Thursday, August 30, 2007
I wish Google would update, but some areas in the States don't have this much detail. Moved into house in December, 2004. It is located in the Papago area and has an ocean view (check out other pictures). There are houses below us, but you don't see them so well due to the trees.
Tuesday, August 28, 2007
"Princess Amaris, Princess Amaris, she's the prettiest princess in the world. Princess Amaris, Princess Amaris, she's the prettiest princesss in the world".
"I pray for Mommy, Dadddy, Baby, Lola, Tita Rose, Tita Becky, The Rest of the Family, and the Baby Jesus, Amen".
Wednesday, August 22, 2007
CNMI Government could:
- Pay off a lot of rebates
- Buy a lot of textbooks
- Create a "Bikini Bottom" Theme Park
Well, the list goes on, but the one thing they want to do is spend it on something called House Bill 15-289 which is "To Establish an Advisory Commission on Land Ownership in the CommonWealth, and other purposes".
Not a bad idea, but do we need to spend $500,000 per year ("The Legislature shall provide through annual appropriation a budget to the Commission of not less than five-hundred thousand ($500,000) per fiscal year...") to be used for the purpose of "studying the land ownership question..." and for "Public education and comment". The money starts pouring in as soon as the law is passed and ends as late as January, 2011 (3 years)
I am sure that the commission would need to get as much information about how one goes about actually owning land. They would probably need to take trips to Nevada (Las Vegas) to see how they do it there. Want to see how Hawaiians own land? A week long trip to there would be a great idea. Might I also suggest trips to Fiji and Australia to see how they do it. Got to get that informatiion on how to own land.
Hey, I have an idea. And my two cents won't cost 1.5 million!
Produce a brochure detailing the Pros and Cons of Article 12. Print it in the Newspaper, mail it to residents, and post it on-line. This should cost no more than $50,000 (still a lot of $$$). Then let people vote
Thursday, August 16, 2007
Go see for yourself. Look at the tags of the next 10 cars you see parked and add up how many have up to date tags.
Tuesday, August 14, 2007
Monday, August 13, 2007
Tuesday, August 7, 2007
Friday has many meanings in our home. It has become:
- Purple Gatorad Day (Sara Market)
- Lollipop Day (same store)
- Bubble Bath Day
- Yellow Shirt Day (A GCA thing)
It would be best to spread these over the whole week, but when Saturday is "Grocery Store Day" and Sunday is "Park Day" and "Winchells Day". You don't have alot of time left.