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Date: 18 Dec 2006
Time: 16:59:32

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Name: doug
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Date: 27 Nov 2006
Time: 17:04:11

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okay.


Name: Eddie Arriola
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Date: 09 Mar 2006
Time: 02:25:55

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Norbert is here in Guam. Welcome home amigo. I suggest you offer a press conference or visit with Tony Blas on his Radio talk show.


Name: dewey salas
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Date: 07 Mar 2006
Time: 05:30:53

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please inform us if norbert perez is here in guam? a friend of mine said he saw him at the hilton hotel with mr. terlaje of maina and mr. torres of barrigada. please advise.


Name: Daria Jacobs
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Date: 01 Nov 2005
Time: 22:06:07

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This message is for Tish. To fully understand the traditional and cultural diversity of the people of Hawaii and the islands, you have to dig back to the ancient belief systems of the people. I am pretty sure that throughout the Pacific Rim, the cultures were mainly matriarchal as everything centered on the women. With the influx of western cultures, the islands were transformed into a patriarchal social structure, as complimentary to the visitors. The ancient people of Belau and Guam are probably the last remaining matriarchal systems recorded. These islands had queens instead of kings or chiefs. A good person to talk to or to give a class presentation is Norbert Perez, who is an expert on the ancient chamori culture and lifestyle. You may contact him via email at chamori@excite.com. I believe he is still in New Zealand visiting his Maori friends.


Name: tish
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Date: 01 Nov 2005
Time: 21:37:02

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I am working on a project for school. i am a nursing student and my project is native hawaii and cultural diversity. this projects is heavily related to beliefs regarding pregnancy, health, rituals, herbal remedies, chants and such. anyone willing to share information with me it would be greatly appreciated


Name: Dave Saunders
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Date: 17 Oct 2005
Time: 14:52:55

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I hear Guam is again considering another constitution. We must first work on our political status and our association with the U.S. My feeling is we should declare independence and then draft our constitution.


Name: Jorge Mafnas
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Date: 24 May 2005
Time: 22:18:10

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I'd like to see Norbert Perez and Debbie Bordallo get back together again. I'd like to see them come back to Guahan and run for public office. Norbert will make a great governor. Better than what we have now. Way much better.


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Date: 20 Apr 2005
Time: 00:14:53

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iluv hawaii


Name: Nina Amistad
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Date: 17 Mar 2005
Time: 22:09:04

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Thank you so much, Mr. Perez. Your Langauge Programs are awesome and fantastic. Just me! Nina.


Name: John Meno
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Date: 28 Feb 2005
Time: 17:49:14

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Please note. Mr. Jess Rivera, better known as Tano' passed away over a year ago due to illness. Thank you.


Name: Ken Manibusan
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Date: 11 Jan 2005
Time: 02:46:47

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You are so right Mr. Naputi. The island of Guam is now the island of Manila, thanks to our politicians and the feds. There is a mass exodus going on. Talk about Brain-Drain, this Chamoru-Drain.


Name: Irene Longa
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Date: 09 Jan 2005
Time: 12:41:57

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I tried using your chant line but can't get through. Iknow my credit card information is good. It keeps giving me a busy reply. Please check it out.


Name: Jackson Naputi
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Date: 06 Jan 2005
Time: 02:33:36

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Our politicians have sold us out. Pretty soon there will be no more locals on Guam. Every chamori(u)(ro) is leaving the island. We have become a minority in our own homeland. We should do what Norbert Perez said many years ago: we should come together, pool our resources, buy a few thousand acres somewhere and create our own homeland. Let me hear your comments please.


T1: Joel Bender
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Date: 04 Jan 2005
Time: 01:10:59

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Is it true that Marijuana is legal in Guam? Somebody told me at school in Oregon that a guy name Rasta Ben won his case in the Guam courts to use Marijuana as a religious right. Is this true, man? Speak up, man?


T1: Daria Jacobs
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Date: 31 Dec 2004
Time: 04:12:45

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We are trying to locate Mr. Tano' Rivera of Mangilao, Guam and Mr. Mariano Mesngon of Yona, Guam. If you know these people, please ask them to contact me....Urgently.


T1: Emanuel Camacho
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Date: 21 Dec 2004
Time: 23:25:35

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I am curious if Mana Silva is married? How about Alicia Perez?? If you know these ladies, ask them to email me.


T1: Emanuel Camacho
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Date: 21 Dec 2004
Time: 19:45:35

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Under orders from my Saina, I have erased all past postings to this forum so we can start fresh. We have added web sensors to identify posters with racist attitudes using profane languages. Your site number and address will be transmitted to the FCC and FBI and other federal authorities for prosecution. Mahalo and happy holidays.