Saturday, September 08, 2007

Third World Politics.

In an interview later, Augimeri said she'd met with about 50 or 60 parents who use a community centre in her area.

"The mothers are crying," she said. "They have no place to put their kids on Mondays. One woman was saying she has to quit her job because her mother is 80 and not able to pick up the child. So even one day a week does hurt."

Een my country, we call theese de place-o dey weepo, after the mothers-of-the-disinhereeted.

Everee year a paper statue of El Thatcho ees taken out at the head of thee procession and burned.

Then wee all dance, to thee Boomtown Rats seengeeng "I Don't Like Mondays".

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