We live in a wondrous time

  • Carbon Monoxide

    I prefer Pepsi.

  • Mark S (not for Shea)

    That is amazing. Stuff like this is why when kids ask me, “Won’t heaven get boring?” I have to laugh. I sometimes think we’ll spend the first 10 million years having Our Father explain photons to us, and not a bit of it will ever get boring.

    On a more practical thought: I really wish Indian fashions would catch on in the U.S. Those clothes look so comfortable.

    • Ye Olde Statistician

      When I was in India, much of the clothing consisted of dhotis and loincloths. A dhoti was explained to me as a large bath towel wrapped around the waist and draping to the feet. Much like a SE Asian sarong. It could be hiked up to kilt level or wrapped into something like a diaper. I asked him how he bent over and he replied “Very carefully.”
      Still off topic, this was where I saw the semi trailer from the Port of Chennai barrelling toward me as my driver passed three lanes over on the wrong side of the road. Across the brow of the truck was a sign reading “Jesus is Lord” and I thought I would be personally verifying that any second…
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    • Beadgirl

      “Stuff like this is why when kids ask me, “Won’t heaven get boring?” I have to laugh. I sometimes think we’ll spend the first 10 million years having Our Father explain photons to us, and not a bit of it will ever get boring.”

      Have I mentioned that my idea of heaven is finding out the answer to every scientific, archeological, and historical mystery in the world?

    • B.E. Ward
      • Mark S (not for Shea)

        Wow, I would love that. But do I really wanna be the only white guy in Maine dressing in Indian fashions? I’m just not that bold. ;-)


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