Monthly Archives: December 2008

Epiphany on the last working day of the year

Know whats worse than code that doesnt work when you know it should? Code that works when your boss knows it shouldnt.

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Mind over platter..

The fries look scrupmtious, and done deep, But I have promises to keep, And calories to burn before I sleep, And calories to burn before I sleep. P.S. Apologies to a certain English poet who is probably tossing around in … Continue reading

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One more thing to regret when I turn 30

Years down the line, with the wisdom of the ages, I may look back at the poetry (limericks mostly) that I have begun to write of late and feel highly embarrased. I can even see myself sitting alone at night … Continue reading

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The holiday ‘spirit’

Its that time of the year, You spread afar the joy and cheer. So if you’ve been touched by this blog, Why not go the whole hog, And gift me a crate of beer? 🙂   Update: I got what … Continue reading

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The curious incident of the FIR in the night time

My friends tend to look askance at my morals. Charges range from repeatedly flicking toothpaste from my neighbour’s room under the cover of dark to being the prime suspect in the mystery of the missing donut in the snacketaria (for … Continue reading

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Putting some

For those of you who havent yet read Ramesh Srivats’s blog , you’re really missing something. Wordplay and satire at its best there folks. And if you’re reading the post on nursery rhymes, see if you can spot a rhyme … Continue reading

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From the frying pan..

I’ve been dragged from my cube three floors away from my nearest superior (and I seem answerable to everyone except the nice office boy who helped me move my things) and placed squat in the middle of them, where there … Continue reading

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