Archive | June 13, 2014

An Orgasm A Day Target Tables Now That Tefina From Trimel Pharmaceuticals Might Make This Easier For All.

Anura Guruge, June 8, 2013.

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by Anura Guruge


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Full Disclosure:
 own shares in Trimel.


Following yesterday’s post where I talked about the lifetime orgasm numbers you should be aiming for etc., it occurred to me that I should share with you some ‘planning’ tables — though they are very easy to work out, and I had been thinking of saving them to use in my first book on this delightful subject. But, I decided to share. Click to ENLARGE. Not profound, at all. Easy to work out. Dear ladies — just multiply these numbers, for us poor men, by 2 (or greater). SMILE. And you all will sure be SMILING. Why do you think that I smile so much.

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West Indies Lineup For The 2nd Test Against New Zealand — If Nothing Else Chanderpaul Must Be At #3.

Anura Guruge, June 8, 2013.

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by Anura Guruge


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WI vs. NZ 2014 1st Test — June 11, 2014.
2/ Shillingford’s fastest 50 — June 13, 2014.

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Click to access original, plus entire 1st Test gallery, at CricInfo.

Click to access original, plus entire 1st Test gallery, at CricInfo.

Of course we could have and should have done better. But, this is the ‘modern’, 21st century WI team. Yes, of course, calamities like this did not happen with ‘my’ team. But, c’est la vie. This is all part of the magic of Caribbean cricket.

Not sure why Shiv is batting at #4. He should be at #3. Any talk about that he needs a bit more time for the shine to be taken off the ball (or similar) is bogus. With Powell and Edwards at #2 & #3 he is coming in when the ball is but a few overs old. So what is the difference. Reminds me of a ‘important’ match I played for IBM. The captain, Guy Wilson, tells me “OK. I will open. I will take the new ball. You can then come in at #3 and smash a few quick runs”.  He was out first ball. I might as well have opened! So that is my logic for Shiv. Yes, he is 40. Reactions are not what it was, BUT you can’t top is experience. He always needed a bit more time. Going in at #3 would give him that time. Here is my thinking. IF he had gone in at #3, and yes, of course, things could have changed, he might have got to hundred in the first innings. IF he did get that hundred and there were, lets say two wickets left, he might have given us another quick 50. So we could have had say 80 more runs — just by virtue of him coming in one wicket earlier. 80 runs in the first innings could have changed the whole complexion.

So, Shiv definitely should be at #3.

Where is Sammy? I, if my life depended on it, will always, but always, pick half-brother Dwayne over Darren. Yea, yea, yea. Darren looks the part etc., BUT Dwayne is the fighter and that is what we again need in the side. Some fighters.

Marlon breaks my heart and my heart goes out to him. He, when firing on most of his cylinders, is so good. But, he is looking more and more pedestrian of late. I think, and I hate to say this, but we need to ditch him. Put him out of his misery.

They have to bring Dwayne Smith back. He will start clicking soon. He inspires more confidence than Powell. Ditto Simmons for Edwards. Screw their current averages. Look at temperament and potential. Is Narine injured.

Well this is my take.


Shane Shillingford’s Audacious 25 Ball Test 50 In The WI vs. NZ 2014 1st Test — The Video.

Anura Guruge, June 8, 2013.

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Click to access 1:45 highlight video from ESPN CricInfo. Definitely worth 2 minutes of your life.


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The fastest Test 50s. Shillingford is #2 behind Kallis. Viv makes the least with his buddy Ian but it took both of them 32. Gordon doesn’t make this list. I guess even at his very best he was still too circumspect for such a crash, bang, wallop. Never heard of EAV Williams. Before my time. Two Sri Lankans. That I expected. Click to enlarge. From CricInfo. Use link below to access CricInfo original …

Link to access CrickInfo original ….


It was absolutely a peach of an innings. The two straight sixes at 14* and 20* were worthy of Gale. He looked good. Couple of ‘hoicks’ worthy of yours truly. Loved the gem. Meant nothing in the context of the game but it cheered all and asunder. Even the few scattered NZ supporters were on their feet cheering.

Thanks Shane. It was his highest score. Never scored a Test 50 prior to that.

Lets also NOT forget ‘Man of the Match’ Mark Craig hitting his very 1st ball in Test cricket for a very, clean 6. Wow. Talk about a dream. I am in awe.

Said it before, will say it again, even if my beloved West Indies lost, this was one cracker of a game with some beautiful innings and some inspired bowling. Thanks guys. Can’t wait for the 2nd Test.


Mame’s, Meredith (N.H.) — Very Distressed To See That It Is In Foreclosure & Up For Auction.

Anura Guruge, June 8, 2013.

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The top right picture on this Webpage
is supposedly from Meredith photographer George M Hawkins.

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Click to access Auction Website.


Mame’s was #3 in my November 2012 “Ten In New Hampshire: Restaurants (Non-Buffet) In Central NH, Worth The Drive”.

I raved about their Pumpkin Ravioli at the 2012 Meredith  “Trick or Eat” (Got Lunch) on Sunday, October 28. In that post I said this about John Cook, who used to own and operate Mame’s: “Very good. Did themselves proud. Bravo. Owner John Cook (which is a great name other than the fact that he is also a commercial pilot) did ALL of the serving and clearing up. Nice touch. Many would not know that this was the legendary John Cook. I just asked him whether he was still flying. He was. He didn’t recognize me. I am 10 years older and haven’t weathered well. Very nice guy.”

Not much I need to or can add beyond that. That is very much a part of why I am so upset when I saw the auction notice in the local paper yesterday evening. Things like this should not happen to nice people like John Cook — unless, of course, he wanted it this way. I don’t know the story — at all. He was a commercial, private jet pilot — i.e., he would fly private jets, on contract. I assume the money was good. I remember talking to him in the evenings and hearing that he had done a ‘gig’ that day: flown a jet from Laconia or Portsmouth to Detroit earlier in the day and how he would hit a local gym while his client went to whatever meeting and then flying back.

I lived in Meredith, on the water, on what was the old, just 5 houses, Mile Point, from March 1997 to December 1999. Used to frequent Mame’s quite a bit those days. It was my late night eating place. Hence conversations such as above with John. More often than not I was the last patron to leave and John was fine with that. We would chat. 1997 to 1999 was still at the height of dot.com. I was travelling and working like a ‘brown’ — if not a black. I was in the air at least 3 – 4 days a week and that would typically explain the late night dining at Mame’s. If I was back from a trip and fancied somewhere nice to eat and have some good red wine (and I always had somebody who would drive me home) I would end up at Mame’s. It was cozy.

It is a shame. I will have to ask Julie of Giuseppe’s what the story is. I know that she too will be sad. From what I know the successful Meredith restaurant owners like Julie and John (at least till now) never viewed each other as competition. More like partners since they each addressed a different demand. 

I wish John Cook nothing but the very best. I hope this all works out for him.


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