Wednesday, May 30, 2007

HIghland Airlines

Last Sunday A friend of mine Had a Birthday party . It was an Airlines Theme . A lot of fun. Here 's a picture.

Monday, May 28, 2007

Miss Universe 2007

It's a year of Asian for miss universe when Miss Japan (look very chic in gucci spring 2007 gown) won the title. Miss Korea won national costume(also finish in top5), Philippine won miss photogenic , and china won miss congeniality. Miss Thailand also semi final.

New Release

Sophie Ellis-Bextor - Trip the Light Fantastic (2007.05.21)

01 Catch You
02 Me And My Imagination
03 Today The Sun's On Us
04 New York City Lights
05 If I Can't Dance
06 The Distance Between Us
07 If You Go
08 Only One
09 Love Is Here
10 New Flame
11 China Heart
12 What Have We Started

Bonus Tracks [UK Only]:
13 Can't Have It All
14 Supersonic

DowLoad Sophie Ellis-Bextor

Rihanna - Good Girl Gone Bad

01. Umbrella feat. Jay-Z
02. Push Up On Me
03. Don't Stop The Music
04. Breakin Dishes
05. Shut Up and Drive
06. Hate That I Love You feat. Ne-Yo
07. Say It
08. Sell Me Candy
09. Lemme Get That
10. Rehab
11. Question Existing
12. Good Girl Gone Bad

PASSword:hiro@Team KMC

Artist: Mandy Moore
Date: 2007.06.19
1. "Extraordinary" (Moore, Talen, Tannen) - 2:54
2. "All Good Things" (Moore, Talen, Tannen) - 2:53
3. "Slummin' In Paradise" (Moore, Renald) - 4:12
4. "Most of Me" (Moore, McKenna) - 4:47
5. "Looking Forward to Looking Back" (Moore, Talen, Tannen) - 3:13
6. "Few Days Down" (Moore, Talen, Tannen) - 3:23
7. "Nothing That You Are" (Moore, Renald) - 4:28
8. "Wild Hope" (Moore, Talen, Tannen) - 2:59
9. "Latest Mistake" (Moore, McKenna) - 4:08
10. "Can't You Just Adore Her?" (Moore, McKenna) - 3:55
11. "Ladies Choice" (Moore, Yamagata) - 4:56
12. "Gardenia" (Moore, Kreviazuk) - 4:27

Maroon 5 - It Won't Be Soon Before Long

Track List
1. If I Never
2. Little Of Your Time
3. Wake Up Call
4. Won't Go Home Without You
5. Nothing Lasts Forever
6. Makes Me Wonder
7. Can't Stop
8. Goodnight, Goodnight
9. Not Falling Apart
10. Kiwi
11. Better That We Break
12. Back At Your Door


Wednesday, May 09, 2007

American Idol

I'd just realize that I never write anything about my favorite show "American Idol". Tonight I feel bad about the departure of Lakisha . I hope she and Melinda would be in the final. Not that I don't like Blake thought .But the thought of having Blake and Melinda in a finalis just like apple and orange. Plus Blake can sell a million cd if he got vote off tonight.

Book I'm reading.

Grace Kelly’s life was a storybook American tale. A radiantly beautiful girl born to immigrants—the daughter of a self-made millionaire—she grew up to become one of Hollywood’s brightest young stars. The fairy tale continued when she married Prince Rainier of Monaco and became the mother of two princesses and a son who today is the ruler of that glittering principality. In TRUE GRACE, Wendy Leigh follows Kelly’s breathtaking rise to Hollywood fame, as well as her glamorous life as Princess Grace of Monaco, but also records the dark side of the dream.
Among the many revelations in the book:

• How Grace had an affair with one of her bridesmaid’s husbands—then wrote her a letter confessing it all

• Grace’s romances with producer Robert Evans, tennis player Sidney Wood, department store heir Barney Strauss, with the son of High Society author, Philip Barry, with Tony Curtis, and her deep relationship with actor David Niven, which lasted until her death

• How she had simultaneous romances with High Noon star, Gary Cooper, and the movie’s director Fred Zimmerman

Tuesday, May 08, 2007

Gossip vs. Rumor

Gossip vs. Rumor
Rumors and gossip have similarly distasteful connotations, but researchers disagree about whether they are the same thing. Here's a rundown of different views on gossip and rumor:
  • They're the same.
  • Rumor is a specific type of gossip.
  • Gossip is based in fact, but rumors are based in hypotheses.
  • Gossip is a tool for maintaining social order, but rumor is a tool for explaining things that people do not understand.
  • Gossip relates something people believe has happened, but rumors express what people hope or fear will happen.

Monday, May 07, 2007

How to pass the gas Politely

"What is the best way to deal with passing gas? Pretend it didn't happen? A polite ‘Excuse me'? Bail out early on plans? Please advise"

First of all, an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure--if you know that certain foods make you gassy, try to avoid them if you can when you know you’re going to be in a social situation. But if you’re stuck with gas and a crowd of people, here are a few thoughts:

  • If you can hold it in without causing yourself medical distress, then try to keep it contained until you are in a better place or situation.
  • Excuse yourself and go to the bathroom, even if it is just to pass some gas. This is thoughtful of other people and less embarrassing for you.
  • If you absolutely can’t contain it, then excuse yourself, but do so discreetly.
  • If your emission is odorless and silent, then you might do well not to call any further attention to the situation.
  • If it’s silent but deadly, you might consider the humorous approach if it is a casual setting, and relieve the tension by excusing yourself and blaming the non-existent dog.
  • If it’s too late for discretion and it’s an informal group, you could add a little wit when you excuse yourself, saying something like, “Please excuse me, in addition to Jupiter and Saturn, it seems I’m another gas giant.”

Mr. Manners’ Quick and Dirty Tips for a More Polite Life.

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Friday, May 04, 2007

Gay Pride Month at TCM

In celebration of June’s Gay Pride Month, Turner Classic Movies (TCM) will present Screened Out: Gay Images in Film, a month-long, on-air film presentation of the varied concepts, stereotypes and imagery of gays & lesbians as represented in classic Hollywood cinema. Esteemed author and historian Richard Barrios will serve as special consultant and co-host of the event, along with TCM host and film historian Robert Osborne, providing context for the film series with introductions on the network preceding the films. In addition to Barrios’ commentary, several prominent figures will provide their thoughts and remarks, including Michael Musto, Tab Hunter, Ron Nyswaner, Charles Busch and Alan Cumming.

The themed film series will air such classic movies as The Broadway Melody (1929), The Maltese Falcon (1941), The Picture of Dorian Gray (1945) and Designing Woman (1957) every Monday and Wednesday evening in June beginning at 8 p.m. ET.

By the way I did't realize that The Maltese Falcon has a gay theme. May be I need to watch it over again. oops!!