2010-01-03

Happy DO Year

To bring about change is not easy. We need to start working long before we want the change to happen. Therefore, New Year's eve is hardly a time to resolve to do something different or new. We should have resolved long before, worked hard towards it, and set the new year's eve, should we want, as the starting date.

Also -
= January is winter, when we are most lazy.

=I would be excited if a new calender as suggested in this WSJ article or something similar is introduced. Something Do.

=What was Kim Kardashian thinking when she allowed Ray J to shoot their bedroom escapades. Yeah, that's right - they were going to live together for life and he will preserve this video in their marriage (private) album.

=Facebook has become a platform where people are getting obligated to say only good things about someone else's photos and sundry things. Oops!

PS:
 1. My posts, these days, are too long for twitter, too short for blogs. Doing the Do.
2. Of course, the title is Tata DoCoMo's ad for the New Year.

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2010-01-03

Happy DO Year

To bring about change is not easy. We need to start working long before we want the change to happen. Therefore, New Year's eve is hardly a time to resolve to do something different or new. We should have resolved long before, worked hard towards it, and set the new year's eve, should we want, as the starting date.

Also -
= January is winter, when we are most lazy.

=I would be excited if a new calender as suggested in this WSJ article or something similar is introduced. Something Do.

=What was Kim Kardashian thinking when she allowed Ray J to shoot their bedroom escapades. Yeah, that's right - they were going to live together for life and he will preserve this video in their marriage (private) album.

=Facebook has become a platform where people are getting obligated to say only good things about someone else's photos and sundry things. Oops!

PS:
 1. My posts, these days, are too long for twitter, too short for blogs. Doing the Do.
2. Of course, the title is Tata DoCoMo's ad for the New Year.

No comments: