We're in the middle of East Africa's savannah, about to be eaten by nearby lions.
Nowadays you just gotta love the skin you re in no matter what it s made of.
Getting a hair cut in Africa for a man comes without the comfy chair, the warm lather or the sense of style.
Maybe Labour Day should be replaced with Bum Day says our resident traveller.
Good friends, a hospital tragedy, and a lack of toilet paper in public washrooms.
George Bush and rival John Kerry could both have picked up a few good tips from the wild-haired genius.
(The Hamilton Spectator - June 12, 2004) HAMILTON, CANADA ✦ Back in Hamilton from our most recent work stint in Yemen, I see a litre of Coke is now cheaper than a litre of unleaded. In fact, since Jean likes to shop around for gas prices she can live with, sometimes on empty, I’m worried I might soon have to push the car. It seems that Saudi Arabia, old and shaky as the kingdom is, has us all by the family jewels. It knows that North Americans are addicted to their oil like a drunk to his bottle. Yes, the oil gods have granted two-thirds of the world’s proven reserves to Saudi and a few neighbours. Hardly seems fair.
You don t want to raise a generation that cares about others, do you?