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With immense pleasure, let me announce about the merger of this blog with ഞാന്‍||njaan*. ഞാന്‍||njaan* was started as a Malayalam blog, by ഞാന്‍ – a Malayalam blogger. After the merger (which happened already), ഞാന്‍||njaan* will speak both English and Malayalam. Myself (pR@tz) and ഞാന്‍ will be co-authoring most of the posts at ഞാന്‍||njaan* (both under the same njaan ഞാന്‍||njaan ). We also have two guest authors – amooma and Hari Shanker.

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*We are yet to decide on the name of the blog, until then the name will be ഞാന്‍||njaan.

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The chief minister, V S Achuthananthan starts speaking from the 27-28th second of the video. There are at two places the video is broken (cut). Even the question asked to him is NOT shown [UPDATE0: Imagine how a person will answer to a question like this – “Haven’t Sandeep’s father told you before that not even a dog should enter my house. Why did you go then?“]. In this attempt I am explaining a word-to-word translation and explanation of CM’s statements.

He Starts….[0:28 to 0:43]

കര്‍ണ്ണാടകത്തിലെ chief minister-ഉം പരിവാരങ്ങളും വരുന്നതിന്റെ കൂടെ … അല്ലെങ്കില്‍ അതിനു മുമ്പോ, കേരളത്തിലെ മുഖ്യമന്ത്രിയും മറ്റും കൂടെ വന്നില്ല…. ഒരാളും തിരിഞ്ഞു നോക്കിയില്ല…. അതില്‍ വികാരവിക്ഷോഭിതനായി എന്ന്….

The word-to-word translation,

Along with the Karnataka chief minister and his team…. or even before, the Kerala chief minister didn’t come… everyone from Kerala turned their back…. and he got over it…

The meaning,

Sandeep’s father got emotional over the fact that Kerala Chief minister or his representative couldn’t attend the funeral with or even before the Karnataka chief minister.

Kerala CM resumes speaking after the <CUT> [0:44-0:48]

കര്‍ണ്ണാടകത്തിലെ മുഖ്യമന്ത്രിയും കേരളത്തിലെ മുഖ്യമന്ത്രിയും നമ്മുക്കൊരുമിച്ച് പോകാമെന്ന് ഇവിടെ അറിയിച്ചിട്ടുണ്ടോ?

The meaning,

Did the Karnatka CM had messaged anything to visit the home together?

The controversial part of the footage comes after the next <CUT> [0:49-end]

സന്ദീപിന്റെ വീടല്ലനെങ്കില്‍ ഒരു പട്ടി തിരിഞ്ഞുനോക്കുമോ അവിടെ?സന്ദീപിന്റെ കുടുംബം, സന്ദീപിന്റെ പിതാവ്, സന്ദീപിന്റെ മാതാവ്, സന്ദീപിന്റെ കുടുംബാംഗങ്ങള്‍ എന്നിവരോടുള്ള ഞങ്ങളുടെ attachment…. ഒരു പ്രത്യേകമല്ലേ അത്? അതു മനസ്സിലാക്കുവാന്‍ ഉണ്ണികൃഷ്ണനെപ്പോലിള്ള ഒരു soldier-ന്റെ പിതാവിന് കഴിയേണ്ടതല്ലേ?

Word-to-word translation,

Had it not been Sandeep’s house, not even a dog would have glanced in. Sandeeps family, Sandeeps father, Sandeeps mother, Sandeeps family members, the attachment we have for them… that is very special, right? A soldiers father should have understood those?


Had it not been Sandeep’s house, not even a dog would have glanced in. The attachment we have with Sandeep’s family, Sandeep’s father, Sandeep’s mother, Sandeep’s family members is very special. A soldiers father should have understood those feelings.

Now, please tell me where he (Kerala CM) had insulted Major. Sandeep’s family?. Why ONLY the first sentence in his quote was colored and made in BOLD (in the footage)?

This is where I criticize the media of communist bashing! This is CHEATING! The TimesNOW had cheated ALL OF YOU!

The TimesNOW channel should publish the unedited footage of the interview if they have the minimal ethics/morals a journalist is expected to possess. It is so pity that the media is sensationalizing the issue just to score ahead in viewership by capitalizing the patriotic emotions of people.

