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Sunday, March 25, 2007

Now let's enjoy some Cricket

Now that India is well, almost out (and Woolmer's murder makes it difficult for a possible match-fixing syndicate to pay Bangladesh to lose) we can finally get to watch some real cricket featuring real cricket teams, real cricket players, and some real analysts and commentators.

Goodbye Mandira Bedi. Goodbye Charu Sharma. Goodbye 'Ritambara'. Goodbye terrible motorcycle adverts. Goodbye idiot journalists.

Update: India is out, so we can start looking at other debates rightaway.

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Comments to Now let's enjoy some Cricket

Aiyaiyo - we have a traitor in our midst. Mangatha, Kaliyatha, Ponatha ellam Odi vaanga.

posted by Blogger BNB 

12:16 am, March 25, 2007
 

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posted by Blogger rvtheace 

7:26 pm, March 25, 2007
 

Terrible motorcycle ads?

What I found to be terrible were the 'Go India' type ads, especially the Pepsi one.

But honestly, the motorcycle ads were all cool, I thought. Apache's 'cheetah' one was great, but the more recent ad for the Bajaj Kristal was brilliant! HAHA, never thought a scooter could be given a masculine image, but what Bajaj couldn't even manage with the Pulsar (no, it's not definitely male), they have managed with that great ad for a little scooter.

Keep it up Indian ad makers, you are our finest artists!

posted by Blogger rvtheace 

7:29 pm, March 25, 2007
 

i thot i was the only one happy when Srilanka thrashed India on Friday. Looks like I have company :)

It was peaceful to watch Set max without those ooh ha india and world cup cola ads.

posted by Blogger Narayanan 

11:13 am, March 26, 2007
 

btw..did u watch the news channels off late. the cricketers will be out of ad client list :-)

posted by Blogger Narayanan 

11:14 am, March 26, 2007
 

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