Sir, I’ve been a personal fan of yours since I was a kid. I remember I’d see you on TV hosting your quiz show and dream about making it there myself someday. My grandmother used to buy me your books when I was a child and tell me that reading them would make me smart … Continue reading A Response to Mr. Derek O’Brien, and the Trina Mool Congress.
In a time when sexual barely-even-innuendoes, and insipid but rapidly delivered sentences dominate the music scene almost all over the globe, I am writing a letter to all musicians with a hope that they will not be lured by the razzmatazz of fame and fortune and stay true to the music they were born to do.
I know a thing or two about last-minutes. Well, mostly because those were the only minutes of my life I ever got any work done at all. Like right now. I've had about a week's time to write this - my final pre-take-off write-up since my flight got deferred, and yet, here I am... typing … Continue reading “When You Get The Struggle, You Get Your Story,” preached Amullya Rai.
Throughout history, progress made through deviation from the norm has been a constant phenomenon. The discovery of electromagnetic waves, the invention of the steam engine, or speaking of social causes, the abolition of practices like 'sati' (in India), the granting of voting rights to women - these were all major steps in the scientific and … Continue reading So I Need to Tell You to Stay a Punk in… like… an ‘Official’ Way…