Plaza Athenee Hotel
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... that I'm not special and nothing can change that. I'm not responsible for exercising some talent I have to the full. Because I don't have any. Also it makes me free because I can dispense with the ridiculous effort that it takes to live life under the influence of these three factors. The stress, it's a killer! Who cares. Live a little. If I'm not that impressive, what gives.
Nobody really minds that I am who I am.
... we really want to run a society which is on the wrong side of fitness when it comes to consuming one of the planet's oldest drugs? Do we want to suffer the embarrassment of managing its consumption so appallingly badly that it is almost routine that deaths amongst youth occur during national celebrations about something which is supposed to be filled with joy and hope, ...
... after the first meetup and we had another one a fortnight later. This was just as successful, the same number turned up but with 3 new people outside the KOC, including the regional advocate for Google Map Maker who told us about his experiences volunteering in building the Google Maps dataset for Kuwait over the past 5 years. I had actually met him through the Q8 Startup event which ...
... a 3D visualisation of all the sludge/effluent/gatch pits out of the data from one of the contractors and that seemed to really impress our main contract review guy here. So it's nice to be recognised for my skills and experience. This is the second time this has happened, they were all so appreciative of me at my previous company as well, so that's good for my confidence.
I get plenty of TV on cable here! I think there ...
... read until its too
late and you miss the entrance. The roadsigns are straight to
the point, (my favourite include 'Speed = Death' & 'Be Aware of
Drugs'). However learning to drive here has allowed me to experience
all sorts of new and exciting everyday activities. I mean how else
would I have visited an abandoned village by the border of Iraq bombed
in the ...