HOME ALONE

 
please, insert HOME ALONE and let the Manhattan born movie star, Macaulay Culkin, put a smile on your face.

Mind you, while watching the movie, free your mind of all the rumours and negative things the media has projected about Macaulay of being an addict, insane or close to death.

He’s still waxing stronger and stronger and healthier and a recent report shows that Macaulay Culkin is worth $15m despite turning his $2m New York city mansion into a painting studio for he’s now a painter.

According to the statement from http://dailymail.co.uk/tvshowbiz/“At the height of his fame, he was regarded as the most successful child actor since Shirley Temple”
And Macaulay has once said himself that he had made enough money when he was 12 to never have to work again.

If HOME ALONE(S) are not readily available, then the ones below can do the magic as well: The
Equalizer, The Midnight Hour, Uncle Buck(1989), Saturday
morning cartoon entitled Wish Kid, and
hosted Saturday Night Live in late 1991, not excluding The Good Son, etc. Macaulay Culkin, the Roman Catholic boy is now a 32yr old man.

The world is a funny place to be. While we’re busy calculating the binary and base number of our future with a scientific calculator, God already knows the answer.
WHAT WILL BE WILL BE.

ARE YOU A FAN OF SHAHRUKH KHAN?

ARE YOU A FAN OF SHAHRUKH KHAN?

The Bollywood multi-talented star who was born 2nd November, 1965 in New Delhi, will be holding the lead role in a must watch movie titled CHENNAI EXPRESS.
According to http://oneindiaentertainment.com/, the movie, CHENNAI EXPRESS will be released 14th Jan. 2013. Shahrukh Khan will be acting side-by-side the mesmerising actress, Deepika Padukone, so you should be expecting a movie not void of romance.
Finally, to water your mouth with high anticipation till January 2013, the story is about a man’s travel from Mumbai to Rameshwaram and there are many surprise occurrences through his journy.

GM Vlastimil Jansa

Did you know that chess teaches the lesson of life more than some Phd holders can do? I realised it myself last week while I was in Nairobi. While I was in Nairobi, my  cousin I paid a visit, took me to the chess garden inside the Spris Hotel. There, I saw slim chicks making sexy moves and castling. Fishes were hunted by fishermen while smoke of blooding filled the air. Exactly what I wanted, I knocked only to lose my first bet. "these guys are not better off," I said within myself. After additional six bet my money were gone. I bet with my Rolex and did with my Nike that the nudity of my foot was cover with socks. While they mock me as their fish, my fisherman looked me proudly and said, "Next time, you'll learn the Vlastimil Jansa's approaches." they all laughed mockingly.  When returning home with my cousin, I remembered my Vlastimil  Jansa book which I never read and learnt from the quote "WHAT YOU DON'T COUNT, WILL ONE DAY COUNT." GM Vlastimil Jansa who was nothing to me, was there chess mentor. They saw him as one of the great chess teachers in the world. His knowledge of chess was exceptional. They believed in him and his ideas than all the so-called best and best of the bests.  In his book: RECOMMENDATIONS FOR APPROPRIATE OPENING OF THE GAME, he itemised the vital chess approaches that can benefit his readers. Since the attainment of success in a game of chess _against other factors_ lies in the hand of the approach(es) a player chooses in navigating his opening down to his endgame.  He made mention of the brutal, 'Fischer-like' approach; consisting of a personal belief in the objective strength of individual moves, regardless of the opponent. The approach focuses on placement and positioning of chessmen in squares, ranks or files that will mount immense pressure on the opponent.  An unpredictable, 'Lasker-like' approach was also itemised. He said that the approach was conditioned more or less by the personality of the opponent. He further said that the approach was oriented towards the battle against the opponent's pieces and the ways the opponent thinks.  GM Vlastimil Jansa also mentioned the highly pragmatic approach; dominated by experience and knowledge of a specific opening and unwavering belief in it _whoever the opponent might be. E.g: for many years GM Wolfgang Uhlmann has never replied 1.e4 with other move than 1...e6  In the book, he did itemise the improvisory approach; bases on one's current mood. He made it known that it was the approach which at present, typical for absolute amateurs. However, previously the approach used to be utilised at the highest level. He gave attention to David Bronstein's famous meditation over first move which sometimes even lasts one hour.   In a nut of a shell, if you don't mind me put it that way. Samuel C. Enunwa, a monorhyme poet, say and I quote, "Chess is far beyond magic, so any soul who opens his petals to the dew of learning will surely blosom."

