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Posted by auntiecharo at 11:13 PM | Comments (0)

September 23, 2005

THERE'S SOMETHING TO BE SAID ABOUT DRINKING AT THE AGE OF 18!

I've heard about drinking and driving bad for you but.....drinking and going to school?

Gina Tabonares, Variety News Staff wrote in today's on-line Marianas Variety(why is it that MV has more local news than the PDN?) that:"An 18-year-old student of John F. Kennedy High School was arrested by police on Tuesday after assaulting the school’s assistant principal.
Charges of terrorizing, criminal mischief, assault, public intoxication and possession of a schedule I controlled substance were filed against Charles Henry Flores Cruz after his assistant principal, Arthur de Oro, called the police department.
De Oro said Cruz was creating violence in the school campus.
According to the magistrate report, de Oro was investigating a report of a student drinking alcohol during class time and Cruz was referred by his teacher, Peter Flores."(Go on-line for more details)
I dare say, the dude had the nerve drink and still attend school...or, did he attend school because his friends brought whatever it was that made him drunk to school for him to drink?) Either way, school and drinking do mix, certainly drinking and teachers don't make a good cocktail especially when you mix in a policeman........recently, Mr. Kasperbauer introduced a bill that would allow OLD kids to re-enter high school in order to graduate(and ride the school bus) and am not sure where the bill is....this encounter should discourage the allowance of anyone older than 18 attending high-school.....I certainly wouldn't want someone who's allowed to drink and drive to be associating with my 15 or 16-yr-old....
So much for drinking and going to JFK!!!

Posted by auntiecharo at 04:45 PM | Comments (0)

September 21, 2005

NOT SUCH A HO HUM DAY FOR LOCAL NEWS

Budgets, who's running with who(fill in the blank)....which director is quitting and going to work at the bank where his wife has just resigned from....oops, that's not made the news yet....

So okay, it's pretty much a 'ho hum' day for the news....local, that is....the gov's shaking hands with the Japanese tour operators, Rlene Steffy is working on presenting her thoughts on Japanese atrocities and presenting it to them-or something like that, and I'm not going to argue about the San Nicolas lady pharmacist in the south who's holding a hammer over the government's head because she wants a title and lots more money from a government that can hardly pay its bills. I'm sorry lady, you'll be missed but you'll eventually be replaced even the the talk show host reporters think otherwise. In a perfect world, you (Ms. San Nicolas pharmacist,) deserve the promotion, deserve the increase in salary because you do the work of 6 people but we seem not to be thinking clearly these days and what money we had for people like yourself who deserve the bucks and promotion have gone to people in offices closer to Anigua and Adelup, their world being more perfect than yours. At some time, there's truth in the saying that 'charity begins at home' and if there's an offer for better pay, better working conditions and better medical insurance provisions for you in the private sector, then you have to weigh the offer and decide to take it....or, not. You can't hold the offer over those whose lives seem to depend on your being at the pharmacy where they get their medicine dispensed. As well, our government can't operate/function with just one person in a position. What happens to the pharmacy when the pharmacist goes on vacation, has personal emergencies, God forbid, dies or, quits?...Certainly, this is no way to run a government agency, no? Alas! In a perfect world!
How sad it is that here we are talking about increases and promotions and job securities from a government bloated with people that uses up all that it gets from monies it collects from the private sector in the collection of taxes and gross receipts.
This government has never taken the time or opportunity to set aside the time or money for future spending...capital spending. We ask parents to paint the public schools, barely afford to paint the hospital or wait for FEMA funds after a typhoon to repaint the hospital, we even wait for a typhoon to repair the governor's 'mansion' ...We never have the money to build new schools, never have the money to repair or maintain anything because we spend almost all of the money paying salaries for government employees...employees that promise to re-elect us for whatever office we're running for at the time they get that government position... You can be sure that no elected official has escaped the sin of having placed someone in a government job because a 'constituent' didn't ask him for a job........so one wonders how many 'constituent'(s) bloat this government....the very 'bloat' that causes it not to be able to pay many private companies hundreds of thousands of dollars owed them....if you need evidence of this, check out the accounts payable at GMH beginning with the amounts owed Dr. Nathaniel Berg at GRC....or, Monty McDowell at Advance Management....
otherwise, have a nice rainy day!

