Monthly Archives: July 2010

Another great Gretchen Rubin quote

“where there is no wood, the fire goes out; and where there is no talebearer, strife ceases.” proverbs 26:20. Still, not sure about that. If two individuals are doing a rotation in an Arctic silo, I can see strife developing … Continue reading

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Zardari… Even more

So DAWN reports that zardari will visit the UK at a cost of whatever pounds, Cameron snub or no Cameron snub. The man can’t even let the Foreign Office chew out the British High Commissioner, because that midlevel civil service … Continue reading

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Sonia Gandhi v Asif Zardari

Nothing symbolizes the state of each nation’s leadership better than how Asif and Sonia dealt with Mr. Cameron. Sonia Gandhi had no time for the man when he came calling. Incidentally Mr. Cameron’s entirely unnecessarily grovelling manner must have had … Continue reading

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The Happiness Project

I’ve been reading Gretchen Rubin’s The Happiness Project. Wonderful book. One quote that particularly stands out. Not sure if it’s original to her. “The days are long but the years are short.”

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Shakir and Irfan Hussain

Shakir apparently deigned to visit this blog. Doesn’t care for it. Apparently the fruit has not fallen far from pseudo – intellectual Pakistan hating tree.

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Cameron is an unmitigated …

Not sure what to say regarding Mr. Cameron’s unpleasant, inaccurate and fundamentally misleading outburst against Pakistan. Not sure if it represents thought out policy, or the consequence of going native in India, but the writing should be on the wall … Continue reading

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