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Monday, January 01, 2007

2006 : The Year Of Living Precariously

After two absolutely catastrophic years, namely 2004 and 2005, this blog has to rather reluctantly admit that 2006 was a massive improvement, but only because it was the year in which this blogger was lucky to be involved in a wanton, passionate and steamy orgy involving self, Jennifer Aniston, Eva Longoria, Lola Kutty and a large tub filled with chocolate syrup.

''WHAT??'' all you guys are going, “WHEN?? WHERE?? HOW??”

Well, no, that was just to cheer myself up. 2006 was a disaster all right. Here’s why:

Disclaimer: None of the dates in the following article have been verified. They’re just there to hold the piece together. If any of them are correct, let me assure you that it is purely by accident. And while we’re on the subject, I might as well tell you that none of the facts have been verified either.


The Interational Committee for Outer Space Related Stuff (ICOSRS) shocks the world by deciding to change the definition of a planet and thus demoting Pluto to the status of a dwarf planet. The new definition reads, ‘Any celestial object of size greater than Pluto.’ School children all over the world will now learn about 11 planets in the Solar System – Mercury, Venus, Earth, Mars, Jupiter, Saturn, Neptune, Uranus, Captain Vijaykant, Bappi Lahri and Adnan Sami.

Indian Tennis starlet Sania Mirza becomes the youngest person to be awarded the prestigious Padmashri for her phenomenal, ground-breaking achievements over the previous year, which included being ranked 67th in the world, participating and failing to win 48 different tennis tournaments all around the world and acting badly in 29 television commercials.

In political news, Jaswant Singh publishes a tell-all book in which he comes up with the shocking revelation that there’s a mole in the Indian Government, whose name he knows but will not reveal until the right time comes around. Everyone else gently points out that the mole in question, is actually on Jaswant Singh’s face.

The Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon suffers a massive hemorrhagic stroke after being informed by his most trusted political advisors that he is named after a brand of washing detergent. He then proceeds to go into a coma.


A brand new video-sharing website called YouTube goes live on the internet with just a solitary video showing one of the founders playing basketball. Within seconds, the site receives two million hits from guys who go type the word ‘sex’ in the search bar.

Celebrity power couple Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt, who already have an adopted Cambodian boy in their family, adopt a Somalian girl to keep him company.

Controversial film ‘Brokeback Mountain’, which deals with a homosexual relationship between two cowboys, evokes mixed reactions from all over the world. Inspired Indian film makers Sooraj Barjatya and Karan Johar immediately start work on Hindi remakes titled ‘Hum Aapke Hain Queen’ and ‘Kuch Kuch Hota Gay’.

The 2006 Winter Olympics begins with a magnificent opening ceremony in Turin, Italy. It comes to an end with a spectacular closing ceremony a few days later. Nobody knows what happens in between, except Jaswant Singh, who says he will reveal everything at the right time.


‘Crash’ upsets ‘Brokeback Mountain’ to win the Best Picture Oscar at the 78th Annual Academy Awards. Indian film makers Karan Johar and Sooraj Barjatya are heartbroken and they console themselves by watching a Justin Timberlake video marathon while taking a bubble bath together.

Famous pop diva Madonna adopts an Indonesian girl whose entire family was killed in the 2004 tsunami. Celebrity couple Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie, who are in India at the time to shoot a film, adopt an Indian child immediately.

Harvard undergraduate student Kaavya Viswanathan is accused of having plagiarized lines from several other chick-lit classics in her own book ‘How Opal Mehta Got Kissed, Got Wild and Got A Life’. As punishment, she is sentenced to read it completely. The Indian Government immediately awards her the Padmashri.

A Danish newspaper named Jyllands-Posten publishes cartoons of Prophet Mohammed, sparking off violent protests from people all over the world. The paper apologises to all of them and promises to bring back Calvin & Hobbes from the next day.


India is plunged into a state of shock and disbelief when models Gauhar Khan and Carol Gracias suffer embarrassing wardrobe malfunctions at the Lakme India Fashion week. The BJP blame the Congress for allowing such an obscenity to take place and Jaswant Singh accuses the unfortunate Carol of having a mole on her chest. He later issues an apology after watching the video 211 times on YouTube and realizing that it was actually a nipple.

