Nahili Samurai

On propagation of radio waves | October 21, 2008

Dear Dan,

It’s been 6 months since I started learning about these waves. This is fantastic, yet scary. One type of them can connect Tashkent with Cairo, however, it’s never reliable. It acts weird depending on day/night, weather, season, mood and holidays. Once we connected two cities, they could only talk during public holidays; which required extra salary for operators. I don’t get it bro…

Another one deals with direct links. We installed one at city, and it caused “unknown errors” from 9.00 to 18.00. Guess what? The ray was going through a construction site, so we’ve been radio-burning the crane operator for a month. We lost huge money for compensation.

Every installation bring problems, because radio waves have… conspired against me. All the money you sent us is already gone. I’m going back to the village, they still haven’t found a new mathematics teacher. Mathematics is better, it has some logic.

Take care Aniki-san,


Posted in Innovative News


  1. really that is wonderful where r u going exactly? maybe KERKI?

    Comment by eshmet — October 23, 2008 @ 5:42 pm

  2. Eshmet, you know me too well. I can’t go to KERKI. I wish I could go to Kenya or Zimbabwe. Kerki is too developed for me, I’m running away from civilization.

    Comment by nahili — October 25, 2008 @ 7:31 am

  3. 🙂 yeah bro, i got it. anyway, wherever u go all the best.

    Comment by eshmet — October 28, 2008 @ 8:47 pm

  4. Kerki, Zimbabwe, Kenya…. what r u talking about? 😐 it was slightly different topic…

    And where is Kerki ? there is no such country, city even a town on the map?!

    Comment by Jonathan — October 30, 2008 @ 10:30 pm

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