Blog Created: 3/19/06
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Main blog:doublespacedhead
Birthday:May 14th 1984
Occupation:Technical / Computers
Education:Graduate degree, School of life
Religion:Not religious
Service Attendance:Never
Location:India, Bombay

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Body Size:Average
Height:5' 7" (170 cm)
Eyes:Light Brown
Hair Color:Black Brown
Hair Style:Straight - Medium
Facial Hair:Stubbly
Skin Tone:Light Brown
Best Feature:Eyes
Clothing Pref.:Tattered
Tattoo Info:NONE
Piercing Info:EAR
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Relationship Status:Single - Never Married
Astrological Sign:Taurus (April 20 - May 20)
Existing as:Shadowkin
Liquor:Social drinker. One or two
Your Home:Live with parents
Likes:poetry music (one word only)

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Authors:anton chekhov
Music Genres:rock (alternative)
Bands/Artists:portishead, radiohead, jal
Songs:creep, sour times
Colors:red, black

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Four Most Recent Entries

It's getting hot in here...
If you have it in you to forgive the extremely corny header, please read ahead. The temperature is rising, literally. Around the world, and since we live in India, especially in India. The summer is hotter every year. But thankfully, we can all wear thinner clothes, switch fans and air-conditioners on when we need them, have cool drinks and bathe in cold water. Bears, on the other hand, cannot. As a matter of fact, they can't even walk into a hair dresser's and ask for a close crop. The hair on their coats keeps growing, all the time, until some kind official in the zoo decides to...
Vote for electricity!
For those who don't know me (well practically, there are four readers of this blog, but anyway) I do not live in a remote village in Northeast India. No. Bhandup is still inside Bombay's city limits. I had a bit of a discussion with a colleague at work today. About load-shedding. A concept she believes is peculiar to little villages in little remote corners of this vast country. She was, how shall I say, awed by the fact that these things happen in her own city, albeit 30 kilometers from her own house, which happens to be in Cuffe Parade in 'town'. She asked me if I was being serious. I...
Can't help!
Wise men say, only fools rush in... But I can't help, falling in love with you...
And it's Hulk. Err… Psycho. No, wait, I think it's Ghajini. Hey! It's Memento. Ummm…
I suppose you know by now which D O U B L E S P A C E D movie I'm talking about. If you don't, it's really not your fault. I was pretty confused when I watched it too. But the film I'm about to review is called Ghajini. (The Hindi one - just making sure we're on the same page!) So let's get the riff raff out first. This is a point in Jiah Khan's life when she most certainly needs to look for another career option. Acting, as is obvious, is not her cup of tea, at least not in Hindi cinema. (Yes Jiah, we know you detest movies that involve you dancing around trees, but you could at...

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