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Just some random musings .

Monday, February 16, 2009

I AM LIL' HAMMERHEAD!

Like the cry "Yes We Can!" Perhaps the CNMI now has a mantra for change:

 "I am Lil' Hammerhead!"

I believe it symbolizes for many a detachment from the status quo. 

It is more than an anonymous blogger. 
It is a mindset. 
It is a spirit. 
It is a movement.

Are you Lil' Hammerhead? 

I have compiled a list of people who I believe are Lil' Hammerhead (not the author herself of the blog... but individuals who resemble Lil' in spirit, mindest and independant break from the norm.) they often times do not agree on things but they openly address the issues. They focus on solutions. They engage each other in conversation and debate. They are the change the CNMI needs now. 

Tina Sablan
Ron Hodges
Edwin Propst
Harry Blalock
Randy Steele
Doc Murdock
Greg Cruz
Glen Doutrich *(rip)
Jesse Torres
Zaldy Dandan
Jaime Vergara
Glen Hunter
Rob Hunter
Kimo Rosario
Bill Stewart
Jane Mack
Ed Diaz Jr.
Ed Diaz Sr.
Frank Stewart
David Sablan Sr.
Steve Sablan
Ken Phillips
Roger Ludwick
Tony Pelligrino
Rick Villegas
Leila Staffler
Lawrence Boyer
Kristy Springer
Jessica Barcinas Taylor
John Davis
Bill Weiss
Kitz Barja
John Camacho Sr.
Oscar Camacho
Steve Jang
Ed Salas
Alex Sablan
Mike Sablan
Merced Ada
Roxanne Diaz
Eugenio Sablan
Jay Santos
Ken Govendo
Sam McPheters Sr.
Frica Pangelinan
Efrain Camacho
Joe Dela Cruz
Jean Cruz
Gloria Hunter
Tammy Hunter
Doug Brennan
Hans Mickelson
Robert Russell
Ivan Propst
Jim Benedetto
Lupe Manglona
Ambrose Bennett
Jim Davis
Ken Kramer
William Hunter
Kelvin Rodeo
Jane Mack
Boni Reyes
Heather Calderwood
George Haberman
Wes Bogdan
Kalani Reyes
Martha Mendiola
Jovana Mafnas
Bertha Camacho
Don Farrel
Tom Arkle
Debra Fleming
Barry Toves
Mark Hanson
Robert Torres
Sisi Alvarez
Scott Thompson
Francis Amog
Augustus Loste
Jayvee Vellejera
David Khorram
Catherine Anderson
Scott Godfather Dottino 
Rebecca Warfield
Jeff Warfield
Del Benson
Jon Anderson
Joe Ayuyu
Peter Houk
Katheryn Barry
George Cruz
Mike Ada
Chuck Jordan
Ann Jordan
Robert Jordan
Jessica Jordan
Bob Coldeen
Lillian Tenorio
Boss Alvarez
Cuki Alvarez
Joleen Salas
Nicollete Villagomez
Sister Martha Ramarui
Norma Ada
Sam McPheters Jr.
Ruth Tighe
Boni Reyes
Maria Pangelinan
Jim Rayphand
Jean Rayphand
Sapuro Rayphand
Reina Camacho
Fran Castro
Mike Bugsby
Steve Woodruff
Ed Stevens Jr.
Ed Calvo
John Mixson
Ken O'Harnett
D.C. Revilla
Kate Fuller
Carlos Ketebengang
Agatha Ketebengang
John Igitol
Caisha Sablan
Patricia Coleman
Mark Hanson
Emlyn Aldan
Paul Camacho
Lori Serna
Larrisa Larson
Carline B Sablan
Betty Ann Palacios
Florine Hofschneider
Daniel Lamar
George Haberman
Bob Taguchi
Alan Markoff
Phillip Swett



Did I miss anyone? Of course I did. Add to my list.

Hmm, seems to me like to start of one heck of a group.

And we are off...

132 comments:

Anonymous said...

You wanker! Good smoke screen.
You missed the names of the
Hao Hao Haole Sisterhood. No "secondary virgins" here.
Glad you are back.

Anonymous said...

You forgot Ben Fitial and Willie Tan.

Anonymous said...

