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We have spoken about it before here. Now some tech savvy desis have made it official. More from Muneeza Naqvi of the Associated Press.
Posted by Ruchira Paul at 10:14 AM in Educational, Cultural & Social Matters, Language Arts | Permalink
It took me about 5 minutes of "eating my own head" before I figured out your post. I scared myself thinking I might have "samosadetitis." I almost had my own "passing out ceremony" on my kitchen floor.
Norman Costa |
August 19, 2011 at 12:24 PM
For you, Ruchira, remember the 'monkey cap' that you mentioned to me in an email.
Hope you are getting over the jet lag, I still have some, despite having been back for almost a week from the GMT time zone.
August 19, 2011 at 03:24 PM
Oh, Norman! I thought the concise post was very easy to figure out. Thank god, your "passing out ceremony" was not "pre-poned" by my negligent presumptions :-)
Hi Sujatha, I have been miraculously free of jet lag this time. I was tired all of Tuesday after getting home around 11am at the end of a 26 hour journey. But I have been up and about since early Wednesday morning without passing out (in the American sense). Perhaps I am speaking to soon. The across-the-world India to US jet lag can creep up any time, even after a week. So may be that was not so "goodly spoken."
The Monkey Cap raises its ugly head again. But why not? We've had fun with it before and a cold fearing Bengali is endlessly amusing.
August 19, 2011 at 04:28 PM
What to do, we are like that only:) The East-to-West jetlag usually hits after a few days or a week. Jetlagged jetlag, I'm sure. It will knock you out when you least expect it.
August 19, 2011 at 04:59 PM
Welcome back! I missed you so. I am anxious for the full photo-blog experience, too. Meanwhile, what a wonderful post!
Elatia Harris |
August 20, 2011 at 10:17 PM
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