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  • osin, yu fala yusum one liklik monkey hea.
  • I believe my prayer has been answered all this years. I don't believe taxpayers should pay civil servants for taking daysoff for their pleasure. Governor has done one admirable thing and all yapese should have display through acceptance their good…
  • Tamancheap, Forgive me for what I have to say but I believe we have the same concerned at heart except different methodology in question. There are two ways of discouraging mediocre performances in dance. One as you believe to give incentive to…
  • mkefel, Thanks for the infos and your kind appreciation in sharing with us. If I may invoke my unwanted opininion again hoping this time around people will forgive me for what I have to say. This is in response to MZAR's speculation and als…
  • Farmer, Thanks for some clarifications on the subject. And sorry to be at different note with you and am still not convincing by your coraboration. Please, don't ask me to prove by facts any allegation been said, instead we let other forumers b…
  • I can not help but wonder after all been said about our FSMTC and its monopolies. At the inception of FSMTC, FSM congress guarantied the 45 million dollar loan from US as a way of purging foreign aid and investment into FSM, however, incompetent ma…
  • Damned you Sakuna! Chasing and hunting wild pigs in the Solomon. No wonder PM Sogavare is pissing-off. Just don't let that black bird of yours spit again. Hahaha!
  • Greetings to you Rebel! It is not FSS Palikir but Palikir Maru, the infamous illegal fishing vessel in Micronesia. And of course a relationship will be strengthen while Mr. Rudd onboard however, fairwell to your buddy, Howard. Cheers and hap…
  • What's all the fuss about the quality of teachers esp. in obtaining a college degree to teach at the primary level of our education institution. During the Japanese Administration we were taught in three levels and at the end of completion everybod…
  • xectms, Sorry, I don't mean to stop people from complaining for better changes. Why not compain about YSPSC or Mobile Inc. for their hike. And the technical training in China is very impressive.
  • Good question. First and foremost, I wish to congratulate the K-press for their bold ethics and bravery in highlighting some of our national issues concerning corruption, political nepotism, and the recent fiasco at DC. Definitely we need more pre…
  • Greetings to my brother Kap and Mr. Y! Sorry to hear so much problems with FSMTelecom these days. Those techno-wizards at the telecom never been sent to update their skills as the new technology breakthrough in telecommunication emerged. These …
  • Mr. Mohner, It's a great idea having all security concerns dealt with first then just venture into the unknowning future. Having so many fraud in the past dealing with issuance of FSM passports to non-citizens, it would make more sense having wh…
  • doctress, Come to Yap. Our staffs at the hospital are experienced research medical team. They researched patient's illness until death without any treatment.
  • Prince, I believe the best effort to prevent such foreigned characters flooding onto our islands is as you pointed out "taboo", cultural resistence by strengthening our family values thru custom and tradition. Our custom is the morality law of …
  • Oregonian, Firstly, get credible reputation of country or nationality you are calling yourself you're from to be recon with before you involve in politics where you don't belong. It has been many events of 'Pacific Islanders" on the front page o…
  • Hugthebetel, Thanks for your reply. What are you implying is the sky is falling down in Chuuk that no other remedial alternative available? I dont think so. Before moving on to the recovery process of the deficit, it needs to stop the current …
  • Kuttu, Unlike the baby-boomer syndrome in FSM. Live longer for nothing to share with nobody. A selfless pity! Don't look elsewhere, it's in your Bible, my friend. Nice to have you back.
  • Spyke, Most people in Chuuk and Yap don't have enough land to use. Unlike Pohnpeian who left their big and flourishing land (mountains and valleys) to come and squattered in kolonia. It is very uncommon for us Yapese when we come to Pohnpei to …
  • The critical issue pertaining and surrounding the MOU as principal guideline policy is the impact assessment study to be carried out in order to evaluate the effects upon the lives of ordinary and majority of the people concerned. It is a pre-requi…
  • I believe this MOU is simply a way to say good bye to more chuukese leaving chuuk to Guam, Hawaii and the continental US. The 400 or so to be laid-off on top of the existing unemployment is too much a burden for people on those islands without much…
  • You're right! Prime example of dictatorship relationship where one party dictate the role and conditions between the two parties. It lacks the principle of fairness in the relationship, however it's politics in nature and that means there is no set…
  • This forum is a privately owned forum for public discussion in a wider range of topics which means that the moderator like Keta has the discretion to close, edit, or remove such materials that she believes inappropriate whether she gives the reason …
  • Don't be lazy to plagerize from someone? Do some research for yourself at fsm.gov
  • P. Mahs, You seems to excluded the traditional chiefs. What about the chief from Palikir? He may not so powerful and influential but surely he is brave.
