o Mi harem se the Indy’s foreign editor Tony Wilson is constantly claiming he is an expert at something different every week in his own column, and he constantly attacks local journalists. So much so that people are bored stiff with his arrogant, self-proclaimed expertise on anything and everything. However he went too far last week, insinuating this newspaper is politically biased, which is utter garbage. That’s little better than a joke, coming from him. Talk about the pot calling the kettle black! Silip!
o Mi Harem Se a resort owner took a reservation for someone with the same family name as one of the imprisoned MPs, and called up the dobber to see if there was something he hadn’t been told yet. Mi harem se he’s not the only one questioning their choice of accommodation. Apparently Corrections has been asked by an important friend to move them up to the women’s prison. Silip!
o Mi Harem Se one of the MP inmates was seen outside the medium-risk compound with a spray blaster earlier this week, prepping the walls for a new coat of paint. Good on him for not staying idle! Silip!
o Mi Harem Se Daily Post staff tried to take a photo of that hard-working inmate as he industriously water-blasted the outside of his jail, but was told by Corrections staff that this wasn’t allowed. The reporter said, ‘I’m standing on the sidewalk in a public place; I can take a photo if I want.’ But Corrections staff said, ‘You can, but he’s not allowed to get his photo taken. You won’t get into trouble; he will!’ DP decided not to make problems for the hard-working MP. Silip!
o Mi Harem Se a wife keeps getting tired of her husband always making a mess when he prepares food to sell as ‘20 vatu’ in local nakamals. Every time the mess is too much for her, she breaks his plastic food container. Then the next day she feels guilty and buys him a new one. Her friends have told her she’s just wasting money, but she says, ‘No, the containers are only 200 vatu each, and they make a great noise when they break!’ Silip!
o Mi Harem Se the Vanuatu Surfing Association is the home of women and girls surfing in Vanuatu! The next big challenge is to send a strong girls squad to represent Vanuatu and compete in the High Schools Challenge at Newcastle Surfest in February 2016. So put down this paper and head on over to the Vanuatu Surfing Association Facebook page for the link to their GoFundMe campaign and do your bit to help some really talented and devoted young women make their mark on the surfing world! Silip!
o Mi harem se a new rich bloke in town says he doesn’t want it to be known around town that he is now worth squillions. So what does he do? He Rolls Royce shopping in the USA. No, driving a Rolls won’t get much attention, will it? Silip!