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While I was in Ho Chi Minh City last month, I got my cousin Oc to give me a ride through the city centre, side streets and even some pretty narrow alleys on his moped. While he did this, I filmed it using a handheld camcorder placed to the side of his head, and narrated it. Then I edited the footage to keep the highlights of the trip.
Congrats to the Duke Blue Devils on winning the 2015 NCAA March Madness Men’s Basketball Tournament.
Every year since President Obama has been in office, he has put in an NCAA March Madness Men’s Basketball Tournament bracket, lovingly known as the Barackets. He has met with mixed success, but this year, his Barackets was a total stinker! I’ve blogged the POTUS’ Barackets performance every year per weekend of the tournament, but I was away for it all this year until now, for which I can only file a final report.
I just got back from a trip to Viet Nam last week, the first time I had been back in almost 35 years since leaving as a refugee in 1980.
A little video I captured while visiting Ho Chi Minh City in Viet Nam last month. This is a video of the traffic there at a rotary or roundabout, where people just weaved in front and through each other like a weaving machine. No accidents. No road rage. Really makes me wonder how North Americans get into so many accidents, especially when there are far fewer cars on the road (rather than when there are many), or hit pedestrians or cyclists on empty roads… and don’t even get me started on the road rage thing over nothing!
I might end up showing blograge! :)