 Did you know that chess teaches the lesson of life more than some Phd holders can do? I realised it myself last week while I was in Nairobi. While I was in Nairobi, my cousin I paid a visit, took me to the chess garden inside the Spris Hotel. There, I saw slim chicks making sexy moves and castling. Fishes were hunted by fishermen while smoke of blooding filled the air. Exactly what I wanted, I knocked only to lose my first bet. “these guys are not better off,” I said within myself. After additional six bet my money were gone. I bet with my Rolex and did with my Nike that the nudity of my foot was cover with socks. While they mock me as their fish, my fisherman looked me proudly and said, “Next time, you’ll learn the Vlastimil Jansa’s approaches.” they all laughed mockingly.

When returning home with my cousin, I remembered my Vlastimil Jansa book which I never read and learnt from the quote “WHAT YOU DON’T COUNT, WILL ONE DAY COUNT.” GM Vlastimil Jansa who was nothing to me, was there chess mentor. They saw him as one of the great chess teachers in the world. His knowledge of chess was exceptional. They believed in him and his ideas than all the so-called best and best of the bests.

In his book: RECOMMENDATIONS FOR APPROPRIATE OPENING OF THE GAME, he itemised the vital chess approaches that can benefit his readers. Since the attainment of success in a game of chess _against other factors_ lies in the hand of the approach(es) a player chooses in navigating his opening down to his endgame.

He made mention of the brutal, ‘Fischer-like’ approach; consisting of a personal belief in the objective strength of individual moves, regardless of the opponent. The approach focuses on placement and positioning of chessmen in squares, ranks or files that will mount immense pressure on the opponent.

An unpredictable, ‘Lasker-like’ approach was also itemised. He said that the approach was conditioned more or less by the personality of the opponent. He further said that the approach was oriented towards the battle against the opponent’s pieces and the ways the opponent thinks.

GM Vlastimil Jansa also mentioned the highly pragmatic approach; dominated by experience and knowledge of a specific opening and unwavering belief in it _whoever the opponent might be. E.g: for many years GM Wolfgang Uhlmann has never replied 1.e4 with other move than 1…e6

In the book, he did itemise the improvisory approach; bases on one’s current mood. He made it known that it was the approach which at present, typical for absolute amateurs. However, previously the approach used to be utilised at the highest level. He gave attention to David Bronstein’s famous meditation over first move which sometimes even lasts one hour.

In a nut of a shell, if you don’t mind me put it that way. Samuel C. Enunwa, a monorhyme poet, say and I quote, “Chess is far beyond magic, so any soul who opens his petals to the dew of learning will surely blosom.”

Did you know that chess teaches the lesson of life more than some Phd holders can do? I realised it myself last week while I was in Nairobi. While I was in Nairobi, my  cousin I paid a visit, took me to the chess garden inside the Spris Hotel. There, I saw slim chicks making sexy moves and castling. Fishes were hunted by fishermen while smoke of blooding filled the air. Exactly what I wanted, I knocked only to lose my first bet. "these guys are not better off," I said within myself. After additional six bet my money were gone. I bet with my Rolex and did with my Nike that the nudity of my foot was cover with socks. While they mock me as their fish, my fisherman looked me proudly and said, "Next time, you'll learn the Vlastimil Jansa's approaches." they all laughed mockingly.  When returning home with my cousin, I remembered my Vlastimil  Jansa book which I never read and learnt from the quote "WHAT YOU DON'T COUNT, WILL ONE DAY COUNT." GM Vlastimil Jansa who was nothing to me, was there chess mentor. They saw him as one of the great chess teachers in the world. His knowledge of chess was exceptional. They believed in him and his ideas than all the so-called best and best of the bests.  In his book: RECOMMENDATIONS FOR APPROPRIATE OPENING OF THE GAME, he itemised the vital chess approaches that can benefit his readers. Since the attainment of success in a game of chess _against other factors_ lies in the hand of the approach(es) a player chooses in navigating his opening down to his endgame.  He made mention of the brutal, 'Fischer-like' approach; consisting of a personal belief in the objective strength of individual moves, regardless of the opponent. The approach focuses on placement and positioning of chessmen in squares, ranks or files that will mount immense pressure on the opponent.  An unpredictable, 'Lasker-like' approach was also itemised. He said that the approach was conditioned more or less by the personality of the opponent. He further said that the approach was oriented towards the battle against the opponent's pieces and the ways the opponent thinks.  GM Vlastimil Jansa also mentioned the highly pragmatic approach; dominated by experience and knowledge of a specific opening and unwavering belief in it _whoever the opponent might be. E.g: for many years GM Wolfgang Uhlmann has never replied 1.e4 with other move than 1...e6  In the book, he did itemise the improvisory approach; bases on one's current mood. He made it known that it was the approach which at present, typical for absolute amateurs. However, previously the approach used to be utilised at the highest level. He gave attention to David Bronstein's famous meditation over first move which sometimes even lasts one hour.   In a nut of a shell, if you don't mind me put it that way. Samuel C. Enunwa, a monorhyme poet, say and I quote, "Chess is far beyond magic, so any soul who opens his petals to the dew of learning will surely blosom."

