Saturday, June 17, 2006

Jazz Coffee and Vest








.pics by http://wackocrazy.blogspot.com/ ..

HEART BREAKING NEWS
Michele is closing JAZZ COFFEE shop

the Brasil team was fotographed by Caraf
the front row have the killer looks

29 comments:

Anonymous said...

saby, did you call for help?

Nice_Mouse

P.S. Am on duty till Nicer Mouse gets here.

Caraf said...

oh LOL hey Saby the Mumbai edition of the times, front page is different! Here today's headlines are about something about insurance causing a rise in car prices... something like that!

Anonymous said...

caraf dont ignore the real problem!
Saby has been cloned!!

Nice_Mouse

Anonymous said...

It is my duty to inform you of the following:



How to Help a Friend Who Gets Arrested in the Middle of the Night


It is 2 am and someone you love has just been arrested. You know you need legal help. You do not want your loved one to make a confession or be in a line-up or even get fingerprinted if it can be avoided. It is tough to know what to do or who to trust. Moreover, you do not know who will even answer the phone at that time of day. Here is what you need to know if this happens in the United States of America.

Steps
Find out where they are being held and by what police agency. Whether you get the call from a police officer or your loved one, make sure that this is the first thing you ask. If you can, tell your friend or family member that you are finding him a lawyer and not to answer any police questions until the lawyer arrives. Write down the time you told the police not to question your friend.
Ask what the charges are and what time the arrest was made. Do not let your loved one tell you what happened. The call is not privileged and it can, and probably will be, recorded by police for later use against your loved one. They should just tell you the actual charge. If they cannot tell you without explanation, tell them that it doesn't matter, and continue to step three below.
Inform the police or detective to either not speak to your loved one or ask them any questions. Tell your loved one not to make any statement or take any test and tell them you are getting a lawyer and not to do or say anything until they hear from that lawyer. (In some states, you have a very limited time or no right at all to contact a lawyer regarding alcohol testing. If you don't know, ask the officer.)
Select a criminal defense attorney. See the related wikiHow's below for steps to take in finding one. Keep calling lawyers until you find one that either answers their phone or has an answering service that can reach them anytime, day or night.
Tell the lawyer that your friend is arrested and give as much information as you can. Ask that they immediately call the stationhouse and stop your friend from being questioned. Many lawyers will do this for free, but expect to pay at least $150-350 for that call.
Gather as much money as you can to both pay the lawyer in court and to post bail. It is more important to get a good lawyer into the case early than to immediately get your friend out of jail.



Tips
Always keep about $500-$1000 available without having to go to the bank. Most minor crimes and traffic violations can be bailed out from the stationhouse through the use of a desk appearance ticket or a desk sergent's bail.
Do not feel obligated to stay with the lawyer who helps you the first night. Selecting a lawyer for a case long-term should be done with the accused person's participation. Tell the lawyer you found that you are using him for the purpose of securing your loved ones rights only for the night in question. Do not sign a long term retainer.
Any legal fee for standing in at arraignment should either be a flat fee or should be hourly. Again, most criminal defense attorneys will charge between $150-$350 per hour. It will cost more in many big cities or urban areas. For example, many well known NY lawyers charge upwards of $600 per hour.
You do not have to use the lawyer that helps you get your loved one for arraignment. A free lawyer is often available. However, it is better to have your own lawyer at arraignment if you can.
If you run into trouble finding out where your friend is being held and by what police agency, get ahold of a bail bondsman (see link below, how to make bail) as they are experienced at this, and can sometimes locate your friend faster than you using the same resources.



Warnings
Police do not have to "give you your rights," and their failure to do so does not invalidate an arrest. They only have to give you your rights if they (a) arrest you and (b) ask you questions about the crime. Hence, tell your friend who is under arrest to plead the fifth.
An oral statement is just as bad as a written statement. It is always best to say nothing.
Do not worry if you cannot find an attorney to represent your friend in court without being retained. Some courts will not let a non-retained lawyer stand in at arraignment. The court must provide an attorney at an arraignment if one is requested, or give the accused time to retain someone before he is arraigned.

Nice_Mouse

Anonymous said...

