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... be cute to end it there but the Salon article above had a nice zinger about her previous book, "a great step-by-step manual for parents who want to systematically weed out any genuine interest or passion for life that their children might innately have". Mine is words and writing. I really enjoy it. Of course it's even better with a few muses to impress, but it's sad that I've taken till I'm 30 to respect myself enough to ...
... Yes, there is the influence of parents and peers. Yes I agree that a nanny state is a bad thing. But for ****'s sake, there is no excuse for a culture of excessive drinking which unnecessarily overwhelms our health services every weekend.
Then again, and now it's my turn to sound like a savage, Darwin's theory of the survival of the fittest is one of my ...
... this PACI map to present at the meetup. Anyway, this has been a major positive development in my experience in Kuwait so far and I'm really happy about it. It took 4 months to get it up and running - about a month slower than it took to get the Phnom Penh Mapping Meetup up and running when I arrived there.
Destroyed Umm Al Aish Earth Station
North of Mutla Ridge up Highway 80 ...
... channels, but only about 4 that I can understand. Unfortunately in the new apartment I've moved into (finally found a place!) all the interesting channels I have to pay more for... so I think I'll be sticking with my books and sitting by/in the pool on the roof. It's an awesome little place with a great view of the city at night and I can see the ocean too :-)
See the attached photos of a soccer match last night between ...
... the prospect of being driven around any more,
got myself out into the maze of arabic car showrooms and bought myself
a car woohoo! Finally a bit of independance and freedom. With it came
the challenge of understanding the endless roads all which come with
two names, the first a number (used by all the expats 30, 40, 2nd ring
road etc) and the second an arabic name too ...