Total Pageviews

Friday, December 01, 2006

They Speak


Archana said...

How do you access internet from there? I don't know if the question is rude. But it baffles me to know that a soldier on duty can do it. I am sorry if u find this rude.

Werner K said...

Let me unbaffle you, Archana. I am an unarmed Military Observer who also happens to be the editor of the AMIS newsletter "Tamam". I use the internet because I do not work 24 hours a day and I have to keep up to date with what is happening in Darfur. The internet is also the only reliable way for me to stay in contact with other people who include those who provide me with critical information as well as those who write articles for Tamam. Our daily SITREP and almost all other internal correspondence in AMIS is sent by internet. AMIS provides the internet connections. Does that answer your question?

Anonymous said...

酒店經紀菲梵, 酒店經紀~free fun~, 酒店經紀, 酒店經紀, 酒店上班, 酒店上班, 酒店小姐, 酒店小姐, 酒店工作, 酒店工作, 酒店打工, 酒店打工, 酒店兼差, 酒店兼差, 酒店兼職, 酒店兼職, 經紀人, 經紀人, 禮服店, 禮服店, 便服店, 便服店,