Finally got my hands on a 1985 Bullet Standard 350! This beast is the oldest and the coolest bullet i have rode till date :) I am just loving the bike and the ride :D The saddest part is that i have to give it back after some weeks :( :( :( Thanks to my ...

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  1. Yaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaay!
  2. Fly me to the moon 3D
  3. How to Train Your Dragon 3D
  4. Wanna go dirt biking? Go to places where BBMP contractors conduct any work...
  5. Know your Java @ GIDS
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Yaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaay!

Finally got my hands on a 1985 Bullet Standard 350! This beast is the oldest and the coolest bullet i have rode till date :) I am just loving the bike and the ride :D

The saddest part is that i have to give it back after some weeks :( :( :(











Thanks to my dear friend Vanitha for talking to her dad and giving me this bike for some time ;)
    

Fly me to the moon 3D

Watched Fly me to the Moon in 3D at INOX Malleshwaram with friends some days back. Lots of stuff to entertain in 3D, at times it looked better than movies that were originally made in 3D as opposed to converting an old 2D movie into 3D. 

The movie is a good entertainer and is all about how 3 flies fly to the moon aboard the spacecraft sent on a lunar landing mission :)




The movie also has one of the poorest jokes i have ever heard :P The joke goes something similar to the lines below

Grand Pa: Out of the 5 flies, 3 were women and 2 were men!
Junior Flies: How do you know grandpa?
Grand Pa: Simple! 2 were on vehicles and 3 were on Phone!




I ever tell you I once flew across
the Atlantic Ocean with Amelia Earhart?


About a hundred times.


You wanna hear it
a hundred and one times?


Sure. I love that story, Grandpa.
    

How to Train Your Dragon 3D

Wonderful movie. Loved the 3D quality. There were some really cute dragons in the movie ;)














Astrid:
[punches Hiccup]
That's for kidnapping me.
[Kisses Hiccup]

Astrid: That's for everything else.
    

Wanna go dirt biking? Go to places where BBMP contractors conduct any work...

Rode straight into a huge mud pile tonight while riding back from office i was almost close to home on the service road stretch from Ganganagar to Hebbal!

Courtesy : The morons who were contracted to fill up the dividers between the highway and the service roads with mud who decided to leave the mud pile without any kind of notification board or any barricades! And these piles were lying there for at least 3-4 days without anyone attending to them.

The road was so low on lighting that the pile appeared as road till just a meter away from it! Luckily i escaped with a minor bruise on the right leg, thanks to the crash guard on my bike and stayed without tripping off from the bike.

At least to save the citizens, BBMP has to order these contractors to urge them to barricade or at least put a sign board or a reflector board or it has to itself put the following board at places which it conducts any kind of work across Bangalore.




Though writing on a bad note, i am happy i have resumed blogging :D
    

Know your Java @ GIDS

Posting this from my mobile live right from the J N Tata Auditorium, Indian institute of science, Bangalore where the Great Indian Developer Summit is going on this week. First session was an interesting talk on CLOUD COMPUTING. The second session called ''Know your Java'' by Venkat Subramanian was probably one of the best sessions i have attended till date. It was a highly interactive session and Venkat used a very unique style of presentation which kept the audience enthralled till the end. Venkat also gave away some books to people who voluntreered,

~signing off from my mobile!
    

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