[Vision2020] Buddhists Cheering as the Bombs Dropped on PearlHarbor?

Tom Hansen thansen at moscow.com
Fri Dec 7 19:43:43 PST 2007

While dining in South Korea, and ordering your meal, NEVER get kagogi
confused with pagogi.  Kagogi is beef.  Pagogi is dog.  Both are served in
South Korea's restaurants.  Pagogi is considered to be a delicacy.

Trust me.  I didn't make that mistake twice.

Seeya round town, Moscow.

Tom Hansen
Moscow, Idaho

"We're a town of about 23,000 with 10,000 college students. The college
students are not very active in local elections (thank goodness!)."

- Dale Courtney (March 28, 2007)

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On Behalf Of Scott Dredge
Sent: Friday, December 07, 2007 7:33 PM
To: vision2020 at moscow.com
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I was in Japan about a year ago and I enjoyed looking at the exquisite food,
but didn't enjoy eating it so much especially when my associate told me
"It's delicious, go ahead and try it and then I'll tell you what it is".
Fortunately for me there was a Kentucky Fried Chicken near my hotel and on
my last day I found a Hard Rock Cafe in Yokohama that had great American
food and lots of memorabilia for sale.  I really enjoyed Japan.  My only
complaint is that I went into a Starbucks and they wouldn't take my
Starbucks card.  Same thing happened when I stopped in for a cup of rich hot
chocolate in Munich last March.  How is it that technology has advanced to a
point where my cell phone works fine all over the world, but something as
simple as a Starbucks card only works in the US and Canada?



----- Original Message ----
From: "nickgier at adelphia.net" <nickgier at adelphia.net>
To: vision2020 at moscow.com
Sent: Tuesday, December 4, 2007 2:43:48 PM
Subject: [Vision2020] Buddhists Cheering as the Bombs Dropped on Pearl


Life can't get better than this.  As I write, I can see Mt. Fuji from
 my hotel window and beautiful fall colors down below, made possible by a
 6-week delay of Tokyo's winter. 

We've enjoyed the exquisite food and the hospitality of the most well
 mannered people in the world. Yesterday I also received excellent
 feedback on my paper, which I've reduced to the column below.

Back in Moscow today, arriving before we leave Narita airport!

Nick Gier

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