Monday, April 25, 2005

Submitted to Intl. Conf. on What You Did This Weekend

For the case under consideration, let us focus on the time period stretching from t1=21.Apr.2005 to t2=24.Apr.2005. Using the measurement techniques described in Sec 2.1, we have arrived at the following plot of the subject, VG's, 'Quality and Fun Curve' over several recreational activities during this time period. The Fun Curve indicates the level of fun subject VG experienced at event marked. The Quality Curve indicates the unbiased quality index of the event, as per the subject.

Several valuable deductions can be made with the help of this empirical data -

graph
  1. The presence of a catalytic agent, in the form of subject AL (also refered to as 'best friend since 5th grade' by subject VG) can create a boost in the Fun Curve, even at potentially brain hemorrage inducing events such as Chandramukhi.
  2. The inherently classic nature of movies such as Evil Dead will never change. This is proven by the fact that subject VG, was awake till 3AM IST on Saturday, 23.Apr.2005, watching this movie, often found yelling - 'Sam Raimi is so frelling awesome' and 'Bruce Campbell is so frelling awesome'.
  3. Item 2, stated above, does not provide a complete appreciation of the subject VG's tastes. As is apparent, Cinema Paradiso produced quite a response in both data values.
  4. Subject VG's passion for scarlet, along with their dismal perfomance at the qualifiers of the San Marino Grand Prix was the major cause of the release of depression causing chemicals on Saturday night. This was in addition to the depression caused as realisation dawned on subject that he had lost count of the number of Saturdays spent alone at home.
  5. In support of Item 5, even a movie of the sterling nature of Pirates of the Caribbean was unable to raise the Fun Curve to safe levels.
  6. In what will go down in history as one of the best Formula 1 races ever, subject finds himself experiencing the peak of both curves for the time period's entertainment. Subject was spotted running around a certain nightclub in Bangalore, sporting a 'huge-ass' Scuderia Ferrari flag. This curious behavior, having started towards the latter portion of the race, only became worse when, taunted by a single Renault fan, subject caused quite a stir by asking for the tifosi in the house to gather around. A slight deflation of spirit was caused when the cute lady our subject was conversing with chose to leave for the night, only to rise much higher than before when, upon leaving, she sent a message to his mobile device, inquiring about his availability for dinner (will be covered in TR-334, hopefully, for time period t1=25.Apr.2005 to t2=29.Apr.2005).
In conclusion, we can see that certain aspects of the human condition (loneliness - apparent from the experience at the play, testosterone-ness - apparent from the experience with beer, fast cars and cute ladies) primarily govern the Fun and Quality Curve. Any discrepancies can be safely attributed to the medical condition referred to as 'being totally phucked in the head'.

14 Comments:

At April 25, 2005 12:06 PM, Blogger Mint Chutney said...

WooHoo, I'm first! It pays to be 99 time zones behind!

How can you put a classic such as Cinema Paradiso and Formula 1 racing on the same graph??? Pirates as in the baseball team or as in Johnny Depp??

I don't think I've come across any movies that I would consider "orgasmic". Although it's likely that you're watching different movies than I have. (wink wink)

 
At April 25, 2005 12:08 PM, Blogger Vignesh said...

Hmm.. wait.. I havent even put up the post yet !!! You just replied seeing the graph !!!

 
At April 25, 2005 12:17 PM, Blogger Vignesh said...

Ha !! You obviously didn't see yesterday's race. If you had, you wouldn't even be breathing such blasphemy ! How can I , indeed !!!

Pirates as in Johnny-Depp-should-have-won-an-Oscar-for-that-role, Pirates.

The orgasmic qualifier was used for just one event. That of having the pleasure of watching Michael Schumacher come in from 13th position on the starting grid to 2nd on the podium, giving that Renault a drive for its uber traction control ;)

 
At April 25, 2005 12:56 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

first time here.nice.
anjana.

anjanara.blogspot.com

 
At April 25, 2005 8:39 PM, Blogger sajith said...

No Rashomon. Hmmmph.

 
At April 25, 2005 8:51 PM, Blogger Kumari said...

You are so idiotically charming!...is the graph any indication of the creativity or of too much time to kill? :p

 
At April 26, 2005 1:04 AM, Blogger Vignesh said...

Anjana: Welcome ! Welcome ! Many thankgs for the telegraph of appreciation [First time here stop nice stop later gator stop] ;)

Sajith: Now that you have a link I can use with your permission I shall update the post with your presence ;)

LadyK: Thankoooo !!! Creativity is but a synapse waiting to happen. It needs time. So both I guess... see how I passed that off as something really funndoooo ??? And see how you feel for it ?!? HHAHHA !!!

 
At April 26, 2005 1:31 AM, Blogger Kumari said...

feel?
and i thought i fell for it :p

 
At April 26, 2005 2:10 AM, Anonymous Mandar said...

hey vignesh! i saw chandramukhi, too, man! i swear, i haven't seen a more hilariously stupid movie. what with rajnikanth suspending himself in the air and kicking 4 guys at a time!!! and the bhoot!!!! wow, man!!! ROTFL.... =))

 
At April 26, 2005 5:02 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

i dont like your blog.
I don't like you either.

 
At April 26, 2005 8:30 AM, Blogger Vignesh said...

LadyK: I meant feel. I really did. It was supposed to mean... ummm... you feel for it... really !!

Mandar: I usually love the crazy shit that on Rajni movies, its part of the experience of watching a Ranji movie. But this one didn't even have enough of that... so it was in all.. just a bad rehash of a good mallu movie !

Anon: Awww... I love you too !!! You know you wanna... come here... *mmmmwwwaaaaahhhh*

 
At April 26, 2005 3:03 PM, Blogger littlecow said...

you are profound... very profound...

 
At April 27, 2005 11:53 PM, Blogger eM said...

Yeah so being a complete graphically challenged moron I don't understand a word of that. But it still looked pretty. :)

 
At April 28, 2005 8:30 PM, Anonymous Ostrich said...

:) Laughed my head off at this! :) But.. um... no matter how decadent my weekend was or how much free time I had on hand, I'd never quite use graphs to represent anything! :)

 

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