Wednesday, November 4, 2015

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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.

14 comments:

  1. The Lion knows when to sleep, how to stalk a quary, when to pounce, and go for the kill.

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    1. @6:39..the lion protects ''any'' of his family in the jungle But, Pussy's park on beach areas and ravish the nectars of young breeds then are hidden away.

      I have no respect for a man of cloth who post like the immature nut he is.

      Flo B.

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    2. Reminding us again of where Presbyter Louie...never mind.

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  3. Isn't that what that fake ass Rudy is and what he's been getting lately??? I have no respect for a person of his kind..

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  4. Ok. Gotta hold back on some of these ap word comments. Getting a bit wild for our Roman observers. LOL though!!!

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  5. Anonymous Bobbie Santos, huh? ENJOY! this one of the very of Dianas blog.


    AnonymousNovember 3, 2015 at 12:50 AM
    Everyone on Guam knows Archbishop Apuron has a big heart and is generous to a fault. How many times has he gone out to minister to the many homeless on Guam? How many times has he used funds from his own pocket to purchase meals and bottled water for the homeless? How many times has he discussed with other chancery officials his plans for new programs to help the homeless? Archbishop Apuron lives the example of Christ by his actions and speech. He is an archbishop par excellence and his shoes will be hard to fill once he reaches retirement age. It will be a sad day on Guam when he is no longer an active presence in our diocese. We will no longer hear his wonderful voice lifted in songs of praise. No longer hear his inspired homilies. No longer read his astute gospel reflections in the Umatuna si Yu'os.
    How will I bear the sorrow once he is retired? I shudder to think of this and hope the next five years will pass slowly to eke out every last bit of spiritual joy that we as members of his flock enjoy. His concern is always for the little people, the marginalized, the oppressed. I hope he is made a cardinal. If this happens, he may become the first Chamorro canonized a saint. Sound impossible? Isn't it a miracle that he's been our archbishop for over 30 years? Isn't it a miracle that despite all the hatred directed at him by those who want to bring down his inspired leadership that he is still our archbishop? Biba Archbishop Anthony Sablan Apuron, a spiritual leader unsurpassed. Si Yu'os ma'ase' for all you do for our island, our Church, and all the people of Guam.
    Bobbie Santos


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    1. Pardon me while I PUKE! lol...

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    2. I wonder what island Bobbie Santos lives on but she must be delusional to the facts that have been presented. What facts has the neocat community provides other then an opinion from Diane and Google searches? But wait cause they are a typical CULT that has been brainwashed by kiko.

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    3. It' BS (Bobbie Santos), get it? It's sarcasm and satire. The answer to all the questions is NEVER. The hyperbolic statements alone give it away. Praising the archbishop is pure sarcasm. First canonized Chamorro?
      It's a satiric post that neos probably think is true.
      Good one, "Bobbie Santos."
      Eileen Benavente-Blas

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    4. Funny thing is the Neos were so thrilled by what Bobbie Santos wrote. Kiko kaka does strange things...it takes away one's ability to detect BS. Jajajajajajaja

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  6. Notice the initials? Too funny!
    Eileen Benavente-Blas

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