A 5 year old child prodigy from Orissa named Budhia Singh amazes the entire world by running 65 km in 7.02 hours in order to reach the nearest Internet Browsing centre from his village and search for the Carol Gracias video on YouTube. Madonna, Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt all express interest in adopting him.

Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon is removed from office AFTER spending four months in a coma. This is a fact.

The Indian team for the tour of the West Indies is named. Coach Greg Chappell, who is known to experiment with his players, asks for Carol Gracias and Budhia Singh to be included in the squad. Sourav Ganguly still does not find a place.


Indian diplomat Shashi Tharoor is nominated for the post of U.N. Secretary General. His closest competitor is South Korean Diplomat Ban-Ki Moon. Shashi is considered the favourite in the early running, because of the clear edge he held over his competitor – the ability to display facial expressions.

Famous pop diva Madonna adopts a little boy in Malawi. Not to be outdone, celebrity power couple Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt immediately make arrangements to adopt two Sri Lankan children.

The American Vice President Richard ‘Dick’ Cheney accidentally shoots his friend Harry Whittington in the face with a shotgun when they are out hunting on a south Texas ranch. When asked to explain his actions later, Cheney says that he received intelligence reports that there were Weapons of Mass Destruction in Whittington’s left pocket.

The highly anticipated 2006 FIFA World Cup kicks off in Germany while the 2006 Wimbledon Championships begin in London. Roger Federer wins the men’s singles title for the 58th straight year while elsewhere, in the women’s draw, Maria Sharapova grunts and screams so hard that all her opponents retire midway and leave the court with blood oozing from their ears. Sania Mirza cleverly loses in the first round and avoids any such medical complications.


Steel tycoon Laxmi Niwas Mittal buys rival steel firm Arcelor after a misunderstanding among the Arcelor Board members sees one of them put the company up for sale on eBay for 15 cents. Jaswant Singh feels that this was probably the work of the mole.

The 2006 Tour De France is drowned in a torrent of doping scandals. Prior to the tour, numerous riders are expelled for doping. After the tour, the winner Floyd Landis was found to have failed a drugs test. Tour Officials later say that they started suspecting that something was fishy when Landis completed the month-long event in just a couple of hours. Similarly, 184 other riders are also disqualified for doping and the famed yellow jersey is finally handed to Murugan, a newspaper delivery boy from Chennai.

Desperate not to upset traditionalists, the English football team, yet again, goes out of the World Cup at the quarterfinal stage after losing to Portugal on penalties. The English players who missed their spot kicks - Frank Lampard, Steven Gerrard and Jamie Carragher, claim that they were distracted by Maria Sharapova’s grunting.


The Italian Football Team, nicknamed ‘The Azzzzzzzzzzz..’, defeats France to win the 2006 FIFA World Cup, defying all the pre-tournament predictions which had made Saudi Arabia the favourites. The glittering spectacle is however overshadowed by legendary midfielder Zinedine Zidane’s brutal headbutt on pathetic defender Marco Materazzi to put an end to his incessant grunting.

At the end of extra-time, the referee signals that the game will be decided on penalties, and immediately, the Italians start flailing about and falling to the ground. The referee informs them that they can just go ahead and take the penalties without actually having to dive. Pleasantly surprised, the Italians go on to win 5-3 but are then tragically shot dead by U.S. Vice President Dick Cheney.

Taking advantage of this tragedy, and completely unnoticed by the world media, the Saudi Arabian football team goes up on to the podium and accepts the World Cup trophy.

Miss Italy Gloria Vermicelli is named Miss Universe 2006 but tragically dies after being headbutted by first runner-up Miss France. So, Miss Puerto Rico Zuleyka Rivera Mendoza is named Miss Universe instead. She is so surprised that she faints on stage. Viewers all over the world agree that her surprise at winning was completely understandable given that she looked like a cross between a snake and a lizard.

The desperate pageant organisers finally award the title to Miss Saudi Arabia, who later attributed the victory to her clever strategy of keeping her face covered with a purdah throughout the competition. Because he cannot see her face, Jaswant Singh is unable to confirm whether she is the mole or not.


‘Lage Raho Munnabhai’, the sequel to the cult movie ‘Munnabhai M.B.B.S’ turns out to be the smash-hit blockbuster of the season, with its unexpected Gangster-meets-Gandhi storyline, although BJP and Shiv Sena activists object to the scene where Mahatma Gandhi is seen referring to Mohammad Ali Jinnah as ‘Maamu’.

