Kia ora! Me? An insolent knave with a knack for having mental balance out of kilter; possessing knockabout humor capable of knocking over desolation of the most touching knells. Wrongfully believed to be a kamikaze klansman; rightfully assumed to be a know-it-all kenspeckle. A knight-errant, with Kantian beliefs and a clandestine klephtic desire to put a kibosh on knuckleheads of my kingdom who “discuss” matters far beyond their ken. Fervent practitioner of kidology, no kidding. Regularly found in fits of a kinesthetic kef resulting from korsakoff’s syndrome after keeling over because of my circadian arrhythmia. A keen kleptomaniac for bits of wisdom, for my knowledge still harbors plethora of kinks. Kvell as long as allowed to kindle kerosene up-to my heart’s desire. Kinky as a kaleidoscope, yet with potential to be a killjoy in any pretentious klatsch. Strong proponent of free software karma and, consequently, also of a certain kick-ass kernel popularly known as Linux. A mordant kiln for all kinds of knee-jerk music; always ready to kerf klutz aficionados of such kitschy art. The acerbic tongue serves as my knife, which, when combined with my astringency proves to be quite adequate for knapping any opposition and leaving it kibbled. If you’ve endured my blabbering this far, kudos to you! You may now call me Kamran.
Or simply, K.
|Favorite Quote||“Well-being and happiness never appeared to me as an absolute aim. I am even inclined to compare such moral aims to the ambitions of a pig.”
- Albert Einstein
|Favorite Programming Language||Py*|
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From the limited number that I’ve read … :
… the ones that were good: Believed Violent by James Hadley Chase, The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes by Arthur Conan Doyle, The Devil’s Dictionary by Ambrose Bierce, The Long Hard Road out of Hell by Marilyn Manson, The Lord of the Rings by J. R. R. Tolkien, Bajang Amad by Mohammad Khan, Pitras kai Mazameen by Pitras Bukhari, Seera-un-Nabi by Syed Sulaiman Nadvi, Witness to Surrender by Siddiq Salik, Ender’s Game by Orson Scott Card
… the ones that were bad: Harry Potter by J. K. Rowling, The Bear Trap: Afghanistan’s Untold Story by Mohammad Yousaf