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« on: September 07, 2010, 02:10:46 AM »

« on: September 01, 2010, 04:12:04 PM »

Sports / Official Premier League Fantasy Is Back
« on: August 10, 2010, 01:48:51 PM »
The official Premierleague fantasy is back. You can create your own team and join a public league. The most interesting way of playing this however is joining a private leauge. I have created one called CLASH OF THE TITANS and here is the private code you will need: 1111105-246270

Jokes / Dancing Traffic Cop in Nigeria
« on: August 03, 2010, 01:44:49 PM »
Isn't this traffic polic enjoying his job?

Movies / TV / Soap Opera / Welcome to Lagos
« on: April 18, 2010, 10:41:21 PM »
BBC2 started a documentary on Lagos called 'Welcome to Lagos'

Watch it online here:

Irrespective of what the selfish rich or average Lagosians feel about this, I think it is nice to know people like that live in unity and sincere hardwork while we don't even know a place like that exists not too far from your Governor's office.

Sports / Martins fires Nigeria to South Africa(AFP)
« on: November 14, 2009, 06:17:09 PM »

Jokes / A Nigerian in London - Apologies to una o
« on: November 02, 2009, 02:50:39 AM »
A MUST READ (I apologise to any Nigerian's who read this and get offended, but you got to see the funny side to it????)
I did not come to England to take pictures of Big Ben or tour London Bridge .
I just wanted to get paid and get even with those colonials. With a name like Ogundele Kayode Omobrukutu, I could not even buy a bus pass let alone open a bank account.
This is my story...
It took me 6 months to study the system, but I still could not figure out my squares and circus's. I could not travel from Leicester Circus to Oxford Square without getting lost. I was a YMCA (Young Money Chasing African) when I joined the FRAUD (Fine Rich Africans United in Deals). It took me 3 months to attain my ACCA (Advanced Certificate for Criminal Africans) and I needed
an MBA (Major Bank Account to do my first HND (Heavy Nigerian Deal).
I arranged to meet this guy at Animal and Something I mean Elephant and Castle. We were supposed to meet at 10.00am. I got there at 11.30am and he turned up at 1.30pm. He pulled up in a Mercedes 500SL with a private number plate - 419 ADE. He was a definite Nigerian, he had it all - leather jacket in summer, air condition on full blast with his roof and windows down whilst smoking cigar and choking on his smoke just to impress me. Being a fellow Nigerian I was more than impressed. He introduced himself as Adepujo Kunle Babatunde and asked me to call him Ade or Babs. He spoke with a strong Nigerian accent but he messed the whole language up by slanging - he sounded like a Canadian born Chinese living in Germany and studying French. I had not been in the country for long but I could tell that Omo (my man), was trying hard to be British.
After hanging with Ade for about 2 months I became an OBE (Opportunist Bank Employee) and specialised in BBC (Breaking Bank Codes). Money was flowing and I wanted more so I did my PhD (Passport Handling Degree) and became an FBI (Fraudster Bringing Immigrants). My status changed drastically...I had a BMW 328is convertible and a Porsche 911 with a private plate - 911 OMO and living in a council flat and signing on. I went to Moonlighting every Friday and drank champagne and danced to music supplied by DJ Pace and Skills. I became foolish - I remember one night I spent over a 1,000 on just champagne at the club and had no money for petrol so I walked home.
My downfall.... Greed and selfishness inevitably led to my downfall - I got involved with a CIA (Cash Investing Agent) and we did a couple of GMTs (Good Money Transfers) but he later turned out to be a CID (Cop in Disguise).
I was under surveillance and I did not even know. I left the NHS (Nigerian Housing Scheme) early that morning with about 12 different chequebooks to go and do my business. They followed me to the high road and it was then it hit me that something was wrong. I could not leave all that evidence in my car so I started chewing my cheque books. I ate 8 before they pulled me over. They read me my rights and all that crap and all I could say was - OGA, water please!

