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December 31st, 2002
Gollum and ‘Solemn’


This is mainly for my cousin but I thought I’d share it with all of you. “Stole my precious……!


Posted at 9:36 pm | 10 comments | Category: General


December 28th, 2002
Happy Holidays


The worst thing about ‘flu is the inability to taste anything. Imagine all that yummy holiday food and not one functional tastebud to appreciate it.
I read that Fiat is going downhill. Well I could have told you that more than a year ago. I still shudder at the thought that the Multipla got past the design stage.
Talking of cars I got to drive a Mercedes M-Class last week. Yes it is as cool to drive as it is to look at.


Posted at 2:24 pm | 7 comments | Category: General


December 15th, 2002
Quote of the day


“There are these Greek guys in my class. They’re so not English.”


Posted at 9:45 pm | 5 comments | Category: General


December 10th, 2002
QDB


I’m wasting my life away in front of this.


Posted at 7:48 pm | 5 comments | Category: General


December 6th, 2002
Eid Mubarak



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Posted at 10:01 pm | 4 comments | Category: General


December 2nd, 2002
Bad Medicine


I’ve been telling my mum this for years. Finally, something to back it all up.
“Homeopathy is based on a 300-year-old mistake. Homeopathy’s foundation lies on the premises of “like cures like” and “the law of infinitesimals.” Nappy rash, for example, is cured with a diluted solution of poison ivy. Homeopathy founders when it comes to dilution. A typical dilution level is times 30, which in homeopathy-speak means one-part medicine and 1030 part water. Such dilution is implausible, developed before the concept of Avogadro’s number, which determines the number of molecules in a given solution. You would need to drink 8,000 gallons of water to get one molecule of medicine.” -Christopher Wanjek, debunking some popular medical myths.


Posted at 6:46 pm | 3 comments | Category: General





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