Saturday, March 25, 2006
# Posted 12:30 PM by Patrick Belton
My new hosts, taken by my fetching shalwar kameez and resulting instant Pakistani credibility, have quite kindly opened their rolodex to me, with result I shall now scurry off and speak with a large number of military men and journalists. I now somehow know people in Pakistan. I do rather love my life.
Given that, one occasionally hopes my entire spotty journalistic career doesn't take the form of an extended suicide note. After all, there's far too much fun to be had in these places. (6) opinions -- Add your opinion
You should turn your new found friends on to www.onlineblessings.com and have them send a blessing to one another and their sworn enemies. Cheaper than guns, bombs and bullets and will cause a whole lot more confusion. May even result in a making a friend or two.
Spam, however, is unlikely to result in making a friend or two.
Fascinating stuff. I look forward to the full report of your adventures (best if you delay signing that suicide note for 60 or 70 years).
Great post. Its very interesting and enjoyable. Its must be helpful for us. Thanks for sharing your nice post.
Wow, Excellent post. This article is really very interesting and effective. I think its must be helpful for us. Thanks for sharing your informative.
Domestic abuse often escalates from threats and verbal abuse to violence
And while physical injury may be the most obvious danger, the emotional and
psychological consequences of domestic abuse are also severe.
Emotionally abusive relationships can destroy your self-worth, lead to
anxiety and depression, and make you feel helpless and alone.
No one should have to endure this kind of pain—and your first step to breaking free is
recognizing that your situation is abusive. Once you acknowledge the reality of the
abusive situation, then you can get the help you need.