Burn the dance floor!

February 16, 2008 at 7:24 AM 4 comments

What with all the restrictions on keeping discotheques and dance clubs open, Bangaloreans are starting to feel they are in a bureaucratic democracy. One in which they are told what to do and what not to do. I know i am reproducing the content of the newspaper, but it is not so.

When i read the paper today morning i felt the government is trying to rob the people of its time to relax after a week full of workload and tension. But, my fellow bangaloreans, we must stop to think. Is dancing half-conscious and barely aware of your surroundings really that relaxing? Have you ever tried a walk in the park or spent time with your family? Most people would answer no to this question. However, I am not here to say it is “Wrong” to enjoy the way you want to. All I am saying is; what if they shut down the dance clubs? We can still prove to them we are not some kind of unorthodox cult.

This measure proves to us that the government IS bureaucratic. It has been like this for a long time. People are starting to notice it only because they have done something so abrupt. Instead of “Dancing” on the roads and interrupting traffic to prove your point, we can stop going to dance clubs at all. Of course, for a while. The government won’t be willing to lose such a big share of tax. So all you workaholics out there… Its just a matter of time before everything is settled. Until then, enjoy yourself by doing one of the above mentioned things or however else you want to.


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4 Comments Add your own

  • 1. harshasrisri  |  February 16, 2008 at 12:42 PM

    it is a remainder call, though late. the burnout experienced by professionals can best be cured by nature. it is high time people think with a steady mind about the different natural ways to relax themselves.

  • 2. apoorva  |  February 18, 2008 at 6:53 PM

    tatz really true…people r forgetting that life do exsist beyond clubs,parties n all.they have forgotten that they can even enjoy by not visiting such clubs. that doesnt mean that one should not go,but occassionally.it shouldnt be a daily routine.they are searching for big big happiness n forgetting all small ones which they come across every day.this should not happen.
    hey this is really a gud topic.

  • 3. surabhi  |  April 13, 2008 at 9:20 PM

    well i guess you are right in some way.i mean of course spending time with your loved ones,walk in the park all these things do rejuvenate your mind,but i guess its more about showing off how much bank balance you have and how well you can flaunt it!!!!i bet the half the people who go the clubs are not really used to it…but just wanna go because they think its ‘the happening’ to do.not that i am against clubs and discos…but sometimes its the smallest things that can bring great happiness!!!

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