Thursday, November 26, 2009

Happy Thanksgiving!

To all of my friends in the United States, happy Thanksgiving! We celebrated Thanksgiving in Liberia on November 1st. Now it's your day. Here's hoping that you and your family and loved ones get stuffed with lots of turkey and all the of trimmings. Thanksgiving is a great family day, and as the name says, it's a day to give thanks for all of your blessings.


Saturday, November 21, 2009

Monrovia, Liberia Police Department reminds me of Elko, Nevada Police Department

These officers have no respect for the law. They will take a bribe like it is candy from even a murderer and let him out.

Judge Chiche imprisoned two men for changing their names, making false documents, and selling, leasing and renting out other properties. Judge Emanuel Kollie of the circuit court released these crooks. Do you think they bribed him? Think again. The Judge and many other judges are crooks and break the law more than any other citizen my people. Just like the ones in Elko, Nevada.

Liberians, stop bribing the judges and police to get justice. Just say no and they will stop asking you.

Isn't that stealing my people? Ha huh.

All Season Store is a big ripoff

Don't shop at All Season Store located at the corner of Randell and Broad Streets in Monrovia, Liberia. They will sell you something overpriced three times that would last a week. These Lebanese shopkeepers are the biggest crooks in Liberia and Liberians are letting them get away with it.

Liberian or residents of this Country, do not shop there.

Monrovia beaches filled with loads of human shit and waste!!!

What is wrong with these people using the beautiful Liberian beaches as toilet houses? Do these people know that the fish and other seafood that they love so much is living in human waste? Poopoo is all over the place. When will the government build poopoo houses for it's citizens? I have been told that in the whole of Monrovia there are only 8,900 toilets in homes, while there are over a million people living there.

Liberians, stop using your beautiful beaches for your shit dump. Have a bit of pride for your country my people. Build a bathroom with a toilet for your shit. Okay.

Wednesday, November 18, 2009

Kaiser Memorial Lawn

The new Kaiser Memorial Lawn Cemetery website is up and running. Check it out at

Kaiser Memorial Lawn will be Liberia's premier cemetery. It is under development now. Advanced orders for plots are now being accepted. Be sure to get in on the ground floor of this exciting development. Kaiser Memorial Lawn will be the ideal place to inter your loved ones or to reserve for your own future burial. It is another example of the great progress the country of Liberia is making rebuilding from the destructive civil war that ravaged the country in the past. For more information or to place an order for a plot, please send an email to

Friday, November 13, 2009

Places where you don't want to spend your money in Liberia!!!

People, do not shop or buy anything from All Season Store at the corner of Randell and Broad Streets in Monrovia, Liberia. Someone brought a generator from there and it broke in one day's time and even with the warranty this person has not been able to get it serviced by them. When they contacted the store manager they were told that they did not have anyone to get to the problem of fixing the generator for few days. The consumer went ahead and had it fixed elsewhere at their own expense so that their food and other stuff that needed electricity would not spoil and go to waste. Do you what that Lebanese who is in Liberia for one reason and one reason alone told the consumer? We're not reasonable since you had someone else work on it.

All Season Store is run by crooks only my people. Don't waste your money and time there. Shop elsewhere.

Also, Sunshine Woodwork Shop at 2nd Street, Sinkor, Monrovia, Liberia, will take your money to make furniture that you would not like and insist that you take it. They made a bed for someone after requesting the mattress size. The bed turned out much smaller than the mattress. They have refused to make another bed or return the money back to the consumer. They also took money from the consumer for a dresser and when the consumer decided not to buy it because it was damaged, Sunshine Woodwork Shop has refused to return the money.

My people, beware of these two money grabbing roughs who are running a corrupt business within your city and the sad part is that they are not even Liberian, just living in Liberia to steal from its citizens. These crooked stores remind me of the Comforts of Home Store in Elko, Nevada. That is another gip joint.

Don't buy anything from these places ever.

Thursday, November 12, 2009

Liberia is so corrupted, I wonder if these people originated from Elko, NV, USA!!

Liberia is such a beautiful country with very nice friendly people you would think. They would give you the shirt off their back and allow you to sleep on their bed while they sleep on the cement floor. But my people don't let all of that blind you to the fact that generally speaking Liberians are very rigid people and very corrupted starting from the top to the dip bottom.

If you decide to sue someone they don't care if you are justified as the victim or not. The one with the biggest bribe wins. Go to the post office to pick up a mail. The clerk who is salaried excepts you to pay her or him something extra just to get your mail. Everywhere you go be prepared to spent lots of money to get anything done.

Even at the bank, one has to watch their bank account daily to stop tellers and other bank workers from stealing from you.

So why is this very wealthy country so corrupt? With all of it's great resources, gold, diamonds, cocoa, iron ore, oil, rubber and soil that anything can grow in, why can't these people figure out how to use their resources without being so stupid and corrupted in everyday life? Why?

Do you know that even if you are being victimized and call the law enforcement office, you have to give them something to assist you? They have all kinds of terms for the corruption money. Like "what you bring for me?" or "things are rough today." Or they might say "the weekend is coming soon. Today is just Monday. It would take me lots of time to find what you are looking for" and on and on.

