Quick question, I have asked some other programmers, they were not 
sure.. my friend who knows c had said cout.SetColor('color'); although, 
ruby is not c, but I take its something simular.. so if anyone, can help 
me, this is an example, of what I want to be able to do.

http://img217.imageshack.us/img217/5291/adsfwz0.jpg

thats a link to the image, and basically I wanna control the fonts 
color, and the bg color of it..

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