If you require, I can also give you tips on the following:

How to Select a Criminal Defense Attorney
How to Deal With Being in Prison
How to Get a Job With a Criminal Record
How to Overcome Serious Regrets

Nice_Mouse

saby said...

can any one tell me how to to deal With silly annony mouses who give me silly unwanted info

Anonymous said...

No problem...

1. Shut down your blog
2. Go to Sleep
3. Pray that you will wake up from your sleep.

Nice_Mouse

saby said...

eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee

Anonymous said...

ur welcome.

Anonymous said...

can any one tell me how to to deal With silly annony mouses who give me silly unwanted info


hand that mouse to sillier_mouse



nicer_mouse

Anonymous said...

yaaaaaaaaaaaaahahahahahahahaha
ur rightO

nice_mouse

Anonymous said...

mizzed u nicer_mouze

Anonymous said...

moiiii tooooo


nicer_mouse

Anonymous said...

wen is super_mouse visiting us?

Anonymous said...

arraign Show phonetics

verb [T] LEGAL

to formally accuse someone in a court of law of a particular crime and ask them to state whether they are guilty or not:

He was arraigned on charges of aiding and abetting terrorists.

Rex Venom said...

I dont know where you are going with all of this, but I like it!
I will be wandering for a while. Lookign forward to reading your stuff on my return.
Rock on!

saby said...

HELLPPPPPPP

heyyyyy Rex
heyyyyyy anony mouses


i need help
JAZZ COFFEE is closing down


make michele stay pleeeez
click on the title of dis post to get to Michele

Anonymous said...

superman ko maro goli

spiderman is hia


;)

Anonymous said...

am too bored and underpaid to beg Michelle to stay back

Nicer_Mouse do you want this job?

Super_Mouse is out of town?

Please let Saby know of your decision.

Nice_Mouse

Anonymous said...

Is Piddhu the next superhero? Will Piddhu change your life? Wondering, who the hell is Piddhu? Piddhu is one person who should be taken seriously - in a funny way that is! Piddhu’s wild and crazy antics make him who he is – a fun loving, childlike Sardar. He’s very conscious about his appearance. Always adjusting his clothes and grooming himself, he thinks he is a super hero and a champion at everything. Piddhu loves making comments on music, clothes and heroes and heroines, dance steps and lyrics. Other than that, this Sardar loves his tandoori chicken, makke di roti and relates everything he sees to food, giving them weird references. He hates macho heroes as they always seem to get the ditsy heroines he has been eyeing, despite their foolish dance steps.

Anonymous said...

only if nice_mouse is my boss...


nicer_mouse

Caraf said...

SABY!!!!!!! HAPPY FATHER'S DAY!!!!!!!!

saby said...

fuck FATHER'S DAY

heyy guys
get an annony mouse id
and ask Michele to stay

Anonymous said...

We have better work to do than to beg Michelle to say. As Boss, I do not like to tax my cute and lovable mousepolyees with unncessary work.

NO CAN DO SABY.

Anonymous said...

stay not SAY

Anonymous said...

Moving on....

Today's Lesson..

How to Make a Lava Lamp with Household Ingredients


Have you ever caught yourself hypnotized by a lava lamp? You hold it in your hand, shake it lightly while inside the liquid quivers and separates into different shapes, and colors. Then you look at the price tag, and put it back. Fortunately, you can make a simple home spun version. It won't look exactly like one of those store bought ones, but it will be a fun project and you will learn a thing or two about chemistry while you're at it!

Steps
Prepare the mixture. Fill the bottle 3/4 full with vegetable oil. Add water to the remainder of the bottle, almost to the top but without overflowing. Drop in 10 drops of food coloring, to make the solution look fairly dark.
Cut the Alka-Seltzer tablet into 8 pieces. Drop one of the tiny pieces into the oil and water mixture. The mixture will start to bubble.
Wait until the bubbling stops and add another piece of Alka-Seltzer. Continue, until there is no more Alka-Seltzer left, and the bubbling has completely stopped.
Screw on the cap of the soda bottle. Tip the bottle back and forth and watch the wave appear. The tiny droplets of liquid join together to make one big lava-like blob.
Place a strong flashlight or search light under the bottle to illuminate the bubbles for maximum effect.

