[Assam] On Fools
cmahanta at charter.net
Fri May 30 21:55:31 IST 2008
I am careful with my words and don't indulge in calling others,
particularly those in public service, however flawed, FOOLs or other
names. I save those words only for EXTREME examples!
This WAS one.
And the entertainment was not in reading about Assam's woes. It was
with the clueless-ness of those entrusted by Indian colonial masters
for Assam's 'uddhar' and the spectacle of its political leaders
who have no hesitation with making fools of themselves, whatever the
That could not possibly have been difficult to understand for anyone
who reads and comprehends this damned English language in its most
ordinary usage. But the need to spin what hurts, I am sure, is a
At 8:44 PM +0530 5/30/08, shantikam hazarika wrote:
>What a pitiable life you must be leading out there, that you have to
>seek entertainment by reading about what is going on in Assam.
>Fortunately, whether you can "believe" or not is of no consequence
>to anyone here. So you can go down beyond calling someone a "Fool",
>and continue to seek your quota of entertainment from here. You will
>have all our sympathies.
>Assam Institute of Management
>PO Box 30, GUWAHATI 781001, India
>HOME PAGE: www.aimguwahati.edu.in
>> Date: Fri, 30 May 2008 09:01:39 -0500
>> To: assam at assamnet.org
>> From: cmahanta at charter.net
>> Subject: [Assam] More on Never Cease to be Entertained
>> The following in Today's Sentinel:
>> Giving up arms a must for peace talks: Gogoi
>> By our Staff Reporter
>> GUWAHATI, May 29: In what could best be termed as setting a
>> precondition for peace talks, Aso
>> *** I can't believe this! Is this an unmitigated assembly of FOOLS or what?
>No Harvard, No Oxford. We are here. Find out !!
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