Momentary lapses of reason?
Learning to fly?
Naaah ... just too old to rock'n'roll, too young to ...
I can barely remember the 'Sunday'. But I remember looking forward to it because of the Blondie comic strip (which is still published, by the way, but I don't like the strip anymore) Found it pretty odd that they had changed the name to 'Graphiti', though.Funny word. Even funnier when you spell it correctly.
Yesss, Sunday - died a natural death like the Illustrated Weekly under Khushwant Singh and the JS ..sob
haha! yes! I remember that feature and that magazine.Damn. I'm old.
Sunday! Wow. (I remember receiving our copy in the middle of the week.)@Eve's Lungs: The Weekly died under the Sardarji? On the contrary. The magazine died after Singh left, when it tried to become "respectable" (the M.V. Kamath era, I believe.)
Hades, "Sunday" was a different mag. Started by MJ Akbar, iirc. "Graphiti" is the Sunday supplement with "The Telegraph".E Lungs, I second KM.Oz, you do?! I'm surprised at you!KM, you should tell us more.J.A.P.
and that column is the only thing I used to check out "Sunday" for. I miss it!
Hmm Shivraj Patil, Gulzar.. Alec Stuart & Hugh Laurie (House)..mathew perry adam gilchrist..
Anon, thanks, you're the first one to concentrate on the resemblances.Matt Perry and Gilchrist, a fleeting resemblance. Stewart (not Stuart) and Laurie closer, but Hugh is leaner.Patil and Gulzar saab, bang on!J.A.P.
Ricky Ponting and Dubya.
Michael Vaughan and Christian Bale.
Ann Coulter and a horse's ass.
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