A Tale of Two Crows

Posted on June 10, 2008
Filed Under >A for [Pine]Apple, Photo of the Day, Politics
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Asma Mirza

I came across this captivating photograph printed in Dawn a couple of days back. Left me in awe for few seconds.

Even the crows know that they can quench their thirst turn by turn; which is probably in their best interest. Unlike their human friends.

Errr… I don’t want to make this amazing capture political but the term “turn by turn” reminds me of our very own Senator Asif Ali Zardari and Mian Nawaz Sharif. An ex-senator who is so heartly called one even these days by PTV; and an ex-PM who is trying hard to enter the privileged class of parliamentarians. Do you think they are back for any good or are they just quenching their thirst too, on our money, turn by turn?

As a commentor on Islamabad Metblog aptly mentioned, “And please remember no matter how much you launder, clean and wash a leopard; his spots will never change.

Don’t let your hopes go sky-high. Hydrate yourself enough.

‘coz in the end, “Sab Maaaya Hay

22 responses to “A Tale of Two Crows”

  1. ShahidnUSA says:

    Crows or Ravens?
    Definitely not the falcons or eagles but more like an intellegent
    American crows specially the migrated ones. ;)

  2. Eidee Man says:

    @Asma,
    no, completely disagree with you here. PPP, PML are not great, in fact, they’ve done a lot of harm over the past decades . But I would NEVER compare them with the likes of MQM.

  3. Zak says:

    Way to go Asma Mirza… very well said.This is true they want to eat and grab all the sources of wealth of our pakistan turn by turn… and our people are so ignorant they are blinded by the PML, PPP, AND the biggest bastards (Lawyers)
    Untill these people are alive, our country will never be a developed country…. shame on us for following such crooks.

  4. Asma says:

    @Zaka, Ironically its so hard to decide who are the worst of all from the lot of Q, N, PPP, MQM or even the army.

  5. Mir Tabassum Mairaj says:

    Most of our leaders are suffering from kleptomania. And this is incurable.

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