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    FREE!!!Send us your comments and stories to: [email protected] Issue

    41#Every first and thirdweek of the month

    Sept 21 - Oct 05, 2011

    An online version of BuGils Bi-Weeklyis also AVAILABLE! To subscribe, email to

    [email protected] or drop your

    business card at one of our outlets.

    Stolen parrot talks to police - helps catch thief

    BEIJING - A parrot which was stolen in China has

    helped police catch the man who stole him -- by

    speaking up and becoming a police informer.

    The clever bird had been sold by the crook to a

    pet shop in Beijing, which the righul owner hap-

    pened to visit aer his bird was taken.

    As soon as the parrot saw its master its said to

    have started talking to him and sta at the pet

    store realised Wang Lu was his righul owner.

    Details of the man whod sold the bird to the store

    were then passed on to cops who quickly located

    and arrested him.

    Previously weve seen a clever parrot returned

    home aer giving police his home address, one

    who can speak Urdu and English and another

    who was arrested for being part of a drugs gang.

    bi WeeklyBuGilsLife in Jakarta, It's getting better all the time


    Whos nicked boy? Whos nicked boy?

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    FORT LAUDERDALE, Fl. Willie David

    Rice could be commended for his hon-

    esty, at least.

    In federal court on Thursday to answer to

    charges that he guarded an Oakland Park

    brothel, he gave this response when thejudge asked about his line of work: Crimi-


    Aer an awkward pause, Rice, 45, ex-

    plained hes never had legimate employment. He was one of three

    people arrested in May during a raid on the Boom Boom Room, a bor-

    dello with underage girls.

    U.S. District Judge William Dimitrouleas said in the 22 years hes been

    on the bench and asked about employment, its the rst me Ive

    heard that answer.

    Rice, a New Jersey nave who lived in Hollywood, pleaded guilty to

    possessing a rearm by a convicted felon, punishable by up to 10 years

    in prison.

    LOS ANGELES - In the world of animated TV, its no stretch to say that

    good-natured Gumby is far down the list of characters that would

    commit armed robbery.

    But a man clad in a full-gured Gumby costume has made a botched

    aempt to rob a 7-Eleven store in California, and authories are look-

    ing for the suspect, police said on Wednesday.

    It happened early on Monday when the man came into the San Di-

    ego store dressed as the green claymaon gure, accompanied by an

    ordinarily dressed accomplice, San Diego Police spokesman Detecve

    Gary Hassen said.

    The costumed man announced he was robbing the store, but the clerk

    thought it was a joke, police said.



    Man dressed as Gumby tries to rob store

    Oakland Park brothelsuspect surprises judge

    SHELTON, Conn. A Conneccut man was so upset about the lack of

    parking enforcement in his town that he parked his car illegally in a

    handicapped space and called police over a dozen mes. When they

    showed up, they subdued him with a stun gun and arrested him.

    Shelton police say they had to use the stun gun on Michael Andes

    Thursday morning aer he became combave and screamed at of-

    cers that they werent doing their job. He was charged with breach

    of peace, interfering with an ocer and was given a parking cket.

    Authories say Andes rst called police at 2 a.m. and yelled at adispatcher.

    Andes posted $1,000 bail and is due in court Sept. 6. Theres no

    phone lisng for Andes. It s unclear if he has a lawyer.


    Man reports own parkingviolation to Conn. Police

    Gumby said, You dont think its a robbery? Let me show you my

    gun, Hassen said.

    The suspect then tried to reach into his Gumby ouit but experi-

    enced a costume malfuncon and could not t his hand in a pock-

    et, he said.

    Instead of a gun, the costumed suspect pulled out 26 cents in change

    which he dropped on the oor, police said.

    The accomplice, who had le the store and goen into a minivan,

    honked at the man dressed as Gumby. He, too, walked out of the

    store without managing to take any money, police said. Both men

    le in the minivan.

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    Two employees of an English security rm havebeen red aer being tricked into aaching an

    electronic monitoring bracelet to a prisoners pros-thec leg.

