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Rain, flooding and thief

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Rain, flooding and thief

Sunday, November 20, 2016    


Friends, we really can’t complain about these rainy (24) and cool days!

But with the flooding (30), our brothers and sisters in Portland can’t feel happy, as even boulders causing death (3) after mashing up di little (10) house.

A woman (22) sat in the take-out restaurant on Friday, taking a look at the men as they left with their dinner. I think she was surprised to see the number of man (23) dem who pass wid dem underwear showing. It look like 7 in 10 wear pants below the waist. Bwoy, we talk bout devaluation of dollar (25) but the values of men in this country seem to be sliding much faster. Then, the woman had to take a second look when one big belly (8) man pass har wid fi him baggy jeans falling off. No sah!

Then, mi affi wonder why the ghetto men dem hanging out on the corners in the mornings have to be giving Johnny (6) such a firm grip, like he is going to jump and run away.

Thief! (5). Can’t imagine the woman left her bag to attend the soapbox event and somebody gone wid her money?

Anyway, since nothing is surprising, walk good until.





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