ApX in the Shadow of Mount Everest
Tue., Apr. 2. 2019 10:51pm EDT
Just because USB starts with U.S. doesn't mean it has to stay there. Check out where this fan's ApX USB ended up:
I want to tell you guys what happened to my first USB. My wife and I have been working for a couple years in Nepal, and the grunge/rock music scene is huge over here. Editor's note: In case you're wondering, Harrison told us that story as he was ordering a new USB for himself to replace the one he gave away.
One day we were hanging out with some musician friends from church and one of them started playing Nirvana, so I sang them "Smells Like Thirtysomething Spirit" while they played, and they laughed and laughed.
I gave them my USB so they can get some of the ApologetiX knowledge and edification I've been
enjoying for the past 10-15 years. Praying for y'all!
Farmers Branch TX
For those of you who don't know, Nepal is a country located mainly in the Himalayas in South Asia. The name of its capital city, Kathmandu, is familiar to many Americans because of repeated mentions in the Bob Seger song "Katmandu," originally released in 1975 and still played on classic-rock stations today.
Nepal borders India and China. In fact, the international border between Nepal and China runs across the summit point of Mount Everest, the world's tallest mountain above sea level. But, as they say, "ain't no mountain high enough."