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Prosecute


Prosecute Fmr Governor Gutierrez…Murder…Conspiracy…Justice For All…
(They’ve tried, but to no avail.)
I’ve been wanting to shoot (photographically speaking) this guy for a long, long time. Whenever I spot him I either don’t have the right lens fitted on my camera or the light’s green and I can only drive by him. One day I’ll get the shot I want. Until then, this’ll have to do.
He was out there holding up his sign during the third quarter of the Superbowl. It’s comforting to know I’m not the only person in America who doesn’t give a hoot about the game.
Elsewhere
Need a good laugh? Napoleon Dynamite‘s good for a few.
Here he is reading the Top Ten on David Letterman.
And here’s a quiz to find out which Napoleon Dynamite character you are.

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13 Responses

  1. Arnold says:

    Don’t worry Josie. You’re not the only one who doesn’t give a hoot about the Superbowl.
    I spent my night reading as I have the past 4 Big Sunday games.
    And the world goes on…

  2. Donna says:

    Hey Josie! Why didn’t you just park & take the picture? 😉
    I can’t believe this guy STILL comes out to do this. He’s been doing this for so many years now.

  3. Brother says:

    he must have alot of money, or alot of support from family in order to do that.

  4. Annalynn says:

    Is it the same guy who ran for Senator and lost?

  5. Gerald says:

    Personally, I admire the man’s dedication. I wish I was that motivated to rip asunder the lives of people I dispise. Unfortunately I only have the energy and attention span to give the occasional hostile glare.
    oh, since you mentioned movies…two good ones I saw. “PS” (with Laura Linney) and the “The Notebook”, which wasn’t as tragic as Nicolar Sparks tends to be, at least they both die in the end (the point being they die together, in love).

  6. Josie says:

    I agree with you, Gerald. Whether you believe in his cause or not, you have to give the guy credit for the time he puts into what he believes.
    Donna, I want to stop and park whenever I see him but I’ve never seen him at a time when it was possible to stop. I am always on my way somewhere. 🙂

  7. Gail says:

    Napoleon Dynamite was possibly the most entertaining film I saw last year. E can imitate the brother’s voice so well…well, it’s just creepy!

  8. Sean says:

    It’s kinda interesting that Carl, his lawyer daughter or his cronies haven’t filed a lawsuit for libel and slander against the dude with the signage. I guess everyone already knows that the guy is a sleezebag politico who got away with stealing lots of money and building materials to build his Urunao Ranch.

  9. shanlucid says:

    you are from America? thats some news. Rest of us americans (people who live in the American continent) normally feel and sense so wrong when people from the USA call themselves americans. But to hear someone from an american-governed land called herself american, that just sounds somehow weird.
    Regards.

  10. Monica says:

    Kudos to people who stand up for their beliefs.
    I personally know his 2 sons and daughter.
    Is there any way that you can help me locate them.
    I am living off island and miss them terribly!

  11. Derek Quinata says:

    So, is there any contact information on this individual, Norbert F. Quinata, I would love to obtain it….apparently, I would love to know my half siblings! Thank you so.

  12. norbert quinata says:

    I would like to say thanks to all the people who wrote positive comments about my father. Many people didn’t understand his reasons and although he seemed to be directing the messages on his famous signs at certain individuals he was actually directing it at everyone in public office or anyone who was in the government who were supposed to be serving the people. He was not getting paid but he had strong conviction, and yes, he was very determined. He was fighting for the poor, and for all of us who call Guam her home. Furthermore, out of all the many lessons that he thought me in this lifetime, two things stood out the most and that was “don’t be afraid to fight for what you believe in” and, “no one is above the law”. In the end, I think my father left his mark as a “one man army” for the people and i strongly believe that from this day forward that most people placed in the public’s trust will hold themselves accountable and practice transparency and in general hold themselves to the highest degree of professionalism, because without pointing fingers or naming names when there is corruption in government it is the people that suffer not to mention the future of our children which becomes compromised. peace and may god bless the people of Guam.—- and to my brother Derek who is trying to contact his family, chelu you can e-mail me @ [email protected]

  13. norbert quinata says:

    I would like to say thanks to all the people who wrote positive comments about my father. Many people didn’t understand his reasons and although he seemed to be directing the messages on his famous signs at certain individuals he was actually directing it at everyone in public office or anyone who was in the government who were supposed to be serving the people. He was not getting paid but he had strong conviction, and yes, he was very determined. He was fighting for the poor, and for all of us who call Guam her home. Furthermore, out of all the many lessons that he thought me in this lifetime, two things stood out the most and that was “don’t be afraid to fight for what you believe in” and, “no one is above the law”. In the end, I think my father left his mark as a “one man army” for the people and i strongly believe that from this day forward that most people placed in the public’s trust will hold themselves accountable and practice transparency and in general hold themselves to the highest degree of professionalism, because without pointing fingers or naming names when there is corruption in government it is the people that suffer not to mention the future of our children which becomes compromised. peace and may god bless the people of Guam.—- and to my brother Derek who is trying to contact his family, chelu you can e-mail me @ [email protected]

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