Sunday Lunch With My Cuz

Usually I prefer going out for lunch / dinner on Saturdays. And by going out I mean, spending a few hours with a cousin or friends or even by myself. But I was tired on Saturday morning, having slept very little the previous night and so it was on Sunday that I went out with my cousin.


First it was some coffee. Due to a bad cold I hadn’t drunk anything cold or with ice in well over a week. I initially thought that I’d get a cold coffee. I waited for Sujith at the Abad Food Court, as he was running a bit late and so I had a cold coffee by myself. It’s nothing fancy but I seem to enjoy it a lot and have missed it as I hadn’t been there in many weeks.


After a while we went to Golden Dragon in Ravipuram for lunch. It was almost 1 am when we got there and found out that they had moved – but just one floor up in the Mercy Estate building. Their old haunts were starting to look like a little like a dump (ok a lot like a dump) and this new diggs was an improvement. But the toilets are still pretty old and dingy.


Anyways, we selected out usual starters which were Chicken spring rolls and Golden Fried shrimps. The shrimp was slightly disappointing as they weren’t as large as they usually were. I’m guessing that during the monsoon season it is harder for them to find big fish. Anyway, both dishes were delicious and came with tasty sauces; the sauce for the spring rolls were spicier!


Ofcourse we washed them down with some beer. Both of us ordered the 650 ml Tuborg beers and stuck to just one bottle each.


Main course, in between bouts of chatting a lot, was chicken noodles (for me, he opted for chicken fried rice) and we shared a plate of honey roasted pork and honey roasted beef. Everything was delicious as hell, yummy pork was so crispy and delightful. We enjoyed our lunch a lot. There was only one thing that could elevate the meal to another level.


Ice cream. Or gelato to be more accurate! The Italian ice cream place, Milano, was our next destination and a quick walk away. I had the M&Ms & chocolate scoops while he had the hazelnut scoops. Great way to end an awesome aftenoon.

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Friends Indeed

Pause whatever you’re doing, and ask the person nearest you what they’re thinking about (call someone if you have to). Write a post based on it.

I don’t have to ask the person what she is thinking about, since she has been texting me on Whatsapp for a long time this evening. Well this friend & colleague was reading an online article about her favourite sit com – FRIENDS – and there was a quiz at the end. Since she loves FRIENDS as much as I do, she decided to test my knowledge about the show and asked me several questions from the quiz.

I knew them all and in return I asked her a few questions of my own from some episodes. She knew some of them and we joked about the show for a while. I know she is missing the show and having watched some other shows in completion she is missing Friends and wanting to watch it again but discussing episodes & jokes with me, since I love it equally as much as she does, is good fun for her. And it is fun for me to to relive the jokes and act out the scenes to peels of laughter.

So yeah, that’s what my friend is thinking about at the moment. Or atleast at the time I started typing this post.

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Power To Predict The Future

You’ve been granted the power to predict the future! The catch — each time you use your power, it costs you one day (as in, you’ll live one day less). How would you use this power, if at all?

Why would one not use it? And at the cost of just a day of life less – hell I’m down for it. I would so put this power to good use. For the benefit of the poor and the homeless and the downtrodden and yes even a lot for me. Heck, yeah let me bet high on the winning number, on the outcome of a title winning game and on the horse races and the stock market – and make a shit ton of cash! And retire on the winnings. And move to Las Vegas!

What? I have never been to Vegas. And I want to live in luxury and have women all over me. Strippers and models and actresses. I wanna splash that cash and spend a little more than the best of the rest. I’d place bets on all the games in the casinos, winning the ones with the big money and share that wealth too! So I lose a few days – live life to the fullest while you can. I bet I could live & enjoy 10 lifetimes if I had that power of prediction!

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Podolski Signs For Galatasaray

He was one player that a lot of fans wanted to see succeed as a Gunner but it just never worked out for him. Striker Lukas Podolski has joined Galatasaray from Arsenal on a three-year deal. The Germany international, 30, has signed for the Turkish champions for a reported fee of £2.8m. Podolski underwent a medical and then signed his contract with the Turkish side at their Turk Telecom Arena home.

Podolski moved to Arsenal from German side FC Koln in 2012 for a reported £11m and scored 31 goals in 82 appearances for the Gunners. He helped Arsenal win the FA Cup in 2013 but spent the second half of last season on loan at Inter Milan. His chances became limited as Gunners’ manager Arsene Wenger added the likes of Mesut Ozil, Alexis Sanchez and Danny Welbeck to his forward options. Wenger also has Theo Walcott, Olivier Giroud and Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain at his disposal.

