Thursday, August 31, 2006

Exam Time




Tuesday, August 22, 2006

Electrocuted



An Australian sheep farmer was puzzled at the disappearance of sheep on his farm. After a few weeks of sheep disappearing, the farmer decided to put up an electric fence. This is what he found :

Sunday, August 20, 2006

Thursday, August 17, 2006

Quote of the Day

B. F. Skinner - "The real problem is not whether machines think but whether men do."

Wednesday, August 16, 2006

Eye of God

(Thought of mass publishing this)

Gods watching - work hard!!!!
Dear All:

This photo is a very rare one, taken by NASA. This kind of event occurs once in 3000 years.
This photo has done miracles in many lives.
Make a wish ... you have looked at the eye of God.
Surely you will see the changes in your life within a day.
Whether you believe it or not, don't keep this mail with you.
Pass this at least to 7 persons.
God bless you.

This is a picture NASA took with the hubble telescope.
Called "The Eye of God".
Too awesome to delete. It is worth sharing
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During the next 60 seconds, Stop whatever you are doing, and take this opportunity.
(Literally it is only One minute!)

God loves you and watches over you every day.



Just send this to people and see what happens. Do not break this, please.







Tuesday, August 15, 2006

T-Shirt Print of the day

This t-shirt print made my day today. Was out for a walk in the morning, saw in some guy's t-shirt. Found it great.


"Anger is one letter short than Danger".

Monday, August 14, 2006

"Tea" Quotes

Got these from http://www.guransetea.com.np/gtedesk/tquotes.html. Read it enjoy it.


"Enjoy life sip by sip not gulp by gulp."- The Minister of Leaves

"Thank God for Tea! What would the world do without tea? How did it exist?
I am glad I was not born before tea. " - Rev. Sydney Smith

"I always fear that creation will expire before tea-time." - Rev. Sydney Smith

"Love and scandal are the best sweeteners of tea. "-- Henry Fielding

"From a room beyond came the whistle of a teakettle. 'Now, you really must join me. I've some marvelous Darjeeling, and some delicious petite fours a friend of mine gave me for Christmas.' " - Martha Grimes, The Man with a Load of Mischief

"Although my neighbors are all barbarians,
and you, you are a thousand miles away,
there are always two cups on my table." - Tang Dynasty

My experience...convinced me that tea was better than brandy, and during the last six months in Afica I took no brandy, even when sick taking tea instead. Theodore Roosevelt (1858-1919) Letter, 1912

"Remember the tea kettle - it is always up to its neck in hot water, yet it still sings!"- Unknown

"Kissing is like drinking tea through a tea-strainer; you’re always thirsty afterwards."-Old Chinese saying

"There are few hours in life more agreeable than the hour dedicated to the ceremony known as afternoon tea." - Henry James

"Better to be deprived of food for three days, than tea for one." -Ancient Chinese Proverb

"Meanwhile, let us have a sip of tea. The afternoon glow is brightening the bamboos, the fountains are bubbling with delight, the soughing of the pines is heard in our kettle. Let us dream of evanescence, and linger in the beautiful foolishness of things."- Okakura Kakuzo, Book of Tea (1906)

"The best kind of rain, of course, is a cozy rain. This is the kind the anonymous medieval poet makes me remember, the rain that falls on a day when you'd just as soon
stay in bed a little longer, write letters or read a good book by the fire, take early tea with hot scones and jam and look out the streaked window with complacency." - Susan Allen Toth, England For All Seasons


"While theres tea theres hope."- Sir Arthur Pinero

"Tea- the cups that cheer but not inebriate. "- William Cowper

"There is a great deal of poetry and fine sentiment in a chest of tea."- Ralph Waldo Emerson

"A wave of rare incense is wafted from the tea-room; it is the summons which bids the guests to enter. One by one they advance and take their places. In the tokonoma hangs a kakemono—a wonderful writing by an ancient monk dealing with the evanescence of all earthly things. The singing kettle. . . sounds like some cicada pouring forth his woes to departing summer."-Okakura Kakuzo,Book of Tea (1906) Describing the last Cha-no-yu by Rikiu, a great tea master

"Immortals, hear, said Jove, and cease to jar! Tea must succeed to Wine as Peace to War Nor by the grape let Man be set at odds, But share in Tea, the Nectar of the Gods."-Peter Antine Motteaux, A Poem Upon Tea

"Tea is drunk to forget the din of the world."- Tien Yiheng

"We had a kettle; we let it leak: Our not repairing made it worse. We haven't had any tea for a week... The bottom is out of the Universe.-- Rudyard Kipling (1865-1936)"

"I am a hardened and shameless tea drinker, who for twenty years diluted his meals with only the infusion of the fascinating plant; who with tea amused the evening, with tea solaced the midnight, and with tea welcomed the morning."-Samuel Johnson


"Ecstasy is a glass full of tea and a piece of sugar in the mouth. "- Alexander Puskin

"I am in no way interested in immortality, but only in the taste of tea. " -Lu tung

"A little tea, one leaf I did not steal. For guiltless bloodsped I to God appeal. Put tea in one scale, human blood in t'other, And think what 'tis to slay a harmless brother."-- Robert Trotman (1765)

"The waters in the rebel bay Have kept the tea leaf savor Our old north-enders in the their spray Still taste a Hyson flavor And freedom's teacup still overflows with ever-fresh libations To cheat of slumber all her foes And cheer the wakening nations!"-Oliver Wendell Holmes, Ballad of the Boston Tea Party

