Well, the other part of the quote that we conveniently ignore is that "Fools seldom differ".
But because Writer Sujatha cannot be included in the second category, I include myself in the first category. :)
விஷயம் இதுதான்... I wrote a post (a so called post) sometime back, called Puraanam. Before writing this post I was induced by a thought process. What we call mythologies feature incidents and gadgets that are fantasy filled. Because they don't exist any longer, and because those stories were of the past, we term it under mythological elements. What if Mythologies were, actually, those days' science fiction.
இதுதான் எமது கருத்து.
And in This week's Vikatan - Katrathum Petradhum, Sujatha reflects the same thing. It gives me pleasure to think that someone else also thinks on the same line/wavelength as I do.
Either Sujatha had plagiarized my thought, or we can choose to say "Great men think alike !" :)
I know it is a little too much for me. But where's thrill without it.
UPDATE : I was reading through the archives of my own blog (i'm getting hopeless), and i stumbled upon a old post of mine. THIS. Read it and you will find Sujatha's famous Dialogue in Sivaji.
Something seriously fishy, guys !! :)