    Christopher Lowcock, 29, disguised his false leg bywrapping it in bandages which was enough to fooltwo workers from G4S who visited his home in Ro-chdale to t the tag and monitoring equipment.

    The workers would have noced Mr Lowcocks ar-cial limb had they conducted the proper testswhich they ignored.

    The oversight allowed Mr Lowcock to simply re-move his leg and leave it at home whenever hewanted to breach the condions of his house ar-rest for driving and drug oences, and possessionof an oensive weapon.

    Another ocer from G4S whose job was to checkmonitoring equipment was correctly installed alsofailed to conduct the proper tests.

    The security rm became suspicious last monthand when they visited Mr Lowcocks home theydiscovered he had been returned to custody for adriving oence.

    G4S is a private security company that tags around70,000 oenders each year on behalf of the UKsministry of jusce, a spokeswoman told the Roch-dale Observer.

    In this individuals case two employees failed to adhere to the correct procedures when installing the tag. Had theydone so, they would have idened his prosthec leg.

    Failure to follow procedure is a serious disciplinary oence, and the two employees responsible for the installaonof the tag have now been dismissed.


    Pair fired for fitting surveillance tag to false leg

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    Cazbar Fantasy Football is now well on the way and this is how it

    looks at the top of the table. There is sll a long way to go, so keep

    at it, who knows it could be you at the top next week!



    A Big Cazbar Happy Birthday to Dewi who celebrated another year on planet

    Earth last Friday with all her friends in tow!

    Ray Aree

    Well done to the winners of the last quiz (pic) hope to see

    you all at the next one hosted by quiz-master Phil on the

    29th Sept

    Ray Aree


    1. Arcasena Hardi Seawan 326

    2. London City Stephen McCullough 325

    3. MastersOfTheUniverse Jonathan Streifer 321

    4. Kopaja Stars Alexander Schroder 319

    5. AC Botak John Williams 311

    6. Giant Steps Simon Yearron 309

    7. More Tea Vicar? Philip Newton 303

    8. FC KNUDDE Hidde Maas 303

    8. Fergies_Finger Andrew Lee 303

    10. Pussynators Kurt Houghton 300

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    Wheel Deal 5 pm 'll midnightDierent deal every hour


    Music Video Night starts at 8.30 pm

    Get nostalgic with our new and oldmusic videos


    Ladies Martini Night 8 pm onwardsFree lychee marnis for ladiesunl midnight

    Quiz Night starts at 7.30 pmFree dra beer for all quiz parcipantsfrom 7.30 to 8.30 pm. Held on 2nd and

    4th Thursdays of the month.FRIDAYS

    Unplugged starts at 9.30 pmJavabeat(September 23)Wonderland(September 30)YM bluesacoustic+(October 7)SATURDAYS

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    De BurseWell as you all know the world cups started (not a great

    start for England but a wins a win!) Weve xed the issue

    with the projector so every things working as it should.

    Also we will be doing prize giveaways for the weekend

    games, and being the best bar in SCBD for sports theres

    no excuse not to come down!

    As all the Bugils bars do quizzes we felt your brains were

    geng over taxed so De Burse is changing to having only

    one quiz a month on the 1ST THURSDAY of the month.

    Many of you have been enjoying the great sausages

    EP has been oering, but as of now De Burse will also

    be stocked, give them a try they are some of the best


    Also in the pipeline is Halloween! Well be having somekind of fancy dress party, details nearer the me. And

    also De Burses 1st Birthday! Beginning of November

    which I hope youll all be able to make, again more de-

    tails nearer the me.



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    Monday Profile 6 - 8 pmFree beers for those who t our Monday prole


    Cheese & Wine 5.30 - 7.30 pmFree ow of internaonal cheese and wine. Ticketsrequired - IDR 200k presales; IDR250k on the night


    Chicken Wings 5.30 - 8.00 pmGet chicken wings at IDR 2k per piece withthe purchase of any drink


    Pub Quiz starts at 7.30 pmWinners get their drinks bill waived.Only on the 1st Thursday of the month!

