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(Al Jazeera)   Plane carrying trekkers crashes in Nepal, killing all 19 on board. Recovery team having difficulty because they were all wearing identical red shirts   ( divider line
    More: Sad, Nepal, Kathmandu, highest mountains, Nepalese, shirts  
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2012-09-28 06:47:53 PM  

maxheck: whidbey: Only if it's TOS Nepal.

In TNG Nepal, the dead guys wear yellow shirts.

Or saffron robes.

They're Bajorans?
2012-09-28 08:31:34 PM  
First thing I thought about was "And they were delicious", completely missing the trekkers bit.
2012-09-28 09:51:11 PM  

Shmeat: My dear girl, I'm a doctor. When I peek, it is in the line of duty.

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That's George Takei. I'd think that "PENIS GOES WHERE" would be a more, he knows *EXACTLY* where penis goes.

Never mind.
2012-09-28 10:36:22 PM  
I hate douchebag hipsters who go to Nepal to "trek".
2012-09-29 05:30:20 AM  
I flew from Kathmandu to Lukla in March. It was the most breathtaking and nerve-racking flight I've ever taken. Have a look on youtube if you want to see the takeoff/landing at Lukla and some of the mountain scenery (though obviously these poor people never got that far).

Random comment: The age profile of the passengers, randomly, seems unexpectedly high. Pretty sure most of the people on our flight were under 40.
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