Galatasaray president Dursun Aydin Ozbek said he was delighted to have finally worked out a deal for the Germany international. “Podolski was a player we have been following for a long time,” he said at the announcement of the signing. “We have met the expectations of our fans. We think he will serve us for many years.” The 2014 World Cup winner, who was warned he needed regular football before Euro 2016, will now look to revive his career in Turkey after a disappointing loan spell at Inter Milan during the second half of last season.

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Extinct Technologies In My Lifetime

Of all the technologies that have gone extinct in your lifetime, which one do you miss the most?

I think, because of the amount of time I spent with it and enjoyed it, my stereo system and my Walkman are the ones I miss the most. Don’t get me wrong; I prefer mp3 formats and players and also playing music on my laptop but from birth till just a few years ago, I would always spend hours listening to the stereo system and my multitude of Walkmans. The pleasure of making copies of your favourite songs on cassette tapes was something altogether. Also CDS! Gosh I remember when CDS was sa new things for me and loving the format.

Now everything is MP3 for me. I also do miss VHS and video players – but only for nostalgic reasons. I hated the tapes and the player getting fungus and the roll of film getting stuck inside of the player. Along with those I also miss the Atari player I had! Oh my lord, how much fun we had playing those for hours and hours. And yeah an older Sega mega player. Damn, we used to play football competitions on it.

What about the joy of Polaroids? Ofcourse it can’t compare to digital optoons now but I do remember the excitement of Polaroids during the early 80s when I was like 4-6 years old. My parents let me use it to take snaps of the family. What else do you miss from the years or decades gone by?

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Marty St.Louis Retires From Active Hockey

One of my favourite players just hung up his skates for the final time. Martin St. Louis on Thursday announced his retirement from the NHL after 16 season. St. Louis, who turned 40 on June 18, had 21 goals and 54 points in 74 games with the New York Rangers last season. “I have been blessed to play for 16 years in the NHL; it has been an amazing ride,” St. Louis said in a statement released by the Rangers. “I would like to thank the Tampa Bay Lightning and New York Rangers organizations and owners for providing me the opportunity to play the sport I love for so many years. “I could have never played for so long or accomplished all that I have without the unwavering love and support from my wife, Heather, our three sons, Ryan, Lucas, and Mason, and my parents.”

St. Louis had 391 goals and 1,033 points in 1,134 regular-season games. Prior to spending the past season-plus with the Rangers, St. Louis played parts of 13 seasons with the Lightning (2000-2014) and 69 games with the Calgary Flames (1998-2000). The Flames took a chance on the 5-foot-8, 180-pound sniper by signing him to a contract on Feb. 18, 1998. He quickly became an inspiration to undersized and undrafted players looking to one day make an impact in the NHL. St. Louis came to the Rangers in a midseason trade with the Lightning in March 2014. The move made sense since he lives in Connecticut and had always relished the opportunity to play for the Rangers. After finishing the 2014-15 regular season with his lowest point total since 2001-02, St. Louis had a goal and seven points in 19 games in the Stanley Cup Playoffs.

He became an unrestricted free agent July 1. The New York Post reported last month that the Rangers didn’t intend to bring him back for his expected salary-cap charge for 2015-16; St. Louis had just finished a four-year contract with an average cap charge of $5.625 million, according to war-on-ice.com. St. Louis averaged 16:30 of ice time during the playoffs. The Rangers lost to the Lightning in seven games in the 2015 Eastern Conference Final. St. Louis helped the Rangers to the Stanley Cup Final in 2014 and scored his 1,000th NHL point last season. One of the more memorable moments of the 2014 playoffs took place when St. Louis scored in a 3-1 Game 6 victory in the Eastern Conference Second Round against the Pittsburgh Penguins at Madison Square Garden three days day after his mother, France, died of a heart attack at the age of 63. As replays of the goal were shown on the center-ice scoreboard, the MSG crowd began chanting, “Marty! Marty!” The emotional moment occurred on Mother’s Day, and served as a springboard for the Rangers to reach the Stanley Cup.

St. Louis played in seven NHL All-Star Games and was named All NHL First Team once and Second Team four times. He won the Art Ross Trophy as the League’s leading scorer (2003-04 and 2012-13) twice (2004, 2013) and the Lady Byng Memorial Trophy, awarded for sportsmanship and gentlemanly play combined with a high standard of playing ability, on three occasions (2010, 2011, 2013).

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The Monsoon So Far

If it’s autumn or winter where you live, what are you most looking forward to doing next summer? If it’s spring or summer where you are, what has been the highlight of the season so far for you?