You forgot Howard Willens and Deanne Siemer, our heroes.

Anonymous said...

You forgot Jane Mack, Angelo Villagomez, Boni Reyes

iamsamiam said...

how about
w.m. bogdan
bruce lloyd
brad ruszala
betty miller
george haberman
roger ludwick

Anonymous said...

It's Bobbi Grizzard!

Anonymous said...

Curious you didn't put Pam Brown on the list.

Anonymous said...

Curious you didn't put Ramon Mafnas and Charles Reyes on the list.

I am Hammerhead said...

Ray Mafnas is not smart enough, Roger Ludwick is already on the list, Brad Ruszala is a bigger puss than Angelo so should not make the list, Michalson is too soft too, and PP has NAMED LH on the list.

Good job!!

Anonymous said...

Pragmatic Propst hates Angelo. He'll never put him on the list.

Lil said...

I am Lil, and the comment two spaces above is not mine.

Lil

Anonymous said...

It's certainly not Alan Barak..that guy can't read time nor figure out which side of the Date Line he lives on.

Anonymous said...

More for your list:

Michael Ada
Joseph Ada
David Ada
Joseph Camacho
Joe Ayuyu
Marcia Ayuyu
Jon Anderson
Kathryn Barry
Michael Ernest
Antonette Ramon
Cinta Kaipat
Barry Hershbein
Angelo Villagomez
Laurie Peterka
Andrew Salas
Del Benson
Walt Goodridge

Anonymous said...

Chuck Jordan
Mike Newman
Rebecca Warfield
Peter Houk
Galvin Guerrero
Kathy Anderson
Godfather Scott

Pragmatic Plato said...

I am being a bit picky.

I am looking for people who run against the grain. Individuals that do not embrace the status quo. Who are just as frustrated as I am with the current conditions in the CNMI. People who want to be a part of a movement that will bring about positive change. People that will put the good of the CNMI as a whole before their own personal or party interest.

I may be incorrect about some of the individuals on the list so far. Let me know if you believe I am. If I haven't included someone that you feel should be on this list, explain to me why.

PP

"I wish I were Lil' Hammerhead!"

Anonymous said...

more:

Reina Camacho
Fran Castro

Anonymous said...

My list:
Bud White
Jean Rayphand
Sapuro Rayphand
Angelo Villagomez

Pragmatic Plato said...

Keep 'em coming.

PP

"I wish I were Lil' Hammerhead!"

Anonymous said...

Yeah... Bobbi Grizzard is tough. Brad is terrified of her.

hell no to status quo said...

You are correct Plato, some of the suggested names are not status quo fighters. Angelo, Galvin, Cinta, Walt, and Katheryn have no claim as status quo fighters.

Anonymous said...

Ken O'Harnett has been a talented and inspirational status quo opponent.

Anonymous said...

Barry Hershbein and Cinta Kaipat are the most comical of all.

The Saipan Blogger アンジェロ・ビラゴメズ said...

Hey, someone nominated me!

The Saipan Blogger アンジェロ・ビラゴメズ said...

I am astounded that I am considered part of the status quo when I just finished waging a campaign that took on the entire CNMI government.

What else do I have to do? Get more tattoos?

Anonymous said...

more:

Tim Goodwin
Roy Alexander
Mustafa Shakir
Ron Hodges
Al Cabael
Del Benson

Anonymous said...

ANGELO VILLAGOMEZ
(you have to admit, he has made a difference and goes against the grain)

Anonymous said...

Tupac Babauta
Flava Flores
Fittycent Camacho

Pragmatic Plato said...

"I am astounded that I am considered part of the status quo when I just finished waging a campaign that took on the entire CNMI government."

~Angelo


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I think you fall into the group that does things out of "personal interest" and not solely for the betterment of the CNMI as a whole.

That is clearly evidenced by your two posts that are moving for your inclusion in this list.

What really moves you?

Is it the good of the CNMI or a deep rooted desire for personal power and recognition. I believe it to be the latter.

You have displayed this time and time again. You wrap yourself in good causes but it is rather transparent that those causes are but guises for yourself to attempt to secure fame and popularity.

To be Lil' Hammerhead you must be able to leave your ego at the door.

