I wish my statesmen a lot of luck and prayers go out to those who faced what unfolded; damn I don’t know if I have the words to express what took place over here. As I am working on the new material and getting the anthologies ready to go — anyone in my generation from this area; I giving you a vehicle to tell your story about this as well as India if you were in the Tsunami nearly 11 years ago. Natural Disasters are a very real horror and nightmare as much as Robert Bloch wrote about a real horror within someone’s mind; Storm Menace and other tinged horror stories where the natural disaster carnage is something that’s a delicate thing to explore because the human factor involved.
&nsbsp;What does someone really make of what happened in Nepal as this is a country where the faith is Hindu is the majority and Muslim then Christianity are the very small minorites there. Historically this would be where Tibet is around; a country where two major nations in Asia are India and China; recently Metallica played in China. So one has to imagine what the hell is going on over there and sometimes; one doesn’t know what to make of it really but when you read up on this; your statesmen going where they need help. So I wish all of them the best with this. While Ken Ham is raking in his millions from those who are not willing to educate themselves on the things across the globe; something like this. I think Ham should donate his millions to help Nepal instead of trying to re-construct Noah’s Ark.
CHICAGO (CBS) — Local Chicagoans with ties to Nepal are working to find out how they can help those affected by the 7.8 magnitude quake.
The quake, which originated outside the capital Kathmandu, was the worst tremor to hit the poor South Asian nation in over 80 years. It was so powerful that it was felt all across the northern part of neighboring India, Bangladesh, Tibet and Pakistan where a total of 50 people died. The death toll in Nepal was 1,130, but it is almost certain to rise, said deputy Inspector General of Police Komal Singh Bam.
Bishnu Phuyal is president of the Nepali American Center based in Mt. Prospect. There are more than 800 families from Nepal in the Chicago area, he said.
He says his family in Nepal is safe, adding that there are several hundred families with ties to Nepal.
Phuyal said that a home he…
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