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September 25, 2006


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One Word:

Or was that 9 words?


Another word:


It's almost funny too, but i'd rather not laugh!


What about:

S.T.U.P.I.D. ?


Really, it is not merely stupid. These people are oblivious to those who live in the region. They translate signs and official missives directly from French to english mot a mot or word for word. The damn place is so corrupt somebody is probably taking a big cut from those A.S.S.I.N.I.N.E. signs.

paolo  laurent

only the day southern cameroons would be independent country, then would we live a happy life. look at small equatorial guinea, they are only 2million but can manage their affirs efectivelly

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