A spade by any other name…

18 Jun

By Aditya

Bishan Bedi may be a bit of a loud mouth, but the man is no fool. “Power without Accountability” is a perfect description of Gavaskar, the extra-constitutional interfering busybody of Indian cricket. Too bad, Bedi doesn’t have the political savvy and suaveness to make himself heard by those who are in positions of power. Oh wait, those imbeciles couldn’t care less about Indian cricket.


6 Responses to “A spade by any other name…”

  1. some body June 18, 2007 at 1:15 am #

    yet to read the whole entire article, but this is priceless …

    “… Gavaskar, who is widely respected for his stature …”

    now if only dude was a little taller ;-).

    – s.b.

    p.s.: for someone who has always been at loggerheads with gavaskar, it is ironic that bedi named his son gavasinder (unless my memory fails me), ain’t it?

  2. Aditya June 18, 2007 at 2:42 am #

    sb, right. I was thinking about the Gavasinder thing too… if bedi is pissed off at Gavaskar, he can take it out on poor Gavasinder

  3. MP June 18, 2007 at 6:28 am #

    Bedi is always entertaining and is rarely off target!
    He never cares about consequences of his actions or statements. Also explains how an innocent, like his son, has to walk around with a name such as Gavasinder Singh Bedi! (never knew this… but it is quite a hilarious sounding name).

  4. Vijay June 18, 2007 at 4:11 pm #

    That description .. “Power without Accountability”.. is an apt one.. just like the commies in the center…

    MP… at least he wasnt named Gasinder… (Gavaskar’s real talent for “gas”)

  5. some body June 18, 2007 at 4:36 pm #

    just noticed – should that not be ‘pawar without (minus) accountability’ = gavaskar?

    – s.b.

  6. Aditya June 18, 2007 at 6:50 pm #

    Sb, are you implying Pawar has accountability? You’re joking, right? The guy’s a politician! Probably thinks that accountability is what chartered accountants do!

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