Thursday, August 09, 2007

They're taking the Hobbits to Isengard!

Wacky and and absolutely hilarious! Anyone who likes Aragorn or Legolas will go mad after seeing this video!!

Monday, April 09, 2007

The Lord of the OS...

Recently one of my friends, a computer wizard, paid me a visit. As we were talking I mentioned that I had recently installed Windows on my PC, I told him how happy I was with this operating system and showed him the Windows CD.

Too my astonishment and distress he threw it into my micro-wave oven and turned it on. I was upset because the CD had become precious to me, but he said: 'Do not worry, it is unharmed.' After a few minutes he took the CD out, gave it to me and said: 'Take a close look at it.'

To my surprise the CD was quite cold and it seemed to have become thicker and heavier than before. At first I could not see anything, but on the inner edge of the central hole I saw an inscription, in lines finer than anything I have ever seen before. The inscription shone piercingly bright, and yet remote, as if out of a great depth:


'I cannot read the fiery letters,' I said.
'No,' he said, 'but I can. The letters are Hex, of an ancient mode, but the language is that of Microsoft, which I shall not utter here. But in common English this is what it says:'

One OS to rule them all, One OS to find them,
One OS to bring them all and in the darkness bind them.

Tuesday, October 31, 2006

Extreme Diet Coke & Mentos Experiments II - The Domino Effect

Let me show you a great way to waste gallons of Coke and kilos of Mentos... a chain reaction of a different kind!! Just push play!!

"The guys from EepyBird are back, with 251 bottles of Diet Coke and over 1,500 Mentos mints. In Experiment #137, they did a mint-powered version of the Bellagio fountains. This time, it's one giant Coke & Mentos chain reaction that has to be seen to be believed."

Thursday, October 12, 2006

The Nameless Monster

Once upon a time, there lived a nameless monster.
The monster was dying to have a name so badly.
So the monster decided to set out on a journey to find itself a name.
But the world was such a large place.
So the monster split into two and went on to two seperate journeys.
One went to the East and the other went to the west.
The monster that went to the east found a village.

There was a blacksmith at the village entrance.
"Mr.Blacksmith, please give me your name" said the monster.
"I can't give you my name" replied the blacksmith.
"If you give me your name I will jump inside you and make you stronger in return." said the monster.
"Really? I'll give you my name if you can make me stronger.", the blacksmith told the monster.
The monster jumped inside the blacksmith.
The monster became Otto the blacksmith.
Otto the blacksmith was the strongest man in the village.
But one day he said:
"Look at me! Look at me!"
"The monster inside of me has grown this big!"
*Chomp, chomp, munch, munch, gobble, gobble, gulp*
The hungry monster ate Otto from the inside out.

The monster then went back to become a monster without a name.
Even though he jumped inside Hans the shoemaker....
*Chomp, chomp, munch, munch, gobble, gobble, gulp*
He went back to being a monster without a name again.
Even though he jumped inside Thomas the hunter.....
*Chomp, chomp, munch, munch, gobble, gobble, gulp*
He still went back to being a monster without a name.
The monster then went to a castle to find a wonderful name.
Inside the castle, there was a very sick boy.
"I'll make you stronger if you give me your name" said the monster
In reply, the boy told him "I'll give you my name if you can cure my illness and make me stronger."
So the monster jumped inside the boy.
The boy became very healthy.

The King was delighted.
"The prince is well! The prince is well!" said the King.
The monster became fond of the boy's name.
He also grew fond of his life inside the castle.
That's why he endured even when he became hungry.
Every day, even when his stomach became very empty, he endured.
But then he became so hungry....
"Look at me! Look at me!" said the boy.
"The monster inside of me has grown this big!"
The boy then ate his father, servants, and everyone.
*Chomp, chomp, munch, munch, gobble, gobble, gulp*
Because everyone was gone....
The boy left on a journey
He walked and walked for days.....

One day the boy met the monster that went west
"I have a name" said the boy.
"It's a wonderful name."
And then the monster that went west said...
"I don't need a name."
"I'm happy even if I don't have a name."
"Because we're monsters without names."
The boy ate the monster that went west.
Even though he now had a name....
There was no one left to call him by his name.
It is a wonderful name.

P.S. Don't blame me if you dont understand the story. It has a lot of history behind it. If you have the time and/or patience, watch the anime series "Monster". You'll understand. Truly one of the series you have to see. I have to warn you, it is not for the weak of heart. And those opposed to occasional nudity.

This story had to be posted, although it was already posted elsewhere.

Saturday, May 06, 2006

Monday, April 10, 2006

Blacanza Returns

Don’t even think of writing on my pen and so my shuttle racquet is being sung a lullaby and a mini dictionary saw a mini Reynolds and the sun is not real because someone said so and my brother had measles and the dog is barking because I told it to do so and that is the cause for the Industrial Revolution in 2011 started by late Sri Y2K Sharma who wrote “Days of my old age” when he was 5 years old and started singing the song “maathe par bindia” and my work is to study the auto-biography of people who are going to be born and that is why Julius Caesar married Anne of Cleves.

Author: Phanindra
Time: 29th March 1999
Location: Hmm... don't remember
Situation: Don't remeber this either :P

Saturday, April 01, 2006

Additional Questions

Additional questions are also to be said to Pavan Kumar and not only that but you must also say your name or something if I ask anything before he asks you anything so I, you and we all must be very careful of whatever we do and remember to write whenever you are free and you will also get a motor bike free if you are free so if you are free then you must also be free because you were already free and you will also be in future because present is the cause for the future and future is also a cause of present so as Mr. Nair said everything in this whole world is interdependent on each other and the rights and duties are like the Romans who enjoyed merrymaking and Marcus Aurelius destroyed the Roman economy.

Author : Pavan Kumar
Time : Sometime in 1999, when we were studying 9th standard
Location : Hyderabad Public School, Ramanthapur
Situation : He was just testing a new pen he bought that day!

What the hell is Blacanza??

What is Blacanza? You'll know soon enough. What we have here is a collection of the most thoughtless, yet thought provoking pieces of literary work ever written in the known history of mankind!

The original concept was by Pavan, and then I caught on. And it was me who gave this literary form it's name... Blacanza! I'm actually thinking of registering that name as copyrighted ;)

Some people called my first blog thoughtless... wait till they get to see this!