I can understand it when non-Malayalam speaking friends criticize the CM, because they can ONLY swallow what TimesNOW says. Let me express by protest against my Malayalee friends who could understand Malayalam very well, consciously and will-fully became a part of this fact-hijacking footage by TimesNOW that too in the name of patriotism. Shame on YOU for capitalizing the fellow country-men’s patriotic emotions for satisfying your anti-communist needs.


Q0. Karat had criticized CM’s remarks, CM had apologized and still what you are blabbering?

Their actions are completely political….just to save their face. My actions are completely personal, to expose the TRUTH, to explain MY STAND!… “I fear no DOGS”

Q1. Are you a Communist?

I am NOT a member of any of the main-stream left party and don’t wish to join, as of now, in the near future. But I am a staunch leftist.

Q2. So you blindly support CPI(M) or CPI for all their actions?

Read Q4. in this FAQ. (scroll down)

I wish if you could read Malayalam, so that you can read this beautiful post.

May be patriotism is the adrenaline rush you get when watching the final overs of a 20-20 match for most of you… that is NOT the same for me and many others!

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HOT UPDATE3: What (exactly) Kerala CM said?

Day 1
Kerala CM, V S Achuthanandan and Kerala Home minister, Kodiyeri Balakrishnan were paying a visit to the house of Major. Sandeep Unnikrishnan, who got killed in the encounter with militants in Mumbai – the whole India is indebted to him and his family. Unfortunately, Mr. Unnikrishnan, father  of Major. Sandeep Unnikrishnan displayed his anguish to Kerala CM and Home minister when they arrived his home. Personally speaking, this wasn’t the right way to behave to a guest, leave the fact that he is the CM of a state. That too it was infront of the media he had insulted Hon. Kerala CM and Hon. Home minister. Yes! I can understand the condition he was going through. His son died for the whole nation. We all accept that fact. I don’t think our CM will have a different opinion.

There was a bug hue and cry from the media and the opposition parties that Kerala government didn’t respect the Major and his family by completely ignoring them. But the fact is that the political secretary of Kerala CM had attended the funeral of Major. Sandeep Unnikrishnan. Well I think Mr. Achuthanandan should have gone directly.

Day 2
Kerala CM, conducted a press conference back in Thiruvananthapuram, where he says, as per the media, “If it had not been Sandeep’s house, not even a dog would have glanced that way. It’s Sandeep’s family and that’s why we went. A soldier’s father should have had the  sense to understand that“.


Question from media: How do you respond to the remarks by slain major. Sandeep Unnikrishnan’s father (“Get out my house, you dogs“)?

And, the CM responded: “We all love Sandeep Unnikrishnan and that is the reason why we went to his house to meet his family. If it had not been Sundeeps house, no dog would have gone there”

Before you sharpen your knife to slay Kerala CM, think of two things.

1. CM too is a normal human with flesh, blood, nerves and emotions just like you and me – maybe weaker than us.

2. CM, aged 85 was insulted BRUTALLY infront of whole world. I don’t think there will be a second opinion regarding this point.

If Mr. Unnikrishnan’s reaction was ‘natural’ to a senior politician holding the most powerful position of a state in India, then CM’s remarks too were natural. I won’t prefer to go to a house where people greet me with abuses. You can see in the video, Mr. Unnikrishnan shouting “തെണ്ടി നാറികളെ… പോടാ… പോടാ” in such an irreverent and arrogant manner, at the Kerala CM and his team. Now, tell me if it were you, what would have been your reaction to such an uncivilized response publicly. Yes, it can still be justified because of his mental state at that time. But with the same reasons, you can justify the Kerala CM too.

Points I want to convey.

1. CM should have attended the funeral of slain Major at the first hand.

2. Mr. Unnikrishnan should have behaved well to the CM at least in front of public who even titled incidence like “Mr. Unnikrishnan kicks Kerala home minister and CM out of his house” – a real cheap attention-grabbing technique which is least expected from the media. He should have at least respected CM’s age. He came all through Kerala to meet Mr. Unnikrishnan. He should have expressed his distress in private.

