Thursday, July 21, 2005

A birthday to remember

Good old friends, new family members, three cakes (yum) and lots of phone calls.

Certainly.. a birthday to remember, all my life.

Thank you everybody and thank you Charlie!!

Wednesday, July 20, 2005

A goodbye at the station…

Found this here here. Do read the write up.


Tuesday, July 19, 2005

Uneducated Opinions

"One reason is because most reporting is not done from an impartial standpoint. The real kicker is that most people will not take the necessary time to investigate the issue first and then form their own educated opinion. For the most part, people have preconceived notions and as a result they tend to listen to “news” stories or political banter that reinforces what they already want to believe."

If that’s the case in America, just imagine what happens in India where a large percentage of population is illiterate. People who don't even know what’s happening and how they are exploited. Reason why we have Lalu as our honorable Railway Minister.
Sometime back my friend told me that Ayodhya attack was planned and executed by RSS. I just smiled.

Friday, July 15, 2005


Picking up from here.
Somehow felt this needed more attention then being merely a comment on somebody's blog. Not to mention the underlying guilt of misusing somebody's personal space. Sorry Reva, my apologies.

Hah Anonymous, AIB is here to clear away all the confusion you created with your incoherent rambling. Usually I leave people to suffer in their own misery but this one made me feel miserable myself. I hate your kind of self righteous pseudo asses who act smart and think they are the best.

Let’s talk about Conversion? Yes I have problems with the Benny Hinn types. Yes I will always have a problem if they try and change the demography of my country. I hate Bangaldeshi immigrants and I hate people who want a free labor market with Bangladesh. I want India to be a Hindu majority country. Very true that I was not here all the time to protect my religion but there were like minded people or else how do you think Sikhism evolved. Go read history instead of writing essays.

In Hinduism there is only one kind of follower, the Realised Rishi, in your own word “Those who follow one God and feel that a person who prays to any other - in whatever fashion that might seem apt to him or them is ultimately his own God”. And that’s why I say that I am a proud Hindu. Ayodhya was one example of our tolerance and our will to live in harmony with others. No other religion and its followers have this trait. You are far away from the ground realities annoyed baby, get a life.

And wow, it’s not Islam that disagrees with all other religions. It’s just that all the people who follow it, happen to disagree with others who follow some other religion. And hence the bombings and terrorism activities. You deserve a night out with Aishwarya Rai for all your the dumb observations. Kindly arrange one and have a nice time.

Wednesday, July 13, 2005


"The survival of the colonial system in spite of the formal recognition of political independence in emerging countries which become the victims of an indirect and subtle form of domination by political, economic, social, military or technical means."

BJP wants an apology because our PM acknowledged something that's very basic and true.

I don't know how related this is to neo-colonialism but we Indians have a love for everything foreign. Next time when you are passing in front of a swanky building, be it an apartment complex or office building or shopping mall. Just stop and try to figure out its name.

"Victoria Embassy", "Brrokfields", "Prestige Meridien"

Case of intellectual bankruptcy?
Kills me!!

Saturday, July 09, 2005

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Friday, July 08, 2005

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Thursday, July 07, 2005

I act

The trait of remaining calm and seeming not to care; a casual lack of concern

The trait of being concerned with practical matters, of having a pragmatic approach to the problem

When you act as a matter of fact, I act indifferent.

Tuesday, July 05, 2005

How will you rate a developer?

  • The number of lines he/she codes per month.


  • Number of bugs fixed per month.


What if he/she writes 10000 lines of redundant code.

Inner conflict

Fortunately analysis is not the only way to resolve inner conflicts. Life itself still remains a very effective therapist.
-- Karen Horney

I have a personal, more effective therapist. And so my processor rests in peace, to be used for things like fixing this bug.

Bug silly bug.

Happy, silly happy.

Monday, July 04, 2005

I am

not feeling good about myself.

I am



Friday, July 01, 2005

The end of 18th main

July 2002: Hostel life comes to an end and we move in to Kuteera, 18th Main. Some of us had a job, some don't. But there was hope. As Ravi said, Kuteera was an extension of hostel life. A stop over point for all the RVCE hostel guys.
I had a damn good time there. Thanks to Manu, Gupta, Ravi and Bhaiya.

Sad that I had to leave the place because of two pests. My heart felt apologies to you guys. I owe it to you. When I look back, I feel that was a golden opportunity to get rid of some stupid people from my life and all I did was mess it up for all of us. I am doing that now. Better late then never.

Bhaiya, All the best.
Pune, get ready. Its going to get much more noiser.