It’s amazing how I have all the time to blog bang in the middle of a semester amongst the heap of work. Now that I am jobless, this page remains static for a week.
So quick updates.
I have been running around with a lot of paperwork to be completed before the start of next week. And with the buses operating on limited service, it’s all about long walks to main campus, minute details missing on documents, asking for changes, waiting, refreshing inbox and all that.
And then on Tuesday, we decided to watch Kuruvi in theater. My roommate and me are big fans of Trisha. She is just ultimate. Her wallpaper lasts the longest time on my desktop. So, we spent $10 on Kuruvi and came out minutes before the climax. Please, please do not watch it. I don’t know what they were trying. Probably another Gilli but they miserably fail in that attempt.
I watched Santosh Subramaniam though. Damn good movie. Genelia was good. Some people said Bommerilu, the Telugu version is better but I guess you’ll like whichever you see first. I’ve not watched any new Hindi flick. Almost all are duds these days. This year, I’ve seen just one so far. Mithya. And it was excellent.
Started watching Weeds. Quite good. It’s remarkable that everyone apart from the lead character comes across as very irritating. Poor Nancy Botwin. I kind of like Mary-Louise Parker.
Desipundit had link to this post with photographs of an aerial view of Bombay. Simply love them. I wanted to write a separate post on this but this blog is already congested with a lot of things Bombay. So, peace.
I have been eating out a lot. On Monday, it was Burger King (I hate the place, but), then Papa John’s Pizza, then Cool Breeze chat, then Saffron in Morrisville and Cool Breeze once again. Have to stop. For health. For $$.
Saturday was the biggest disappointment of them all. We decided to drive 80 miles to Ashboro to visit the NC Zoo. The place is huge and supposed to be a lot of fun. We drove all the way only to find out that some water pipe broke and they decided to remain closed. Drove back. There was no makeshift plan and all the other places seemed too far to start in the afternoon. Semma bulb. Just ate, drank whatever we had bought and came home to a long boring day.