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|Location||Bellevue, Washington, United States|
|Introduction||I practice Ashtanga yoga in Seattle, Washington. I am 39 years old. I write and post to this blog as an exercise for measuring my sanity. It is strictly for my own benefit. I don't represent these ideas as authoritative or instructional. Or even true. I don't care whether the Dalai Lama wears underwear and you shouldn't care either.|
|Interests||Kayaks, yoga, writing, bicycling, public transportation, community, cookies.|
|Favorite Music||The Clash, Thievery Corporation, Michael Franti, Herb Alpert... and all the other usual music.|
|Favorite Books||The War of Don Emannuel's Nether Parts, by Louis de Bernieres. Light on Life, By B.K.S. Iyengar. Regeneration, by Pat Barker. Many, many others.|
You have to dig a hole to China. Where do you start?
Start approximately 6 inches north of the China/Mongolia border. Dig approximately 6 inches down, then redirect digging operations southward. Continue for at least one foot, then redirect digging upward. Avoid digging from Tibet, Vietnam, Korea, Nepal or India. In these places, the ground is too hard, the authorities are a pain in the ass or the pre-dig climbing is too much work.