Fuck summer. Kerala has no four seasons, it has just two. Monsoon and bloody hot summer. There is no spring and no fall and no winter of any kind. The only kind of cold we get is when it rains a lot and there’s a cold win blowing and because we aren’t used to that, we tend to heat our water to take a bath. Otherwise, we shiver when we shower.

So far the summer was crazy hot & humid. Nights were terrible because I couldn’t keep the windows open for fear of mosquitoes out for my blood. As much as I hate mosquito bites the worst is when they buzz in your ears or your nose! Disgusting creatures. Sweating all day if you are in the sun and they sweating while you sleep – ugh. And then the monsoon finally came!

So far I have been ill twice – I had to take two days off work in June due to asthma and cough, cold and slight fever and I have started off July with a sick day as well. I have this bad cold that is affecting me badly and the cold air-conditioned offices aren’t helping either when it’s raining a lot outside. Also, yesterday was a no-rain, hot and fucking humid night – it was tough to sleep when I was sweating between the sheets. And then this morning it rained at around 7 am for just a bit and it’s sunny outside after that. And now it looks cloudy and a bit humid. What a weather we are having!

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5 Arsenal Players Released

While us fans eagerly await any news of which players, if any, will join goalkeeper Petr Cech in suiting up for Arsenal during the summer transfer window. most fans will agree that we need one world class striker and possible a defensive midfielder in our quest for winning the league and challenging for Europe. But while the rumour mills have the club linked with Lacazette, Vidal, Carvalho, Vargas and a few others, 5 players quietly left the Emirates.

Abou Diaby, together with academy players Jack Jebb, Austin Lipman, Brandon Ormonde-Ottewill and Josh Vickers, are leaving Arsenal, having reached the end of their contracts. Diaby leaves the club after 10 years in which he made 180 first-team appearances, scoring 19 goals.

A hugely talented midfielder, unfortunately his time at the club was interrupted by a number of serious injuries. Diaby has also represented France on 16 occasions. Midfielder Jebb, forward Lipman, full-back Ormonde-Ottewill and goalkeeper Vickers came through the Gunners’ Hale End academy together, and went on to represent the club at under-21 level.

Jebb, Lipman and Ormonde-Ottewill have all played for England at youth level. Arsenal would like to take this opportunity to thank Abou, Jack, Austin, Brandon and Josh for their contribution to the club and to wish them well for the future.

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Celebrate The Good Times

You receive some wonderful, improbable, hoped-for good news. How do you celebrate?

I party like it’s 1999!

Oh wait, wrong decade to be saying that. Well, I would normally go out and have a nice meal with some drinks, maybe a little shopping. Or stay at home and blast music, buy some good food for the folks at home, invite my sister and her family and maybe get some ice cream too!

The other option is to take a trip, pamper myself and get a nice comfy room and chill out for a few days in relative luxury and treat myself to some goodies. Or perhaps invite a few close friends and take them out for some dinner and laughs and enjoy the evening with good company.

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Petr Cech Signs For Arsenal

Petr Cech has completed his £10m transfer across London to Arsenal, drawing a line under a glittering 11-year career at Chelsea with an admission that “life doesn’t always turn out the way you think it will”. The Czech international, who claimed 13 major trophies including the Champions League while at Stamford Bridge, conceded he had slipped behind Thibaut Courtois in the pecking order last season and, with little prospect of that situation changing, decided it was time for a new start. The 33-year-old spoke to Roman Abramovich and stressed his desire to remain in the Premier League despite interest from Paris Saint-Germain, with the owner duly sanctioning the move to a direct rival, albeit reluctantly, out of respect for Cech’s eye-catching contribution while at Chelsea.

The goalkeeper has signed a four-year contract worth a basic £100,000 a week and may confront his former team-mates in the Community Shield at Wembley on 2 August. Cech, who ended with 228 clean sheets from his 494 games, featured only seven times in the Premier League last season, with the champions winning all of them and the keeper conceding only twice, but Courtois’ position as the long-term No1 remained clear. Chelsea have seen a £6m bid for the Stoke goalkeeper Asmir Begovic rejected but are expected to return with an improved offer for a player who is entering the final year of his contract at the Britannia Stadium. Stoke may attempt to take a player on loan from Stamford Bridge as part of the deal but that is unlikely to be Victor Moses. Arsenal, who have dropped their interest in Juventus’ Arturo Vidal, may now sanction David Ospina’s move to Fenerbahce. Wojciech Szczesny, who will compete with Cech for a first-team place next season, welcomed the older man to the club on his Instagram account and is intent on remaining at the Emirates Stadium.

