Obama built his campaign around what I call the "Change" rhetoric. I've mentioned this because I read an interesting counter-arguments to this in one of my pro-republican colleague's office and it's worth a mention in my blog. It goes like this:
"I'll keep my freedom, my guns, and my money, and you can have all THE CHANGE ---- Vote for McCain/Palin "
Now Obama has won, and McCain, Palin & Co. has gone into hibernation. So, why am I mentioning it now? To be honest, I wanted to write something but was out of ideas (as usual) as to what should be the opening lines of my new post. This, at least, has given me some sort of a start, no matter how good or bad it might be.
Talking of change reminds of the change my life has gone through in the past few weeks. For a guy who can sleep 24x7 if given an opportunity, getting up at 5:30 everyday, working 12-13 hours a day with no weekends off is quite a change. Even though I get a weekly off on Fridays and I make full use of it by remaining inactive the whole day, I am not satisfied. There was a time when I used to get a 2-day or a 3-day weekend and I used to nap, munch, nap again, and then cherish the nap-munch cycle on Mondays while awaiting the next weekend to go back to my favourite routine. But with the current schedule and my apparent, never-ending want of sleep, normal Earth-Fridays seem to have turned into Venus-Fridays . And then working on weekends afterwards is not what I had asked for when I relocated to US. But there is a positive side to it, which is the hands-on experience that I've gained. Let's leave it at that as I am in no mood to discuss the technical stuff I've learnt.
Well, it's time to go back home so I must stop writing now . I'll be back soon.
PS: I think an arbitrary title like Obama, Change, and Raj befits the random thoughts I have penned down in this article.