Prince, a 4-year old boy from Haryana falls into a narrow deep hole and is stuck there for a really long time. When he is finally rescued, after 63 days, and brought back up, he is immediately adopted by Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie.

After a disastrous tour of the West Indies, the Indian team for the ICC Champions Trophy is announced, with a few changes. And in what is considered by the media to be an experimental masterstroke, coach Greg Chappell calls up Sania Mirza and Mahatma Gandhi to the 15-man, 1-woman squad. Sourav Ganguly is still out in the cold.


The issue of pesticide content in Indian soft drinks flares up once again and threatens to snowball into a another major controversy. Meanwhile, in a small remote village in Andhra Pradesh, 46-year old farmer Gurram Kistareddy commits suicide by consuming actual pesticide. A visibly moved Madonna adopts his seven children.

South Indian athlete Santhi Soundararajan wins silver in the 800m at the Asian Games in Doha but is later disqualified for failing a gender test. Further investigation into the incident reveals that she was actually child prodigy Budhia Singh in disguise.

In a shocking breakaway from celebrity tradition, Tom Cruise and Katie Holmes have a biological baby of their own. Quick to accept the challenge, rival couple Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt quickly do the business and have a kid of their own too.

In Punjab, a court finally convicts honourable Member of Parliament Navjot Singh Sidhu on several counts of laughing too hard, talking too much and just generally being very annoying. And for the first time in the history of the Indian legal system, noted singer Shubha Mudgal performs live in court immediately following the verdict, before Mr. Sidhu has a chance to say, “It ain’t over till the fat lady sings.”

And in what is seen as an all round terrific month for Indian cricket fans, Krish Srikkanth is shot by Dick Cheney, Kapil Dev develops a sore throat and Mandira Bedi gets brand new implants.


Prominent Bangladeshi economist and founder of the pathbreaking Grameen Bank, Mohammad Yunus wins the 2006 Nobel Peace Prize for pioneering micro-credit and empowering the poor. He is later disqualified after failing a gender test.

Indian diplomat Shashi Tharoor drops out of the race to become U.N. Secretary General after it had become clear that he would lose. Claiming that this wasn’t the only job where he could deal with people of multiple nationalities, he quits the U.N and becomes the babysitter for the Jolie-Pitt household.

U.S Secretary of Defense Donald Rumsfeld announces his resignation after looking into his appointments diary to find that his next official assignment was a hunting trip with Vice-President Cheney. President George W. Bush, sensing the opportunity to rid the world of terrorism, names Osama Bin Laden as his new Secretary of Defense.

Bollywood’s love affair with Australian cricket continues with the release of ‘Don – The Chase Begins Again’, which deals with Sir Don Bradman’s performances while batting second. According to initial reports from the trade circles, it is supposedly better than ‘Border’.


The Doha Asian Games comes to a glittering end and India finishes in 87th place in the medals tally, just behind Turkmenistan and East Timor. The Indian contingent returns with a rich haul of 26 bronze medals, which the Indian Olympic Committee immediately pawns in order to pay the building rent.

In Bollywood news, actor Sanjay Dutt appears in court to hear the charges against him, which include terrorism, possession of weapons, slurred dialogue delivery, bad acting and excessively large man-breasts. Dutt declares vehemently that he is innocent and says that he is prepared to undergo a gender test to prove his innocence.

Legendary French footballer Zinedine Zidane storms back into the limelight when he wins the prestigious Man Booker Prize for his autobiographical novel ‘The Inheritance Of Hair-Loss’.

Kannada film actor Dr. Raj Kumar passes away at the ripe old age of 77, having just completed a movie where he played a college student in love. His fans, who are plunged into a state of utter shock and disbelief, start rioting all over Karnataka. All three of them are immediately arrested. The committed actor that he is, Dr. Raj Kumar delivers stellar performances as a dead body in two more movies before he is finally cremated.


The major television event of the month is the much-anticipated grand finale of celebrity dance show ‘Nach Baliye 2’, in which the two competing celebrity couples, Tina-Hussain and Yash-Gouri, display eye-catching footwork and impeccable coordination. They are immediately called up to the Indian cricket team, as part of Coach Greg Chappell’s continuing experimentation. Sourav Ganguly announces his retirement.

