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... into putting myself down. But that you might have thought that, and that I anticipated you might have, is part of my point. I'm being realistic. It really is like this, I'm just like anyone else. It's slightly disturbing and funny at the same time that I am feeling insightful saying this. I am a member of that anonymous crowd of people that is 'others', 'society', 'workers'. In writing this down here I am deliberately ...
... 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 ...
i'm sure you look at a couple of photos and may say kuwait is an wonderful place to be but the question is are you the person for the place ? since i've been here in the kingdom of ali were the people look at you with idle eyes as if you were apart of wildlife . i have notice that this beautiful sandy beach is a toxic wasteland full of wonderful people that indeed will come off to be a bit snobbish .walking down the sidewalk ...
... after the adventures of the last post. There I saw an amazing Chihuly style glass artwork hanging in an atrium. The funny thing is, the last time I saw one of these was at Titan King Casino(?) in Bavet, Cambodia on the Vietnam border! I looked back through my other Travelpod blog about this placement but couldn't find a photo ...
... 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 ...