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Thursday, November 23, 2006

Traffic congestion was at its worse today, had to walk for half an hour from L&T to Seepz.
The bus in which I travel from Bhandup to Seepz, witnessed a tiff between a women and a man, the reason was the usual pushing, etc, but this one flared out of control, with the woman slapping the man not once or twice but multiple times. I still don’t know exactly happened, because I was out of the line of sight of the whole affair, eventually the bus conductor had to intervene to calm the situation.More posts soon.That is all for now.
And yes Arsenal scrapped together a 3-1 victory against Hamburg,
While Indian cricket team lost tamely to South Africa.
I am addicted to Appy Fizz, ok, not that much, I am in love with it, after Energee, Mangola, its my favourite.



Wednesday, November 22, 2006

Time to continue….

Time to continue….

News of the day:
Good news of the day> Temperatures in Mumbai are normal and not extreme.
Bad news of the day> Strike of petrol pump owners!!!

Moment of insanity>
Today moment of insanity was when I tried to eat red chilli.

Moment of stupidity>
Running for 10 minutes to catch a train, and finding out that, it was Thane local after reaching the platform.

Hoping to watch Dhoom-2 this weekend, but that depends on whether I get the tickets for it.

Three fishes in my fish tank have grown to the length of…..two Nokia N72 mobile phones. Get it! Hope they survive or else they will break some hearts.

Traffic congestion near Seepz Gate No. 3, has got reduced considerably.
Now only few congestion hot-spots remain, Gandhinagar, IIT lane, upto Hiranandani.

Tuesday, November 21, 2006

A short bullet story

The predecessor of the Bullet was first produced in 1931. This was followed by a four-valve, single-cylinder model named Bullet in 1932. The 1935 G model was the first that assumed the 'modern' look, with vertical cylinder, cast-in pushrod tunnel and eventually fully enclosed valve gear.
The single was reintroduced in 1948-49 redesigned by Ted Pardoe, chief draftsman at Enfield in Redditch, England. The strong single cylinder engine allowed it to excel as a trials bike.
Orders from the Indian government led to setting up of the factory in India in 1955. The Bullet today is faithful to that classic design of the 50's albeit with several design and quality improvements.
Celebrating its 50th anniversary the bloodline of Royal Enfield Bullet motorcycle spans five decades of motorcycling in some of the toughest and most varied terrain the world has to offer.
The Enfield Bullet is still essentially hand made utilising very little assembly line activity. First introduced in Britain in 1949 this classic single cylinder bike has seen minor modifications and major quality improvements since it was first produced in India in 1955.
sourse : internet(premji's)

Hearing Loss

Continuation of last post!!!!!!!!
No, I am neither a quack doctor nor a specialist.
But through personal experiences and research, I have found out one interesting thing, Lets see what it is.
Portable/Personal entertainment has taken off.
With FM radio channels, large mega bytes of music, there is never a dull moment when you have a cell phone for company.
But let us put some light on an issue, once highlighted by my friend, and now validated by university researchers.
I am not technophobic, I love technology. But I am mindful of its after-effects.
I am not talking about radiation, etc.
I am talking about a simple and logical issue.
Ok, enough beating around the bush.
I am talking about side-effects of using earphones.
I am not against ear-phones, even I use them.
The problem starts with location of its use.
The location dictates the level of ambient sound. Ambient sound can be simply put as surrounding/background sound.
Now consider that the maximum volume for your earphones is 30,
now in normal circumstances when there is not much ambient sound,
you would keep the volume between 20-25.
But if you are in a locale/area where the surrounding noise is high,
say on the road in heavy traffic,
that is when you would increase the volume above 25, to be able to hear clearly,
which is not good for your ear, because now the volume will be what, normally would have been too loud for you. But, as you are in a noisy place, you have to keep it that way. Maybe that enables you to hear your favorite song, but what about the damage done to your sensitive ears, while they are pounded by loud music. Think about it!
Enjoy Life! But Be Safe! That way you get to enjoy for a long time!
If any questions, please leave comments.

Monday, November 20, 2006

another shorty

No, I am neither a quack doctor nor a specialist.
But through personal experiences and research, I have found out one interesting thing, Lets see what it is.
Portable/Personal entertainment has taken off.
With FM radio channels, large mega bytes of music, there is never a dull moment when you have a cell phone for company.
But let us put some light on an issue, once highlighted by my friend, and now validated by university researchers.
I am not technophobic, I love technology. But I am mindful of its after-effects.
I am not talking about radiation, etc.
I am talking about a simple and logical issue.
Ok, enough beating around the bush………….
Sorry….have to cut short…..
Interruptions beyond my powers have occurred,
Its time to go.
Expect a post tomorrow.