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... been in, about 50 riders. It's quite well organised with a support vehicle at the rear and 2 riders in the pelaton have walkie talkies to communicate with the vehicle too. They are a wonderfully friendly and fun bunch of people to hang out with and I'm so glad I have joined. What wonderful people are Filipinos. I have mainly made Indian friends in the 10 months I've spent in Kuwait but meeting all of these Filipinos lately it's ...
... horror stories, no alcohol driven violence, let alone deaths, were reported in Kuwait for the corresponding period. What is going on in the 'Lucky Country'? The land of sunshine, happiness and general modernity in all forms that is supposed to be Australia? What is this but a straightforward expression of backwardness and savageness? How can I expect others to view me ...
... taking guidance from a gardener who effortlessly, unknowingly, dispenses an efficient economic policy message through his infinitely precious, small and pure world of tending a suburban garden. Next up, the President's speech:
... And there are so many of you
that have proclaimed that we are on
the brink of the worst financial
crisis in this nation's ...
... them would be Indians - but if you saw two young men holding hands in Australia that's an automatic gay. If you want to preserve your man points, you don't touch a man's hand unless it's his right hand and it's a particular type of touching called a handshake. More of a grip really. A manly grip. A brief manly grip.
For some reason I brought my utilikilt to Kuwait. Mainly because I didn't bring it to Cambodia and there were a ...
... then I get slightly embarrassed for even thinking about it. My life is nothing like what you see on bookshelves. So why choose the above title? Shouldn't I be scurrying along with my average anonymous little life?
It was June the 10th, 2011. I was trying to be better than others, as usual. One day, I won't be, and I'll be ok with not being. This hasn't happened in the past 29 years though. Anyway back to my autobiography. We were walking. It was a ...