September 29, 2022

Month: January 2016

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How to get pneumonia in a tropical country

When I first arrived in Delhi, I stepped out of the airport to see a blanket of fog in late afternoon. Fog is an early morning occurrence. So what’s going on here? At first the locals told me that the fog never lifts because it is winter and it is cold. But I don’t think […]

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Aron’s Travails in India

As many of Aron Ra’s Facebook friends already know, he went to the hospital for pneumonia, after staying in Delhi, India. As his wife, I can tell you in the 8 years I have known him; he has never been seriously ill. He was admitted with a temperature of 41.2  Celsius; that is 106 Fahrenheit […]

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Riding through Agra

To get to the World Atheist conference in Vijayawada, I had to connect in Delhi. Having never been to India, I arranged a layover. A friend who lives there hired a car to take me to Agra for the purpose of seeing the Taj Mahal. If I’m in India anyway, I may as well see […]

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Hopping through Arabian Airports

I’ve heard that Qatar is one of those places where atheism carries a death sentence. We call it k’TAR, but the locals seem to call it CATTar. All I saw was Hamad Airport in Doha. It’s a huge ultra-modern hub and the people are justifiably very proud of it. It tempts me to take a […]

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