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Tuesday, November 29, 2005

Curry and Rice Girl

The great internet fad of conjuring up one's creativity, coupled with a lack of responsibilities has caught on amongst the South Asians, as is evident in the following video. Presenting to you, a masterclass, quite aptly from 'Fobbed out entertainment', "Curry and Rice Girl".

Friday, November 25, 2005

Bonsai Kitten

Recently, there has been a petting floating around the internet via email, in the form of a chain letter. That itself should be enough information for most internet enthusiasts to that it is a hoax and a waste of time. The letter asks people to electronically sign their names in the email and then forwarding it to everyone they know. The 'petition' will be used to have this website shutdown, which the email claims was shut down last year, but is back up again.

This website is ridiculous and is an act intended to anger animal rights activists, left-wing liberal democrats, and the 'tree-huggers'. Please do not spend more than 5 minutes on this idiotic website, as their claim to sell kittens boxed in glass cubes is simply false. The makers of their website are charlatans, just as the makers of the website were, which claimed to sell human beef to 'special customers only', and was exposed a couple of years ago.

The site was run by a 16-year old, who had excellent web designing and authoring talent, and who convinved many people to believe in the authenticity of the website. The site has now been turned in to an adult website. Please disregard any emails that claim to be petitions and are circling around from inbox to inbox in the form of a chain letter. It's a waste of time and bandwidth as this website so appropriately claims.

Tuesday, November 22, 2005

Bus Driver - Symbol of Bravery

This is an amazing story of a man in India, who risked his life to save the lives of hundreds of innocent civilians. He has become a symbol of bravery in his region, and all that is noble and righteous. Read the full story here.

Sunday, November 20, 2005

The David Blaine Charm

Hello folks,

I've posted some pretty amazing tricks by David Blaine before, but this next one surpasses all other tricks he has attempted before. Check it out:

David Blaine Levitation

Here is another cool trick by David Blaine the illusionist:

David Blaine Risking it


Sunday, November 13, 2005

Ali G vs Beckham and Posh Spice - Comedy

I was looking through the huge collection of humorous and some very intersting videos at Metacafe, and I found this comic relief episode featuring the notorious Ali G interviewing David Beckham and Vidtoria 'Posh Spice. It is quite hilarious, yet, somewhat offensive.

Useless Disclaimer: The following video contains some explicit humor and may be offensive to some people. It may not be suitable for all ages, races, genders, nationalities, and even followers of certain religious ideologies and/or cults.

Watch the video here.

Wednesday, November 09, 2005

French Riots

Image Courtesy: CBS News

The people of North African descenct (i.e., Algerians and Moroccons, etc) have been living in France for over several generations now, and of course, due to their extremely rich and diverse religious, and geographical culture, they have not been able to mingle with the average Frenchman, mostly, because the intolerant and traditional egotistical nature of the French. Minorities in other European nations face the same issues, but they all have a plan to tackle these problems.

The UK was the first to experience a major wave of immigrants from India and Pakistan, which lead to the creation of the derogatory slur: "Paki", which was used to patronize people of South Asian (Pakistan, Bangladesh, Indian and Sri Lanka) and even Middle Eastern descent, and there is still a lot of contention between the local white populace and the immigrants, however, due to the huge population of the latter, the British locals are kept in check.

The French on the other hand, never bothered to address the issue of racialism, intolerance, and inter-racial relations, nor did they ever consider these immigrants as equals, or even close. After years and years of repression by the French people and the government, and with the government stamping new sanctions on what people can and can not wear in public schools, the inner hatred in this massive minotry blew up in the face of communal riots.

There was a protest in progress, where two middle eastern kids were standing amongst a group of people, when they thought the police was beginning a chase after them. They ran twoards a fence that was armed with high voltage electricity, and because they were so scared, they jumped on to it, and were badly charred and electrocuted to death. One of the three kids somehow managed to survive, and told this to local officials.

Some local politician visited these ghettos where the North Africans (Berbers, who were taken over by the Arabs during the Goldern Era of the Islamic civilization many centuries ago. These berbers mixed with the Arabs, but there is still discord between the two groups in the North African nations) live, and called the protests and the area as "gangrene" and "rabble", which sparked huge riots in the city of Clichy and even Paris and the outlying suburbs.

Till date, over a thousand cars and trucks have been torched amidst these riots, and there have been peaceful protests in other places, but the whole situation is being handled in a very unorganized fashion by the authorities. France needs to address the issue of inter-racial mixing before a second revolution is stirred up.

Monday, November 07, 2005

The Daily 49er

Hello everyone! I had submitted an article to my University newspaper, and they were kind enough to publish it! Please take a few minutes and read it. Your support is wholeheartedly appreciated. Thanks!

Article available at:

The Daily 49er

Wednesday, November 02, 2005

Eid Mubarak - Eid Mabrook - Eid Greetings!

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Hello friends. The enduring month of Ramadan has culminated, and will be followed by a day of feasting, joy and celebration! Eid is an event of jubilation, commemorating the end of the Holy month of Ramadan. During Eid, Muslims perform an early morning congregational prayer in a Masjid (Mosque – A place of worship for Muslims), exchange gifts, wear new clothes, visit each other, and pay a small amount of money to the young ones – in short, display our unity and love for our brothers and sisters. It is a special occasion of rejoice, and you can smell the aroma of tantalizingly appetizing meals from nearly every house celebrating Eid. Eid away from home is quite understandably not the same as it would be with the family, however, on this occasion, it is our friends that become our family. I wish you all a very safe, happy, and blessed Eid!