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Early this morning, India launched its very first lunar lander bound for the surface of the Moon. The spacecraft will spend the next month and a half traveling through space before attempting a touch down on the lunar surface in September. If successful, India will become the fourth nation to ever land a vehicle intact on the Moon

Chandrayaan-2 consists of an orbiter, as well as a lander named Vikram and a rover named Pragyan, which all launched on top of an Indian GSLV MK-III rocket at 5:13AM ET on Monday, July 22nd.

https://www.theverge.com/2019/7/22/2070 ... gyan-rover


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Leave it to India to discover water ice in the moon's south polar region.

Go, India!

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flush toilets and potable water for all!



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No, not all.

If I didn't know you were funning, I'd say you don't know India that well, Cap'n.

Even the U.S. has enough modesty to, at the very least, try to mask the displays of disparity between its richest and poorest citizens. India has no such qualms.



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Yup. Running water in India is when your personal maid runs to the river to bring water to wash your toilet bowl.

I am sorry, the caste system is nothing but institutionalized slavery that’s not going away any time soon:(

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Which is why it was outlawed in the 1940's.



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Yet, it is alive and well till today’s date.


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I always go by what folks are looking for in the (often hilarious) Matrimonials section of the personal ads.

More often than not, the ads end with the words "Caste no object."

So, yeah, still alive, but on the way out. You can't eradicate 4,000 year old traditions in the blink of a third eye.



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You can go fly a kite during a thunder-storm.. But you aint Benjamin Franklin.



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True. Outlawing is a good first step. But now may be good to bring it up every now and then, to swing that pendulum sooner rather than later.


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Agreed.




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MARKUS wrote:
22 Jul 2019, 08:25
Early this morning, India launched its very first lunar lander bound for the surface of the Moon. The spacecraft will spend the next month and a half traveling through space before attempting a touch down on the lunar surface in September. If successful, India will become the fourth nation to ever land a vehicle intact on the Moon

Chandrayaan-2 consists of an orbiter, as well as a lander named Vikram and a rover named Pragyan, which all launched on top of an Indian GSLV MK-III rocket at 5:13AM ET on Monday, July 22nd.

https://www.theverge.com/2019/7/22/2070 ... gyan-rover
India has all these poor starving people, a shitty infrastructure & yet it chooses to build nuclear bombs & launch a multi billion dollar lunar module into space.

What is wrong with the politicians who run their country?

I guess they don’t care about their own people.

Shame on them.



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They elected a populist prez. This is the outcome.


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J0E wrote:
23 Jul 2019, 09:20
India has all these poor starving people, a shitty infrastructure & yet it chooses to build nuclear bombs & launch a multi billion dollar lunar module into space.

What is wrong with the politicians who run their country?

I guess they don’t care about their own people.

Shame on them.
Obviously, you animatronic bobbleheads have never set foot on the Indian sub-continent.

I'll tell you this much: there's more hot air in this thread than in all of India.



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You shouldn't judge others by Jo

He's in a world of his own


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India is the most disgusting country on earth..

Rotting corpses and feces.



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How often have you been there, Odie? And where in India?



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Blurt wrote:
23 Jul 2019, 20:51
How often have you been there, Odie? And where in India?
Stop mansplaining!

Your question is now nullified.


I´ve been there enough times to get attacked by a stampeding horn-head in an alley.

But I´m a finn... I can see the humor in that.




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Blurt wrote:
23 Jul 2019, 11:53
J0E wrote:
23 Jul 2019, 09:20
India has all these poor starving people, a shitty infrastructure & yet it chooses to build nuclear bombs & launch a multi billion dollar lunar module into space.

What is wrong with the politicians who run their country?

I guess they don’t care about their own people.

Shame on them.
Obviously, you animatronic bobbleheads have never set foot on the Indian sub-continent.

