2014 in review

The WordPress.com stats helper monkeys prepared a 2014 annual report for this blog.

Here’s an excerpt:

A San Francisco cable car holds 60 people. This blog was viewed about 720 times in 2014. If it were a cable car, it would take about 12 trips to carry that many people.

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WAR: A Human Apocalypse

If you look up the news a bit, you are sure to find a small tidbit about a war going on somewhere in the world. Hell, even if you visit Facebook, which let’s be honest almost everyone visits nowadays, you will find some people commenting & taking sides of a certain war of which they have no relations with. You might also find some idiots cracking jokes on those wars like it’s a game that’s happening. Continue reading “WAR: A Human Apocalypse”

Anime Review: Psycho-Pass

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Psycho-Pass is set in a dystopian future where it is possible to instantaneously measure a person’s mental state, personality, and the probability that a person will commit crimes with a device installed on each citizen’s body called the Psycho-Pass. It follows members of the Public Safety Bureau’s Criminal Investigation Division and the crimes they investigate. Continue reading “Anime Review: Psycho-Pass”

Dan Brown’s Inferno | Review |

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Dan Brown might be one of the best author this world has seen in the fiction/thriller story writing. His books like The Da Vinci Code or Angels & Demons have been bestsellers and have garnered a lot of attention. Dan Brown is now back with a book titled Inferno, though the book being a fiction, makes the reader think about the current world crisis. I wont go into details as it may spoil the book but I assure you this book will have you hooked till the end. Continue reading “Dan Brown’s Inferno | Review |”

Rafael Nadal – The man who can’t give up.

If tenacity were to cause obesity, Rafael Nadal would be the fattest person in the world. This person just doesn’t know to give up. At 26, with an injury that could probably eat up his career and gazing at the trophy cabinet, any player would’ve thought that they were his last, at least the majors. But he is unlike any player. He thought, ‘What if I get injured? It’s not like I would be injured for life, is it?’ Such was his nerve. Continue reading “Rafael Nadal – The man who can’t give up.”

A journey to Canada

//Warning. Very big post.

Chapter 1

I started from home, not sure if I was ready to begin a new life. I sat in the car, and couldn’t still believe people were coming to drop me in two cars because one was not enough. On the way, everything that I saw suddenly seemed close to my heart. The noodles shop near the gate of my building, whose noodles I praised a lot every time I ate it. The road, the people, Continue reading “A journey to Canada”