When confronted with a choice to make and when dealing with issues you do not step back and look at the whole picture. Your personal relationships and your desire to be adored warp your decision making abilities and more times than not you end up sticking your foot in your mouth, upsetting good people, spoiling a good thing or just generally making an ass out of yourself and your "cause d'jour".


PP

“I wish I were Lil’ Hammerhead!”

Anonymous said...

Just thought of Ron Smith.
He is a status quo fighter.... he hates to support shoe factories.

Pragmatic Plato said...

Refreshers (read his blog if you need more background on his motives --- "I this..., I that..., Me this.., Me that...):

http://pragmaticplato.blogspot.com/2007/12/bloggerlands-plato-says-mr-villagomez.html

http://pragmaticplato.blogspot.com/2007/12/saipans-most-disturbed-blogger.html

http://pragmaticplato.blogspot.com/2007/09/i-am-dead.html

PP

"I wish I were Lil' Hammerhead!"

Anonymous said...

Kodep!

Willie Tan said...

I am Lil Hammerhead

The Saipan Blogger アンジェロ・ビラゴメズ said...

Is that tone you are using jealousy?

The Saipan Blogger アンジェロ・ビラゴメズ said...

In all seriousness, this is simply a list of popular or prominent people who currently do not hold office.

There are some very smart people in office right now, like Joe Guerrero. I might disagree with his political philosophy, but I can admit he's smart.

Also, the people on this list wouldn't necessarily work together to move the island in the same direction. Kimo Rosario and Jane Mack are on opposite ends of the political spectrum, as are a number of people on this list.

Many of these people are smart and educated, which is probably why they are popular and/or prominent.

Other than that, there is no reason to think that a random sampling of people from this list would work better together than the 29 guys we have up on the hill right now.

This list is naive.

Pragmatic Plato said...

Your response above sums up the reason you are not included within this list.

"there is no reason to think that a random sampling of people from this list would work better together than the 29 guys we have up on the hill right now." (Angelo)

Angelo, you are the status quo.


PP

"I wish I were Lil' Hammerhead!"

Obama T-Shirt Vendor from DC said...

Angelo,

Buy a shirt and move on.

Anonymous said...

Kodep Uludong
Laila Boyer

Lil' Hammerhead said...
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The Saipan Blogger アンジェロ・ビラゴメズ said...

No, PP, I just have a well developed bullshit detector.

The Saipan Blogger アンジェロ・ビラゴメズ said...

and you need to stick to one talking point with me. I'm either:

a champion of the status quo (although I've never worked for the government)

or

an upstart fly-by-nighter with no roots on this island (although my father's name is on our constitution)

which is it?

Pragmatic Plato said...

TSB,

"an upstart fly-by-nighter with no roots on this island (although my father's name is on our constitution)"

Not my quote.

Angelo, you are the status quo.

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Lil,

Gotta love your sense of humor. There is no way that an individual who just stated that the 29 people in office right now work better than 29 off this list.

First off his bullshit detector is not set correctly. Anyone that has sat through even one session on the hill with an operational BS detector would have had the thing going batty and jumping off the charts.

The 29 people in office right now do not work together at all as evidenced by the state of the CNMI.

Ron Hodges' class could do a much better job than the group on the hill.


Perhaps, Angelo's keen sense of bullshit was throw off by the sheer number of laws that that August body has been able to churn out. Maybe they clogged up the sensors? Again just another reason to leave Angelo off the list.

Rather than rehashing all of the past posts that he has made on his site and comments across the net I will just leave him off the list.

PP

"You are Lil' Hammerhead!"

The Saipan Blogger アンジェロ・ビラゴメズ said...

You fail to comprehend my commentary.

This list is nothing more than a list of people who aren't in power and who, to vary degrees, are prominent in our community, whether it be one of our drinking buddies, a business owner, or someone who holds a visible position in our community.

There is nothing linking this list of people in terms of political philosophy, integrity, ideals, or anything else for that matter.

There is no reason to think that a random sampling of people who disagree in the civic arena would agree in the political arena.

Furthermore, political office is not necessary in order to change these islands. Because most people that live here are socialists, yourself included, you assume that the answer to everything is the government.

Need a job? Government.

Need some land? Government.

Free college education? Government.

The real answer to this island's problems will be found outside government.

