Oct. '03: BPEL 7.75" x 5" Flaccid 4" x 4"
Feb. '04: BPEL 10.5" x 7" Flaccid 4" x 4"
Oct. '08 BPEL 9.50" x 6" Flaccid 7" x 6"
Feb. '09 BPEL 9.50" x 7" Flaccid 7" x 6.5"
August '09 BPEL 10.5" x 6.5"
February '12 BPEL 9.5" x 6" Flaccid 7.5" x 6.25"
"It's All Good!" Bob Dylan
It's not the gettin' there but the
GOING that's gotta be good.
Uhhuh and we have similar distances in Aussie and Western Australia (the state) is far bigger than Texas. If I went to Perth most people would speak english believe in democracy and for that matter be christians. India has far more diversity than the U.S. in religon ,language and culture . People from other parts of the world find this U.S. attitude amusing .
Buffalo NY in the good ol us of a. though i couldnt live closer to canada if i tried.
America is hardly diverse. we damn near represent isolationism. not that our policies do. we are obviously very open to tourism, immigration and such, but simple geographic location. im sure the same could be said for australia and africa . But when you look at places like India, they are the Hub of the world. the gateway of the east for the europeans, gateway to the west for the asians. russia, and all of its former satellites sitting up to the north east. its a skip stones throw to the middle east (which would be the real gateway to everything if the climate were proper).
all i know is when im even in very diverse places like New york city, i still havent meet as many different people of different nationalities in the same room as i did when i was in Hong Kong
The Mid West. I have lived most of my life in California though. Might move back when I'm done with stuff here.
I have traveled a bit and plan to do a lot more in future.
Canada---> Nicest people ever.
Scotland---> Best Accent ever.
Germany---> One of the strangest places.
England---> Diversity. (I'm gonna go to Manchester this winter! A lot of different nationalities there, I have heard.
I want to visit India and South Africa.