25 December 2014

Man up my dear Manager

By Prabhakar MN, PGDM (GM) 2014-15 student at XLRI, Jamshedpur
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A professor once told me that a great Manager is one who helps businesses take decisions despite incomplete information. I add to that by saying that the decisions have to be efficient (with minimal amount of effort Eg: time taken to reach a decision etc.). Also there is a degree of uncertainity in the enivornment. This is possible if he is emancipated; As I would like to look at this from an 'emancipation' perspective, one has to 
become a man before he becomes a manager. 
What makes man, a man?

Thinking beyond trivialities:
The trigger to this inquiry began when a fellow passenger once told me that he was unable to grow beyond his predicament of being rejected out by his prospective girl-friend. And that he would avoid seeing her in person again because he would burst into tears by becoming a wussy. Loving his girl to the end of the world is simply romantic. But, becoming a wussy isn't very presentable or manly for that matter. As much as a man would be able to fall in love, he should also be capable to fall out of love when needed. That brings us to the question -How do you turn a boy into a man? Well atleast, figuratively that is! 

Live it up!:
Which brings to us to the next set of questions:
Why isn't there a movie about a man sitting in front of his TV without moving?
Or a hit TV show about grass growing?
Humans find some things particularly interesting because we are wired to find them so. Drama, Adventure, Comedy, Success help us survive and gain materialistic status.
What is living it up?
Well this is:
“Discuss current music trends, discuss fun things. Don't just be plain normal and conform. Make personality interesting. Learn to tell a story! Become a renaissance man. Learn music or art, dance, history well. Specialize in one or 2 things; learn a little bit of everything. Just pick up a book and read about it. “

Get involved:
When someone exclaims, "You know the other day, I was reading about Leonardo Da Vinci ..." you realize that it’s a turn on. Pop culture, icons, romance are always in. When such people happen to pass by an antique building, they also know the story behind it. They would live every moment of their lives not worrying about petty things. Like a single cell, he too has a boundary similar to a semi-permeable membrane, where he could selectively let only the good things in and keep bad things out. Bad things here mean energy / mood drainers / disruptors.

Picture source: http://www.rottentomatoes.com/news/1647611/trailer_bulletin_zack_snyder_amp_frank_millers_quot300quot/

From history:
There is a vital part of a male's journey in his life that makes him a man. And, this can be brought out by a process referred to as ‘initiation’ (metaphorically). In the movie 300, for 7 year old prince, this happened when he was sent into the wild which involved brutal cold and extreme starvation. He came back victorious with the wild animal's skin he had slain. He eventually became the king. For Nelson Mandela, it happened during when was in prison for about 3 decades. This made go beyond petty emotions of revenge, etc., and to work for the greater good of the black populace. Basically in order for the ‘manliness’ to be established, the ‘boyishness’ has to ‘die’. Boyishness here signifies immature peIrson who always seeks immediate gratification and lacks the composure and patience.

In the movies:
This concept is in the movies as well. Take the song where Rishi Kapoor sings:
“Aaj hum jaise jigar wale kahan. Zakhm khaya hain tab huwe hain jawan.
In the movie Count of Monte Cristo (2002), the protagonist Edmond Dantes says
“Life is a storm, my young friend.
You will bask in the sunlight one moment,
be shattered on the rocks the next.
What makes you a man is what you do when that storm comes.
You must look into that storm and shout as you did in Rome.
Do your worst, for I will do mine!
Then the fates will know you as we know you…”

Available solutions:
Do we have any kind of ‘initiation’ process today? The closest thing that we have today is compulsory military service. But would it help in times of peace! We seem to have lost this concept of male 'initiation' ritual. Because a man is expected to be in control of himself, not be overwhelmed by the situation and to be in sync with his environment for most of the times. In order to become that, boys need to be invited to the select world of men! And the key to that is the ritual of ‘initiation’

Image source: http://fr.canoe.ca/divertissement/cinema/nouvelles/2008/01/13/4770778-ca.html

Last 2 words:

Until we have formal initiation ceremonies in place, 
the manager just needs to 
“Man up!"

