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Friday, September 21, 2007 by Talha Masood

From the movie "23".

"I once read that the only philosophical question that matters is whether or not to commit suicide."

The movie sucked but the note does make sense. Although religion does in a way kill this thought, but still - who doesn't think like this?

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Wednesday, September 19, 2007 by Talha Masood

Dumb, mute, deaf and with a strange stamp on top of his heart.

He was locked in solitude in his transparent cell, with nothing but a marker in his hand.

He was continuously scribbling


on every place visible and possible.

The people passing by had different opinions about the guy.

Some said that he is a blatant and addictive sinner and that he is writing "Sin is in" and then very ceremoniously advertising himself by writing "I".

While, others had a somewhat different opinion. They were of the opinion that he is just a habitual sinner and that he is writing "I Sin". Just reminding himself of his wonted, addictive duties.

While others had a 180 degree out of phase opinion about his actions. They said that he is writing "I Sin" to repent on his sins.







In reality, his name was "Inis".


An apple a day, keeps the heaven away...

Friday, September 07, 2007 by Talha Masood

Things are never
As they seem to be
As they used to be
Life becomes
As you want it to be

But I
Justify my laziness
With anarchy
And chaos
And mysteries

But that's okay
As my life is mine
And my decisions
Along-with their repercussions
Are solely mine too

You slay-ed your son
And presented the fiery to me
I ate it
Became the apple of your eye
Got stuck in your throat

Update: yup, it's my effort in wasting time. And the theme conflicts itself at places so it doesn't make any sense. It's NOT blasphemous and is NOT referring to Christ being son of God, I am NOT a Christian.

The butterfly "effect"....

Thursday, September 06, 2007 by Talha Masood

Sushmita Sen will be naming her autobiography "The Butterlfy".

I can't wait to get my hands on the butterfly, wonder when will it be in my reach.

Not that I am an avid reader of books, but Sushmita Sen is, after-all, Sushmita Sen.


In white background, everything looks evil!

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