The seemingly unstoppable Australian cricket team regains the Ashes after thrashing the English team in the first three tests of their five-match series. But all the players subsequently fail gender tests and the urn is handed back to England. Two of the senior Australians - Glenn McGrath, 82, and Shane Warne, 74, announce their retirements.

With fans all over the world hanging on to her every word with feverish anticipation, author J.K.Rowling announces that the title of the seventh and final Harry Potter novel will be ‘Harry Potter and the Brokeback Muggles’. Karan Johar immediately volunteers to direct the film adaptation.

Popular English off-spinner Monty Panesar wins a worldwide ‘Best Beard’ competition, beating Fidel Castro and Inzamam Ul-Haq. Former Iraqi leader Saddam Hussein finishes dead last, and returns in shame to Iraq, where he is immediately executed.


Blogger Archana said...

ROFL!! Awesome, dude :-D!

7:20 AM  
Anonymous murali said...

he he he... rofl.. [:)]
but i daresay 2004 was the best among the lot... i half expected sensex to rise and fall sharply with the exclusion of ganguly.. [:D]

9:08 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Good one dude....
why did u forget ur Sir McCartney's dvorce with Heather Lady McCartney???? Intentional????
-- Ratty

9:47 AM  
Blogger Srijan said...

i'm gonna have to spend a lot of time sending this link to a whole ot of people...

12:58 PM  
Blogger Manasi Subramaniam said...


5:25 PM  
Blogger ashwin sundar said...

awesome man!!! back 2 form...hats off..

6:08 PM  
Blogger Ramanujam said...

U are back with a bang man....
Great read to begin the new yr...absolutely hilarious!
Wish u a cheerful yr ahead :)

9:51 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Good one man. I cant stop laughing, so the time between this blog and the last one was well worth the wait. Keep writing, hope 2007 gives you a lot more to write about.


10:03 PM  
Blogger Meera said...

I am happy to see that you came back to maintain the annual news round up tradition. I am really impressed that it did not sag anywhere given that it was such a long post. Brilliant use of the Brangelina adoption, mole, Saurav Ganguly themes; extremely well written and hilarious post. Wish you a very happy new year and hope to see you blogging more in 2007.

11:09 PM  
Blogger Vinod said...


Thanks dude.. ha ha ha but sensex was 2005!!

No da.. couldn't think of anything even remotely funny that's all..

7:31 AM  
Blogger Vinod said...


Fraud! Idhu dhaan expert opinon ah?

Thanks dude!!

7:32 AM  
Blogger Vinod said...

Thanks man!! Hopefully it'll be a more productive year for me blogging wise.. :)

Thanks a ton!!

Thank God.. I was afraid you'd say "Bullshit blog. Scrap the blog" and close the window. :p

7:35 AM  
Blogger Sameera said...

first of all
its so nice to check ur site and actually rub my eyes in disbelief at having seen a brand new post

oh that reminds me happy new year and hope this one keeps ur fans happy... :D

if that involves jeniffer aniston...we can always procure her for u :p

an awesome post this..giggled so many times here while pretending to be working and made by other friends read it too

u rock!keep up the good work..
hope u dont keep us waiting till end of 2007 for another kick ass post!

u go dude!

4:14 PM  
Anonymous Rahul said...

Thats was a great round up.
A fitting tribute to the year gone by. :)

4:29 PM  
Blogger Jaya said...

Dammmmnn funny.. got a tummy ache laughin like crazy after such a long time!

Thanks for being BACK with a BANG! Wish you a great New Year, thats a lot different from the last... we expect nd demand Vindy quality posts, and a lot more of them!

U rock!

10:28 PM  
Blogger Mahesh said...

H(cr)appy new year 2007
Looong post after a looong time...but still u rock in your posts and make us roll on the floor...
Yet another crappy new year??

Who knows this may fetch u a ZUne for best blogpost!!

6:44 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

This reads so much like Dave Barry's Year Review. I guess you have been bitten by the Karan Johar - Sooraj Barjatya bug yourself.

11:09 AM  
Anonymous Hessler said...

Not your best, But still very enjoyable.

Keep Writing.

I must say that the number of hits that you generate will make you a lot of money. Have you thought of incorporating Google Adsense? I suggest you do that

2:48 PM  
Blogger Shaan said...

dude...awesome post!!!! beeen ages since i've seen one and was really getting tired of checking the feeds up every few minutes to find nothing...

hilarious as always...keep it coming...and happy new year!!!

