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  1. Being the guy you have written about, I loved that you have taken the mission of Customs Superintendent Souza to the world. Truly appreciated, and thanks a ton.

    Great story telling quality, without losing the facts. Interesting reading.

    For all who read this blog – I was 25 when I left smoking, thanks to Mr Souza, and I am 65 now. Have managed for 40 years. I hope the young 2nd Mate, Souza, rests in peace, and the story inspires others.

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  2. This Fathers Day, there were instances, where the son and self clashed due to a couple of poor (my opinion) decisions of the Indian captain , but, thanks to the shoddy (and yawning) Pakistanis, the mini-war between the father and son culminated into great bonhomie, once India won, close to midnight.

    Your article also brought back old memories, when I would deliberately lose to my son in all games. There was happiness in general, and especially for the son and his proud mother.

    Great article.

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  3. Extremely hilarious and very true of Punjabis and their weddings.

    I did not know that a big breakfast, followed immediately after by hearty beer and lunch, as experienced by me in a couple of Sikh weddings I have attended, is the norm. Thanks for the useful (for the future) information.

    Cheers!!

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