26 September 2014


100 days over, already?

Time indeed flies. I'm not talking about 100 days new government in our Sub-continent, but about my MBA at a premium Business School

Is there a report card? Few highlights are:

Promise: I'll keep this as crisp as possible

1. There is definitely a change in perspective after coming a long way from being a workman many years ago, graduate to an officer, and to maintain a resolve which would enable me to head as a responsible business leader in the future

2. One always notices many people slogging it out, burning midnight oil and sometimes becoming easily irritable when under stress or self-imagined-high-pressure. With all due respect to the aspirants who want to land in as the cherry (not icing) of the cake, I'm in no mood for all this and would settle to be near the mean of the curve when it comes to academics (hint: marks) and would love to enjoy this wonderful gift. Refer to the curve to choose your desired performance level.
3. Hey, BTW, I got my own set of visiting cards
4. For many Business Management students, day becomes night, night becomes day? Well, not with me. No confusion here baby, No jet lag either!
NP: "Time" by Pink Floyd: 

5. Coming to the trivial stuff, one gets to know that the month has passed only when the washer-man comes asks for monthly charges. Also its always a trade-off when you have only 24 hours (actually as per Aryabhata its less than 24) in a day when you have multiple things to be done at the same time in a.....
.... Premium Business School (you guessed it right)

6. One common pitfall or answer to avoid is "it depends" which I've been able to carry off well. Should I elaborate this in the near future? It depends!

7. I dread the 23:59:59 deadline of assignments, group projects and take home exams because I intend to sleep well before that.

8. Kobayashi Maru (reference: Star Trek)
9. As one treads deep into the MBA (do we have the liberty of time to do that?), it is also quite possible to forget the forest for the trees, and even forget the leaves for the chlorophyll? Zooming out from cholorophyll to the forest level, I'd reckon that my internal lyric (not rhetoric) is that I'm living my dream of doing an MBA in a Premium Business School. Yes, Premium Business School. Everyday that passes by doesn't come back again. it is even more valuable here. Most importantly, value of something is known when its not there. So, one should not take this MBA for granted!

10. Real life skills to be still improved upon is patience, tolerance and risk-management

11. A typical day would contain going through the concepts and practical applications of Monte Carlo simulation used in derivative markets, Du pont analysis of Financial results, Lean for service operations, Elements of marketing research, Human Resource Planning and game theory dynamics in Vickery auction of micro economics. Did I forget to mention case study competitions, club / committee work, group projects? Oh, the list would go on and on. Finally it would also attract the term "All is well."

And the most hilarious one:
12. Suffer fools gladly!
My dream for our mother earth:
In the early 90s, I used to read a lot of science-fiction comics and books. I always imagined that in 20-30 years from then, we would be able to colonize the moon, solve dangerous diseases, move towards one-world-government and the likes. Was I asking for too much? All I see is that we haven't achieved even a fraction of what we are capable of (I'm sure many of us realize this by seeing events like terrorism, misandry and diseases). On a larger, macro-level wars are nothing but anger of one state against another. But, is it usually of the state? No, it is of one or few leaders who are vociferous. Where did these leaders come from? Usually by due course of inheritance or scaling up from the ranks. Back then when they were small, as individuals, there was anger and ego. It was not contained as time passed through and manifested into the macro levels as well. Therefore it boils down the individual level. However deep and profound it may seem, I always say:
"For a better world and realization of our utopian dream, we need to make our anger and happiness cheaper"

Are you game?
Satan Infernous

PS: Premium Business School

16 June 2014

Where eagles dare!

