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#751 Nov 11th, 2017, 15:33
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Watch: In Panipat, a petrol thief turns out to be a monkey addicted to drinking fuel

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It raises four questions:
  1. Medical: How does its (Monkey's) kidneys process it?
  2. Physics: How much thrust can the monkey generate when it flatulates?
  3. Speculative: Is that how Hanuman flew?
  4. Political: How long before BJP cites it as evidence of jet flight during Ramayana age?
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People drink petrol in the northern reaches of Canada, cheaper than drugs. They eventually die so this is a short term issue. But, not to worry brain damage makes it painless..
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I thought inhalation, rather than drinking, was the process with petrol as with other solvents?

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Originally Posted by Yaatri View Post Political: How long before BJP cites it as evidence of jet flight during Ramayana age?
I would argue that vehicular flight occurs in Mahabharat
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Originally Posted by edwardseco View Post People drink petrol in the northern reaches of Canada, cheaper than drugs. They eventually die so this is a short term issue. But, not to worry brain damage makes it painless..
Come to think of it, it's cheaper than milk too. Also cheaper than water bought in 16 oz bottles in convenience stores.
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Keep in mind that it reflects the joy of living in those frozen and the cultural dissolution that occurred with the colonization..
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Indore’s Suyash Dixit declared himself KING of unclaimed land on Egypt-Sudan border

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When we were kids, most of us were made to believe that we could be what we wanted to be. But, of course we grew up and realised that it was all a facade. However, there are some people, who perhaps, took those words too seriously. In one such bizarre incident, Facebook user Suyash Dixit went to ridiculous lengths to crown himself as the “king” of ‘Kingdom of Dixit’. No, we are not kidding.

Dixit, who hails from Indore, travelled “319km (to and fro)” — to an “unclaimed land of Bir Tawil” — a strip of land between Egypt and Sudan to declare himself as the king of the 800 sq miles of land. On November 7, he added a life event on Facebook that read, “Became ruler of a country | Claimed an unclaimed land | Kingdom of Dixit,” where he, rote how the part of land he travelled to is “the only place on earth where humans can live and survive but is not a part of any state/country.” He also wrote that “following the early civilization ethics and rule,” he wants to claim a land where one can grow crops. Following this, he dropped a seed and poured some water on it. “It is mine,” he added.

Still in disbelief? Well, Dixit seems to be “very serious” about the “conquest”. Shedding light on the details of his trip, he wrote how he woke up at 4 o’ clock in the morning in Abu Simbel and started with his journey. He also confessed that people thought he was crazy after listening to his plan, but that did not deter him. Divulging all about the dangers that posed on his way, he wrote: “Just to tell how dangerous this plan was, the route that I took is under Egyptian military (it is an international border) and is an area of terrorists so military have a “shoot at sight” orders.”

Revealing what his motivation in life is, he said, “If your bucket list ideas are not scary enough then they are not worth trying!” He also found two places to put the flag, and declared one of them as the “capital of KoD”. He also stated that there are some other people like him, who had tried the same in the past and if they come to claim his land now, “there will be a war”. As if that wasn’t enough, he gave his father the tag of the ‘President of the KoD’ as a “birthday gift.”
Indian Express
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