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Monthly Archives: January 2010

1/20/10 / Consequence

Thought of the day If ever you feel like complaining about how you look – that you look fat, or your eyes are puffy or your hair not optimum – I offer to come to you, wherever you are, at my own expense, and break your legs or teeth or any other part of your [...]

1/19/10 / Seeds

Song of the day Jagjit Singh’s “Tu hai shikhar” from the film Shikhar Thought of the day If only the habits and actions we justify and excuse in ourselves we could do so in others – as individuals, families, communities, and nations – there would be no reason to wage wars.

Surveilling the people

A bit extreme, yes, but it certainly gets my point across. There are China and Iran, monitoring their citizens’ every move on the Internet, blocking them from certain information in many cases. Then there’s Google, monitoring everyone on the Internet (everyone who uses their services, which is pratically everyone). We know what China and Iran [...]

On Invictus

Leave it to Clint Eastwood to make a superb film that depicts important social issues, tells an important story based on actual events, and entertains throughout. Morgan Freeman was brilliant, probably his best role ever. Matt Damon fit the role perfectly but unfortunately it didn’t call for much from him, range wise. Eastwood has mastered [...]

1/13/10 / Naphta

Song of the day Staind’s It’s been a while: It’s Been A while – Staind And it’s been a while Since I could hold my head up high And it’s been a while since I first saw you And it’s been a while since I could stand on my own two feet again And it’s [...]

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