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... Baby seemed to especially be in a rush - she kept talking about how she didn't want Angela to get to the house and no one to be there... I could sense a bit of what we call "PPA" in my family. (If you want to know what this means, you have to ask me and I'll give you a definition. It basically happens before big parties and after them too)
Anyway, we bought candy and then made our way back to Ate Baby's house. I approached the gate ...
Feeling we had no real option, we stood by the side of the road and thumbed down the first bus to Manilla that arrived a few minutes later. The plan in our head being that we could do some online research when we arrived and work out a good plan with regards to weather. Sitting down and glancing up at The A-Team just starting up and it was going to be a good trip. Then Battleships started up and finished and ...
... depicting the battles and explaining their significance. On either side were wall of rememberence of the 36,282 American and Filippino's that died fighting the Japanese in WWII. There are thousands of names on rows and rows of the walls that make up the memorial. On the memorial lawns there are crosses for every name and the crosses cover 152 acres. It shows the enomous stakes of war and how many lives are ...
... Occasionally a Kashmiri would seems to blow up over something simple like, "Hey, buddy, can you pass the salt???" "YES, YESSSSS!!!! Why NOT??? Of COURSE I pass the salt. Kashmir very GOOOODD!!! You like Kashmir??? Kashmir paradise. No???" And I'd say "Yeah, man, it's cool but careful don't have an aneurysm over it. And, uh, the salt???"
Something happened to me in Kashmir, I suppose. When I got back to India I just couldn't take it anymore. I fly ...