  • Mr. Y, I know how dreadful it is for not chewing betelnuts. We are doing what we can to resolve the cargo embargo in Yap.
  • Katuchol, Nice to see you singing and swinging. It is the unparalleled beauty that worry the immoral mortals which woman is politically ripe for Presidency in FSM and not the dictatorship style of Hilary and Monica. Woman is known for calling a…
  • Uchub, Different perspectives depend on different values. Researchers concluded that bettle-nut chewing is a drug. It could be its addiction and other health problems associated with it. To be ban from school is another problem depending on cu…
  • keta, The problem is the immediate effects of an abrupt transplanting such federal programs and governmental regulations into a far-reaching place like Saipan. Any economic interruption of a society will drastically counter affects stability. U…
  • Everyone, I just cannot believe that many of you people are so arrogant or maybe I am the only one in here buying turkey tails out of necessity. There are some of us at the bottom of the foodchain and at the bottom pit of poverty who only buys t…
  • wannabeyapese, Sorry, but I never did alluded along with fsmer in such theory that there was a conspiracy prior to election and appointment of cabinet members. I believe what fsmer mentioned regarding VN and his now deceased father was in line w…
  • Thanks Rawanda, I believe such challenge is basically co-operation between the two levels of gov't. So much good idea been wasted for not being refine to the natural implementation process to take place.
  • Lempwei, Hahaha! you;re right fingers are man's best friend!! Stay away from those temptation kap!!!
    in Priesthood Comment by Turmai June 2007
  • Lempwei, Thanks for the deserved topic and you inputs are something seriously need consideration. Every time a piece of legislation passed, a breach of some kind of individual, ethnic, or group's right is being compromise if not been abrogated.
  • Happy father's day to you kat & kap, and everyone. Special thanks to kap for his wisdom on father's day celebration and ever-changing role model for fathers. You are truly a role model for today's father!!!!
  • baron, Your self-proclaimed statement about woman is absurd and degrading. Every successful man stands a great woman, Every fat man stands a slim woman, Every alcoholic and unemployed man stands supportive woman, Every abusive man stands a …
  • Taylor, Yapese society is a society with proliterate groups that they only trade their labour and services in the traditional economy. Outer islanders are excluded from that because they have their local made products for trading with main islan…
  • mkefel, I concurred with you on this. Tokai, I believe traditional apology can only goes toward restitution as subjected to Tuluk's case in FSMSC appeal case. Though, formal traditional adjudication system is recognized in many instances, mere …
  • Not just diluting our custom but conflicting to our ethics that sinners never seems to be punished somehow. Anyway, I don't know about any of you but myself and Mr. Y can stick to our Ifalik-samurai religion as always been practiced.
  • Sorry if I offended you or anybody in here but the facts remained that we outer islanders are not subjected to any caste system if there is one. cheers!!
  • Taylor, Sorry for my two friends. kap is the typical micronesian politician and katy is the advisor to politician and that's how they communicate without spill their coffees in office. The situation has never change to better from TT, it only g…
  • Thanks atin_yap, some people think that socio-political or cultural structure of yapese society is simple by the distinction of attires, however they forget that when the missionaries came they wore one breadfruit leave only at the front and the ba…
  • Plumeria, That's the problem some people see. Love and Unity is dearingly too costly. Don't you think?
  • The question which should be asked is "can we hold on to moral principles without religion?" If you are catholic and when you look at the Cross, you see culture in the roman catholic church but what the Cross represent to you is religion, the faith…
  • Rebel, I can see why you never give up the idea #4. I am sure you're ready to take over from downunder but why close an embassy for a consulate office.
  • katy, I took a week off for mouring and now I'm back, even the mouring section is closed. Follow me to http://www.ketaketa.com for entertainment. You will see some familiar faces like kap & Sakuna having their usual thing. Hahaha!! Oh, it'…
  • Mr. Y, It is bad timing. Read the article on K-press and you will know why nobody want the post.
  • Snap, Sorry, I was the last one posting and when I saw her coming, I ran outside. I didn't post any joke but just commenting on atin's joke. I believe if it was closed for too insensitive against the opposite sex or gender but it was her taki…
  • Koarom, I believe the point is the place of work and state of he/she is domiciled. It's not fair and impossible for person to be considered living in two different places at the same time. Also I believe the gov't paid per-diem is not wholly in…
  • Hey, atin! That is not a joke, it's a trick. It is deadly serious if one of these boys like Joe paage, popo, or Judas learn the trick, definitely they will go borrow money from one of these old men here MZARZAR or kap. However it's funny and anot…