Thursday, April 28, 2011

My disgruntled attempts at sketching/drawing. :P


                                                     The Man Who Sold The World.

Monday, April 25, 2011

Rebecca Black needs to stop singing...

...not that you can really call what she does as singing. It's just blaring, completely non-melodious, mind-numbing cacophony. No exaggeration. Seriously. She makes Justin Bieber sound good. Her songs make Ke$ha seem like a lyrical genius. That's how crazily annoying her songs are.

Really, Rebecca. Maybe you should try using words other than "morning" and "friday" in your songs. it gets a little, just a little monotonous. Dontcha think? Please don't confine yourself. And maybe  you could try experimenting with notes rather than using one note for the entire song.

Just a thought.
Cheers. :)

Friday, April 22, 2011

Not today!

I have this crazy habit of retaining things that have been used, no matter how old, worn-out and useless they become. A favourite soft toy, comic book, t-shirt, stationery, anything! I even keep gift wrapping covers from birthday gifts. Call me crazy.  I just can't seem to get rid of them! The fascnitation over something that led me to buy it just does not seem tofade away. I just like to shove them down under my bed... I'd probably not even look at them or think of them, but the feeling that comes knowing that I still own that stuff is strangely comforting :)

It's weird how I get more attached to inanimate objects quicker and more often than to people. :\

i just found one of my favourite pair of white shoes in my closet. I think that they were the prettiest pair of shoes that I ever bought. :)

Although my mum keeps pestering me to throw 'em away, I just say,
"I'm not throwing it away,
Not today..." :)

Thursday, April 21, 2011

Zed leppelin

If there really was a stairway to heaven, it would lead to your arms...
Nuff said.

Tuesday, April 05, 2011

State of Mind

"Mera beta engineer banega. Khoob paisa kamayega".

As far as my memory goes, I always wanted to be an aerospace engineer. Then came the awareness about "global warming" and a countless number of the-world-is-going-to-end theories. Somehow, I was completely fascinated by them. I urged my dad to buy me those encyclopaedias on earth science and climate change. Though most people around shunned the idea of global warming, it stuck with me. I could see the big picture. We are destroying the earth bit by bit, knowing that we have nowhere else to go. Environmental science was my new interest. It still is.

I bet there are a million other people like me who want to be engineers, nevertheless, of different kinds, not because people are pressurising them to, but because they want to.

 What saddens me is that the profession has become so cliched, that nobody takes it seriously. People don't read science because it interests them or fascinates them, but only to earn money. Of course, there's nothing wrong in doing so, but it somehow...doesn't feel right according to me. Engineering colleges in the country are so many, and every household has a qualified engineer to boast of. Most of these people don't even know what engineering's all about. They probably don't even know why they chose to study it. Some drop out of college because they've chosen the wrong course and it's too hard to catch up eith the diffculty of the subject.

Really, what's the point of earning money by doing something that you don't enjoy?
I'd really like to know.