Thursday, February 9, 2017


If you thought Bush had a problem forming sentences (that made sense), well…

And what’s with the swaying?


Talk about someone with a misplaced sense of entitlement. That’s not even the worst part.

The disappointing bit is that there would be a significant number of daft cunts who would have paid this cunt.

Why did you survive?

There are simply WAY TOO MANY idiots crowding the planet.

Request To BBC – Can You Get Better Presenters?

If you can’t fire Alan Kasujja, could you at least see to it that he stops using the word STUFF while presenting the news? For fuck sake… this is supposed to be BBC!

It would be preferred if Matthew Bannister, Alan Kasujja and Bola were pulled away from the microphones, but if that’s not going to happen, could you at least brief them on how to present the news and/or conduct interviews? Is that too much to ask for?

Tuesday, February 7, 2017

Belapur Youth Dies In ‘Cobra Kiss’ Stunt



The activists quoted in this article seem to be just as stupid as the Late Somnath Mhatre.

Such stunts must be strictly banned – Err… Ahem… Can you BAN stupidity? If yes, then that should’ve been done a long time ago (ideally before banning Beef or Liquor or 86% of the currency in circulation!)

It is very unfortunate that a young life…. – It is unfortunate that we have to share this planet with such idiots. It’s fortunate that at fairly regular intervals, natural selection takes over and a few of these idiots drop dead because of their stupid actions.

Good riddance to bad rubbish.

Monday, February 6, 2017

Mattis In South Korea



Am I the only one who found this funny? I mean… it does look stupid.

They aren’t offering a salute or even a courtesy wave. Not even smiling. It seems like they have been punished and are now being paraded to be shamed by the assembly.

Here is a (trimmed out) video clip:


Disappointing. Boring. Pointless. Uneventful. Crap.


Well, if you do bother with the film, it’s best to leave your dimaag (baniye ka or otherwise) at home.

The fact that I watched this in a theatre in Kuwait does affect the review. A lot of sequences would have been cut-out, and at present; there is no way for me to determine if those sequences would have made the film better or worse.

Musa and Nawaab – Glorified extras. There was a lot of scope here.

To me, it seemed as if SRK was fulfilling some modelling contract or an ad campaign. This genre usually offers the male lead a huge opportunity to perform and shine. Wasted.

Pramod Pathak, playing the Chief Minister of Gujarat doesn’t fit the role. His outfits (in the film) don’t fit. No screen presence. Pathak’s ‘performance’ is laughable.

Nawazuddin Siddiqui does the best he could with what he was given. That said, he does have the best lines in the film and he delivers them well.

Atul Kulkarni – Not bad.

Mahira Khan has looked much better in her tele appearances. In the film, she looks… well… nothing much to talk about. Same goes for the character. Just another pointless addition to the film.