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Sunday, December 31, 2006

Celebrations in abundance

Today is my blog's second birthday. Happy Birthday dear bloggy. W00T! This year was slow but still good. I hope I catch up next year. You just bet!

Some important things that happened last year. We shifted our home for the first time, atleast for me. I was transferred to ACCA. I got a Sony Cybershot. My first actual crush - welcome to lala land, I will blog about it sometime later. I got fainted for the first time this year. Gave some recruitment interviews and they all need B.Com. Faints again. I met some of my relatives after long long time almost a decade. And how can I forget my eyebrow piercing! Am I missing something? Yes I am. Got alot of unique opportunities, happiness and blessed moments. Thanks God for it.

With the year 2006 approaching its end, I wish you all a very Happy New Year.

And a very Happy and surely messy Eid! =p

Wish me all the luck this year for being and getting the best in everything. Amen

PS: The cute cow is copyrighted to/by yours truly - I mean the pic!
PSS: Now go to H.O.P.E. blog.

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Monday, December 25, 2006

Ho Ho Ho, Yo Yo Yo!

Happy Birthday to you,
Happy Birthday to you,
Happy Birthday Jinnah and Jesus,
Happy Birthday to you.

Btw my little cousin is here from USA. We made him understand the importance of this day like this:

Today is the birthday of George Washington of Pakistan, Quaid-e-Azam who built Pakistan. Today everything will be closed in his memory. Doesn't it sound phunny?!

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Saturday, December 23, 2006


Smile here.

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Thursday, December 21, 2006

Fun and Agony

Last week, both Saturday and Sunday was so busy. Busy for watching movies at Kara. Saturday was especially rocking as my friends of Mehreen Jabbar community at orkut were there, saw and met Sania Saeed, Maheen Zia, Jamil Dehalvi and every movie from shorts, documentry to features. Most of them were Pakis. Saw Man Pust Cart and Jamil Dehalvi's films, what a treat! Who didnt came surely missed something worth watching. It is such a pity that movies like OMKARA get a housefull but very less audience for documentries. I think we desparately need two to three cinemas in this city with good films from around the globe with good picture quality and sound.
People Dhoom TV should be banned. Not because of their poor quality programmes because most of the television channel is broadcasting shitty stuff but this channel has gone insane. Have you seen Tel ke dabbay(Tins of Oil) on the desk of newcasters with a logo of bakeparlor on the screen. I guess America is behind this =p Lalach ki bhi hadh hoti hai yaar.
I was writing a novel. I am started it but I wrote a part of it and now it has gone deleted ACCIDENTLY with the BACKUP. I don't know how. Weeps, Cries, Faints. Thinking about how to recover corrupt files.
NEED A VERY IMPORTANT ADVICE: Should I switch to the new blogger because I have heard that beta caused alot of problems to some people in Karachi?

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Wednesday, December 13, 2006

Ra Ra Ra Kara!

Went to Kara yesterday. Nice experience. Saw two documentries and quite some short films. As far as documentries are concerned, they were shot really nicely. I mean you don't see such good camera work and sound design in documentries.

First was 'The Whistle Blowers" about An investigation into the issue of pesticides in bottled water and soft drinks manufactured by reputed MNC’s like Coca Cola and Pepsi in India which was recently revealed in a report by the Centre for Science and Environment. Now farmers use these soft drink in India to pesticide control in the crops because these are highly contaminated. Pepsi and Coca Cola India has taken all the water resources present in villages for their production and those poor people doesn't have any water and the water which is left is like poison. Even a normal person would become abnormal drinking those soft drinks, a doctor said. This was really funny. Those giants have united, lol business rivalries not unite, so that they can hide their ugly truths from the world. They and the filmstars both didn't have any shame nor social responsibility in advertising it like check ki huwi bottle hai. As if Aamir Khan is drinking it so we won't get hurt. It is like CSE who conducted tests doesn't give health certificates and those stars do. Those giants earn so much PROFIT.. it is around 6000 crore rupees industry in India still they don't want to put standards into practice which promote health safety. The documentry was narrated in such a nice manner that it simply rocked.

Second was the famous "Darfur Diaries-Message from home". I felt like crying at some places. I would be able to explain it very well so make sure you visit the site,

And about films those all were really nice except the one made by some Pakistani director. I didn't like it at all. It had so many loopholes but I guess it was added only because of the end message.

Wanted to go today but I have other important things to do too. Btw they have an impressive line-up on saturday 16th. Make sure you attend all the shows. I will :)

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Monday, December 11, 2006

Great Times

Today paper went awesome by the grace of God. Wrote so much, I have quality stuff, though I was not prepared that well but I had prayed to God that please just give me hints and lemme first prepare those topics which are coming in paper. And you don't even even have to Guess. Thank God. Now help in passing them with good marks. Amen.

I made a chocolate mousse some days ago, it turned out to be so yummy. Wanna have some?

Got a Sony Cybershot 3.2, woot!

Planning to go to Kara tomorrow and the days ahead Inshallah. I so love movies. Wouldn't it be great to do a six-month diploma from NCA?! Thinking about it. Lets see!

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Saturday, December 09, 2006

One paper went well thanks to God, one paper missed or bunked whatever and one more still to go. Keep praying! I want to pass both the papers. God help me and I know he will! Amen to that. Will be back on 11th. Bye for now.

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