Comments Posted By ramani
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Noble concerns but very vague.
It would be good to know who are the team members, what are their qualifications and if they are working with ISKCON’s Education ministry?
Comment Posted By ramani On 14.06.2010 @ 09:24
“Someone may wonder how it is that gurus can attend training seminars.”
Why on earth would anyone wonder that?
Comment Posted By ramani On 28.10.2008 @ 11:19
This is instructive. Devotees often also quote/misquote spiritual figures from other traditions with a view to proving the superiority of Vashnavism. It is useful to see how this misbehaviour looks when we are on the receiving end.
Comment Posted By ramani On 29.08.2008 @ 16:11
To be more precise, there are six options: approve, disapprove, disapprove, disapprove, disapprove or disapprove. When you have so many negative options and only one positive, then that is a bias which betrays its creators’ preference.
And of course, putting a survey immediately after a long explanation of why we should vote in a certain way merely adds to the bias.
The survey would be unbiased if it came after a balanced discussion of the topic and if the questions were more fairl weighted.
As it is, it’s not serious. Just another internet drama.
(btw, I don’t much like the current design, but I dislike biased internet surveys even more:)
Comment Posted By ramani On 22.08.2008 @ 17:02
So let’s get this straight. FIVE of the six options are “I disapprove”. It’s not what you’d call a balanced survey is it?
Comment Posted By ramani On 22.08.2008 @ 10:58
But the simple fact is that today, in 2008, happy dolls sounds completely lame to most people. Is the name Happy Doll supposed to be an inviolable and eternal principle, or should we use our brains?
Comment Posted By ramani On 14.05.2008 @ 12:38
Deities look very sweet, but the name is a bit weak. Happy Dolls? A bit passe. Not too sure about the “attractive packaging” either.
Comment Posted By ramani On 12.05.2008 @ 14:04