Posted by auntiecharo at 12:18 PM | Comments (0)

September 20, 2005

ONE HAS TO WONDER WHAT'S IN IT FOR THE GUY

"The president of the Chinese Merchants Association of Guam expressed his support for a minimum wage hike to help reduce poverty and benefit working families struggling in low-wage jobs"

In an article in today's on-line version of Marianas Variety,Gina Tabonares reports that Mr. Alfred Lam, president of the Chinese association(bet that association-cuz I know they don't all support such increased hikes for entry level employees....I know many employers who have employees who have been working years who still don't make such salaries!) Anyway, here's a bit of her story to whet your taste buds: "with the successive gas price increase and spiraling prices of commodities, the existing minimum wage rate is no longer livable.
“Increasing the minimum wage is a proven way to decrease poverty,” Lam, an employer of more than 100 workers of Ambyth Corp. said over the weekend.
The business leader said that he believes that the best way to improve productivity is to give a reasonable wage to workers.
“Although all of my workers are earning above the (federal) minimum wage, I believe that nobody who works full time should live in poverty. I believe that working people should be paid a wage that can support a family,” Lam said."
I think the dude's been chewing old betelnut(yes, Chinese chew pugua!) I agree that the increase in entry level pay would help the impoverished but.......it would also bring down companies that are barely making it what with the increases in operating costs.....the very costs Lam cites. If power, water and shipping rates are going up for Taco Bell, Pizza Hut and Dominoe's, then where are they going to get the extra money to pay for these increases for their entry level employees which I guarantee will not be coming from Talofofo, Agat, Sinajana, Dededo or Barrigada.....The new employees will be coming directly from the airport, hell, director's jobs don't pay that much in the neighboring islands!
I'm for increased salaries...across the board! Unfortunately, these are not the days for any increases.......look around, how many buildings do you see that have recently been painted? If the Hilton Hotel had the extra cash, they'd have used it to get a new paint job, likewise the Marriott, the Hyatt, the Outrigger and on and on and on! Sure there are more military folk walking around and I shout, Hooray and welcome to our island and hope you'll have a nice stay, but it's been too recent their arrival, the numbers haven't made much of a difference yet....certainly not enough of a difference for Mr. Lam to come out and side with an idea that would bring ruin to the economy.....me thinks he's probably not member of the Chamber of Commerce cuz he sure don't think like one!

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September 15, 2005

MUSICAL CHAIRS NOW HAS SPOKESPERSON IN ACTING POSITION AND NOT BEING ABLE TO ANSWER THE QUESTIONS....FUNNY POSITION TO BE IN

So....who'll take her place at the funny farm?

Seems the music's started playing and they're at it again.....directors changing positions....Erica Perez who used to speak into the microphones of the media can no longer do so.........since she's now in an acting capacity......at AHRD....seems that actor has left for 'philosophical differences' per Sonia Artero of KUAM.........not sure if the differences are those of Denise Selk or those of the Governors, whatever, there's a new actor and it's Erica......and.........there's a new voice that's going to take Erica's who Erica will have to ask permission from if she's to answer any future questions to/from the media since Sonia's report indicates that one needs permission from a higher source before speaking.....interesting, no?
So.....congratulations, Ms. Perez, bet it's a better paying job, yes? Lucky you!

Posted by auntiecharo at 07:58 PM | Comments (0)

WHAT THE HECK?

Sixteen ounces is too heavy for us to carry?

So, K57 reports today that there's 7 tons of packages weighing more than 16oz somewhere on-island waiting to be shipped off-island.......probably by ship because Continental Airlines won't be carrying it no more since 2 September, the news being kinda vague with something 'homeland security'....you know, if it don't fit, put 'homeland security' on it and it fits....and so, we don't have no excess of freight carriers going in and outta here so it don't seem to be any time soon that we'll see the problem being fixed....unless uncle Jessie Lujan who can open the skies up to sending packages which weigh more than sixteen ounces.
Things are really getting crazy out here.....what do you suppose the next supprise is going to be?

