Saturday, March 3, 2007

Rant: 3 March 2007

I have been thinking about something for quite some time now. There are some readers of this blog who know my real identity and because of it, I sometimes find it difficult to say or discuss some things. Such as my dangerously extreme personal political, religious, and social views/opinions etc. So, I think I've have come to a decision that I will start another blog, where I will try to remain extremely anonymous as long and as best as possible. I'm not going to end this blog, but I think I will not be able to contribute much to it anymore. Maybe sometime in the future, on a rare occasion, I'll post about something now and then.

Recently, I've noticed that there is sort of a darkness growing inside me. With each passing day, I feel it changes me, where, my privately held opinions and beliefs become stronger and more rigid. And I can no longer tolerate anyone else's dissenting views. Especially in regards to discussions I have with people, where I want to tell them, either accept my way or expect to be ruined.

Anyway, the next thing to do would be to create a new gmail account and think up of a new cool user and blog name.

Saturday, February 24, 2007

Life Update: 25 February 2007

Just got done with my exams. Results will be out on 9th March. To tell the truth, I don't think I'm going pass in all the courses because they all went bad. This was the worst semester I went through (academically speaking) in all my days in Australia. Either I'll go just over or below the passing mark, that's how close I'll be cutting it. I have this gut feeling that I'll be enrolling next term again. Unless some miracle happens! Say, like the Uni IT department, where they store all the student records catches fire and burns down. Yeah, only then.

Something has happened

Something has happened. I don't know if I should ignore it and move on or deal with it in a way that I haven't figured out yet. I wanted to blog about other things. But, whenever I sit down to write about them, the very thought consumes my mind.

There are some regrets, maybe unfounded or otherwise. But, definitely something is missing inside.

Thursday, December 7, 2006

Finally Graduated!

I have reached a new milestone in my life and its the one I was trying to reach for many years. I passed my final semester coursework and therefore; graduated. The reality of the situation didn't sink in yet. But, its beginning to now as the graduation ceremony date is drawing near and me having to go picking up my graduation regalia just yesterday. Years ago when I started college, this day seemed like light-years away. I feel like I've climbed the mountain top and "I'm king of the world baby!". Maybe I could have been more excited if I didn't have to enrol in the post grad program right afterwards and above all in the summer semester, damn it! Well, at least this post grad endeavour will be all over in 8 weeks time.

The next thing to do after graduation would be to apply for immigration. I just can't believe that by the end of next year, I'll be an officially recognized immigrant. My residential status won't depend on me going to school and enrolling full-time. After this I can just take off, sit at home, and do nothing without having to worry about being deported out of the country to a homeland I never knew in the first place. Hell yeah! Heres sticking it to the man!

I feel like I'm ready to take on the world. I have had these ideas looming in my head for such a long time. Over the years, I have become more confident and reassured that it can be done. Look out world, here I come! I used to have a very narrow/local outlook about my future plans. Thanks to this fancy western education and exposure to the outside world. Now my sights are set on a more broad/global objective.

I like to take this opportunity to give out a loud FU to those totalitarian Saudi bastards for keeping me down all those years. It was tough enough being born and raised in a foreign country, but, that didn't mean they had to make it even tougher by destroying my future prospects. I might not have gone to a fancy school or spoke Arabic, or been one of those famous frustrated middle-eastern youths that the whole world seems to have come to know about, or I just didn't know any better, or had any real talent. But, that doesn't mean I deserved to be treated like a 2nd class citizen. Thank God I made it.

Then I like to give out another loud FU to America. I been to the belly of the beast and saw through the fake smiles. After living there for years I have come to know that the system is rigged and designed to suck the life out of the poor, minority, and the hopelessly stupid so that the elite can live the high life. Well, the tables are finally turning and you had a good run, and now through your own wicked ways you have destroyed yourselves. Good luck in Iraq, not that it will help.

Note: If I sound like an incoherent evil genius in this post then don't read too much into it. Its probably brought on by the much repressed excitement.

Play List: 8 December 2006

  1. Stereophonics - Mr. Writer
  2. Theory of a Deadman - Santa Monica
  3. Breaking Benjamin - Forget It
  4. Breaking Benjamin - Rain
  5. Breaking Benjamin - Simple Design
  6. Breaking Benjamin - So Cold
  7. Tracy Chapman - Fast Car (White Label Club Remix)
  8. Jem - 24
  9. Lucky Ali - Jab Teri Yaad Ati Hai
  10. Sandi Thom - I Wish I Was A Punk Rocker

Monday, August 28, 2006

Video: Braveheart Trailer

Video: Braveheart Funny Trailer

One hilarious Bravheart video. Watch the real Braveheart trailer before watching this.