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... for reader comments. Yahoo also blocks / censors words that it considers offensive / racist. In an example of an overzealous application of this censorship, they even block out the word “monkey” in the comment section of this article – about monkeys! I wonder just who it is that they are suggesting people might be referring to as monkeys? To me, Yahoo’s implication that the word “monkey” is probably being used to refer ...
... to go somewhere by rickshaw, Gregory and I put some distance between ourselves so that it might look like we weren’t together. But the rickshaw drivers have already seen us together. So one driver picked up Gregory – and then drove up to me with Gregory in the rickshaw, fully expecting me to jam myself into the small space and join Gregory in the rickshaw. When he saw what the driver was trying to do, Gregory shouted to the driver, “He’s ...
... using just your own body and things that you might have with you, say, in a hotel room (like the maid. Ha. Well, that joke doesn’t work in India as the “maids” here are always men.) Seriously, this book gives exercise ideas that are very useful for me as a traveler.
I’m about halfway through “Private Empire: ExxonMobil and American Power”, a very good insight into the inner workings of both the company – and ...
... in always-hot Bangkok.
Because he did such a good job yesterday, I dropped off some more clothes at the laundry place. In the process, I think I might have found the one dishonest person in India. He didn’t notice that I noticed, but when I dropped off the clothes this time, he didn’t refer to some pricelist to decide how much to charge me. Nor did he rely on his memory of his prices. (Given that he’s been doing nothing other than ...
... experiences and
having the same reactions because “that’s the way it’s always been.” It feels
pretty incredible to have these tools and know how to use them while being open
to learning more.
I really can’t believe that we are all done- that we have
graduated, had our ceremony and said our goodbyes. I feel so lucky that I don’t
have to rush off to the next thing. How luxurious to wake up and not have a
plan; to let ...