NP: "We will rise" by Arch Enemy 

Long long ago,
so long ago,
nobody remembers how long ago...
Satan Infernous conceived the idea of doing an MBA, to discover that it has be done in a premium B-school only.
However there was a problem: Satan has left main-stream studies for work.
There was a realization as well: The odds of getting into a premium B-school increase if you're an Engineer
And thus started the journey of:
Studies - Work - Work+Studies - Studies - Work - Studies!
Confused: The schematic would help understand better. "Ah, a picture speaks a thousand words. So does a schematic"

Fast-forward 15 years and Mr. Infernous has made it, along with many others. The journey to this B-School was tough indeed. There were no 'top-of-the-edge' preparation classes in the Wine-capital-of-India. So Satan had to get up at 0330hrs, 
catch a train,
even in the rain,
oh the pain,
it didn't go in vain...
Dave Mustaine?,
and return by 2330hrs every Sunday. After the entrance exam, there was a gruelling interview. Satan was brutally honest during that. Yeah, there was a Group-discussion and blah blah blah. 

Finally a Duronto across south-eastern India and Steel Express beyond Raka Mines to reach 'the B-School'.Travelling in the train, curling upto a book (Mastery by Robert Green) while chilling by the window is defintely an under-rated pleasure: 

B-School definitely fun and challenging. The accomodation is quite comfortable so far. The window faces east, so that one could watch the sunrise as early as 0500hrs. Yes, its quite opposite: Mornings are earlier here as its on the Eastern side contrary to the evenings were longer back in the Wine-capital-of-India as it was on the Western side. A picture taken at 0500hrs. I'm not sure whether this one speaks a thousand words..

Speaking of early:
1. Mission 120+ started
2. Organized 3 meetups in Bangalore
3. Resigned early and joined a ad-hoc job for about a month

What will this 1 year hold? Only time will tell...

PS: Limnology... IM...

18 May 2014

Meter the heater

It was just a normal saturday, I attended a "Write club" meet up and was headed to meet Satana Infernous 90km away. The train journey was normal for the first 100min or so. Eating grapes, drinking buttermilk and chatting with a new-found auntie.

But then at around 2000hrs I took my cell-phone out. It came out of my pocket and went out of the window. In a split second all these things flashed in my complicated brain:
1. What about the contact details?
2. What about the lengthy procedure in getting the replacement SIM for the special number?
3. What about the pictures, songs etc. in the memory card?
4. What is the cost of a brand new cell-phone?
5. What is happening?

While I was thinking all this, I stood up by reflex action and also a made a mental note of the landmark, a railway pole. Yeah Satan Infernous hardly panics in emergencies and contingencies. I rushed to the door. The auntie shouted "Don't get down!". I had the resolve to jump into the partial darkness of the jungle. The determination was to get back the phone, added by the silver lining that the train was travelling at 10kmph, and that I could see the small-station about 2km away. The man sitting at the door took his own sweet time to get up and added himself to the chorus "Don't get down!". The human brain is an amazing organ. It could be your best friend or the worst enemy. In this case, the former was true, as my mind started counting the seconds passed automatically. It was about 20s when I got down. I estimated that my phone fell down about 40-70feet back. I started walking back & tried to search for it, but in vain. There was silence everywhere. I could hear a dog bark faar away.

There was a light at the end of the tunnel. It was literally a light, from somebody's farmhouse. I started walking in moonlit darkness. It was more like the video games where the character walks in the forest. I was walking across some tall plants and came upto the farmhouse. Pretty brave, Huh? Only to get scared by a dog which got up & barked! I explained to those people about my story.
Villager1: Didn't you get scared?
Satan: No, Big deal!
Villager2: You city people are not so brave
Satan: The worst thing that could happen is to die, and I'm not afraid of death!

We started our mission of finding the cellphone. We couldn't reach my number as the phone got dismantled (battery separated from main body). After combing the area for for about half an hour we found the main body of cellphone. There were more cracks than the no. of contacts on the front panel. Another 10min of searching yielded us with the battery. I didn't want to waste more time in finding the back cover. The Villager2 dropped off to the bus stand. I paid him 500bucks as a 'reward'

When I met the villagers, they were delighted to see me that I wasn't afraid. I explained this to them: 

"Fear. An important psychological emotion. It has changed a lot these days. In olden times, one was afraid of being killed by a wild animal or the enemy. Today the nature of fear has changed. Fear is that feeling when you get that you don't have a 52inch LED TV at your home. Fear is not giving your guests ice-cream and snacks when they come into the house. Fear is when a college boy doesn't have a girlfriend. Fear has become more subtle and stealthy. It is this fear that the advertising industry uses!"

