Friday, January 19, 2018

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Kids having fun as Chota Bheem arrives at STORY:This weekend STORY, a well-known book store, in collaboration with Primarc Group; invites children at its store situated in Elgin road, to be up-close and personal with their most beloved cartoon character Chota Bheem and click some exciting shots on 17th January, Saturday from 11.30 to 4. The STORY organizers have entirely planned the event for children, starting it with Chota Bheem storytelling keeping in view its huge popularity as one of the most loved television shows on Pogo TV. Prior to the event, there is already enough enthusiasm among... Read More


Phew! Gran here. For the purpose of this diary entry call me Narg. I've just signed up for Obama care. The President assured me even though we now live in a missile silo buried deep in the woods of Alaska, we should make a point of 'health priority'. How do i know the President? He saw my varicose veins on a vain dating site and tweeted me. His exact words,"Gran, those legs look like they may have launched a thousand ships." I tweeted right back from my underground nuclear powered laptop. Ticked the cheeky chap off. "Dear Mr. President, thank you for your... Read More

ONION RINGS.riginal.

Bill Bulb was just that. Bulbous. Short, round. His anatomical rotundness gave the townsfolk the impression that if he fell over his little legs, his short neck, supporting his little round head, would all retract automatically upon unbalance. Rolling down the steep lush onion land until the human ball came to rest.Rocked several times in the drainage cleft nature had gouged to drain the fertile soil. Like some of those multi- legged little scurry bout black hard -cased shell crawlers that defensively retract when picked up by an inquisitive kid. Instinctively waiting... Read More


They were chamber made. Confined. Except for her.The other four kept to themselves. He, though, intrigued, remarked on her unusual jacket. She ignored him. You know the sort. Standoffish, aloof, self possessed,"look at me, i'm special"...a real hard case. Everyone had seen her. Someone remarked they had rolled round with her briefly. "In your dreams" he thought.

He slept soundly. Snapped awake, alert, ready to go. Was today the day he'd die? Something bad had happened. He could feel the tension. He knew, felt it, they would be in close company today. He... Read More


Greetings humans. My name is ENS. I was left behind on Mars by my parents who were at their dry wits ens, to warn off any intrusion on my home town of Mars should any of you be silly enough to attempt to land after you punch the crap out of each other following a two year trip of madness. Moon madness. That's right, although you will be chosen from the best of your species you are inferior mentally to our race. Hence you will board your stupid little space ship, moon around eating big Macs drinking large cokes, bored, finally succumbing to madness of... Read More


It was the year that metaphorical died. Literally speaking! Spoken chewed over lauded metaphor became literal. How it started no one knew.

Some said it was the profundity of online courses dripped in the honey of imperfect perfection that heralded the 'change.' Theologians and indeed wise politicians, (nearly extinct due to the advent of 'over voting' cull) ruminated, threw ideas around, puzzled, charged overly, nothing came to light of substance.

Scientists couldn't work out whether an alien planet some millions of miles away nearby, had... Read More

The right to education is one of the basic human rights and in the 21st century it is finally being proven how important it is to get proper education in order to stand in line for well-paid jobs. Today you cannot hope to become a wanted worker if you do not invest in your education. But what can we invest today, when the economy of the whole world is going through such tumultuous times? Education has never before been so crucial and important for people and yet, it seems that less and less money is given to state-owned schools. It seems that the future of education lies in private schools... Read More

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Musings Of A Poet

Agree Barb, throwing the baby out with the bath water 'aint the answer. Take care. :>)

Musings Of A Poet

I know Rigina, when it takes a week for legite comments to appear it is upsetting, and it is killing the site slowly. Surely there must be a better way to address the spammers and floggers. Also taking away ratings if you do not post in a period of...

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ed i was one of the original complainers about people using this site to flog their stuff. Now legite comments don't show?