The Crooked Cockroach

Maha Purush…the Indian “Super” “Man”

Posted in Uncategorized by cready on November 2, 2009

Not much to write here; I know the awesomeness of this video will render my writing about it totally worthless. Just see the video, and I know you too will agree.

After watching this, I hope you too will have developed a newfound respect for Govinda [like me]. No wonder he became a Lok Sabha MP [ = ‘Maha Purush’ again!] from Virar after the 2004 general elections.

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Ten observations

Posted in Uncategorized by cready on October 25, 2009

A few quick observations –

1] Dialogue –
Jeetendra : Chot lagi? [Did you get hurt?]
J(o)ya : haan [Yes]
Jeetendra : Kahaan? [Where?]
J(o)ya : bataa nahi sakti..[oops, I can’t tell you..]
The way she joyfully frolics around later made me feel as if she’s actually trying to seduce him by the raunchy ‘bataa nahi sakti..‘ line.

2] Lyrics –
Ooi amma
Ooi amma

Ooi amma
Ooi amma
Mushkil yeh kya ho gayi
Tere badan mai..toofan ootha toh
saadi hawa ho gayi…!
Based on this, I feel in this movie either Jeetendra is playing the role of a sexually frustrated a-hole seeing a woman after a long time or the writer of this song was going through a really rough phase in his marriage when he penned this.

3] Jeetendra’s outfit looks like a jogging suit.

4] Both dance with indescribable elegance.

5] From 0.51 to 0.54, it seems like he’s humping her.

6] Jayaprada keeps making orgasmic sounds throughout the song, albeit in a musical way [No wonder why].

7] Both are excellent at running around. Young people should take inspiration from them.

8] As opposed to the opinion of many ‘experts’, boobs were always a critical part of Indian movies [:O].

9] All Jayas in this world are comical. Its actually a boon, as I see it.

10] I’m so jobless right now [:(]

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Greed….makes you foolish?

Posted in Uncategorized by cready on September 17, 2009

The point is, ladies and gentleman, that greed — for lack of a better word — is good. Greed is right. Greed works. Greed clarifies, cuts through, and captures the essence of the evolutionary spirit. Greed, in all of its forms — greed for life, for money, for love, knowledge — has marked the upward surge of mankind.

—— Gordon Gekko (Wall Street 1987)

Wall StreetWhen I first saw Wall Street last year, and when I heard Michael Douglas uttering those true but evil words, I was left spell-bound [you can have a look at that iconic dialogue here]. It set me thinking. And no matter what you argue, it is true. September 14th marked the one year anniversary of the fall of Lehman Brothers. I have been following this entire crisis and its fall-out like a cold-blooded stalker and I wanted to write something about this for quite some time, but the content of this post finally set me writing. By the way, if you’re a Wall Street fan or a person directly or indirectly hurt by the financial crisis, let me tell you that Oliver Stone is coming up with a sequel to Wall Street which is going to be all about the greed on Wall Street and last year’s meltdown.

Anyhow, President Obama made a speech [1,2,3] on Wall Street on the first anniversary of Lehman’s collapse a few days ago and specifically aimed that greed everyone keeps talking about. Critics have panned the speech and have questioned the actual actions taken as opposed to the fancy words of Obama. In a way, I think its right. There is no point just making philosophical statements and not doing what actually needs to be done. There is plenty of abundance of motivational speakers etc. throughout the world and looking at Mr. Obama’s oratory skills, I have no doubt he’ll make a fortune as a speaker once he steps down as President [like what most Presidents do!]. What needs to be done right now is the execution of some serious proposals.

In light of my previous statement, very few steps have actually been taken to correct the mistakes that happened and punish/restrain the guilty whose actions almost literally brought down mighty America. Here is one NY Times op-ed that discusses what actually needs to be done [if you’re a financial markets fanatic, do not miss this] to avoid a repeat.

But what is more shocking is that not one of the chiefs of the rescued [giant] banks was there for the President’s Wall Street visit-cum-speech. You might say that they were purposefully not invited by White House as a mark of rebuttal. Maybe, but I really don’t believe Obama wouldn’t give a speech to the villains in their face and choose to have them watch it on television from their offices. Could they not spare some time for the Government who saved them from near extinction? In this article by Simon Johnson, a professor of Entrepreneurship at M.IT’s Sloan School of Management, he discusses how the bosses of Wall Street have shown a repeat of their reckless behavior. The Wall Street Journal seconds this opinion here.

Maybe the reason why they have been so reckless is because they truly believe next time something like this happens, the common tax payers’ money will come rushing to their rescue once again. I guess it is this ‘we are too big to fail’ American phenomena that is keeping them relaxed. And it makes sense too. Why else did the Government step in to stem the stench this time? Because it knew that if it did not act, the repercussions were going to be unimaginable.

What the dudes seem to have forgotten is that in spite of all the safety measures, America did let Lehman fail. Only then did it step up its gears. Lehman [then the 4th largest bank in U.S] had gone to them begging for money and they were denied aid. Who knows who it will be next if such a situation arises? If the chiefs of these banks are so stupid to not attend such an important event and make it glaringly obvious and arrogant in the eyes of the public, I just hope they do get a severe punishment for their indifference and casual laid back attitude in some way or the other.

Because greed might have marked the upward surge of mankind, but plain foolishness should and definitely will not.

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Funny adult movie names

Posted in Uncategorized by cready on August 18, 2009

I was watching F.R.I.E.N.D.S some time ago, and that was when the idea for this post struck me. This sitcom makes a hell lot of fun of pornography in general, and I just thought it would be a cool idea to list down some immensely funny adult movie names. So, here’s a list of 15 such ridiculous titles. Enjoy!

1] Forrest Hump

2] Romeo in Juliet

3] Schindler’s Fist

4] ET : The extra testicle

5] Shaving Ryan’s privates

6] The loin King

7] The Sperminator

8] You’ve got Male

9] Nutting Hill

10] Die Hard-on

11] The Shawwank Redemption

12] Breakfast on Tiffany

13] My Big Lebowski

14] Star Whores

15] American Booty

Man, being a pornographer is no piece of cake. The world is just too harsh for his creativity with all this mocking, isn’t it [;)]? If only he applied his brains to his art!

Courtesy : Google, obviously. I just hope these films actually exist and are not names merely due to someone moron’s imagination.

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Dhan tana na!

Posted in Uncategorized by cready on August 13, 2009

I already posted a promo clip of the genius song from ‘Kaminey’ yesterday. Now here’s another video about the making of ‘Kaminey’ from NDTV [sadly, I couldn’t embed it here]. Seems I can’t get enough of Priyanka Chopra. Watch it where she zooms her moped into the camera crew and falls down with Shahid Kapoor while shooting. Enjoy! Btw, it’s almost 20 minutes long; I’m just warning you.

Oh and the film has begun getting rave reviews already. Watch for this one from Taran Adarsh.

In more serious news, the UID [Unique Identification Number] project is on in full swing and the first lot shall be made available in 12-18 months from now, according to this report. It’s being said the with it, the Government will save over Rs. 20,000 crore [that’s huge!] by eliminating fake/duplicate IDs used presently under various Government schemes.

Man, I’m going ‘Dhan Tana na’ for both ‘Kaminey’ and UID!!

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