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A bunch of us go to the music room now and then to jam up. These are boys in action. Can’t really write much, since music is music. So no much talk. Enjoy the photos.
Our human metronome for the evening was Nirmal Samuel.
Cherian Koshy on bass.
Our very own Joshua Singh took to the keys.
And Daniel Peddity unleashed his vocal talent.
The other microphone would have been in my hand, but sadly I can’t click and sing at the same time. So there it lay, neglected.
The boys then decided to switch acts and next thing we know, Cherian was play ’em keys.
Joshua joined in to add a few notes of his own.
While Danny dictated the bass lines.
The drummer remained unchanged. 😛
And that was it.
Here is a short video that was shot a few days earlier.
And, that my friends, is “The Music Room”.
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What was turning out to be a boring day at work had to be turned into something more exciting. Lying below Joshua Singh‘s desk was a task that no man could do. But I guess it was more because no one actually bothered to. Mukesh Mukhi came to the rescue and displayed his aeronautical engineering skills. The now assembled plane hangs on Vivaik Bharadwaaj‘s board with the other planes that he owns. This is a recollection of what happened that one boring day at the workplace.
We un-boxed the parts.
Only to land up with a complete mess.
And then began the assembling of tiny parts that no man had ever seen before.
Luckily, Mukhi had the blueprint in front of him.
And in no time, the wheels were in place!
Mukhi was hard at work, while Johnny watched from nearby.
The engineering went on.
Johnny kept an observant eye over the entire proceeding.
And then things started to take shape. We had a propellor and a fuselage.
Swetha dropped by for some moral support.
And here is a totally random shot of Mukhi’s spike! 😛
Some parts where yet to find their place.
While others were just waiting to be attached.
Mukhi had to stop for a while and contemplate.
We had a rudder.
And we realized that it was totally safe for Mukhi to work with.
The wings were in place.
And firmly attached.
Some more parts were joined.
And fixed properly.
And voila! After all the hard work, sweat, tears, pain and trauma, the creation was ready to take off.
All the aeronautical engineering had finally paid off.
The great flight of softness can now be found hanging on the Man’s wall in his cabin.
So that was that. A boring day at work, made less boring thanks to a whole ton of jobless people.
PS: We do work a lot actually.
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