Friday, September 18, 2009

Two days and counting..

Days get lazier and lazier. Work is one thing which fills some time with purpose. Else with mom taking over everything in the house, I am hardly left with anything to do. I am told to enjoy this time since I won't be getting it back. That stack of Poirot novels I bought (for a smash deal - 6 for 450, BTW at Crossword) is at the last one, I am reading with a vengeance.

Well, but no worries on boredom. The nation's politics always provides food for thought and humor.

First it is all the brouhaha in AP over Jagan becoming CM. And poor Mr. Rosiah feeling "neglected". I say, this Jagan fellow's presumptions to power are admirable. He can simply silence all the chamchas by saying please lets just run the government stably, and tell his "fans" to not waste time and not kill themselves for him. But no. Then what would happen to his god-incarnate image? (According to a GEMINI TV documentary he is none less than god re-incarnated and brought down to earth to save he world. And he is the one and only suitable CM candidate in AP. So lets just focus on that alright?)

So the fact that he wants to be the CM is quite obvious. And although Rosiah is trying to clear away files at a marathon pace (I cannot find a link to the article in ToI which said he cleared some 450 files in one go), I don't think anybody in Congress cares. And well, the state continues to suffer from high lentils prices, floods and water logging from an aggressive monsoon and what else not. (All that is thanks to YSR, BTW, but he is like a martyr now, for reasons no one knows, so one cannot blame him anymore without being prosecuted by GEMINI TV).

So let the party go on.

And Mr. Tharoor I am most sorry for. His sense of humour is not appreciated by chamchas of madamji. So what is new? Nothing. There are plenty of blogs written about how we feed the Gandhi dynasty out of our hands while we lap up their stupid austerity drives with elan. So I don't need to write anymore. But well, it makes for a good laugh how Jayanthi Natarajan is skipping and hopping mad all over the place (and TV channels) wringing about it.

Then why in the world have I switched to watching "Jaani Dushman" and "Judaai" on Zee Cinema instead of tuning into our austere news channels, the past couple days? I even traded all this fun for "Chori Cori Chupke Chupke" about 3-4 days ago. I must be going nuts!


Smitha said...

Looks like the stork has visited your home:-). Havent seen any activity on ur blog for a while.

Enjoy time with the baby. Eagerly waiting to see pix.

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