Monday, August 4, 2014

MAYBE IT WILL BE A NEO-MUSEUM NOW

Cathedral's National Museum shuts down

Posted: Aug 04, 2014 3:59 PM PGTUpdated: Aug 04, 2014 5:48 PM PGT
http://www.kuam.com/category/173022/video-landing-page?autoStart=true&topVideoCatNo=default&clipId=10435446

Wow, can Adrian lie or what? The museum was shut down and dismantled and he says that Monsignor David Quitugua is overseeing the transition, "And in this change of administration Monsignor David desires that the persons that are you know involved with volunteering helping managing the museum that everything is order and that the transition process be taking place in such a way that we can assure that it will be open again and to assure to the public that the administration will be taking care of these things the new administration." 

But maybe it's not a lie. Maybe it will now be a neo museum. People are sick to their stomachs with what is happening. 

9 comments:

  1. I am sure that the Genarinnis will fork out the mulah for this. Then they can say at no cost to the people of Guam. FOOLS ARE WE, FOOLS WE WILL BE!

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  2. I studied how to read body language in law enforcement academy in Virginia and all of his gestures - Looking downward, his lack of eye contact, tone, pitch, sluggish look all point to signs that he is lying or covering up something and that he has somewhat memorized a prepared statement and replayed it in his head over and over again. but like Adrian- he screwed it up.

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    1. "The New Administration" sounds soooo pastoral. Good choice of three headed monster.

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  3. I am glad that KUAM interviewed Adrian on the temporary closure and reopening of the museum after change of administration. This evening after mass, the families of the donors of the museum were reclaiming their artifacts from the museum. We have the interview on tape of a liar Adrian is when the museum does not open. Hope to see it then.

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  4. Demand a refund. The intent of your donations for the museum was not respected in the least.

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  5. When the museum opens again, I predict it will display the artwork of Kiko who trained as an artist until he found that starting a cult was a more lucrative con. These works of Kiko art are probably already on island and just waiting to be put on display when the "new administration" takes over. I wonder how much these Kiko works of art cost? Thousands dollars? Millions of dollars? (Archdiocese finances in a shamble? Hmm, I wonder why. Msgr. James getting finances in order? Stab him in the back.) I doubt that Kiko would loan his work as did the faithful on Guam who loaned their historical religious artifacts for what they believed was to be the National Museum of the Cathedral Basilica. Does the arch think he can fool the faithful with this bait-and-switch? Yes, he does. His treachery knows no bounds. Imagine the worst that can happen. His actions will top that. It's as if we are living in Bizarro archdiocese a la the Jerry Seinfeld show. Bizarro world in a TV comedy is funny and entertaining. Bizarro archdiocese on our island is sad, disheartening, and seemingly will have no end unless the arch resigns (NOT!) or is removed (Yes! Yes! Yes!) and the Neos skedaddle and go victimize some other unsuspecting community...
    Eileen Benavente-Blas

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  6. Totally meaningless, totally Orwellian. Words have any meaning or no meaning. If I were that reporter, I would have followed that response with: "I'm sorry, but you appeared to have failed to say anything intelligible. I ask you again: why did you close the museum?"

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    1. Anonymous (August 5, 2014 at 5:22 AM), that was typical Kiko-Babble coming from the Chancellor … we heard Kiko-Babble from the Archbishop back in January 2006 on KOLG — the last time we heard him speaking extemporaneously for any length of time! — AND we would probably hear the same type of Kiko-Babble from the Vicar General IF he could ever be cornered for an interview.

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