"there has to be a moral?"
"no! you have to start at the beginning."
sigh. btw, i <3 teaching. it's such a rush.
HEAD STARTS. HEADS START. STARS!! STARS!!
I've been making rounds of some high level government offices this past week. I misplaced my PAN card, so all I have is my JNU student ID. Each time I flash it, I elicit a reaction. Sometimes an awkward laugh, sometimes additional scrutiny, sometimes a conversation about what I do there. Each time I have to show it, I prepare myself for a reaction. With indignation and pride.
Never been proud of alma mater before now. :) It's kind of cool.
There's this argument:
1. X was charged with something atrocious.
2. X was tried through due process of law for doing something atrocious (because democracy bitches).
3. X's trial may or may not have been fair.
4. A, B and C as citizens of a country question X's trial process.
Or there's the other argument:
1. X is a terrorist. X blew up things.
2. X got hanged (because democracy bitches).
3. A, B and C support X.
4. A, B and C deserve to be hanged too.
Yes, let's replace debate with rhetoric. That way, we don't really have to expect answers and less of us will have a headache.
*goes back to dancing naked, having safe sex and drinking alcohol not gaumutra*