Donny Tedjo Blog

Saturday, April 19, 2008

Messiahs Sticky Fingers

Stinky Sticky FingersSticky Fingers may just be the band's most drug-drenched album, as well over half of the songs mention drug use, while the rest merely allude to it. Some final overdubbing and mixing in January 1971, found the album complete and preceded by "Brown Sugar", "Sister Morphine" that March, which reached number 1 in the US and 2 in the UK.
The artwork for Sticky Fingers - including a working zipper that opened to reveal a man in cotton briefs - was conceived by Andy Warhol.

It's really difficult to know well what that fingers inside jeans brief done or means.So it's depend upon your observation and perceptions. For people in Siberians it's normal if they slips their hand in it, yeah it's cold man :-).

Maradona Full Finger Grips
The Background that was the most amazing Fingers On The Wolrds.
So it's not clear if Maradona "Hand Of God" or "Mano de Dios" on the background have brought Argentina as the World Master in Footbal Championship 1986.

The Story:
Six minutes into the second half, the score was 0–0. Maradona cut inside from the right flank and played a diagonal low pass to the edge of the area to teammate Jorge Valdano and continued his run in the hope of a one-two movement. Maradona's pass, however, was played slightly behind Valdano and reached England's Steve Hodge, the left-midfielder who had dropped back to defend.
Hodge (who swapped shirts with Maradona after the game) tried to hook the ball clear but miscued it. The ball screwed off his foot and into the penalty area, toward Maradona, who had continued his run. England goalkeeper Peter Shilton duly came out of his goal to punch the ball clear, with his considerable height (6'1" or 185cm) making him clear favourite to beat Maradona (5'5" or 165cm) to it. However, Maradona reached it first—with the outside of his left fist. The ball went into the goal, and the referee, (Tunisian Ali Bin Nasser), not having seen the infringement, allowed the goal.

Many people, including Shilton, did not initially realize it was a handball. Some television commentators thought the objections of the English defenders were claims for offside (Maradona could not have been offside because the previous touch was by an England player), and it was only clear from other camera angles-not the original one-that there had been an offence.

Messiahs Sticky Fingers

Sincerely Yours.
Tamara Geraldine
The Truth Worthy Football presenter in my country :)