    Beer Church starts at 6 pmBring your favourite beers and stage a beer exchange.Only on the 2nd and 4th Thursdays of the month!


    Pressure Hour 5 - 6 pmFree beers will be served unl someone leaves the stage

    Acoustic Session 8 pm ll midnight


    Happy Hour open - 8 pmBintang Draught IDR28k - Heineken Draught IDR 29k

    Ladies Night 6 - 9 pmLadies get 50% o everything by the glass

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    Pacific Place


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    De Burse


    For those that didnt know!

    Good old fashioned game of SPOOF!

    De Burse staff destroys Cazbar!

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    served with mashed potatoes andcaramalized onion grav


    Rp. 85,000net*95,000

    chorizosmoked spanish

    paprika& garlic

    toulousewhite wine

    garlic& nutmeg

    lincolnshiremixed herbswith lots of sage


    & black pepper


    & black pepper


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    De HooiHi Guys,

    Funny story: Not too long ago, oh maybe less than a year, I bought

    a Logitech Bluetooth keyboard/mouse set. Theyre prey cool.

    The keyboard beeps when I get new email and has an LCD dis-

    play on it, tells me the temperature and the me and does lotsof other stu and the mouse has so many buons on it and the

    wheel does the side scrolling thing and has its own charging base.

    Another cool feature with the mouse is the wheel will go line at

    a me with the slight clicks but if you spin it fast enough it free

    wheels for scrolling through long documents. I thought that was

    really smart. The set wasnt cheap, over a million rupiah but well

    worth it as my computer is hooked directly into my TV and that

    means I never even have to leave bed to get things done.

    Well the funny thing is about a week ago when I put the mouse

    in the cradle it would act like it was going to start to recharge, thelile green lights climbing, and then it would stop and the baery

    light would ash red twice over and over again. Oh crap! What

    can you do right? I guess I could try and take it back to the place

    I bought it but who knows if I sll have the box and the receipt.

    Was at the mall where I bought it and couldnt even nd the place.

    Who knows if theyre even sll open. I tried cleaning the contacts

    but that didnt work and true enough it has fallen o the side of

    my bed a few mes but I gured they drop tested this kinda stu.

    So anyway my soware said I sll had 20% baery life le or 2

    days me and I gured maybe if I kept pung it in its cradle it

    might get that one minute of charging me and keep on working

    but that red light was really bugging me. My rst step was to nd

    the troubleshoot on the Logitech website and I think it said I had

    a defecve baery or something but wasnt very helpful. And then I think a few clicks later I was lucky enough to

    nd a forum or a blog (whats the dierence: never mind I just googled that and it turned into a can of worms) and

    anyway a guy had purchased the same model as mine on eBay and for that reason it wouldnt be under warranty ac-

    cording to Logitech. Plus even if it was, youd have to send it in and then months later maybe youd get a funconing

    mouse so he picked it up and slammed it on his desk! . . . You guessed it, he put it in the cradle and up it charged to

    100% with all the prey green lights and not a red light in sight. He didnt recommend doing it yourself as the lile

    bastard aint cheap but it worked for him.

    Comment aer comment of skepcal people reluctant to try it but with no other choice started picking up their

    mouses, pardon me, mice and slamming them on their desks and then singing the praises of the man who did it

    rst and le his post. I thought this must be a bunch of shit, some ding dong somewhere wants me to pick up my

    mouse and slam it down on the desk and hes secretly having a laugh somewhere as the world ruins their (mice?).

    BUT. . . I did it anyway and now it works perfectly. Huh.

    Thanks for making De Hooi Southern Jakartas favorite beer joint.



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    Wholettheseguysinhere? Hopetheypaytheirbill.





    Pick me a winner

    De Hooi Pics

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    De HooiRegular Events

    MondaysAll Day Happy Hour

    Wheel Deal 5 pm ll midnightDierent deal every hour

    TuesdaysGet Brainwashed 5.30 - 7.30 pmBrainwash and Twisted at IDR100k per glass and IDR 525k per pitcher

    Beer PongLoser pays for the pitchers.Starts when youre ready

    WednesdaysQuiz Night starts at 8 pmEvery other Wednesday.

