Month: November 2008

  • Freedom is not Free

    I’m sure you’ve heard by now of the Mumbai terror blasts and shootings yesterday – the situation still continues today, with a seige at the two hotels targeted still underway. Over 100 are dead, scores injured and the damage both physical and psychological as yet uncounted. I’m usually one to argue in favour of civil […]

  • Movie Review: Quantum of Solace

    Quantum of Solace? What kind of name is that for a Bond film? Thunderball, From Russia with Love, Goldeneye or even The World is Not Enough – these are the names that could grace cheesy airport novels, and Bond is only just a cut above the pulp thriller genre by virtue of a sense of […]

  • Growing Up

    “Yeah, I’m looking to buy a place.” Holy shit, did I just say that? I think I did. In fact, I think this is the beginning of the end – the end of pretending like I can get away with doing just the minimum. There’s a couple of factors that have prompted me to start […]

  • Art as payment?

    “I can’t pay you right now in cash – however, I value this drawing at the amount that you’re billing me.” rofl

  • Movie Review: Quickie Edition VIII

    Rocknrolla: Superrrrrb. Guy Ritchie at his best since Snatch, which surprisingly was way back in 2000. Weaves a tale of property, money and gangsters in (where else but) London, and does a damned good job of it. While you might only recognise one or two of the faces in here, most of the cast do […]

  • Obama!

    Obama wins it! Sure, not Regan-esque landslide, but we can wait for that in 4 years when Palin tries and miserably fails.

  • 3rd Blogiversary

    700 posts, three(ish) years, 1700+ comments, seventy thousand spam blocked (I <3 Akismet), averaging 22 page views a day, thousands upon thousands of words, and I’m still here. Hmmm. Let’s see where this puppy can go.