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  1. Joshua Johnson says:

    Yes, these homes were occupied by both Westerners, and Liberians, but let it be known that; the ratio of Westerners, versus Liberians, living in such homes, was less than 1% [one percent], of 1% [one percent]. The [very] large percentage of Liberians, living at Bong Mines, lived in [very] low budget housing; with very little and/or no amenities! …I’m just saying!

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    • Santiago says:

      Thank you Charise. We are so lucky. We still have work to do for our girls in our own country but even more so anruod the world. The biggest thing is to never forget.

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  2. Best clean ever: get glass, fill with a 1/2 cup or so of
    iso alcohol… put glass in a larger bowl filled with boiling water,
    and do a hot water bath until iso alcohol is nice and warm.

    pour hot iso into rig, close holes with fingers, and shake.
    should be sparkling clean within seconds! pour dirty iso onto
    plate and let evaporate overnight! this is way more efficient than heating the rig, cold iso washes, salt washes, hot water washes…

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