    Maximum 4 to a team. Winners drink for free

    Chicken Wings 7 pm onwardsGet chicken wings at IDR 2k per piece.From 7 pm ll we run out

    ThursdaysLadies Night 6 pm ll closedLadies ge 50% all drinks all night

    Live Music starts at 9 pm

    FridaysLive Music starts at 9 pm

    SaturdaysLive Music starts at 9 pmSundaysBloody Mary Bar 8 am ll noonFree Bloody Mary with the

    purchase of breakfast

    Open Mic 8 pm ll lateA free beer for everyonewho sings a song

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    Eastern Promise

    Walkers World of Whit

    12 BuGils Bi-Weekly - Issue #41 - September 21, 2011

    A Police STOP at 1 AM - An elderly man is stopped by the police around 1 a.m. and is asked where he is

    going at this me of night. The man replies, I am going to a lecture about alcohol abuse and the eects ithas on the human body.

    The ocer then asks, Really? Who is giving that lecture at this me of night? The man replies, That

    would be my wife.

    Because its Rugby me....

    Three Australians and three Maori are travelling by train to Brisbane for the decider for the Tri Naons

    Cup. At the staon, the three Maori each buy a cket and watch as the three Aussies buy just one cketbetween them.

    How are the three of you going to travel on only one cket? asks one of the Maori.

    Watch and learn, mate, answers one of the Aussies.

    They all board the train. The Maori take their respecve seats but all three Aussies cram into a toilet andclose the door behind them. Shortly aer the train has departed, the conductor comes around collecngckets. He knocks on the toilet door and says, Ticket please.

    The door opens just a crack and a single arm emerges with a cket in hand. The conductor takes the cketand moves on. The Maori see this and agree it was quite a clever idea. So aer the game, they decide togo one beer on the return trip and save some money.

    When they get to the staon for the return trip, the Aussies, once again, buy a single cket for the returntrip. To their astonishment, the Maoris dont buy a cket at all!!

    How are you going to travel without a cket? says one perplexed Aussies.

    Watch and learn, bro, answers a Maori.

    When they board the train the three Maori cram into a toilet and soon aer the three Aussies cram into

    another nearby. The train departs. Shortly aerwards, one of the Maori leaves the toilet and walks over tothe toilet where the Aussies are hiding. He knocks on the door and says, Ticket please.

    An Australian teacher in Sydney asks her students if theyre all Wallabies fans. Everyone raises their handexpect one lile girl.

    The teacher says Why arent you a Wallabies fan?I am an All Blacks fan

    The teacher asks why. Because my mum is an All Blacks fan, and my dad is an All Blacks fan, so Im an AllBlacks fan too!

    The teacher says That is no reason. What if your mum were a moron and your dad were a moron, whatwould you be then? Then Id be a Wallabies fan.

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    Eastern Promise

    EP Live Musicin our Beer Garden!

    All live music starts

    at 21.00

    EP crowd favorite


    Arguably Jakartas bestknown and longest playing

    all round expat rockers......


    Rock and Roll withBandRoll!!!!

    Sept Sept


    01Sept OctFri




    24Live performance



    Acoustic with 9 pm ll midnight

    Okta and Irvan

    Quiz Night starts at 8 pm

    Winners get their

    drinks bill waived


    Pressure Hour 5 - 6 pm

    Free beers unl someone

    leaves the bar or visits the toilet.

    Live Music 9 pm onwards


    Live Music 9 pm onwards


    Live String Trio 4 to 7 pm

    Pub classics and Irish folk songs . .


    EP Live Music in our Front Bar!

    Every SundayAcoustic Rock and Irish Folk Songswith The Live String Trio

    Every TuesdayPopular sing a long songs with Okta and Irvan!