AUTHOR: Dele Vincent

« on: August 15, 2009, 01:02:23 AM »
It's time to kick it again in the Official Premierleauge Fantasy Game. If you have not registered, visit to register now.

You are specially invited to my private league: CLASH OF THE TITANS
All you need is to copy and paste this code in: 26578-279104

« on: August 03, 2009, 04:09:06 PM »
You know what they say... ALL MEN ARE DOGS!

Sports / Death Snatches Player on Football Pitch
« on: July 14, 2009, 05:39:47 PM »
Death snatches player on pitch; this is scary...

« on: July 01, 2009, 01:35:55 PM »

I like this kid's voice anytime, anyday, anysong

World News / BREAKING NEWS: Michael Jackson dies
« on: June 25, 2009, 11:12:04 PM »

Sports / U.S. upsets Spain to reach Confederations Cup final
« on: June 25, 2009, 08:02:42 AM »
[float=left][/float]BLOEMFONTEIN, South Africa (AP) - The United States ended Spain's record winning streak with a 2-0 upset victory Wednesday that gave it an unlikely but deserved place in the Confederations Cup final.

Jozy Altidore and Clint Dempsey exposed a sluggish Spanish defense and Tim Howard make several quality saves to stop Spain's record run at 15 wins and put the Americans into their first FIFA men's final at any level.

Altidore took a deflected pass from Dempsey in the 27th minute, turned Joan Capdevila and beat Iker Casillas with a shot that bounced off the goalkeeper's hand and into the net.

Spain was caught on the break when Landon Donovan crossed into the goalmouth where two defenders misplayed the ball before Dempsey slotted it home in the 74th.

"We knew we had to pick and choose our moments to go forward," Dempsey said. "We're happy with the result and we know we're going to have our work cut out to get anything out of the final."

The Americans, who will face either Brazil or host South Africa in Sunday's final, survived despite playing the final minutes without Michael Bradley, who was sent off in the 87th for a lunging tackle.

Spain hadn't been beaten since a loss to Romania in November 2006.

"To beat an amazing team like Spain and make the final. It's big," United States coach Bob Bradley said. "We played as hard as we could and that's what it took."

Spain coach Vicente Del Bosque had warned his players not to be complacent, yet his team defense was tottering for much of the game.

"Losing is never good," Del Bosque said. "We're not used to losing."

The Americans knew all about it after losses to Brazil and Italy in their first two games. The team only squeezed into the semifinals because it scored more goals than a sagging Italy.

"I can't explain it any more than you can," Howard said. "Sports is funny sometimes, but when you put your mind to something, you can achieve it."

Against Spain's finest from Barcelona, Real Madrid and the Premier League, the United States had heart, grit and a big dose of luck. The Americans were outshot 29-9, but they still had enough for their biggest result since reaching the quarterfinals of the 2002 World Cup.

Altidore's goal was the first time in the tournament that Spain conceded a goal. It was also the first time in 451 minutes the European champions conceded a goal since Turkey's Semih Senturk scored on April 1.

Suddenly and unexpectedly, Spain had a real struggle on its hands.

Against the 14th-ranked Americans, Spain came into the game showing little to nothing of the Red Fury that gave it the team its nickname. All the fire and determination came from a U.S. team that was never intimidated by Spain's record winning streak.

Donovan demonstrated the eagerness with two fouls in the opening five minutes, earning him a quick yellow card.

Adding flair beyond stamina, Charlie Davies executed a near perfect bicycle kick in the seventh minute which only just went wide.

Often though, Spain's famed midfield did show its own brilliance. But unlike so often, something always went wrong at the last station, either because of an imprecise pass, a crushing tackle or a block from Oguchi Onyewu or his fellow defenders.

"We lacked a little of our usual touch," Del Bosque said. "We played a very difficult rival who took us head on."

