I paid $4.50 for a shot of cheap rum at our Christmas party last night. These guys are worth at least that much, and I'd be happy to personally buy them each a drink of something decent if the opportunity arises!
"While you're out there smashing the state, don't forget to keep a smile on your lips and a song in your heart!"
I think I've done this. If I haven't, contact me. Sorry for the delay: I've been trying to pluck up the courage to pay on-line. Not something I willingly do. But for you guys...
I sometimes reflect that among the money I carry in my pocket, only one coin is actually worth anything, because it's real silver, not base metal: a Tibetan 10-sang piece. Or maybe just 10 sho, one thangka. Or... I dunno. Tibetan currency is powerfully confusing. Any experts out there?