Wednesday, 18 June 2008
I have been checkin out blogs on TPF2 and men you can't believe what some people are thinking. Check this out....
Why Ian 'loves' Esther: Some guy believes that Ian has a major crush on Esther. You think this is correct? I don't know. It seems every time Esther's on stage, Ian is the one who'll comment on her performance with something like...'u look wow, the singing was wow...not a bad performance..' and crap like that. The funny thing is that the other judges will follow suit.
Does he hate Wendy?:Wendy does not have “the look”. I say this because although Hemedi can’t sing to save his life, they always give him unwarranted positive comments because he has the “Usher” look. But u forget that Ian has been on Hemedi's case from day one. The crying thing was totaly freaky...over food? word...
Why Hemedi is in da Hauz: That fake eviction thing was total crap. TPF2 is a reality TV show. You gotta look at the wider picture. EABL are not out to help some east african get a shot at stardom nor are they wasting their time coz they din't have any where else to spend their money. This is a marketing strategy for their products, something for people to talk about while sipping u geussed right, tusker. Contraversy sells, entertainment sells, romance sells & thats Hemedi. He is realistic and just being him. He doesn't have the best of voices but he keeps me and you watching the show and thats why he is back...end o' story!
What Ugandans think: Men, this guys are watching TP2 not the real one. ati the stars of one sunday evening were as usual Esther (4) with her Disco Class by Donna Summer and Stephen Oundo (12) doing Bed with Roses of Bon Jovi, who both received kudos from the judges.
David Ogola’s I’m like an Angel in the Star by Tarkan and Wendy Kimani’s Dime with the light by Donna Summer were regarded average....crap. Watch the real show.
Tiz either David or Wendy and I stand to be corrected.
chek this out......
Judge Ian Mbugua's Profile
Tusker Project Fame II
My facebook Profile
Friday, 9 May 2008
All very friendly - except for the fact that Victoria hasn't a clue what they are talking about.
For, as it would subsequently transpire, she has just had her identity stolen: 21st-century style. Forget rummaging through bins, intercepting post or cloning credit cards. All the modern-day crook needs is a computer and an internet connection.
The rest could hardly be easier. Thanks to the ever-growing popularity of so-called social networking sites such as MySpace, Bebo and Facebook, the internet is simply awash with the personal details of millions of potential fraud victims.
When Victoria joined Facebook she - doubtless like the 10,000 Britons who sign up to the site every single day - assumed she was signing up to become part of a fun community where she could meet old friends and make new ones from the comfort of her home.
To aid the process she filled in her online profile with as much detail as possible - adding her e-mail address, home address, phone numbers and even her date of birth.
"The ironic thing is that in the real world I am really careful with sensitive personal information," she says. "I shred anything that might be of use to anyone; all my correspondence, my old bank statements, bills and documents.
"But for some reason when I signed up to Facebook it felt as if I was joining something self-contained, something that would be used by like-minded people. Only now do I realise how wrong I was.
"The truth is that you don't know who anyone is on the internet and you don't know what their motives are for using it. I know it sounds stupid, but I feel very violated to know that a criminal was able to log on to my page and steal my personal details."
In a way Victoria was lucky. With a few phone calls she managed to persuade the phone company that a fraudster, assuming her identity, had set up the contract.
Had she failed to notice the deception, no doubt her identity would have been exploited over and over again.
Tuesday, 26 June 2007
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Friday, 25 May 2007
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Monday, 21 May 2007
A Didier Drogba goal late in extra time was enough to secure victory for Chelsea over Manchester United in the first FA Cup final at the new Wembley.
Drogba produced a rare moment of brilliance in a game that failed to live up to expectations to complete a cup Double for the Blues.
With penalties looming, he played a one-two with Frank Lampard before poking the ball past Edwin van der Sar.
Ryan Giggs missed a good chance to win the game for United in normal time.
Thursday, 17 May 2007
Saha has failed to overcome a knee problem to play.
United right-back Gary Neville has been ruled out with an ankle injury, while Chelsea are without Michael Ballack, Ricardo Carvalho and Andriy Shevchenko.
Blues boss Jose Mourinho also lamented his lack of players and also has doubts over Ashley Cole, Jon Obi-Mikel and Arjen Robben.