Joe boss papa!! What these people have done for Haiti to build Universities, hospitals, roads etc to honor them???Imagine we build a library or a stadium to honor Jean Claude Duvalier and involve him to raise fund for that endeavor; imagine we build a University or a major hospital to honor Jean Bertrand Aristide and involve him in raising the fund for its construction; imagine building two to three national roads with rest areas or rail track to honor Latortue and involve him to raise fund for its construction; imagine we build a naval force and an emergency sea rescue force to honor Raoul Cedras and involve him to raise fund to construct it.
Folks, a former leader whether you like it or not may be still an asset for the country;
Michel Nau wrote:oe sa wap fe la se propaje « le culte de la personalite » and Ass French kissing and salad tossing »
Michel? What kind of lingo is that???
Joe Alfred's opinion, as I read it, is definitely out of the mainstream but that is no reason to insult him, and especially in the way you do.
Personally, I don't see anything wrong with Joe's opinion. Agree or not, he has the right to speak his mind.
Michel Nau wrote:Send your T-shirt design ideas to Guy as an attachment. Tidodo, Leonel, Serge, Jaf and others could be members of the committee judges. If they find the design and slogan appropriate and inspirational, I will contribute to the production of these T-shirts. Our target market should be Haitian picnics, family reunions, schools and churches etc..
Guy, Lajan anba matla pa fe pitit!! Si li rete two lontan nan shoebox la, lap pedi vale.I will hold on to the check for a while, but will not cash it. In the meantime, Michel, the check will have to go to a shoebox. I hope that someone will claim it.
If a design is submitted and accepted by the committee, I will issue another check to the winner.If a design is submitted and accepted, then I will be glad to transfer the money to the winner. This is Michel Nau's initiative. If you have any comment on the matter, please formulate it now.
Guy se le fe a cho ke yo bat li!!A la Michel gen kè cho papa!
Michel Nau wrote:Guy, Lajan anba matla pa fe pitit!! Si li rete two lontan nan shoebox la, lap pedi vale.
Michel Nau wrote:
Guy, Lajan anba matla pa fe pitit!! Si li rete two lontan nan shoebox la, lap pedi vale.Guy Antoine wrote:
Mwen pa konprann lojik sa. Si mwen pa touche chèk la, lajan ap rete nan kont an bank ou. Petèt la fè pitit, petèt li pap fè, se ou ki konnen koze w.
Michel Nau wrote:Jan w di a, Guy gen rezon tou. Si li pa cash check la , lajan sa ap rete nan kont an bank mwen. Sa kap rive, plis tan ap pase se plis nou tou lede ap pedi ni mwen, ni Guy.
Si Guy cask check la rapido e fe yon bon sharite avek li jodi a avan ke pri bagay yo monte. Pa egsanp, Guy kap hste 2 balon basketball fe kado YMCA nan kominote li a o non de Ann Pale mamb yo..
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