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My brother calls me a 'non-conformist hippy' for using Linux.

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Oh and she has already conformed. The system got to her man... The system got to her.
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You don't have a wall. You send out a message tagged with someone's name / email address in it. It's more like twitter, with better privacy like facebook, in a neat ui, like google. :D
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Blogger, daydreamer, amateur photographer, kick-ass swimmer, wishfully geeky, has an interest in quizzing and desperately wants fluffy kitties.
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Public - a month ago
reviewed a month ago
Very cute, cosy place. Tables are upturned barrels and i was pleasantly surprised to see brown sugar on the tables! Their cappuccino is not bad, and you may ask them to make it stronger or lighter as you wish. They also sell their organic arabica coffee as beans or powder, for Rs. 360/300g.
Public - a month ago
reviewed a month ago
Visited the temple as an atheist, was taken away by the expanse of land that the temple was spread over, the tall, colorful gopurams, and how, fortunately, it did not seem super crowded. Probably that last fact changes during special events. Disliked that they do not allow cameras inside; I'm a photography buff. Thankfully, they have a safe locker for them and for your shoes, and it's a free service - a welcome change from many other temples. Also disliked that to visit the Shiva & Parvati temples inside, you need to buy a Rs. 50 ticket for each. Seems a bit unfair to charge people for worship. They also have a temple museum full of beautiful statues and carvings. Unfortunately, there's no descriptions of anything. I would have been very interested to read more about each statue. But if you have an interest in such art, it's a good place to go to.
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Public - a month ago
reviewed a month ago
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Nice place to hang out with friends or family, over a nice cup of honey ginger lemon tea! They make decent cheap, fast food style chinese food. Nothing really stood out for me, both in taste and ambience. But they do have a very extensive menu, and their soups are good! In particular, i liked the honey ginger lemon tea and thukpa. On the other hand, their golden dragon fuyong was pretty lackluster and tasted like an ordinary omelette.
Public - a month ago
reviewed a month ago
We were greeted by a friendly manager (?) who seemed to be very well versed with the menu, and gave us a lot of recommendations. At his suggestion, we ordered mandarin fish and exotic dragon chicken as starters; the fish was actually much better than the chicken. We ordered another fish dish for the mains, but that didn't taste all that different from the starter. The chicken sizzler was a bit of a letdown; extremely spicy, too peppery, and meant to be eaten with rice/noodles, while we thought it would be a standalone dish.
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