28 October 2012

Metal: More addictive than dope or lust!

Its been about 25 years of "Turn down that volume" in the house. Earliest being Satan Infernous' Poppa. And the recent one being from Satana Infernous today early morning. Not to forget that she added "There are families living around us". Man, I haven't changed a byte?

Well, the real beginings of Metal in our family could be traced back to late 1980s when my elder brother (psst... he's and a drummer) started listening to it. In late 1980s learning music outlawed. However Momma financed it secretly. Does the word 'Contraband' apply here?
My favourite numbers:

Anna's Dravids:
After a few years, learning music was in-lawed. Is there was such a term? By then Anna (elder brother) had emancipated into a blast-beat-machine. They formed a band "Dravids" comprising of bro -Srinivas  the Drummer, Sanjay with Leads, Vocals by Victor and Vijay on Bass. Our garage was the practice-room. I attended one of their shows at IISc. That was my first one.
Link to Sanjay's website:
My tyrst with the A-B-C-D-G-A-E:I decided to learn the Piano. Why? As weird it may seem: Since, I was very good at typing = 70 wpm without errors, Hence I reasoned that I would be a hit as a pianist  in a Black metal band //screech and growl
My teacher, Ravi Kashyap is a genius. His FB profile:

I even bought a Yamaha PSR2100 which I had to sell due to financial of my wedding. Another 3 months, I would been fully ready for Grade 1 exams. Now I'm 1,000km away from the Metal capital of India: Bangalore

Unholy river of hell:
Yeah, I'm talking of Styx where we buddies used to hang-out (the 11PM deadline came much-much later). The last few numbers invariably had to include "Hallowed be thy name COF version", "The Trooper", and "Mama I'm coming home:

Metal Buddies and shows:
Then, one day I met my ex-buddy "Slain Pain Mustaine". Its amazing how our nick-names are: I'm "Satan Infernous". There's "Slash n Burn" (coined by me & my BE classmate from SriLanka). Me and Slain-Pain-Mustaine were even called as "Ace & Gil" as we used to turn up at almost every rock show (freedom jam, Strawberry fields etc.) in the early 2000s. It could be termed as a metal-lover's hey-day, or in ECish terms as peak-power in the gaussian graph. At one instance I literally counted that there were about 40 metal heads
To name / nick-name a few from the bands Cremated Souls (oxymoron?), Craninum Shatter, Black Orchid, Arcane Ritual and Gorrified:
Charlie Gore Grinder - its grind gore and not grind core
Arjun_thi - who rarely uses social networking
Shaggy - Abhishek Chaterjee, vocalist
Prashant - overprotective about his guitar
Shreyas - who owns a bullet
Gani, Pawmana, Rahul and Adi
I still remember a show at Ravindra Kalakshetra's backyard, where a toddler was head-banging & giving his parents a very hard time.
Deep Purple, Satyricon, Metallica, Iron Maiden, Scorpions were a few shows that I had attended.

M for MSRIT:
The biggest KLPD was me hoping that there would metal-chicks to find out there were none in my class. But then I got acquanited with Arvind, Abhi, Vinay for Metal. The unforgettable fact being that I used to attend the rock-shows in the middle of my semester exams and I'm an FCD in BE.