I'll tell you this much: there's more hot air in this thread than in all of India.
Actually there was a controversy & outrage that Britain sent foreign aid to India even tho that country has its own space program and at least 21 million of its own citizens living in severe poverty. So apparently I’m not the only one who’s pointed that out.

https://news.sky.com/story/fury-over-uk ... a-11489332

Likewise, one wonders how other nations with similar economic difficulties such as North Korea & Pakistan can afford a nuclear bomb when many of its own people are starving.



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I know that they dont think this is a joke..



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Cultural appropriation:))


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Irina wrote:
31 Jul 2019, 06:21
Cultural appropriation:))
Its payback..

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Watching that made me realize how cultures have to be somewhat related for dancing to be translatable btwn them. The dancing in that video does nothing for me, it’s supremely awkward. The original is nothing special but at least it’s not awkward.



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Irina wrote:
31 Jul 2019, 06:49
Watching that made me realize how cultures have to be somewhat related for dancing to be translatable btwn them. The dancing in that video does nothing for me, it’s supremely awkward.
Same deal with music..



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Dammit, where's Zeke when you need him?

I guess I'll have to agree with the sentiment that dancing and singing doesn't translate well across all cultures.

And then there's Finland.








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Irina wrote:
22 Jul 2019, 11:49
Yup. Running water in India is when your personal maid runs to the river to bring water to wash your toilet bowl.

I am sorry, the caste system is nothing but institutionalized slavery that’s not going away any time soon:(

Image

Well, if that isn't typical!
A gross unjust political system. No social justice at all.
No wonder the Hindus and Muslims don't get along.
Hindus have that pyramid. And Muslims teach social justice and equality.
Hindus have many gods. Muslims are monotheists.
Could they be more opposite?
The old pyramid. From the ancient times of the Pharaohs, it has been the system of power.
The fewest number of powerful people at the very top, enjoying the benefits of power and privilege. The greatest number of underprivileged people at the very bottom, supporting this huge structure on their backs.
Do you think they'd allow for change? Not a hope in Hell. Keep things as they are and increase the inequality: that's their motto.
Who cares what India launches?
Not me.


"EXTRA LEGS 2019"
A FIGURE MORE LEGENDARY THAN THAT OF THE MAHDI, THE AWAITED SAVIOUR, HAS NOT BEEN SEEN IN THE HISTORY OF MANKIND. THE THREADS OF THE WORLD EVENTS HAVE WOVEN MANY A FINE DESIGN IN HUMAN LIFE BUT THE PATTERN OF THE MAHDI STANDS HIGH ABOVE EVERY OTHER PATTERN


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extralegs2014 wrote:
01 Aug 2019, 13:34
Irina wrote:
22 Jul 2019, 11:49
Yup. Running water in India is when your personal maid runs to the river to bring water to wash your toilet bowl.

I am sorry, the caste system is nothing but institutionalized slavery that’s not going away any time soon:(

Image

Well, if that isn't typical!
A gross unjust political system. No social justice at all.
No wonder the Hindus and Muslims don't get along.
Hindus have that pyramid. And Muslims teach social justice and equality.
Hindus have many gods. Muslims are monotheists.
Could they be more opposite?
The old pyramid. From the ancient times of the Pharaohs, it has been the system of power.
The fewest number of powerful people at the very top, enjoying the benefits of power and privilege. The greatest number of underprivileged people at the very bottom, supporting this huge structure on their backs.
Do you think they'd allow for change? Not a hope in Hell. Keep things as they are and increase the inequality: that's their motto.
Who cares what India launches?
Not me.
In some ways, We have a similar system in some Western nations too. The idea of a select billionaire class getting the gravy while the working class get the crumbs is especially prevalent in the United States. More mansions, luxury items for them, more K Marts & prisons for the poor. Its just all on a different scale & wears another disguise. Caste/class system in many ways is just one and the same.



