DotMaker, my company, called the US Embassy Wednesday morning, telling them they were not able to sustain me. A good thing because otherwise they would have gotten the call stating the exact same thing only hours later. On Thursday, I visited four companies finding the right project for me, of which Kapital Bank seems to most likely candidate.
My personal favorite is MongolArt.mn, run by MCIC. Recent foreign aid politics, however, dictated that a totally new organization, ACM, would deliver everything MCIC had been supplying in the past. Needless to say, although ACM is not nearly up to par with MCIC, they are in total limbo. SOROS, the supporting organization, is financing MCIC. Nepotism has taken care of the 'right' people within the organization.
[Note: I'm writing this after my return home.]
Originally, I had a piece of text here explaining I didn't get along with Ryan and how and why I didn't like him. Henry would probably argue this was a thing of incompatible personalities. He would have said that *before* he got irritated with Mr. Nitz too.
What was interesting, was that Claudia, them having hooked up in UB, felt attacked by my rants too. Although I didn't think I was compromising her position, I changed some of my wordings to placate my roommate. Then all hell broke loose.
Ryan started to harass Geekcorps on a daily basis, demanding them to get me to take my writings down. Mind you, these were personal opinions, residing on a private server. He called me immature, childish and, well, was not very nice. The funny part being that, supposedly, I had taken down 'rants' on Claudia after she complained and since she, supposedly, according to Mr. Nitz, was responsible for 50% of my turnover, I felt her hot breath down my neck. In reality, Claudia is responsible for less then 10% of my turnover and I changed the relevant wordings because she's a friend.
Needless to say, I took down the piece of text causing an issue. Not for Ryan or Claudia, but for Geekcorps being harassed by Ryan. I have personal friends within the organization and if I can make their life easier by taking away a simple piece of text, I'm happy to oblige.