The Saipan Blogger アンジェロ・ビラゴメズ said...

Imagine sitting Ken Kramer and Doc Murdoc next to each other...

The Saipan Blogger アンジェロ・ビラゴメズ said...

Or Greg Cruz and Bill Weiss...

The Saipan Blogger アンジェロ・ビラゴメズ said...

or Alex Sablan and Jim Benedetto...

The Saipan Blogger アンジェロ・ビラゴメズ said...

It is not enough to identify popular people. You need to identify people with certain beliefs and ideals. A little bit of integrity would be nice, too. That is not what you've done.

The Saipan Blogger アンジェロ・ビラゴメズ said...

...and you know I'm right. You just will never admit it.

Lil' Hammerhead said...
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The Saipan Blogger アンジェロ・ビラゴメズ said...

Yes and no. The government should regulate the private sector. We had the opposite happen, where the private sector told the government what to do. They made out like bandits, charging Japanese tourists $100 to go to Managaha, while paying the poor guy who took them out there $2.05 (until recently).

If the CNMI had done a better job of controlling their immigration, there would be a private sector job for every single US citizen on this island. Instead, they chose to give away patronage jobs in the government. The money for those patronage jobs could have shored up the retirement fund, which is now headed for imminent collapse.

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Anonymous said...

i haven't heard of anyone paying $100 for a ride to Managaha since 1996.

Pragmatic Plato said...

Whew. Where do I begin?

My poor boy. I think the comprehension failures lie with you.

Please point out where I have stated that this list contains people that should "hold" a government office.

"I have compiled a list of people who I believe are Lil' Hammerhead (not the author herself of the blog... but individuals who resemble Lil' in spirit, mindest and independent break from the norm.) they often times do not agree on things but they openly address the issues. They focus on solutions. They engage each other in conversation and debate. They are the change the CNMI needs now."

Your lack of comprehension is yet another reason why you did not and will not make this list.


Your limited comprehension skills reveal themselves yet again in your assessment of my political philosophy. Socialist?

Try reading this post. ( http://pragmaticplato.blogspot.com/2008/11/job-entitlement.html ) Start with the first word in the upper left hand side of the page and read each word aloud one by one going towards your right. When you reach the "." STOP. Take a deep breath then go back to the start and begin again. Do this 5 times for each sentence. Perhaps after this comprehension exercise you will be able to grasp what you missed the first time you read that post in my blog.

Now back to my list of names.

The is comprised of "people who run against the grain. Individuals that do not embrace the status quo. Who are just as frustrated as I am with the current conditions in the CNMI. People who want to be a part of a movement that will bring about positive change. People that will put the good of the CNMI as a whole before their own personal or party interest."

Your fear of any of these people sitting down together is also a another reason you are not on the list.

Alex and Jim most likely have sat down together and most likely will again. I don't think Bill would steer clear of a meeting that also involved Greg. Kramer and Doc may find they have more in common than not and also may not fear a meeting of the minds.

Your small-mindedness and your pettiness reveal themselves in the comments you posted above, and are the reasons you, my boy, did not make the list.

These individuals on the list are independent thinkers. They all share the one trait that you see as a negative and I view as a primary strength: Individualism.

It does not matter if they think the same way. All that matters is that they think.

They are people of ability and of reason. They are men/women of the mind.

They are people with a purpose and people that can and will change the CNMI.

I have not stated that this is a list of politicians-to-be. If that were the case perhaps you would be squeezed in under that heading alone. But it is not and that is why you did not make the list.

This is a list of egoists. You, my boy, are an egotist and that is why you did not make the list.

Angelo, you are the status quo.

PP

"The List is Lil' Hammerhead!"

The Saipan Blogger アンジェロ・ビラゴメズ said...

It is naive to think that people will work together just because they're popular and not currently in office.

The Saipan Blogger アンジェロ・ビラゴメズ said...

By the way, your comment is too long. I don't want to read it.

i am Lil Hammerhead said...

Mustafa Shakir came from India to sell cheap garments, Ron Smith is totally for the status quo, Roy Alexander is sarcastic but lives in Tennesee, and I'm glad the sleeper has at last awaken.

Anonymous said...

Then why'd ya return

Pragmatic Plato said...

