Monday, 31 March 2008

Wolves 08

I was walking in the city centre today, and I saw this displayed in the window of the Wolverhampton Wanderers shop. I HAD to take a picture and post it here.
Picture is a bit bad, so I apologize for that :) (you can see me if you look closely.. haha)
Hope you all had a good Easter Break!


Saturday, 29 March 2008

Social Information: Free Tibet

From Beppe Grillo's Blog:

What if the United States had invaded Mexico. What if France had occupied Algeria. Or what if Australia had declared war on Papua New Guinea. What if Japan had annexed Manchuria. What if Italy were to go back to Libya with gunboats. What if all of this happened in the year in which the Olympic Games were due to be held in the United States, in France, in Australia, in Japan or in Italy. Would the Olympic Games still have gone ahead in these Countries? On what grounds? In the name of the WTO? Globalisation? Consumerism?
Humanity owes an enormous debt to Tibet, to its culture and to its inhabitants. Tibet has been left alone for almost sixty years, and this in the interests of realpolitik. It is easy to see why this has happened. If you are big, you are able to go ahead and invade, destroy and exterminate. If, instead, you are small and you have petroleum, then it’s deemed to be your own business. A case in point - Chechnya. Another case in point - Iraq.
Launch a petition to the Secretary General of the United Nations for a free Tibet.
Send the following message:
"Free Tibet. Stop to the China Olympic Games"
to the General Secretary of the United Nations and help to spread the message.

Free Tibet


Sunday, 23 March 2008

easter time!


I'd like to wish you a...
see you soon!

Tuesday, 18 March 2008

Greetings from Ireland

Hope you all had a great St Patrick's Day :D



Monday, 17 March 2008

Spring Break: Happy Easter!

See you soon guys... enjoy your Easter Vacation!
A big hug to everybody.
I'll miss you for sure..


Saturday, 15 March 2008

Spring Break!

Everyone have a fun and safe Spring Break!

I look forward to seeing you after break and hearing all about your holidays!

and for you especially, Janine...

and for Julie (wake me up when it's November)...

Love the ERASMUS peeps! See you in two weeks!

Wednesday, 12 March 2008

Hey Baby...

..... ^_^

Tuesday, 11 March 2008

Birthday party!

11 March 2008


at 10 pm Surrey Hall 3rd floor

....sob...I'm getting old!!!! O_o

Monday, 10 March 2008

Oxfordshire and Cotswolds?? We got it!

Guys, some pictures!

Sunday, 9 March 2008

Pancakes' party on this 8th of March

Jan, you were very gifted, but sorry Kiril was better than you and me for doing this. :)
... and a last video for the dessert: Jan who is singing "Spider cochon" in french!!! Very good!

"Spider cochon, spider cochon, il peut marcher au plafond. Est-ce qu'il peut faire une toile, bien sûr que non, c'est un cochon! Prends garde, Spider cochon est là!"

Saturday, 8 March 2008

International Women Day

What will be a world without women??...Happy International Women Day

Friday, 7 March 2008

For the Belgians

So when I say "I am going to bed," it apparently means, "I am going to post mildly offensive New Zealand parodies of French songs." 

Here it is in all its glory . . . 
It's from the American TV series The Flight of the Conchords, starring the New Zealand comedy band of the same name.  Be amazed . . . 

Tuesday, 4 March 2008


This is your present from 3 french girls ... A lot of kiiiissssss (^_^)

Are you still THE mighty Jan ???

Sorry ... Don't kill me ! (^_^)

City bar, wednesday

Hi everybody,

we suggest to go to the City Bar this Wednesday...
It would be great if the most overseas students would be here :)
So if you want to come, it's 10.00 pm in front of Lomas street's reception, don't be late 'cause after we couldn't enter.
See you!!!

Monday, 3 March 2008

Backstreet Boys in Concert

This may sound crazy but I think you should all consider this.
I'm sure most of you must have at least one of their albums (but you're afraid to admit it) and now there is the possibility to see them live! Let's sing a long to the songs we once knew by heart and pretend we're 16 all over again!

The concert is on May 8th in NIA in Birmingham. Doors open at 18:30. Tickets are between 25-30 pounds. It could be a fun way to end the semester.
For more information on tickets go HERE.

Matteo and I are already practicing the songs and we hope that you will join us!
I'm sure that AJ, Howie, Nick, and Brian will appreciate it (Kevin unfortunately left the group)
xx, Jamie

Worcester: some pictures!

Nothing to say fellows, unless "Thank be to my tripod".

Remember that the Worcester Cathedral is printout on the 20£ notes..

A big hug,