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Title: Creative lessons at this Ohrinnee Jeep
Post by: Adel on August 03, 2021, 06:47:48 am
Looks like, the times, they are a changing! Blame it on Covid 19.  :laugh:

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Cannabis pots in front of the director's office... Is the family-run daycare center full of hemp fields?

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Enter 2021.08.02. 11:24 am  Revision 2021.08.02. 11:36 am


Hemp is planted and cultivated in a flowerpot in front of the nursery school director's office. Provided by the Coast Guard


A group of people who grew and smoked marijuana in coastal wetlands and daycare centers were caught by the Coast Guard.

The Korea Coast Guard announced on the 2nd that it had detained five people, including a man in his 50s, on charges of violating the Narcotics Control Act, and charged 14 people without detention. A and others are accused of growing and smoking 13 cannabis plants in the hallway, backyard, and rooftop in front of the principal's office in a family-run daycare center in the metropolitan area from March to July last year .

It was investigated that they transplanted or sown hemp grown in daycare centers into tidal flat wetlands in Namdong-gu, Incheon.

A, who was arrested , smoked marijuana on February 15 and drove directly between Namdong-gu and Yeongjong-do in Incheon in a hallucinatory state.

The Coast Guard obtained intelligence from last January, arrested them through undercover investigation, and confiscated about 260 g of cannabis in their possession .

A Coast Guard official said, " It seems that the smuggling of narcotics from overseas has become difficult due to the prolonged Corona 19 .

Jungha Lee (jungha98@hani.co.kr)

https://n.news.naver.com/article/028/0002555091
Title: Re: Creative lessons at this Ohrinnee Jeep
Post by: WhenInRome... on August 03, 2021, 12:38:15 pm
A little less soju and a little more sticky icky would do wonders.
Title: Re: Creative lessons at this Ohrinnee Jeep
Post by: Mr.DeMartino on August 03, 2021, 12:54:09 pm
A little less soju and a little more sticky icky would do wonders.
A little less weed would help in not saying such stupid stuff.

Gee, I haven't seen this one before- Mediocre zilch tells entire society, including doctors, researchers, artists, entrepreneurs, etc., and including people who do more charitable work in a day than they do in year, more creative work in a day than they do in a year, and have done things like ACTUALLY protested for democracy, that they need to smoke pot because apparently their lives aren't as profound as his because they earn more money and don't listen to the same music.
Title: Re: Creative lessons at this Ohrinnee Jeep
Post by: WhenInRome... on August 03, 2021, 01:06:39 pm
A little less weed would help in not saying such stupid stuff.

Gee, I haven't seen this one before- Mediocre zilch tells entire society, including doctors, researchers, artists, entrepreneurs, etc., and including people who do more charitable work in a day than they do in year, more creative work in a day than they do in a year, and have done things like ACTUALLY protested for democracy, that they need to smoke pot because apparently their lives aren't as profound as his because they earn more money and don't listen to the same music.

A little less talk and a little more sticky icky would do wonders.
Title: Re: Creative lessons at this Ohrinnee Jeep
Post by: Mr.DeMartino on August 03, 2021, 01:14:32 pm
A little less talk and a little more sticky icky would do wonders.
Dude, we've all been there in college. Most of us realize it's stupid the second we meet someone who does real shit with their life and doesn't smoke weed. You know, someone working at a children's hospital or someone who is building an exciting business or someone who is producing great artwork.

If weed helps you, that's great. But thinking "people need it" is absolutely fing moronic. Who the F are you to tell people they need pot?
Title: Re: Creative lessons at this Ohrinnee Jeep
Post by: VanIslander on August 03, 2021, 01:17:31 pm
Ew.
Title: Re: Creative lessons at this Ohrinnee Jeep
Post by: WhenInRome... on August 03, 2021, 01:27:49 pm
Dude, we've all been there in college. Most of us realize it's stupid the second we meet someone who does real shit with their life and doesn't smoke weed. You know, someone working at a children's hospital or someone who is building an exciting business or someone who is producing great artwork.

If weed helps you, that's great. But thinking "people need it" is absolutely fing moronic. Who the F are you to tell people they need pot?

You need pot.
Title: Re: Creative lessons at this Ohrinnee Jeep
Post by: OnNut81 on August 03, 2021, 01:33:17 pm
A little less weed would help in not saying such stupid stuff.