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extralegs2014 wrote:
01 Aug 2019, 13:34
Irina wrote:
22 Jul 2019, 11:49
Yup. Running water in India is when your personal maid runs to the river to bring water to wash your toilet bowl.

I am sorry, the caste system is nothing but institutionalized slavery that’s not going away any time soon:(

Image

Well, if that isn't typical!
A gross unjust political system. No social justice at all.
No wonder the Hindus and Muslims don't get along.
Hindus have that pyramid. And Muslims teach social justice and equality.
Hindus have many gods. Muslims are monotheists.
Could they be more opposite?
The old pyramid. From the ancient times of the Pharaohs, it has been the system of power.
The fewest number of powerful people at the very top, enjoying the benefits of power and privilege. The greatest number of underprivileged people at the very bottom, supporting this huge structure on their backs.
Do you think they'd allow for change? Not a hope in Hell. Keep things as they are and increase the inequality: that's their motto.
Who cares what India launches?
Not me.
It's a wonder that hajji havens like Pak, Malaysia, and Indonesia...not to mention the Kingdom and Iran are not overrun with migrants seeking to live under that most perfect of systems, shariah.



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J0E wrote:
01 Aug 2019, 17:13
extralegs2014 wrote:
01 Aug 2019, 13:34
Irina wrote:
22 Jul 2019, 11:49
Yup. Running water in India is when your personal maid runs to the river to bring water to wash your toilet bowl.

I am sorry, the caste system is nothing but institutionalized slavery that’s not going away any time soon:(

Image

Well, if that isn't typical!
A gross unjust political system. No social justice at all.
No wonder the Hindus and Muslims don't get along.
Hindus have that pyramid. And Muslims teach social justice and equality.
Hindus have many gods. Muslims are monotheists.
Could they be more opposite?
The old pyramid. From the ancient times of the Pharaohs, it has been the system of power.
The fewest number of powerful people at the very top, enjoying the benefits of power and privilege. The greatest number of underprivileged people at the very bottom, supporting this huge structure on their backs.
Do you think they'd allow for change? Not a hope in Hell. Keep things as they are and increase the inequality: that's their motto.
Who cares what India launches?
Not me.
In some ways, We have a similar system in some Western nations too. The idea of a select billionaire class getting the gravy while the working class get the crumbs is especially prevalent in the United States. More mansions, luxury items for them, more K Marts & prisons for the poor. Its just all on a different scale & wears another disguise. Caste/class system in many ways is just one and the same.
J0E wrote:
01 Aug 2019, 17:13
extralegs2014 wrote:
01 Aug 2019, 13:34
Irina wrote:
22 Jul 2019, 11:49
Yup. Running water in India is when your personal maid runs to the river to bring water to wash your toilet bowl.

I am sorry, the caste system is nothing but institutionalized slavery that’s not going away any time soon:(

Image

Well, if that isn't typical!
A gross unjust political system. No social justice at all.
No wonder the Hindus and Muslims don't get along.
Hindus have that pyramid. And Muslims teach social justice and equality.
Hindus have many gods. Muslims are monotheists.
Could they be more opposite?
The old pyramid. From the ancient times of the Pharaohs, it has been the system of power.
The fewest number of powerful people at the very top, enjoying the benefits of power and privilege. The greatest number of underprivileged people at the very bottom, supporting this huge structure on their backs.
Do you think they'd allow for change? Not a hope in Hell. Keep things as they are and increase the inequality: that's their motto.
Who cares what India launches?
Not me.
In some ways, We have a similar system in some Western nations too. The idea of a select billionaire class getting the gravy while the working class get the crumbs is especially prevalent in the United States. More mansions, luxury items for them, more K Marts & prisons for the poor. Its just all on a different scale & wears another disguise. Caste/class system in many ways is just one and the same.
I've been reading and writng all day and now into the night....for both work and for entertainment. If I was going to award a prize for the most stupid thing that I've read all day, Joe's paragraph would take the biscuit.



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