Monday, November 20, 2006

I did..

-not sleep for the last 34 hours and 1 minute.
-write 4 of those JNTU examinations.
-get convinced that Rehman is simply too good- for the nth time.
-get pissed off with the whole concept of Btech.
-rediscover that I am socially impaired, completely.
-convinced that only Unnikrishnan could have sung that 'O cheliya' track from premikudu.
-wish two of my friends, 'All the best' , for their CAT.
-know all these days that the only thing on my mind, when in social company is to runaway, be alone
- realize later that there is nothing much I can do about it.... even when suddenly, right in the middle of a social conversation, I find out that Bhagwanji decides to take away my capacity to even utter those 'fillers' really?, yeah, true!,Aha,hmm!!!
the word filler to indicate, what one does when people look at you,expectantly, for some sought of input,some acknowledgment,compliment or atleast critique.
-see Edward Scissorhands,found it to be shamelessly and unabashedly surreal.
-also see, The Eternal Sunshine Of The Spotless Mind. Kate didnot look weird in blue hair.
-no, will see Requiem For a Dream tonight.
-notice that Russel Crowe, is a funny guy afterall and yeah decent mimicry.(Saw Jay Leno's)
-sincerely believe that he must have been, one hell of an orator. Saw a show about him on TV, Martin Luther King Jr.
-fall,hook line and sinker for his lines.......

"Hope for a day, when you woudnt be judged by the colour of your skin, but the content of your character".
"Live,we shall like brothers Or die fighting, like fools".

-read somewhere about: the common crowd liking nothing better than to see a hero fail.....
-and do believe instead that, there is a part in each of us that exults at the triumph of the human spirit, irrespective of , whether one identifies with the person or the cause.
Its always in fashion and relevant.

P.S:the last few lines are the result of a hangover of the show- The legends,Icons &Super Stars of the 20th century. This particular episode on Martin Luther king Jr, Mother Theresa, Helen Keller.
Did I mention.... I adore the 'voice over' guys at Discovery. They have a good&functional larynx.


Sharad Ragas said...

Unsolicted opinion, as it may seem.. but your writing has improved tremendously over a period. You should write more often.

Do they still show Jay Leno in India now, CNBC late nites, is it??

I said...

Your unsolicited opinion is recieved in great spirit! Thank you.
Coming from you,it feels good,coz I rate you pretty highly.
(from the days of 'Musings')
Now wasn't that another unsolicited opinion, albiet from my side.Anwayz
it shall lie here,yours to accept.

adr said...

Oh yeah, that 'Jay Leno' thing is aired by 'ZeeCafe' these days.

Sharad Ragas said...

Ah.. Musings!! The days of embarassing writing..

I like blogging better, where.. one has his title retained, one could afford to use incorrect English, make the most irrelevant analogies, put up silly pictures, annoy people.. tada tada..:p

i said...

Well yeah, one does feel little awkward, looking at things written long ago.Atleast I, identify with it. But they felt 'very' right when one wrote them, din't they?
I agree that the most annoying part is
the editor's scissors.
And yeah, annoy people, we can, amongst several other things that bloggging lets us to do.