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The empowered mobile indian female October 17, 2006

Posted by topedgemonk in The bike.

The Indian lady has come a long way from being the lowly manager at home to the world’s most powerful business woman in the incarnation of Ms. Indra Noori, the new CEO of Pepsico India. Those are two extremes looking at which one would say that the sample size is too small to come to a meaningful conclusion. So lets look at the mobile- upwardly or horizontally , indian female. Lets look at the variety that does the rope trick balancing act- perched on top of their two wheelers in the crazy Indian traffic. There are two types of this species- the sort that I think suffer from some central nervous system failure which disables co-ordination between the brain and the limbs and the other iron clad sort who turn the throttle on fully when starting out and close it only when they reach their destination. Talk about target oriented ambitious women! The variety have superb brain limb co-ordination but I have a strong feeling that there is nothing in their brains to generate the signals. They believe in directing their puny two wheeler right into the midst of an accident waiting to happen ( the courageous indian woman, taking things head on) hoping that either God or the women’s commission would save them. I don’t think even God is capable of saving these crazy  maniacs, so it must be the women’s commission. Definitely, what prevents the sane guy from kicking her is the fear of action by the women’s commission.
Ok, now that is just one side of the story. Let’s look at the woman with a nervous system failure. I guess the ganglions do not transmit signals properly due to unuse. You see them paddling around on their two wheelers, throttle fully open, brake fully engaged and both feet paddling along the ground as if they were some birdwatcher steathily crawling up on a heron in a marshy area.
Hope the invisible hand of Adam Smith plays and role very quickly here and everything sets to a equilibrium soon .



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