National Market…

…The Best of “Mind Your Language” – 4 DVDs, 16 episodes, Rs. 480/-.

, you are a dangerous influence, dude. πŸ™‚

Spent 3 hours at the British Library yesterday, reading JK Galbraith’s thoughts on economics. He is one of the funniest and most sarcastic writers I have read. If only more economists would write like him. Was reading a very interesting chapter, when the clock struck 6:30, and I had to leave.

An interesting change at work. Potentially interesting, to be precise. Fingers crossed.

What does “w00t” mean? Does it?


Posted on March 20, 2005, in Uncategorized. Bookmark the permalink. 12 Comments.

  1. I suspected Galbraith’s on your earlier writings here in LJ.

  2. Anytime. πŸ˜‰

  3. Can you cut all 4 on VCD for me!! Mooh Maangi Rakam Milegi… πŸ™‚

  4. An interesting change at work. Potentially interesting, to be precise. Fingers crossed.

    Remember the people fucking skills!
    Network vigorously!!

  5. mind you language was great – wasnt it! I spent the weekend watching far and away, all creatures great and small and lost in translation … and walking around amilessly and serendipitously, discovered huge parks with lakes and swans hidden in my locality – which were previously unknown to me. And guess what – after ages the sun was shining!

    • Lovely. You live in a wonderful place. May the sun keep shining πŸ™‚

      And oh yes, Mind your langauge is awesome. I saw three episodes y’day night, and I laughed my guts out.

  6. Rs 460 is a great deal da… It costs about $35 here…

    BTW, which book are you reading?

    • yeah, great deal indeed.

      some introductory book to economics da.. i forget the title. A conversation between JKG and the interviewer, where he explains his views on various issues.

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