Both David Villa and Fernando Torres, the tournament's top scorers, came close to adding a fourth goal to their tally in the first half. But when the United States defense finally failed, as it did it in the 44th minute on another fluent move, Howard could be counted on to make a tough stop on a shot from Torres.

The United States goalkeeper pulled off a great one-handed save from an angled shot from Villa in the 48th minute to keep his team ahead.

The attacks, though, just kept coming and it seemed a matter of time before the underdogs would finally crumble. The Americans never did.

In the 54th, Spain wanted a penalty when Xavi Hernandez was run into the ground by Donovan as he was chasing a pass from Cesc Fabregas. Howard then deflected a fierce shot from Sergio Ramos onto the post and out in the 65th minute, and the Americans kept blocking everything which came its way.
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United States: Tim Howard, Jay DeMerit, Carlos Bocanegra, Oguchi Onyewu, Jonathan Spector, Michael Bradley, Ricardo Clark, Clint Dempsey (Jonathan Bornstein, 88), Landon Donovan, Charlie Davies (Benny Feilhaber, 69), Jozy Altidore (Conor Casey, 83).

Spain: Iker Casillas, Sergio Ramos, Gerard Pique, Carles Puyol, Joan Capdevila, Xabi Alonso, Albert Riera (Juanma Mata, 78), Cesc Fabregas (Santi Cazorla, 68), Xavi Hernandez, David Villa, Fernando Torres.


« on: June 03, 2009, 11:24:49 PM »
Enjoy these series of funny footbal pix. I no fit shout:

Sports / BARCELONA v UNITED 09 - Review of the ex great games
« on: May 26, 2009, 02:37:35 PM »

« on: May 16, 2009, 04:41:47 PM »
[float=left][/float]United sealed a hat-trick of titles thanks to a workmanlike goalless draw at home to great rivals Arsenal on Saturday.

Cristiano Ronaldo came closest to winning the match for United with a wicked second-half free-kick that flew just wide of the right-hand upright, but in truth neither side did enough to warrant the three points.
The title is United's third in succession and sees them equal Liverpool's record of 18 English top-flight league wins, 11 of those coming in the Premier League era.

"It was the longest 90 minutes in history," joked Ferguson.

"There was only one save in the match - it was a cautious match."

special moment

When asked whether equalling Liverpool's record was a special moment, Ferguson added: "It'll make it more special when we are in front of them. Next year we are going for it again.

He added: "It's a great side, a great squad. I could have picked two teams today. It's not easy."

Ferguson admitted equalling Liverpool's record had been his target at the start of his Old Trafford reign, although he always knew it would be tough.

"That was the target because they were the greatest side in the land," he said. "But I never thought we could get 11 titles - never in a million years."

Ferguson added that retirement still remains a distant proposition despite his advancing years.

He said: "I'm not contemplating it. I'll carry on. I'm going to stay as a manager and my health will tell me when to quit."

Cristiano Ronaldo enjoyed the title celebrations as Manchester United clinched another championship.

Ronaldo said: "It's brilliant, the atmosphere here is unbelievable, the supporters screaming, singing songs... it's amazing."

The 24-year-old was delighted to have helped the Red Devils to an 11th Premier League title at Old Trafford.

"It's a fantastic achievement, to win at home the Premier League again, it's a brilliant feeling - always brilliant." he said. "All the supporters and all the fans are brilliant.

"I try to do my best all the time. We win the league and now we go to win the Champions League.

"We have to enjoy this moment. This moment is very special. In the next two or three days we have to concentrate on the Champions League because everyone wants to win this competition."

unbelievable feeling

Striker Wayne Rooney revealed his delight at clinching another title with United.

"It's an unbelievable feeling. Thankfully we got the job done today," he said. "The last few years have been unbelievable so hopefully we can continue that."

Gary Neville, who picked up the trophy, hailed his team's strength in depth as the key factor in United's 18th championship success.

"The quality and depth of the squad, during the season, we've never really had a consistent team. We've had 20 players... Kiko (Federico) Macheda himself could have won us the league and he's not even got a medal today," Neville said.

