Op-Eds from Beyond
Or: What The Ghostly Express Tribune Op-Ed Writer Head Shots Tell Us About Them
Furrowed brow and mouth slightly agape indicate journo was interrupted in the middle of some very important discussion, likely on the media or Khyber Pakhtunkhwa. Bald head plus goatee indicates seriousness of intent. Perfectly straddles the line of “highly concerned – slightly annoyed” that all Op-Ed writers must to be taken seriously.
Omar Bilal Akhtar
Pensive. Likely to come under undue criticism due to nature as musician / counter culture-ish person. Likely to be defended by tremendously unfunny asshat.
Tremendously unfunny asshat.
Faiza S. Khan
Likely to eat your children for breakfast. Hair will stay perfectly coiffed. Tongue persistently venomous.
Dr. Rubina Saigol
Has already eaten your children for breakfast, and now hungers.
Younger version of Wajahat Khan. Does not need to replace cranial hair with the facial variety yet. Tightly pursed lips indicate secrets just dying to get out.
With hair like that, who needs to actually be good at writing columns?
Alright, now, who’s the funny guy? Who let an old into the Express Tribune?
(All photographs courtesy of Express Tribune, which all jokes aside actually seems to be shaping up into a decent newspaper. Please don’t sue me.)