Some randomness

For those of you who did not notice, there was a rather interesting discussion on my post on the Mangalore attacks. All I will say is this, I simply don’t care what people think. I am what I am, bigoted or fanatic or feminist, the tag makes no difference to me. And anyway. I got fed up of all that Hindutva crap and finally blacklisted that guy. On that note, I am wondering. Should I go out with b/f on Valentine’s day, so that I can conveniently blame my wedding on a couple of right-wing fanatics? Lol. I wish. Will be back with a better thought-out post on Hinduism as I understand it. But, for the moment, I risk being out of touch during the day. We are migrating to a more secure server at work and won’t be able to access the Internet during the day. One of the disadantages of working for a bank. 😛 See you soon!

3 thoughts on “Some randomness

  1. Indian Homemaker says:

    The blogosphere is planning to splurge in hearts and love and cupid, wine, noodle straps, tight jeans and dancing posts around the Valentine’s day, so you too go out and have fun and blog about it please!

    We are ll going out this year, because this Valentines day is about freedom adn equality, about upholding our Constitution. Let’s all join the Pub Bharo Andolan!
    🙂

  2. Nimmy says:

    🙂 ,nice idea of a low cost marriage,but never do that as you should not spoil ht happiness of a day remmebered whole life..Maybe gays and lesbians can have a try,so that they can live peacefully,having tied the knot bu cultural guardians..

    See you soon!!

  3. Allytude says:

    For whatever it is worth, my opinion of you is you are a very sensitive bright individual who speaks out for what is right and rallies against injustice. And I must say you dealt with both your trolls in a very well behaved balanced fashion.

    Would like for your internet problems to get over quickly so that I can read more “good sense” stuff.

    Would you really like those creeps to officiate at your wedding- though it is an interesting proposition.

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