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Hello There People, I am Back!!

It is good to be back and thanks for your kind words in the previous post. :)  I am well, and feel a lot better after spending some quality time with my friends and pets these few days :party  :mj


Me and one of the very few best friends I have. I visit the beach now and then, just because I love a windy place to go people watching :) Don't let the purple shirt misguide you, he is actually a very nice guy. I always persuade him to throw away the offending piece of clothing but he refused - it attracts attention, he says :v
The Stars of the show - my mega ferrets!! Big, cuddly and ferociously searching for affection. Now I am able to bring BOTH ferrets to the beach when I finally got another harness, second hand it was. Kaos and Disco has very different temperament each, but still they attract huge amount of onlookers. If the kiddies got to close, we just let the harness slack so my ferrets can chase them away :P The sight of my ferrets baring their teeth and running towards them always make children run - but for ferrets owners, that is NOT aggressive behavior, the ferrets are actually SMILING and wanna play with you! [sadly, the lack of knowledge builds great walls against understanding]
This is an experimental shot taken with my digital camera. I call this pic 'Turn Left, Turn Right', after a romantic movie with the same tittle. My friend Firdaus has a snapshot camera, and he took some nice Lomography pictures with it. I was a model in some of them :) and gosh, I do LOOK GOOD! ha ha ha! :k I will try to scan some of his pics soon with his permission here.
And this last picture I took at our school's field is for you readers to think about.... Two workers were diligently cutting grass using petrol-consuming machines in the afternoon heat. And they took forever!! [FYI, they finished it in 2 days]. Where I was studying in 1990's, our school got THREE HUGE fields (not counting the netball courts) and only one gardener to do the job. So he rode a motorized lawn mower and finish the job in less than 2 hours! (Really, I was watching him, as I was sitting idly by the fields one afternoon a long long time ago).
The moral of the story; Bad economics at work here. The job can be done faster, cheaper and with fewer manpower with a bit of investment. But why it cannot be done? Because for the sake of HUMANITY. Let's give some luckless people jobs, the poor poor sods.
I call this an IMMENSE waste of time, energy and money. And also an insult to the thinking mind.
Do please tell if you disagree. :angel  

14 comments:

maximus alexius said...

what a nice pictures of yours same goes with the ferrets...also such a romantic mood to go to beach..i love beach scenery! Wording of the t-shirt is louder than the person anyway and yet, such an attention-seeker. I am still virgin maa...hahaha :r
what movie is it 'turn left turn right?
do your school have a big bank? such a waste to do some complicated works even they have an opt to do the easy one.

Choco said...

Ahhh... Why don't we have ferrets in our country??? And they smile too??? Not fair!

Looks like you had fun though! :)

Grayquill said...

You can keep your nasty ferrets but then I might be one who has a lack of knowledge.
Your weed eater picture - my first thought was where is the large lawn mower? Yip...why change? I guess we can be glad we were not the ones on the end of that machine. I can only take about one hour of abuse from one of those.

TechnoBabe said...

You will make good use of the second harness won't you. So glad you can take both with you to the beach now. Nice pictures. My favorite quote in your post is "the lack of knowledge builds great walls against understanding". These are words of wisdom!

Casey Freeland said...

Great pics and happy to have you back! So who was taking the pictures of you and your friend? Disco?

The weed trimmers make me crazy. With the money they would have saved on gas and labor they could have purchased a small rider mower.

And the little two-stroke engines are so loud!

Cheers,

Casey

Shadowthorne @ Ramzu Zahini said...

maximus; Of course you are :P We should do more photo shoots soon.

Shadowthorne @ Ramzu Zahini said...

Choco; I believe you guys have mongoose in India. It's a relative of the ferret :P

Shadowthorne @ Ramzu Zahini said...

Grayquill; I'd do the work myself if the weather is cool and shady. Cutting grass is monotonous work though.

Shadowthorne @ Ramzu Zahini said...

TechnoBabe; I met a lot of people whose minds were so bigoted, they always fail to see the other side of things. This always happen when narrow-minded run rampant, and the sense of curiosity murdered at a younger age.

Shadowthorne @ Ramzu Zahini said...

Casey Freeland; My other friend took the pictures following my instructions. Yes, I can be a bit bossy most of the times.
The mowers are loud, and usually I stopped teaching when they come close to the classroom buildings.

Rock Chef said...

Love the ferrets - I can picture them charging at the children, making that cute little chuckling sound they make.

I admit that cutting large areas of grass with strimmers is not ideal, but I do actually favour keeping people in jobs like this if the organisation can take it. Call me a socialist!

Shadowthorne @ Ramzu Zahini said...

Rock Chef; Here's wishing you have ferrets to replace the bunnies soon.

I always wonder what socialists are...

Tenchi said...

Good to have you back bro...

as for the IMMENSE waste of time, energy and money...i totally agree with you...that is Government...

Shadowthorne @ Ramzu Zahini said...

Tenchi; Yay for Government!

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