Saturday, October 18, 2008

How I blog

Like the rat, I tend to be wordy.

1 comment:

  1. I think the way u write is great, why, cos u are explaining complicated stuff in a way that is consice, logical and educational also. U should have ure own TV series, and it's on Discovery Channel maybe and it's just u, walking in the sunlight amidst the ruins- Cicero, Plato, Iqbal-these are ure companions; in Rome, Istanbul, Cairo, Athens and Moscow, from Aristotle to Marx, part travelogue-part tele-voyage into philosophy, a personal journey above all.
    Yes.... logical conclusion of ure blog is tv, cos what is art, revolutionary art- it's stuff that improves us.
    i think ure writing is lovely in all ways, this is what i think.
    ok, bye bye, Jasmine


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