3. If Mr. Unnikrishnan’s reactions are justified, with the same logic, we can justify CM’s remarks.

4. I was shocked to see people sending mails/scraps regarding CM’s remarks, turning a blind eye towards the incident which happened one day back. C’mon guys, I can understand that you are anti-communists, but if you can justify the actions of a person and crucify another (because he is a Communist) for the same mistake, that’s double standards – and there is a BaD-word in English to call those persons who shows double-standards, which I really don’t want to call you people. Hence, instead of spreading false news, understand the fact that “all are humans“.

1-2 days later, you can see Kerala CM withdrawing his comments and sorrying for the same after being brutally raped by the mother-fucking petty-bourgeoise media. Poor man!

I do expect flames from different sides. Let me make it clear. I do respect Major. Sandeep Unnikrishnan and other soldiers who were and are still in service for their contributions. I also can understand how bad Mr. Unnikrishnan would have felt when Kerala CM couldn’t attend his son’s funerals. But at the same time I condemn the way he handled the situation and also the way media reported it then and now. His expression of anguish to the CM and home minister publicly infront of media, abusing and insulting them was totally uncalled for. CM too should have restrcicted his emotions infront of stupid media who are eagerly waiting for something.

UPDATE0:- Let me make it much more clearer.. :).. I am getting lots of flames…

I will either condemn both of their immature acts or justify both…. and would NOT selectively criticize them based on my political ideology…” the media is busy celebrating the Communist CM’s brutal and inhuman ac (for being late to respond) … But where was our first citizen – Prathibha Patil ??… Did she came back after her tour?

UPDATE1:- more and more clearer…. (sigh! lot more flames!)

Why the media is projecting ONLY this issue? Where were they when

1) The Thakkares disappeared from the terror scene.
2) The first citizen was touring when India was burning.
3) Defense minister too did the same mistake as Kerala CM.

Why ONLY Kerala CM is crucified in this issue? Is it because he is a Communist?

(Shubha-rathri… I got pissed off by when I saw a mail regarding this issue which sounded “CM disrespected the Major”; I couldn’t see anywhere in the news where CM “disrespcted” the major…now they forget who did this “disrespecting” first… double standards!.. I just hate to see blind-anti-communists.)

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Do No Evil….

….says Google.

You do evil and Google will point it out in public. (like diluting philosophies, betraying people, compromising ideologies…. cough! cough!)
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Tagged by Amooma

1. LAST MOVIE YOU SAW IN A THEATER: Dasavatharam. It was the first movie which….. ahem! It is still classified.

2. WHAT BOOK ARE YOU READING: Memories of Midnight by Sydney Sheldon. Again it is the first time I am reading an English fiction.

3. FAVORITE BOARD GAME: Chess, I guess…


5. WORST FEELING IN THE WORLD: When I can’t keep my promise.

6. WHAT IS THE FIRST THING YOU THINK OF WHEN YOU WAKE: Oh! fcuk… its 12!!! 😮 … I am 30 minutes early.

7. FAVORITE FAST FOOD PLACE. I don’t usually go to any fcuking capitalist fast-food shops. It was just last week I went to Pizza hut and Cafe Coffee Day, as there wasn’t much choices.

8. FUTURE CHILD’S NAME. If it is a girl I have more choices – the names of my ex-girlfriends 😉

9. FINISH THIS STATEMENT.”IF I HAD A LOT OF MONEY I’D… have burned it. Potash is a good manure for Coconut trees”

10. DO YOU DRIVE FAST? It is relative; as per my friends I am a very slow driver. But my dad says I am a speedster.


12. WHAT WAS YOUR FIRST CAR? If I am right it is some Ford. It was in my 6th standard, my dad bought me this tiny little car. (From Hotwheels)


