Way back when life was divided into 12 A and 12 B, bio v/s computers, girls v/s boys, whatever, I remember having the following conversation:
Certain dude (easily guessable if you know the more vocal elements of 12A) : Why Bio? Bio sucks!
Me: No it does not! It makes to sense to study your own fricking body.
CD: Yeah, but all that mugging, where does it gets you? Studying Bio is pointless.
Me: I'm hungry and I have to finish HP 7 again. Please go away.
Oh, thee of little faith! I wish I could shove Phantoms in the brain at this guy. It takes cool to a whole new level. If thoughts about the voices in your head, your other personality, Hugo the Mexican chef and The Zombie in your brain(an actual chapter header) keep you awake at night, this is the book mon. I kid thee not.
V.S Ramachandran is one of those charmingly brilliant types who sees the world in a more enlightened and curious ways. Through his work in neuroscience, we get to know all these little detail about how an immensely complex entity like our brain functions.
Shwetu, I owe you one for this.
On the frequently recurring and complex subject of Shwetu herself, a delayed HAPPY FRIGGIN BIRTHDAY man!!!!!!!!
YAY!!! Now we're both 21 and old.
That apart, I miss you. CBD is just plain old crap as usual.
And the Harry Potter theme park. Let's make up for every lost birthday of the past there. We have to do this!!!!!!! :)