It’s time for…

When I was growing up I was greatly influenced by the Cartoons that were on television, much like most of the digital generation were/are.

However the television that I enjoyed was far superior in conten, subject and delivery than any of the c**p that is on television today.

The reason for this moan? I just remembered a particular favourite of mine – the Animaniacs.



Friday Foto Finder – Cuirous

It's Friday!

I have struggled all week to find an image that says ‘curious’. I have looked high and low, under chairs and under tables, tried to find the key, to fifty million fables, they call me the Seeker (whoops, too much listening to The Who)


I have chosen this image because of the curiousness that the image invokes as to what the hell you are being taken to. It was taken by me in Dehra Dun, North India in early 2009.


Stay lucky.



The Creature that Crawled in the Sky

I don’t know if you are the same, but when I come across a web comic whilst browsing the Internet – I feel compelled to go back to the very beginning and read them all. Now in the case of Louis vs. Rick (my last post) that isn’t too difficult since there’s only 13 comics made.

Last year I came across Calvin and Hobbes (I’d never heard of them before. Yeah, yeah – I know, how’d I miss that?!) and that was a very long weekend of reading. Oh, and don’t even get me started on Dilbert.

Whilst considering this neurosis of mine earlier today, I remembered a comic that I haven’t been following for quite a while now – so I went in to the Archives to find where I was last and I suddenly remembered a fantastic post from a few years ago.

Have a little read and I hope you’ll agree with me.

o far, so good – continue reading for some more questionable rhyming.

Bizarrester, what a great word. I’m going to try and use that in a sentence.

Courtesy of

Cats that can Instant Message?

So I was stumbling around the Internet t’other day, when I came across


Louis vs. Rick – The story of a man who taught his cat how to instant message.
There are only thirteen of them made so far, but I sincerely hope the creator keeps making more.



Friday Foto Finder – Dedication


I sat and thought about this long and hard and after sifting through my photos I decided that when it comes to dedications – there’s only one photo I have that properly fits the bill.
The Taj Mahal is a marble mausoleum built by the Mughal emperor Shar Jahan in memory of his third wife Mumtaz Muhal. 
In 1631 the emperor was grief stricken when his wife died during the birth of his 14th child, Gauhara Begum. Construction began in 1632 with the principle mausoleum being completed in 1648 and the surrounding buildings and garden were finished five years later. Emperor Shar Jahan described the Taj in these words:

Should guilty seek asylum here,
Like one pardoned, he becomes free from sin.
Should a sinner make his way to this mansion,
All his past sins are to be washed away.
The sight of this mansion creates sorrowing sighs;
And the sun and the moon shed tears from their eyes.
In this world this edifice has been made;
To display thereby the creator’s glory.


That’s enough Wikipedia for now.

Basically I feel that to build a tomb of such proportions shows a certain <b> dedication </b> to a person and their memory. Sure, you can say it’s extravagant, costly and wholly unnecessary, but as a symbol to the power of love between two people — there’s not much that can better that.


Friday Foto Finder (belated)

Friday Foto Finder

Sorry for the ‘tardy’ submission, but Gitwizard only told me about the Friday Foto Finder last night.

Here is my submission:

WELCOME (to the world)

Again, sorry for my lateness.