Saturday, December 15, 2012

Dec 14, 2012 Full story: The Chronicle-Journal 7

THUMBS Down to "local retailers for keeping half of their wickets closed while long lineups of customers are kept waiting for as long as 15 minutes! We shoppers get better service than this south of the border.

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Monsokan

Thunder Bay, Canada

#1 Dec 15, 2012
....and the Canadian prices are just awesome! Awesome in that a article costing 30 dollars is now 50 dollars. The US prices are okay and not okay ion some items like a Burger King Whooper its about 14 dollars Canadian in Thunder Bay, and in Duluth, Minn., its 13 dollars US ya! Using American bucks.

The RCMP has a bug in our apartment unit, he is Stanley Baxter. I am not sure if he knows he is conspiring to harm people with things he does around his apartment. He knowingly knows he is harming the right and left side of those living beside him.

I am going to bug him.....he drove an older lady out of her apartment already. He is a dangerous maniac. All he has is a desire to harm.
Monsokan

Thunder Bay, Canada

#2 Dec 15, 2012
Today is fifteen? Oh lala! its only six days before the end of the world? What shall we do? Go shopping in the US! There is not much Chinese goods in the US you know, their clothing comes from the Philippines, Mexico, Brazil and etc. We don't get much clothing from Spanish speaking countries because we are "Her Majesty's Government up here. I might go down to the US and buy a set of clothing and wear them 'til they stand up.

Something is terrible wrong in the US you know. The people are rich, and very poor. The class distinction is very wide. You must find clothing just for yourself and style otherwise the rubber men wouldn't help you against the smart Alex.

Stella with a Japanese made pair of wab-bah-let-tus. Hahahahahahaha! And I am wearing Chinese wab-bah-let-tus (jeans).
Monsokan

Thunder Bay, Canada

#3 Dec 15, 2012
In the US the Government has rubber men (not police) militia and they poke the a.. red of a smart Alex like Stanley Baxter. Harming using (kitchi-wiinuck head) i.e. brown gloves is forbidden in the US. The (Canadian) hoodlum government must also do the same establish a militia to protect (E M O T I O N S) not emicons.

That is what the RCMP Sugar box clerk is bugging here that dirty old sex maniac Stanley Baxter: EMOTIONS!

It is against International Law to harm human emotions. The US President and Congress have the RCMP brown gauntlets. They could attack because of the brown gauntlets. Ya! Those kinds and those stirrups. Its 2012, 15, 12. Its time to make room for the I N D Y U NS! More room for raising capital for economic development not just the pretend sawmills.
Monsokan

Thunder Bay, Canada

#4 Dec 15, 2012
(Investigators are expected to reveal more today about what might have driven a gunman to murder 26 children and adults at a Connecticut elementary school, as well as his mother, before turning the gun on himself).

Bare'Squatch Monsokan has an answer: "He was kee-waas-qwa". The man was thinking by himself without aid of L O V E! The RCMP Brown Gauntlets uses that tactic here by depraving I N D Y U N S of their children and wives. Its against the opinion of the Japanese Imperial Government, and the Russian Commonwealth Federation, & etc.

For men the wab-bah-let-tus MUST BE TIGHT fitting. Hahahahahahah!
Monsokan

Thunder Bay, Canada

#5 Dec 15, 2012
http://www.addthis.com/bookmark.php

Her people in Attawapiskit have nothing to buy. Things are just to expensive. That is our Chief Spence, bravo! Bravo! Chief Spence die like a martyr even death by hunger is martyrdom. Bare'Squatch Monsokan encourages you not to give in until they honor the treaty; but actually not honoring the treaties means you become a true Canadian like me! A degree from a university, a few bucks in my pocket. I beat the Indian Act, I did!

Living under treaties means (WE) Anishnawbec are not really citizens of Canada or the United States, just people with barely enough to eat and cold ice boxes to call cabins for warmmth. We are not citizens of Canada why we live under a treaty.
Monsokan

Thunder Bay, Canada

#6 Dec 15, 2012
http://aje.me/U2hEBp

I am so worried about the end that I can't think straight to find the right link for our Chief Spence.

“Just call me ROMEO!!”

Since: Feb 13

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#7 Feb 25, 2013
Monsokan wrote:
....and the Canadian prices are just awesome! Awesome in that a article costing 30 dollars is now 50 dollars. The US prices are okay and not okay ion some items like a Burger King Whooper its about 14 dollars Canadian in Thunder Bay, and in Duluth, Minn., its 13 dollars US ya! Using American bucks.
The RCMP has a bug in our apartment unit, he is Stanley Baxter. I am not sure if he knows he is conspiring to harm people with things he does around his apartment. He knowingly knows he is harming the right and left side of those living beside him.
I am going to bug him.....he drove an older lady out of her apartment already. He is a dangerous maniac. All he has is a desire to harm.
Don't spread that funny money on my side of the border pal.

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