After upsetting the long undefeated Liverpool FC over the weekend, many British media publications lined up to declare Jose Mourinho a genius and hail the Chelsea FC tactics at Anfield as the “death of possessive football”.Despite this, it seemed to some that Chelsea’s set up against Liverpool would also be applied to Atltico Madrid, who would then crumble and go away defeated.But Atltico Madrid is not Liverpool and the Champions League is not the Barclays Premier League.You have to play for the CL title if you want to win it.Atltico Madrid came to London to do just that, and they walked out 1 3 victors over a rattled Chelsea team.After a little over a half hour of play, neutrals and fans alike were expecting the game to drift toward a scoreless conclusion. There were many that were entertaining the possibility of a penalty shootout.Then Fernando Torres of all people opened up the scoring in the 36th minute, leading Chelsea fans to chant that “he scores when he wants” (which isn’t often enough, sadly).The half ended shortly afterward, but the London club had no way of knowing the 1 1 score was pretty much the beginning of the end. A couple of minutes later, Costa netted home a sublime goal that put Atltico in the driver seat.
Sticking to the same topic on IMF policies the other night I stumbled on a programme hosted by Richard Dimbleby in which the guest speaker was none other than the current head of the IMF Christine Lagarde. Normally I would be quite indifferent to such programmes but perhaps because I had just escaped reading Chossudovsky’s book, the lecture aroused my curiosity and therefore decided to give it a try. So, I sat there, totally fixated on her every word not wanting to miss anything it was strangely, one of those popcorn moments.
I rather buy a pair of Hyper Venom I cut out the tongue, remove the cushion and glue a high quality compressing sock inside. I can find any one who caries them locally, i guess they really expensive for an american football shoe, but they cheap for a soccer boot. So i probably buy them and see how it goes.
To do this, NVIDIA needs to get integrated GPUs in more than just their low end boards, which is why they are going to begin putting integrated GPUs in all of their boards. NVIDIA seems rather excited about what this is going to do for power consumption . To illustrate the point they gave us some power consumption numbers from their own testing, which while we can confirm at this point and are certainly the worst (best) case situation, we know from our own testing that NVIDIA numbers can be too far off..