Guam

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numerology

Numerology information Guam:

numerologyName Number: 6 Meaning: Home, Family, Love, Balance, Harmony, Help, Warmth, Social justice

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Definition funny of Guam:

urbanan island in the North Pacific Ocean; part of the Mariana Islands archipelago; USA territory Coordinates: 13 28 N, 144 47 E great place to eat some mighty fuckin'awesome tasting barbeque

urbanWhat?! You don't know where the fuck Guam is?

urbanThird World backyard of the United States of America. "Where America's Day Began" back between 1940 and 1980. Has become a complete toilet in the last 25 years. It is a small island that was a Spanish possession up until the time of the Spanish American War. Was taken by the Japanese during WWII - then recaptured. The post- WWII Chamorros were very supportive of the United States and the military, specifically the Marines who liberated them. But through corrupt politicians and very incompetent people pretending to know politics, Guam forced much of her only natural friend from the island - the US military (which was synonymous with Federal funding). It sports the only hospital in the United States that has not been accredited in over 25 years. GMH has a higher mortality rate than a lot of inner city hospitals and those that are out in the middle of no-where USA. Guam is frought with so many internal issues because the people who are running it are either incompetent or woefully corrupt. The island has had a job loss of a little over 700 people in a month. That is a sobering number if you look at the size of Guam and its population. FEMA has declined any further direct support for Guam as result of local politicians taking Federal Disaster funds meant for Typhoon relief (talking hundreds of thousands of US dollars). Guams 2009 crime rate has jumped severely as a result of people turning to desperate measures to eek out an existence. That coupled with a massive influx of illegal micronesians that have started "squatting" because they don't want to live in their third world islands like Chuuk, Yap, and Ponephei. Guam's educational system is currently so far behind US standards, that many of the island schools are using text books that are dated as far back as 1983. Guam is in a perpetual state of decline and disrepair. Nothing short of a complete and hostile take over by an outside entity with enough man power will be able to force a change for the better. Corruption is rampant in every facet of living including the local police and judiciary system! Don't get pulled over for a ticket - they will take your passport so you can't leave the island! "Living" on the island is a joke - you are constantly fighting just to stay ahead. And again, if you get sick...local medical care can be boiled down to even less than their local "Sirahans" - Chamorro versions of witch doctors.

urbanCorrupt Politicians: Current Gov. F.C.;Former Gov. C.G.,Former Gov. R.J.B. and his wife the current Congressdelegate M.B. the representative from Guam. Countless Senators that have been sent to Federal Prisons to serve time for taking Federal funds to buy trips and personal items for themselves and family members. Best place to look this stuff up on a regular basis for the low down on how bad things are: www.guampdn.com www.kuam.com Guam is a pisshole of an island with even more polluted beaches than Southern California!

urbanAn unincorporated territory of United States and is the largest southern island in the Marianas. Where America's day begin. Where the sun shines first then the States. Where majority of Chamorro people dont know how to speak their language Where local people make more babies to qualify for foodstamps Where outsiders or mainly foreigners are taking over their islands Where land is so rare that Chamorros rent apartments Where Micronesians qualify for foods stamps too Where speed limit is forbidden Where signaling is not needed Where the road is so screwed up you end up in the driving on the wrong lane Where chamorros are called "CHAUD" Where Filipinos are called "FAUBS" Where having 10 kids is tax free Where the population of pregnant women are increasing Where "Baby Making Weather" (BMW) happens when it rains Where people drive nice cars but have food stamps

urbanWhere Guam's Day begin

urbanAn island in the Pacific Ocean that is a territory of the U.S. Guam features the highest obesity rate, and highest rate of smokers in comparison the U.S. Over 60 percent of Guam's locals are utilizing goverment benefits because they are too lazy or too unintelligent to work. The local Chamorrons are very proud of their culture. The Spanish invaded Guam in the 1600's. They killed most of the males and impregnated the fat females. Guam was also invaded by the Japanese during WW2. All the local males were killed, or pushed off Two Lovers point. The Japanese efficiently killed all Chommoro males. This corrected thousands of years of inbreading. The gene pool is slowly getting better. However, most local males on Guam possess the intelligence of a small child. The females are actually quite intelligent. Guam features the worst education in the United States. Their Private Schools are the equivalent to inner city public schools in the U.S. The students to care about their education, because they can apply for Food Stamps and Welfare through the use of U.S. citizens tax dollars.

songs

Songs about Guam:

songsGuam by Cusco from the Album Island Cruise

songsGuam National Anthem by Slovak Radio Symphony Orchestra from the Album National Anthems of the World, Vol. 3: Gabon - Kyrgiz Republic

songsGuam by Quiero Club from the Album Nueva America

songsAlmost Made It to Guam by Michael Gulezian from the Album Distant Memories and Dreams

songsThe Boy From Guam by Dave Andrew from the Album Under the Influences

songsEcce Guam Bonum by Alma Anima from the Album Alma Anima

songsEcce guam bonum by Catherine Braslavsky from the Album Alma Anima

books

Books about Guam:

booksGuam U.S.A. Guide & Dive Map - Waterproof Map by Franko Maps Ltd. (Jan 1, 2011)

books¡Guam-O-Rama! by Dave Slagle (Sep 12, 2014)

booksGuam & the Marianas Islands (Travel Adventures) by Thomas Booth (Apr 18, 2012)

booksScott Specialized Catalouge of United States Stamps & Covers 2014: Confederate States, Canal Zone, Danish West... by Charles Snee and James E. Kloetzel (Sep 30, 2013)

booksGuam Super Cookbook by Milestones Pacific (2009)

booksScott Specialized Catalogue of United States Stamps & Covers 2013: Confederate States-Canal Zone-Danish West Indies-Guam-Hawaii-U... by Charles Snee and James E Kloetzel (Oct 31, 2012)

booksCaptured: The Forgotten Men of Guam by Roger Mansell and Linda Goetz Holmes (Nov 15, 2012)

movies

Movies about Guam:

moviesPassport to Adventure: Guam, where East meets West 2009 NR CC - Runtime: 26 mins Starring: Julie Conover and Mark Jennings Directed by: Cinergy Productions

moviesGuam's Liberation 2008 NR - Runtime: 58 mins Starring: People of Guam Directed by: Annette Donner

moviesThe Story of the Marines: U.S. Marines during the Second World War; including: Iwo Jima, Okinawa, Tarawa, Midway... 2005 NR - Runtime: 6 hrs Starring: General Holland Directed by: General Holland ", Howlin' Mad", et al.

moviesPassport to Adventure: Guam, where East meets West 2009 Unrated - Runtime: 30 mins Starring: Julie Conover and Mark Jennings

moviesMarines At Tarawa WWII Documentary With Bonus Film Return To Guam 2009 NR - Runtime: 39 mins Directed by: Louis Hayward

moviesHistory -- Pacific: Lost Guam 2008 - Runtime: 50 mins

moviesGuam's Liberation 2006 -

wiki

Wiki information Guam:

Guam
Country, Location, Sports Team Location, Dated location, US Territory, Travel destination, Literature Subject, Flag referent, Organization member, Newspaper circulation area

Guam is an organized, unincorporated territory of the United States in the western Pacific Ocean. It is one of five U.S. territories with an established civilian government. Guam is listed as one of seventeen Non-Self-Governing Territories by the...

Battle of Guam
Military Conflict, Battle, Event, Literature Subject

The Second Battle of Guam was the American capture of the Japanese held island of Guam, a United States territory during the Pacific campaign of World War II.