(there is a cup under that piece of bread)
But thankfully for growing boys there are always seconds.
KATHMANDU: The general strike called by the main opposition party, Unified CPN-Maoist, was a big blow to valour of security agencies, as they backtracked from escorting the country’s Prime Minister to his official residence via the traditional route. It was the first day of three-day general strike under the third phase of Maoist stir, demanding the establishment of ‘civilian supremacy’ and formation of national unity government under its leadership.
Prime Minister Madhav Kumar Nepal — who arrived at the Tribhuvan International Airport from Copenhagen this afternoon — sneaked to Baluwatar via Gaushala, Ratopul, Sano Gaucharan, Naxal and Bhat Bhateni. It has been an age-old tradition to escort the motorcade of the Prime Minister via Sinamangal, Tinkune, New Baneshwor, Maitighar, Naxal and Baluwatar.
Maoist cadres thrashed Haribol Khanal, executive director of Curriculum Development Centre in Bhaktapur for opening the office, defying their strike call. According to Thimi Police Range DSP Bipin Karmacharya, the protesters entered the office and manhandled Khanal this afternoon. “I was working in my office room when 10 to 12 persons entered and beat me up, asking why I was in the office during bandh,” Khanal said. The cadres also asked other employees to leave the office and vandalised three vehicles parked on the office premises.==========================================================================
This is not possible. I just registered my blog account through Word. If this works life will grow lovelier. It's 6:30 in the morning, I am wrapped in a Yak blanket and still freezing, BUT I have power so will test this and check to see if it does post.
The "genome study of the Rhesus Macaque shows that humans and macaques share about 93% of their DNA sequence and shared a common ancestor roughly 25 million years ago." (Wikipedia)
Assignment: travel to Pohkara, Nepal to volunteer teach and reside at the Pema Ts'al Monastic Institute for 3 months. Part II: A continuation of teaching at Pema Tsal Monastery high in the Himalayas.