Monthly Archive for September, 2001


ahhh, i’ve only got a few minutes to talk to you all about something truly fabulous:

Doxylamine Succinate, Dextromethorphan Hydrobromide, Acetominophen, Psuedoephedrine Hydrochloride

not to mention:

Alcohol, Citric Acid, Flavor, Green 3 (whatever that ingredient is), High Froctuse Corn Syrup, Polyethylene Glycol, Propylene Glycol (both kinds), Purified Water, Saccarin Sodium, Sodium Citrate, Yeloow 6, Yellow 10 (what are thos things?)

That’s the formula for NyQuil– and don’t skimp on the real thing… whoops… fading…..


I spent some time tonight chatting with rohit about his theater and such. It’s strange that i never had hardly a conversation with the guy until this summer. But, he is a funny fella.

I’ve been stayng up late now that i’m not employed. But, i never realized what quality programming comes on PBS at night. I saw the part of the new york documentary on the construction of the empire state building which was fascinating- especially the pictures of midtown with buildings that are probably 10-12 stories high, and then, one giant tower stretching like 90 stories up. It was surreal, considering the world trade center attack.

Speaking of which, if you’re looking for an indian-american perspective, i’ve really enjoyed the web logging of

During all the drama of last Tuesday, my sense of humor has taken a backseat. It is slowly re-emerging. I am about to pitch my idea for a new sitcom for next spring. Here is what I have so far:

  • Two self-hating homosexuals, who are not ready to come out of the closet or commit, played by Jerry Falwell and Pat Robertson.
  • One anal-retentive neat freak terrorist roommate played by Osama Bin Laden.
  • The wacky next door neighbor, who always stops by at inopportune times to borrow advice on foreign policy, played by George W. Bush.
  • French Stewart from Third Rock from The Sun who sits on the couch and squints a lot.
    Wackiness ensues.


Hi Ned

So, i’m waiting for the rest of these fools to stumble upon this site. I’ve been so busy getting the main site up, and designing personal sites for the other domain members, that i never did my own. So here it is.

I’d like to show you the picture that i wanted to use, but was vetoed by the girl, on account of the fact that i look gay and dumb.


I have been glued to the television over the past couple of weeks, and i’m sick with grief as i listen to these wives, mothers, sons and daughters show pictures of their lost loved-ones. It is so tragic to see the panic and loss in their faces, as they plead with the television crews, describing what their daddies and husbands were wearing when they left the house that morning.

Lisa and I are so thankful that everyone we know and love are safe — it was a frightful couple of days in Boston, because our city seems to be the origin of much of this madness. Many of the passengers in the AA and UA flights that left Logan were from Massachusetts. I watched all afternoon as the Westin hotel in the Back Bay was raided, and apparently police pulled a man of arabic descent off an Amtrak train in Rhode Island. There is also talk of Boston cabbies… So far, it seems, nothing has materialized, and i hope and pray that the FBI and law enforcement are patient and respectful of civil liberties. I also hope to God that people remain calm, and allow the police to do their job.