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Entertainment & Culture Discussion / The Bank Job DVD
« on: April 11, 2008, 07:47:56 AM »

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>  陴眾    TiTLE......[ The Bank Job                                         陴眾
>  陴眾    AKA........[ Baker Street, D-Notice                               陴眾
>  陴眾    YEAR.......[ 2008                                                 陴眾
>  陴眾    GENRE......[ Crime / Thriller                                     陴眾
>  陴眾    RUNTiME....[ 01:48:33                                             陴眾
>  陴眾    STORE DATE.[ 2008                                                 陴眾
>  陴眾    iMDB RATE..[ 7.8/10 (5,787 votes)                                 陴眾
>  陴眾    iMDB URL...[ http://in.forumw.org/title/tt0200465/                 陴眾
>  陴眾                                                                      陴眾
>  陴眾    AUDiO......[ MP3 48000Hz 112 kb/s CBR (2 chnls)                   陴眾
>  陴眾    LANGUAGE...[ English                                              陴眾
>  陴眾    ViDEO......[ 797 kbps XviD 25.000 FPS                             陴眾
>  陴眾    Q. FRAME...[ 0.158 bits*pixel                                     陴眾
>  陴眾    RESOLUTiON.[ 608 x 332                                            陴眾
>  陴眾    DAR........[ 1.831 (11:6)                                         陴眾
>  陴眾    SUBS.......[ None                                                 陴眾
>  陴眾    FiLES......[ 1                                                    陴眾
>  陰掖    SiZE.......[ 701 MB                                               陰掖
>  陸偃    SOURCE.....[ PAL DVD                                              陸偃

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Good film but as people said before Michael X speaks with more of a Jamaican accent or generic caribbean accent and yeh they made trinidad look like africa at the end lol this release is dvd quality, enjoy

Football / SocaWarriors.net Fifa 08 league (xbox 360)
« on: December 27, 2007, 06:11:05 AM »
well we does try organise every year, but whos interested?

Entertainment & Culture Discussion / Backlash Film shot in Trinidad
« on: April 07, 2007, 12:03:03 PM »
This was the first film that was mention by the articals talking about the new film branded. download these links then extract wid winrar


pass is TBT

credit goes to TheBigT who uploaded this film.

here r a couple rapidshare accounts for u guys to try hopefully they work

LOGIN: 30308
PASSWORD: 6927731

LOGIN: 36286
PASSWORD: 2282974

LOGIN: 45655
PASSWORD: 3873070

LOGIN: 40586
PASSWORD: 4181392

LOGIN: 34746
PASSWORD: 7861243

mods lmk if this is ok, I understand if it gets deleted ;)

Football / FIFA 07 Tournament Xbox 360 Online
« on: March 01, 2007, 06:46:17 PM »
Now im a pro evo fan so i aint want to here no argument about which 1  better etc. Just wondered if any 1 is interested in startin up a league and we can post results n league table so people could see who gettin liks  ;D

lmk if u interested

Football / If you played for brazil
« on: June 26, 2006, 06:42:42 PM »
Dunno if this has been posted b4.


My name would be Siminho number 10 ;)

Football / Trinidad Training Jersey junior size uk
« on: May 22, 2006, 01:22:08 PM »
I mentioned a while back i used to get those kits, cant seem to get them again. but jags has som junior sizes for 瞿8 maybe u have kids u might wanna get for i dunno. just thought id put it up incase  :beermug:


Football / Spanish Armada Crushes The French Revolution
« on: May 17, 2006, 04:00:38 PM »
Spanish Armada Crushes The French Revolution.
By Alan Francis

