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Sunday, June 9, 2013

Sunday Reads - Karmic Cycle & Big Tobacco


  • PNG's terrifying witchcraft killings. (TIME)
  • The Bloodstained Karmic Cycle. (Outlook)
  • Big Tobacco and its evil practices. (Economic Times)
  • Asia's Last Frontier. (BBC

Napoleon was involved in conversation with a colonel of a Hungarian battalion who had been taken prisoner in Italy. The colonel mentioned he had fought in the army of Maria Theresa. "You must have a few years under your belt!" exclaimed Napoleon. "I'm sure I've lived sixty or seventy years," replied the colonel. "You mean to say," Napoleon continued, "you have not kept track of the years you have lived?"
The colonel promptly replied, "Sir, I always count my money, my shirts, and my horses - but as for my years, I know nobody who wants to steal them, and I shall surely never lose them."


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