Saturday, August 26, 2006

Stop the celebrations, I am not dead. I just took a vacation from taking a vacation. In the process, I missed out on making Vishesh Tippani (VT) on a number of intersting events such as Hair brained decision, and why cricket players shouldn't scratch their balls on a cricket field.(what about on a football field you ask? football fields are especially meant for giving "head' dunno about scratching and all).especially with 26 cameras beaming you doing so to millions of houses acroos the world (scratching balls, not giving head)would Mr Tendulkar please note)

Friday, August 25, 2006

Lesson learnt: Don't jump the gun....or the traffic signal.

Wednesday, August 23, 2006

I got no deeds to do
No promises to keep
I'm dappled and drowsy and ready to sleep
Let the morning time drop all its petals on me
Life I love you, all is groovy
- Simon and Garfunkel.

Wednesday, August 09, 2006

How would Mika celebrate Rakhi?

Monday, August 07, 2006

Jab Johnny "Lever" ho sakta hai to "Pulley" Raja kaiku nahin?

Wednesday, August 02, 2006

Crib warning.

Two things.

Fistly, this John Wright business.It clearly shows, what kind of people run Indian cricket. I haven't read the book yet but from what has been reported in the media I don't think he is saying anything we didn't already know. The selction system is flawed. Of course it is, I don't think there is one Cricket columnist alive in in India who hasn't already said so. Now when this so called "firang" says the same thing, some of the very same selectors in a very grown up and mature manner him names...big posh words like mercenary and what not just stopped short of calling him a pimp...wait..thats these guys(hey! I never said I was mature )...All they are doing is giving free publicity to this book. We do a lot of these things in our country, get excited without verifying the facts. Be it Satanic Verses or Vinci da code. This seems to be an inherent trait in us..this shoot first and don't bother about questions (more so with answers)

Secondly. This pesticide in the soft drinks. What people must realise is that Coke and Pepsi are not deliberately putting pesticide inside their product, there is no masked spy v/s spy type charachter chuckling to himself as he pours parathion into a vat of soft drinks. The pesticides come from the water. What we should get excited about is water quality, overspraying of pesticides, educating farmers...but nooooooooooooooo we won't do that, that is the responsible thing to do, we hardly ever do that. We shal just have rasta rokos and dharnas outside soft drink companies and shout slogans about globalisation, rope in the left, make lots of noise. no action...sigh.