Troy Talks: Episode 1 • Hunger, poverty, drugs, schools, and potholes


    • Imelda Tanapino

        12/29/2023 at 12:02 AM

      Keep your greedy advertising wanna-be-tech-boy [censored] corruption pareeparee where it belongs – in [censored]land – dirty [censored] colonizer

      So, f*sk U wanna be boyo.

    • Imelda Tanapino

        12/29/2023 at 3:04 AM

      Are we to assume you are speaking on behalf of your 2nd ammendment employee, the shitzkie who spent his entire working life slurping at the GovGuam trough, being a scumbag “judge” whose rulings were mostly overturned, who has no respect for the 1st Ammendment of the Constitution of the United States of America, who is married to a [censored] pretending to be a [censored]?

      Yeah, you deserve each other. Why not speak more about the benefits of nepotism and the [censored] paree paree system?

      Let your audience know what it’s like from the inside. Tell us about your intimate paree paree connections with GovGuam at all levels.

      Show us all what a real, true, Guam grown and educated hypocrite looks like and lies about. You can do it, boyo – you have almost 40,000 [censored] behind you.

  • Florence Sgro Blas

      12/28/2023 at 1:56 AM

    Listening and following from Oregon. It’s a great message to start investing in non profit organizations such as Todo Guam.

    A robust non profit has been the key to funds going directly into direct services with less administrative costs!!

    Thank you Troy for your candid appraisal! The people deserve better.

    • Imelda Tanapino

        12/28/2023 at 11:51 PM

      Yes, of course we need more people stealing, smoking ice, raping, and living like [censored] in Seattle.

    • Imelda Tanapino

        12/29/2023 at 2:50 AM

      It may be a cliche (but cliches become cliches by proving to be true over a long time).

      People get the government they deserve.

      For instance, a greedy, corrupt, selfish, thieving, dishonest, power hungry, egotistical, ice selling and basically nasty people/community/electorate will have a government that echoes their values.

      A nasty corrupt community will choose nasty corrupt people to represent/rule them.

      You can witness this sad situation by reading the little news available of what is occurring on Guam now, and what has happened in the past 10 years.

      You may be familar with the case of the governor of Guam who was facing imprisonment for corruption, but chose suicide instead of paying his debt to society – his wife was well taken care of, on the GovGuam dime. The sort of thing that would happen in a [censored] bordello.

      Or Guam [censored] Senator Bamba, whose son spent ~1 year in jail for selling ice.

      Or ex-Guam [censored] Governor Guiterez, whose son may still be in a [censored].

      etc, etc, etc . ..


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