Straight Angle™: Heights!
Saturday, October 01, 2005


Right now, as I am sitting in front of the computer, I want to hear songs badly!!...I hadn't taken my head phones to the office with me now and the speaker(monitor speaker) volume output is pretty low!..I had to literally poke my head into the monitor..The track too is a very low stringed number and so, I am left with no option but........

I can take up my landline, call my cell number and put the receiver of the landline near the speaker and put the cell in my ear...Problem Solved!!....Local call you see!!:)

But, I am still not comfortable in doing that...it seems to me as heights..Let me control myself!!=))


Blogger satosphere said...

Wouldnt the simpler thing be to buy a headphone. Or better yet, a better speaker.

A logitech X-530 - will solve all your music needs.

10/02/2005 8:02 PM  
Blogger Krish said...

@Sat: Me too think the same...would have to buy it..and fast!!:)

10/03/2005 12:06 AM  
Blogger Chakra Sampath said...

> I can take up my landline, call my cell number and put the receiver of the landline near the speaker and put the cell in my ear...

- idhellam romba too much.. :)

btw, naan india poittu varradhukulla, you have closed down your blog and reopened it.. hmmm... time flies!

10/03/2005 9:24 AM  
Blogger capriciously_me said...

lol...i totally relate to this :) but daytime minutes-la paatu kekkara alavukku my nelamai no mosam :P

10/03/2005 1:24 PM  
Blogger Krish said...

@Chakra: Yeah Chakra..that is heights...Rombha tooo mucha therinjathaala thaan, naan appadi pannalae...but I thought over it for long...then abandoned it!

@Capri: Welcome Home Capri!...U can relate to that...yeah..I read something like that in ur blog too!(not listening to music, but something outta boredom)...My nelamai is this mosam!..what to do?...:(

10/04/2005 12:23 AM  
Blogger saranyan said...

yeppa saami ... office kaasula free calls ah :)

10/06/2005 6:40 PM  
Blogger Krish said...

@Saranyan: Usssshhh!..Satham poattu sollaatheenga!Companyla irunthu vanthuda poaraanga!=))

10/07/2005 4:53 AM  
Blogger DD said...

Reminds me of a wrong call during my schooltimes... A guy had called up home and I attended the call. He said he dint know us but was more interested in whether our house had a TV or not. When I said we had one, he asked me to put the receiver near the TV speaker to listen to Oliyum OLiyum songs :-) U know local calls in Neyveli too were free!!!

10/08/2005 6:17 AM  
Blogger Krish said...

@DD:How I wish, the entire world is one big Neyveli...with all the local calls being free! and I also wish the entire world is one big office!

10/10/2005 10:00 AM  
Anonymous Nithya Chandrasekar said...

ha! ha! thats indeed true Krish!! there has been time in office when i too used to get so irritated with monitor volume...but adukaaga unga idea of cell phone to lanline call idea romba toooooo much....paavam unga company

11/17/2005 1:02 PM  

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