In magerata on October 6, 2013 at 2:32 am
I think most of the Sri Lankan Blogsphere knew about Kalusudda. While catching up on Cerno’s post on the blogs that has run aground, I found out that Kalusudda is gone.
His wife has posted “Closure” Even though I do not post on this blog, I thought of leveraging Kottu to let everyone know.
In magerata on January 18, 2011 at 7:06 am
After visiting Magerata I have had my visions of the country slammed on my face. I was really hurt to see how the people were suffering. I saw the people from all walks of life being mistreated. Basically I have been taught of my ignorance. There might be a day, when I will be looking in the direction with some direction. But for now, I have handed over the Magerata.com to some entertaining folks who wishes to use the domain to make some positive changes.
They will also use this blog in association with their plans and I have handed over the site to them as well. They might keep the content for SEO purposes but if there are any personal material, I will remove them.
Effectively this is my last post and please show your appreciation for the new owners’ interest in the country and it’s people.They may have better plans and stronger desire than me.
Thank you for all your support that you have shown me. It is just that I have a weaker heart.
In magerata, magerata video on November 15, 2010 at 7:10 am
#LIYOON – #JAPANESE #KILLERWHALE
Many in this world ready to criticize others for their beliefs or habits very easily. Whale killing is one of those things. I understand the state of whales, but it is the west that brought the whale plight about not in very distant past. There are reports of US Navy Sonars affecting whale migration but nothing is done to avert these operations. Commercial ships kill as many whales as Japanese do every year too! Well I like whale meat! and I like the pickled version from North American Native People, (Inupiat) too. :) yes as I said, suck on this blubber.
If you don’t like four letter words, go listen to sound of music.