Hühnerblut. Oder so.

08/09/2007 - 12:31 von Noses | Report spam
Insbesondere Klaus-Peter wird jetzt Mühe haben, Friedl-ich zu bleiben: Die
Dummies setzen sich weltweit durch und liegen mit ihren absurden Methoden
auch noch richtig:

<http://www.iht.com/articles/ap/2007...ce.php>

Nepalese airline sacrifices goats to please gods, help repair airplane

The Associated Press
Published: September 6, 2007

KATMANDU, Nepal: Nepal's state run airline sacrificed two goats earlier this
week, hoping it would please the gods and resolve technical problems with a
troubled jet, officials said Thursday.

One of the airline's two Boeing 757 aircraft has been grounded for
maintenance since last month. The other jet has suffered technical problems
that forced the airline to cancel several flights, stranding passengers.

Hoping to end those problems, the airline sacrificed the goats earlier this
week, according to an airline official who spoke on condition of anonymity
because he was not authorized to speak to reporters.

It is common in predominantly Hindu Nepal to sacrifice animals hoping for
good luck and blessings.

A photograph published in the Kantipur newspaper earlier this week showed
the two goats sacrificed in front of the plane Sunday. The photographer was
detained for hours for taking photographs in a restricted area.


Oder wie es eine andere Quelle formuliert hat:

We've definitely done some crazy things to fix our gear — we swear our
Sawtooth Power Mac G4 actually ran faster after we dumped a can of Diet Coke
into it — but we've never gone as Nepal Airlines recently did. Faced with
intractable mechanical problems on one of the fleet's two 757 jets,
authorities at the state-run airline apparently sacrificed two goats to the
Hindu god Akash Bhairab (pictured in the airline's logo, to the right) in
front of the plane, which promptly took the skies again problem-free. That's
pretty much all the information anyone has, but Nepal Airlines has confirmed
that "the snag in the plane has now been fixed and the aircraft has resumed
its flights." We're not going to comment on anyone's religious beliefs here,
but that had to have been the weirdest pilots' announcement of all time.


Mal sehen, was andere Religionen so an Opfergaben hergeben... Ich bin ja
immer noch für Voodoo.


Noses.
 

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#1 Klaus-Peter Friedl
08/09/2007 - 15:49 | Warnen spam
Noses schrieb:
Insbesondere Klaus-Peter wird jetzt Mühe haben, Friedl-ich zu bleiben:
authorities at the state-run airline apparently sacrificed two goats to the
Hindu god Akash Bhairab



Danke für den Hinweis. Hab ich's bisher alles falsch gemacht:
ich opferte zur Sonnenwende stets zwei Hindus an den Ziegengott Arsh
Redup, und über meinen alten Wallstreet hab ich weiland statt Zero einen
Mocca geleert. Kein Wunder, dass der eingegangen ist und ich noch immer
drauf warte, dass mir Red Goat Flügel verleiht.

Mal sehen, was andere Religionen so an Opfergaben hergeben... Ich bin ja
immer noch für Voodoo.



Was sonst. Postmodern war gestern. Heute sind wir schon pràdelir.

:: kpf

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