GM Vlastimil Jansa

Did you know that chess teaches the lesson of life more than some Phd holders can do? I realised it myself last week while I was in Nairobi. While I was in Nairobi, my  cousin I paid a visit, took me to the chess garden inside the Spris Hotel. There, I saw slim chicks making sexy moves and castling. Fishes were hunted by fishermen while smoke of blooding filled the air. Exactly what I wanted, I knocked only to lose my first bet. "these guys are not better off," I said within myself. After additional six bet my money were gone. I bet with my Rolex and did with my Nike that the nudity of my foot was cover with socks. While they mock me as their fish, my fisherman looked me proudly and said, "Next time, you'll learn the Vlastimil Jansa's approaches." they all laughed mockingly.  When returning home with my cousin, I remembered my Vlastimil  Jansa book which I never read and learnt from the quote "WHAT YOU DON'T COUNT, WILL ONE DAY COUNT." GM Vlastimil Jansa who was nothing to me, was there chess mentor. They saw him as one of the great chess teachers in the world. His knowledge of chess was exceptional. They believed in him and his ideas than all the so-called best and best of the bests.  In his book: RECOMMENDATIONS FOR APPROPRIATE OPENING OF THE GAME, he itemised the vital chess approaches that can benefit his readers. Since the attainment of success in a game of chess _against other factors_ lies in the hand of the approach(es) a player chooses in navigating his opening down to his endgame.  He made mention of the brutal, 'Fischer-like' approach; consisting of a personal belief in the objective strength of individual moves, regardless of the opponent. The approach focuses on placement and positioning of chessmen in squares, ranks or files that will mount immense pressure on the opponent.  An unpredictable, 'Lasker-like' approach was also itemised. He said that the approach was conditioned more or less by the personality of the opponent. He further said that the approach was oriented towards the battle against the opponent's pieces and the ways the opponent thinks.  GM Vlastimil Jansa also mentioned the highly pragmatic approach; dominated by experience and knowledge of a specific opening and unwavering belief in it _whoever the opponent might be. E.g: for many years GM Wolfgang Uhlmann has never replied 1.e4 with other move than 1...e6  In the book, he did itemise the improvisory approach; bases on one's current mood. He made it known that it was the approach which at present, typical for absolute amateurs. However, previously the approach used to be utilised at the highest level. He gave attention to David Bronstein's famous meditation over first move which sometimes even lasts one hour.   In a nut of a shell, if you don't mind me put it that way. Samuel C. Enunwa, a monorhyme poet, say and I quote, "Chess is far beyond magic, so any soul who opens his petals to the dew of learning will surely blosom."

 Did you know that chess teaches the lesson of life more than some Phd holders can do? I realised it myself last week while I was in Nairobi. While I was in Nairobi, my cousin I paid a visit, took me to the chess garden inside the Spris Hotel. There, I saw slim chicks making sexy moves and castling. Fishes were hunted by fishermen while smoke of blooding filled the air. Exactly what I wanted, I knocked only to lose my first bet. “these guys are not better off,” I said within myself. After additional six bet my money were gone. I bet with my Rolex and did with my Nike that the nudity of my foot was cover with socks. While they mock me as their fish, my fisherman looked me proudly and said, “Next time, you’ll learn the Vlastimil Jansa’s approaches.” they all laughed mockingly.

When returning home with my cousin, I remembered my Vlastimil Jansa book which I never read and learnt from the quote “WHAT YOU DON’T COUNT, WILL ONE DAY COUNT.” GM Vlastimil Jansa who was nothing to me, was there chess mentor. They saw him as one of the great chess teachers in the world. His knowledge of chess was exceptional. They believed in him and his ideas than all the so-called best and best of the bests.

In his book: RECOMMENDATIONS FOR APPROPRIATE OPENING OF THE GAME, he itemised the vital chess approaches that can benefit his readers. Since the attainment of success in a game of chess _against other factors_ lies in the hand of the approach(es) a player chooses in navigating his opening down to his endgame.

He made mention of the brutal, ‘Fischer-like’ approach; consisting of a personal belief in the objective strength of individual moves, regardless of the opponent. The approach focuses on placement and positioning of chessmen in squares, ranks or files that will mount immense pressure on the opponent.

