May 26, 2008
NPR's reporter took a break from the usual who-why-what-where-when of journalism to talk about the current weather in Khartoum:
Today's it's as dry as an old piece of toast...It's hot. It's so hot that even the insides of oranges are steamy on your tongue. It is so hot that you can even smell your own hair burning. It is so hot that somehow it feels OK to stand under an awning and ignore a photo display of young dead rebels in wells of their own blood. And that should never be OK.
I can confirm that it is indeed very hot.
Posted by aheavens at May 26, 2008 6:51 AM