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Baby care II: Down under

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I have spent most of the past three days in airports or airplanes going to or coming from Australia. Even in a 26 hour visit, there was enough time for me to be deeply impressed. In particular, this is the highest possible implementation of classy:

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But perhaps more importantly, with all that time in airports, I was able to revisit my recent post on "Baby Care" in the Delhi airport. Australia takes a different, but similarly explicit, approach:

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update: I'm heading back to the airport (where else?) to catch up with the surveyors in sunny Sagar, Madhya Pradesh, but I realized that in my sleepiness I forgot the punch line,

ahem:

So, can Indian men become as manly as the Aussies?

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