The author of this blog is a complete nut-case and should not be taken any more seriously than a broken shoe hanging on the friendly neighbourhood truck's bumper. Any reference to person(s) real or imaginary is because of a multi-dimensional specie of super intelligent mice and therefore not his fault.

Tuesday, August 7, 2012

Lilith's Children

They came from the gutters.
They came from gleaming spires.
Flawed, imperfect, beautiful,
Spawn of a thousand sires

Taking the grotesque with the divine,
Laid down the stones of heaven,
They toiled for an age,
For the one who worked for one but seven.

But they were cast aside,
Burnt with the sword aflame,
For someone else's fall,
For someone else's shame.

So they rejected the one.
The one who chose not to know.
And the son of man? The whore, the fool?
They killed him long ago.

Thursday, August 27, 2009


Just back from another office 'party'. After spending thousands of rupees, we go to these places to whine about people we do not like to hang out with, drink cheap ass alcohol, eat bad food and watch some really ugly people dance to some really bad music. I have decided now, I am not going to attend any office parties. Fuck this shit.

Wednesday, July 1, 2009

Thursday, April 30, 2009


I'm back from a long day at work and a friend and I were having a strage introspective conversation for some reason. I whined about my favorite whine - there is no purpose (spoon?). To which my friend responded thus: "Well you know your life has always been the life of a middeling path, you were successful, but never the best and at the same time never the worst, therefore you have never experienced either extreme to define the very meaning of euphoria". This surprising (at least to me) insight into my life was well... surprising... Fuck! I gotta shave my head and wreck a history museum. I am the all singing... yada yada yada...

Sunday, October 12, 2008

Break the code... Not really

The new Sony Vaio Z commercial being aired here struck me as rather ironic. The ad shows a man working on an ultra small laptop and forced to use a magnifying glass to use it. Then comes a girl with a huge laptop she's having difficulty carrying. The shot pans out and we see all the actors being turned into ceramic dolls denoting the sameness of all the laptops (all of these have something that's inconvenient). Now in walks the Sony Vaio guy. He's super cool, he's wearing hep clothes and is walking as all cool people do. And bam all the bad laptops turn into Sony Vaio Z's and the people come back to life.

Now comes the ironic part, throughout the ad the following song is being played:
I'm not you and you're not me,
But I look around and all I see is me, (ceramic transformation done)
Change the code, break the code,
Take the new road (Sony Vaio saves the day!)

Followed by the new Sony tagline - Like no other...

How are people breaking codes if they use the same laptops?


Saturday, October 11, 2008

Free Willy... uh huh huh huh huh

This was mine...

Comic art concept lifted off flyyoufools. Go check it out!

Saturday, September 27, 2008

Monkeydoodle #1

There is no spoon...