Gee, I haven't seen this one before- Mediocre zilch tells entire society, including doctors, researchers, artists, entrepreneurs, etc., and including people who do more charitable work in a day than they do in year, more creative work in a day than they do in a year, and have done things like ACTUALLY protested for democracy, that they need to smoke pot because apparently their lives aren't as profound as his because they earn more money and don't listen to the same music.

Talk about an over the top triggered response.  Yikes!  Don't smoke weed myself, but perhaps Martino you might consider it.  Could help with the anger.  And don't refer to yourself as a mediocre zilch.  You're better than that.  Not by much, mind you, but a tiny almost imperceptible bit better. 
Title: Re: Creative lessons at this Ohrinnee Jeep
Post by: Mr.DeMartino on August 03, 2021, 01:44:21 pm
You need pot.
Dude, you know what the difference between people who smoke weed and stoners are? People who smoke weed don't need pot, they just smoke weed because it's something to do. Stoners think everyone does.

Do yourself a favor, go down to some place where people are doing charitable work helping others where they aren't smoking weed and many of them listen to bland music. Then tell me weed or whatever music you listen matters when it comes to what kind of person you are and making the world a better place, because it doesn't. Seriously, grow up. Instead of telling people they need to smoke weed, why don't you do some real action to help others.

Talk about an over the top triggered response.  Yikes!  Don't smoke weed myself, but perhaps Martino you might consider it.  Could help with the anger.  And don't refer to yourself as a mediocre zilch.  You're better than that.  Not by much, mind you, but a tiny almost imperceptible bit better. 
It's not over the top. Seriously "These people need to smoke weed maaannnn" is the moronic shit that needs to be called out.

Call it tough love. Sometimes, people need a wakeup call. Fact is the people all saying "You need weed" are morons and it's disrespectful to all the millions of people who do shit that's far more impactful than what they do, who don't smoke weed.

Like seriously, how old is this guy? What emotional and mental maturity would you rate someone who thinks an entire country needs to smoke more weed and that would solve its problems? That's 24 years of age max.
Title: Re: Creative lessons at this Ohrinnee Jeep
Post by: WhenInRome... on August 03, 2021, 01:49:25 pm
Dude, you know what the difference between people who smoke weed and stoners are? People who smoke weed don't need pot, they just smoke weed because it's something to do. Stoners think everyone does.

Do yourself a favor, go down to some place where people are doing charitable work helping others where they aren't smoking weed and many of them listen to bland music. Then tell me weed or whatever music you listen matters when it comes to what kind of person you are and making the world a better place, because it doesn't. Seriously, grow up. Instead of telling people they need to smoke weed, why don't you do some real action to help others.
It's not over the top. Seriously "These people need to smoke weed maaannnn" is the moronic shit that needs to be called out.

Call it tough love. Sometimes, people need a wakeup call. Fact is the people all saying "You need weed" are morons and it's disrespectful to all the millions of people who do shit that's far more impactful than what they do, who don't smoke weed.

Like seriously, how old is this guy? What emotional and mental maturity would you rate someone who thinks an entire country needs to smoke more weed and that would solve its problems? That's 24 years of age max.

I recommend the Maui Wowie.
Title: Re: Creative lessons at this Ohrinnee Jeep
Post by: Mr.DeMartino on August 03, 2021, 01:51:10 pm
On a side note, that is one weak grow-op. That's the kind of silliness you do when you grow a plant in your dorm room or closet.

At least if you're going to do it, get a good hydro setup these days. You could probably buy used equipment by sending that 50 year old guy to pick it up and have him look like just some random farmer. Heck, with crypto-mining being such a big thing and Korea being not that hip, they probably wouldn't even blink at the power consumption. Also, I'm sure there's some mountainside you could grow too. It's not like the cops have flying drones everywhere looking for it. And I don't think anyone would really care about water.

All that for a few crappy plants.
Title: Re: Creative lessons at this Ohrinnee Jeep
Post by: Mr.DeMartino on August 03, 2021, 01:54:00 pm
I recommend the Maui Wowie.
Half-baked: The pot movie for people who don't smoke pot.

It has it's moments but it definitely is the equivalent of Blue Moon to Craft Beer: The craft beer for people who don't drink craft beer.
Title: Re: Creative lessons at this Ohrinnee Jeep
Post by: Lazio on August 03, 2021, 04:55:25 pm
I genuinely thought this was about some special edition of Jeep that I never heard of.
It definitely deserves a spot in the waygook.org romanization hall of fame.
Title: Re: Creative lessons at this Ohrinnee Jeep
Post by: Adel on August 03, 2021, 06:32:28 pm
I genuinely thought this was about some special edition of Jeep that I never heard of.
It definitely deserves a spot in the waygook.org romanization hall of fame.

