The QSM Express is chugging along…expected to arrive on time.

The QSM Express is running on time.
Though there was an initial delay, but it is expected to make time by picking up speed.
The QSM Express doesn’t go through Haryana and it isn’t among the trains that were cancelled. 

So breath easy.
I’m still chained to my desk. Juggling work, other work, the QSM Magazine, and home.
Anandhotep becomes more irritating and demanding with each passing minute. (Now I know what those construction workers who built the pyramids felt…or not. They were likely treated better than I am.)

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About Anand

Parodist, Humorist, Caricaturist, Nerd.
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16 Responses to The QSM Express is chugging along…expected to arrive on time.

  1. NJ says:

    Now this great news to read on a monday morning 😛 I am happy QSM doesn’t had to cross haryana 😛

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    • Anand says:

      Thanks Neerja. I too am happy – not only because it doesn’t have to cross Haryana, but also because it doesn’t have to set foot in Delhi. The manmade water-crisis in the city makes me hang my head in shame.

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      • NJ says:

        Oh this reservation thing just make me so sad, I have been lately reading lot of post on this ..after long time I liked something by chetan bhagat ..Did you read his article on TOI ?? If not check it out ..It was nice with some geeky explanation 😛 .I hope there must be something quirky about it in QSM too 😛 and yeah do read this one too 😀 https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/india-country-where-everyone-wants-backward-bikram-lamba

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      • Anand says:

        I’ll check out the link, Neerja. Thanks for pointing me to it. The newest QSM doesn’t have anything on reservation (sorry! The content is being finalized by Anandhotep as I write this.) I am not keen on divisive issues anyway, so not missing it at all. Who cuts a city’s water supply off to make a point? It’s sad – and the saddest part of it is that we even think of stooping to such levels! I’d rather that the government reserved seats for all communities per their percentage in the population and throw away merit into the Indian ocean.

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  2. adsunsri says:

    You do look like a mummy from a pyramid for after life!!!:)

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  3. Wandering Soul says:

    I was already wondering but didn’t write to for fear of distracting you and attracting Anandhotep’s wrath. Look forward to the magazine. All the best!

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  4. Good for you…stay chained to that desk until QSM is out and about! After that Anandhotep will think about your release plan 😀

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  5. BunKaryudo says:

    I’m looking forward to its arrival. Anand. Incidentally, I wonder if I can get a job building a pyramid? Sound cushier than what I’m actually doing. 🙂

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    • Anand says:

      Bun, I have no idea of what you are actually doing, but it must be a lot better than what I am doing…and while those muscles in my caricature might lead you to believe that I’d love to ferry stones from the quarries to the construction site, I assure you that I still prefer being chained to my messy desk.

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      • BunKaryudo says:

        You mean… those muscles aren’t real? You may be right. I’ve been so amazingly busy recently that even building pyramids is beginning to look good, but the fact is I probably would be rather poor at it given that I don’t have particularly impressive muscles.

        On the other hand, the pyramid builders apparently had a protein-rich diet, a plentiful supply of beer and a high-standard of medical care (for the time), so they were doing pretty well for themselves all things considered. 🙂

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      • Anand says:

        They come and go. My weights often lie forgotten, remembered only when we move the house. Right now, my muscles are on the verge of disappearing. It does appear that they did better than we are doing. I won’t grudge inheriting a time machine, except that Punjabis aren’t known for producing inventors – I doubt if we invented anything except butter-chicken!

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