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    Eastern PromiseWindow Model

    In celebraon of Lannys birthday, the EP girls covered her in

    cream for Chris to lick her clean..... well, something like that.

    Congratulaons Lanny and Chris! You are our window models

    of the week and soon to be Window Hall of Famers (check out

    our new sports room for that)

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    winning team dont pay their drinks bill


    Every last Tuesday of the month,max 4 persons per team.

    register to: [email protected]

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    Bartele GalleryBargain Maps of Asia.

    Grab them while theyre hot!

    Bartele GalleryJl. Kemang Raya 29AKemangJakarta+62 21 719 [email protected]/bartelegallery

    EAST INDIES (M0381).

    A mid-19th century map of the East Indies in outline colour published by George Virtu (c. 1793 - 1865) of 26 Ivy Lane, PaternosterRow, London in an English atlas probably between 1835 and 1850. Good overall condition apart from some paper browning around theedges of the map. Measures 191 x 243 mm.Bargain price: US$ 50!

    ASIA (M0523).

    A small early 19th century English map of Asia inoriginal colour drawn by Aaron Arrowsmith (1750- 1823), engraved by Sydney Hall of 14 Bury Street,

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    Condition: Good

    Measures: 201 x 245 mm.

    Bargain price: US$ 55!

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    Bartele Gallery

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    BuGils FC

    The new season is upon us and in keeping with tradion the new strip is some way behind. As with last season, part of the problemis what to do with the sponsors logos. Last season we eschewed* the opon of the cheap strip for fear that it may not take the

    iron-on logos. We neednt have worried no-one watching us will have recognised the logos anyway aer the rst wash. This

    season the problem is how to t all the logos on the shirts. As menoned in a previous match report, this season were blessed

    with an abundance of sponsors and in danger of resembling Formula1 drivers or Tour cyclists when the kit nally arrives. Thanks to Derrick

    and Nick for sponsoring again this season (Tesla and BH nancial respecvely). Derrick would like to point out that his company has noth-

    ing to do with electric cars, or indeed with saving the planet in any way, and Nick would like to point out that it is wrong to pronounce his

    company the Indonesian way and suggest it has anything to do with lingerie. Underwring, maybe, under-wiring, denitely not. Thanks

    also go to King for convincing his friend CVO to become one of the two main sponsors. As soon as we nd out what CVO does well let you

    know but its denitely not denstry and probably not slimming aids. It was good of King to take me o from praccing new goalkeeping

    techniques and acng as a form of demi-god to Sjoerds kids one of them (a four year old) turned up at a pre-season friendly wearing

    goalkeeping gloves and sporng a shaved head. You can almost imagine them stung pillows into their pyjamas and diving about the

    bedroom shoung I am Boris. Oops.

    Jasper possibly arranged the rest of the sponsors, including BuGils Group (very nice bars) who want no publicity at all for their extremely

    generous sponsorship. Other main sponsors Santa Fe were moved (ahem) to contribute a sizeable sum amazing that Jasper managed

    to me his request to coincide with the ve minutes Mr W spends in Jakarta each month (this is an esmate based on facebook posngs

    from exoc locaons). Moving swily on (ahem again), you may have noced EPL players sipping on drinks before games? Well, thanks to

    Coca Cola BuGils players can emulate all their heroes, although Im not sure Rooney et al are downing cans of Sprite during matches. Our

    appreciaon for post match drinks goes to Heineken, Guinness and the extremely generous, and publicity shy, BuGils Group (great bars).

    Much to the annoyance of Marcelele, Dos Hermanos donated cash rather than product but Marcelele can perhaps talk to other treasur -

    ers in Indonesia to see if theres some way of turning this to his advantage. If, in reading our shirts in the future you noce Ive missed any

    sponsors, please let me know what they do and Ill do the needful.

    Anyway, this is a match report so how about some talk of football? First game of the season against DoIt United. Those boys have been

    around so long theyre named aer a nightspot that no longer exists imagine that eh? Theyre renowned (rightly or wrongly) for being a

    bunch of moaning ****s during games. They also drink Anker post match even if they win! They beat us 2-1. We shoulda got a point at

    least, even though according to DoIt we cant play football.

