yeah, humans definitely picked the short straw vis-a-vis baby cuteness.i like the way the site says 'As Told by Morgan Freeman'. heh
True. There's considerable variation, though. Indian babies are particularly poorly endowed in the cuteness department, don't you think?The movie's great, except I wish they hadn't used the word "love" so often, and had used "survival" a bit more. Also "evolution". No wonder all those christian fundamentalist groups took to it so well. Apparently the Hindi version is called "Penguins: A Love Story". and is narrated by Amitabh Bachchan. Slightly bizarre, that.
heh. baby is as baby does? they should all be sedated.i haven't seen MotP, possibly mostly because my grandfather constantly attempted to shove it down my throat when it came out. THis, and Winged Migration are two things i really should see.ah yes, it did come out with the Big B doing narration. was a big item when it happened. however, did you know that the original french version had the penguins talking? :P
Yeah they are incredibly cute - when u see them awkwardly waddle along u cant help but smile :)Puppies, baby elephants, Lambs.. heck.. even Baby donkeys look super cute
Bobo: The penguins in the french film talk? The french version does start off with a strange song...Abhilash: Heh, yeah. The waddle's especially cute.
Say, nina - are u done with "My name is Red" !? yeti got pissed with it - and its stuck in the middle - I'l throttle Orhan Pamuk, Black, Shekure and the Elegant Effendi if i get half a chance :)I wonder what u make of it!
Abhilash: No, not yet. Every time I try to read it, I fall asleep. I like it, and yet can't seem to get past the first 100 pages. I think it's just starting trouble...
ah, them crazy frog-eaters.. heh, that book thing has plagued me in the form of naguib mahfouz's palace walk. it intimidates me. must be the tiny print.
Bobo: Never read Mahfouz. I've seen Midaq Alley though. I won't even start on the number of books I've started, got past the halfway mark and then abandoned. Quite a long list, and One Hundred Years of Solitude is at the top of it.
heh. yeah, i suffer from the same malady. just can't seem to finish books at times. i was reading the graphic novel Palestine for over a year. but finally finished it. it was cathartic.
One Hundred years of Solitude - omigod - I'l pay someone a couple of hundred bucks to get the book off my hands :)The same alsos written nother one "Love in the time of the cholera" which is pretty highly touted too - I wudnt dare to spend money on a copy of that
Bobo: I can imagine! Seven years and three attempts later, One Hundred Years remains unfinished. Sigh.Seven years (approx.) is also the time it took my brother to finish Charlie and the Chocolate factory.Abhilash: One day, I shall finish it. Wouldn't dare try any of his other works, of course.
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