RE: [ujeni] Fwd: Peace Corps Online: Re-envision Peace Corps
- Does this all mean I shouldn't have told the District Intelligence Officer
the PCMOs were an elite black ops squad? That was a mistake, and I apologize.
In retrospect, I also should not have repeatedly mailed the Regional Health
Officer packets of mchele labeled "iodized anthrax." That was an error in
judgment for which I now have deep regret.
I also am ashamed that I once told the District Commissioner that his matako
was bigger than Bakili Muluzi's. It is only by a fateful twist of cultural
norms that he took this as a compliment. Great embarrassment to myself and
my country was spared.
And one time when Paul refused to reimburse me for a cross-town minibus
ride to Hollywood... I might have sent membership dues on his behalf to
the Society of American Fascists. In hindsight, this was just sour grapes
and completely unjustified.
Forgive me. It's no excuse that I was just a young and foolish 28-year old
kid that had not yet learned life's lessons in prudence. I encourage all
of you to come clean.
>-- Original Message --all
>From: "Paul DEVER" <pcpaul@...>
>Date: Thu, 16 Mar 2006 20:15:35 +0000
>Subject: RE: [ujeni] Fwd: Peace Corps Online: Re-envision Peace Corps
>On the one hand, he does have the Constitution to protect him in the US>
>Morocco might be okay also, but depending on his surroundings, we may not
>able to get him out of prison fast enough to prevent further problems.
>The pooint in the article is made that his actions in-country could
>jeopardize the program and other PCVs. that is true. Greater good and
>This is similar to a Peace Corps Director making someone ET because he
>not cut his hair...