Everyone is a lawyer, doctor, teacher or even the country's leader. Funny? Think again. Corruption is very alive and well in Liberia. Trust, but be wise.

Tuesday, November 10, 2009

Sunday, November 8, 2009

New cemetery coming to Liberia really soon

A brand new cemetery will be opening up in Brewervlle, Liberia in the Virginia area in mid December of this year. Kaiser Everlasting Lawn, Incorporated, Taylor and Parker Cemetery, Brewerville, Liberia will provide everlasting care to all buried here. All graves will be numbered and mapped out with daily maintenance.

Taylor and Parker Incorporated Cemeteries will offer payment plans, flower arrangements for every occasion, 24 hour security and a well kept lawn. For more information call 01123106961063 or 01123106512303.

Start interring your loved ones at Kaiser Everlasting Lawn today. Use as many plots as are needed for you and all of your loved ones.

All graves are required to be underground.

Call Tony at 00123106961063, Marie at 0012310512303 or Tox at 00123106513034.

Is it true that Liberians are nasty dirty unclean people???

My people, look around Monrovia, Liberia. You will find that it is a very beautiful, warm, yet friendly city. Almost anything can grow in Liberia, even money if planted, (smile.) But it's filthy dirty with garbage from years untold. Why is it that way my people? Why? Is it because Liberians are just simply nasty dirty people who are limited to getting rid of the garbage? Even in the graveyards there is garbage for days or years. These people spend thousands on the dead not wanting to bury them. They even party with the dead for weeks and than bury them in their garbage.

Why is that? Who is responsible? Of course, all Liberians need to take some responsibility for keeping the country clean from nasty dirty waste and diseases. Should the government play a very important role other than just having a first Saturday garbage day clean up? In the cities where everyone is responsible to clean up their yards and garage areas, they bring it into the streets to be left there for days, sometimes even weeks.

Why hasn't the government realized that garbage needs to be pickup two or three times a week rather than once a month? Lets all who live in Liberia take some responsibility to keep this very rich, wet, warm, friendly country worthwhile to want to visit or live in. Liberia is a very neat place. Lets all try to do something within our power to make it a healthy place also. Having the merchants pay fees to sell on the streets is not the answer.

Saturday, November 7, 2009

Liberia and corruption!!!

My people, Liberia has it's share of corruption. I think some of these people are from Elko, Nevada in the United States. They are the same blood line as Judge Kacin, Mike Memeo, and Greg Corn. Judges and just about any government official can be bought.

I will be writing more about this story really soon.

Monday, November 2, 2009

A letter from an old friend

I would never trade my amazing friends, my wonderful life, my loving family for less gray hair or a flatter belly. As I've aged, I've become kinder to myself, and less critical of myself. I've become my own friend. I don't chide myself for eating that extra cookie, or for not making my bed, or for buying that silly cement gecko that I didn't need, but looks so avante garde on my patio. I am entitled to a treat, to be messy, to be extravagant.

I have seen too many dear friends leave this world too soon; before they understood the great freedom that comes with aging. Whose business is it if I choose to read or play on the computer until 4 AM and sleep until noon? I will dance with myself to those wonderful tunes of the 60 &70's, and if I, at the same time, wish to weep over a lost love ... I will.

I will walk the beach in a swim suit that is stretched over a bulging body, and will dive into the waves with abandon if I choose to, despite the pitying glances from the jet set. They, too, will get old.

I know I am sometimes forgetful. But there again, some of life is just as well forgotten. And I eventually remember the important things. Sure, over the years my heart has been broken. How can your heart not break when you lose a loved one, or when a child suffers, or even when somebody's beloved pet gets hit by a car? But broken hearts are what give us strength and understanding and compassion. A heart never broken is pristine and sterile and will never know the joy of being imperfect.

I am so blessed to have lived long enough to have my hair turning gray, and to have my youthful laughs be forever etched into deep grooves on my face.

So many have never laughed, and so many have died before their hair could turn silver.

As you get older, it is easier to be positive. You care less about what other people think. I don't question myself anymore. I've even earned the right to be wrong.
So, to answer your question, I like being old. It has set me free. I like the person I have become. I am not going to live forever, but while I am still here, I will not waste time lamenting what could have been, or worrying about what will be. And I shall eat dessert every single day(if I feel like it).


Raining in New York City

A woman and her ten-year-old son were riding in a cab in New York City . It was raining and all the hookers were standing under the awnings.

"Mom," said the boy, "what are all those women doing?"

"They're waiting for their husbands to get off work," she replied.

The cabbie turns around & says, "Geez lady, why don't you tell him thetruth? They're hookers, boy! They have sex with men for money."

The little boy's eyes get wide and he says, "Is that true, Mom?"

His mother, glaring hard at the cabbie, answers in the affirmative.

After a few minutes, the kid asks, "Mom, what happens to the babies those
women have?"

"Most of them become cab drivers" she said.