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Yes, yes people I have emerged from my self realised obscurity to bestow knowledge on all headz. Used ta be out and about now strictly lying low dispensing wisdom.
Too much going down to stay quiet, now all of us have to rise up and speak truth to power.

There has to be more to us than dhal roti and Nokia phones...



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Today I am mainly reading...

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Books from sales and off ebay for holiday reading.
Barely cost me 12 pond (as we call it in our lingo)
for the lot. Ploughing thru Manto biography and
Psychoraag which is a heavy surreal novel about
an Asian DJ written in Scots English & Urdu.
Gross Britain was pretty funny.
30th Dec 2005, 17:07   | tags:,,,comments (2)

More walks

More exposes on da underbelly of Wycombe
29th Dec 2005, 13:11   comments (1)

Boxing Day walk

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Had some work stuff to do and popped into town which
was dead and spooky. My local homies seems upset
and some heavy questions being asked down
Desborough Road. Maybe its a response to da local
junkies and prostitutes that hang around and that
everyone ignores hoping they will go away...

26th Dec 2005, 20:30   | tags:,comments (5)

Merry the Christmas

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Don't really celebrate Xmas - too busy balancing white
vans on my head. But as my mother in law would say
Merry the Christmas to y'all
24th Dec 2005, 16:45   comments (4)

Despair Calender

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Da complete demotivational guide in the form of an
'inspirational calender' for 2006. Featuring such gems as:


"Never underestimate the power of
stupid people in large groups."


"If you're not a part of the solution, there's good
money to be made in prolonging the problem."

Nov: Meetings

"None of us is as dumb as all of us."

and my personal fav:

August: Mistakes

"It could be that the purpose of your life is only to
serve as a warning to others."

All with glossy pictures. Buy it - spread da word lets
take on those office monsters with their cats/dolphins
and motivational bullshit!

Buy it from Firebox:

'Always remember the light at the end of the tunnel could be a train...'

Old school pixels

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Found this old pic going thru some archived folders.
Either taken with the first camera phone (Sharp GX1)
I had or some webcam thing
21st Dec 2005, 13:33   | tags:comments (7)

Back in da day...

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Some treats for my fellow bloggers... I am blessed
that I have been in situations in my life where I have
been lucky to make a difference and to set up different
projects and groups. Back in da day I used to do a lot
of acting and writing. In '84 I set up a multiracial
company called AIR theatre in South London
(shout out to one of our Basque members Edurne who
got back in touch after 18 years). But one of my most
fufilling times was wit Aajkal Theatre who I co-founded
in '89.These are some of the shows we did from '89 to
'93 as the first Asian theatre company to be set up in
the North. As well as actors like Shahid Ahmed whos
gonna blow up large (watch yer back Jimmi Mistry)
it produced the rappers Kaliphz/Kaleef and musician
Jaydev Mistry.

My Kaliphz bros - I managed them for year and helped
them get signed up to London Records for a cool one

Shouts out to Mush, Chocky, Jabba, Sefton & Nad

Colour pic is of one of the tours we did in Greater
Manchester & Newcastle.

Left to right Jaydev, Pasha, Moi, Shahid & Meena.

We were doing crazy south asian stuff b4 da likes of
'Goodness Gracious Me' But I think our stuff was too
raw and leftfield. Sketches on impotency entirely in
urdu/punjabi,serious stories about lost dreams and
roti, and dope rappers straight out of Rochdale.

Man those were crazy times...

More white people with guns

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Richard Pryor died yesterday. This is the tribute I put
on the BBC website for him:

'Richard or Rich as the mafia hoods he used to hang
with called him, was a genius not just as a comedian
but as a social commentator. He inspired African -
Americans, Muslims and people of colour generally
because he understood our wretchedness and the
condition the majority of us still live in. He was a funny
bro but he was a sincere one as well and boy did he drop
some wisdom. Forget the Hollywood films and later slide
into sentimentality and check the live concerts and
TV shows...'

'I too have climbed the mountain and what did I see -
more white people with guns...'

RIP Rich

Screen grabs from 'Live & smoking'