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39 | TIMEPASS YOU & EYE – A WEEKLY HUMOUR SERIES THAT DEMYSTIFIES BLINDNESS, CURATED BY XRCVC.ORG Image description: A cartoon strip with 9 frames Frame 1: (BG standing and laughing, while his nephew, Pintu, and his friend, Tippy, stand behind him. Pintu is holding a yellow notepad at the level of his chest.) BG: Ha Ha Ha Tippy: What's so funny? Frame 2: (BG looks towards Pintu and Tippy. Pintu is holding a red pencil with the notepad in front of his chest.) BG: Pintu's working on a school project… on blindness!
Tippy: So?! Frame 3: (A close-up of BG smiling) BG: So, I told him he's come to the right person! Frame 4: (BG, Pintu and Tippy continue to stand next to each other. Pintu is holding a red pencil with the yellow notepad.) BG: You know what's really funny though? It's the ability to laugh at oneself! Frame 5:
(BG rests his left arm on Pintu's shoulders, while Pintu appears engrossed in scribbling in his notepad, with his tongue sticking out upwards on the left.)
BG: There are all sorts of blindness, Pintu! Some like me who are born blind! Frame 6: (A close-up of BG) BG: Some have an illness or an accident and have blindness thrust upon them! Frame 7: (A close-up of BG) BG: Some go blind with age… Some are only partially blind! Frame 8: (BG stands near Pintu who continues to scribble in his notepad.) BG: Some simply feign… blindness! Pintu: Who are those? Frame 9: (BG seems irritated while Pintu, who continues to scribble in his notepad, appears disheartened with a frown on his face.) BG: Authorities…! Like those who turn a blind eye to pot holes on our roads! (Signed Ponnappa, in Frame 8)
 

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