I appeal to my fellow posters, friend and foe alike, to join me in a noble effort for a wonderful couple who has entertained us on GNI for quite some time.

Today, ladies and gents, Baseman and Bibi need your help. I urge you to give generously to purchase some tutoring lessons so both of them can learn how to use the quote feature.

Baseman is a CMA, CPA, 3rd form prodigy of Covent Garden high school, administrator of charities that help our folks in the homeland, a mover and shaker, and occasional host to politicians whom he fetes in his basement apartment. Learning how to use the quote feature will push him over the top.

Our rotund vixen Bibi is the backbone of a billion dollar wall street firm, purveyor of the finest coffee, talent evaluator, graduate of the queen's college, the product of a blue blood political family (200 years of total experience), confidant to those picking the next GRA head, well known to the pennsylvania police department, organizer of political events, the kellyanne conway of the Rat Man organization, and too many more to list.

We can also start Bibi off with a one day class on how to be considerate to her fellow posters in an  online community and stop being a self absorbed poster ruining thread after thread with 5 word replies after quoting hundreds of posts.

I'd like to think this too may push Bibi over the top, though it may be quite a strenuous effort given her body type.

My fellow posters, black man, Indian man, haters of the putagee man, retards, brainiacs, disciples of nigerian pastors, the quick witted, dimwitted, those born at gaumont, drunkards, please contact the moderators of this forum to arrange for your contribution. They need to hear from you. Report this thread to them.

Moderators, a one week time off is a great gift for Bibi to learn this new skill. Baseman will voluntarily follow suit once she is not here, no time off needed for him.

Sincerely,
Gwana Man

 

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Hi Iggy, you wutliss bad.  Welcome back.  Sorry about the quote feature, I post from my iPhone and editing is challenging. 

And yes, I am a CPA and CMA after dropping out of high school.  Don’t bother with that low accomplish dumpling!!  Tells a lot of that lil country school!  So don’t mess with me.   I’ll try to figure out the quote thingy!!

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Baseman posted:

Hi Iggy, you wutliss bad.  Welcome back.  Sorry about the quote feature, I post from my iPhone and editing is challenging. 

And yes, I am a CPA and CMA after dropping out of high school.  Don’t bother with that low accomplish dumpling!!  Tells a lot of that lil country school!  So don’t mess with me.   I’ll try to figure out the quote thingy!!

And the records show since from 1991.  Did you work with Asgar at GPO upstairs?

Mitwah posted:
Baseman posted:

And yes, I am a CPA and CMA after dropping out of high school.  Don’t bother with that low accomplish dumpling!!  Tells a lot of that lil country school!  So don’t mess with me.   I’ll try to figure out the quote thingy!!

And the records show since from 1991.  Did you work with Asgar at GPO upstairs?

Hey Mits, when did you work at the IRD at GPO?

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Mitwah posted:
Baseman posted:

And yes, I am a CPA and CMA after dropping out of high school.  Don’t bother with that low accomplish dumpling!!  Tells a lot of that lil country school!  So don’t mess with me.   I’ll try to figure out the quote thingy!!

And the records show since from 1991.  Did you work with Asgar at GPO upstairs?

When I was there, the commissioner was Edgar Heligar and he was on Lamaha Street.  At GPO were Asst Commissioners, George Wong and Minkoo.

I met Godfrey Statia there, young inspector.  When I visited we would chat and he told me he also wanted to pursue the CPA.  I ended losing track as time went by!

Baseman posted:
Mitwah posted:
Baseman posted:

And yes, I am a CPA and CMA after dropping out of high school.  Don’t bother with that low accomplish dumpling!!  Tells a lot of that lil country school!  So don’t mess with me.   I’ll try to figure out the quote thingy!!

And the records show since from 1991.  Did you work with Asgar at GPO upstairs?

When I was there, the commissioner was Edgar Heligar and he was on Lamaha Street.  At GPO were Asst Commissioners, George Wong and Minkoo.

I met Godfrey Statia there, young inspector.  When I visited we would chat and he told me he also wanted to pursue the CPA.  I ended losing track as time went by!

I met Minkoo a few months ago. 

ksazma posted:
Mitwah posted:
Baseman posted:

And yes, I am a CPA and CMA after dropping out of high school.  Don’t bother with that low accomplish dumpling!!  Tells a lot of that lil country school!  So don’t mess with me.   I’ll try to figure out the quote thingy!!

And the records show since from 1991.  Did you work with Asgar at GPO upstairs?

Hey Mits, when did you work at the IRD at GPO?

With Gangadin and then Devonish. Wong was my boss. Missed Brown Betty bhai.

I remember Devonish a lil bit. Brown Betty and don’t forget Coal Pot. That food was good. I used to like having breakfast at the Fogarty’s canteen also. I had lots of friends there before I left in 1987. I didn’t work for the IRD though. There was a brother and sister from West Coast who used to work there that I was friendly with. In fact, I was friendly with anyone I came into contact with. Even black folks πŸ˜€. I remember Patty also. She and her brother opened a West Indian business in Toronto, I believe. 

Baseman posted:
ksazma posted:

The meaning that Brown Betty has for me is when we were kids, our dad used to pile all of us into the car and take us for the ice cream. That was way before the damn place burned down. πŸ˜€

When we were kids living way up the east bank, when we visited GT, Which was few times a year, Brown Betty was a must!!

Chicken-in-the ruff served in a basket with fries and a roll. 

kp posted:
Baseman posted:
ksazma posted:

The meaning that Brown Betty has for me is when we were kids, our dad used to pile all of us into the car and take us for the ice cream. That was way before the damn place burned down. πŸ˜€

When we were kids living way up the east bank, when we visited GT, Which was few times a year, Brown Betty was a must!!

Chicken-in-the ruff served in a basket with fries and a roll. 

That was some good food.

kp posted:
Baseman posted:
ksazma posted:

The meaning that Brown Betty has for me is whe

When we were kids living way up the east bank, when we visited GT, Which was few times a year, Brown Betty was a must!!

Chicken-in-the ruff served in a basket with fries and a roll. 

Ow bai, now you mekking mi belly bun, and I soon heading out to Father’s Day dinner with my sons!!  

Mi guh eat American and thinking chicken-in-the ruff!!😁

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ksazma posted:

I remember Devonish a lil bit. Brown Betty and don’t forget Coal Pot. That food was good. I used to like having breakfast at the Fogarty’s canteen also. I had lots of friends there before I left in 1987. I didn’t work for the IRD though. There was a brother and sister from West Coast who used to work there that I was friendly with. In fact, I was friendly with anyone I came into contact with. Even black folks πŸ˜€. I remember Patty also. She and her brother opened a West Indian business in Toronto, I believe. 

Winston Devonish personally signed my Tax Exit certificate over a few drinks at GCC House.

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