Archive | September 2013

Polish Man vs Polish Remover

An electronic mail joke came my way…….

A Polish man moved to the USA and married an American girl.

Although his English was far from perfect, they got along very well until one day…….

He rushed into a lawyer’s office and asked him if he could arrange a divorce for him.

The lawyer said that getting a divorce could depend on the circumstances, and asked him the following questions:

“Have you any grounds”?
“Yes, an acre and half and nice little home”.

“No, I meant what is the foundation of this case”?
“It’s made of concrete”

“I don’t think you understand. Does either of you have a real grudge”?
“No, we have car port, and not need one”.

“I mean, what are your relations like?”
“All my relations still in Poland”.

“Is there any infidelity in your marriage”?
“We have hi-fidelity stereo and good DVD player”.

“Does your wife beat you up”?
“No, I always up before her”.

“Is your wife a nagger”?
“No, she white”.

“Why do you want this divorce”?
“She going to kill me”.

“What makes you think that”?
“I got proof”.

“What kind of proof”?
“She going to poison me.

She buy a bottle at drugstore and put on shelf in bathroom.
I can read, and it say: “Polish Remover”



Eightieth Birth Anniversary of Nagesh :Ever-loved comedian of Tamil Cinema

Today is the eightieth birth anniversary of  Nagesh the Tamil  Cinema actor .The South Indian comedian will be very much remembered by his fans who are in the age of over forty.

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A young  Nagesh. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

Cue between Nagesh and Nadikar Thilakam Shivaji Ganesan in Thiruvilayadal which was filmed in the mid Nineteen sixties.

Nagesh with MGR and Manorama in  Chandrothayam

Nagesh At his residence in 2005

Nagesh At his residence in 2005 (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

Related article : Hits of Nagesh on RANDOM MUSICAL THOUGHTS

Beautiful Shadow Story

A Hungarian Dance group named ATTRACTION has mastered the art of  story telling  using Shadows.  The You-Tube clips was taken from “The Britain’s  got Talent ” show.  The dancers amazing  performances are  packed with emotions made the audience and the  judges speechless.

The Budapest based Black & white theater company came to lime light during the London Olympics ceremony by performing various sports in the Olympic rings.

The Attraction were the winners of The Britain’s got Talent 2013  and the first  foreign act  to do so.

Hope you would enjoy the performances  as I did.


The audition Performance at the BGT

The winning performance at the BGT 2013 – The Great British montage


Beautiful melodies of Illaiyarajah’s creations in the Eighties & Nineties. Enjoy your walk down the memory lane.


WPC : Nature’s Tapestry Vs Man- Made Lines & Patterns

Natures lines

The entries are  in response to the Weekly Photo Challenge: From Lines to Patterns.

I have posted two sections for  ” From lines to pattern challenge” are as follows:

Nature’s tapestry with lines  

Man-made lines to patterns

“Nature’s Tapestry with Lines”

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Man-Made lines to patterns

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Other interesting related entries:


2. Rice fields of China

3. Cleaning lady’s lines patterns and beauty

4. A flower

5. From lines to pattern

6. Sydney Harbour Bridge

7. Lines and Patterns of Danny James

8. Normandy  American Cemetery and memorial


Semmozhi Tamil

History of Tamil script

Tamizhan Ithazh

Energy and Matter concept in formation of letters

The concept of Energy and matter is not new to us and does not start with Einstein’s days of E=mc2. Let us look at how our letters are formed from Aksharas then people would know that the concept of Energy and Matter is old as our language. In Tamil there are two kinds of Aksharas/Letters. They are உயிர் எழுத்து – Uyir Ezhuthu (Life / Energy letters – 12 letters) and ெமய் எழுத்து – Mei Ezhuthu (Body / Matter letters – 18 letters). Both put together it is 30 letter pack for Tamil as alphabets. Now both have to combine to give letters called “body with life” which are called uyir mei Ezhuthu. This combines to form 18*12 which is 216 letters as Uyir Mei Ezhuthu. For example க்+ அ = க in Tamil and क़ + अ = क in Sanskrit.


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Vintage Illustration

Vintage Illustration nearly 100 years ago

Vintage Indian Clothing

gagantagore1916sothebysGaganendranath Tagore‘s “Respecting Women?” illustration of 1916. (via sotheby’s). Things haven’t changed vastly in a 100 odd years.

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