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Monthly Archive: December 2011

Dec 24 2011

Merry Christmas

You know? You can celebrate holidays by doing your own thing right? I never really celebrated christmas becaus I was a Hindu (Duh! Why don’t you guys have a day where you get drunk and throw paint at each other? Why don’t you guys have a festival solely devoted to money? Why don’t you guys …

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Dec 20 2011

Pimping Is Easy

I also have a gold keyboard!And my mouse is encrusted in rhinestone. A friend of mine has recently decided to start a blog and I quite liked his first post and figured that you guys may too. D-Michaels makes an excellent point with regards to how a separation of church and state could be applied …

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Dec 19 2011

A weird week

There goes a saying, celebrities die in threes. Over the past two days, two more men who shaped the world passed away. Kim Jong Il was obviously the more famous of the two, but the one that saddened me the most was Vaclav Havel. Havel is the man who gave us the Prague Spring, and the …

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Dec 18 2011

The Lost Horseman

It is said that a man does not truly die until his name fades from the lips of those who still live. Christopher Hitchens passed away from pneumonia that arose as a result of his oesophageal cancer. We remember Hitchens as the wolverine of atheism. Completely unapologetic, completely tough and utterly willing to fight against …

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Dec 05 2011

Age of Kali/Rights of the Silent Majority – Clothes don’t Rape. People do.

The Bangalore Slut Walk was supposed to take place yesterday to highlight the increasing levels of sexual violence and rape. In essence it heralds a new wave of feminism in the old entrenched world of Indian chauvinism. For most people who are unfamiliar with the goals of these walks, the Slut Walk is an empowerment …

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