PARIS (Reuters) - Barcelona scored twice late on to stun 10-man Arsenal 2-1 and win the Champions League in a tense, absorbing 50th anniversary final at a rain-drenched Stade de France on Wednesday.
Striker Samuel Eto'o and substitute defender Juliano Belletti cancelled out a first-half header from Arsenal defender Sol Campbell and gave Barcelona the European Cup for the second time in their history.
It was a fitting outcome for Frank Rijkaard's side who battered the London club throughout the second half after Arsenal became the first side ever to have a player sent off in a European Cup final.
Rijkaard, who steered Barca to a second successive Spanish title this season, became only the fifth man to win the European Cup as a player and a manager.
Norwegian referee Terje Hauge showed German keeper Jens Lehmann a straight red card after he caught Eto'o on the fringe of the area after the Barca striker had been put through by Ronaldinho in the 18th minute.
Manager Arsene Wenger brought on Spanish goalkeeper Manuel Almunia and took off disconsolate midfielder Robert Pires, whose last appearance for Arsenal was ending in a way he could never have imagined.
Despite their numerical disadvantage, the Londoners, who had dominated the opening exchanges, refused to fold and were rewarded when Campbell outjumped the Barca defence to thump a header inside the far post eight minutes before the break.
Almunia then made an outstanding save from Eto'o just before halftime when he palmed a fierce shot against his post and at that stage it appeared as if it was going to be Arsenal's night.
Thierry Henry wasted a chance to seal it for Arsenal and 14 minutes from time they were punished.
After repelling some intense pressure they crumbled when Eto'o raced on to a neat flick from substitute Henrik Larsson, contolled the ball with his left foot, transferred it to his right foot and struck the ball home in between Almunia and his near post.
It was the first goal Arsenal had conceded in 995 minutes of Champions League play but worse was to follow when they conceded a second six minutes later.
Brazilian Belletti grabbed the winner with his first ever goal for Barca when he thundered a shot under Almunia after Larsson had played him in.
Arsenal captain Thierry Henry was disgusted with referee Terje Hauge's display,
"I was kicked all over the place. Carles Puyol and Rafael Marquez should have got yellow cards," he said.
"To defend against me with a yellow card - it's not the same game any more. I expected the referee to do his job. I don't think he did."

Anybody have Pro Evo Soccer 5 online. we could do a lil league or tournament and post up results etc.

anybody interested?

Football / Man city v Villa
« on: October 31, 2005, 07:55:13 PM »
a small match report I found, looks like samuel didnt have a great game.

David O'Leary suffered a Halloween horror at Eastlands as the spectre of Darius Vassell came back to haunt the under-pressure Aston Villa boss.
Vassell bagged a first-half brace as Manchester City won 3-1 and marched into the Barclays Premiership's top four, leaving Villa precariously placed on the fringes of a relegation fight.

On the day a 'preliminary approach' for the midlands club by the Comer Homes Group was confirmed, the club's fans will be concerned with the fact their club have just nine points - and are just two places and two points off the relegation zone.

The Villa boss' problems started before kick-off when Thomas Sorensen twisted an ankle in the warm-up, forcing O'Leary to replace him with stand-in stopper Stuart Taylor.

The former Arsenal man barely had time to settle before his goal was breached in ridiculous fashion.

There was no imminent danger to the Villa defence when Sylvain Distin launched a long, hopeful ball forward. On his own up front, Vassell did well to get his head to it. However, Jlloyd Samuel's failed to spot Taylor advancing out of his box, an error he compounded by heading past his 'keeper, allowing Vassell to run on and tap into an empty net.

O'Leary must have thought it could not get any worse, but it did when Andy Cole exposed young defender Liam Ridgewell with a marvellous piece of skill that saw him flick the ball over his head and then lob it to Vassell. He dispatched the ball with a superb right-footed volley into the bottom corner of the net.

The interval introduction of Patrick Berger for Samuel certainly made a difference. It was the Czech international's industry which created Villa's goal as he chased down a wayward Milner cross, then drilled the ball over for Ridgewell to bundle home.

Unfortunately for O'Leary, Berger lasted less than half an hour before he limped out of the action, forcing the Villa boss to substitute a substitute.

Cole's match-sealing effort saw the farce continue for O'Leary, as he saw the striker's shot loop off Delaney's outstretched leg, over Taylor and into the net.

Copyright (c) Press Association Ltd 2005, All Rights Reserved.

Football / Allyuh want to see what the Trinidad Nike kit might look like?
« on: October 26, 2005, 10:29:30 AM »
this how it might look

pictures kinda small tho, it was commin out too big b4.

