Archive for September, 2006
Waytt over at the “Kimchi & Me” experienced the Canadian way of customer service in Public sector.
It’s a bit sluggish, if you want to get some process done in public sector in Canada especially when you are familiar with Korea’s socio-syndrome of ppali-ppali .
How about in Korea? Is there going to be a coup?
At the Marmot’s hole grabbed pretty good explanation. (HT to the MH)
It cracks me up!!
Even Young Korean soldiers won’t follow the direct order from the line of command as they are too busy to update personal Cyworld in the base.
It actually happened three days before the tragedy in Montreal.
It’s about the emergency landing in a downtown Montreal street. A Cessna was spotted flying close to the ground as it crossed over the east side of Mount Royal, where hundreds of Montrealers traditionally gather on Sundays to play Tam-Tams or simply lounge on the grass.
The plane then lined up with Parc Avenue, one of the city’s major north-south arteries, and promptly touched down in front of scores of baffled onlookers.
A 49-year-old pilot and his two passengers, including his 10-year-old son, were not injured, nor was anybody on the ground. The plane made the emergency landing on a relatively clear street and rolled for 400m before stopping.
Only one of its wings hit a street pole, Montreal police said.
Sammy Berenholc, 10, who was a passenger in the single-prop Cessna that made an emergency landing on Park Ave. Yesterday, waits for investigations to be completed.
Photograph by : Montreal Gazette/Dave sideway
Pretty Surreal News, eh!
Also there’s a video news clip.