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Catwoman and Batman

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I’m not mad anymore, now that I think about it. I just wish she hadn’t led me on with such an elaborate plan. We were supposed to be movie stars. This is why… Continue reading

The Sixth writer on the blog is..

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Lance Burson Husband, father, writer, blogger, music snob, word nerd, sports fan, fitness weekend warrior, red velvet cake enthusiast, and pumpkin pie expert. I like long walks on the beach, music, the color… Continue reading

Heartfelt Apologies…

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After spending the last 24 hours exchanging emails with the current writer, it saddens me to say that I have been forced to ask the writer to step down and stop writing for… Continue reading

Before The Turtleneck

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It was a time of chaos and uproar. Political factions warring each other with such dangerous weapons as a pen, a piece of paper and whispered abuses. No one seemed to know what… Continue reading

Existential Thoughts Of A Pervert

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“Censorship reflects society’s lack of confidence in itself.” — Thankfully Anonymous On my way to have a nice lunch at 1:45 in the afternoon, and I bumped into a guy wearing a T-shirt… Continue reading

The Indian James Bond

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Let’s get the socially accepted, necessary evil of introducing myself out of the way. I’m Nikhil and I blog at MirrorCracked. I have been blogging since the day Kurt Kobain killed himself in… Continue reading

The fifth writer on the blog is…

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Nikhil, a graduate with a bachelor’s degree in biotechnology, with previous experience of working in Journalism (Deccan Herald: an Indian English daily). He has published 2 books – a compendium of short stories… Continue reading

Its Finally Sunday!!!

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….. End of the week, beginning of the new month, a month that filled with a lot of holidays. A nice lethargy has set in and the pleasant weather that reminds one of… Continue reading

Jugaad- Meaning and Implications in the Great Indian Tamaasha

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It’s a Thursday today and a day of great importance for any sales guy in any company. Tomorrow marks the end of the Month, Quarter and Half Year for Indian Companies.  Good numbers… Continue reading

Wednesday- the mound of work that never seems to end

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Hi folks, In two hours, it will technically be tomorrow. Yet, the pile of approach notes, feedback sheets, seem to grow spontaneously at the rate of approximately five requests per  hour. I haven’t… Continue reading