Margaret insists that the King of Nepal is standing in front of a crest, but I prefer to read the image on this page as one really ornate regal coronet. You be the jury —
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And in today’s news, Nepal launches it’s first low-earth orbit satellite. On the down side the kings head was stuck in the device at the time of launch, and it is still uncertain as to whether he has survived.
It’s a hat! At least some of what you see there is a hat. Behold:
A friend emailed me that image with the (inappropriate) caption of:
“King Gyanendra of Nepal, wearing the most ridiculous hat in the history of the universe, dismissed the nation’s government
today and declared a state of emergency.¬† “Not to worry,” he went on to say, “because my crown honors every possible
deity or demon ever¬†recognized by mankind, including Chuck Norris’s¬†’Delta Force,’ the exalted nation of Nepal will continue
to be smiled upon by, at the very least, one God.”¬†