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  • #1619752
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    True. :) But wouldn’t he have flunked out, even with his dad’s money, if he couldn’t keep up?

    #1619753
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    chyya
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    i dunno i have hope for the guy. he studied military and economics so im taking a more positive outlook

    #1619754
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    Pisey
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    Doctorate in Economics hey.. hrmm Dr Hun Manet

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    #1619755
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    I had the chance to meet and hang out with him once and he was a very nice guy. I was a little intimidated at first but after a couple of shots with him it was all good. He seemed like a very smart and easy going person. He didn’t act snobbish or anything and didn’t need to take the time to converse with me but did so. His father on the other hand intimidated me more then a lil bit. It wasn’t anything he said or did but just the fact it was him. I actually think Hun Manet would make a difference in Cambodia if given the opportunity.

    #1619756
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    [i]Originally posted by Menkos[/i]
    True. :) But wouldn’t he have flunked out, even with his dad’s money, if he couldn’t keep up?

    I don’t know. How did George W. Bush even get into Yale and acquire a Masters degree in Business when he was a D student in high school and could barely speak proper English? Me, thinks Daddy (Georgie Senior) had something to do with it…

    #1619757
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    The United States Military Academy is among the world’s leading higher learning institution (undergraduate only) but it does not rank itself against other big names like Harvard, Yale, Princeton, etc. The selection process is rigorous and thorough. In order to apply, a candidate must be a US citizen, get endorsed by his/her state senator and be interviewed in person, which the candidate is judged in all aspects. The academy does not necessary care if a candidate maxed out the SAT and/or is at the top of his/her class. What the Academy looks for are well rounded young men and women with good moral character. He/she must possess the desire to selflessly serve as a commissioned officer in one of the four US military branches upon graduation. The institution motto is: Duty, Honor, Country.

    To give you an idea of how tough the selection is, I know of a person who got rejected twice and his father was a four star US Army General.

    So how on earth did you and I, as taxpayers, paid for Hun Manet’s education at our most sacred and prestigious institution? Well, each year the US government allows a certain number of foreigner to attend West Point. The foreign candidates are the sons and daughters of statemen, which the US has good relation with. Although Hun Sen was viewed as a “ruthless murderer” by many US lawmakers, the State Department down played the concerns. These foreign candidates receive all the special attentions needed from the school and are ensured success with quality tutoring.

    [i]Originally posted by RoyalOrient[/i]
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    [i]Originally posted by Menkos[/i]
    True. :) But wouldn’t he have flunked out, even with his dad’s money, if he couldn’t keep up?

    I don’t know. How did George W. Bush even get into Yale and acquire a Masters degree in Business when he was a D student in high school and could barely speak proper English? Me, thinks Daddy (Georgie Senior) had something to do with it…

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    [Message last modified 01-07-2011 04:22am by eudaimonia]

    #1619758
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    Lolz. I like what you are saying. Hehe

    [i]Originally posted by RoyalOrient[/i]
    The apple doesn’t fall far from the tree. But maybe this bad seed will be a lesser evil.

    #1619759
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    Recca
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    I have hope in this guy …. and maybe, just maybe, Cambodia can finally have a decent leader. For now, hope is all we got.

    #1619760
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    Kadin
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    Hun Manet looks like a decent person.

    I’d support him.

    បានចូលសាលា មានសញ្ញាប្រ័ត មិន ប្រាកដថាមានសមត្ថភាពក្នុងកិច្ចការ នោះទេ
    #1619761
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    me too.

    [i]Originally posted by Kadin[/i]
    Hun Manet looks like a decent person.

    I’d support him.

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