INDIA UPDATE

Many physicists today postulate the existence of multiple universes, even when sober. We used to live in a world of infinite possibilities. Now we live in an infinite number of worlds. India shines. Democracy thrives. The economy booms. A hundred flyovers bloom. This is not that India. If you see your picture here one day, don’t worry. That’s not you.

Quickies


Analysts are predicting a swing to the left.

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7 comments on “Quickies

  1. walkerjay
    October 3, 2012

    Left of the viewer or left of Mr Tightlip?

  2. n
    October 3, 2012

    Strange looking donkeys you have over there.

  3. suranga date (@ugich)
    October 3, 2012

    CBI investigates the SWING scam ?

  4. babso2you
    October 23, 2012

    Actually, looking at this photograph the monkey is actually to the right not the left from his vantage point, which would indicate the swing. So, if the analysts were correct it would be a swing to the right not the left.

    Why the comment on my post about Hump Day, which is what we refer to in the U.S. as Wednesday? Why did you consider a post of photos of camels, with humps, being false advertising? It was not advertising anything other than the fact that it was Wednesday. I was thinking that maybe you were having a bad moment.

    • shovonc
      October 23, 2012

      Closely studying Mel Brooks movies led me to think of a hump as something quite different, so I eagerly opened your post, only to find camels. I stand by my complaint. Also, why is the US favoring camels? Is it a goodwill gesture towards Saudi Arabia?

  5. babso2you
    October 23, 2012

    Dogs instead of camels maybe? No country affiliation with the name of the day.

    The origin goes back to the 1800′s and the saying was actually “over the hump.” The meaning was beyond the midpoint of something that was stressful or difficult. The term “hump day” came about to mean the middle of the week. The term shows up in a JJ Cale song from 1979 called “Friday.”

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