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Thursday, July 26, 2007 by Talha Masood

Red is the new black?

Not anymore.

Now, black is the new red.


Wednesday, July 25, 2007 by Talha Masood

Yesterday night when I was coming out of Jehangir Restaurant, a colleague of mine asked me whether I have seen Shoib Mansoor. I replied that the last time I saw him was about a decade ago in Jinnah Super market. He said "There he is".

I went and patted him Shoaib Mansoor on his back. He turned around.

I said in awe "Shoab Sahab?"

He replied affirmatively.

I was totally high with excitement and in that anxiety I somehow managed to ask him when will his movie "Khuda Kai Liyee" be released in Islamabad/Pindi, because my friends all over Pakistan have watched it and I feel left behind.

He replied that it will be up on PAF cinema starting from 27th.

He was there with his son, what a humble man!!!

I-dol worship...

Thursday, July 19, 2007 by Talha Masood

Every sweet dish that is made has a pinch of salt in it; pure sweetness would be venomous, just like pure salt.

To walk on earth, you need gravity. If it was not for that force, there would be no movement ahead.

You add silver and other stuff to gold to mold it into beautiful, seductive, attractive forms to increase its market value.

Every truth also has a filch of dishonesty to make it digestible.

Simplicity - pure crap - flush it down.

Here lies your wisdom, my follies, their lies.

Their lies - lie there - painted, yet naked.

Carved, portrayed, decorated and worshiped.

Waiting for an oracle, an offshoot?

Crap, crap, crap.

In the name of God...

Wednesday, July 18, 2007 by Talha Masood

If this is what it is all about, then I am glad that it is not showing in Islamabad.

But Shoaib Mansoor has a history good enough for me to negate this column.


Sunday, July 08, 2007 by Talha Masood

The guys at Gapingvoid simplified Maslow.

Or at least, tried to.


Screw you guys...

Friday, July 06, 2007 by Talha Masood

In the morning when I was coming to office, I tuned to FM 89 listening to bore songs because somehow I was short of CDs in my dashboard.

I had this urge and I sent the message

"My request is the song 'Complicated' by 'Avril Lavigne' and I dedicate this song to everyone who is involved in the lal masjid controversial issue.

Talha Masood"

And the DJ played the song giving some prequel comments.

That was a nice thing to do.

But really, screw you guys.

Leave my city alone.

Get lost, save Islamabad.

On the latest updates, do check out the Islamabad Metblogs.


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