[Assam] What a shame! YOUR Qs ANSWERED IN CAPS
Jyoti Kumar Das
jkdas_2002 at yahoo.com
Sat Oct 14 02:00:13 EDT 2006
Good to see that some wisdom and sense has prevailed
upon you and now you are probably begining to sound
mature enough so that we can have a proper discussion,
in assamese it is called "Haitha Maatit Poreese".
Realization came to you very fast and as we say if you
can't beat them, join them. So slinging a "blob of
mud from behind" is that all it takes to drive
everyone out of their insanity "hot-air balloon".
Now the so called learned veterans of Assamnet with
daggers drawn are singing praise for Momy.
Mr. Dilip Deka also raised a challege who is going to
"test" this person, who dare to stand up and raise her
voice against the self-styled guardians of the coveted
Assamnet. Do you think this is a wise call? Or are you
brothers in league?
Can you even identify who you are on the net, I don't
even know if your real name is "Chan", sounds Chinese
to me. Continuing on the same note, your concept of
"Jilikabo Luitor Paar" is long vanished into thin air.
Neither can you be called a "Khaarkhuwa Asomiya".
Don't get me wrong, I no longer cherish that dream. I
don't think you or I are in a position to do that
either "saat saagar tero nodi paar kori aahile jetia".
I choose not to participate in each and every topic
that is raised in the Assamnet, but I do read about
it. I agree, I do learn a lot. The lengthy comments
and snide remarks from other learned members, like
yourself, almost gagged in their thoughts ("Bere Saale
Kubabo logia hol keloi") and wrote sentences demeaning
Momy is really uncalled for. Don't you think that is
a personal attack? Why are you afraid of confrotation
and when you very well know you have done wrong. Or is
it? "Gongatoop to hoi manuhak dekhuwai laav naai,
nohoi janu?"! Lets not pretend what we are not.
Mr. Chan can you tell me how cool is cool? Its is
local dailect which you picked up (from your children
or from the streets) staying in this part the world
you are in. Dilbert meaningles cartoons is what
inspires you may be, but not me.
Unfortunately some of the other avid netters are
really making a mockery of their wisdom and are
falling short of being called senile. Assamnet is
probably a good place to hide behind a computer and
say what you like, who cares a damn! "Sahor Dookanar
Adda" is probably the best way to describe it. I
personally having nothing against it, may be its good
for old foggies to socialise.
Nobody termed you or for that matter anybody as a "bad
guy", thats your perception and realizing that you
have your freedom of speech doesn't bother me at all.
You have taken liberties to say things to me when you
don't even know me well. But treat this as a friendly
warning, please limit your comments to yourself, I
never played marbles with you as a child and neither
are you my buddy. "Dhura Shapor Fus-Fusoni Feti
Shapot koiu besi". I hope you are not a "Dhura Shap".
I have no objection if you or for that matter anybody
discussing the present state of affairs of Assam or
for that matter any topic under the sun. This may be a
hobby or an obsession or a favourite past time I don't
know. Go for it gentlemen and probably gloat in it as
well. Yes indeed, I will participate whenever I feel
like it even if it amounts to "randhonik usatai maasor
jhool khuwa". At least it keeps you folks from getting
I don't feel intimidated by your wild threats like "My
most strident ones are usually directed to my erring
peers" - go fly a kite Chan and shove it any where you
like. My vocabulary is also very vast and explicit and
probably better than yours. So don't try to push me.
If you want to talk civily you are always welcome, so
don't consider yourself to be God-Gift to Assamnet or
mankind for that matter.
I am not a black-American and hence my salutation to
you is "NOMOSKAR" and not PEACE BROTHER!
and God bless you too.
--- Chan Mahanta <cmahanta at charter.net> wrote:
> Hello Jyoti:
> Welcome to the hot-air-balloon of assamnet.
> Nice to see that your cold feet warmed up after
> Momy's lead. Goes to show that our women are more
> assertive than many of our men-folk, in spite of
> the traditional misconception that they are the
> 'weaker-sex' and are treated as such by the
> macho-men in our ranks.
> >her are a couple of members in the forum who
> >like to actively participate in >the discussions
> >and keep it going as long as possible.
> *** Isn't that terrible? They hog all that
> bandwith leaving so many others itching to put a
> word in sideways, out in the cold. Bad guys,
> What's more is that these guys also take unfair
> advantage of others like you, because they have
> all that time to WASTE! What is a body to do!
> Life couldn't be more unfair.
> But again, am glad you could get your two cents
> in even if only by getting in thru the gates
> behind Momy .
