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... as you can see by reading the source article. It seems like half the population of Kuwait is Indian and Filipino so this would be a drastic change and would send an even clearer message that something needs to happen. All right now I've got that out of my system the other main events were travel related, including ticking off another country in my Axis of Evil Ski Tour, North Korea. This was an eye opening experience and I can say, unlike Iran, that ...
... br> The twist of a throttle
Offers 50 times walking pace
Where a 1000 mile boat trip
Is no pain for the diesel slurping
House sized monster of torque
Churning a blade of metal
Unstoppable by the most persistent of Pacific doldrums
Where food tumbles in abundance
Not from branches but shelves
Oblivious to the fashion of the sun or rain
In places called
We have won
... some video as I had to watch where I was driving. I'm glad I'd put in a few months of training on Highway 30/Fahaheel Expressway beforehand otherwise I wouldn't have had the balls to join in.
Anyway, it was a great day out and quite interesting to see how a race like this was managed given the jockeys were radio controlled little whipping machines which even had speakers on them through which the driver in the car could whisper ...
... a particularly long time. The infamous and fantastic Amy Chua detailed three factors behind successfully raised children in her latest book, satirised rather well here. I quickly identified with it when I read this New York Post article. It summarises her book as basically 2 lists, one containing 8 migrant groups (in the USA) and one containing 3 common factors amongst people of these groups. Salon and many other publications ...
... are proud to display it in their homes and offices. You get interviewed. My uncle was even interviewed for the national archives.
This makes me think about my own life and the reasons behind my chosen profession. Now, after 2.5 years of study and ...