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    • Edger on January 16, 2010 at 19:44

    This must be stopped, or reason and humanity might take over the Earth and mess up imperialism and empire building, and then where would be? Huh?


    The United States has struck an agreement with the Cuban government to send medical evacuation flights with victims from the Haiti earthquake through restricted Cuban airspace, an official said, reducing the flight time to Miami by 90 minutes.

    Tommy Vietor, a White House spokesman, said late Thursday that an agreement had been reached with the Cuban military for evacuation flights from the United States Naval Station in Guantánamo Bay to pass through the airspace over Cuba on their way to Florida.

    An arrangement already exists between the United States and Cuba permitting violations of airspace for emergency medical flights. But the Guantánamo base commander asked the local commander in Cuba to expand the authority to a standing basis, and Havana agreed, administration officials said.

  1. There was a terrible drought.  10,000 monks from the Nyignma sect came to the parched valley and meditated and prayed for rain.  They were there for a very long time without producing even a drop of rain.  They persisted to meditate and pray; the sky remained clear blue.  One day a monk from Kagyu sect, who was traveling across the country, arrived.  He saw the 10,000 monks meditating and praying and inquired as to what the problem might be.  He immediately scrambled up a tree, hung upside down over a large branch, and released a tremendous fart.  It immediately started to rain, and it rained hard until the land received all of the water it needed and the drought was ended.

    Moral of the story: one Kagyu fart is worth 10,000 Nyingma prayers.

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