Minister, mad man & police

BY THE RAKE MASTER

Monday, April 06, 2015

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Friends, we hope seh the minister (34) will keep the national reserves and the whole heap a police (13) on di streets fi help halt the crime rate. It can't be for the president's (26) security alone. If it nuh happen, wi want justice!


That half-mad (27) man believe seh him a dump rubbish a him yaad? Him good bad!


It was good to see the number of people going to the big house (33) fi dem once-a-year Easter visit.


Di Chiney (17) man dem not playing at all. Man a build road even over Easter and naah watch no face. That's the way to go. We need to emulate some of their good work ethics fi real.


The fresh water (24) kept some of the annoying beggars (1) away. So good.


Life can be harder for some. I saw an elderly person di odda day and had to look good to figure out if it was a man or woman. I felt sorry for her when I realised it was a woman (36). Then she may just be in her 40s with the way the suffering rough. Sista P, the poor people dem a cry out.


So, the mongoose (18) decided it could not wait? You may just get smashed next time!


Walk good, until.









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