Metal and Work:
I introduced my Buddy Sreedharan a.k.a Slash n Burn into metal. He loves ACDC. For about an year I was happy to have a metal-boss: Alfred. Having metal as a similar interest would be the best that could happen in a Boss-reportee relationship. During my TMT days in Bosch, I befriended Girish Kumar a.k.a Kaalesh, a fan of Rammstein and free-entry-rock-shows! Not to forget our MMU Mrudul who plays the bagpipe. The youtube video is here:

Metallica was one of the best things to happen to me, metal-heads, Bangalore and India! The memory is still fresh in my heart where I held my fist close to my chest for "Sanitarium". One of the best setlist ever. "For whom the bell tolls", "Enter Sandman". Satanie Infernous, my daughter becomes jumpy when I play a metal song. I'm thrilled. My MBC (Metal Blood Cells) are in her. She will definitely grow up to become a beeg metal-head
Also, do check out this movie "School Of Rock"

M for Momma:
Momma liked rock (thats enough for a lady who was born before our Independence). She used to love "Sweet child of mine", "Hotel 
California" (Pop?). And there's one more song "Wash in the sea" which I am unable to recall / find out the artist & the album! And then one day all of a sudden Mother-love was no more. The very back-bone of my life was gone! I was a void. I cried & cried & cried & cried like a little baby for many days. I refused food for a while. I just didn't want to live. But then Momma never wanted me to suffer, so I had to bounce back. Metal helps us bounce back: It gives us character, It gives us hope, helps us manage angst, It takes away the frustration, it helps us face reality. It gives me a feeling that I'm the man. Well there's a song "You're the man". I am unable to recall / find out the artist & the album (again). Momma never objected to long hair cause maybe she knew that it was just a passing fad?

To wind up:
1997 to 2009 could have been horrendous (typing in details here would be hard to digest) if not metal. Cause Metal is what keeps me going!
Finally, M (abbreviated for my surname) also now symbolises METAL!

Keep metalling!

I wanted to name the blog "More addictive than cocaine or pussy!"

09 October 2012

Why BE?

DISCLAIMER: Every rule has an expection!

Are you a BE (Bachelors of Engineering)?

If so, do a simple in-the-mind survey:
Out of you & your 9 fellow pass-outs,
1. Has anyone studied Mech and coding .NET?
2. Has anyone studied EC and working in Purchase?
3. Has anyone studied IT and doing recruitment?

So why do recruiters prefer BE?
Why do employers prefer BE?
Why is BE-requirement subsuming lots of job verticals/functions across different domains?

4 marks answer:

The entrance examinations, peer-pressure and unsolicited advice from Uncles and Aunties ensures that smarter individuals get into BE. There, you have the first level of artificial-filtration.

Pressure to perform:
With classmates doing well, with minimum 60% aggregate required for placement andor scholarship and/or foreign admissions, there is an unyielding committment (read as "by hook or crook"?) to score well so that the future isn't dark.

Enhanced Learning area of the brain:
Every 6 months (is it really 6 months, or should I say 4 months) or so, an individual has to erase 6 old subjects and; burn 6 new subjects. Thereby improving the individual ability to consume new stuff faster (but does the individual understand any of what's in it?)

For kick-arse men, it would be like juggling Girl-friends, Rock-shows, Exam scores and Personal finances all together. So, during the BE years, priortizing & de-prioritizing sub-routines are created. These may be modified slightly and invoked for execution later in life!

Satan's version of Murphy's law:
During BE if you didn't have a GF (for men) / BF (for women) then, there is and was something wrong about you!

Why do fathers-of-brides prefer BE?
Affluence, Prosperity, Job status!

Keep rocking

PS: Ofcourse, there are some 'boys' who after being dumped go in a negative downward spiral or whatever.

08 September 2012

46 years of Star Trek & what it means to me!

I started  watching Star Trek in the 1990s (TNG). I used to always wait for Captain Picard to deliver his final dialogue (moral of the episode). I also tuned into TOS which
 was aired later. And, whenever chance permitted, I used catch up with any movies that were running on TV.

Later I graduated to reading ST novels. My first one was "Dragon's
Honour" and I haven't stopped ever since. "Metamorphosis", "The
Undiscovered Country", "Devil's Heart", "Sarek", "Imzadi",
"Vendetta", "Dreadnought" and "Spock's World" to name a few of my

Yes I was thrilled to watch(2009) with its alternate timeline &
looking forward to its sequel. Its in 3D and is scheduled for next
year! There's lot of suspense brewing. I have an ST ceremonial
suit with a silver badge (communicator). Boy, I went through a lot of trouble explaining my requirements to the tailor and the jeweller!

