'(The Blog) With No Name', perhaps best described as a stream of notes and thoughts - 'remembered, recovered and (sometimes) invented'.

Tuesday, July 05, 2005


The Monsoon has brought a spell of steady to intermittent showers and grey to purple skies which has lasted 10 days and counting.

Potholes have opened up all over the roads, even the newly relaid ones. Wonder why most potholes are circular - at certain strategic spots, they form intricate clusters of circles which make navigation a genuine challenge; but whatever be the size and depth of individual potholes, most are shaped like, well, portholes (I guess the two words do not exactly rhyme :)).

Maybe the explanation for the circularity of potholes is: because 'crop rings' are well, rings (groan!).


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