[IAEP] [Sugar-devel] I know India
gonzalo at laptop.org
Wed Oct 26 13:52:11 EDT 2011
Rudyard Kipling have very nice stories about India.
On Wed, Oct 26, 2011 at 2:10 PM, Alan Jhonn Aguiar Schwyn <
alanjas at hotmail.com> wrote:
> I received another thing: uses the idea of the book ok Emilio Salgari "La
> montaña de la luz" (The mountain of light"
> "While starring San-cycle Dokan and Yanez, one of whose most ce-Lebre
> episodes isMompracem Tigers is the best known part of the extensive
> production of Emilio Salgari, The mountain of light is an excellent example
> of the inventive colorist the narrative agilityand taste for exoticism of
> popular Italian writer. The plot unfolds in a mythical world that alternate
> descriptions of the sects, customs and religious rites in India with
> behaviors thatillustrate the virtues of courage, loyalty, friendship and
> sense of justice."
> At the center of the plot is 'The Mountain of Light', a huge diamond of
> immense value and greed is admired throughout India. The protagonist Indri
> Sagar, advisor guicowar ofBaroda, fell into disgrace because of a palace
> intrigue, moved by the Minister Parvati. To be able to rehabilitate Indri
> have to steal the Rajah of Pannah the fabulous 'Mountain of Light' and it
> asks for help in English Toby Randall, the most famous and respected hunter
> of tigers in northern India.
> The search for a treasure is an interesting idea .. no?the search for a
> treasure is an interesting idea .. no?
> > Date: Tue, 25 Oct 2011 21:04:32 -0400
> > From: kevin.mark at verizon.net
> > To: alanjas at hotmail.com
> > CC: iaep at lists.sugarlabs.org; sugar-devel at lists.sugarlabs.org;
> administrator at kmrfoundation.org
> > Subject: Re: [IAEP] [Sugar-devel] I know India
> > On Wed, Oct 26, 2011 at 12:56:59AM +0000, Alan Jhonn Aguiar Schwyn wrote:
> > >
> > > Hi,
> > >
> > > When I received the email, I started working!
> > > This is the background of the game ..
> > > and the political divide there are... and the names of the states ..
> > >
> > > In the other "Conozco" the excuse of the game is important ...
> > > In the "Conozco Uruguay", a Martian spaceship comes in and suffers a
> > > and spacecraft parts fall into different parts of the country...
> > > The game is based on finding the parts of the ship...
> > > In the "Conozco America" a boy has a test the next day and has not
> studied for
> > > it..
> > > The idea is based on helping he to go exploring and learning ..
> > >
> > > For "know India" a new story should be invented, to don't make so
> > > games ..
> > >
> > > Someone comes up with something?
> > >
> > maybe the directory of a (bollywood) film has to visit the actor of her
> > upcomming film?
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> > First there was Dial-A-Prayer, then Dial-A-Recipe, and even
> > But the south-east Victorian town of Sale has produced one to top them
> > Dial-A-Wombat.
> > It all began early yesterday when Sale police received a telephone
> > call: "You won't believe this, and I'm not drunk, but there's a wombat in
> > phone booth outside the town hall," the caller said.
> > Not firmly convinced about the caller's claim to sobriety, members of
> > the constabulary drove to the scene, expecting to pick up a drunk.
> > But there it was, an annoyed wombat, trapped in a telephone booth.
> > The wombat, determined not to be had the better of again, threw its
> > bulk into the fray. It was eventually lassoed and released in a nearby
> > Then the officers received another message ... another wombat in
> > another phone booth.
> > There it was: *Another* angry wombat trapped in a telephone booth.
> > The constables took the miffed marsupial into temporary custody and
> > released it, too, in the scrub.
> > But on their way back to the station they happened to pass another
> > telephone booth, and -- you guessed it -- another imprisoned wombat.
> > After some serious detective work, the lads in blue found a suspect,
> > and after questioning, released him to be charged on summons.
> > Their problem ... they cannot find a law against placing wombats in
> > telephone booths.
> > -- "Newcastle Morning Herald", NSW Australia, Aug 1980.
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