These are 100 Facebook fan pages that I find funny
24. Apparently, 1 in 5 people in the world are Chinese. And there are 5 people in my family, so it must be one of them. It’s either my mum or my dad. Or my older brother Colin. Or my younger brother Ho-Chan-Chu. But I think it’s Colin.
And finally number 100. I Need To Stop Becoming A Fan For Every Fan Page That Relates To Me.
As many of you who follow me on Twitter will know, I have some very special news to share with you all. After nine and a quarter years together, a house, two full tours of Afghan and a mini one on the way, and two foreign postings (three if you count Scotland) The Boy finally decided to do the right thing, get down on one knee and ask me to be his wife.
I have to say, it wasn’t a complete surprise. We’ve probably been talking about it (much to his annoyance) for the last two years and have often discussed where said dream nuptials would take place.
That said I was beginning to give up hope that he would ever actually get around to asking me and was wondering what degree of bunnyboiling would be necessary to get him to take the next step.
I thought that something might…
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Taxes are rising schools are closing and in a city where both hit home, these folks wish for peace else where.
But, Im not saying that they’re wrong, but who is right?
“Stop the War on the People of Afghanistan” should sound more like
“Stop the war on the People who pay for the War.”
Sounds about right?
The media and their frenzies divert whats happening here with coverage of whats happening there and again we fall, fall in a trap where we only tend to what we see, like these.
Yes its sad, yes its horrible, no it shouldn’t happen, but what about whats happening here?
How about standing at train stations holding signs for the children who will have to discontinue…
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OBJECTIVE OF THIS MANUAL
Poor sanitation is endemic across Afghanistan and exacts a heavy toll on public health. In response, the Ministry of Rural Rehabilitation and Development (MRRD), multiple donors, the United Nations, several implementers, and USAID are engaged in providing funding and technical leadership to sanitation programs and facility construction throughout the country. These resources are sorely needed, but money and technologies alone cannot solve the problem. Donors and implementers must agree to promote, and uniformly apply sound social development, public health, marketing, finance, and technical guidance to the health-focused planning of new investments and the delivery of sustainable sanitation services.
This Manual aims to meet these needs by serving as a practical guide for Component 2 of USAID‘s Sustainable Water Supply and Sanitation Project (SWSS) and the selection of sanitation technology…
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