Monthly Archives: August 2011


I’ve always been on the lookout for back issues of the Classical Collection and in my earlier post regarding the collection, I’ve lamented the fact that obtaining back issues proved elusive, even with the advent of the internet and the … Continue reading

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José Mourinho’s sense of humour

Last night’s clash between Real Madrid and FC Barcelona in the curtain-raiser in Spanish football ended in pandemonium as players from both sides clashed towards the end of a tense affair. Of course, the accursed men in claret and blue … Continue reading

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¡Hasta la vista, Cesc…

  It’s another sad day at Arsenal football club with the club captain’s departure (and with it the famous no. 4 jersey). Arsenal fans would point out (correctly, it seems, in hindsight) that Cesc engineered his own move to his … Continue reading

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Arsène Wenger’s eroding sandcastle

How could a Gooner read news reports on every respectable sports channel and not get concerned about the way the club is currently being handled? First of all, there is the omnipresent question about the club’s ambitions and the direction … Continue reading

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We need to reboot our minds sometimes…

I was working late one day (well….actually everyday) and came across this nicely taped magazine cutting on a secretary’s workdesk- As it is in Bahasa Malaysia, the (mildly liberal) translation is as follows- “One day, a donkey belonging to a … Continue reading

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Tamiya – 1/72 Hughes AH-64 Apache

  I actually bought this kit quite sometime ago in 2010 but didn’t actually get around to finishing it as I don’t have the right paints to adorn it with. Then, there’s the time factor – one Saturday could be … Continue reading

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