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Puppies and Bengali Blades... [02:11]
Bitches love my new haircut and if they don't they're skanks... also Shawn and I have determined that bitches love pregnancies. Stumbled upon some cute puppies, I'm sure you'll agree. So it came time for me to get a haircut. Last one I had was when I had my head shaven when I lost VlogWars. Long time right? It was definitely time. So what's a guy to do in a rural village? Well... get a rural haircut ya dig? It took 2 hours and he trimmed the top of my head about 5 times... I assume if he went hair by hair it would have been about as long. Either way I'm happy with it, and Really happy with the price. Soooo let's kick the ballistics. Usually a villager will be charged 30-50 taka for a haircut that'd roughly 50 cents. I overpaid cause I'm rich and white (only one of those is true) and I gave him 300 taka... roughly 4 dollars... Even at the beauty school where I was getting my head hacked with a lawnmower by beginners I was being charged $5 plus tip. He was stoked to get 300 taka and I was stoked to get a haircut with such detail and for so little... Symbiotic relationships are a sweet sweet thing. This is part of my Bangladesh trip. I went to Bangladesh for 3 months to document the building of a school with Shawn (Uncultured Project). If you want to learn more about that project if you use the link below to his youtube channel all the details are there. The majority of the trip on this channel is cell phone videos of certain moments... If you like this video please ...

Same Shiite... Different Day... [01:55]
Shawn and I went to the Buriganga river today and we spotted a fort on the opposite bank. We decided to check it out and on the way the car we were in was repeatedly stopped. We inadvertently drove through Old Dhaka into the middle of a VERY large muslim festival. Plans were changed and instead of seeing a sight we decided to be a part of it and wade through the crowd. We made our way to the front of a mosque where the majority of the crowd was converging... We found out later this is a shiite festival to honor two of Muhammed's grandchildren, Hussein and Hassan. I believe it's the Day of Ashura but I'm not 100% sure as the Day of Ashura is on the 10th day of Muharram... but I digress... The atmosphere was lively and terrifying... It was a very large Muslim mosh-pit reminiscent of the Black Friday rush that was happening in the US at the same time. At many points the crowd surged and my movement was involuntary... when a surge happened Shawn and I literally became swept up in it and leaving became difficult. This is part of my Bangladesh trip. I went to Bangladesh for 3 months to document the building of a school with Shawn (Uncultured Project). If you want to learn more about that project if you use the link below to his youtube channel all the details are there. The majority of the trip on this channel is cell phone videos of certain moments... If you like this video please Subscribe, Comment, Rate, Favorite, and tell your friends. Find me on... Twitter: Twitter.com ...

Skipping Across Asia [02:34]
I hurled down through the atmosphere, landing in the Indian state of Rajasthan. Just in time for the camel market in Pushkar. After not finding anything in the colour I liked (blue), I headed east for a peek at the Taj Mahal. From there a great bound to Varanesi for a refreshing splash in the polluted Ganges. Then over for a quick stop in Dhaka, Bangladesh to checkout the organically propelled taxis. A hop over to Burma. First in Rangoon, a climb up to the Schwedagon Pagoda. With the glare off the gold and marble, you really need some shades. Then by train, I rolled north to the ancient city of Pagan, with its scattered temples and pagodas. Next, Bangkok, Thailand for three very uninspiring temple photos. With a sharp turn south via motor coach, I briefly visited the bustling hamlet of Singapore. The final stop was on Bali amongst the palms and the beach beyond, for body-surfing time, before leaping up into the stratosphere. The musical accompaniment is Jet Lag by Zazie.TECHNICAL NOTE: More images were captured in my mind's eye than with the camera. Unfortunately, I don't have a telepathy adapter for my scanner. Created: 2 April 2007

Busy streets in Chittagong [00:25]
From the rooftop of the hotel, a nice view on the Chittagong streets.

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