BlogAdda’s Spicy Saturday Picks – May. 22, ’10

Spicy SaturdaySaturday morning started with the horrifying news of the Mangalore Air Crash. May their souls RIP. Media channels are again using this as an opportunity to gain TRPs and how? Is this the new age reporting? Why can’t they do an indepth investigation and try to find out the causes? Importantly, it will be better if they talk to relevant persons and find out solutions to avoid such a mishap in the future. We hope the media will become better, more voices will be heard, voices from the bloggers. Here are this week’s Spicy Saturday Picks.

  • Who : Julia Scissor
    What : Kerala Trip – I
    Spicy : Kerala is known as ‘God’s own country’ and Julia spent some quality time there. In a series of 4 posts, she has chronicled her journey with a lot of good pictures. Enjaaii!

  • Who : Rahul Sharma
    What : In the entanglements of history..
    Spicy : Rahul Sharma is here with a brilliant post which questions the entanglements of history. This post is a must read because it has questions which are still unanswered from the history and the message which he tries to convey is brilliant.

  • Who : Devilzangel
    What : A resurrected soul
    Spicy : Poems are a different way of expressing one’s feeling and this is how they do it. This is one awesome poem by Devilzangel which uses the apt words to express it perfectly.

  • Who : Indu
    What : One day in the office of the R.T.O
    Spicy : Any trip to a government office has its share of fun and anger. πŸ™‚ Indu had her share of fun too and we experience it through this post of hers. A post you will enjoy reading due to her humour element in it.

  • Who : Amrita Thavrani
    What : ???, ?? ?? ?????
    Spicy : A short but very relevant post in the current times. We can decipher the message in many ways that the image and Amrita tries to convey in this post. How do you decipher it?

We have been receiving some awesome posts for the ‘Whackit‘ contest. Do you also feel like hitting someone? πŸ™‚ Here is the chance. Also, do not miss reading the wonderful interview of Kanika Bahl.

If you come across any interesting post or tweet and want to share, you can tip us on Twitter or contact us here and we will credit you for the selected pick.

7 Replies to “BlogAdda’s Spicy Saturday Picks – May. 22, ’10”

  1. As much as I am grateful for the mention on SSP, I’d like to point out that my short stay in Kerala was enjoyable. It wasn’t a “travail”. πŸ˜€

  2. @Julia Oops!! For some travel is a travail.. but have got this corrected. πŸ™‚

  3. Thanks a lot for including my post in SSP! I am honoured. As I write to inspire others to live their best life, I will love to hear from you people on which topic I should cover more in my blog.

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