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Just Hanging Around
« on: January 19, 2007, 02:50:58 AM »
Saddam was hanged for Christmas

Those funny guys made a good use of the damnnnn snow


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Re: Just Hanging Around
« Reply #1 on: January 19, 2007, 05:25:37 AM »
Santa Loves everybody ......


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Re: Just Hanging Around
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Re: Just Hanging Around
« Reply #3 on: January 20, 2007, 07:58:45 AM »
dami cha bro


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Car ??
« Reply #4 on: February 13, 2007, 06:16:50 AM »


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All About Beer
« Reply #5 on: February 24, 2007, 02:57:29 AM »
All About Beer
 1.  You can enjoy a beer all month long.
 2.  You don't have to wine and dine a beer.
 3.  Beer stains wash out.
 4.  Beer doesn't have to get a new dress for a party.
 5.  Beer never has a headache.
 6.  When a beer goes flat, you just toss it out.
 7.  Beer is never late.
 8.  Beer doesn't have a birthday for you to forget.
 9.  Beer doesn't get jealous when you grab another beer.
10. Beer doesn't argue with you about when to drink it.
11. You always know that you are the first one to pop a beer.
12. Beer doesn't get upset when you come home and decide to have another beer.
13. Beer never threatens to go to a lawyer.
14. Beer labels come off without a fight.
15. A beer always goes down easy.
16. You can have more than one beer a night and not feel guilty.
17. No court has ever granted a beer alimony payments.
18. You can share a beer with your friends.
19. After you have had a beer, the bottle is still worth something.
20. Beer Hangovers go away.
21. Beer never cries or gets jealous.
22. Beer is always wet.
23. If you change beers, you don't have to pay alimony.
24. You don't have to wash a beer before it tastes good.
25. If you pour your beer right, you'll always get a good head.
26. Beer can be easily eliminated.
27. Beer is only stopping by, it doesn't stay around and nag.
28. Beer doesn't demand equality.
29. A frigid beer is a good beer.
30. You don't have to take expensive flowers home to your beer.
31. Beer never complains about when you come for it.
32. You don't have to take your beer to a psychiatrist to get it to bubble.
33. You can have a beer in public.
34. You can see through a beer and you know what you are getting.
35. When your beer gets upset, it settles down.
36. Beer is subject to quality control and doesn't argue about it.
37. Beer doesn't talk back to you and ask a lot of silly questions.
38. Beer doesn't make you  take a lie detector test about when you had the last one.
39. Beer doesn't have a Mother that goes with it.
40. If you drop a beer, there's no doctor bill.
41. Beer doesn't have anniversaries for you to forget.
42. Beer doesn't demand that you take it dancing before you can have  it.


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Maoist ko Kukhuri kaa ... geet : Funny
« Reply #6 on: February 28, 2007, 05:35:31 AM »
Cartoon by Dovan Rai.



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Re: Maoist ko Kukhuri kaa ... geet : Funny
« Reply #7 on: March 03, 2007, 12:47:35 AM »
ha..ha.. funy thank you for sharing


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Re: Car ??
« Reply #8 on: March 04, 2007, 03:10:56 AM »
nice car and the things underneath ...
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10 Tips to Help Keep Your Desk Clean
« Reply #9 on: March 06, 2007, 02:11:10 AM »
How much stuff do you have sitting on your desk or in your work area? A while back, Coopers & Lybrand (now Price Waterhouse Coopers) released data from a poll on personal organization. One statistic found that, “The average desk worker has 36 hours worth of work on their desk and wastes up to 3 hours a week just “looking” for STUFF!” Finding stuff on my messy desk bears out that statistic. Being disorganized is responsible for a lot of wasted time.

While there is a challenge in the initial cleaning of the messy desk, the regular maintenance often poses the bigger challenge. Here are some tips to help keep the desk clean:

   1. Sort your mail and toss junk as it arrives. Even with an in-basket, you need to process your mail daily to avoid accumulating a stack of paper.

   2. Get rid of sticky notes and scraps of paper. Get a single notebook and use it to record notes, phone numbers, web addresses, ideas, to-dos, etc.

   3. Create a list or binder of regularly referenced material, such as phone numbers, and keep it accessible in a desk drawer.

   4. Schedule filing time at least once per week.

   5. Add dated or calendar items to a tickler file system or a diary as soon as they arrive.

   6. When you stop working on something, put it away until the next time you need it. Don’t leave half-completed projects sitting on your desktop.

   7. Keep nothing on your desk unless you absolutely need them. If you aren’t joining sheets of paper with tape, move the dispenser off the desk. If you want personal photos in the office, have only one on the desk or better yet, hang them on the wall.

   8. Keep a reading folder for material you need to read. Schedule a regular reading time to clear that material.

   9. Create a “waiting for” or pending file to hold items dependent on outside action.

  10. Create a weekly appointment to clean your desk and this includes dusting or polishing. You might be less inclined to mess up a shiny desk. ;)

It doesn’t take much “neglect” for your workspace to fill up with things that eat at your productivity. A few simple and regular good habits can free up a bunch of extra time for getting things done.