Wednesday, February 04, 2004

Guest appearances on my own blog

Thats what it has come to, as the time between each post gets longer...once upon a time, it was a daily ritual.... but i cant bring myself to write something everyday just for the heck of writing it, i dont think i can be the 'daily writing' kinda guy anymore...the interim budget is likely to add more gloss to the 'shining india'... inspite of everything, i still believe that the shine should happen in my mind, and not stare back at me each time a i pick a newspaper or watch the way, read this and this if you are interested in the topic
i watched "LoC" and "Khakee".. for the guys who said 'whats that", they are just two movies, extra special because the former has more than a dozen stars, and the latter has four.... judging by the number of "behen****" and "ma*******" in LoC , it is fair to say that the censor board has become more lenient, not a very 'must see' movie , if you discount the stars..but it did convey to me the kind of life a soldier leads, just so that me and my countrymen sleep in peace....."
khakee' was good, trashed a whole lot of bollywood cliches, showed the characters as raw human beings, not even the 'shades of grey' that bollywood usually says it has now, but normal human beings....
i am not a follower of Superbowl but this image certainly caught my attention :-)....intentional or not is still being debated, but what the hell, theres nothing called bad publicity!!Some kind soul needs to give me tips on my blog's aesthetics, no cash here, only good publicity and loads of appreciation..hehe
now, i know it isnt a burning question, but this is a good article on whether you have a journal or blog....will leave you with
manuscrypts trivia
will continue with three good quotes , first two by Einstein and the last by Gandhi
"The tragedy of life is what dies inside a man while he lives. "
"Everything is determined, the beginning as well as the end, by forces over which we have no control. It is determined for insects as well as for the stars. Human beings, vegetables or cosmic dust, we all dance to a mysterious tune, intoned in the distance. "
"There is more to life than increasing its speed."

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