Justin Trudeau, the Canadian prime minister, received a lukewarm welcome at the start of his official India visit, with some claiming he had been “snubbed” by New Delhi over his support of Sikh separatists.
Recently I’ve been forced to deal with nonwhites over the phone. This is a brief report on how it went.
When my mail was stolen from my standard rural type mail box inside the guarded and gated subdivision where I called home before the house burned down, that necessitated a post office change of address form since I couldn’t trust the mail to remain in the box until I could pick it up.
Before the government shut down I called Social Security in order to do an address change with them. The nice voice told me there would be a 40 minute wait. I hung on the line, but SS hung up on me after 30 minutes.
When I called back, I took the option of a SS rep calling me back after an hour and some minutes.
When my phone rang, naturally there was the voice of a black female on the other end of the line.
I have a feeling she looked a little more “ghetto” than the one below.
Back in the 1960s my father was evacuated from a ship and flown by the Navy to Bombay, India, where Indian doctors performed an emergency appendectomy on him, thus saving his life.
As he lay in the hospital a nice Hindu lady sat with him to keep his spirits up.
We sent her care packages for years and otherwise kept in touch.
Because of this and because of India’s intellectual tradition, I hold the Hindu peoples in high esteem in spite of the current cultural malaise that plagues that country.
The careless Indian doctors who allowed a baby to be declared dead when it was alive should be appropriately punished by the Indians. Generally, doctors bury their mistakes. That almost happened in this story.
She made significant contributions in the field of medicinal chemistry with special reference to alkaloids, coumarins and terpenoids, analytical chemistry, and mechanistic organic chemistry. She published around 400 papers in national and international journals and more than a score of review articles in reputed serial volumes. Her publications have been extensively cited and much of her work has been included in several textbooks.
Publishing a science paper in an Indian journal is no great feat. Neither is it any great accomplishment to have your work cited in other papers. Often, there are hundreds of citations in a paper that the professor has never read.
Has anyone read this woman’s work? If she’s so great, why haven’t we heard of her before.
The liberal press is having an orgasm with this choice. Obviously, the U.S. must open its borders to any Hindu wanting to come here since these people are geniuses.