This experiment demonstrates some science you already know...oil and water do not mix. Even if you try to really shake-up the bottle, the oil breaks up into small little drops, but the oil doesn't mix with the water. Food coloring only mixes with water. That's why it does not color the oil. In addition, the Alka-Seltzer tablet reacted with the water to make tiny bubbles of carbon dioxide gas. These bubbles attached themselves to the blobs of colored water and cause them to float to the surface. When the bubbles popped, the color blobs sank back to the bottom of the bottle.

Anonymous said...

Lesson For Saby:


How to Grow Old Without Feeling Old

As you sit in the hospital waiting room, waiting for the baby to be born, you think back to the day when you had your first child. Now, here you are, looking forward to your first great-grand child. It's amazing how time flies, and looking back can leave you feeling old! But just because you've got several decades behind you doesn't mean you have to feel old. Here's how to stay young in mind and spirit.

1. Keep age in perspective. Never think of age as being anything but just a number. There are some things in life we have no control over, such as when we were born. Age is no more than a circumstantial detail, like the color of your eyes, or the names of your parents; it does not define who you are. There are other things that do--those things we do have control over, such as how we think and what we do.

2. Visit the libraryLive and enjoy each day. There is always something positive or something to look forward to each day. Enjoy the sun shining on your plants, or a movie you are going to see. Look forward to reading a good book, or meeting with friends for lunch. If you feel lonely, go to the library. It is a great place to meet and talk to people who have a similar interest. Surround yourself with people, even if you might never see them again. You can do this at a supermarket, or even a department store or coffee shop.

3. Don't waste your time thinking that you're too old to do this or that. As long as you have your health, you can do just about anything you find an interest in doing. If you have never used a computer, buy one! Learn how to use it. You will find you have brought the whole world into your room. Learn new things and do the things you never had the time to do before.

4. Take care of your body. Take vitamins and eat healthy. Exercise at either a gym or at home. Dance to the music on a CD, as moving your body is great exercise. Get a full physical and visit your dentist at least once a year.

5. Don't look back. Don't worry about what happened in the past. Live just for today. The one thing that no one can change is the past. What has been is over and done with. The future has not yet come, so all we have is today. So enjoy today, let the past go, and plan for the future.

6.Keep your mind alert. Do crossword puzzles, learn a new language, or take up a hobby you were always too busy for. Exercise an Open Mind. Become a volunteer editor on a website like wikiHow or Wikipedia. By volunteering time to a wiki you will meet other contributors online and keep your writing ability sharp, while helping others receive free knowledge.

7. Keep up with the news. By doing this, you always will be able to converse with most people. Be up to date on what is new in politics, fashion, and/or in computers. Learn about the new methods of treatments and the new drugs available so you can advise your family members, who might need the information.

8. Find ways to interact. Even with no close friends or family around, there are many opportunities to talk to new people. Strike up a conversation with people you meet in the supermarket. Greet people you pass on the street, and ask them how they're doing. You'll be surprised at how refreshed offering a kind word to a stranger will make you feel.

9. Stay positive. Try to avoid thinking negative thoughts as it will get you no place except sadness. For example, trying to figure out why a mate died and left you alone will only bring tears to your eyes. Instead, remember all the wonderful years you shared, and how you both brought such wonderful children into this world. Go out with a smile on your face, and enjoy the rest of your life as best as you can. There may even be a new mate on the horizon. You never know!

10. Do something different every day. The local newspapers usually have a weekly schedule of activities. Find one that you would enjoy and go for it! Perhaps the museum or a flower show might tickle your fancy this week.

11. Join a group, club, or volunteer at a library or senior center. Take dancing lessons. Ballroom dancing is back, and just think of how great you would feel dancing the Cha Cha once again, as you did in your youth. Meet with like-minded people, and help those less fortunate than yourself.

12. OR BLOG AND PESTER BLOGGERS LIKE SABY DOES

Caraf said...

Saby, I didnt take the pic! I stole it from fifaworldcup.com - they have 217 gorgeous pctures of the brasil team

cheesemeister said...

I think of the Iranan football fans as staging a peaceful protest with the way they are dressing, and I would applaud them.
I like the picture of the turtle with horns--that's great!
But dude, the one with the woman sitting there with her butt floss showing for all to see--my eyes really did not need that!