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Questions for U.S. personnel who were/are stationed abroad.
 
May 31st, 2005  
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Questions for U.S. personnel who were/are stationed abroad.
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Originally Posted by the_13th_redneck
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Originally Posted by Mohmar 'Deathstrike'
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Originally Posted by the_13th_redneck
I'm not American.
Oh haha. You Korean then? I was almost convinced that you were an American living in South Korea
Yeah hehe. I can fool anyone.

Then, red_neck, have you lived in USA, or abroad?
May 31st, 2005  
Mohmar Deathstrike
 
 
I think he's lived in Indonesia before.
May 31st, 2005  
A Can of Man
 
 
The mystery continues .....
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Questions for U.S. personnel who were/are stationed abroad.
May 31st, 2005  
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Topic: Re: Questions for U.S. personnel who were/are stationed abro


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Originally Posted by Mohmar 'Deathstrike'

Haha. I was hoping for a mini-essay-like answer, but this is pretty straight forward too . Thank you.

Can u elaborate on which aspects were worse and wich were better?
That is actually kinda hard most Western countries are pretty much equal. Its more like comparing apples and oranges than saying whats better or worse. I guess its more what you prefer, rather than better or worse.

Having said that I can elaborate a little. I think Germany has a better public transpotation system (but agains its alot smaller than the US) and also it relatively "safer" over there, I enjoyed going out there and seing the stuff and interacting with the people, I was somewhat easier to do over there (due to public transport), I though it was great and fun.

As the US goes as far as whats better (its one of those thing thats hard to put your finger on) its that feeling that everything is so much more grand, there so much more to explore, people in general are willing to cut loose more (for the most part), its hard to describe though. But as far as something concrete we probably have better large gathering/entertainment/lesuire malls over here. I prefer to live over here becausethere probably more opportunities, ect. Having said that I would love to go back to Germany to visit again. There is stuff you can experience over there that you can't over here, and vice-versa, but again its not better or worse its more unique to the place.