14. FINISH THIS STATEMENT, “IF I HAD THE TIME I WOULD… have gone to gym, read books, written blogs, browsed, gone out”


16. IF YOU COULD DYE YOUR HAIR ANY COLOR, WHAT WOULD BE YOUR CHOICE? : A gradient of green, blue and red..

17. NAME ALL THE DIFFERENT CITIES/TOWNS YOU HAVE LIVED IN. : Kollam, Hyderabad,Thiruvananthapuram, Chennai……


19. ONE NICE THING ABOUT THE PERSON WHO SENT THIS TO YOU. : Matching wavelengths, I didn’t had to edit this post much.

20. WHAT’S UNDER YOUR BED? : Dust. I don’t spend much time in my room, only to sleep.



23. FAVORITE PLACE TO RELAX? Anywhere alone.

24. Of all The People You Tagged This To, Who’s Most Likely To Respond First?: Hari Shanker

I am tagging Hari Shanker and ~==[[[ Abhi ]]]==~

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[To whomsoever it may concern: the name of the author/owner of this blog (https://njaan.wordpress.com/ ) is pR@tz and not ‘njaan’, though the author/owner of this blog (https://njaan.wordpress.com/), writes another blog located at http://njaan.blogspot.com/ . Hence, the readers are requested to address the author by the name pR@tz when you refer this blog (https://njaan.wordpress.com/ )]

If I can trust my memory, I first learned about randomness in my 12th standard and it is still one the topics I hate the most. For those people, who are going to attend GATE exams, here is a quick tip from me “better not to attempt questions from probability section; the probability that your answer is wrong is greater than .99“. Doing so will help you to save time for the remaining questions.  Back to the title, this post will be having two sections, the first section is,


Imagine there are 1000 people in a locality, 500 men and 500 women. The probability that a particular man and particular woman will marry (assume that none of them are blood relatives, and everyone SHOULD marry before age of 25!) is less than or equal to 1/500 (that is what I know, I am quite weak in probability). Now, the average sperm-count in the ejaculate of Homo sapiens is about 280 million [1]. And, on an average a healthy women produces about 480 ova in her lifetime. Now, calculate the probability of mating of a sperm among this 280 million (this in fact is much smaller number when compared to the total number of sperms produced by a male during his lifetime, but for the sake of simplicity let us take 280 million) with one of the 480 ova[2]. Even after assuming that, this particular zygote grows into a healthy child, and to a mature Homo sapiens, just see the probability for getting that UNIQUE zygote (or unique individual). There is even randomness during the time when zygote is formed (the crossover, number of crossovers)[3]. That means the probability for you, me and we to live (blog) int his world tends to the value ZERO.

There are two (independent) conclusions for the first section,

(a) You don’t exist at all, because the probability that you were born to earth is ZERO (or near ZERO)

(b) You are really ‘lucky’ to live in this world, hence enjoy to maximum, be productive…….. (not necessarily on bed, I mean to contribute to humankind)

Heads and Tails

Assume that I have tossed an unbiased coin (not the ‘sholay’ coin), the probability to get heads and tails are 50%. Is it just a probability? Is coin tossing always random? I had always thought of coin tossing, just because I don’t want to study probability, even the questions on probability confuse me a lot.

When I toss the coin what happens is, the coin rotates about an axis parallel to its diameter, moves up and comes down because of gravity and makes a number of turns about the axis. The outcome, head or tail, is determined by the initial face and the number of turns it made. The number f turns it made depends on rotational speed of the coin about its axis and the distance through which it moves (let us assume that it is equal to twice the maximum height it reaches in magnitude)

Let us see the various factors (not necessarily independent) affecting the outcome of coin-tossing,

  1. Initial position of the coin – whether it is the tail/head side horizontal to the ground or is it inclined at an angle.
  2. Force with which the coin is tossed – the force I apply to toss the coin determines the rotational speed of coin and the maximum height it reaches.
  3. Point at which I apply the force – or the way you hold the coin while tossing. It determines the speed, the path of motion of coin through air, the rotational speed of coin and the maximum height it reaches.
  4. Mass of the coin – It also have effects on the maximum height it reaches, the rotational speed.
  5. Ambient conditions – Will affect the viscosity and density of air, which in turn affects the rotational speed and maximum attainable height of the coin.
  6. Location (Equator, Polar regions, Earth, Saturn, Jupiter)- The magnitude of gravitational pull or technically, the acceleration due to gravity will definitely have an effect on the above mentioned parameters.
  7. ………. there will be more, I could find only 6.

Hence we can say that, the outcome of coin tossing is deterministic or near-deterministic. Now you can stop saying, “it’s god’s grace that India won the toss today” because you can Mathematically model the coin tossing process and predict the outcome. There will only be a single outcome for same set of conditions. More the number of factors, your model will become more accurate.

