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Quakeboy's Evil Scientist Lab Release

Here I am presenting the blog readers (I mean the few of you who are my good friends who I irritate terribly asking to read after posting this and also the amazing few who read it on their own and the poor ones who reach here by google !)...

Lets begin again. I am presenting the blog readers the new column - "Evil Scientist". This is what popped on my head suddenly as I was sitting at office thinking about how to solve an OpenGL surface generator problem..

I composed an SMS in my mobile as written below

"latest magic sms viRus - you cAnnot Just forwArd this Very msg 2 more thAn 3 ppl. If u do, ur phoNe will switch off automaticallY. bt u cAn turn it on again."

and forward it to some people, some were girls (as I believe 90% of the girls in this world are dumb) and a some guys too who are my close friends who would understand my intention and forward it to others :)

Will have to wait and see if this message spreads fast !

Extra hint :- The Caps in the msg mean something :) I forwarded it exactly like that...


  1. Before any one of you start abusing me for this stupid idea, especially after having read the "forwarded frustrations" post :D

    I am sorry, but I felt very cool, after this idea popped in my head.. and you know, sms are not as viral as mails..

    soo... [me grinnning]

  2. No wonder... Its popped out of your head... Nice way to spread your name... :D

  3. Lets see how fast this spreads.
    Will notify you the moment i get this msg.. :) :)

    A fast way to spread your name n glory... :)

    >>I believe 90% of the girls in this world are dumb
    I dunno if they are dumb as such, but surely they are the ones who believe and fwd these kinda dumb msges. :D

  4. I'm not sure whether your mind is Evil Scientist Lab, but surely it is an Evil Lab :)..

  5. @Sudeep thanx buddy..
    @Akilan lol..same pinch :P
    @Prajish Scientist or not doesn't matter.. cool thing is that its EVIL.. muhahahaha !

  6. COOL! I didn't know you were a professional Game Designer. Any tips for a guy who is looking to start a similar career?

  7. @Pavan Well.. read Steve Jobs Stanford speech text first by googling.. and

    "Stay hungry, Stay foolish" :)

    Don't just show interest, believe you will be a professional game developer.

    Never take a job just for money alone, even if u fail in some interviews, stick to something related to games and graphics jobs. Please don't join MNC/Large companies, prefer small/medium sized companies :)

  8. I will remember that. I never wanted to make money by working under these huge MNCs from the start. I want to be unique and I believe I see myself as a game designer ten years from now. :)

  9. @IndiaPavan

    So I believe I will have you joining in my game company in another 3 years time :)

  10. //Don't join MNC/Large companies, prefer small and medium sized companies//

    I learnt this fact the hard way. Rightly said.

    Destination Infinity

  11. lol... lets c if u get tat sms back..


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