Shelter in cyber cafes

May 9, 2007 at 4:55 pm 6 comments

        From his carefully distressed jeans to his casual-cool navy striped T-shirt, he is every bit the trendy Tokyoite.

        Yet the 26-year-old has been sleeping in a reclining seat in an Internet cafe every night for the past month since he lost his steady office job  and his apartment.

        It’s cheaper than a hotel, offers access to the Internet and hundreds of Manga comic books, and even has a microwave and a shower where he can wash in the morning before heading off to one of his temporary jobs ranging from cleaning to basic office work.

        Internet seems to be so much cheaper than phones and net cafe are cheaper than rooms and flats.

       Japanese cyber cafes have microwave owens and showers too making life easier .
        There are people who work from morning to evening and go home only to sleep and to get dressed up and why waste a lot of money in renting a apartment .

         I dont know what the world is running after . In the past, people worked all the time and a group of protesters wanted the government to have a specific working time and they thought they need to do other jobs than that of working and a regular working time was defined and that was way the workers day was declared.
       And now we are or we are made to run back to the past. I think the world needs another protest for the timings for work..

Anyway are u searching for a apartment. Did u try the nearest internet cafe????????????????

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6 Comments Add your own

  • 1. clara  |  May 10, 2007 at 12:28 am

    ama enna blog rolling ellam oru range a irukku? 😉 kalakra po… y is ms.kirukal not posting anything.. neeyum kooda tamizhla ezhudhu… english than epodum pesarome, y not blog in ur mother tongue? hit kurainjudume nu pakriya? 😉

  • 2. clara  |  May 10, 2007 at 12:29 am

    thamzih na thanglish, english font solren… udane tamimzh ezhuda theriyadhu nu aarambichudadhe 🙂

  • 3. Bala  |  May 10, 2007 at 11:57 am

    Yep..we need a protest..
    naamele namala keduthukitu irukom… we wont know its effects now, we will realise only if a big loss occurs due to this

  • 4. followtheshadow  |  May 11, 2007 at 9:49 am

    @ CLara
    thanglishla post panaren.. ungaluku purinja seri…… 😉

    I am glad to see ur comment … happy 🙂

  • 5. followtheshadow  |  May 11, 2007 at 9:54 am

    @ Bala

    Yes we need one.. How to start and how to get people to it.. No idea…
    There is no point working without time for enjoyment .

  • 6. clara  |  May 13, 2007 at 11:25 pm

    idhuku companies karanam illai… naamale thaan karanam. when we join a company as a fresher or when we are single, you dont have any responsibilites at home. you have all 24 hours for yourself, so u start spending more time at office and coming in weekends, for the free internet, coffee and stuff that it gives.

    this gives the boss an impression that u work hard than others who leave early(mostly family guys), and he expects everyone to do so. and once you get a family for yourself, and start leaving early, the boss starts feeling you are losing interest in work! so it is upto us to set the right expectations from the beginning.

    even if u r single, y not leave the office in time and do some things of your own interest? and whatever work is done in the 8 hours at office shud be enough, provided u dont spend much time in breaks and chats 🙂 ellathukkum mela nalla boss varanum, adhukkum oru kuduppinai venum!

    indiala situation is a little better, cos once u leave the office, u cant be made to work. whereas, matha countriesla work from home nu onnu irukku, so 24/7 u r at work! now even IBM has it in india, i guess. idhaiyavadhu kondu varama niruthungappa!


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