Time For A Break...

2010-03-30 10:54:08 UTC
------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ Yep... It's that time of the year again. I' ll be away till the 12th of April. Although there will be no new post till then but I' ll still be around seldom(ly) responding to mails and shouts every now and then during this period. Keep the musics coming, mails, shoutbox, last.fm whichever is more comfortable to you guys. What else... wish me luck, behave and don't do anything I won't do. THANKS for everything lately... you guys are defintely the best people on the internet if not then the whole planet. Till next all the best. ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

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