9:56 PM  
Blogger Sundar said...

Brilliant post!!

11:43 PM  
Blogger Supremus said...

ROFLMAO! This wass amazing LOL! The best coverage of the year no doubts!

Happy new year!


1:11 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hey Vindy...good one dude. Ya but you forgot to mention the increase and decrease in Oil Prices at regular intervals...!! LOL..!! :-)

7:50 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

hey forgot to mention the increase and decrease in global oil prices at regular intervals. LOL !!!! :-)

7:52 AM  
Blogger ... said...

one word - hilarious!
am glad i stumbled by!

9:59 AM  
Anonymous sp said...

nice stuff but 2005 was better
have a gr8 yr sanyways!

11:11 AM  
Blogger Gulam Hasan said...

LMAO...awesome post dude..
pls pls blog more frequently

2:13 PM  
Blogger A.G.Sudarshan said...


HAHAHA... !!! :))))

Year of 2.007, look out!

7:34 PM  
Blogger Eesha said...

Nice.. Lol!!

8:16 PM  
Blogger slightlykirix said...

That was a hilarious post - haven't laughed like I did, in ages.

9:15 PM  
Anonymous Renu said...

I have no words left!!

Too creative!

10:26 PM  
Anonymous Yohan said...

Great post! We have a common friend in George Binoy.

Didn't Rajkumar die much earlier though?

12:07 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Very well written almanac!!!
was fun to read....
but u missed mentioning ur blog being listed in the top 100 indian blogs!
keep bloggin!!!!!!

10:08 AM  
Anonymous Renu said...

You forgot to mention Mahajan's murder and his son's dope case!

10:26 PM  
Blogger Kapish said...

Well, definitely a very interesting read. Never expected such stuff from you, may be our last encounter forced too many restrictions to have realized that.

By any chance, rem me? I forgot the name of that common friend of urs and Sowmya..

Anyways, keep posting.

3:07 AM  
Blogger Sundar Narayanan said...

that was hilarious.

nice round up.


12:36 PM  
Blogger Karthik B.S. said...

humurous! very well written.

2:27 PM  
Blogger AKM said...

was a great read....brad pitt, jolie, karan johar n suraj stole the show!..glad i stumbled in..

3:57 PM  
Anonymous Giri said...

Buddy, Rajkumar was awesome !

6:04 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Extremely funny post, very nicely balanced among all the months.
Are you planning to bring out half-yearly edition??:)
heehee, anyway. Great going.

1:39 PM  
Blogger Sheks said...

Back with a bang after a long hiatus.Extremely hilarious,specially Brad Pitt-Angelina Jolie ,Budhia Singh ,gender tests and Jaswant Singh. :-)

And Happy New Year.

9:21 PM  
Blogger ankurindia said...

yes its great info

1:44 AM  
Anonymous Rohit Shankar said...

Hey man, would you be interested in writing a guest column for the IIT Kharagpur campus newspaper?

Please get in touch at .

1:42 PM  
Blogger The Avenger !!! said...

dude, i cant believe i missed so much over the past year :)

well said and well done, keep at it, i am coming back for more :)

8:46 PM  
Blogger barbi said...

vinod ji

at last - A POST

plutoed was the word of the year 2006 meaning deavlued..


add to the article:
a popular blogger named vinod goes ac ross country race to pakistan and is put into prison there. he comes back only in 2007 jan to write a big post , much to he delight of bloggers.

3:50 PM  
Anonymous msp said...

Terrific stuff. Sent the link to a whole bunch of people who in turn I hear have done the same. If this gets as big as the Tirupati chain letters, who knows, you may feature in the revised edition where Jaswant reveals all - hopefully unlike Gracias !


11:19 PM  
Blogger d_grail said...

u r back! u r back!

2:35 PM  
Blogger Aranyi said...

Happy new year vinod! Was worth the wait!

7:14 PM  
Blogger Neon said...

My mom is annoyed that my laughter is drowning the noise from the television...that is rare

9:32 AM  
Blogger Anand said...

Shite... and I thought I could write funny! Lessons, I need lessons :)

1:57 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Suppaaarr!! But was expecting to see a Dada-comeback in your story, that being a fact.


5:26 PM  
Blogger Balakrishnan said...

Funniest article I've read this year..definitely better than 04 and 05.

1:27 PM  
Blogger Vamsi said...

