Sunday, February 06, 2005


This is Ninja, who's home used to be the tree in front of my room, before the eggheads at Housing Services cut it off (tripping hazard my ass!). Now I think and hope Ninja has migrated to the next apartment and lives in peace there.

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Blogger the still dancer said...

Here's hoping Ninja has found a home too. Otherwise, there are always the sewers. :)If turtle, then why not squirrel. Hmmm...he doesn't look like a teenager though.
Hey, that poking fun at bongs is absolutely allright. It's my favourite pastime as well. Guess that's the "British" streak in me. It's not something all bongs are good at though, unfortunately, so don't be surprised if you are bombarded by indignant bongs accusing you of being that type of the devil incarnate himself- the purveyor of aposhongoshkriti.
Would agree with your views on christianity, and yes, I am fascinated by Catholicism as well. The cesspool of mediocrity that America now is, it has synthetisized not only religion, but almost all human passions. However, I am disturbed by the fact that there are close parallels of it in Indian society as well. But that, perhaps, is the basis of another discussion.

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