However, Yakumo, let's just keep at watch and see if what you have brought about on this forum would change for the better.
So the word for last Sunday is, the valleys shall be raised up, every mountain and hill made low, the rough ground shall become level, the rugged places a plain. Its Christmas… maybe you should decide on which valley to fill up and which mountain to be made low. That mountain of hatred towards us the filthy disgusting animals of the FSM! <?xml:namespace prefix = o ns = "urn:schemas-microsoft-com:office:office" />
While Yakucha is right partly right is her/his assesment of the cleaniless of our islands. I like to point to his /her nose the stink of the cities which we don't have in our islands. Every major city in world, yousee people sleeping on the dirty streets at nites, and eat from the trash cans during the days. We don't have that on our islands.
People in these so call beautiful cities are breating poison air daily, they are dying by breathing poison air and by exposing themselves to acid rain. Yau-tang needs to go back where he/she came from and help to safe the people from their poison enviroment.
I'd like to echo what my friend nutcracker said. Why? well I've been to Palau several times and what really impressed me is when one day while parking along side of the main road, this car came passed me where I had been parking, all of sudden this car started to blink its right side signal and yield to the side of the road and stopped. The driver of the vehicle got out with a black carbage plastic bag and started to pick some empty soft drink cans and other rubbishes from the side of the road and put them in the bag he had and then reached into his car and opened the trunk and put the bag and got back on the road and drove away. I just sat in my car and think what if all people from where I come from also have such mentality, it would really help in keeping our roads and shores clean and tidier than it is today.
On a separate occation, while visiting Palau's Police and Sea Surveillance Boats dockside area, I was also stunned to notice that some of the Palau's Sea Patrol crews were cleaning the side of the dock with scoop nets. And man, I was so ashamed knowing that such practice is not happening at our sea patrol boats dockside area. I pretty optimistic that like manner contributes in the beauty and cleanliness of Palau. And I know any Palauan doing the good work not for personal gain but to help their country's objectives and goals to attain and lure outsiders to want to keep coming back to their country. In fact, all of my visits to this place I never once saw where they stored their waste or dump area.
So, all my FSMers friends and relatives I challenge us to think like Palauan in terms of ensuring that our homelands clean and tidy by not waiting for someone or the government to do everything for us should we want to see a brighter and beautiful islands we have and start doing about our weak areas like what our Palau friends are doing to their country. My 1cent. Cheers!