Tuesday, December 12, 2006

is dis it?
OK i will mail it to u
send me your mailing address

and your nude pic

go here for my pic http://imnutsincaps.blogspot.com/2005/06/saby-self-portrait.html

Nostalgia http://imnutsincaps.blogspot.com/2005/07/my-new-friendz.html

pics of GOA and other funn places
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awaiting said...


My address is ******** Lois Lane Memphis tennesee 99948848477733

Please send it right away!!

It is PURDY huh!?

awaiting said...

And I don't do nude. You send me nude first...yes?

Anonymous said...


send me your email id

awaiting said...

No email til you prove worthy.

Now, what's for dinner?

I'm hungry.

Anonymous said...

And why anon? Sign your brown butt into blogger and post as SABY!

I want SABY!

sdfsdfsdf said...

i wish to pass on my tots to the younger gen. I also want to keep my self up-dated on wat is cool and wat is not ... as perceived by dis gen. If i were to be born again, i wud want to be a mother or a teacher in junior school. The fate of dis world depends on the values imbibed by the little ones today.as a public blogg we are exposed to annony mouse attacks. We do not exercise censorship or accept liability for these comments. 'BULL SHIT - All i wanna do is to have some funn before i die'

saby said...

i just sent u my encrypted pic
did u get it ?

it comes in 100 pieces
u gott to assemble it


Anonymous said...

stop phishing, u creep

Anonymous said...

wat do u no!
my girl lives in tennesee too

we gonna see more of each other pretty soon

Anonymous said...

i dont trust u
i no who/wat u r

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Anonymous said...
'Keshi now lists 10 things she would NEVER do in her life'. So here they are:

1. Kill someone (saby is an exception)
2. Tell a lie (but I lie all the time and dont get cot)
3. Steal from someone (kiss dont count here)
4. Eat snakes/frogs/insects like some people do (I'd rather eat pussy)
5. Become a sex worker (i wud starve)
6. Live if I ever become pregnant(you know how much I hate a tummy)
7. Trade my values/beliefs for the world (not even for him, mebbe)
8. Sky-dive (will probably die out of fear 2 days before the dive)
9. Become fat to the extent that I'd dislike myself (even if I do I'd somehow get pregnant i wud get back in shape)
10. Stop dancing and flirting(unless I die)

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Anonymous said...

Dummy's guide to the Indo-US Nuclear Pact

C Offidally caJed the Henry J Hyde United States-India Peaceful Atomic Energy Co-ope:ration Act of 2006, it will allow American entities to export nuclear technology and fuel to India strictly for civilian purposes.

After India conducted nuclear tests in 1974, it became an international pariah where nuclear technology and fuel were concerned. The situation worsened after the 1998 tests. Trade did not take a big hit but our nuclear programmes - civilian and military - were stifled.

Yes. India's economy is showing signs of booIlling, raising hopes of graduating from the ranks of developing nations to a developed nation. India has the manpower, theresources and the technology, but faces a major stumbling block - energy shortage. Recent reports indicate that to keep up with demand, India plans to have 35% of its power needs met by nuclear energy by 2050. To achieve this target, it needs not just more nuclear power stations but also more efficient ones, which means better technology. More nuclear power stations also mean more fuel. India lacks adequate quantities of uranium - the most important nuclear fuel. But no country was .
willing to provide tech or fuel.

Unilaterally announced end to nuclear tests. Tried to soften US, which was orchestrating the international opinion against India's nuclear programmes.

Yes. ~any countries, including the veto powers, noted and lauded India's record on non-proliferation, which is impeccable. Opinion in US also veered around to this view. Remember, US laws do not permit co-operation on civilian nuclear technology with nations that are not signatories to the Non-proliferation Treat (NPT).


· WHY? .
For strategic reasons. China will

Don't worry.
No cOll1prolnise on military prograll1ll1e - EXTF.It'\Al. AFFAIRS MINlSriill PRA.'\AB MlIKIJERJF.E ON Tu.sDAY


soon challenge US for the position of the biggest economy in the world. China's economic growth is also fuelling its military ambitions. In the future, the US expects China to also challenge its position as the sole superpower. The US economy is not growing fast enough to keep up with China. For US to protect its preeminent position, it needs an ally like India, which is also on the verge of an economic boom.

The US wants to do all it can to

prop up India (as a counter to China). As mentioned above, India's growth faces the challenge of an energy shortage. Coal is polluting, there is a limit to hydroelectric power while hydrocarbons are expensive and supplyis dependent on ties with Gulf nations. According to PM Manmohan Singh, India needs to widen its options. Addressing the Rajya Sabha on August 17, 2006, he said, "The nuclear option is something which will give us greater degree of security on the energy front. That's the vision that inspires our quest for changing the nuclear order." While India can develop nuclear RS

technology, it does not have access to fuel, which is what the Indo-US deal can provide.

The US has technology but not fuel, which is controlled by the 45-nation Nuclear Suppliers Group (NSG). The NSG comprises countries that have nuclear technology or weapons or raw material (fuel). It contributes to the non-proliferation of nuclear weapons through the implementation of guidelines for nuclear exports and nuclear-related exports. Many countries still refuse to supply fuel to India and the

Indo-US deal does not cover this aspect.

The US is a significant player in the NSG. New Delhi believes that since it was able to persuade NSG to deprive India of fuel, it can also do the reverse.

Critics of the deal and Left parties are sceptical. Secondly, they are unhappy with US efforts to armtwist India into parroting its views on other nucle\lr pariahs Iran and North Korea. They also point out that the US president would be required to end the export of nuclear materials if India tests another nuclear device.

The deal will not ensure fuel or technology, only remove US government's objections to American companies exporting the same to India. New Delhi will have to strike separate deals with companies and other governments for technology and fuel for its civilian nuclear programme.
Secondly, India's civilian nuclear programme will be subject to scrutiny by the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA). Some see this as compromising our sovereignty.

No compromise on military programme but on Tuesday External Affairs Minister Pranab Mukherjee said, "The government has taken note of certain extraneous and prescriptive provisions in the legislation." How it will deal with' these changes is to be seen.

Anonymous said...

'Logic is only a view, to every person there is different logic'

Rex Venom said...

Hey! Saby!
Happy days and fun filled nights, right?
I hope the holidays are going well for you, old boy!
Rock On!

Anonymous said...

There was this terrible famine in Africa, you see, and Midge Ure and Bob Geldof didn't like the idea of people starving in Africa while people were getting fat in England. So they wrote a nice Christmas song and they called up their friends to help them record it, and the money they made went to African famine relief. Thing was, they didn't invite the Americans to help, which is odd because we Americans are notoriously fatter than the English. Not to be outdone, a bunch of American singers got together and recorded their own African famine relief tune. They called themselves USA for Africa - the USA officially stood for United Support of Artists, but after being excluded by the Brits we all new exactly what the USA really stood for. Back off, Brits, the colonists are singing! To make a short story even longer, the song - which was not even almost as good as Band Aid's "Do They Know It's Christmas" - was a really big hit and sold a lot of copies. The combined success of both tracks was so impressive that a big concert was held, simultaneously here in the States and in London. All the big names showed up, Bowie and Jagger made a cheap video, people phoned in contributions, advertisers ponied up for commercial spots, and a mountain of money was made.