`Good Bye` Blue Elephant

  • 8 Apr 2007 14:23:54 GMT

    Yeh! These days it`s not a good time for Blue Elephants!!

  • 8 Apr 2007 17:57:47 GMT

    Fading away of BLUE ELEPHANT

    Sad to note the disappearance of Blue Elephant after 20 yrs. Stepping on to BE had been always pleasant and joyous with good memories. This is another sad but the reality of `impermanency.` I wonder whether it is appropriate to invite the Opposition Leader - Ranil Wickramasinghe to say something good who is still holding on the UNP - GREEN ELEPHANT.

    Alfred Seneviratne

  • 8 Apr 2007 22:47:35 GMT

    In a country like ours this type of club should not have been allowed to operate. Our people are poor and a very few can afford the luxsury of patronising clubs. This was allowed with the intension of collecting revenue to the state.

    The state should plan the economy controlling the imports for example the luxary vehicles. It is a shame for the state to give Rs 25,000/- for a poor man to build a house while a Minister is living in a Bungalow worth 2-3 million rupees.

    They have alot to learn from our neighbour INDIA.

  • 9 Apr 2007 04:14:34 GMT

    Kapila and the crew,

    thank you for the music,You all did a great job .I wanna know why you want to close this place?

    suna from new york.

  • 9 Apr 2007 04:19:24 GMT

    [Wow, is this really news worthy? I mean there`s roughly 21, 000, 000 people on this island and maybe a few 100, 000 (i`m guessing here) have been to the Blue Elephant.]

    Going by this argument, news of most of the political parties too are not important as they the votes they can get in an election is much less the figure of 100,000.