Thursday, November 27, 2008

if it was my job...

...to look after people's life in Mumbai, I would have committed suicide by now. Or made an action plan with the motto: do or die.

High time the govt. woke up, stopped fighting over silly and petty issues and did something serious. i wonder why people in mumbai even go to offices and not be on road demanding peace and security? why do we always sit at home under curfew becuase theose damn idiots cannot provide us the basic right to live?

11 comments:

marvin the paranoid android said...

well.. i would not go on strike... i would walk to my office, to show those terrorists that they failed...

rain girl said...

@marvin..oh yeah..right..show the spirit..and die doing that. and what good would spirit be then?

and am not saying ki go on strike. just saying that don't let your damn govt take you for granted. they really don't care, do they?

Mys Lyke Meeh said...

Hey, it was on the front page in every well known and distinguished newspapers here in Canada--; about the blast and terrorist! It was devastating. The whole world are too eager to know what are the strategies to solve those type of brutal attack! People are waiting. Other articles which I read today were analyzing, scrutinizing and studying the details about the blast and why it happened and how did it happened. If there were other networks involved.

It was like, while you sleep- I sneak! (While your govn't sleep, other country peep and organize their finale move. ) And, at the peak where every thing seem at peace, commotion take place! Heck! It was terrible. Only psychotic-brain-damage-dysfunctional-schizophrenic people do such a thing. And, sad to say those young killers were brain wash!

Half of what I did today was reading and commenting blogs around the blog world! Anyway, hope justice shall prevail soon! Condolence to those who loss their lives!

Take care!

•♥•♥[V]♥•♥• said...

as i said before..

nothing will change.

ppl will die and me and u will just forget after a day or two.

that's reality..accept it.

take care

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Does it matter said...

The resilient spirit of mumbai is exactly what the $%^%^&^ politicians want, so we forget asking for governance and accountability; and they can keep mouthing platitudes.

And the resilience we are showing is nothing but callousness, our way of demonstrating relief that it was not us or our loved ones that died.

We just are too many of us, so a few lives out of a billion plus people is really really cheap.

Keep breeding like animals, and we will die like that as well.

rain girl said...

@Mys Lyke Meeh..it's all over now...hopefully, for the better.

rain girl said...

@V.... don't be so pessimistic bro...

rain girl said...

@DIM..agreed. It's not spirit we are showing, it's "not bothered." And that's true. Who really cares if your family was wiped out? If you lost your child? No one but you suffer. No one but the average man. Not even his neighbors understand his plight. They have a job to rush to.