Its great to find your post after a real long time...but it was worth the wait...hilarious to the hilt...
rajkumar thingie was awesome :)

ha ha

3:21 AM  
Blogger tpraja said...

Have you seen the new India search engine they added all the cool features of popular products like MySpace, YouTube, Ebay, Craigslist, etc. all for free to use and specifically for India. Anyone else try this yet? First to Blend Search, Social Network, Video Sharing and Auctions Into One Seamless Product for Indian Internet Users.

11:23 PM  
Anonymous raghu ram prasad said...

I will come to know my heroscope here it self, thankyou.

9:49 PM  
Anonymous Arvind said...

I think you have really taken some efforts to do this. Really good to read. Was helpful



2:23 PM  
Blogger Sleepwalker said...

heheheehehe ... someone referred me to this post ... was worth checking it out ... ur funny dude

11:47 AM  
Anonymous bharti said...

rotfl..too much....
How could I miss it for so many days!!!

4:01 PM  
Blogger tpraja said...

Have you seen the new India search engine they added all the cool features of popular products like MySpace, YouTube, Ebay, Craigslist, etc. all for free to use and specifically for India. Anyone else try this yet? First to Blend Search, Social Network, Video Sharing and Auctions Into One Seamless Product for Indian Internet Users.

8:30 PM  
Blogger Lady of Musotopia said...

Excellent post! Your comedy-writing skills are very impressive. Congratulations for being listed in the top 100 Indian blogs! (as mentioned by another person who commented earlier)

That Dr Raj Kumar reminds me of the character KK (Karan Kumar) in "King of Bollywood" - hilarious spoof film.

Go the "Dad's Army"! Haha!

Best wishes for 2007 :)

6:03 AM  
Blogger Notyergurl`nextdoor said...

Truly funny! I enjoyed it so much the only sound on my work floor, besides the keyboards typing away, were my muffled giggles!

Great joB!

12:24 AM  
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1:23 AM  
Blogger പെരിങ്ങോടന്‍ said...

Hello Vinod, can you please write "2007: Year in Review" by this march? Can't wait one looong stupid year to go before you release your next New Year post :D

Great post.


12:04 AM  
Anonymous hamsini said...


blog more often,please!

9:45 AM  
Anonymous G Vishwanath from Bangalore said...

I am commenting on this blog but my reference is to the blog on Singaara Chennai.
What happened to it?
The blogs you wrote in Feb 2007 are not to be seen?
I got to know about your blog in Feb 2007 and had just started reading your blog and was proceeding backwards.
I have read about 5 of them so far and intend reading all the old ones, one by one during the next few weeks.
You are an excellent writer and I am enjoying reading your blogs.

I had posted comments on two of your blogs so far.
Do let me know why I am not able to access the recent blogs.

Best wishes.
G Vishwanath from Bangalore.

11:49 AM  
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12:41 PM  
Anonymous divya said...

brilliant brilliant brilliant!!!

12:45 PM  
Anonymous Jedi said...

Vitage Vinod! lol

Nice to read a post from you after a long time. Loved the Jaswant Singh touch.

Oh yes, the other Angelina filed papers for a Vietnamese boy! Let the adoption race begin!


2:05 PM  
Blogger Science hunter said...

carry on your political vision and share to others. I am from

9:30 AM  
Blogger Manvender said...

This was a God-damn amazing post it from top to bottom without losing interest..cheers!!

5:13 PM  
Anonymous Vineet said...

You have some writing skills Vinod, good to see how u summarize the 2006

8:57 PM  
Blogger Soham Pablo said...

Man....I just was recommended to your blog are a genius dude....Keep em coming....

6:55 PM  
Blogger Aashu said...

en't you...whiiiiiistle...and i dont usually whistle at guys....i bow to you..awwweeesooommee!!!!

8:30 PM  
Blogger Poons said...

Man u r genius...i was recommended to read your blog from Planet to be named after a boy in Mumbai
I am goin to forward this link to as many people i know

7:14 AM  
Blogger Satyeki Chatterjee said...


i am still laughing,

why jaswant singh all the way


9:28 PM  
Blogger Pandi said...

Is it too late to post a comment now(oct 2007)..Well anyways the anticipation is 2 much..for the 2007 review..

Good luck dude.
PS:I just youtubed the Models' what was I doing in 2006!!!

12:45 AM  
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