"It was an incredible effort all year round. Today it was a brilliant performance, the lads really dug in against a good Arsenal performance."

Neville was particularly delighted with his team's league triumph given the extent to which they have been challenged by Liverpool in the title race.

"It's a fantastic achievement," added the 34-year-old. "They (Liverpool) pushed us really hard this season and they finished in championship form themselves.

"Next season we know we'll have our work cut out to make sure we do it again and get past them."

Sports / Arsenal vs Man U Champions League semi-final highlights
« on: May 06, 2009, 04:29:44 PM »
Arsenal vs Manchester United Champions League May 2009 semi-final. Home and Away Goal highlights. Click the link below to watch:

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Moderator Meks, please delete

Religion / HIS WILL
« on: May 06, 2009, 12:19:44 AM »
God's waiting till you fully submit to His will. Here's a gospel:

Music / T.I. OBAMA- Whatever I Like Twist: CREATIVITY
« on: May 04, 2009, 01:32:54 PM »
This is an amazing video with cool lyrics.  ;D

« on: May 01, 2009, 06:15:50 PM »
To all Fantasy Premier League gurus, you are specially invited to my Private league called: CLASH OF THE TITANS. This is your invitation code to copy and paste in: 1488106-388128

Just in case you don't even know about it, you can register here:

General Discussion / My Internet Payday - A scam
« on: April 29, 2009, 11:49:28 PM »

« on: April 18, 2009, 02:33:36 PM »
Malachi 3:3 says; 'He will sit as a refiner and purifier of silver.'

This verse puzzled some women in a bible study and they wondered what this statement meant about the character and nature of God. One of the women offered to find out the process of refining silver and get back to the group at their next Bible Study.

That week, the woman called a silversmith and made an appointment to watch him at work. She didn't mention anything about the reason for her interest beyond her curiosity about the process of refining Silver.  As she watched the silversmith, he held a piece of silver over the fire and let it heat up. He explained that in refining silver, one needed to hold the silver in the middle of the fire where the flames were hottest as to burn away all the impurities.

The woman thought about God holding us in such a hot spot; then she thought again about the verse that says: 'He sits as a refiner and purifier of silver.' She asked the silversmith if it was true that he had to sit there in front of the fire the whole time.  The man answered that yes, he not only had to sit there holding the silver, but he had to keep his eyes on the silver the entire time it was in the fire. If the silver was left a moment too long in the flames, it would be destroyed.

The woman was silent for a moment. Then she asked the silversmith, 'How do you know when the silver is fully refined?'

He smiled at her and answered, 'Oh, that's easy; when I see my image in it.'

If today you are feeling the heat of the fire, remember that God has his eye on you and will keep watching you until He sees His image in you.

Share this link as someone needs to know this moment that God is watching over him or her.

  'Life is a coin. You can spend it anyway you wish, but you can only spend it once.'

Sports / Man U scales through Porto to Champions League semi-final
« on: April 15, 2009, 11:13:12 PM »
[float=left][/float]It was a tense 3-2 aggregate victory as Man United became the first British side to win at the Estadio do Dragao in 23 attempts over 41 years, and their reward is an all-Premier League semi-final against Arsenal.

After a month of shambolic defending and uncertainty, this was the solid, secure United that earlier this season set a record number of consecutive Premier League clean sheets.

Rio Ferdinand must take much credit for this on his return from a groin injury. While he did not have an outstanding game individually, his constant communication appeared to imbue his colleagues with improved positional sense and confidence.

Nemanja Vidic, in particular, looked much improved from his poor displays against Liverpool, Sunderland and the first leg against Porto.

Porto fielded the same starting 11 that performed so admirably at Old Trafford a week earlier, but were without their charismatic coach Jesualdo Ferreira, who served a touchline ban.

