Friday, September 01, 2006


Salman Khan's arrogance and breathtaking inanity continues. In an interview with the BBC, he says:
"They wanted to set an example out of me... Who knew the black buck? I mean today because of me, people know there's an endangered species of deer called black buck, well it's actually an antelope."

Yes. Right. Shooting endangered species is the best way to bring them to the public's attention. What a great public service this man has done. National Geographic and the Discovery Channel should all have taken a lesson from him, and instead of painstakingly making documentary films, should have just gone on an animal killing spree to make people aware of them.

In any case, I am sure many people knew about the black buck. I myself have seen the black buck dozens of times on many television channels before. Also, he still does not realise that it's not just about killing the black buck, but the blithe attitude of blatantly trampling the law and nature that is the root of the issue. So it's absolutely right that the judge wanted to make an example out of him.

So no Mr. Khan, we were not ignorant of the black buck. But yes, you were and still are ignorant of kindness and responsibility.


Blogger Sumedha said...

Funny but sad ...what happened to Saif Ali Khan and his dear daddy?

10:50 AM  
Blogger Ashutosh said...

Don't know. Good question; I had totally forgotten about them.

6:30 PM  
Blogger Kapilmuni said...

The BBC was being a numskull by interviewing the idiot in the first place.

6:25 PM  
Blogger Ashutosh said...

I am starting to get a bit disappointed with the BBC these days. The quality of their articles seems to be declining.

9:11 AM  
Blogger ShintreBABA said...

Hey!! Thanks for reading it! But what did you think of the other...keen to know your opinion on it...

btw the comment on Salman was inspired by your blog on him...

1:03 PM  
Anonymous Anirudh said...


11:57 PM  

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