In a similar way you can model whole processes that happens in Universe, which are traditionally called random.

[1] http://www2.oakland.edu/biology/lindemann/spermfacts.htm
[2] http://www.drstandley.com/bodysystems_femalerepro.shtml
[3] http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fertilization#Fertilisation_and_genetic_recombination

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Huit fakten sobre мне ….

Huit (French) – Eight
Fakten (German) – facts
Sobre (Spanish) – about
мне (Russian) – me
Thanks to Google Translate

Last day I got a tag FROM and . I liked this tag a lot, it gives me a chance to “express myself” . Only problem is with the last section where I have to pass on the tag, unfortunately for me, me and abhi have a lot of friends in common and have tagged my potential victims (Hari and Renji).

(To whomsoever it may concern:- my name is pR@tz in this blog, and the name njaan is applicable ONLY when you talk about my blogs at blogspot.com. In the future, please mention me as pR@tz when you mention this blog)

(RED ones are evolved rules)

Eight things I am passionate about (not in any particular order)

  1. Socialism – I am passionate and always dream about a socialist world where everyone are equal, share the resources equally, have same opportunities, there are no rich or poor, no black or white, Indian or Pakistani, no Ezhava or Nair, no Christian or Hindu, but only humans who cooperate, not compete, understand each of their responsibilities to society or mankind (rather than to nation/religion/caste/color/race) without any compulsion and work together as a cluster for the overall development of mankind. The only two classes in that society will be MEN and WOMEN. Every member of that society will get everything to live, there won’t be a controlling body, in fact there isn’t any need of such controlling body as all the people in that society will be rich in gray matter and they know only to cooperate and work together.
  2. GNU/Linux – I am a big fan of GNU/Linux. I firmly believe it is the future. For those people who haven’t tried GNU/Linux for the reason that “GNU/Linux is for geeks; am not a geek“, I feel sorry for the decision you made. Ubuntu is a great distro for new GNU/Linux users. Try the KDE in Ubuntu (Kubuntu) and you will stop saying “hallelu-Windows“. If your hardware supports (no it doesn’t require a hell-load like Vista), try the desktop-effects (compiz-fusion) in GNU/Linux and never say that GNU/Linux is plastic.
  3. Alternate fuels – My passion for alternate energy sources started while I was doing my B.Tech project. I should add, that I wasn’t a bright student during my B.tech era, which means I am not qualified enough even “to think” about alternative fuels and people used to laugh at me when I talked about alternative fuels. For most of them, an electric car or nuclear energy served the purpose of “crude oil substitute”. I am the happiest person in the universe, that I got the chance to research on my favorite topic in my favorite lab in one of the best technical institutes in India, even after being a person who took 5 years to complete his 4 year engineering course!!!
  4. Orkut – I was invited to Orkut (For peoples who are unaware, there was a time when entry to Orkut was available only through invites from already members, those were the times when one will have to explain “What Orkut is” to their friends, but I liked those times because there was no spam, no fake profiles) by my friend Riz. That was just the beginning. Orkut had guided me the right way, many times in my life. One thing I should mention is, it was from Orkut I came to know about “Ace engineering academy” at Hyderabad (yes! it is a free advertisement out of my gratitude), without which I wouldn’t have qualified for GATE or achieved my dreams. I should also add that, I am really unhappy about the present state of Orkut which I will publish in one of my future posts.
  5. Long trips – I would like to go for long trips (not the usual home-institute trips) with a companion who shares similar thoughts, not necessarily the likes, with me. So that we can talk all along the journey, argue over things, transfer the steering to each other when one gets tired, blah blah.
  6. Food – Copied from abhi, eating is a passion for me these days. I am a pure veggie., the only animal derivatives in my diet are honey and milk products. A big fan of paneer dishes, which is the only the rich source of proteins for vegetarians like me.
  7. Sex – I am not sure about the after-effects of listing this passion in my kith-kin circle. I don’t find anything wrong in listing it here. It is a gift by nature to me to get attracted to opposite sex. I should also add that I am not a pervert or a pedophile. I am pretty much sure that it is the same for almost all the people, but most of them doesn’t disclose it because of the fear of criticisms (I am expecting a lot here). People often blabber about the mighty Indian culture when topics on sex are discussed. I seriously doubt, they have no idea about Kamasutra and/or Khajuraho sculptures which even mention different ways of homosexuality and zoophilia. I haven’t and never will go to that extent. I believe that the increased number of sex related crimes in our region is highly related to the taboo attached to it.
  8. Blogging – Again a copy from abhi. It has been two years since I am into the blogosphere. I have started blogging with Yahoo! 360, then to my Malayalam blog ഞാന്‍ and then I started this one and then പടപ്പെട്ടി my photoblog. Right now these are the blogs I am actively participating. I believe that blogging is a strong media and feel sorry when people ignores it social dimension.

