Tuesday, November 3, 2015

BUSY BUSY BUSY

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  1. Being in the jungle is like being in a soap opera. There's no telling what might happen, the twisted plots, the unsavory characters coming over from the "way." The ones too timid to own up to their posts. I love reading and posting in the jungle, where the lion sleeps tonight but the Lord never does.
    Eileen Benavente-Blas


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  2. Seriously, want to know what happened in 1977 ?? Saturday Night Fever. Really. 1977.

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    1. Finally admitting that the VICTIM or VICTIMS had a fever after the abuse and it was on a Saturday night. Once again big shoe shove into that BIG Mouth.

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    2. 1977 night fever, night fever, ........1977

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  3. A Saturday in 1977. A day that will live in infamy once the truth is revealed.
    Let the countdown to T* day begin.
    The clock is ticking ticking ticking ticking ticking...
    Eileen Benavente-Blas
    *Truth

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    1. Eileen, hope you don't mind being called an ISIS suicide bomber by, who else, Diana!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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    2. Use her real name: Diana Susanna.

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  4. Tim, I think her real name is Diana Susanna Davy Adrienne Antonia Cybil Three-faces-of- Eve. Get it straight! LOL

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  5. For those who are waiting to hear why I keep using the date 1977. I will have a post up soon about it. It is already written. However, the facts are too big for this blog. They belong in court and I won't compromise the process. The fact is Apuron knows what he did and who he did it to. In the end it will be up to the person(s) who he did it to to come forward in one way or another. And this may go well beyond just 1977. And even if no one does come forward, Apuron knows. He knows. He knows. He knows. And what's more...he knows that I know. It didn't die with Fr. Jack.

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    1. Issue out today involving Archbishop NCW after a Manila property.

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  6. Archbishop Apuron divided unity of Guam he is no longer a sign of unity.
    Divided a church.
    Divided an island nation.
    Dividing families.
    time for him to Go.

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