Monday, 5 May 2008 11:29 PM

Not again!

I support Garvin in most of his suggestions. It is widely acknowledged that critics from greener pastures always pop in their suggestions on issues irrelevent to them.

To Harry`s suggestions, tourists can't come to see the logs or that particular owl, it is something far than that. I think tourist might want to see the beautiful islands that the country have. Sometimes, be wise to put critic on issues that your country cannot solve, rather than criticising citizens who are climbing the steps of progress....

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