In retrospect Janesh was lucky that the governments “improved literacy” programme coincided with the WWF’s efforts to enhance the relationship between the local population and the few remaining elephants living wild in the bush. In fact the savings from his salary for teaching what he described as “the indigenous illiterate population” and the stipend from the WWF, for what he called “cultural assimilation,” allowed him to buy-up the local land which he turned into a mall with extensive parking and the first in a global chain of “Jumboburger” fast-food franchises. This is the last known photograph of Janesh and one of his students sharing extracts from “The Art of the Deal” before the herd disappeared.
Looking back at the Trump Presidency it became clear that his refusal to believe in or act upon the effects of climate change directly resulted in the failure of his “Trump Wall of the Americas” to keep out large numbers of migrant workers; who simply floated over the border and became a permanent feature of the new Trump Spa centres and Trump Water Sports parks that replaced most of what had once been known as Texas.
A truly superb explanation for something we have all experienced at some point.
Amazing art and an interesting view of the world.
“Look, I’m I’m just not really convinced that CNN, the FBI & the CIA are all fronts for the Russian government, OK?”
“Elitist stool pigeon…”
“Actually my mother was a chicken, thank you so very much, now tell me you’re not a racist too…”
Prem’s inaugural appearance at the Mumbai Rodeo in the Bull Riding competition was, to be honest, quite a disappointment for both him and his family. It seemed clear that his careful training, using his village’s communal flock of Angora goats, had not really delivered the level of skill needed to succeed in such august surroundings.