Discogiri

“Say what the client wants. Say what the consumer wants to hear. Say what your boss wants to say. Say what people can understand. Say something big. Say it again. Say it for no reason. Say it simple. Say it you know why? Say it without saying it. Say it like this. Say it like that. Say what is suppose to be said. It makes no sense but just say it. No, you can’t say that…that makes no sense.”

I’ve been saying it all. Saying what they want me to say or what they want to hear. 

Now, I’ve a little space for myself to say what I please.

I would also like you to say what you please, so please leave your comments at the end of each post.

19 Comments

  1. You said it =>

  2. Hi, Read all your articles. Each article has been unique and wonderfully written. Throughly enjoyed them. Hungry for more!!!

  3. thanks anjali,
    really glad you liked them.

  4. great blog, adding you to my blogroll immediately. bakasura beedhi took me down memory lane – i am missing all those wonderful places now :-(

  5. thank you Ranga

  6. Still reading. And enjoying your flair and acerbic views!

  7. sooper i say!! :)

  8. thnks nanja….i cannot believe you are saying this.

  9. Love coming to your blog every now and then… here’s something that a friend gave me. I thought I’d pass it on to you too… http://wp.me/pDvVG-5j keep blogging!!

  10. A Good write up, I will be sure to save this in my Digg account. Have a good day.

  11. Maga lai…superr maga!!!

  12. THIS IS A FANTASTIC THING WHICH AHS BEEN INTRODUCED I M LOVIN IT………….THANK U FOR THIS WONDERFUL

  13. MESSAGE

  14. YEEEEEEEEE

  15. :) ;)

  16. Hey dude missing your post….

  17. I landed up on your site while googling “Meghe Dhaka Tara”. Loved that piece (though I won’t tell you whether I agreed with your criticism of Ghatak or not), loved the rest of the story, and loved everything else that I have read so far. And of course I’ve Ctrl+D’d your site and will have to come back to if! Question: Have you published? If yes, details please. If not, will you? Because I still love the printed words on paper.

  18. Hi prabhir
    thanks for your compliments. and ha ha…am sure you are a fan of ghatak. no, not published anything yet. would love to if anyone expresses interest

  19. Donraja…you rock, i say!


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