    I dont want to bore you with further details of the above rst league match nor of the two pre-season friendlies not yet reported (we

    lost....badly). Last word goes to Willie blister boy, erstwhile top striker. While watching from the subs bench in a pre season friendly as

    Alex2 came on and sloed home against German Plus (who incidentally were back to their full strength - where Plus refers to Profession-

    als) striker Willie remarked its good to have someone who can score.

    * there always has to be a footnote...except when the editor misses it the last report told of BuGils rst silverware of the season; the miss-

    ing footnote on the word rst was supposed to clarify that this meant ever. Another constant in these reports is a word that encourages

    our mulnaonal players to consult their diconaries at two words a month were hoping English will be a rst language for the team of

    season 2111/2112.

    Marcelele FC BuGils Captain & TreasurerRay goggles Attree, FC BuGils Mascot Graham GG Garven, FC BuGils Scribe

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    BuGils FC

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    Check out JIFLs new website


    BuGils FC is proudly sponsored by:





    BUGILS 1 - 2 DO IT




    DO IT 5 - 2 LIONS

    Wednesday, September 14, 2011

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    Saturday, September 17, 2011

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    Saturday, September 10, 2011

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    Teams Played Won Lost Drew Goals + Goals - Goal DF Points

    DO IT 3 3 0 0 12 6 6 9SABOR LATINO 3 2 0 1 29 8 21 7

    WANDERERS 2 2 0 0 7 1 6 6

    GERMAN PLUS 2 1 1 0 4 5 -1 3

    JIS 1 0 0 1 5 5 0 1

    DE HOOI 2 0 1 1 0 1 -1 1

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    Wednesday, October 26, 2011

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    18 BuGils Bi-Weekly - Issue #41 - September 21, 2011

    Whats Happening in Jakarta

    EASTERN PROMISES 22NDANNIVERSARYFree 20 barrels of beer, EP Idol SingingCompetition, DJ performance, special drink dealsfor ladies and many more!

    Wednesday, September 28Jl. Kemang Raya No.5, Jakarta

    For more, information, call Meggy at (62) 815 911 5973


    Saturday, October 1door opens at 8 pm

    Cost: Rp1,200,000

    For more information, callRachael Davidson at(62) 813 988 00 387 or visitwww.bintangs.com

    JAVA SOULNATION FESTIVALFeat: Naughty By Nature, Mike Posner, Nelly,Public Enemy, Sophie Ellis-Bextor, Sevensoul,LMFAO, and many more

    September 23-25, 2011at Istora Senayan, Gelora Bung Karno Stadium

    Jl. Pintu Gelora 5, Jakarta 10270

    Tickets can be purchased through www.tiketnonton.com

    and appointed ticket boxes. For more information call(62) 21 96810022 / 96810023

    JAVA SOUL NATIONPRE-PARTYfeat. Valerius (Holland)

    Thursday, September 2210 pm onwardsat Portico Terrace Bistro,Senayan City

    Jl. Asia Afrika, Jakarta

    For more information, call(62) 857 1919 6913


    September 21 28CCF, Jl. Salemba Raya 25,


    For more information, call(62) 21 390 85 85


    Thursday, October 6at Goethe Haus,

    Jl. Sam Ratulangi 9-15,Jakarta

    For more information, call(62) 21 390 85 85


    Saturday, October 8at Carnival Beach, Ancol BayCity, Jakarta

    Presale tickets available. For

    more information, visitwww.rajakarcis.com


    Thursday, September 22

    Location TBA upon RSVP

    Cost: Rp200,000 250,000depending on membership type

    For more information, visitwww.internations.org


    Wednesday, September 28starts at 5.30 pmat Caf de Burse Equity Tower, Lower Ground Unit E

    Jl. Jend. Sudirman kav. 52 53, Jakarta

    For more information, call(62) 21 2903 5451

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    19 BuGils Bi-Weekly - Issue #41 - September 21, 2011

