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Rosh lampoons Company Policy again, when his quarterly pay review delivers no increments.
Funny business management story with retold jokes on company policies...
Using funny equations, Satyadev shows that complementary relationships exist between men who earn money & women who spend money.
Making them both donkeys... Joke.
Count Lev Nikolayevich Tolstoy influenced Gandhi & helped shape India’s non-violent resistance movement.
Russian philosopher & political thinker Leo Tolstoy …
We're all cracked pots, but can still be useful.
The parable of the cracked pot teaches Rosh that succeeding despite our imperfections can lead to fulfillment.
“Master the Diderot Effect”, Rosh said simply, “Diderot’s story had a lesson. That poverty has its freedoms; opulence has its obstacles.”
“Hundreds of years before Diderot, Kabir preached the same message. That less is more. Be happy as you are. मन लागो मेरो यार फकीरी में (mann laago mero yaar fakiri mein).”
owLying works, and is good for us. When we do it well, we get what we want. If we don't get what we want, we know that we need to improve on our lying skills. More lying practice is needed. That's why we lie all the time.
Tests conducted in 2002 by Feldman, showed that students told three lies on average per ten minutes of conversation.
Informative story on how to drive to the conditions.
Conditions of the road, of your car & yourself, and of traffic & hazards around you.
Good driving habits...
“Unlike many other countries, insurers in New Zealand are almost free to insure or refuse to insure anyone they choose.”
“No Kiwi has a right to insurance, and the insurance industry is free to refuse your application or cancel your policy at its whim. It does not have to provide reasons or justification.”
"Eggs are full of goodness anyway, like proteins, vitamins A,B,D and E, lots of minerals and those very important good-for-you fatty acids."
"But why do you keep eggs in a fridge Ma?" Hosh asked as they sat down to eat the French toasts he had just cooked under her supervision, "Will they not keep outside?"
"This layer, called the cuticle or bloom, is still wet when the egg emerges, but quickly dries after a few minutes."
"This stops bacteria from getting inside the shell and reduces moisture and carbon dioxide loss from an egg which could degrade the egg quality."
"Whoopsie," he uttered, as he dropped an egg on the kitchen floor.
"Get salt and give it a good sprinkle," said Isha, "It'll clean up pretty easy. Use salt to scour non-stick pans too, instead of detergent."
"Sunny side eggs are eggs that aren't flipped over when the white portion is fried on one side. So the yolk looks like a sun and is beautifully saucy."
"If you flipped them over when the bottom side was fried and cooked them further depending on your mood on the day, you can get between Over easy to Over hard versions."
"Depending upon the size of the egg, an egg contains about 75 calories or 310 kilojoules."
"But it also has a significantly high satiety effect so you feel fuller for longer – good news if you are dieting."
"To avoid shells cracking when you boil them," she said, "take eggs out of the fridge and bring them to room temperature first. I suggest letting them sit at room temperature for about half an hour before using."
"In baking too, eggs are better used at room temperature."
Thrilling Story: Encounter in the alley
A father returns to his estranged son after six years. But the son has learnt to survive without him.
Can they reunite?
"Pa," Hosh suddenly asked. "Do we have a right to Euthanasia?"
"That is an interesting question," Rosh answered between bites. "Why do you ask?"
Funny story: Exciting period.
Rosh is excited by the buying opportunity created by UK Government support of Northern Rock but Isha finds other jokes exciting.
Executive decisions screw the minions regardless of who is at fault.
A dictator’s minister avoids being mauled by dogs, but Rosh is dubious of the story message...
“But it only cost $24,” Isha was explaining, “much better value than your beer would have been.”
“Beer would have made you look better at night than your cold cream,” Rosh was furious.
Hosh dreams of the five little monkeys, constantly jumping off the bed and bumping their heads, when Rosh teaches Hosh counting, by singing an old nursery rhyme...
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