> >I remember reading a mail from one of the
> >members, who mentioned how active the >forum is
> >and how erring members are "dressed down"
> *** That sounds so very disgustingly arrogant,
> doesn't it? I can guess though who the scoundrel
> could be. My only question here is this: Do you
> remember the context/s in which this villain used
> those words? Or did you forget it, perhaps
> If I remember correctly, it was about uncouth
> people making personal attacks on other netters.
> Wasn't it? Do you think it is improper to do that
> to those who make personal attacks? What would be
> your preferred response? Wait till someone like
> Momy opens the gate and then sling a gob of mud
> from behind that hideout?
> Not cool Jyoti! Not becoming of a bright young
> Oxomiya who our people are banking on to
> "Jilikabo luitore' paar".
> >If there is nothing to contribute from your
> >experience then don't justify your >actions and
> >use words like naivity.
> *** Let us see now--I can't quite understand what
> you are trying to say. Are you suggesting that
> this unnamed villain should not have written a
> sentence like "---You have shown how naive you
> are about some of your assumptions, beliefs and
> expectations, from the few notes you posted
> here"? Would you like to tell us why? Is it a
> personal insult? Is it the wrong word to use?
> That we should keep our mouths shut, like
> yourself for example, while doing a slow-burn;
> even when someone delivers a superficial and
> ill-considered verdict on the quality of this
> forum, while offering little to improve it; as if
> it is some kind of an entitlement; on the way out
> to the door in a huff?
> >Your actions speak for itself, so don't point
> >fingers at others. Remeber when >you point one
> >finger, four of your fingers are pointing at you.
> *** I learn something about new fokora-jwjonas'
> everyday. Is it an ancient Oxomiya one by any
> chance? I am sure it is a philosophically deep
> axiom, even though it sounds more like a recent
> Dilbert cartoon characters' 'colorful but
> meaningless metaphors'.
> > >Momy, you need to stay on and try a "redress"
> the actions on the net.
> *** That is a good advice. I agree with you
> Jyoti, unless ---- unless, you are indulging in
> 'randhonik usotai maasor jwl-khowa' or
> 'usotai-di-rong-swa' while yourself hiding in the
> shadows,like you have been doing.
> **** OK Jyoti--- I gave you a little more
> uttom-modhyom than I usually do to young folks.
> My most strident ones are usually directed to my
> erring peers . Now allow me to offer an
> I know you and many others don't like many of my
> political views about Assam's and India's
> affairs. But instead of speaking your mind or
> offering alternate/opposing views, you folks
> remain timidly quiet, doing a slow burn. As a
> well-wisher of Assam and Oxomiyas, I don't want
> you guys to be like that Jyoti. Oxomiya youth
> must not take things lying down. Do speak up. And
> honest, I or others like me really, really don't
> bite. Our views may be unpalatable to you. But
> you can hold forth views that are better. This is
> a forum for ideas. Present yours. You don't have
> to have a degree in English to write either. No
> one will get on your case for spelling mistakes
> for example.
> But it is not a cool idea to attack those whose
> ideas you don't like, personally. That is crass.
> And it shows gross immaturity. Similarly it is
> not a cool idea to throw in a few slings of mud
> like you did in this post either. Be brave,
> CHALLENGE what you don't like, but don't behave
> like a wimp.
> So, here we are: PEACE BROTHER! And welcome to
> our 'juhaalor-mel' :-). And let us have spirited
> discussions and debates. Who knows it might even
> lead to ACTION, now and then.
> Best to you.
> At 12:12 PM -0700 10/12/06, Jyoti Kumar Das wrote:
> >Dear Momy,
> >I like your spirit, commitment and purpose. You
> >did what I wanted to do a long time back. I
> >noticed this happening earlier as well. Ther are
> >a couple of members in the forum who like to
> >actively participate in the discussions and keep
> >it going as long as possible. Maybe its good
> >for them, but I don't have so much time to
> >indulge and keep a debate / topic of discussion
> >/ or rather a string going (as it is known in
> >the IT world).
> >I remember reading a mail from one of the
> >members, who mentioned how active the forum is
> >and how erring members are "dressed down" and
> >thats exactly whats happening at this moment. I
> >don't see why someone should feel intimidated by
> >confrontation from younger memebers. If you can
> >show reasoning and wisdom of judgement with your
> >experience, please do so. Don't try to dress
> >down members.
> >Momy has raised a valid point, if you can
> >contribute in any way then do so. If there is
> >nothing to contribute from your experience then
> >don't justify your actions and use words like
> >naivity. Your actions speak for itself, so
> >don't point fingers at others. Remeber when you
> >point one finger, four of your fingers are
> >pointing at you.
> >Momy, you need to stay on and try a "redress" the
> actions on the net.
> >Jyoti Das
> >Momy Saikia <saikia_m at hotmail.com> wrote:
> >Hi Momy (HELLO MR MAHANTA):
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