What I have learnt from Star Trek:

Prime Directive:ST's Prime Directive maintains a rule that no Star Fleet officer
shall get involved into a non federation world & its issue unless explicity requested.
Value = In many cases, its better not get involved & stay non-


Star Fleet has never pursued research on cloaking spaceships as a

part of an agreement with Vulcans.
Value = Always up your promise

Tolerance:In the TNG series Chief of staff, is a Klingon. The bartender is
El-Aurian. The science officer is an android. Couselor half-
betazoid. In TOS the first officer is Vulcan.
Value = No racism (even subtlety)

Unfair:In the book "The Great Star Ship Race", Captain Kirk tells: "If
you want fair, don't run races!"
Value = Life is unfair, but do we have a choice?

Un-emote:Vulcans are trained minds & are capable of controlling emotions
(unless one has a Bendii syndrome: A rare disorder among older
vulcans to lose emotional control)
Value = In times of chaos, have a vulcan's control

Be specific:Whenever Captain Picard goes to the food synthesiser he generally
orders for "Tea Earl grey hot!"
Value = Be specific

4 more years to go for the Golden Jubilee!
Where will the grand convention be?
Would I go there?
Or would I be organizing one here?
How many more movies would be released by then?

Epilogue:Wisdom of Surak:http://www.surak.org/

"Live long & Prosper"
~Captain Satan Infernous, Enterprize 666

20 February 2012

To be or not to be?

Is Satan Infernous bewildered?
My IQ is 137, my brain runs 15 times faster than the average Joe enabling me to
I feel I'm more homely that office-ly (if there was such a term?). Cause I complete work before 5 PM everyday, take all the 40+ paid-leaves in a year, cook once a week & take family out atleast thrice a week!
What about becoming a "Corporate beeg shot"?
What about having no time even to go to the wash-room?
What about becoming a VP with a "Golden parachute"?
What about becoming the independent director of a company?
I will decide by 2013 end. There's lots of time!
Until then,
Keep rocking!

18 February 2012

Save Indian Family

Click on Title "Save Indian Family"


Why This Is Important

We are fighting against Misuse of dowry Law(IPC498A),Domestic Violence,and Women favoring Laws of Divorce,Alimony and Child custody.
We create awareness among citizens; About Corruption,injustice,harassment, Gender biased laws,elder abuse and human rights.

We fight against NGOs/feminists/authorities who support jailing of old/sick/minor/innocent people without investigations under section 498a.









09 October 2011

How to deal with Telecallers

TeleCaller: Sir, We are calling from xyz, We have an exciting offer for you?

Satan Infernous: Yeah, So you people are going to clean the overflowing gutter in the neighbourhood?

TS: Sir, I'm speaking about pqrs offer.

Satan: Why don't you & your colleagues along with your manager come along on this Sunday & clean up?

TS: Excuse me? (irritated)

Satan: No excuses

TS: This is ridiculous

Satan: No this is philanthrophy!

(She hangs up)

11 August 2011

For whom the bus rolls!

Metallica comes to India in Oct '11:

Keep rocking!

05 March 2011

Lets keep cricket clean?

Satan's PJ of the day:
Q: How do you keep cricket clean?
A: Ask everyone to play sweep-shots!


30 January 2011


Dere Mom and Dud ,
I fune in camp
Cockruch in soup so non veg
One of the kidss feel in the lak and drown today Herbie was bite be a rottle snake today We had aple pie today we dint have watter sking today because mister monhan brok both of one of his leggs
So did melvin i hop i like the rist wach you bring me if you cum up to see me soon my coonseler is a fagg can i be one? i dont thimk it cost enything xtra

yore sun santa

29 January 2011

Cost of inflation?

For the first time in history, Need, pleasure & torture are equally expensive (or inexpensive) How?
Onions 1 kg = 65 Rupees
Beer bottle = 65 Rupees
Petrol = 65 Rupees
Bus-ticket from my home-town to my in-laws home-town = 65 Rupees = TORTURE!

