Sunday, May 31, 2015

Of course, lying!

Schools reopen in earthquake-devastated Nepal | World news | The Guardian

Saturday, May 30, 2015

Londoners lift bus to free trapped unicyclist – video | UK news | The Guardian

American Pathology!

Typical Government 'double speak!'

Chinese Security Laws Elevate the Party and Stifle Dissent. Mao Would Approve. - NYTimes.com

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Wednesday, May 20, 2015

Scientists will always be 'baffled,' as they don't know...

Chinese Rail In South America | On Point with Tom Ashbrook

Nothing new here, cancer not a 'disease,' but an industry!

Monday, May 18, 2015

American Pathology!

Saturday, May 16, 2015

160515 BLOK

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Yes, we'll ALL BE THERE IN AUGUST -- 'God willing and the creeks don't rise to high!' (old Norte Americano saying).  Do we ever really know?
Xutan has experience at this visa business, and travelling.  So, I think they have a good chance of getting a visa for August, but if not for the future.
The Salar, means 'salt flats.'  In this case the 'Salar de Uyuni,' a large flat area in southwest Bolivia, part of which is a dried up lake, and with evaporation, salt.   It's the #1 tourist attraction in Bolivia, because of its unusual nature, wild life, etc.  Because it's so flat and expansive (hundreds of kilometers wide) you can cycle with eyes closed for minutes (as long as not scared).  Another adventure.
Part of the reason I'm going is to investigate for a TV series entitled. THE MYSTERY OF ATLANTIS.  There are books/theories that Atlantis was here thousands of years ago.
And this isn't all cycling, as a bus to Oruro, train to Uyuni, and then cycling on the Salar (salt flats).  Later, maybe Potosi, if it works out.  
When I return to Cochabamba I'll focus on the trip to Germany in August -- maybe Nepal from Germany.
Love,
A.

Greetings to friends there, Rosi, Gertrude, Barbara, housekeeper.

Friday, May 15, 2015

06a0515 BLOK

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I remember…
I love nothing more than to be departing from a city on a train, particularly at night.  The lights, a kaleidoscope of places, the rocking motion, instant drowsiness, bliss to me.  That Alpha State, delicious!
I remember one ride in China, from Kashgar to Urumqi, Xinjiang, A.R.  Let's do it again!
I remember cycling the same route, over the Tian Shan with Mamat.
I remember!
I remember Kashgar, Indy's Cafe, the '1,2,3, Group!
I remember!

Haqi

Wednesday, May 13, 2015

It was 'snatched' by aliens!

Tuesday, May 12, 2015

Nepal Hit by 7.3-Magnitude Earthquake; Dozens Confirmed Dead - NBC News.com

Sunday, May 10, 2015

American Pathology!

Wednesday, May 06, 2015

I once 'directed' Orson Welles!

American Pathology!

Tuesday, May 05, 2015

Nepal Shuts Runway as Recovery Efforts Stall - The Atlantic

Sunday, May 03, 2015

03 May 2015 To: Michael Lombardo, HBO

03 May 2015
To:  Michael Lombardo, president of programming at HBO
Hey, I've got one for you, on the heels of MAD MEN.  'Mad men' in a sports-TV, behind-the-scenes milieu ('Monday Night Football,' the Olympic Games, Demo Derby, etc.) Spanning the globe to bring you the constant variety of mayhem, corruption, sex and violence, the thrill of high ratings, and the agony of cancellation!  I've even got a good title for this, which belies greater import.
I worked there in N.Y.C. (ABC, CBS, and NBC) in the 1960s, early 70s.
There were four of us at ABC Sports (now ESPN) 'spanning the globe.'  We called ourselves THE WRECKING CREW, and are still infamous in far flung places. 
I'm a professional SP writer, with 'Hollywood' experience.  I even directed Orson Welles (to the men's room).  However, at the venerated age of 75, not looking for work.  But, I might be a good consultant, as lived it!
F.A. Hutchison 
Cochabamba, Bolivia
resume attached

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Why do we live, and why do we die?
Last Thursday, having just checked my mail box for my bank card (at Casilla Postal), I decided to turn right (from Av. Ayacucho) onto Av. Heriones -- big mistake!  I was just 5 seconds from severe injury and/or death.  A taxi appeared out of nowhere, going too fast of course, side-swiped me and I lost control.  This on one of Cochabamba's busiest streets.  Then suddenly, I was being lifted up, a group of Bolivians had come to help, bringing me and my bicycle to the curb, out of harm's way.  I was dazed but coherent, and when the woman asked me in English if I needed to go to the hospital, of course, NO WAY!  I thanked the group profusely and then sped away, and ultimately up Av. Los Robles to home.
WE LET NOTHING STOP US!
H.

P.S.  It turned out to be miraculous, that I ended up with only a bruise on my left ankle, and Senor Fetes only with handlebars rotated.  I could have been killed, but still here, why?

Unraveling Some Strands: Seeking the Origin of the Prophecy of the Eagle and Condor - Reality Sandwich

Paranoia!

Caroline Criado-Perez: ‘We deserve to know about the women who show us what can be done and how to do it’ | World news | The Guardian

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Three survive eight days under Nepal quake rubble; but many trekkers dead | Reuters

Friday, May 01, 2015

CNN physician-journalist poses ethical dilemma after treating Nepal victims | Media | The Guardian