(top-left) 43 | TIMEPASS (top-right) mid-day Sunday, September 24, 2017 | YOU & EYE – A WEEKLY HUMOUR SERIES THAT DEMYSTIFIES BLINDNESS, CURATED BY XRCVC.ORG Image description: A cartoon strip with 10 frames… Frame 1: (Pintu looks at Tippy with his eyebrows raised enquiringly, while Tippy's face appears red with rage, as she rests her left hand on her hip.) Pintu: Tippy… Do you believe in godmen? Tippy: No way! Frame 2: (Pintu now has his left hand resting on his hip as he looks at Tippy with lowered eyebrows, while Tippy's eyes point to her top-right as she seems to be contemplating.) Pintu: Do you believe in God? Tippy: Now that's not an easy question! Frame 3: (A close-up of Tippy with her eyebrows raised; she has now turned such that Pintu is behind her.) Tippy: BG might answer that! Frame 4: (BG is seen from the back, while seated on a black chair. Pintu stands and looks at him with wide-open eyes.) BG: Hmmm! I shall try! Frame 5: (A close-up of BG now seen from the front, while seated on the chair; Pintu stands behind and looks upwards.) BG: When I was young… I was a theist! Frame 6: (A close-up of BG smiling while seated on the chair.) BG: During my college days, I became an atheist! Frame 7: (Pintu's eyes point to the top-right while he appears straight-faced. BG has his hands bent at the elbow, and pointing towards Pintu, while still seated.) BG: When I entered the job market, which was never easy for me… I leaned towards Agnosticism! Frame 8: (Pintu looks away upwards, slightly unsure. BG rests the index finger of his right hand on his chin, seemingly contemplating.) BG: Now that I have some understanding of life... I'm like... more of an... Anatheist! Frame 9: (A close-up of Pintu, now looking cross) Pintu: I do not understand a word of what you say! Frame 10: (Pintu, with his eyes wide open, seems shocked, while BG rests his right hand across Pintu's shoulders.) Pintu: I asked you if you believe in God! BG: I believe that God can never be understood! (Signed Ponnappa, in Frame 8)
 

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