Indian Institute of Ponytail Management - IIPM

This blog is devoted to the study of Ponytail Management - a field that was given its initial impetus by none other than Arindam Chaudhuri of the Indian Institute of Ponytail Management (IIPM) fame who started a the first ever course on Ponytail Management in the world famous IIPM at Delhi.

Monday, March 06, 2006

Advances in Ponytail Management at IIPM - III

The current bird flu crisis that has resulted in the culling of millions of chickens across the world has been examined with great interest at IIPM. As we all know, chickens are the favorite bird of Arindam Chaudhuri as he never tires in counting them before they hatch. He has also been instrumental in creating thousands of IIPM chickens through the IIPM system, who roam the world at large in a fruitless search for jobs before they find themselves culled by the IIPM system to decorate the exotic spread on the dining table of Ponytail himself. A prime example of the true blood chicken like character of IIPM chickens is in the case of the IIPM alumni who became a hostile witness (a strong legal word for what is essentially chickening out) in the Jessica murder case. Ponytail was so proud of the truly chicken like behavior exhibited by that IIPM alumni that he put his case as essential reading in every national daily in the country in true-to-form IIPM style. This seems be clear signs of the bird flu crisis likely to hit the IIPM chickens and the Indian government will soon have to take upon itself the task of culling all the IIPM chickens before they hatch out of IIPM.

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