Posted by auntiecharo at 06:10 PM | Comments (0)

K57'S WEB PAGE LOGGER SITES 1ST LADY SHOPPED AT AFB EXCHANGE

If true.....figure the consequences

I know that the lady no longer works for DFS so she probably doesn't have access to those 30% discounts....and must seek discounts any where possible....(what, no more friends to get the discounts for her either?) The poster on the K57 website didn't say she was shopping for furniture or jewellery.......as you know, the lady's getting ready to move into the big house on the hill and may be trying to save GovGuam some bucks furnishing the place.......alas! my second and most precious point!
First of all A.,...military people earn little money and so they are allowed to shop at these cheap(although these days stores such as K-Mart and similar stores are often more inexpensive)exchances in order to survive. It's a privilege for the military person and his/er dependent to shop at these places.(as well, of course, people who work for DOD, et related fields) B., Guam's government gets almost ALL and I mean almost all of its operating money(other than that of compact impact funds and section 30 monies from the feds) from the private sector....from such companies as K-Mart, Ross, Macy's and oh, gosh, pick up the yellow pages and read the list of the companies that do business on Guam. Companies that employ people, pay gross receipt taxes.........they'd literally die if we all shopped at Andersen or at Big Navy. They'd all wither up and die if we had our cousins, uncles and aunts do our buying our diapers and baby formula at the exchange there instead of Dickerson and Quinn or at Ambrose.
It's my hope that the dear lady was at a grand-opening and she was there for a ribbon-cutting and was merely browsing the pretty aisles because if she wasn't, she owes the members of the Guam Chamber of Commerce and those doing business of Guam a big apology!

Posted by auntiecharo at 05:51 PM | Comments (0)

September 13, 2005

WE SURE HAVE OUR PRIORITIES IN PLACE!

Like....pot holes should be fixed, but.....how about more hospital beds?

So, I liked the idea that the governor's tribe is out and about seeking means and ways to fix pot holes.........but.....shouldn't some of his tribal leaders be on the prowl to find more hospital space for those who need a place to stay when they're sick? I used to think it was dumb when I was growing up, the things of priority. I thought it was really dumb. Even hated that I couldn't see a movie or attend a party until I had performed some chore...alas! I'm better for those dumb rules!
So, I realize that roads need to be fixed, and schools need to be built and maintained but ALL the heads of the government don't have to be huddled doing the same thing so that they ALL get credit for fixing the problem! If the gov is going to fix the roads, then how about Markie putting focus on GMH....all those people who pretended that the hospital was in dire straits weeks ago, yelling, acting and screaming at directors because they were damned mad....where the hell are they now that there are no beds, no nurses, no room.....they're quietly gone....silent........seems the t.v. camers are off and the spot lights are off and no one cares if Tan Maria or Tun Jose dies in some hallway as he/she waits for a room...with or without a nurse in attendance.....in the meantime, we measure the roads and check out which pot hole needs to be fixed first.
We keep putting up with poor service and we keep re-electing poor public servants and we keep complaining about bad government service........but we're the flunkies, we're the true and modern-day idiots....cuz we're the ones that keep voting in dem idiots dat keep causing the govment to run da way its been runnin! If'n ya wanna change, den pick some one dat dona wanna promise a bunch'a jobs and miracles.....and don'a be fooled by those that wanna increase the wages cuz they'll ruin the private industry that's the only reason the government hasn't closed up! Anyone that promises you a cost of living allowance or a raise in salary just wants your vote....be very aware of him/er intentions cuz it ain't to help run the government operate fiscally responsible......
Next time you see your favoriet senatore....ask him or her.....what he or she has done to help you with your power or gas bill......or, what he or she is going to do with the increases that will happen with the shipping lines that will import the merchandise for Ross and K-Mart? Hmmmmm, maybe your favorite senator's been measuring the road and doing searches for pot holes to fix, now that's a priority, ya think?

Posted by auntiecharo at 02:48 PM | Comments (0)

September 12, 2005

YOU'RE DAMNED IF YOU DO AND......DAMNED IF YOU DON'T!

Please make up your mind.....!!!

