When I first gave serious thought on setting up a blog to call my own, I visualised it was going to be a no-holds-barred sosio-political thing. And then get it listed in SOPO Sentral. But, since I don’t have what it takes to be a political analyst, I should just stick on something dearer to my heart, the wheelchair. I mean, I may still get some hits from them Mongolian chics, right?
The other day, one of Astro’s channels was showing a script-less Mongolian movie. The impression I get about the said country was the major part of the land is flat and covered with grass. Then I looked it up on Wiki and found this- 'country contains very little arable land as much of its area is covered by arid and unproductive steppes with mountains'‘.
Tough being a crippled on wheelchair I imagine. I should just stop bitching around how inaccessible some buildings here are. But then again, maybe not.
But just look at them. Geographically, quads will find it almost impossible to move around. They don’t even have much grouses to rally about. But even if they do, on the placards and banners would have something written like, 'More Makeshift Ramps To Get Onto our Llamas'. Or, 'Buck Up Telcos. Lower Price For Matches And Blankets. Higher And Better Generated Smoke For Long-distant Signals'.
They travel about on horses so I’m quite sure there has been many cases involving spine-breaking fall occurred.
Oh, and apparently they’re famous for their Khoomii, or ‘throat singing’. Whatever that means. I wonder if they have karaoke lounges there, and everyone will be like, singing their throats out.
Mongolia declared independence in 1911. that’s close to 50 years earlier than us and yet they’re far behind economically. It’s got to be, right? I couldn’t be bothered to scroll down further as it is close to 3am now.
Maybe I could learn more stuff Mongolia from those Police personnel down at the high court.
IF, the building is disabled-friendly that is.