Eight things I want to do before I die (not in any particular order)

  1. To build a socialistic world as mentioned in previous section.
  2. One of my short term goal is to help India to be “energy libre”. I feel, at this moment, when I write this blog, India like most of the countries is highly dependent on OPEC for its energy needs. The price of crude oil and war in gulf controls how much an ordinary person should eat, how an ordinary man should travel in India. I wish to see an energy-independent India in near future, and that will be extended to energy-independent people.
  3. To do my PhD and post doctoral studies.
  4. I will buy some land, start cultivating for “food+energy”. A sustainable agricultural method is one of my dreams not materialized yet.
  5. I wish my ex-girlfriends who mercilessly rejected my plea come back to me once so that I can show my middle finger at them and yell “f**k off losers, opportunity knocked your doors, not just once, now go to hell and get f**ked by devil!!!!” (ഹൊ കലിപ്പുകള് തീരണില്ലല്ലാ)
  6. To spread the free software philosophy across the globe and help people from the clutches of proprietary softwares.
  7. To help Firefox to achieve the world record of highest number of downloads a day.
  8. To own a high end digital SLR camera, related accessories and a laptop.

Eight things I say often (not in any particular order)

  1. കോപ്പ് (koppu) – I don’t know the meaning.
  2. മ______ (m——-) – I won’t tell the meaning.
  3. pinnnnaeeee …… I don’t know how to tell the meaning
  4. f**k you a55h01e
  5. എന്നാ ഉണ്ടെഡേ വിശേഷങ്ങള്” (enna undede visheshangalu) – how are you
  6. പോഡെ പോഡെ” (podae podae) –
  7. “യെവെനൊന്നും വേറെ പണിയില്ലേ” (yevanonnum vere paniyillae)
  8. sighhhh!!!

Eight books/blogs/journals I have read recently (not in any particular order)

  1. Combustion and Mass-transfer by Spalding D B, First Edition, Pergamon press, Oxford, 1979
    (Just today I cited this book)
  2. Perry’s Chemical Engineers Handbook
  3. Internal Combustion Engine Fundamentals – Heywood J B
  4. അഭിപ്രായങ്ങള്‍ by സൂരജ് :: suraj
  5. അഞ്ചല്‍ by

Eight songs I would listen over and over (not in any particular order)

  1. When you say nothing at all” by Ronan Keating
  2. Hero” by Enrique Iglesias
  3. Devangangal” (who is the singer), Njaan Gandharvan (Malayalam)
  4. Fear of the dark” Iron Maiden
  5. Appudo Ippudo Eppado” in Bommarillu (Telugu)
  6. Thendrale” in Kadhaldesham (Tamil)
  7. Poi sollakkoodathu kaathalie” in Run (Tamil)
  8. eighth is reserved for the rest of my favorites

Eight things in others that attracts me (not in any particular order)

  1. Intelligence – I admire people with huge amounts of gray matter.
  2. Intellectuality – I love to interact with intellectuals.
  3. Beauty – I do search and love to see beautiful girls around me (though doesn’t value it for any kind of selection, be it friendship or better-half)
  4. Rational/radical thoughts
  5. People with “political sense”
  6. People who are so humble and simple
  7. People who work/talk free softwares and/or GNU/Linux
  8. nothing, I want to sleep

The tag goes to the following

  1. Amooma – muhahahahaha!
  2. Guy in the middle
  3. Anand Henry

ഇത്രേയുള്ളൂ! This should be the longest post I have ever written, both in terms of word count (about 1468 words) as well as in terms of time taken for completion, about 5 hours

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