Keep rocking,

26 January 2011

Keep crushing?

MNP has arrived. Not Mobile Number Portability, but MN Prabhakar! Arrived at Bangalore that is....

I'm not giving out all the details like names, venues etc, as one of them threatened with suicide! Hey, I've divulged my name. So is it Self-suicide (if there is such a term?)

Well here goes, I got a call from few of my friends that there is going to be a Birthday party in the evening. I get there to find out:
1. There is no Birthday boy?
2. There is no Birthday cake?
3. I have to pay for what I eat? No OC (Other's Cost I say)
4. I have to tell who my crush was?

The discussions at the "special-birthday-bash" were varied from using dettol for an after-shave, Newton's light scattering experiment etc, etc.. I wonder what Newton used after his shave? However I know what Darwin used: Nothing, Ref: He had a long beard! And hey, we also spoke about crushes! One of the member has Multiple-crush-disorder.

MANTRA: If someone else goes out with your crush, its a curse!

On the return trip, I was sitting with a U-19 Cricket team. One lesson I learnt: Never share your toothpaste-tube with a Team Member. I got back an almost empty one. Now that's what I call TEAMWORK?

Before I forget:
2010: Year of Recuperation
2011: Year of Reclaimation
2012: Year of Ressurection
2013: Year of Revelation
2014: Year of Revolution
2015: Year of RECESSION (Again? Lets see...)

Keep rocking,
PS: Are you game?

12 January 2011

Satan Washing Powder

Washing Powder Satan
Washing Powder Satan

Doodh ki safedi,
Satan se aayi
Rangeen kapda ye khil khil jaaye


Washing Powder Satan

Keep washing,

05 January 2011

From the Archives: From your favourite correspondent

Kind attentionS:
UASCS '97 pass-outs & boot-legs,

Over 35 acquaintances of ourclass attended, although didn't recognize a few due to resemblance to Green-creatures?

I was greeted by a burly, tall man with hefty-shoulders at the entrance. Nopes it wasn't the Great Khali, but it was our "Great"-Yessi. He did manage to scare a few people? One big anamoly was that he was wearing 2 tee-shirts, 3 formal shirts & an over-coat in summer!

There were 2 bamboo sticks roaming around. One with a moustache (Ganapathy) & the other with Glasses (TG) who did claim that he was the CEO of "Mental Outside"!

Ajay, the Maradona of our class got beaten Black & Blue in a boxing fight against a 5 year old. Now he's turning into Pink & White. Does that make him a "Kaleidescope"?

Siva Prasad a.k.a Mr.Viands was gifted a watch (Not Sunday-Bazaar's China-Maal). He liked it so muIch that he SWALLOWED it. Now you know what makes him tick!

Before I forget, also in the gang was Jungle-Boy "Mowglee" who did resemble Ishant Sharma. The last person to come in was "Chocolate-Hero", Implication: He's getting married next? JK.

On a serious note (which is a hostile emotion for me),
I'm very happy since I met a lot of people, my school buddies, their spouses. And a beeg THANK YOU since you all did miss out on your usual "Saas-Bahu" soaps for this objective.

Keep rocking,
THE Byes

04 January 2011

Blood is thicker than Sambar! (NON-STOP-NONSENSE)

Onset of the Gregorian new year 2011. This year's targets:
1. I'm planning to dress-up Dabangg style. I can't guarantee about the 6 pack. But can guarantee 6-;layered-tetra-pack (me covered up all over during the cold season here)
2. Since I can boil water, I shall try to boil something else (other than somebody's temperment) edible.
3. I better learn cooking soon. That reminds me:
Father's-In-Law definition: One who cooks is called a cooker!
This is quite confusing, what do you call one who stiches hooks?
4. My motorbike is 15 years old, half as old as me. I need to get a RTO recertification. What about me?
5. I need to familiar myself with debiting & crediting in accounting gernals (read 'journals'), however, I'm familiar & contempted with advance accounting & financial stuff. There, no foundation at all! Does it mean its a Castle in Air? What about Dungeons & Dragons? Knights of the Templar? Robin-Hood?
6. Explain to this seemingly innocent welt (world), the differences between 'Paradox', 'Irony' & what else was it? Damn, I'm getting older. Refer above point 4.
7. See all "Farah Khan" directed movies, they are indeed colour-FOOL!

