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Rummie

I don't know what you do for a living Stranger in a Strange Land but if I were you, I'd get a dose of REALITY. Another brilliant attempt and conclusion of what some of us strive for.

Thanks for wasting time on us and educating us.

Rummie. Obe, VC.

Rummie

Vers mihy Massage? Aul Dis additon.

Reality

Thanks Rummie... the hills are alive and I need a rum :)

Rummie

Is it me or is the forum down?

Regards

Rummie

Reality

Rummie, yes, the forum has reached bandwidth limits - Mike has contacted the hosting company and hopefuly it will be back shortly. Meantime, we welcome you to post on this part of the site - I can always transfer coments across to the forum when it is fixed.

Rummie

Dats vy wee gutt u gurl. Karma is karma but, oh if I could just get too meet you. No karma for you, you don't need it.

Regards

Blackrum

rummie

Sorry. No need for transfers, I said what I needed too say. We will get back to norm.

Blackrummie(:+:)

Reality

Thanks Rummie... I feel like I met you already :-) I have a feeling someday we'll meet in the flesh.

On another topic entirely... There was a survey here in Australia this week asking people if they believe that foreign workers here should have the same rights as Australian workers. 84% said yes. I wonder what the equivalent survey result in Bermuda would be.

rummie

Thats a good question. Everytime I look inside the front cover of my EU Passport it says something about affording the possesser all the rights, privlages, security of the country they are visiting. Good topic and food for thought. Oh, Bermuda, know that Motley Crew, probabley 18.23456 percent.

Just a quick question, 'is it five-o-clock yet. I need a rum :+)

Reality

It is always past 5 o'clock somewhere in the world, right?

Reality

Meantime, I notice that part of the Doc's manifesto if he gets elected as emperor will be to limit the number of car permits allowed to expats. The exempt companies will get to hand out permits to their chosen ones and presumably the smaller companies can get stuffed. One more bit of power to wield over the expat. https://www.theroyalgazette.com/apps/pbcs.dll/article?AID=/20061021/NEWS/110210171

Rummie

I mentioned something like that on another blog. Oh, Rummie they know. Guess it's back too defending the people that keep us going. What an asshole I am. Morals? Oh they must be talking about' "Morels", $765 a pound.

Reality, thanks for 'keeping us in check'. No Karma needed, just a hug.

Crazy Rummie.

Ps. Expat? Whats that? Is that like a slap on the back or a pat on the back. Oh what a tangled Rennee we weave.

Damn!! It's 5 Oh Cluck!!!!

Book em Danno..............

American Onion

That expat car thing is hilarious.

Reality

Maybe Bermuda should hold a car permit raffle every now & again. Or would that count as gambling?

logan

WE ARE BUT OBSERVERES.
NOW CAN ANYONE SHOW ME
(1)
A MAP OF ALL THE FATAL ACCIDENTS ON BIKES IN BERMUDA.
(2)
A MAP OF ALL THE SPEEDING TICKETS ISSUED IN BERMUDA.
wE THEN WILL SEE HOW OUT OF TOUCH THE POLICE ARE.
I SURE WOULD LIKE TO HAVE SOME ONE HELP ME.

Mike

Hey logan,

good ideas - I bet there are plenty of ways they could deal with the problem, but that would require actually doing something.

One of my ideas: https://bermudasucks.com/forum/index.php/topic,706.0.html

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