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Forgotten But Not Gone. For many years Roger was the sports editor of the Bangkok Post and still has a regular Sunday column called Post Script.
After his last book, PostScript, many thought Crutch would do the decent thing and consent to being put out to pasture without little more than a whimper. But you can't keep an old dog down and he kept on and on and on with his Sunday column in the Outlook section of the Bangkok Post. Well, it does good paper bag material after all.
There was some talk of him being dispatched to the knacker's yard, but the Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Aging Hacks reportedly intervened so he is still with us.
Unlike his first book which was thought by some as "too frivolous" in "PostScript: Forgotten But Not Gone" Crutch discusses matters of substance such as rogue potholes, squashed lizards, naked teachers and dancing policemen. And we must not forget Ms Yasothon's eating habits.
You have been warned.