Saturday, October 28, 2006

wonders of the world

At this point, a tomato comes to symbolise marxism.

Sunday, October 22, 2006

diwali thoughts

If you're a devout Hindu, and someone mistakes you for a Muslim, you'd be offended.

If you're a devout Muslim and someone mistakes you for a Christian, you'd be offended.

If you're a devout Christian and someone mistakes you for a Hindu, you'd be offended.

But that's not the point. The point is that when a religious festival is around the corner, you make it a point to wish people around you. "Happy Diwali," I am told. I usually just say "Thank you."

I don't know what else to say, without offending the person who has just wished me. After all, it was just a simple good wish.

But I'm atheist.

And it HURTS MY SENTIMENTS to be mistaken for religious.

Monday, October 09, 2006

lose yourself

"I write. I write that I am writing. Mentally I see myself writing that I am writing and I can also see myself seeing that I am writing. I remember writing and also seeing myself writing. And I see myself remembering that I see myself writing and I remember seeing myself remebering that I was writing and I write seeing myself write that I remeber having seen myself write that I saw myself writing that I was writing and that I was writing that I was writing that I was wrirting. I can also imagine myself writing that I had already written that I would imagine myself writing that I had written that I was imagining myself writing that I see myself writing that I am writing."

Salvador Elizondo / The Graphographer

Sunday, October 01, 2006

who i am

44 years old. Male. Married. Two kids. That's me.

So now I've broken my silence.
Now you know a little more about who I am.