Tribal Wars is a browser based online game set in medieval times. Each player controls a small village that can be grown to bring fame and power. Under your leadership your village will grow and prosper.However, your village is not the only one that is growing. All around you other villages have the same goal: to become the largest empire. You'll need to use the troops you recruit to outgrow your enemies, by looting and pillaging their villages.Sooner or later you will need to find a tribe to join, so you can band together to support each other in times of need. After you've expanded your village and made it is as strong as possible it will be time to begin conquering other villages and building your empire.
Ik wil meer vakantieeeeeeee, 't ziet er he9e9rlijk uit! En je kaatrje, ondertussen al lang gekregen maar beter laat dan nooit: merci! Ps. Er ligt hier al 2 weken een brief te wachten om naar jou te worden opgestuurd, maar ik vergeet het al een hele tijd.
Sunil,Interesting blog you have here! You ended this post with "does anyone want to think about the poprosal to link India's rivers"? I just want to point out that many highly qualified (and concerned) people who have done precisely that. Their conclusion is that while some parts of the poprosal are okay, the project as a whole is not desirable. It is too expensive, and the kind of environmental and human costs involved are enormous. While the poprosal has been in the public domain for a long time, it was not taken seriously because of its serious flaws. However, the current, heightened interest in this concept stems from two sources: the Supreme Court, and our President, Dr. Abdul Kalam.Let me just give a few links here that discuss some of these problems:An by Ramaswamy Iyer, former Secretary, Water Resources, Government of India. Two in India Together. Keep up the good work, and, ... don't let your advisor see your post on the life of a graduate student!