Monday, October 22, 2007

Spotted in Tirana

Hummm.... so here's the latest Mormon strategy in Tirana- they're offering a free English course! I wonder what else they'll try to teach you??

12 comments:

Di Mackey said...

Ahh I wonder, I saw a huge group of them arriving in Brussels when I picked up a friend there.

Good to find you here, I thought you had stopped a while back :)

Selfmaderadio said...

Kim,

mormons are doing this since, at least, 12 years

ITS said...

I really like these guys. I admire their sense of courage to go around the world at a very young age and work hard for what they believe in.

If all young men would have half their discipline and dedication the world would be a better place.

/on the other hand, don't ever give them your personal information or they will haunt you forever. :-P

Big Momma said...
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Jan said...

Hey, thanks for stopping by my blog (yearningforgod.blogspot.com). Internet is amazing--Albania to Texas, USA!

hockeyman said...

it makes me smile.. I was just in salt lake city this week and a guy was telling me about his son going on a mission...

only about 10%-15% of mormons go on a mission and it costs the family 500$ a month to send them for their 24 month mission..

abcd said...

This mormon's suit is so much better than the ones I see on the mormons wandering in my neighborhood in NYC! At first I thought I was looking at some 'Young Turk" from the kind customarily seen at the Bllok area during morning hours.

traveller one said...

Well well... to top it all off I was visiting a non-religious NGO today and just as I was leaving they told me that the Mormons visit them once a week to teach English!
Of course I've seen them here in Tirana since I arrived more than 2.5 years ago but this was the first time I've seen them with this sign.

GMG said...

Just be sure to avoid giving them your coordinates or they will be after you for life. Visiting the Temple at Salt Lake City you may always use Liberty Av. nr. 12387, 55th Floor, G, Yerevan, as an address... ;)

Miranda said...

Hello,
I am a Canadian who just recently moved to Tirana and have been searching for things to do on the internet. What is this womens group you speak about? I am interested.

Miranda.

traveller one said...

Miranda- Welcome to Tirana!
Please email me at khakkenberg(at)gmail.com and I'll fill you in about our International Women's Group here in Tirana!

Kim Carney said...

OMG, you can spot a mormon anywhere ! I see them sometimes here, they were in scotland when I lived there and visited our house regularly!