Wednesday, August 29, 2007

Power sharing or Power saving?

It seems Mushy is bent on keeping the President's chair for as long as humanly possible - and for that, he's now performed the cardinal sin of negotiating with those who he once vowed to stop getting back in power! Such a true reflection of politics in this country, where you go back on your word at your convenience!

I wonder how long will the "people" bear such madness in the name of ruling. It is a nation we're talking about here, and yet all these freaking idiots care about is getting back into power and serving their assumed Gods and Goddesses sitting all the way across the Atlantic! How shallow can you get really!

I've said it a million times, no sane person would ever want those two jack**** to return to power but since when did the government did what its people wanted? It seems we're destined for another stint of looting and plundering in the name of restoration of democracy. The only way those two could stay out of power is when the Supreme Court rules against them too. Surely there's enough evidence around to convict those two of their misdeeds while they were in power. Here's hoping something of that sort materializes.

Sunday, August 26, 2007

Funny Connecticut Sign


Wednesday, August 22, 2007

To see or not to see...

There is an ongoing debate these days over Shoaib Mansoor's film Khuda Kay Liyay. There's already a Fatwa out doing the proverbial rounds on the net discouraging people from watching the film - but I, for one, intend to see it and form my own opinion of it rather than take their word for it. I won't be surprised if the mullahs have taken the insults out of context - just like they started parading these fatwas against that Apple product that resembled the cube and that the mullahs mistook for a look-alike of Ka'aba. Nut bags!

Watch the trailer here:

Monday, August 20, 2007

Pakistan on National Geographic

September’s national geographic magazine features an article by Don Belt, titled “Struggle for the soul of Pakistan”. It’s available online at:

Worth a read. Do check it out.

Friday, August 10, 2007

I STILL love Pakistan

In response to BuzzVines' Still Love Pakistan Campaign

I STILL love Pakistan because it's my identity. No matter where I go, I will ALWAYS be recognized as a Pakistani - and am damn proud of it. Sure the people who've ruled my country have left no stone unturned in ruining and looting it for their personal gain but that does not change what Pakistan stands for, WHY we fought for it and what personal sacrifices it took to achieve it - that will always remain the same. And that is why I'll always love Pakistan.

I Still Love Pakistan do you

Monday, August 06, 2007

Happy Birthday to me!

23 years of loitering, ignorance and hypocrisy ... and its set to continue ! =)

Rock on razzman! :P

Oh and special thanks to all those who wished on this momentous day ... especially my office buddies! Thanks guys !