the old woman: In the evening of the fire Mr. Raychaudhuri was
an adult video involving a pakistani lady and a
caucasian guy. How would
he know that soon the building would go up in
the hindu guy: I guess Mr. Raychaudhuri, from time to time keeps track
of who is doing
whom and how.
the old woman: A corrupt counter-merito coach would keep talented
on the sidelines match after match after
match, and then declare
you are too old to play, or put him in for a
few minutes when he is really
demoralized and not able to give his best,
the coach then declares, see
this is why I kept you out!
the hindu guy: Such coaches should be sacked forthwith, and banished
to botswana or
maine. But, why should maine or botsowana take
the old woman: I am a colored athlete, but I am not treated at par
even with noncolored
nonathletes, why should I run for my country
- many athletes in different
countries would be feeling this way, when
they are not treated fairly for
the hindu guy: An independent category of competition would be
necessary in the olympics,
sort of like countryX independents, countryY
independents, etc. - so that the
audience can quickly note that these are
follks that don't want to bring
glory to their country that doesn't treat them
the old woman: Wow! Hilarious visual - here comes the contingent from
the kingdom of
ekballpore, led by their world famous weight-
lifter mr. twoballski in front
of the king ekball loyalists. And, voila,
here are the ekballpore independents,
the under-respecteds that are running for
themselves. They are in different
costumes, colors galore, carrying their
sticks, and batons, and umbrellas,
and little posters - how interesting!
the hindu guy: Well, they have their right to display the variety of
their individual spirits.
Interesting that the olympics allowed them to
question the concept of nationhood
in such an explicit way! Amazing!
the old woman: Apparently, the ekball loyalist police and police
their underwater wives when the husbands
would be away
at work, thus drying them up. So, when the
husbands would return
from work in the evening they would get no
confort at all! For a
long time, the hubbies did not realize what
was happening, when
they did they became "independents".
the hindu guy: Wow! The underwater domain is really tricky! Then there
of the halfjohnry, who would be doing both
underwaters and overwaters.
the old woman: Many of their families got broken up, children unloved
the social fabric got disrupted. At the
same time, the "independents" were
not given equal opportunity to 'disrupt',
the hindu guy: Possibly they got continuously watched and monitored,
lest they reciprocate.
Finally they got fed up and said what the
heck, we don't want to run with them!
the old woman: The state secretly obtained copies of their home and car keys,
bank lockers, forced access to their bank accounts, and used
such accesses for rendering information and non-information harm.
the hindu guy: Sounds worse than what happens in some corrupt third world countries!
the old woman: The guy with number 19 shirt among the loyalists
did the daughter of the guy in the yellow shirt among
the independents - threatening to kill her dad if she
told him. In fact, he was wearing a fake cop uniform
to scare her.
the hindu guy: That's despicanle - and the guy is allowed to run in the
olympics, he is a blackmailer! I guess ekball gives him protection.
the old woman: In a sense, the olympics was viewed as a celebration of the
forces of the king ekball types, and not that of the sporting
spirit. The forces of ekball continuously bugged the homes
and the premises of the "independents" with a policy of not letting them rise, and the "loyalists" silently supported the
the hindu guy: Sort of like an exercise in world events faking - as if nothing is wrong. Letting sports animations compete. I would be better of
playing my video games!:-)
the old woman: Apparently, the forces of ekball used to set fire to the homes
of the 'independents' for fun, or pass carbon monoxide through
targeted a/c systems, and then mandate using bug-filled smoke/co
detectors, and get a cut from the smoke-detector companies' sales.
the hindu guy: Quite a scheme! No wonder the 'independents' are running separetely
from the loyalists!
the old woman: The guy in number 99 shirt and the man in brown jersey
had coauthored a paper while working on a project, with
very little contribution from 99. But, the company acknowledged the 99, but not the brown! Rather unsporting,
I must say.
the hindu guy: Indeed unsporting. Do you mean to say that ekballpore company
could be connected to the ekball's arsonists?!
the old woman: What do you think, a scenario where a guy with 1% contribution
wears shirt #99, what will he do with the rest of his time -
he would naturally engage with the forces of ekball in various
the hindu guy: Amazing! I guess the non-hands-on leg waving top functionaries
of the company encouraged that kind of situation.
the hindu guy: On the issue of bug-filled smoke detectors, it appears to
me that the forces of ekball lied to the ekballpore citizens
by putting to undeclared use a stated-purpose device. Don't they have any safeguards against such life-theft situations?
the old woman: What safeguards - everything runs on ekball's wishes in
ekballpore. Yes, typically, such undeclared use of stated-purpose
gadgets should be totally illegal! It is being rumored that
the wives of some ekballpore citizens would secretly communicate
with the forces of ekball thru the smoke detectors, during their husbands' absence.
the old woman: Hopefully, this open partition between the 'loyalists'
and the 'independents' on the olympics arena helps shed
some light on the surreptocracy ekballpore has turned into,
and promotes a more open democracy.
the hindu guy: Yes, an interesting demonstration against the tacit assumption
that 'slaves should have no walls' since the days of Athens
or even before!
the old woman: G&A (gangrape and arson) situations are often very
complex, but are always associated with threatening,
blackmail, terrorizing, and pressuring. an A can happen
as a revenge againgst G, or to increase the pressure
created with the G, or even to create a sense of balance
to protect the participants in the G.
the hindu guy: I guess the state secret aspect derives from differential
protection scenarios in some G&A situations, as opposed to
others, where harsh punishments are meted out.
the old woman: The level of counter-meritocracy and information racism that
Mr. Raychaudhuri apparently saw makes us look like a communist country. Sort of like two communist countries fighting it out
in London! :-)
the hindu guy: Interestingly, some of the earlier communist countries of eastern europe are doing much less spectacularly this time - does communism enhance excellence in sports?
the old woman: Irrespective of if an athlete is from a communist
system or not, individual/team winners always deserve
to be celebrated and supported. But, attaching too much
importance to their national identities creates an adverse
judgement agaigst the countries that did not win a medal.
the hindu guy: True, a worthless individual from a medalled nation starts
feeling superior to an overachiever from the non-medalled.
the old woman: We were earlier discussing G&A situations, it wsa a very
relevant topic. Oftentimes, women from the minority communities are 'allowed' to suffer from one or more G
situations, and the perpetrators are protected by the police.
Sometimes, such protections could be covered up by a huge
diversionary tactic like an arson or a war, involving
the hindu guy: So, you mean to say, if you root cause that kind of a war
or arson, it's just to protect a few G&A thugs.
the old woman: The trail of counter-meritocracy leading up to the
source of G&A terror makes sense. Typically, the gangrapist types would not 'succeed' individually, they go in a gang and subdue a woman with threats and
pressure. They lack merit, yet they want to succeed through a terrorist method.
the hindu guy: Draws a parallel to a workplace where lower merit
workers steal and sabotage the work of high merit
engineers, and keep the latter out of work to reduce competition.