    1:45 - 3:45 Carling Cup Leeds United - Man United 9:30 - 11:30 RWC '11 Fiji - Samoa

    7:00 - 8:30 MLB Rays - Yankees 12:00 - 14:00 RWC '11 Ireland - Russia

    14:30 - 16:30 RWC '11 Tonga - Japan 14:30 - 16:30 RWC '11 Argentina - Scotland

    17:30 - 19:30 Eredivisie AZ Alkmaar - Feyenoord

    1:45 - 3:45 Carling Cup B&H Albion - Liverpool 19:00 - 21:00 F1 Singapore: main race1:45 - 3:45 Carling Cup Chelsea - Fulham 21:00 - 23:00 EPL QPR - Aston Villa

    7:00 - 8:30 MLB Nationals - Philies

    15:00 - 17:00 RWC '11 South Africa - Namibia 7:30 - 9:30 NFL Steelers - Eagles

    13:30 - 15:30 RWC '11 Wales - Namibia

    7:00 - 8:30 MLB Nationals - Braves

    15:30 - 17:30 RWC '11 Australia - USA 7:00 - 8:30 MLB NY Yankees - Tampa Bay Rays

    16:30 - 18:30 AFL Final: Collingwood - Hawthorn 7:30 - 9:30 NFL Redskins - Cowboys

    16:30 - 18:30 NRL Preliminary final 11:00 - 13:00 RWC '11 Canada - Japan

    13:30 - 15:30 RWC '11 Italy - USA

    1:45 - 3:45 Carling Cup B&H Albion - Leeds

    7:00 - 9:00 MLS Raptors - Bulls 7:00 - 8:30 MLB NY Yankees - Tampa Bay Rays

    11:00 - 13:00 AFL Final Geelong - West Coast Eagles 13:30 - 15:30 RWC '11 Georgia - Romania

    13:00 - 15:00 RWC '11 England - Romania

    15:30 - 17:30 RWC '11 New Zealand - France 8:00 - 10:00 Int'l friendly Brazil - Argentina

    16:30 - 18:30 NRL Preliminary final

    18:45 - 20:45 EPL Manchester City - Everton 14:30 - 16:30 RWC '11 South Africa - Samoa

    18:45 - 21:45 SPL Dunfermline - Rangers

    21:00 - 23:00 Championship Middlesbrough - Ipswich 9:30 - 11:30 RWC '11 Australia - Russia

    21:00 - 23:00 EPL Arsenal - Bolton 10:30 - 12:30 AFL Grand final - team TBC

    21:00 - 23:00 EPL Chelsea - Swansea 12:00 - 14:00 MotoGP Motegi, Japan: qualifying

    21:00 - 23:00 EPL Liverpool - Wolverhampton 12:00 - 14:00 RWC '11 France - Tonga

    21:00 - 22:00 F1 Singapore: qualiying 14:30 - 16:30 RWC '11 England - Scotland

    21:00 - 23:00 SPL Celtic - Iverness

    23:30 - 1:30 EPL Stoke City - Man United 7:00 - 9:00 RWC '11 Argentina - Georgia

    23:45 - 1:45 Eredivisie PSV Eindhoven - Roda JC 9:30 - 11:30 RWC '11 New Zealand - Canada

    10:00 - 12:00 MotoGP Motegi, Japan: main race

    1:45 - 3:45 Eredivisie Ajax - Twente Enschede 12:00 - 14:00 RWC '11 Wales - Fiji

    8:00 - 10:00 UFC Jones - Rampage 14:30 - 16:30 RWC '11 Ireland - Italy

    Sunday, September 25, 2011

    Friday, September 30, 2011

    Saturday, October 01, 2011

    Sunday, October 02, 2011

    Saturday, September 24, 2011

    Sunday, September 25, 2011

    Monday, September 26, 2011

    Tuesday, September 27, 2011

    Wednesday, September 28, 2011

    Thursday, September 29, 2011

    Wednesday, September 21, 2011

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