Posted by: nimbu | October 8, 2007

Another one joins the “dark side”

Welcome brotha!

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  1. Huh…It’s certainly not me (yet:-)) ….so who’s the brotha mate??

  2. que? who?

  3. A friend – I’ll leave it up to him to come “out”. But I can’t tell you how happy I am that this person had come to the same conclusion without me trying to convert…

    I’m fairly cautious about what I say around Muslims. After a strange experience about a year ago, I’ve learned that many Muslims (as well as other faithful) don’t like it when your logic trumps their faiths. So that’s why this particular Muslim’s conversion is so cool.

    I’ll blog about that strange experience later. It’s pretty funny.

  4. Suhail bhai,

    Who are you? And why haven’t you yet…?

  5. that’s good to know.

    nimbu we’ve been asking you to get friggin msn… it’s about time you did man… there are so many of us who do get on and we’d like to work together with you and share our experiences with each other.

    we all have unique methods of seducing people to the dark side… heh… so we can learn from each other.

    no excuses. make the effort and git on!!!

  6. I’d love to chat with you guys, but there are a couple of problems:

    1. I’m hardly ever on msn messenger on a regular basis.
    2. It’s too close to having a phone conversation. I enjoy the anonymity and detachment that blogging provides.
    3. When I blog, I can share my thoughts with everyone and there’s a permanent record of it. With messenger, unless you save your chat session, it’s vaporized!

    I’d have to say that the most important reason is number 1. I stopped using messenger as an always on tool because family members kept interfering with my job! I had to cut them off 🙂

    I do have an msn messenger account:

    nimbulove@gmail.com

    Try it out. I may find you there sometime in the future. But don’t hold your breath – I warned you 😉

    Nimbu

  7. sounds great and er… dude, how old are you anyways? the current “youth” generation knows IM conversations are totally NOT phone conversations…

    maybe you should make a separate account for contacting us if privacy is a concern.. that way you can also avoid talking to your family.

  8. Er, Dude…I’m in my mid 30s.

    Current generation also likes texting on phones and buying ringtones!!!!

    My first computer was a commodore 64 and I’ve been hooked on computing since.

    See you on IM!


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