Originally posted by trupti nigam: 14th november is officially the children's day in India. It's also the birthday of Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru (the first prime minister of india) who loved kids. Thanks, Trupti
Children�s day is exactly 9 month after Valentine's Day. Some coincidence.
I just read that International Women's Day was considered a socialistic holiday everywhere, except for the Soviet Union, where it was simply an occasion for women to dress up and for men to give flowers... Really, nothing more than that!
Today at work men who were testing our release came to me with a bunch of bugs that i had ot look at. Other men who were the customers for this release, would not accept my assessment of these so called bugs and insisted I had some men look into it. The men who were "helping me" took over my PC preventing me from doing other work and leaving with nothing to do. They ended up agreeing to my assessment.
What was my assessment? There were no bugs, it was working as designed.
This whole process took 10 hours. In which I achieved nothing, thanks to men.
I'd laugh if it wasn't all sadly true. Of course, before I am accused of sexism, I am merely pointing out that the other protagonists in my day were male I am not suggesting it would have been any different had they been female... honest!!
Pounding at a thick stone wall won't move it, sometimes, you need to step back to see the way around.
Originally posted by trupti nigam: [QB]14th november is officially the children's day in India. It's also the birthday of Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru (the first prime minister of india) who loved kids... /QB]