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May 23, 2008

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Mike

Wonderful analogy and very well written. Thank you and keep up the good work! Silence does indeed equal death, especially in the Cayman Islands, Jamaica and evidently, the Caribbean, in general. I, as well as most other people will not be traveling there, spending money or helping out these nations which depend on the tourist industry. What we are doing for sure is boycotting these homophobic countries and everything thereof, including their exported hate music. Each time I see a Jamaican or Cayman Island travel ad, I suddenly get furious.

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YOU ARE NOT ALONE. THANKS FOR THE COMMENTS - rtm

HELLO

The formula seems to work. As all this is going on, there is a story of a 15 year old tourist who was raped on seven mile beach. Is this story true and if so, why has no one in the media addressed it? How would the formula work with say... 15 year old tourist...beach...rape?

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LET'S SEE... THE FORMULA GOES LIKE THIS: CONTROVERSIAL POSITION + GRADUALLY FORMED + STRONGLY HELD = CULTURE.

RAPING KIDS + RAPING KIDS BECOMING FREQUENT + IGNORING IT SO IT WILL GO AWAY = CAYMANIAN CULTURE

WOW... IT WORKS PERFECTLY.

CAYMAN IS QUICKLY BECOMING AN UNDESIRABLE PLACE. IT'S A "NATALEE HALLOWAY" AWAY FROM TURNING INTO A BLACK-LISTED COUNTRY ON THE US STATE DEPARTMENT'S LIST. - rtm

Hrag

Good luck changing the culture...but don't worry ALL cultures eventually change but they need to be pushed.

Red Knot

That was Dave Martin's weekly column, not a compass editorial, although it appears as such on the website.
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SO I'VE HEARD. THANKS FOR THE CLARIFICATION. - rtm

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