The curious diary of Mr. Jam, as its name implies, curious indeed and astute enough to find the jockey tone from nook and cranny, is certainly a breakthrough in writing articles. His dialogue-based articles and trenchantly witty write-ups enabled him to be one of the top columnists in Asia. A satirical tone spiced with an excellent sense of humour and marked moderation is Mr. Jam's palette which kept him as an entirely distinguished humorist.
Around one year ago, Mr. Jam cast a marked satire on the damning remarks by journalists in case of writing on the event of thumping shoes on George W. Bush. Some eminent journalists ended up their reports with a tone that thumping shoes is always an insulting remark 'in Iraq'. With the natural style of humour, Mr. Jam wrote, “Does thumping shoes show love in other parts of the world?” He was dejected at those silly remarks by journalists and ended up with a pessimistic tone, “people can be incredibly stupid.”
That's the way to point the cursor towards silly remarks not in an irritating style but in a moderate manner. It may easily be understood from his write-ups that a simple event can be spicy and humorous due to witty presentation. In today's civilization bestowed with paraphernalia and machines, people like Mr. Jam conspicuously make a difference, make the expression of spontaneity emerging out of artificiality.