Thursday, June 04, 2009

Procrastination: 100+ Reasons You Shouldn’t Be Reading This

1) I will write later

Quit Whining, you sound like a sissy girl...

"Race is involved in these attacks, but it's also about classic masculinity and working-class guys trying to prove their worth by picking on a group that is marginalised," he said.
I am not surprised by this Australian's quote, after all, only the manly guys get the girls...

This comes soon after the authorities said that the attacks are not racist

Maybe the "curry niggers" should just pack and leave, not just the students but also all of them who are "stealing" Australian jobs. After all, casteist Indians are a thousand times worse than the average fun-loving Australian, and they are not the only group to be bashed -- let them just shut up and sit in the corner.

Everybody is only worried that the more the worms come out of the wood, more they will lose of the $15 Billion (and more).

Disclaimer: Indians are not exactly saints...

Tuesday, June 02, 2009

WTF quote of the day

"No matter how big an Aussie player in IPL team is, he should removed and told that it is impossible to keep him in the team till the blood of innocent Indians is shed on his country's soil," Thackeray said.
This coming out of the mouth of the same senile Bal Thackeray, whose goons attacked innocent coconut sellers in Marine Drive, and in Girgaum Chowpatty; the same Bal Thackeray who wanted every muslim dead during the Bombay riots; the same geezer who lauded the terrorist who killed MK Gandhi, saying he was a "great leader"!! What about the innocent Indians - Malayalees, Tamils, Muslims, Biharis, etc, attacked by his trusted rowdies? Should Maharashtrians stay out of IPL too?

Rediff about a "Desi"

Rediff has an article about "Ramit Sethi," an American of Indian Origin, who has a written a finance self-help book. Supposedly a best seller, one part of his interview that caught my attention was
In general, we Americans are not very savvy about personal finance at all.

He goes on to say
There are reasons for that. The first thing we can blame is our education system. We are not taught about personal finance in schools, and even if we are, these are old boring classes with boring topics.
If that's what he has to say about American education, what will he say about Indian education, which is focussed only on memorizing whole paragraphs and vomiting it all over the answer paper?

Not even one word related to India, he has uttered in his interview, and this was published in "Indians Abroad" magazine!!