An unpredictable, ‘Lasker-like’ approach was also itemised. He said that the approach was conditioned more or less by the personality of the opponent. He further said that the approach was oriented towards the battle against the opponent’s pieces and the ways the opponent thinks.

GM Vlastimil Jansa also mentioned the highly pragmatic approach; dominated by experience and knowledge of a specific opening and unwavering belief in it _whoever the opponent might be. E.g: for many years GM Wolfgang Uhlmann has never replied 1.e4 with other move than 1…e6

In the book, he did itemise the improvisory approach; bases on one’s current mood. He made it known that it was the approach which at present, typical for absolute amateurs. However, previously the approach used to be utilised at the highest level. He gave attention to David Bronstein’s famous meditation over first move which sometimes even lasts one hour.

In a nut of a shell, if you don’t mind me put it that way. Samuel C. Enunwa, a monorhyme poet, say and I quote, “Chess is far beyond magic, so any soul who opens his petals to the dew of learning will surely blosom.”

Did you know that chess teaches the lesson of life more than some Phd holders can do? I realised it myself last week while I was in Nairobi. While I was in Nairobi, my  cousin I paid a visit, took me to the chess garden inside the Spris Hotel. There, I saw slim chicks making sexy moves and castling. Fishes were hunted by fishermen while smoke of blooding filled the air. Exactly what I wanted, I knocked only to lose my first bet. "these guys are not better off," I said within myself. After additional six bet my money were gone. I bet with my Rolex and did with my Nike that the nudity of my foot was cover with socks. While they mock me as their fish, my fisherman looked me proudly and said, "Next time, you'll learn the Vlastimil Jansa's approaches." they all laughed mockingly.  When returning home with my cousin, I remembered my Vlastimil  Jansa book which I never read and learnt from the quote "WHAT YOU DON'T COUNT, WILL ONE DAY COUNT." GM Vlastimil Jansa who was nothing to me, was there chess mentor. They saw him as one of the great chess teachers in the world. His knowledge of chess was exceptional. They believed in him and his ideas than all the so-called best and best of the bests.  In his book: RECOMMENDATIONS FOR APPROPRIATE OPENING OF THE GAME, he itemised the vital chess approaches that can benefit his readers. Since the attainment of success in a game of chess _against other factors_ lies in the hand of the approach(es) a player chooses in navigating his opening down to his endgame.  He made mention of the brutal, 'Fischer-like' approach; consisting of a personal belief in the objective strength of individual moves, regardless of the opponent. The approach focuses on placement and positioning of chessmen in squares, ranks or files that will mount immense pressure on the opponent.  An unpredictable, 'Lasker-like' approach was also itemised. He said that the approach was conditioned more or less by the personality of the opponent. He further said that the approach was oriented towards the battle against the opponent's pieces and the ways the opponent thinks.  GM Vlastimil Jansa also mentioned the highly pragmatic approach; dominated by experience and knowledge of a specific opening and unwavering belief in it _whoever the opponent might be. E.g: for many years GM Wolfgang Uhlmann has never replied 1.e4 with other move than 1...e6  In the book, he did itemise the improvisory approach; bases on one's current mood. He made it known that it was the approach which at present, typical for absolute amateurs. However, previously the approach used to be utilised at the highest level. He gave attention to David Bronstein's famous meditation over first move which sometimes even lasts one hour.   In a nut of a shell, if you don't mind me put it that way. Samuel C. Enunwa, a monorhyme poet, say and I quote, "Chess is far beyond magic, so any soul who opens his petals to the dew of learning will surely blosom."

