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I’ve Got Brain On The Brain

I don’t want to be too obvious, but the elaborate network nestled up in the skull, a.k.a the brain, is so very amazing. We have a whole course at college devoted to designing logic circuits, wherein we assemble electronic components to realize logical actions/decisions. It takes relatively so much time to design physically what the… Continue reading I’ve Got Brain On The Brain

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The Rant Of An Off-colour Adolescent

When I was seven, I read a Noddy story written by Enid Blyton. Mr. Plod, the Toyland policeman, has to spend some time recovering in the hospital, and all the other toys go out of their way to make it easier for him – they bring him flowers, greeting cards and tools. I remember wishing… Continue reading The Rant Of An Off-colour Adolescent

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My Grammar Nazism Riles Them Up

English is a pretty fluid language, and keeps evolving to keep in tune with the fast pace with which our world is changing. But even an evolved grammarian has to take notice of some typos that run amok everywhere.I mean, there is a LOT of difference between ‘He passed by now,’ and ‘He passed away… Continue reading My Grammar Nazism Riles Them Up

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Mountains and Metaphors

Ever since I visited Mount Titlis a few years ago, I’ve found that places with mountains are my favourite places to vacation in. They have this mysterious, impressive air about them, and their gargantuan proportions really do take my breath away. Also, I absolutely adore¬†cold weather, so it’s easy to understand why I love mountainous… Continue reading Mountains and Metaphors