You're driving you're new ego boost....the new Infinity(I'm really somebody if I have an Infinity or a new Lexus, a nobody if I have a Scion or a camery)....A., I can ill afford the new gas prices...and worse, my car will last fewer years because it will bounce around in the pot holes that they will either disappear in, or cause them sever damage. B., I can call the talk shows and complain until I'm blue in the face and promise I won't vote for the senators that won't fix the pot holes....and when I'm feeling really upset, promise that I won't vote for the governor. So now the Speaker has taken the problem under his wing. He's the pot hole king and has taken the problem under his wing. He's throwing money into all the pot holes, promising all sorts of repairs so that our brand new(and not so new) cars will ride smoothly on these bumps and grinds in our roads....our Larry Perez kinds blames the people at GWA because they have a tendency to fix the water problems and put bandaids and white cement on to repair same and cause these ego-driven vehicles to sound like cheap washing machines after a few months............so now, we have a big contest on who's going to fix the pot holes better..........the current speaker who's running for lt. gov. with Pepsi Eddie Calvo, or the Gov, who's runnining with Frank Blaz who tests urine for those needing to be employed for the government and used to be a former cop and has the personality of a of a wilted slice of bread ham sandwich......
I say.........The people of Guam are the winners of this contest, let the two do their thing.....let's Camacho paint his fixes blue and Forbes/Camacho paint their another color and the first one to buckle will decide who does the better work and we'll decide who does the better work and then we can decide who we can trust to keep our roads in better repair.
I mentioned that Frank has the personality of a wilted ham sandwich...okay, maybe not wilted....maybe I should have used 'stale'. He's not the friendly and approachable person that you'd like to run up to and feel comfortable talking 'government' with. He needs to lighten/loosen up if he's going to run. His running mate, Felix, needs not to be such a scardy cat..he needs to be able to be able to look people in the eye and admit that he's not a perfect being and that he's trying to do his best and that's all he can do. He really can't continue to be the governor known to go to places that have back doors that he can sneak out of when things get 'hot'. Lately, he's been able to throw a fee 'jabs' at the speaker....heck, if he can do that, he can throw jabs at any of the media that seem to try to push him into corners....in the end, he can visualize that they're just other versions of Mark and answer their questions and save face. In the meantime...good on him for trying to fix the roads....especially since his Uncles in DC are now aware that our roads that their money was spent on repairing are in states of dis-repair..........
I know that there's a way to use ground up tires for roads........we have lots of tires......how come we haven't learned how to put them to good use yet?

Posted by auntiecharo at 02:23 PM | Comments (1)

September 11, 2005

THANK GOD FEMA AND THE RED CROSS IS MORE EFFICENT WHEN IT COMES TO GUAM!

We must pray for those that suffer in the gulf states and help in any way that we can!

You can't miss coverage on the disaster, it's on t.v. and on the radio twenty-four hours a day, and it should be, many lives were devastated by that awful hurricane, and there, by the Grace of God, go us...we were spared by Nabi and several recent typhoons.
My two cents are worthless when it comes to thinking that FEMA officials were on FOX and CNN constantly promising that they were positioned just waiting for the storm to pass until their forces could march in with water, cots and food. Likewise the Red Cross. Yet....thousands of people were hurried into that hot stadium with no water or food unless they brought it in themselves. There was no planning....no security, no nothing. I'm glad that Mr. Michael Brown is no longer in New Orleans, but think that the man from Homeland Security should have been bumped as well...it doesn't make me feel happy that we're not the only ones that elect dumb officials or appoint dumb people to high places........it happens in the states as well.....it's just sad that people have to suffer because of it!
In the meantime, I hope that we continue to remember that the people in the gulf states will continue to need our help for a long time and that we'll need to be generous for as long as they need our help. Some day, it may be one of us that needs the help. They've always been generous whenever we've needed it. I hope we remember that as we write our checks out to the Red Cross or to the Catholic Charities Services.

Posted by auntiecharo at 01:05 PM | Comments (0)

WHICH CANDIDATE HAS THE BIG BUCKS TO SPEND ON THE EXPENSIVE POLL SO EARLY IN THE GAME?

Calls at dinner time.......of course, when else can they catch you at home?

