Monthly Archives: June 2008

The weekend

So first things first, now that I finally have a camera again I’ve decided to put some pictures up of the place I moved into May 1st. This is the view from our front porch. As you can see we’re … Continue reading

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Bosses in Town

My immediate boss, Dr. Michael Best, arrived in town last week with his boss, Dr. Bill Long, chair of the Sam Nunn School of International Affairs at GT. They came here to assess the situation on the ground, and bring … Continue reading

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Parker In Town

I’m really behind in my blogging so I’m trying to catch up. A couple weeks ago my good friend Parker McGee came into town for a week. Parker, who is a computer science undergrad at Georgia Tech, has been working … Continue reading

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Gambia vs. Liberia

In preparation for the 2010 World Cup in South Africa, The Liberian Lonestars played The Gambia as part of the qualification process. The game was sponsored by Comium, Liberia’s 3rd largest GSM provider. To make sure I had the full … Continue reading

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Cuttington University

This past Friday I went to Cuttington University with Jerry Mwagbe, a Liberian who works for Kennesaw State University and is on loan to Cuttington for the year. Cuttington is Liberia’s top private college. Kind of like the Harvard of … Continue reading

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Robertsport… Accommodations

So once again I went out to Robertsport in search of clean waves, beautiful beaches, and good times. As always the beaches were beautiful, and good times were had. Sadly the waves were a little choppy and the current was … Continue reading

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