New Moderators on BRF - Round II

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Re: New Moderators on BRF - Round II

Postby Rupesh » 05 Nov 2008 19:18

Thanks Shivji....

Congrats new adminullahs

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Newbie

Postby kmkraoind » 05 Nov 2008 20:31

I am just lurker of BRF, not a contributor in anyway. I thoroughly enjoyed postings of admin Shiv sir and indeed he is a light house in turbulence high seas. I am really interested in his postings, which thoroughly shed light on history, present and future aspects of diversified topics, which are very tough to get know through general media (with their own whims and interpretations). No doubt there is enormous content in web, but Shiv sir’s gist of these things indeed valuable things for anybody.

I have one thing guru log. I cannot contribute much to this knowledge forum, just indeed a few questions, is it okay to participate in this forum with some questions (because there are no body to unfold their mind boxes to give answers to questions). BRF is a great place where there are many pundits in their respective field (best suitable place to chisel out problems into solutions).

Mallikarjuna Rao

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Re: Newbie

Postby kmkraoind » 05 Nov 2008 20:35

Admins,

Small posting error, can your delete this thread and move this post to "New Moderators on BRF - Round II ," sorry for the mistake.

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Re: Newbie

Postby p_saggu » 05 Nov 2008 20:41

ib4tl

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Re: New Moderators on BRF - Round II

Postby SBajwa » 05 Nov 2008 21:05

congrats and IB4TL.

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Re: New Moderators on BRF - Round II

Postby sugriva » 05 Nov 2008 21:11

Shiv,
It has been enjoyable reading your posts over the years.
New BRadminullahs,
Congrats
IB4TL.

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Re: New Moderators on BRF - Round II

Postby SSridhar » 05 Nov 2008 21:45

kmkraoind wrote: . . .is it okay to participate in this forum with some questions . . .


Mallikarjun Rao, of course, yes. Post your questions in appropriate threads.

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Re: New Moderators on BRF - Round II

Postby enqyoob » 05 Nov 2008 23:13

(best suitable place to chisel out problems into solutions).


Actually we take great pride in our tradition of turning solutions into problems (and arguing about them and throwing chairs until the thread is locked by shiv). 8)

Cheers

Karkala Joishy

Re: New Moderators on BRF - Round II

Postby Karkala Joishy » 06 Nov 2008 01:02

Congratulations!

I hope all you new BRadmans practice Enlightened Moderation like our dear departed Musharrafji.

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Re: New Moderators on BRF - Round II

Postby kmkraoind » 06 Nov 2008 19:10

[quote]

Actually we take great pride in our tradition of turning solutions into problems (and arguing about them and throwing chairs until the thread is locked by shiv).

[quote]

May be all solutions would not be materilize at present sir, but definitely there are plenty of views/solutions for the problems, which we cannot obtain from mainstream news papers.

I have suggested this site to many of my frineds who are preparing for Indian Civil Services, so that they can enrich their knowledge and project their ideas different than main stream student (who mainly depends on The Hindu/Frontline, which I think are somewhat ultra leftist and sometimes anti-Indian/pro-China too).

Really for us BFR is vault of knowledge/wisdom.

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Re: New Moderators on BRF - Round II

Postby enqyoob » 06 Nov 2008 19:47

I have suggested this site to many of my frineds who are preparing for Indian Civil Services, so that they can enrich their knowledge and project their ideas different than main stream student


Isn't that "IAS" now, no comment on what the "A" stands for?

A service to the nation, and the whole world, thank you. If you could suggest it to serving IAS aphsars and especially to serving IFS aphsars, it would be an even greater service to humanity (which they seem to need a bit). 8)

"Mind-broadening" is the primary purpose of visiting BRF and engaging in our gentle, civilized interactions, of course. The smarter ones also learn a bit of humility and discipline as their iron-clad frog-in-the-well prejudices face cold logic and warm :rotfl: :mrgreen:

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Re: New Moderators on BRF - Round II

Postby RamaY » 07 Nov 2008 06:32

narayanan wrote:"Mind-broadening" is the primary purpose of visiting BRF and engaging in our gentle, civilized interactions, of course. The smarter ones also learn a bit of humility and discipline as their iron-clad frog-in-the-well prejudices face cold logic and warm :rotfl: :mrgreen:


Narayanan-ji,

I can’t help but smile even when you discipline us, the kufr bosters, unleashing N2O filled Id-Mubaraks… I request you to keep roaming on your djin bredator visiting all the serious jehaadi-cry-filled madaaarassaa rooms (aka serious threads)…

P.S: Please don’t forget about the 72 virgins you promised when you ultimately shahadize me… :wink:

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Re: New Moderators on BRF - Round II

Postby archan » 07 Nov 2008 08:03

RamaY wrote:P.S: Please don’t forget about the 72 virgins you promised when you ultimately shahadize me… :wink:

Do note that the promise is only about them being virgins. There is no mention about gender so you might wanna be careful there...

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Re: New Moderators on BRF - Round II

Postby enqyoob » 07 Nov 2008 08:49

Nowhere does it say in the HoKO (at least the version used in the Binori madarssa) that houris are human. 8)

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Re: New Moderators on BRF - Round II

Postby Rahul M » 07 Nov 2008 10:10

those are 72 raisins according to some. :mrgreen:
enjoy !

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Re: New Moderators on BRF - Round II

Postby John Snow » 07 Nov 2008 18:21

Welcome and congrats to the new adminullahs.
But on reflection the defection of N guru from granade thrower to baton charger in this forum makes me believe anything is possible..
er shall we say enactment of The Taming of the shrew :mrgreen: hope this was parting shrewd move by shiv, If Shiva leaves Narayanan appears as said in puranas ( hindi purana is also ancient)..

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Re: New Moderators on BRF - Round II

Postby Raj Malhotra » 07 Nov 2008 18:40

And these 72 raisins are perhaps used to fill a hole from which Uncle Sam withdrew.

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Re: New Moderators on BRF - Round II

Postby enqyoob » 07 Nov 2008 19:10

And do I want to know who this "shrew" is, that is claimed to be "tamed"? :eek: :cry:

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Re: New Moderators on BRF - Round II

Postby Sriram » 08 Nov 2008 03:37

could be laxmibai.

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Re: New Moderators on BRF - Round II

Postby Y I Patel » 09 Nov 2008 08:09

Change we can believe in, BRF style! All best to new admins, and thanks to the old guard!


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