Monday, February 06, 2006

Hello BlogWorld!

printf ("Hello BlogWorld!\n");

Here is my second effort to say Hello to the Blog World. The last one was 8 months back which stopped after a couple of postings.
I hope to keep this blog alive and kicking with my disordered thoughts.


Blogger rajib said...

Mujhe pata tha ki tu office mein seriously kaam karna band kar diya hai...

And how do I know ???

" #include "

is incomplete...

what are including ?

6:41 AM  
Blogger Kapil Mantri said...

Thanks for pointing out.
Definitely a good code review. I will update it.
Btw one silly excuse is - I have started doing things in C# ;)

6:43 AM  
Blogger bhattathiri said...

The American justice Dept. have recently approved the power of yoga and meditation vide a recent judgement in the American court."Man Who Slapped Wife Sentenced to Yoga, It's Anger Management, Says Judge." First there was house arrest. Now there's yoga. A judge ordered a man convicted of slapping his wife to take a yoga class as part of his one-year probation. "It's part of anger management," County Criminal Court at Law Judge Larry Standley said of the ancient Hindu philosophy of exercise and well-being. "For people who are into it, it really calms them down. " Standley, a former prosecutor, said the case of James Lee Cross was unique. Cross, a 53-year-old car salesman from Tomball, explained that his wife was struggling with a substance abuse problem and that he struck her on New Year's Eve during an argument about her drinking. "He was trying to get a hold of her because she has a problem," Standley said after the court hearing. "I thought this would help him realize that he only has control over himself." The sentence came as a surprise to Cross, who was told to enroll in a class and report back to Standley on his progress. "I'm not very familiar with it," Cross said of yoga. "From what I understand, it may help in a couple ways, not only as far as mentally settling, but maybe a little weight loss." Darla Magee, an instructor at Yoga Body Houston in River Oaks, said she would recommend that Cross take a basic yoga class emphasizing breathing and including a variety of postures -- forward bends, back bends and twists. "Yoga can help us to get rid of many emotional issues we might have," she said. "It's a spiritual cleanse." Prosecutor Lincoln Goodwin agreed to a sentence of probation without jail time because Cross had no significant criminal history

5:52 AM  

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