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And Now a Word From the President of the Cayman Islands Chamber of Commerce!


Time for a trim?

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  1. How does this help him get business????

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  2. Please read my new soon to be best seller "Tender is the Night", the story of Gladys Akovitz from Queens, New York, and one bad ass sprained ankle as she boarded at tender to go shopping at Georgetown, CI. Gladys was on the Royal Caribbean Ship Monster of the Seas for her 43rd wedding anniversary to Ira Arkovitz, along with their daughter Sheila, their son-in-law Moshe (the best damn podiatrist on Queens Boulevard) and their grandkids Saul and Becky (Rebecca).
    It's a hair raising account of big business, big cruises, and one small woman and her lawyer who took a courageous stand and said "NO, I will not ride in the back of the tender."
    Soon to be a major motion picture staring Sally Struthers as Gladys, and Albert Brooks as Moshe.

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  3. lmfao. pure genius.

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  4. These are hard times.

    The generally sartiorally elegant Spense had no pocket square and substituted an envelope from the night stand at the holiday inn.

    -GB

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  5. He "applauds the decision" as if anyone gives a shit about what he thinks.

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  6. And Tom Hanks as Spencer with Danny Glover as his investigation Hank.

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  7. The Cayman Islands actually used his videos in their deliberations-ignore the haters Spenny-they just be jealous of Da Spencer Man.

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  8. For sure, Aronfeld is one of a kind-in a sea of cheap suits-he's a creative standout. What's his deal-is from Miami? Is he Cuban?

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