Wednesday, May 07, 2008

The matter is currently in litigation.

As island time obeys a different and much slower speed then most places in the world, and the French legal system is renown to be efficiently and ludicrously bureaucratic, he may decide to find a different road before he dies of natural causes.

May justice reign.


  1. Anonymous8:11 AM

    How frustrating to have to put your hope into a legal system.

    Long live the island!

    Have you read Island by Aldous Huxley? I think you might like it. It ends with a conviction that spiritual truth is most essential, rather than earthly fate.

  2. yea, but i think that is part of life, working, fighting, fixing, enjoying, cooking, eating, and learning through it all.

    Haven't read him yet, I will have to take a peek.

  3. Islands do things at their own pace, which is generally far slower than the mainland they belong to. If however you are unfortunate to encounter French administration overseas then the only thing to do is to be stubborn and annoying until you get the result you want. It also helps if you can physically be there and threaten not to budge until someone DOES something. Good luck / bonne chance! No one does red tape like the French.


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