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But remember, carnivals come cheap. What matters is the day after, when we will have to return to normal lives. Will there be any changes then? I don’t want you to remember these days, you know, like ‘Oh. I practiced his concert etudes for hours as an escape from grief when my grandfather passed away. His bagatelles and Sonata No. 2 brought me comfort in the immediate aftermath of a breakup unlike other pieces, they didn feel like melodramatic wallowing self pity, nor were they obnoxiously bright.
Most Bhutanese though they accessorize with Nike sneakers and Ray Ban shades dress in national attire: the gho, a baggy, wraparound robe worn with knee length socks, for men; the kira, a floor length dress with a jacket for women. No one in the kingdom owned a television set until 1999; the Internet made its debut a year later. And Bhutan is the only country in the world where smoking is banned..
Kammerman knows this. So does a growing cadre of cops across the country involved in programs like Safe Passages, which is part of the national Police Assisted Addiction and Recovery Initiative. Since Safe Passages began ten months ago, more than 100 addicts have gotten help, exactly 77 of them in Berea, where Kammerman and Sgt.
At first it was fine, just general info with an actual local city address and the amount of hours needed. The only red flag at this time was the fact that every time I brought up a zoom meeting or speaking on the phone to nail the timeline, this was completely ignored. Then to top it all off, the second screenshot I posted there they wanted mailing address and info to send the FULL AMOUNT via cheque.
I’ve always had a thing for UrbEx, of course. It appeals to my entangled fascinations with archaeology, ruins, photography, and using cool equipment to get into forbidden areas. I probably still have equipment lists that I made up back then, just in case I was ever exploring ruined cities.