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I'm proud of him. US is not like it use to be now. I'm thinking of going home myself, God willing.

I wish him the best.

Sonia, October 14 2013, 1:00 AM

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Topic: The Haitian Man With a VISA... Should I Stay or Should I GO?

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That's a good this guy thinking business, but I think he save a part of the profit to travel to the states or to do some local tourism because it's... read more >
Marc Evens, 13-Oct-13 11:27 am
i'm down with Marc Evans on this. with some of the profit, he can travel and continue his plantain business. read more >
Kreyolman, 13-Oct-13 2:05 pm
He does not seem committed to travel. I think that working the land will benefit him more, not only in earnings but in personal satisfaction. read more >
Suze, 13-Oct-13 2:05 pm
Mwen fout dako, plante bannan pito olye pouw al gaspiye lajan nan lot peyi. Si tout haitian te panse konsa plis moun ta jwen manje pou yo manje a... read more >
Ti Pie, 13-Oct-13 2:06 pm
All I've got to say is wow cause back in the days this man would've sold his land, his house if he had one and everything else in between to come to... read more >
Negbelair, 13-Oct-13 9:14 pm
I'm proud of him. US is not like it use to be now. I'm thinking of going home myself, God willing. I wish him the best. read more >
Sonia, 14-Oct-13 1:00 am
I wish all haitians in haiti with a visa think like him. read more >
Marie, 16-Oct-13 8:57 am
Si'm te di l ou pata kwe-m. DYASPORA PA WA read more >
Nufaze, 18-Oct-13 12:43 pm

 

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