Maybe an early New Year's Eve office party? Just speculating...
Party at the Hyatt! Tim's surveillance company sticnks.
Like I said, Rudy, lunch or gone. Party at the Hyatt, huh. On whose money? Speaking of money, I just got some interesting Intel on you. You sure have a lot of enemies. What did you do?
BTW. 28,000 views during a holiday week. And you appear to be the biggest topic of interest. LOL. You're famous, RUDE-EE.
Rude rudee, this poor pathetic neo peon, needs to wash off with real mouthwash and stay away from the neo kaka hogwash. His breath gets stinkier as toxic fumes from his ugly heart seeps into the atmosphere and into the air we breathe.
Clap fest at the Hyatt where the bishop can show off his boys and sing amazing songs that used to sound good coming out of his mouth. This year like others there were all the "mission families" in attendance along with their children. Although the event is supposed to be a bishops Christmas celebration with the clergy and religious community , like many other things, it has been taken over by the kikos. The real clergy and religious were a minority to outsiders and seminarians. I'll not be attending another glorification of the "Way" at any future Christmases until I have a new shepherd.
Praying for a Change, I know what you mean by events being taken over by the kikos. Years ago I was invited to the archbishop's outdoor birthday party in Maite. Most of the people attending were Chamorros and Filipinos. The next year the number of attendees doubled because all the NCW were invited. The year after that all of us non-NCW were excluded. A birthday party for the archbishop was held with only mostly foreign NCW invited. We non-NCW were dumped.
And to think that AAA and Kiko think that this opposition to their intrusion will dissipate. Here is proof that the fight has just begun and we are all in and will not cease until we expel the Neos from our parishes and along with the removal of AAA
2016 re commit friends. Thanks Tim.
Free lunch for mission families and starving seminarians. Don't be Scrooge.