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May 21, 2017

Episode #093

 

Tomas Rojas, CJ Noket, and Ned Pablo jump on the podcast to talk culture, identity, and the possibilities in the future of Guam. 

3 Comments
  • over two months ago
    Gerri Rapolla
    I was able to listen to the podcast. I agree with mostly all the things you guys talked about. We had to leave Guam after the Super Typhoo due to the schools being closed, no power, no water for 3 mins. It was the HARDEST DECISION WE EVER HAD TO MAKE BUT OUR CHILDREN WELL BEING CAME FIRST. OUR HEARTS WILL ALWAY BE WITH GUAM. GUAM IS OUR HOME ALWAYS WAS AND ALWAYS WILL BE. WE BELIEVE IN OUR HEARTS THAT GUAM SHOULD HAVE HER INDEPENDENCE IT'S LONG OVER DUE. THANK YOU ALL FOR PUTTING THESE ISSUES OUT THERE FOR THE PEOPLE TO HEAR & THINK ABOUT. We are from Santa Rita and I agree with the toll charge you guys spoke about and making the South a preserve. My mother in law's brother was killed (beheaded) in front of the whole family because he took a watermelon from their own garden without permission from the Japanese she told us how his head rolled down the driveway & all the blood. The rest of the family fled and lived in a cave. My father in law was caught and imprisoned for several years and from sleeping on the coralhe had permanent indents all over his back, legs and ass. The stories my mother in law told were horrific. I consider myself Chamorro by marriage. I have always been treated as a full fledge member never as a in law. My mother in law always told me out of her two daughter in law's she loved me the most, I was always her favorite. The PEOPLE OF GUAM ARE THE BEST PEOPLE YOU COULD EVER MET OR BE APART OF THEIR CULTURE!!!! YOUR PODCAST WAS AWESOME!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
    CAN'T WAIT FOR THE NEXT ONE.
  • over two months ago
    Gerri Rapolla
    I was able to listen to the podcast. I agree with mostly all the things you guys talked about. We had to leave Guam after the Super Typhoo due to the schools being closed, no power, no water for 3 mins. It was the HARDEST DECISION WE EVER HAD TO MAKE BUT OUR CHILDREN WELL BEING CAME FIRST. OUR HEARTS WILL ALWAY BE WITH GUAM. GUAM IS OUR HOME ALWAYS WAS AND ALWAYS WILL BE. WE BELIEVE IN OUR HEARTS THAT GUAM SHOULD HAVE HER INDEPENDENCE IT'S LONG OVER DUE. THANK YOU ALL FOR PUTTING THESE ISSUES OUT THERE FOR THE PEOPLE TO HEAR & THINK ABOUT.
  • over two months ago
    Gerri Rapolla
    How do I get on the Podcast to listen to this??? Thanks for your help.