Hello. Hello. Hello. What’s up? I’m always late with the blog updates. Me dumb. Now, onto other news! There was an idea. The idea was to bring together a group of remarkable people, see if they could become something more. See if they could work together. WE are now a team. A freak computer guy. A crazy writer. A curious photographer. A witty poetess. And an impulsive designer.
The freak computer guy aka Aditya Thakur, the crazy writer aka Arul Sood (guy on the right in the second slide!), the curious photographer aka Aryan Guleria, the witty poetess aka Irma Sharma and the impulsive designer aka Arshia Thakur.
A bunch of senior year high schoolers trying to be relevant.
The remodeling of this site doesn’t stop here. We launched a trailer on the twenty-second of March and boy, is it not good.
Recently, I’ve read a lot of life-advice notes from people, who haven’t yet made it out of high school. And boy are they not good! The next paragraph or two contain some of my weird thoughts I once told you I would write about. Boring science stuff and I reckon it must be ignored. Anyways, for the ones well acquainted to thermodynamics because of the shit-show that our education system is: a body gains freedom over the course of its existence and this freedom leads to the end of the thermodynamic process. Since human existence is a complex thermodynamic process, we gain freedom over the course of years.
Have you ever looked at the sun and sneezed? And then secretly wanted to do that again? Yes! Of course you have! When we sneeze, our heart stops beating but we want it anyways. It has a certain euphoria to it. Now here’s the fun part, when we die our heart stops beating! Connect the dots and you find out that human beings craving for freedom, as always, like to sneeze, which in turn implies that they like their heart being stopped for microseconds. What if death is the ultimate freedom we all desire?
That’s just some bullshit that crawled into my mind. It is not even relevant! As Rahul Subramaniyam would say, “Tereko pata hai mai kaise dreams dekhta hai? Unko follow krega na toh jail mein hoga mai, JAIL mein.”
Lets talk about something important! Why is the X-Force and the X-Men not a part of Avengers: Infinity War? Imagine the huge cross-over movie the justice league and the Avengers could be a part of!! This past week I binged on the entire MCU! And that’s not exactly a thing to be proud of, but meh.
This Monday, the brave souls of Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School led a pan-American movement against the gun lobby, the NRA and Started the #NeverAgain movement with the march for our lives!
The movement garnered support across the globe with even countries least affected by gun violence standing tall with the victims of the tragedy. And believe me, this is the once in a generation slap back to the government and the corporate gun lobby. Rest in power.
While these incidents usher our support, we seem oblivious to those around us. The media has been reduced to a mere propaganda unit in some cases and all that we know and all that we hear is a by-product of that. Mass enslavement by means of mass media. Some of us know of the Tibet problem and even fewer know of the actual problem.
Political kidnappings, executions and everything in between goes by and anyone hardly bats an eye. Even fewer people know of the self-immolations . Why? Because its simply not our problem. And we won’t know until it becomes ours.
The genocide in Syria is still happening and nobody cares because those weren’t our brothers and those weren’t our towns. Central India has a very heavy moaist/naxallite influence and until you dig deeper you won’t know why. We hate them because they kill our soldiers. Rightfully so. But who put them there? A corporate plot to encroach the mineral rich land by the mining mafia, which runs with the complete support of the government has lead to the displacement of thousands if not lakhs of local tribal people. What do you do when your land is taken away? Your home is sacrificed. You raise a mutiny. Simple.
But the price is paid by the brave men and women who take an oath to protect the people of this nation. A classic text-book example of divide and rule. While the army is nowhere to be blamed, its the corporate agenda that has fueled this fight like many others around the world.
We live in wicked times And ignorance is how we will end. This. Is. The. Problem.
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God bles and good-bye.