"Each cup of tea represents an imaginary voyage. "- Catherine Douzel

"Look here, Steward, If this is coffee, I want tea; but if this is tea, then I wish for coffee."-Punch, 1902, vol cxxiii (originally attributed to Abraham Lincoln, c. 1863)

"Come along inside... We'll see if tea and buns can make the world a better place."--- The Wind in the Willows-

"Women are like tea bags.They do not know how strong they are until they get into hot water."--Eleanor Roosevelt

"Time for you and time for me, And time yet for a hundred indecisions, And for a hundred visions and revisions, Before the taking of a toast and tea"--.T.S. Eliot

"Tea had come as a deliverer to a land that called for deliverance; a land of beef and ale, of heavy eating and abundant drunkenness; of gray skies and harsh winds; of strong nerved , stout-purposed, slow-thinking men an women. Above all, a land of sheltered homes and warm firesides - firesides that were waiting - waiting, for the bubbling kettle and the fragrant breath of tea." -Agnes Reppiler

"It is a mark of insincerity of purpose to spend one's time in looking for the sacred Emperor in the low-class tea shops."-- Ernest Bramah (1868-1942), The wallet of Kai Lung.


"If you are cold, tea will warm you;
if you are too heated; it will cool you;
if you are depresses, it will cheer you;
if you are exhausted, it will calm you. "- William Gladstone

"There are few hours in life more agreeable than the hour dedicated to the ceremony known as afternoon tea."-- Henry James

"From a room beyond came the whistle of a teakettle. 'Now, you really must join me. I've some marvelous Darjeeling, and some delicious petite fours a friend of mine gave me for Christmas.' " - Martha Grimes, The Man with a Load of Mischief


"The soil.
The elevation.
The climate.
The sunshine.
The rain.
The tea.

Body.
Mind.
Equanimity.
Harmony.
Water.
Tea." - The Minister of Leaves

"My experience...convinced me that tea was better than brandy, and during the last six months in Afica I took no brandy, even when sick taking tea instead."-- Theodore Roosevelt

"The first cup moistens my lips and throat.
The second shatters my loneliness.
The third causes the wrongs of life to fade gently from my recollection.
The fourth purifies my soul.
The fifth lifts me to the realms of the unwinking gods." - Chinese mystic Tang Dynasty

"He traces the steam engine alway back to the tea kettle."--Benjamin Disraeli

"The best quality tea must have the creases like the leather boots of Tartar horsemen, curl like the dewlap of a mighty bullock, unfold like a mist rising out of a ravine, gleam like a lake touched by a zephyr, and be wet and soft like earth newly swept by rain."--Lu Yu

"As long as it is hot, wet and goes down the right way, it's fine with me."--Sarah Fergerson, The Dutchess of York, On Tea

"Come and share a pot of tea, My home is warm and my friendship's free."--Emilie Barnes

Dilbert Blog

I finally found the blog. It is a good read and a great laughter. The link is: http://dilbertblog.typepad.com/

Here is one article from the blog:

Tax Breaks for Leprechauns

As a smallish person, I often feel cheated. My money is subsidizing a lot of big people and I don’t like it.

For example, I pay the same price at the all-you-can-eat buffet as the guy who brings his own wheelbarrow. For all practical purposes, I’m buying that guy’s lunch.

On airplanes, huge guys use their entire seat plus about 30% of mine. I’ve got elbows and knees all over me. I try to reclaim part of the arm rest by using the casual nudge maneuver. But during short sleeve weather I can’t get past his hairy forearm defenses. It tickles, dammit.

When I fly, I have to pay extra if my suitcase weighs 51 pounds instead of 49. Then I take my seat next to Godzilla. He’s got me beat by about 100 pounds. My ticket is subsidizing the fuel to fly his huge cheeseburger filled torso around.

Large people also get to see more of the movie/play/concert than the rest of us who are paying the same price. All I see is a huge head. And don’t get me started about how they absorb too much of the bass vibrations.

When I buy a shirt, it has about 40% less material than the XXL size. I’m subsidizing other people’s cotton. Is that fair?

Big people have their uses. There’s no other way to get a couch to the second floor. And when a psycho pulls out a gun at the 7-Eleven, I appreciate having someone to leap behind. But on the whole, they’re breathing too much of the oxygen and putting too much wear and tear on the carpets. I’m convinced that when huge people pet the family dog, they’re wearing him out too quickly with their huge hands. A good dog only has so many pettings in him.

That’s why I think the income tax and sales tax should be replaced with a largeness tax. We could just measure people and charge them accordingly. And since there is a strong correlation between height and income, the result wouldn’t be that unfair.

I have a bad feeling that my odds of getting beaten up have just increased.

Lady and a gentleman

A man is in a hotel lobby. He wants to ask the clerk a question. As he turns to go to the front desk, he accidentally bumps into a woman beside him and as he does, his elbow goes into her breast. They are both quite startled. The man turns to her and says, "Ma'am, if your heart is as soft as your breast, I know you'll forgive me." She replies,"if your penis is as hard as your elbow, I'm in room 1221."

Thursday, August 10, 2006

Wednesday, August 09, 2006

SMS of the day

One of my SMS friends sent me the definition of friend:

F - few
R - relation
I - in
E - earth
N - never
D - dies

Tuesday, August 01, 2006

Wedding pictures

I've uploaded some of the pictures in picasa. That was my "pragati" while I vanished from Ktm and office.

The link is : http://picasaweb.google.com/sushil.bajimaya

Don't throw out when you see some of the pictures. They are good.