rkennedy01 wrote: Some things I like about Mauritius:
1. The beaches (when I'm not tripping over all the the trash left behind by the locals).
rkennedy01 wrote: 3. The sense of security (when locked-up tight behind the Fer-forge and Xpandas)
rkennedy01 wrote: 4. The civic pride (OK, that's not even worth lampooning - it's so ridiculous).
rkennedy01 wrote: To be fair, the sunsets are nice.
rkennedy01 wrote: Peel-back the shiny veneer of IRS projects and white-glove resorts and you're left with a reeking cesspool of lies, corruption and dirty dealings at all levels of society.
ud wrote:I think these people, who apparently originate from countries they class themselves as "developed" tend to think that they inherit the power and morality to use this term intended for statistical convenience and not necessarily for expressing a judgement about the stage reached by a particular country to make such remarks on Mauritius and even justify themselves.
ud wrote:With all your due respect (which I would not expect you to reserve for me as a national of such a despicable country as you so describe it) may I ask you why you are still staying there?
ud wrote: the two most meaningful words which originate from your developed countries: F*CK OFF.
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