Question of the day:
An attachment to a car is called a "Trailer", so it follows. The preview is a "Trailer", and the movie follows! Why this contradiction?

Keep rocking,
PS: In case you understand what this blog entry is about, please let me know! Else, you might find similar one in 2012?

30 December 2010

Crazy Chronicles of Contigents.... Cucumber Chance Chinese Cheese Chop

Crazy Chronicles of Contigents.... Cucumber Chance Chinese Cheese Chop

I keep getting visitors from across the globe, in this case 12 from Belgium

Here was the Plan: The contigents would Visit Kalaram Mandir & have food at a lodge? Yeah, when we went to Hotel Abhishek, it was just a lodge. Quick-Gun-Satan found an alternative place. It had been almost a year, & I had never been to this place. Somehow I managed to act as If I knew. Does that make me a Master of Deceit? (I'm already Master of many things).

Along the way, a member of the Contigent went for some "FUTURE SEEKING", It was a road-side Parrot & not Paul the Octopus! They tried having paan. I ordered pans for them with Zarda & not tobacco? How is possible I say? Its a contradiction like: Decent-Satan?

Finally, their next agenda was Aurangabad, Ajanta-Yellora & Goa for the NEW YEAR's EVE. Impossible to resist. Possible to conduct?

Question: Who can outdo Rajanikanth?
Answer: Satan Infernous, Of course!

Kickarse Numbers

Divison Bell - Pink Floyd

Light my fire - Doors

Stairway to heaven - Led Zeppelin

Holy Diver - Dio

We're not gonna take it - Twisted Sister

Sabbath Bloody Sabbath - Black Sabbath

Mama I am coming home - Ozzy Osbourne

Sanitarium - Metallica

Wasted years - Iron Maiden

Victim of Changes - Judas Priest

Fake Healer - Metal Church

Holy Wars - Megadeth

Cowboys from Hell - Pantera

Rain in blood - Slayer

We will rise - Arch Enemy

Necronomicunt - Alastor

Territory - Sepultura

Bringing Back The Glory - Dying Fetus

Nabazone Svine - Amon

Iam the Demon King - Heretic 666

Ashes to Ashes Lust to Lust - Morrigan

Demon of the Fall - Opeth

Final Thoughts - Tearstrained

Hallowed be thy name (Black version) - COF

Spell Bound - Dimmu Borgir

Mourning Tears - Ancient Drive

Monochromatic Stains - Dark Tranquility

.............and lots more

02 November 2009

From the Archives: Freedom Jam!

It is with great grief I write in this journal! I am being forced by my parents to shave off my Million dollar Goatee! Boohooo, I want my girlfriend now!

The other night had a very bad dream, Freedom Jam got cancelled, Moron died, my secretary had Diabetes, I was surrounded by 7 gays in a small room! Hmmm, Gays?

The jam was just great, not to forget the big-beeg bands that played. As I used to say, Sam of Whitenoiz has great talent! Finally Gorified played, well I was the helper.... oops, manager! While they were playing some chick, started making eye-contact with me.

Her:What is this music?(I would love to talk to you kind of expression)
Me:You like them?
She started laughing
Me:You resemble someone I know.....
Me:Not from the front, but from the behind (I made a point to stare at her arse)
Fast forward 10 minutes..... (Yeah, I know I was hard on her)
Me:Give me your number, I will call you 1000 times a day
Her:.....Here you go!

The drummer of Cranium Shatter dropped me home. What can I say, he was my pilot (polished term for driver)

Before I forget, I saw a guy wearing a bright-orange suit and tie!

30 October 2009