Try the reading comprehension exercise on the list.

Start with the name at the top of the list. Read it 5 times then stop. Think about the individual name you read. Ask yourself, "is this person in office now?" Then move to the next name on the list.

After this exercise you should be able to determine that your previous assessment was incorrect.

Elected officials are on the list.

The list is not a mere compilation of popular individuals.

Angelo, you are the status quo.

PP

"Current elected officials can be Lil' Hammerhead!"

It ain't personal said...

Angelo, Alex Sablan and I have sat next to each other plenty of times. He's always good to talk to (I also had the pleasure of meeting his wife recently), and I respect his opinions.

Jim Benedetto

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The Saipan Blogger アンジェロ・ビラゴメズ said...

I'm pointing out people with different political views, who can no doubt drink a beer together, but who might have different ideas on how to run a government.

I'll repeat my mantra that this is just a list of popular people.

Anonymous said...

D.C. Revilla!

Anonymous said...

It is popular people Angelo. That is why you can't get on the list.

Anonymous said...

alex sablan is an ardent supporter of the status quo.

Future Lil Hammerheads said...

How are shirt sales? Do you have childrens and infants sizes.

Pragmatic Plato said...

14 T-Shirts (Lil' Hammerhead ones) sold to date and 3 Mugs.

I do have children's sizes and even one for pets.

PP

"I wish I were Lil' Hammerhead!"

Anonymous said...

Saipan Blogger can be as irritating as Ms. D.!

Anonymous said...

Angelo deserves to be on the list. He puts his name down. Lil does not. Lil is letting Roberta's name get dragged through the mud. Lil is fucked up to do that to Roberta.

Pragmatic Plato said...

Anonymous,

Please read the comments I made above as to why Angelo is not listed.

It is rather ironic that you posted your plea under anonymity :-)

PP

"Angelo is not Lil' Hammerhead!"

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Anonymous said...

Fuck you play dough cunt. You are harrassing me for posting anonymously and your the bitch who is anonymous with your cunt Lillian Hammerstein. Shame on you bitch!

Pragmatic Plato said...

Not at all harassing you or anyone else for posting anonymously.

More power to you.

I am now however pointing out that you have the brain skills of a 1st grader and a potty mouth.

PP

"I am Anonymous!"

Anonymous said...

Dirty mouth? Clean it up! Call Bruce Bateman of MVA and he will outcurse you any day! Great to have Porky as our marketing manager of the CNMI.

Anonymous said...

Why would Angleo egg on Jeff to "out you"? Why doesn't he do it himself?

Anonymous said...

cos angelo gots no balls. angelo wants to get on the list but he is not on the A list.

angelo thinks about angelo while others on the list thinks about the cnmi. can angelo please disclosed how much pew paid him to be the lobbyist for the monument. jane mack and andrew salas did not get paid but angelo did.

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lil bit said...

i feel honored to be on your list.

angelo get over it.

you are the status quo.

LOL said...

Jeff has checked in at Lil's blog 84 times in 6 days.

LOL

How are the shirt sales going?

Pragmatic Plato said...

Working on a new design at the moment.

PP

"I wish I were Lil' Hammerhead!"

Marianas Pride said...

I got a design for ya... ;)

ron said...

PP - Please put Angelo on the list in my spot. He was a little slow on the federalization issue but came around near the end. He was also instrumental in the monument coup. Being local he would have a decent chance to win public office and given the field as I understand it, he would be a BIG improvement. You don’t have to hold hands with him in a warm shower , the issue is the issues, and Saipan needs to focus on more pressing issues than blog rumors.

Pragmatic Plato said...

Hi Ron,

I have detailed in great length in the comments above the reason why I did not add Angelo to the list.

I thought long and hard initially. I must say that many of the individuals on the list I do not see eye to eye with on many issues and some I have had major arguments with.

Rather than reiterating the factors that kept him off, please scroll up and read them. If any of the points I made about him are incorrect than I will reconsider.

I truly believe that Angelo is not Lil' Hammerhead. The people on this list ARE Lil' Hammerhead.

Angelo (underneath his cause "d'jour" wrappers is the status quo).

PP

"Ron is Lil' Hammerhead!"

g00$e said...

