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Nishma
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Main blog:PhiloNysh
Age:30
Birthday:May 14th 1987
Gender:Female
Occupation:Student
Education:High school, Some college, School of life
Religion:Other
Service Attendance:More than once a week
Race/lineage:East Indian
Location:United Kingdom


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Clothing Pref.:Practical
More Details:Not mentioning most of this- is unimportant


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Relationship Status:Single - Never Married
Sexual Preference:Straight/Heterosexual
Astrological Sign:Taurus (April 20 - May 20)
Existing as:Extraterrestrial
Smoking:No Way
Liquor:Never
Exercise:Occasionally
Your Home:Live at the dorm
Biography/About:Jain, Vegetarian, Indian background, History Buff, Philosopher, Walking Encyclopedia, Walking French Dictionary, Alias addict, Over-opinionated, BBC Radio listener, Environmentalist, Left Wing Supporter, Anti-Conservative, Progressive, Anti-Fascist, Anti-Communist, Scientist, Archaeology Student, British, resident of England, ex-Australian resident, ex-Kenyan resident, Read-a-holic, Anti-Alcohol, Anti-Drugs, Anti-Make-up, Pacifist, Truth-Seeking. Female
Likes:Politics; History; Nature
Dislikes:Sydney; Western Australian countryside; close-minded people; racists; sexists; war
Interests:Politics, History, Nature, Science, Archaeology, Reading, Writing, Environment, Philosophy, Honesty, Alias


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Moved
Having had enough pf Blogdrive (I've been here ages), I've decided to move on. You can now find me at: http://acaciathorns.info or just click here Bye bye Blogdrive. It was nice knowing you *hugs* Thanks to my loyal visitors and commentors. Please do not hesitate to visit the new site. Oh, and if you have a link to this, please update your sites. (Also if you have 800 x 600 resolution, the new blog site will look funny)
 
Response to Questions
In response to the question/suggestion thing that I had promised to answer: Kim: Write a list of 5 things you enjoy doing in London at the moment. 1. Running around taking photos of/ looking at the Spring flowers in bloom 2. (weirdly) Learning a lot of interesting theoretical concepts related to archaeology. 3. Just buming around, and chatting to people, and 'chilling'. 4. Eating chocolate :) 5. Listening to Rosie Thomas (and Tori Amos, of course)! Mads: If you had the super-human power of super-fast reading, whose complete works would you read first? Right now, Paul Bahn (because I'm...
 
The fuzzy, sour complicated feeling of weirdness...
My cousin left for South America on Saturday, and it's been slightly weird since. I suppose you can say we became closer over the past year (probably because I spent too much time at home over the weekends), but somehow, I can't regret that. Oh, I regret the fact that I did not socialise with people in my halls because I was suffering from that awful thing called 'culture shock' added on with moving away from the security of home and my struggles with insecurity. I'm not saying that things have changed completely- I'm still terrified of people, but perhaps I just find it easier to confront...
 
Ethics: Bang Bang- and I'm dead.
Have you ever thought how physically easy it is to kill someone? It's just one swift movement of pushing the neck back, or just stabbing them with a sharp knife- or nowadays, it's just a bullet fired by a gun. But then, why don't we go around murdering people? Why don't we kill those who surround us? Why not just destroy everyone that annoys us? Societal moral codes, that have been ingrained into us. We cannot kill because we have been told that it is wrong? But wrong for whom, wrong for what? And when does kill equal murder? Who makes these decisions? The government? The law? The Church?...
 






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