I think my new trainee clerk just had a phone call from him, "hello I am David from your phone company" I informed him that it was against policy to do business with open air defecators.
Morning @Nemesis44UKMorning @bedended
You couldn't pay me enough to live in India, I'm sorry.
It's hell on earth for me. Lots of heat, tonnes of people - it's just not for me.
I would consider a move to Iceland, where there's only 3 people per square kilometre, it's bad enough to live in the UK with its 282 people per square km.
India's support for Russia is nothing new, we have been supporting Russia for decades. However, we have not officially supported the Russian invasion of Ukraine. We have a neutral stance in this conflict.
After all, International relations are all about self-interest, not humanity and human rights. The west rarely cared when innocent civilians were being slaughtered in drone strikes or bombed day after day. They have only woken up when something hit home.
If we switch sides, what is in the store for us? Will we be given critical tech? or R&D know-how? Absolutely nothing will be given to us.
We see the Ukrainian conflict the same way you look at conflicts around the world....."distant conflict, none of our concern"
As for Indian civilization being shit, do I need to remind you again that at the time when you were building this
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We were building this...........
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There are words which have different meanings in different locations. Also, there are some unique English words which as used only in their country of Origin.
Eg, Passout can mean "fainting" in one country and "graduation" in another.
If you use the word "eggplant" in India, no one will understand you because it's called Brinjal.
Similarly "Cinema" is called "Picture" , "Okra" is called "Lady's finger....etc etc.
Hello kiddies...The Kandariya Mahadev Temple was built around 1060 CE - whereas Stonehenge was built in six stages between 3000 and 1520 BCE
A better comparison would have been this:
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You are only off by around 1 to 3 millennia. You absolute total clown.
Might be better if you don't look up ancient Egyptian / Greek / Roman architecture.
Stonehenge, prehistoric stone circle monument, cemetery, and archaeological site located on Salisbury Plain, about 8 miles (13 km) north of Salisbury, Wiltshire, England. Though there is no definite evidence as to the intended purpose of Stonehenge, it was presumably a religious site and an...www.britannica.com
Must admit I always call them egg plants as I can't spell aubergine .I am beginning to think the knob-throat is in the US - hence the mistake of thinking we call aubergines by a different name.