I tried to type 어린이집 but something within the website wouldn't allow hangul as a title heading. Not my fault dude.  >:(
Anywho, that's how my Mrs has always pronounced it !
Title: Re: Creative lessons at this Ohrinnee Jeep
Post by: Adel on August 03, 2021, 07:07:12 pm
Half-baked: The pot movie for people who don't smoke pot.

It has it's moments but it definitely is the equivalent of Blue Moon to Craft Beer: The craft beer for people who don't drink craft beer.

I really don't appreciate any craft beer analogies when it comes to weed. Generally, I just take what I can get when I can get it.  I ain't no Justin Beaver getting my weed from California! That ain't my shit!

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Title: Re: Creative lessons at this Ohrinnee Jeep
Post by: Lazio on August 03, 2021, 08:11:17 pm
I tried to type 어린이집 but something within the website wouldn't allow hangul as a title heading. Not my fault dude.  >:(
Anywho, that's how my Mrs has always pronounced it !

It was more about the fact that romanized Korean looks awful. And no matter what, it will be somewhat inaccurate in many cases. So ''daycare center'' would've been better to use.

But since you brought it up... Is your wife a native Korean speaker? I assume she isn't because she wouldn't say it that way otherwise. Or you just grossly misheard it.

Which brings me back to my initial point: using the perfectly accurate English equivalent or the Korean word, are both way better options than self-made romanization.
Title: Re: Creative lessons at this Ohrinnee Jeep
Post by: Kurt Sorensen on August 03, 2021, 08:20:29 pm
Adel,
How does your wife like living in Australia?

Just curious because my wife loved NZ for half a dozen years or so, but become a little melancholy after that. Once the kids were school age, we moved back to Korea. Been here ever since, not that I mind too much.

Sorry about the off topic.

Title: Re: Creative lessons at this Ohrinnee Jeep
Post by: gogators! on August 03, 2021, 11:46:50 pm
Looks like, the times, they are a changing! Blame it on Covid 19.  :laugh:
https://n.news.naver.com/article/028/0002555091
I guess the coast wasn't clear.
Title: Re: Creative lessons at this Ohrinnee Jeep
Post by: Adel on August 04, 2021, 06:16:14 am
Adel,
How does your wife like living in Australia?

Just curious because my wife loved NZ for half a dozen years or so, but become a little melancholy after that. Once the kids were school age, we moved back to Korea. Been here ever since, not that I mind too much.

Sorry about the off topic.



Other than the usual kind of relationships hiccups with myself, and missing family back home she's quite happy with her life in Aus. After about eight years of being gainfully employed for the state government and the financial independence which comes with that helps. It was something that I kind of pushed her into a little when we first arrived. I was more concerned about the long term impact that would come from a lack of social interaction.  Like all marriages though, it's a work in progress and I wouldn't be surprised if we returned to Korea at some stage in the future.  We will both be up for long service leave in a few years, if I make it, so that would be an opportunity for a prolonged stay, if nothing else. 
Title: Re: Creative lessons at this Ohrinnee Jeep
Post by: Adel on August 04, 2021, 08:08:15 am
It was more about the fact that romanized Korean looks awful. And no matter what, it will be somewhat inaccurate in many cases. So ''daycare center'' would've been better to use.

But since you brought it up... Is your wife a native Korean speaker? I assume she isn't because she wouldn't say it that way otherwise. Or you just grossly misheard it.



Yes she is a native Korean speaker but you haven't actually heard it from her though have you. You've made a judgement based on the way I have Romanised it. Romanizing Hangul is fraught with inaccuracy and translating it to day-care centre would have involved a loss of authenticity that I would associate with that uniquely Korean sounding institution  when I hear 어린이집.

Perhaps you could temper this tendency towards linguistic imperialism! :laugh:
Title: Re: Creative lessons at this Ohrinnee Jeep
Post by: Lazio on August 04, 2021, 09:36:21 am
Yes she is a native Korean speaker but you haven't actually heard it from her though have you. You've made a judgement based on the way I have Romanised it. Romanizing Hangul is fraught with inaccuracy and translating it to day-care centre would have involved a loss of authenticity that I would associate with that uniquely Korean sounding institution  when I hear 어린이집.