ROAD TO PERDITION

This mind blowing movie is one of my best movie after TITANIC. I love the movie not because of her gangster stuff  but the narrative technique which was placed in the mouth of Michael Sullivan’s son. if you’ve watched the movie, you’ll remember the statement that made me fell in love with the movie  “There are many stories about Michael Sullivan. Some say he was a decent man. Others say there was no good in him at all. But I once spent 6 weeks on the road with him, in the winter of 1931. This is our story.” Michael Sullivan, Jr.
Cast 
Tom Hanks Michael Sullivan
Tyler Hoechlin Michael Sullivan Jr.
Rob Maxey Drugstore Owner
Paul Newman John Rooney
Liam Aiken Peter Sullivan
Jude Law Harlen Maguire
Jennifer Jason Leigh Annie Sullivan
Daniel Craig Connor Rooney
Ciarán Hinds Finn McGovern
Craig Spidle Rooney’s Henchman
Ian Barford Rooney’s Henchman
Stephen P. Dunn Finn McGovern’s Henchman (as Stephen Dunn)
Paul Turner Finn McGovern’s Henchman
Kathleen Keane Irish Musician
Brendan McKinney Irish Musician
Jackie Moran Irish Musician
Kieran O’Hare Irish Musician
John M. Williams Irish Musician
Nicolas Cade Boy Michael Fights
David Darlow Jack Kelly
Dylan Baker Alexander Rance
I.N. Sierros Rooney’s Business Associate (as John Sierros)
Jon Sattler Rooney’s Business Associate
Michael Brockman Rooney’s Business Associate
John Judd Rooney’s Business Associate
Christian Stolte Rooney’s Business Associate
Jack Callahan Rooney’s Business Associate
Maureen Gallagher Michael’s Teacher
Kevin Chamberlin Frank the Bouncer
Juanita Wilson Brothel Maid
Doug Spinuzza Calvino
Roderick Peeples Nitti’s Henchman
Keith Kupferer Nitti’s Henchman
Lee Roy Rogers Secretary
Stanley Tucci Frank Nitti
Kurt Naebig Tenement Murderer
Lance Baker Crime Scene Policeman
Monte Living Corpse
Duane Sharp Father Callaway
Diane Dorsey Aunt Sarah
Michael Sassone Motel Manager
John Sterchi Cop at Diner
Robert Jones Farmer at Diner
Lara Phillips Ruby the Waitress
Harry Groener Mr. McDougal
JoBe Cerny Banker (as Jobe Cerny)
Lawrence MacGowan Banker
Timothy Hendrickson Banker
Marty Higginbotham Banker
Mina Badie Betty the Waitress
Ed Kross Young Bank Manager
Heidi Jayne Netzley Prostitute
Phil Ridarelli Hotel Manager
Peggy Roeder Farmer Virginia
James Greene Farmer Bill
rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Anthony LaPaglia Al Capone (scenes deleted)
James Currie Factory Worker (uncredited)
Richard Dunn Pedestrian (uncredited)
Joe Fontana Business Man (uncredited)
Reese Foster Bank Customer (uncredited)
Kelly Hill Dancer (uncredited)
Gene Janson Chief of Police (uncredited)
Cory James Krueckeberg Young Irish Lover (uncredited)
George Manisco Nitti Thug #4 (uncredited)
Mark Morettini Nitti Thug #5 (uncredited)
Martin Murphy Patron at the Library (uncredited    

CHRISTMAS

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CHRISTMAS
Many Christmas before our teenage look
Me and my siblings took _
As if the only room
Decorations could harbour our room
And after Christmas, our textbooks
Always suffer a slimmer look
From them we cut shapes and cartoons
That go with our colourful balloons
Though I was born in June
Not with silver spoon
But with help of our school
We attend Carols by the pool
A dark Santa in cheap costume
Always kept in a tiny room
Christmas were good and ungood
We deeply search the wicked wood
For any yet untired brook
Water for expert mother to cook
The congo of rice poor daddy book
Book from his cooperative crooks
When Christmas’ strongly ungood
You’ll see mother serve our food
Ewedu fortified with mushroom
Well mashed with a dwarf broom
Watch on our white and black Saturn
If NEPA grace the afternoon
Home Alone and some Christmas cartoon
Though Christmas disappear so soon
But we always spent it full
Of happiness and being grateful.
         Samuel C. Enunwa Dec. 25, 2010.

MY LOVE PROMO

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Here comes the info
To shorties with no
In this sumptuous promo
Where soft Hi! Wins, Hello!
And makes you my duo
In my attempt to woo.
We’ll date without ado,
Travel and zoom to zoo,
Watch animals like rhino,
Lion, merino and buffalo;
Birds like flamingo,
Puffin, kiwi and cuckoo.
Tour place like Toronto,
Boarding a beautiful jumbo,
Cruising a stretch limo
And by rail, the loco
Making the trip in toto
To places we go.
Visit a beach lido
Where you’ll bask in lilo
While I play waterpolo
Or an American rodeo
By dressing like gaucho
And gallop a bronco.
Party and listen to rondo
Where served burrito or taco
When I dance tango or zydeco
Amidst White, Indian and Negro
Or act opera with libretto
Blended by cello for physio.
Then drive home as love and bro
When the sky is indigo
To pour you some ouzo
In my room with stereo
Playing songs with intro
While you watch my photo.
At this very canto,
Once you aren’t a bimbo
And possess a libido,
I won’t act as bozo,
Loving will be our cameo
To prove our brio.
I’ll move like yo-yo,
Making the process in vivo,
And move to hear Sam o!
Making the process in vitro
So you can call me hero,
And a love supremo.