Your list has surpassed the length required for its membership to be officially dubbed- The New Status Quo.

Ambrose Bennet's inclusion certainly gives it an unmistakably 'old status quo' flavor, doesn't it?

Want a real 'against the grainer' for you list? 'E.J.'

Anonymous said...

EJ? Are you high?

Anonymous said...

EJ? Are you high?

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Marianas Pride said...

Three words: Love Conquers All

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Anonymous said...

Change begins @ http://pub43.bravenet.com/forum/3663190917/

Anonymous said...

Angelo,

You don't know me and I really don't appreciate you including my name in your defense against others without my prior knowledge or consent. You have something to say about me, I suggest you say it to my face and not via posting it blogs and having others telling me about it.

Again, you don't know anything about me. I'll be more than happy to make myself available to you (in the case you got something to say about me).

"I'm Kimo Mafnas Rosario!"

Anonymous said...

I'll be seeing you around.

"I'm Kimo Mafnas Rosario!"

Anonymous said...

Lastly, I could care less if you REPRESENT or have the BACKING of the "STATUS QUO." It doesn't give you (or anyone) the right to talk about people you don't know. My advice to you, my friend: be civil and humble. Civility and humility will trump immaturity and arrogance in any given day.

"I'm Kimo Mafnas Rosario!"

Anonymous said...

Carlos Ketebengang!

Angelo Villagomez said...

I'm sorry Kimo. Please don't hurt me.

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Anonymous said...
cos angelo gots no balls. angelo wants to get on the list but he is not on the A list.

angelo thinks about angelo while others on the list thinks about the cnmi. can angelo please disclosed how much pew paid him to be the lobbyist for the monument. jane mack and andrew salas did not get paid but angelo did.

February 18, 2009 1:08 PM

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The Saipan Blogger アンジェロ・ビラゴメズ said...

Kimo,

What the hell are you talking about?

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KPG said...

Bar tenders don't write like this above.
I am a fool for 15 sec.

but U are right. I am ONE JEALOUS MOTHER FOCKER

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Ms. D. said...

Irritating? Who says I'm irritating?

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SteeleOnSaipan said...

Wow, that's quite a group of letter-writers that you have me bunched up at the top with. Not sure what I did to get there but thanks for the mention, as well as the link.

Randy

stone cold mother fucker said...

HERE IS A LIST OF ASSHOLES AND STATUS QUO MOTHER FUCKERS, IN NO PARTICULAR ORDER, BUT I WILL LIST GREG CRUZ AS NUMBER ONE AS USUAL.

1. Greg Cruz
2. Bruce Bateman
3. Angelo Villagomez
4. Greg Cruz' first cousin/wife Jean.
5. Ramon Mafnas
6. Ben Fitial
7. Ben's running mate Eloy Inos
8. Covenant Party
9. Tim Villagomez the CROOK
10. Oscar Rasa
11. Willie Tan
12. Tan Incorporated
13. Lynn Knight
14. Republican Party
15. Charlie Reyes Jr.
16. John Gourley
17. Chinese Triads
18. Russian Mob
19. Japanese Yakuza
20. Richard THE DICK Pierce
21. Maryann Aldan Pierce
22. CARMEN THE WITCH FERNANDEZ
23. HOWARD WILLENS
24. Deanne Seimer
25. Taotao Tano
26. Oscar Rasa's Indigenous Rights Group
27. Ramon Quichocho
28. Matthew Gregory
29. John Del Rosario
30. Satan

Anonymous said...

Plato

Good on you for including Mark Hanson. He is a good attorney and courageous man.

Anonymous said...

Angelo, what do you mean this list composes of "popular" people? I see names of people who can barely even get in Club V.

You're not list worthy and why don't you quit flattering yourself in anonymity.

bradinthesand said...

it might not be Angelo.
how do you know mofo anon above me.
it might well be his mother in Florida. uh huh. how about Brad his bestfriend?

