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    February 08, 2010


    This explains why there are incredible mixtures of trucks, cars, cycles, rickshaws, yaks and pedestrians on the road of New Dehli and Calcutta and Mumbai and *not* daily cataclysms. Don't get me wrong, there are accidents, but because everyone uses the road (both sides sometimes), everyone has to be a little more careful.

    Fantastic insight.

    Totally agree John. And on the same line of thought, see A portrait of the online tutor as Thelonius Monk, Directions, 11, at

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