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About lawyersgunandmoney

I am currently serving in the Peace Corps in Camasca, Honduras, a small mountain town located near the border of El Salvador. My project is Water and Sanitation.

Simplicity and some other stuff

So I am writing this blog because during my important research the internet crapped out in Camasca, Intibuca. I was actually planning a nice little evening at my office, including some die hard research for my upcoming fantasy football draft, … Continue reading

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Back

I admit that 2 blog updates in fewer than 2 weeks was a bad idea, due to my goal to lower expectations for my pitiful blogging. However, now that the expectations are once again at the desired level I will … Continue reading

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Cash Money from the United Nations

I know two blogs in under three weeks is a probably a bad idea, what with the dangers of high expectations. My current location, the local restaurant, and activities, obviously writing a blog and watching Nadal vs. Murray at Wimbledon[1], … Continue reading

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Re-Bienvenidos a Honduras

So here is my 2nd trimester blog, sadly at the rate that I update my blog this is actually true. I sincerely will try to stay up on my blog but my history must cause everyone to highly doubt this … Continue reading

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Un Año en Honduras

First I would like to thank everyone for the Valentine’s day cards and mail in general. I was like a kid in a candy store when my boss brought my mail from Tegucigalpa to La Esperanza to a meeting. Aunt … Continue reading

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What am I doing?/What I am doing

So I skimmed over my pitiful excuse for a blog and realized I have barely touched on my work with my NGO and as a Peace Corps volunteer. In order to not bore you with all the details, I will … Continue reading

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Back in the Boondocks of Honduras

After 3 planes, 4 buses, 2 taxis, and a long painful walk up a mountain questioning  what was actually inside my luggage, I finally arrived to my house in Camasca, Intibucá, Honduras. I had a great time in the states … Continue reading

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