Trains v markets; Dalai Lama jokes; feeling lucky?; farewell Gil Scott Heron: clips I liked

How not to tell a joke about the Dalai Lama. To the Dalai Lama……   Feeling lucky? Watch these guys – best bit is at the end [h/t Richard Cunliffe] And finally, one of my musical heroes died last month, Gil Scott Heron. Check out this performance of his wonderful ‘B movie’ critique of Ronald Reagan – part biting satire, part astute commentary, part proto-rap, and all cool class. Album lyrics are even better than this clip. ]]>

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3 Responses to “Trains v markets; Dalai Lama jokes; feeling lucky?; farewell Gil Scott Heron: clips I liked”
  1. Re: Maeklong market in Thailand
    I don’t know what is worse. Veggie market train drive-thru or Train tracks village like the ones in our country(Philippines).
    I’ll try and send you a photo when I can. The homes are literally a couple of inches away from the body of trains that are passing. I cringe when I see the children living in those conditions and using the train tracks as their playground. Very dangerous

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