Wednesday, November 12, 2008

Yet another case

which makes me wonder, is it even worth living like she does?

*Yes, I know I've been overdoing the posts with links to newspaper articles... but really, I see it as my duty to do so. Especially sometimes.


Teesu (very very Indian, very very good) said...

Eeegaaads. It's not for me.

Anonymous said...

That is extreme. Though personally, I applaud the fact that she has taken an idea strictly, when many are even unaware of it. The last two months while working with my son's team on climate and researching the topic made me very aware and a tad ashamed as to how we are polluting this earth. Small changes are in order to make a grander effect.

Sorry mine's so serious :)

Kamini said...

Keep providing us links, Shyam, they're always interesting!
Each to his/her own, I suppose, but that woman's life is mostly certainly NOT for me! I found it funniest that she abandoned that biggest energy-sucker of all, men!!

Anonymous said...

Thanks for the link, Shyam. My son loved it. And no, I wouldn't want to live like her. My great-grandkids can eat raw food and walk to school. Spare me ;)