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Friday, 19 November 2010

Loving 1-liners from Mr. R. jhunjhunwala to Rajdeep Sardesai

How vocaly belligerent and attacking a person can be without usng abusive language at all ?

This started with an unwanted , hypocritical tweet on twitter from @sardesairajdeep to Mr. @jhunjhunwala on #barkhagate issue and that is

@jhunjhunwala i think you should stop misusing twitter to spill out bile. get a life


After that following are the replies of Mr. @jhunjhunwala to @sardesairajdeep

@sardesairajdeep I don't need twitter advice from a guy who logs in for just a few minutes everyday for the sake of promoting his Shows.

@sardesairajdeep And if you or anyone else has a problem with what I have to say then you can pucker up and KISS MY ASS.

@sardesairajdeep Or is it that you've got your ass punted out so many times by Arnab Goswami that all of a sudden you like Barkha Dutt .

@sardesairajdeep You don't have the balls to cover Barkha's tapes on your channel but when I tweet about it you have a problem.

@sardesairajdeep Also you don't EVER tell me what to tweet.This is the Internet.Its for adults.You can stick with your PG rated programs.

@sardesairajdeep Moreover,you may be this big hot shot journalist but that means SHIT to me.I'm not scared of your chicken shit ass.

@sardesairajdeep You can meet me on the street.I will beat your ass till all that hair turns white and your body dehydrates into fish food.

@sardesairajdeep You are like the preacher who buggers the altar boy in the vestry and then rages against gays in his Sunday sermon.

@sardesairajdeep Here's the thing SHITHEAD - Are you protecting Barkha because you too have links with Nira Radia?

@sardesairajdeep And if you even try to block me,I'll show up at your Headquarters.Scream this into your head & then WHOOP YOUR ASS.

@sardesairajdeep Come to Mumbai,I'll give you 1 tight slap.All your shaan patti will come out.

@sardesairajdeep The only reason you even went to Network 18 was because you were too stupid to Take Barkha's top position at NDTV.

Oye! @sardesairajdeep .Bhaag gaye kya? Where are you.


Looks like that Chicken Shit Rajdeep Sardesai has disappeared.Fine,I'll kick his ass later.See you folks later :D & 3...2...1....OUT

Note: @sardesairajdeep is known news anchor in CNN IBN and @jhunjhunwala is  comical fake profile of a well known billionaire investor.

link is here http://twitter.com/jhunjhunwala

Sunday, 7 November 2010

Great Story of Wilma Rudolph from a paralytic woman to the fastest woman

Wilma Rudolph was born into a poor home in Tennessee. At age four, she had double
pneumonia with scarlet fever, a deadly combination which left her paralyzed with polio.
She had to wear a brace and the doctor said she would never put her foot on the earth.
But her mother encouraged her; she told Wilma that with God-given ability, persistence
and faith she could do anything she wanted. Wilma said, "I want to be the fastest woman
on the track on this earth." At the age of nine, against the advice of the doctors, she
removed the brace and took the first step the doctors had said she never would. At the
age of 13, she entered her first race and came way, way last. And then she entered her
second, and third and fourth and came way, way last until a day came when she came in
first.

At the age of 15 she went to Tennessee State University where she met a coach by the
name of Ed Temple. She told him, "I want to be the fastest woman on the track on this
earth." Temple said, "With your spirit nobody can stop you and besides, I will help you."
The day came when she was at the Olympics and at the Olympics you are matched with
the best of the best. Wilma was matched against a woman named Jutta Heine who had

never been beaten. The first event was the 100-meter race. Wilma beat Jutta Heine and
won her first gold medal. The second event was the 200-meter race and Wilma beat
Jutta a second time and won her second gold medal. The third event was the 400-meter
relay and she was racing against Jutta one more time. In the relay, the fastest person
always runs the last lap and they both anchored their teams. The first three people ran
and changed the baton easily. When it came to Wilma's turn, she dropped the baton. But
Wilma saw Jutta shoot up at the other end; she picked the baton, ran like a machine,
beat Jutta a third time and won her third gold medal. It became history: That a paralytic
woman became the fastest woman on this earth at the 1960 Olympics.