Football / Bahrains Change Of Policy
« on: October 19, 2005, 03:13:50 PM »
Bahrainian Beauties

Press Release October 19th Manama

It was annonced yesterday by Bahrainian King Hamad Bin Isa Al Khalifa that for the first time since bahrains affiliation into FIFA (the world's footballing Govening body) that women will be allowed into the national stadium for Bahrain's up and comming world cup qualifier against the beautiful twin island republic of Trinidad & Tobago. A spokesman for the kings advisory commitee Said ''We are doing this in the hope to boost tourism in Bahrain and mainly to show the world that we are not all Faggots like the bahrainian nerds who post on the socawarriors.net website'' Although only 4 women will be allowed in, it is said that they are the cream of the crop that Bahrain have to offer. King Hamad Bin Isa Al Khalifa said he believes they are the Bahrainian version of the Carib Girls, non-alcoholic of course.

from left to right: Nadia Al Kaled, Yasmine Khalil, Pasoongi Mohammed, Anoud Habail.

I know some people may say we are getting ahead of ourselves but its just a question and i would like to see peoples views. lets say we have qualified and u can pick 6 friendlies from december to May who would they be against and why???

heres mine.

Nigeria: we should play a typical/strong west african side as there are a few in the draw.
Morocco: they would be a good test, african nations runners up, there style is closer to european than most african teams.
Austria: not an amazing power but still a decent european side who have plenty experience playing the big boys.
Bosnia: an emerging european side who just missed out on the play-off and we need to play european teams as 7 of the 8 groups in the world cup will contain 2 euro teams.
Japan: asian champions, quick and can run all day, would be a big test for us.
Chile: simply to get a good wuk out against a strong south american team

a friendly against Denmark would also be good to see. to try help us solve the protection on our flanks, as u know denmark play the old style wingers hitting u from both sides they are a team that can rip u apart if u dont cover up well, would be interesting to see how beenie would deal with it.

i also think we should play nearly all these games away get used to playing outside the americas abit more

alot of teams would go for weaker teams, but i believe we should start preparing for the harshness of the world cup, if u dont come correct we will get humiliated in front the world, anyone remember 8-0 germany - saudi arabia. i aint on dat and im sure beenie isnt either ;)

Football / Finta kit supplier wen does the contract run out?
« on: October 12, 2005, 09:28:36 PM »
this is the better question than if beenie contract is up. if finta contract finshin b4 world cup. we might get ah nice nike or adidas kit. and it wont be sold out all di time like this finta 1.  ;D

see i get my priorities right

Football / Records Dont Mean A Ting!
« on: October 10, 2005, 05:13:17 PM »
I see men talking about past records, CR in Guat, Mex v Trini. On paper we will loose to mexico and Guatemala will beat Costa Rica in Guatemala City. but football is not played on paper its played on a pitch 11 v 11 and Trinidad will have the 12th man on Wed. the 2006 World Cup qualifiers has already shown us that records are for commentators to talk about b4 the match in the studio. Togo, Angola, Ivory Coast and Ghana all won their groups knocking out the favorites in the process. China went out last year so did honduras and Jamaica. we saw Panama get a draw in Mexico they also reached the final of the gold cup. Greece won the european cup. Liverpool won the champions league from 3-0 down. and the last world cup saw Turkey v South Korea in the 3rd place play off. football has changed in the last 10 years, now the teams that succeed are the ones who work hard for their manager and are not intimedated by big names. anything that has happend, is in the past but wednesday is a new day. when we beat mexico i buyin every 1 a drink  :beermug:

Football / Trinidad v Panama Highlights in UK (maybe)
« on: October 10, 2005, 03:25:54 PM »
at 10:30 in a few mins eurosport uk have a show showing highlights from WCQ it might have the trini match. just thought id let u know

Football / Trinidad game showing in England???
« on: October 09, 2005, 09:07:09 PM »
is there anyway to see the Trinidad v Mexico match in England? and if not whats di best online radio station to listen to for commentary, and plz dont tell me those jokers from last night.

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