Arsenal are no longer interested in Juventus superstar Arturo Vidal despite reports that a £21m deal had been struck. According to The Telegraph, boss Arsene Wenger believes he has enough quality in his attacking options and his funds could be spent more wisely. Vidal is seen as a similar box-to-box player as Aaron Ramsey, Jack Wilshere and Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain and is not really what the Gunners actually need. Reports in Chile last week claimed that Arsenal were close to landing Vidal in a big-money move but that seems over. And, Wenger has now turned his attention to Sporting Lisbon’s holding midfielder William Carvalho. According to the London Evening Standard, Portugal Under-21 star Carvalho is now top of his wanted list. The youngster’s fine form for club and country has seen interest mount in his services. Manchester United and Chelsea are also being linked with moves for the £20m-rated player but it is understood that Arsenal are most likely to land him.

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The Right To Choose

I don’t understand why some people think someone else having the same rights as they do is considered to be a tragedy / against their freedom of religion / against democracy and what not! The recent US Supreme Court ruling granting all rights for the LGBT community in getting married has seen some of the stupidest comments on social media.

Why should someone’s right to get married be put to a vote? It is finally justice that they are allowed to get married in each and every state in the US but why should some people have a problem with that? If you are against homosexuals getting married then don’t have a gay wedding! Also, don’t attend a gay wedding and don’t speak to them if you don’t want to. I was appalled to see a post by an Aussie friend on Facebook where she says that gay marriages shouldn’t happen and if they do shouldn’t be called “marriage”! What?

Also she and several others feel that it should have been put to the vote, like in Ireland! Why? Why should other people have a say in gay people getting married? How would you like it if you could get married only if it was put to a vote? Nonsense. I’m for everyone getting the choice of marriage and the right to have it done. Homosexual, heterosexual – we are all human beings! I’m straight but i’m fine with you not being so. We can be friends and i’ll support your right to have love and choose a partner of your choice be it a male or a female. It doesn’t affect me or anyone else.

I don’t get why other people don’t see that.

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RIP Chris Squire

Co-founder & bassist of legendary progressive rock band Yes, has died at the age of 67. In May 2015, Squire announced a hiatus from Yes after he was diagnosed with acute erythroid leukemia. The English musician, songwriter and singer, was also a backing vocalist for Yes and was the only member to appear on each of their 21 studio albums, released from 1969 to 2014.

He was widely regarded as the dominant bass guitarist among the early seventies British progressive rock bands, influencing peers and later generations of bassists with his incisive sound and elaborately contoured, melodic bass lines. His name was also associated with his trademark instrument, the Rickenbacker 4001 electric bass, which was introduced in England in 1964. He released one solo album, Fish Out of Water, in 1975. Squire was born in Kingsbury, a suburb of north west London, in England. His father was a cab driver, and his mother a housewife. Yes released their first record in 1969, and though the band have had many personnel changes over the years, they have continued to record and tour for over 40 years. Squire co-wrote much of the band’s music with guitarist Steve Howe (with singer Jon Anderson chipping in occasionally, as well). In addition, Squire and Howe would supply backing vocals in harmony with Anderson, which can be heard on a multitude of Yes songs.

Chris married his first wife Nikki who he met in 1970 and with whom he would form the band Esquire in 1983. Their family included Carmen Squire (Chris’s stepdaughter), Chandrika and Camille Squire. The couple divorced after fifteen years of marriage. hey have a son, Cameron. The two have since divorced. Squire married actress Melissa Morgan on 8 May 1993. She played Brittany Norman on The Young and The Restless and later returned to the daytime program as Agnes Sorensen. Scotland became Squire’s third wife. She gave birth to their first child, a daughter named Xilan, on 19 December 2008. They resided in the Chelsea neighbourhood of London, and later in Phoenix, Arizona.

Christopher “Chris” Russell Edward Squire (4 March 1948 – 28 June 2015)

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Insidious : Chapter 3

Well we needed to have a sequel didn’t we? Insidious : Chapter 3 is the prequel to the events of the first movie written and directed by Leigh Whannell in his directorial debut. The 2015 film stars Dermot Mulroney and Stefanie Scott, with Angus Sampson, Whannell, and Lin Shaye reprising their roles from the previous films.

