Showing posts with label Deaths in 2011. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Deaths in 2011. Show all posts

Wednesday, May 02, 2012

Remembering Osama [122/365]

Today, is one year since the most feared man in modern history was killed.
Pretty bad day for everyone who worshiped Satan in flesh.
Osama (Bin Laden) was terminated in a way that could inspire video games of the future.

source: Blogs @ canoe.c
The Americans popped their bubbly and made merry. But can you really blame them for that? Beneath the skin, all Americans are really just white, English speaking, pancake eating, credit card loving, fuel guzzling, capitalist Arabs. Genealogy could prove this.

Unlike when other evil dictators/tyrants were killed, political and security analysts predicted backlash. Fortunately nothing of the sort happened. Al Qaeda lost a few more of it's lieutenants. Headless as it is now, Al Qaeda is now the Nokia of the terrorism industry. Former giant, slipping.

Osama, if you're reading this, I want you to tell all your earthy followers to be wiser.
Ask them to learn from your mistakes.
  • Never record yourself watching porn when you can do it instead. First, it takes the shine off you. Second, it makes you look like a desperate teenager.
  • Never keep all your devious plans to take over the world all in one place. Have you never heard of Online Storage?
  • Encrypt.
  • Be conspicuous. Staying in the largest house in the zip-code with high walls and security is a dead giveaway.
But you need to give the old man credit. He did manage to fool the whole world while he was probably sitting in his 'Made in Pakistan' chuddies ('underwear' to the firangs) and chuckling away.

Predictably Obama on the other hand is still patting himself on his back and using his death to win another term in office. We can't really blame him for that, either.
Operation Geronimo pumped up an otherwise flaccid President, who is seen as a lame duck among his countrymen. But then Americans have never been happy with their Presidents.

I hope he got his 99 virgins when he reached the pearly gates of Paradise.
It would be a shame if he didn't. 

Thursday, October 06, 2011

Death - your Comfort break

With the number of high profile people who have died this year, 2011 is truly turning into a tragic year that the world history will remember forever.
While the media might be ready with their obituaries, how do relatives and loved ones of those who died cope up with the irreparable loss?
For most celebrities vying for their 15 minutes of fame, high profile deaths will be a way to rehash half chewed emotions and cheap sentiments.
Death is a scary thought. I remember how scared and upset I would get when my parents would mention their deaths.
Most kids and over-grown adults still get ruffled up and refuse to accept any talk of their loved one's death.

But is death really a bad thing?
You could be the biggest billionaire the planet has seen. Or you could be a homeless beggar living on just 32 rupees a day.
You could afford to buy a Bentley every single day and still have money to burn or you could a person who skips a second meal today so that he can eat a single meal tomorrow.
You could be on the cover of Forbes or you could be that random dirty face you pass by at traffic stop.
Death is a relief for all humans. It is that event of your life where your harshest critic and your toughest foe level up.

Death is something like where we finish our act on the main-stage and head back home.
You know that you no longer have to act or pretend. You can finally be yourself.
You don't have to worry about taxes. And if you're famous, your procession will be the last time you'll ever create a traffic jam.
But whether you are rich or poor, all you'll need is just 6 ft of earth.

When the fanfare and the tirade of obituaries die, does it really matter to the person?
Would the recipient of all that glowing eulogy raise up from the coffin and cheer?
All the flowers in the world cannot lessen the pain nor fill the vacuum that person left in the lives of his/her family.

Could we have been less critical and more appreciative of that person when he/she was alive?
Maybe, yes.

Because the world is an unforgiving place to be. 
Let the dead rest in peace, because they deserve it.

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