monday blues

Phoolan Devi: The Bandit Queen
Of a lower-caste background from a small village in India, Phoolan Devi was known as the “Bandit Queen,” a gun-slinging gang leader who fought authority and became a champion of the downtrodden. She first made a name for herself in 1981 as the leader of a gang who killed 22 rivals in what was dubbed the St. Valentine’s Day Massacre. Pursued by the government and rivals, she was arrested and imprisoned in 1983. Still a popular hero, in 1994 she was released and elected to Parliament as a member of the Samajwadi Party. In July of 2001 she was gunned down by four men in front of her house in New Delhi
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What a bad day. Woke up at 3:30PM, rushed to the bank to withdraw money for the SLR camera. Then went to OUG to have beef noodles for lunch but apparently it’s not open today. Hence I headed to another shop and it’s not fucking open too. Bloody hell, I ended up eating McDonalds for lunch but the dumb worker gave me the wrong burger. Moreover, while driving halfway, I accidentally spilled my drink. I ended up with ¼ of my drink left. bah