One cannot judge the value of an opinion simply by the amount of courage that is required in holding it.
– A famous Bihari in an unfinished essay on writer Evelyn Waugh, 1949
Do you schmucks know the identity of this famous Bihari?
Since God has not bestowed Indians with enough gray matter, my innate generosity compels me to give you an easy clue – The Bihari served as an officer in the Indian Police Service.
On second thoughts, given that I’m dealing with a large gaggle of dickheads, here’s one more clue – This Bihari’s father was an opium trader.
Cast off your dunce-caps now and put your thinking caps on.
No googling allowed.
OK blockheads, today’s your lucky day.
Here, take another clue – This Bihari is more famous than Rajendra Prasad, Jayaprakash Narayan and Lalu Prasad Yadav combined (three well known personalities from Bihar).
If you dimwits can’t get the right answer with three clues and without googling, then the SI blog is wasted on you cud-chewing quadrupeds.