It has been quite long time (around 13 years since) I left that school but still the bad things about that school keeps coming back in my mind and make me feel bad and my hate for that school keeps going up. So I decided to write about it, this makes me feel better. I don’t want to tell these things in person to anyone because people might not agree with me as its one of the finest school our city.
The hate for my school was due to the bad, incompetent teachers and their unfair nature towards me. The PT teacher for instance, I still don’t know what my fault was that day when he asked me to stand there in corner in punishment and did not let me play. On every Wednesday the last two periods were games period, we all waited for it the whole week and enjoyed it most with our friends playing games. That day our teacher gave us football to play and while everyone was spreading in the field, he calls me. I heard him and immediately turned back and as I was going towards him there was that football in my way and as normal reflex any kid will have, I lightly kicked that football out of my way. Not too hard that it would go out of reach of anyone, just enough to move it out of my way. Now I was standing infront of him, thinking what he wanted from me, he asked me to stand there in corner. After one period (45 mins) he let me go after saying sorry. I said sorry and left. I asked my friend what was the reason I was punished? He said maybe because you kicked that ball? WTF
One a second occasion, it was the day of PT test and the marks would get into our report cards so it was a serious test Out PT teacher was thinking what to do to take test. He was incompetent and not able to decide what task to give to students to do for the PT test. He had some favorite students in the class which he favored and gave more attention. He asked them and one of them said that lets have “push ups” as the test. The one who does more number of push ups in one minute get more marks. That bastard said this because he was quite good at it and for normal students like me in the class, we had never done push ups in our life. We were going to get bad marks for sure. Anyway the test began and I saw them how they were doing it. When my turn came up, I did fairly good but after 20 seconds the boy who was counting push ups pointed that my knees were always touching the ground and I am doing it wrong way. He laughed and made fun too. So in all I lost half of the time and last 30 seconds were only given to me, still managed to get passing marks but I still hate the PT teacher for that day.
PT teacher, his fav. Selected team of monkeys and that chap counting push ups, if you are reading this be ashamed of what you did and may God shower you with loads and loads of crappy miserable days in your life.
Not much, it’s the same old me who spend New Year browsing funny images and watching shows on the internet. Everything is same but there are few things that I won’t see this year that I had to see in 2013 and I am very happy about it. Here goes the list:
Exams: I am so happy that I won’t have to see the face of examination hall now, completed my MCA in 2013 and that’s it. I quit studying because honestly I just hate cramming books for passing exams, I like to learn from real world and things that are actually useful in life. I hated algebra (well anything in math’s subject that included English alphabets and special characters) and I have never found any use of it till now in real life. I am looking for expanding my business or maybe get a job for some time and plan the expansion while doing the job as a backup.
Stupid people: Till late 2013 I was in company of few stupid people and I am glad that I realized their stupidity and its bad consequences on me. I don’t like breaking contacts so I have created a limit on interactions with these people and hope I won’t see them often now onwards. These people always tried to bully, cheat, annoy, do conspiracy and what not. Good riddance!
Sore throat: Credit goes to my friend Dr.Smita for prescribing me an antibiotic which worked great for my sore throat problem which always occurred in winters. Earlier I tried everything, consulted many doctors but this sore throat has always made my life hell. But thanks to this new medicine, sore throat is not an issue anymore.
Tablets bridge the computing usability gap between smartphone and laptop. Some tablets come with SIM card slots and calling facility too. Screen size of these tablets range from 7 inches to 12 inches, and like smart phone where manufacturers have found a sweet spot of 4.5 inch screen which is a balance between too large and too small, in case of these tablets its yet to be found. However there are more of 7 inch tablets and very few of them above 10 inches in the market. I think a sweet spot can be around 8 inches and that reminds of new Lenovo tablets.
Lenovo India recently launched a new range of tablets called Yoga. Now as the name suggest, this tablet have a footer attachment that can flex to provide almost unlimited viewing positions! Tablets are all about computing on the go and if it can’t adjust to your environment, its better to carry a laptop. Yoga tablet provide wider screen gives freedom from pinch to zooming every time you want to read text and with its foldable base, it can be placed on desk at perfect viewing angle.
Keeping the Yoga tablet on desk like a photo frame looks very good, just keep a screen saver of your home photos and it also works as a digital photo frame. I have found another great use of that base, and that wall hanging! Yes you can also hang this yoga tablet easily on a wall, all you need is to make slit on the wall that snugly fits the base and just inset the base into this slit. Below is the pictorial view of the same:
First we create a slit on the wall. It does not have to be very deep, just deep enough to take the base of the tablet. Important thing to remember is that slit should be of just the right thickness, if it does not fit the base snugly, your tablet may fall off. Also if you give a slight taper inside, it will be helpful in sliding it in and out.
End result is below after placing the tablet on wall:
At the day of Eid this year I really appreciated how my SBI bank’s ATM near Muslim area was especially loaded with brand new printed currency. They knew that we will withdraw for giving “eedi” this day and not for eid shopping and it’s a trend to give new untwisted notes this day to children as eedi.
However few days before Eid I was shopping and skipped this ATM due to long queue there and went to other one of the same bank but different branch. This one was little far but I knew there won’t be a long queue there. But on reaching the stop I found out of two ATM machines only one was working. I went for the one which was working and 3 people were standing already for their turn. A man comes and ask the guard for the banks IFSC code. The guard tells him to wait till he gets the code. These codes are usually written inside the notice board of bank in bold and this person surely was new. This person happen to be standing in front of the ATM machine which was not working. Suddenly a bank employee enters the ATM room in a hurry and shouts, “everyone out, one machine is closed and I am going to close the second one too”. These were his words in a very rude fashion. He also gave some lecture to the person waiting for IFSC code that why was he standing in front of a closed machine. I was not offended by all this scene created by this bank employee but I thought what the need of this rude behavior? No one is the queue was abstaining from moving out and certainly no sane person would still stand there to stare at blank ATM machine screen. I feel sorry for the people who lose their temper unnecessarily. Being polite does not cost anything, but earns you respect.