Before the lockdown, people were quarantined in the vehicle on the road, now it inside their own house. The coronafied sillyconCity.
Squirrels chirping, leaves crackling, wind rustling, quiet street, life slow and gentle, absolute peace. Oh I love the Bangalore now. Just like how it was many decades ago, then a small boy I was. If only the big circles were around, it would be fully complete.
Namma city is truly a giant parking lot. Before lockdown, the cars were parked in the middle of road, now solpa difference, they are all on the roadside.
Was in for a rude surprise yesterday, when I reached the meeting venue a lot earlier 🙂 Jeez, I missed the Bengaluru traffic jam. Could not believe I never got stopped anywhere. Jai Corona.
My friend’s wife came back from a trip to Italy recently. My dear friend decided to spend time with her at home the whole of next week. Oh, what a lovely couple I thought, when he said “Dai, Coronavirus advisory suggests all who came in contact with travellers from certain countries to stay put at home.”
Protecting nation from Covid-19, what a sacrifice man, salute you!
Wish I could give you sillycon protection for WFH(work from home) 🙂
Ride from KR Puram toward ITPL on Whitefield road once every day and stay protected from Covid-19. So brilliantly dusty it is thanks to the construction of BLR Metro, that all open orifices on your body will be completely filled up. Corona virus will have to bite the dust!
sillycon protection for Covid-19.
Recent news item in Bengaluru:
“Newly engaged couple in the way to airport broke up as they got lot of time to understand each other.”
Jeez, the traffic is so engaging here that it broke the engagement. Downright sillycon people in this city are.
Near my office the pavement was beautifully redone. Promptly a tea shop came up and now you cannot walk. On the other direction, is a full fledged ‘hotel’ on the pavement, an outdoor kitchen, single table & four chairs with a stand that says “Great Indian dhaba”.
Working day and night my road was completely spruced up thanks to PM visiting a defence establishment near by. A cement road it was, laid so brilliantly that riding on it would loosen all joints, was tarred! A machine swept the road too and suddenly the road became bright as it was lit up. Given to understand that it was using defence budget, that is why it is on war footing! Just like how a…
A video on solar eclipse said one has to use special protective glasses for eye to watch the eclipse. To take pic using a mobile phone, cover the lens with glass film too it said. He had one only glass, so he used it for the mobile. Bahala, costly mobile saar, sillycon! #sillyconCity(176)Seeded by your post on the video on solar eclipse Sridhar Pabbisetty