Why Trump is helping us?

Trump is helping us because he is calling the bluff for everyone to show the true colors.

The two videos below will show what I mean in a hilarious way.



Breaking News: New research finds Dinosaurs lived in Vallamkulam in 1819!

The researcher is me. Before you wanna pick up stones to hurl at me, hear me out please!

I had described the year 1819 in the post ‘Long Story Short’ as so old that dinosaurs roamed the earth then.  None of my readers thought I indeed stumbled upon some piece of evidence to support my claim. So what could have been my Vallamkulamsaurus in Nature, Newsweek and Time never got that far.

“Dinosaurs in 1819 ? Are you sure ?”

“Well, figuratively speaking…”

Finally an email hit the nail right on the head.

“Thought I should point out a small (read, large, Himalayan, dinosaurian, etc.) mistake  before it gets noticed externally: The 4th paragraph says “These are the times when dinosaurs roamed the earth, a ballpark timeline for the history aficionados…” while referencing 1819 in the previous para.

I suppose it is meant to indicate that the Chathoth family dates back many years, but comes across as an inaccuracy in the text. Perhaps it would be better removed, as it should not take away from the extensive research you have dedicated to creating the site.”

Clearly the author doesn’t believe in my extensive research finding! Dinosaurs in Vallamkulam in 1819? Bunch of baloney!

Before further damage was done, I expunged objectionable scientific claim from the post.

A few years back while I was dealing with a company in North Carolina, Julie, the rookie Customer Service Rep used to refer to the oldies to me as dinosaurs. It became a funny expression and whenever I was looking for an older person, I would ask: “Any dinosaurs around there today?” And she might go, ” Well, this one is gone, but let me check…”

It is an interesting usage of the word as shown below. http://www.yourdictionary.com/dinosaur

Dinosaur (noun)

  1. someone who resists change or is old-fashioned.

    An example of a dinosaur is the person in the office who still sends messages by fax.

True, I had taken a little too much liberty with the word in my sentence. And for that, hurl those stones right at me. Ouch!

A million dollars – free give away, act before it is too late!

Have you ever wondered what you would do if you won a million dollars?

Well, you had better make up your mind.

If I had a million dollars is a famous song that lists a bunch of things the narrator would buy for his sweetheart. Thank God I had heard this song and had thought out a plan for myself, just in case I ever won a million dollars!

And guess what! I found out early this morning that I had indeed won $1 million dollars, which is about 5 crore rupees. Sweet!

Here is why making up your mind quickly could come handy. I am going to give it all away. No matter how rich you are, there is always the chance to touch your less fortunate neighbors. On the other hand, you may be looking for some money for a project of yours. In either case, shoot me a comment below here and your the money could be yours. First come, first served.

Here is the song that inspired me. Let it play in the background, put on your thinking caps and…..

……remember to post your projects today. That is important!

125 years old! Patriarchs speak!!

Here is a 125 years old man!

Just kidding?

Yes, and no!

I mean, I have butted heads with people born couple of centuries back! Around 1890 to be precise! That includes all of the patriarchs of Chathoth Vallamkulam family!

The essence of life is memories, isn’t it?

I have memories- actual or vicarious – as old as 1890s.

Now, here is the question? Who doesn’t like to hear stories?
If you are one of them, let me know, and I will have to re-calibrate my story-telling drive.

Otherwise, I will be posting a few hitherto unpublished real stories in the days to come.