. Read the rest of this entry »
A few random footage clips taken in Luxembourg Read the rest of this entry »
The term is from the Middle English suppena and the Latin phrase sub poena meaning “under penalty”. The term may also be spelled “subpena”. Read the rest of this entry »
Salut! bois couronnés d’un reste de verdure!
Feuillages jaunissants sur les gazons épars!
Salut, dernier beaux jours! le deuil de la nature
Convient à la douleur et plaît à mes regards! Read the rest of this entry »
[Rod has just told Jerry he will keep him as his agent]
Jerry Maguire: That’s, that’s great. I’m very… happy.
Rod Tidwell: Are you listenin’? Read the rest of this entry »
Where does “good morning starshine, the earth say hello” come from?
A: Originally, it came from the musical “Hair”. It has later been used in other things, but that was what it was written for.
Perjalanan yang panjang itu ada simpang yang banyak,
Simpang yang elok dan tidak,
Penat mencoba setiap simpang, tapi harus tahu pulang ke pangkal jalan.
Banyak simpang yang menunggu,
Dan kita tidak bersendirian berjalan
pokok, angin dan langit..sentiasa disekeliling,
yang tidak bisa jemu,
tika setiap saat dan waktu
Perjalanan bukan bererti pulang,
Ia satu tempoh mengenal cinta, yang hilang.