Perhaps you could temper this tendency towards linguistic imperialism! :laugh:

You are right! I haven't heard your wife saying it. But I heard it plenty of times from lots of people to know, that is very far from the actual pronunciation.
Not sure why would you describe a daycare center as a uniquely Korean sounding institution.

Now, if you'll excuse me...
I have to drive my Jeep from my jeep to my friend's jeep and pick up some ohrinnee kimbap on the way.
Title: Re: Creative lessons at this Ohrinnee Jeep
Post by: Adel on August 04, 2021, 09:40:14 am
You are right! I haven't heard your wife saying it. But I heard it plenty of times from lots of people to know, that is very far from the actual pronunciation.
Not sure why would you describe a daycare center as a uniquely Korean sounding institution.

Now, if you'll excuse me...
I have to drive my Jeep from my jeep to my friend's jeep and pick up some ohrinnee kimbap on the way.

No dude,  daycare center(sic)  in not a uniquely Korean sounding institution, 어린이집 is !
Title: Re: Creative lessons at this Ohrinnee Jeep
Post by: Lazio on August 04, 2021, 10:40:01 am

No dude,  daycare center(sic)  in not a uniquely Korean sounding institution, 어린이집 is !

Dude, this is a Korean forum so a daycare CENTER would naturally mean 어린이집 for most. A lot more obvious way than a not so great attempt at reinventing romanization.
Btw. if you feel like you must romanize, Google Translate would do a lot better job. For future reference, it says: eolin-ijib.
You're welcome!
Title: Re: Creative lessons at this Ohrinnee Jeep
Post by: Adel on August 04, 2021, 10:51:19 am
Dude, this is a Korean forum so a daycare CENTER would naturally mean 어린이집 for most. A lot more obvious way than a not so great attempt at reinventing romanization.
Btw. if you feel like you must romanize, Google Translate would do a lot better job. For future reference, it says: eolin-ijib.
You're welcome!

Perhaps you should go back an re-read the original reasoning for having to Romanize, but if that is how you would pronounce 어린이집 , good luck to you! :-*

*PS Do yourself a favour.  Dump that Chrysler sh*tbox and buy a decent Korean car!
Title: Re: Creative lessons at this Ohrinnee Jeep
Post by: Mr.DeMartino on August 04, 2021, 10:56:24 am
It did read like some Jeep dealership in a town with an Indigenous American name at first, but Adel's romanization wasn't wrong. Just unusual.
Title: Re: Creative lessons at this Ohrinnee Jeep
Post by: Lazio on August 04, 2021, 11:03:15 am
Perhaps you should go back an re-read the original reasoning for having to Romanize, but if that is how you would pronounce 어린이집 , good luck to you! :-*

*PS do yourself a favour and dump that Chrysler sh*tbox and buy a decent Korean car!

Perhaps you should ask your ''jeep saram'' to break it down to you.
Title: Re: Creative lessons at this Ohrinnee Jeep
Post by: Adel on August 04, 2021, 11:16:24 am
Perhaps you should ask your ''jeep saram'' to break it down to you.

Get yourself one of these dude!

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Those two 2.2 litre diesel turbos are worth every penny!
Title: Re: Creative lessons at this Ohrinnee Jeep
Post by: Adel on August 04, 2021, 11:38:39 am
www.youtube.com/watch?v=5sVmoOZRypk&t=5s
Title: Re: Creative lessons at this Ohrinnee Jeep
Post by: WhenInRome... on August 04, 2021, 12:04:10 pm
Damn, its hot today. I feel sticky icky!
Title: Re: Creative lessons at this Ohrinnee Jeep
Post by: Sagi Keun on August 24, 2021, 11:33:02 pm
You are right! I haven't heard your wife saying it. But I heard it plenty of times from lots of people to know, that is very far from the actual pronunciation.
Not sure why would you describe a daycare center as a uniquely Korean sounding institution.

Now, if you'll excuse me...
I have to drive my Jeep from my jeep to my friend's jeep and pick up some ohrinnee kimbap on the way.


(https://www.wranglerforum.com/attachments/image_1467207858049-jpg.3131498/)

I've found the ohrrineee  jeep!
Title: Re: Creative lessons at this Ohrinnee Jeep
Post by: Adel on August 25, 2021, 05:20:41 am

(https://www.wranglerforum.com/attachments/image_1467207858049-jpg.3131498/)

I've found the ohrrineee  jeep!

Nah, you've spelt it wrong dude. One 'r', two 'e's and two 'n's!
And what's up with the lack of CAPITALIZATION? >:(