Archive for the ‘Geography’ Tag



Speaks for itself


Shri Coins In The Fountain

Why do people always have to fight and kill each other?

Look at Shri Lanka. For years and years the Government and the Tamil Tigers at each other’s throat.

When there’s more than enough for not only two, but Shri of them!

O New Guinea!

And talking about taking a big, I mean a BIG, chance!

Papuan Roulette is getting a blowjob from a cannibal (girl).


The snatchless Sasquatch
from Saskatchewan
turned out to be
catch-as-catch-can man
from Kazakstan

Pacific Matters

We forget that islands are mountain tops, some of them former volcanoes. As is the case with Easter Island, because the huge Moai statues there were hewn out of volcanic rock, a thousand years ago. And what’s absolutely unique about these stone creations that most of them face inland. The indigenous Polynesian tribes creating them, not as a symbolic force, facing away to scare off potential invaders, but having them emerge from the waters, coming ashore in great numbers to protect them from other dangers, even themselves perhaps. Statues with elongated heads and torsos, as if wading towards you through waist high water, legs hidden, arriving, when everywhere else anything ‘foreign’ would not have been welcome. The Chinese Terracotta Warriorsfor instance, where were they facing? For this says more about a people than those creations themselves… and in proper context one day making a magnificent literary metaphor!


The canal between the two great oceans to be widened and with Nicaragua threatening to dig another, I think some pretty sturdy ropes are required to keep those two continents attached. Lest the tectonic plates go on a rampage, setting all of South America adrift. (I worry a lot…)

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