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Despite being penniless all week and having nothing to eat but bread, tzatziki dip, cheese and green tea, I’m managing to survive. Can’t wait for payday on Friday though!

Thanks Greg, Kat and Neil.

Quote of the Day:

If you drilled from Hopiland through the center of the earth, you would exit in Tibet, another sacred culture situated on a high and dry plateau. Certain words in the Hopi and Tibetan language have reversed meanings – for instance, the Hopi word for day, “Nyma,” is the Tibetan word for night. The word for Moon in Tibetan, “Dawa,” is the Hopi word for Sun.

Daniel Pinchbeck, “2012: The Return of Quetzelcoatl” page 382 (Amazon US or UK)