Wednesday, January 23, 2008

News Flash

BANESHWOR: A much anticipated strike against spiking petroleum prices fizzled today after just a few moments as protesters ran out of fuel to light incendiary devices and old tires.

It seems that none of the protesters in the crowd could afford enough petroleum to keep the whole mess ablaze.

It was reported that much confusion and, eventually, silence ensued as the mob pondered what to do next.

Deep thought continued until, at last, the protesters settled on an old favorite and began again; STOP THE KING'S REGRESSION AND RESTORE PARLIAMENT IMMEDIATELY, was the new chant as the happy, renewed scrum made its way through the streets.



At 6:32 PM, January 23, 2008, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hillarious. I've missed your sense of humor. More!

Babu Rambo

At 6:18 AM, January 24, 2008, Anonymous Anonymous said...

The Kathmandu Post has reported that petroleum prices have been rolled back and normalcy is returning. Does this mean we can now count on more sustainable protests with bigger fires? Ha,Ha!

At 10:39 PM, January 26, 2008, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Kathmandu Post is nothing but slave of three crooks.

At 10:46 AM, February 07, 2008, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Is a storm brewing?

At 1:58 AM, February 12, 2008, Anonymous Anonymous said...

This blog seems to be dying. No new posts, no new comments. I made the last one on Feb 7th. Is any one out there?

At 1:19 PM, February 12, 2008, Blogger blogdai said...

Do not despair, much more is on the way and we are very much alive here at the offices of blogdai.

We are in the final few days of our annual security purge and that explains the slow going.

More to come...


At 10:14 PM, February 12, 2008, Anonymous Anonymous said...

The King is on the move people.

The Army is starting to sound very "Royal" agian.

The 1990 constitution will be restored by the end of december. And with it the king and all his powers!!!

At 6:28 AM, February 13, 2008, Blogger blogdai said...

The NA has always been the RNA.

Jana Andolan was a farce and a power grab.

Interestingly, in a nepali times survey, over half of all respondents would like to see just a ceremonial monarchy. Blogdai agrees.

Since, G. is a blunderer when it comes to running a government, look for him to stay out of the loop.

Blogdai has always called for the King to take a role as 3rd branch or mediator in government affairs.

A royal check and balance, if you will.


At 6:35 AM, February 13, 2008, Anonymous Sarki ko choro said...

Nice to see some activities in this blog.

It's been a long time since we read predictions in this blog, can we have some, guys?


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