Mommies and daddies are almost always home at about seven....unless they're important and working late at the office....or negligent and out somewhere else....so, not important and with an empty nest, we were home when the phone rang....no number listed on the caller ID....hmmmm, not the kids calling long distance, the babies were already sleeping anyway and the bill collectors were already at home, so who was it that was calling while hubby and I were about to enjoy our dinner.....none other than a rude Hawaiian person who couldn't pronounce half of the names or words on her list and who was testy for the entire twenty minutes or more of the questions she seemed forced to ask. I couldn't tell if the questions were geared around the utilities being the big problem since a lot of the questions were about the water and power problems and 'infrastructure' and cost of living as if the solutions of same would be the cause of some re-election of a current governor.....or, if some one running could fix the problem and would be elected. The other questions were about voting on the primary and not being a member of that party...as in, I'm not a republican and voting in a republican primary or vice-versa...it's a very long time away, that election, yet, one team has already announced that it's running, though I'd be very surprised if that team(but.....I could be wrong) already has the funds to fund such a poll.......so I ask........which team has the money to fund such a poll so early on? Especially since one of them is 'team-less'?

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Your attendance appreciated....

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Posted by auntiecharo at 12:50 PM | Comments (0)

C/P HOME MAKE OVER A POSSIBILITY?

CHECK IT OUT!

Hi all - FYI from Alex at the Gov's office

Lola


----- Original Message -----
From: Alexander Kim
To: Alexander Kim
Sent: Wednesday, August 31, 2005 5:12 PM
Subject: RE: ABC's hit reality show Extreme Makeover Home Edition is looki ng for API's


Hello API Community: Who knows a deserving family that needs a newly built home in
7 days from the API community? Help spread the word!

****PLEASE DISTRIBUTE WIDELY****

Hi All,

ABC's hit reality show Extreme Makeover Home Edition is looking for API's to be a
part of their program. This is part of their effort to include more people of color
in their programming. Below are a few guidelines for consideration.

Please support their efforts by forwarding this message to clients, friends and
aquaintances. Remember, you can nominate families who you think are deserving of
this wonderful opportunity.

Please note the deadline date for submissions, and please send your
nominations/applications directly to CHARISSE SIMONIAN, Family Casting Director at
Extreme Makeover: Home Edition (address below) so she can review the applications
personally (as opposed to the general p.o. box on the application).

Melinda

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
ABC's "Extreme Makeover: Home Edition"

*We are currently casting families in the Southeast / South and Southwest
for Winter shoots. All others are still welcome to apply, however if they're
on the East coast we can't consider them until Spring of 2006.

* Families must OWN their home. The home should not be larger than 2,000 Sq.
Feet and MUST be a single family residence (no townhomes, condos or
apartments)
* Families must have a clean criminal history and pass an extensive
background check
* Families should have children (School age) still living at home
* Families should be outgoing, emotional and yet humble and extremely
likeable.
* Families should speak Fluent English
* They should be in a situation where, by changing their house in some way,
we can help that situation. Their story should be compelling & moving.
* Currently we ARE NOT looking for the following stories relating to:
Adoption, Wheelchair accessibility, Cancer, death of or dying parent, Armed
Services, hearing impaired or visually impaired
* They should be 'deserving" - i.e. help out the community, their neighbors
or hold jobs such as police, fire, teachers, nurses, medics, do voulnteer
work, non-profit, etc. (not all memebers but one at least!)
* Families houses should LOOK like they need repair!
* And, finally families should live on an accessible street, no hills, no
cul-de-sacs

To download an application for the show, go to this link:
http://abc.go.com/primetime/xtremehome/casting.html

Applications should be sent DIRECTLY to me at the below address, NOT the PO
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If the family is in the Southeast or Texas, we will need applications in no
later than Sept. 15th! If they're in California, October 1st.
But, the sooner the better!

Charisse Simonian
Family Casting Director
ABC's "Extreme Makeover: Home Edition"
1149 N. Gower St. Suite 100
Los Angeles, CA 90038

extremehomes@hotmail.com

Alexander C. Kim
Deputy Director - Los Angeles Office
Office of Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger
300 South Spring Street, Suite 16701
Los Angeles, CA 90013
Tel. 213-897-0322 Fax. 213-897-0319
Email: alexander.kim@gov.ca.gov

No Nonsense - Easy Application - Fast Response!

FRANK N. SALAS
CWO-3,USMC,RETIRED - REALTOR/SR. LOAN OFFICER Grand Pacific
Mortgage Inc.
703 Palomar Airport Rd, Ste 225
Carlsbad, CA 92009
f_salas@adelphia.net tel:
fax:
mobile: 951-265-4540
951-696-4481
951-265-4540




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C/P SANTA TERESITA FIESTA IN SAN DIEGO

Please attend!

Please forward to all your friends! Thanks!
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