‘Oh, come on, at your age the glass is half full.’
‘No, it’s at your stage that the glass is half full. At my age we don’t want half a glass, full or empty. In fact we don’t want a glass, end of. We want a tankard and we want it overflowing. We are the have-everything generation, remember.’
‘No, we’re the have-everything generation.’
‘Well we’re the pissed generation then.’
It shouldn’t have surprised me when I found myself unconsciously switching on the TV this Sunday expecting to see a formula one race. My mind it seems, rightly, is wired to see sports on weekends in January.
Australian F1 GP and the Australian Open tennis -.you can’t come soon enough :)
P.S.: Was reminded I’m not alone on seeing tweets by @Brit_Asian_Girl and @nikster007 awaiting the start of F1 season.
Can’t even imagine the thought of Facebook shutting down. All those ‘friends’ and relatives I’ve successfully avoided would suddenly come flooding onto twitter and my privacy would be blown apart. Again!
No, please don’t spread such baseless rumours. I had almost deleted my twitter account in anticipation of the flood of new users!
You may have noticed that I’m participating in WordPress’ post-a-day challenge for 2011. So, I had just posted my daily post and was browsing through the comments on their latest post when I came across this gem:
That last line is not completely unexpected anymore given the current furore across the pond :)
‘I suspect you’re thinking of Pascal,’ Finkler said, finally. ‘Only he said the opposite. He said you might as well wager on God because that way, even if He doesn’t exist, you’ve nothing to lose. Whereas if you wager against God and He does exist…’
Just to rile SRT supporters a bit… Will the little (with big ego) genius farm the strike this time and take India to safety or will he act like himself and go for another unbeaten score at the cost of a team score?