130 Names for Change (in alphabetical order) said...

Merced Ada
Mike Ada
Norma Ada
Emlyn Aldan
Boss Alvarez
Cuki Alvarez
Sisi Alvarez
Francis Amog
Catherine Anderson
Jon Anderson
Tom Arkle
Joe Ayuyu

Greg Baka
Kitz Barja
Katheryn Barry
Jim Benedetto
Ambrose Bennett
Del Benson
Harry Blalock
Wes Bogdan
Lawrence Boyer
Doug Brennan
Mike Bugsby

Heather Calderwood
Ed Calvo
Bertha Camacho
Efrain Camacho
John Camacho Sr.
Oscar Camacho
Paul Camacho
Reina Camacho
Fran Castro
Bob Coldeen
Patricia Coleman
George Cruz
Greg Cruz
Jean Cruz

Zaldy Dandan
Jim Davis
John Davis
Joe Dela Cruz
Ed Diaz Jr.
Ed Diaz Sr.
Roxanne Diaz
Scott Godfather Dottino
Glen Doutrich *(rip)

Don Farrel
Debra Fleming
Kate Fuller

Ken Govendo

George Haberman
Mark Hanson
Ron Hodges
Peter Houk
Glen Hunter
Gloria Hunter
Rob Hunter
Tammy Hunter
William Hunter

John Igitol

Steve Jang
Ann Jordan
Chuck Jordan
Robert Jordan
Jessica Jordan

Agatha Ketebengang
Carlos Ketebengang
David Khorram
Ken Kramer

Larrisa Larson
Augustus Loste
Roger Ludwick

Jane Mack
Jovana Mafnas
Lupe Manglona
Sam McPheters Jr.
Sam McPheters Sr.
Martha Mendiola
Hans Mickelson
John Mixson
Doc Murdock

Ken O'Harnett

Maria Frica Pangelinan
Tony Pelligrino
Ken Phillips
Edwin Propst
Ivan Propst

Sister Martha Ramarui
Jean Rayphand
Jim Rayphand
Sapuro Rayphand
D.C. Revilla
Boni Reyes
Kalani Reyes
Kelvin Rodeo
Kimo Rosario
Robert Russell

Alex Sablan
Caisha Sablan
Carline B Sablan
David Sablan Sr.
Eugenio Sablan
Mike Sablan
Steve Sablan
Tina Sablan
Ed Salas
Joleen Salas
Jay Santos
Lori Serna
Kristy Springer
Leila Staffler
Randy Steele
Ed Stevens Jr.
Bill Stewart
Frank Stewart

Jessica Barcinas Taylor
Lillian Tenorio
Scott Thompson
Ruth Tighe
Jesse Torres
Robert Torres
Barry Toves

Jayvee Vallejera
Jaime Vergara
Nicollete Villagomez
Rick Villegas

Jeff Warfield
Rebecca Warfield
Bill Weiss
Steve Woodruff

I am Lil Hammerhead said...

PP - I have not yet received my "I'm Lil Hammerhead" shirt...what is the sipping time?

Will it be here by March 8?

Trade Satan for Bob said...

That is a great status quo list although Goro waffles so much I don't know which side of the fence the TTT.

You did leave a couple notable jerks off though. I would like to add Bob "I'm not swift with women" O'Conner, many other lawyers, our judges, especially Wiseman and Lizama, and all of our hotel owners.

Bob up Bob down said...

Alex Sablan and Ivan Q. are status quo mainstays through and through.

And Bob Jones, as well as O'Conner could knock Satan off the status quo list.

What would you call either floating legless in shark infested waters...Bob.

fuck u Angelo said...

If you go through Sblogger's archives you can see he came to Saipan with his hot ex girlfriend who aleft island bc he treated her like shit and cheated on her.

Let's all find her and ask her about the size of Angelo's penis. EJ is way too warped for good info.

Anonymous said...

Why is everyone so interested in Angelo's penis?

Anonymous said...

Everyone on the Saipan blogs seem to be contracting EJleptosporosis!!!!!!!

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Plato for Governor said...

Plato - You are the new and rightful heir and gaurdian of the "list" and you have compiled a great one.

The CNMI could disband our legislature and pick 9 names off that list at random (literally out of the hat) for 1 year, part-time, unpaid terms, to run the CNMI. We should change them evry year and none should have check signing authority or power to give contracts. Their first objective could be to hire a city manager, recruit a team so we could compete in the stimulus bills, and create a task force on immigration, labor, and the feasability of federal receivers for other crippled NMI agaencies.