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Awsome… I guess the left is void of hypocrits, or is dear ol’ dad just being a HYPOCRIT?:twisted:
» Posted By Concerned On 15/February/2006 @ 11:13 am
John if you use an instant messenger I know that they usually have an option to chat with webcams and audio. They usually detect your webcam and microphone automatically. Good luck and cheer up the cold is always worst in Jan and Feb but the beautiful Korean spring is worth looking foward to.
» Posted By Concerned On 09/January/2006 @ 11:17 am
Hey nice post.
Here is a picture I like to use to illustrate the success of Democracy and Capitalism in Korea. It shows the night view from a satellite of the entire peninsula and really points out how except for Pyung Yang, North Korea is in the Dark.
» Posted By Concerned On 08/December/2005 @ 8:32 am
Here is an article you might have comments about.
» Posted By Concerned On 26/April/2005 @ 10:47 am
I am not sure if you are reading the Regulations I posted, but yeah, you were in line with the regs on the dental visit. I am saying that to be in line with the regulation (190-2) you have no choice but to go to the on post facilities first, and if they are too busy and/or can not provide service then they “must” refer you “before” you can legally use the off post facilities.
Is that not what the regulation is inferring when it states as being off limits :”USFK REG 190-2 Section A-1. All acupuncture clinics, civilian medical and dental clinics, pharmacies, drug stores, and civilian hospitals except for the purpose of receiving treatment or prescriptions when referred by U.S. medical treatment facilities, receiving emergency treatment, or visits to patients”? My visit was not an emergency and seeing as they were not too busy I was seen right away and no referral was necessary.
If I had bypassed the on post facility I think I would have been in violation of the regulation would I not?
Thanks again, apparently now my colleagues are confused on this issue too.
I won’t bother you again…:!:
» Posted By Concerned On 20/April/2005 @ 3:54 pm
Also, concernig Yeouido, I was here when it was declared “Off Limits” as an area and then later updated to the politicaly related sections of Yeouido (ie “The Assembly Building” and the surrounding area). These areas where declared off limits because they attract huge groups of protestors whenever the Korean government makes an unpopular decision (i.e. Sending troops to support the US effort in Iraq). These protest can be rather spontaneous and sometimes violent.
List the following off limits areas in Yeouido:
Natâ€™l Assembly Bldg (FP) â€“ Yoido
Grand Natâ€™l Party HQ (FP) â€“ Yoido
Millenium Democratic Party HQ (FP) â€“ Yoido
Any Political Party (FP) Bldg 63 â€“ Yoido
The (FP) indicates that the area is off limits for “Force Protection”. That is for civilians “Your Safety”.
Hope I did not bore you with the details, but that is where the devil is. 😈
» Posted By Concerned On 20/April/2005 @ 1:10 pm
Check out this publication:
In the “Applicability” section it points out that “DOD Civilians” are covered by this reg. Also, Appendix A list all of the general off post areas.
Maybe you can tell me why you believe that “civilians” have no other option but off post treatment. As a DOD civilian my I have used the on post facilities and received the bills and paid them. I am curious to know the orgin of this information. Thanks ❓
» Posted By Concerned On 20/April/2005 @ 1:01 pm
I wanted to type “trespassing” sorry. Alos I hope you are aware that off post barber shops, dental and medical clinics are also off limits unless refered.
Good Luck! 🙂
» Posted By Concerned On 20/April/2005 @ 9:37 am
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Don’t know if you are aware or not, but it looks like you are traspassing in EUSA OFF LIMITS areas. Check out this site for the current list.
» Posted By Concerned On 20/April/2005 @ 9:33 am