The punishment was the result of a misguided appeal against a sanction from earlier in the competition, and Ferreira opted not even to turn up to the stadium, leaving his assistant Jose Gomez to his own devices.

United failed to control the first leg, allowing Porto to snatch a late 2-2 draw, but grabbed the return fixture by the scruff of the neck. Or rather, Ronaldo did.

The winger has been widely criticised for performing below his best this season, but for all the carping he remains a fairly useful player - if not the world's best, then certainly still in the top 10.

He has 20 goals to his name this campaign and has lost none of his sense of occasion.

After five minutes of barracking from the Porto fans - a product of his former association with rivals Sporting Lisbon - Ronaldo unleashed a firecracker from nearly 40 yards that whooshed past Helton into the top-left corner.

Take that, naysayers.

In an instant, all the angst about Mariano Gonzalez's late equaliser in the first leg disappeared.

United had regained the aggregate advantage and could once again lead from the front. Although Porto improved as the half went on, they were reduced to half-chances - the best of these came to Bruno Alves who beat Vidic in the air but sent his header just wide.

United fans held their breath when Wayne Rooney pulled up in pain on 37 minutes after a challenge from Rolando.

The England striker has had a tough history against Portuguese opponents. He suffered a broken metatarsal against Portugal at Euro 2004, then another following a Paulo Ferreira tackle versus Chelsea in 2006. Then he was sent off - after an intervention from Ronaldo - for a stamp at that year's World Cup, again against Portugal.

While United could have been forgiven for fearing the worst, the 23-year-old hobbled around briefly before shaking the injury off.

Porto created little in the second half, but the knowledge that a single home goal would send the holders out meant jitters crept in.

United have not forgotten the late Costinha goal that allowed Jose Mourinho's Porto to topple them in 2004, and the failure to add more breathing space made for a tense finale.

Edwin van der Sar's horribly bobbled clearance on 82 minutes typified the anxiety, yet in truth he had little to do except make some routine saves from Hulk and Lisandro Lopez.

After the pyrotechnics at Stamford Bridge on Tuesday, this was much more like the tense, tight Champions League we know.

But United know what it takes to win and did just enough to set up an all-English semi-final.

Music / AMAZING - Beatboxing flute inspector gadget remix
« on: April 15, 2009, 04:24:47 PM »

The quarter-final second leg finished 4-4 with Chelsea going through 7-5 on aggregate and the eight-goal thriller at Stamford Bridge must rank as one of the all-time European classics.

Liverpool trailed 3-1 from the first leg at Anfield and when Fabio Aurelio's clever free-kick then Xabi Alonso's penalty gave the Reds a 2-0 half-time lead to make it 3-3 on aggregate it raised hopes of an amazing comeback.

However, Didier Drogba's flick deceived Reds goalkeeper Jose Reina, who palmed the ball into his own goal early in the second period to initiate a Chelsea revival.

dug deep

A brutal free-kick from Alex and a tap-in from Frank Lampard sent them ahead for 3-2, but courageous Liverpool dug deep with Lucas and then Dirk Kuyt putting them back in front at 4-3 on the night. But the crucial final goal needed to make it hrough eluded them, and instead Lampard fired in his second in a nail-biting finish.


Religion / HAPPY EASTER - His Resurrection Brought Life to all...
« on: April 12, 2009, 12:53:16 AM »
His Resurrection Brought Life to all...

"Why seek the living amongst the dead?"

The word 'Living' is a symbolism that have a million (positive) meanings. It means life, wealth, power, fruitfulness and the list goes on...

His resurrection brings you hope in all areas of your life. By His Resurrection, life is brought back to you, your spiritual life, your work, your studies, your business, your career, your marriage, your... It's Unlimited

Claim it today! Claim it forever!

Religion / Everything by Lifehouse: Skit & Track with embedded lyrics
« on: April 02, 2009, 02:31:38 PM »
The best Christian track I ever heard; the best Christian skit I've ever seen

The Skit

The Track with lyrics

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