Set a few years before the events of the first film, Elise Rainer, is living a reclusive life in her home still recovering from the death of her husband, who killed himself as he was suffering from depression. Teenager Quinn Brennan approaches her at her home asking for help in contacting the spirit of her recently deceased mother who she feels is trying to contact her from beyond her grave. Feeling pity on the young girl Elise, who has stopped doing readings, agrees to try to contact Lillith Brennan, however she stops after hearing a demonic presence who threatens to kill her. She warns Quinn to stop trying to reach out to her mother on her own and that if “you call out to one of the dead, all of them can hear you.”

Quinn skips school to go to an audition for a NYC based theatre academy and sees a strange figure waving to her from the side. Not having had much time to prepare (with her overbearing father Sean asking her to help raise her younger brother Alex) Quinn flubs her lines and does not do well. Later she sits with her best friend Maggie and discusses her unhappiness and as they leave, she sees the same dark figure waving to her from across the street. This distracts her and causes her to be hit by a car, which breaks her legs. Using a wheelchair she is now resting at home with her legs in a cast and her father gets more time off from work to be around for her and even gives her a bell to ring in case she needs him. At night she notices weird things like the bell going off on it’s own and hearing a knock from behind the wall (which is the room of next door neighbor Hector, she knocks back and he copies her. Quinn texts Hector, who reveals that he isn’t home. Fearing it was someone else next door, she goes to bed. The paranormal experiences keep escalating with Quinn seeing the figure in her room and the ceilings getting craked above her bed.

The demonic figure, resembling a corpse with a breathing mask, brings Quinn upstairs to the empty apartment above hers and she sees a faceless, limbless version of herself. Hearing banging from above Sean rushes up and finds Quinn on the floor and follows the bloody footprints to the broken window. A man is lying on the pavement below, as if he committed suicide by jumping out. As Quinn goes to observe the window, the demon grabs Quinn and tries to pull her over the ledge. Sean saves her, but her neck is injured in the process. Sean contacts a reluctant Elise who tries to enter the spiritual realm but is scared away by the Bride in Black who tries to strangle her. Knowing that the Bride has vowed to kill her, Elise leaves. Alex shows Sean a video of two bloggers, Specs & Tucker, who are ghost hunters. They attempt to catch the demon but find a semi-possessed Quinn attacking them. Meanwhile Elise returns, having found encouragement from a fellow medium & friend who tells her that she is stronger than she thinks she is, and offers to help again. This time she fights off the Bride in Black and goes on.

The Demon takes the form of Elise’s dead husband, Jack, in an attempt to trick her into killing herself so they can be together. After a tearful reunion, Elise realizes that it is actually the Demon, and easily defeats him, but it grabs hold of a faceless version of Quinn. This version of Quinn is revealed to be half of her soul, which the demon now controls. Elise returns to the others and tells them that only Quinn can get the rest of her soul back. However, Quinn is losing the battle, as her alternate version gains more of her features. Elise hears the voice of the wife of the Brenner’s neighbor who had died the other night, leading her to Quinn’s diary, which contains a letter that Lillith wanted her to read before she graduated. The power from this letter helps guide Lillith to save Quinn and banish the demon. Lillith leaves her with some parting words, and the family is finally reunited. Specs and Tucker decide to join Elise to deal with other supernatural disturbances. At the end of the film, Elise realizes something is wrong when her dog keeps barking at a dark closet and the the Lipstick-Faced Demon pops out next to her.

Not bad for a sequel, which usually tends to be the worst of all horror movie franchises. This one was decent and well acted and not cheesy either, despite the plot with the mother’s spirit being involved. I’d give it a 7.5 outta 10!

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Kerala’s Self-Service Beer & Liquor Store

It was like, nothing I ever imagined. I have never been to a supermarket styled, self-service place where they sell liquor & beer. This is amazing.

So, there has been a self service store (or 2 or 3) for premium beer & alcohol in Cochin (and perhaps other cities in Kerala) for a while now but I have never been to one. Mostly because I never buy drinks to keep at home and instead go to bars and now beer/wine parlours. But with the parlous jacking the prices up so much (the Rs.100 cans of 500ml beer I bought will be about 170 or 180 in most beer places or even 200+) and ofcourse you end up also buying snacks to accompany them and they cost a lot too. So I plan on going to these parlours a little less and keeping a small stock at home.








So I went to the one in Gandhinagar this noon and went all starry eyed at the counters of stuff. I mostly looked at the vodka, white rum and beer sections as that is what I like to drink. Awesome selection though the beers could be a lot more. They didn’t have any Heineken but they did have Budweiser Magnum, Tuborg, Carlsberg, Miller and I think a couple of more. I ended up buying a can each of Bug Magnum & Carlsberg and a 500ml of Smirnoff Apple flavoured vodka. It’s party time!

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