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Tuesday, February 10, 2015

Why Delhi was lost!

The universe has a very unique way of maintaining an equilibrium, and we as small puppets in this vast expanse should at best avoid from disturbing this balance.

From one allegation after another, many BJP spokespeople, including our very great PM and another who's best only at laughing at anything on a very popular comedy show, rode the streets of Delhi to enlighten people on the ills of its ex-CM. Little did they realize that while doing so they forgot to enlighten themselves with a proper manifesto.

For all the mudslinging and defining others as Baazaaru, they won, but just the small fry; which, is worth mentioning, is peanuts and doesn't even qualify to stake claim as the leader of the opposition. More importantly, they lost, with such deafening thunder, that it shook the very pillars of 7 RCR. Once upon a time there was a wave, but it's the tsunami that has made the headlines.

Hence, proving once again, that you shouldn't do unto others what you wouldn't want others to do unto you.

Monday, November 03, 2014

Book Review: God Is A Gamer by Ravi Subramanian

Title: God Is A Gamer
Author: Ravi Subramanian
Genre: Thriller/Fiction
Number of pages: 324
ISBN-10: 0143421395
ISBN-13: 978-0143421399

Ravi Subramanian always brings to my mind ABBA's famous number which goes like this, "Money, money, money; Must be funny; In the rich man's world." It's this lure of money and the power that comes with it that makes the tales told by Ravi intriguing and engrossing, often leaving the reader at the edge of his/her seat wanting more.

God Is A Gamer, much like his previous four titles is based on the backdrop of banks and all that's associated with it. In this latest edition he taps on the mysterious new form of currency that took everyone by storm early this year, Bitcoins. Being a banker himself, Ravi has been able to explain the finer nuances of how this currency works and its pitfalls, however maintaining the simplistic language making it understandable.

Sunday, September 21, 2014

Christian for my own good

Disclaimer: This is a post in jest listing the things that I, as a Christian am accustomed to. It is neither to promote a particular faith nor to condemn another. Now since we are clear I shall now kiss my bride :).


Non-veg on certain days, veg on the other

My non-Christians friends, Hindu’s in particular, follow a regimen where they are vegetarians on most days of the week and non-vegetarians on the unlucky few that are left. While I understand that it’s done in honour of a particular God among the 33 crore Gods, who have among themselves amicably settled for a day of the week each, it’s a challenge to plan a meal together as not only the restaurant and time matter, the day of the week does too. It also means that weekend plans involving chicken do not work. Wednesday, whether one likes it or not, is the best day to be a carnivore. 

Even during festivals the logic is different. For Christians, festivals are a time to celebrate and feast on the fattened calf. But the common trend in non-Christian families is the opposite. While we indulge in the best of meat and seafood, my non-Christian friends are strictly vegans.
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