• stfree

    Sorry to hear that. The Star is on my no-go list. Nice knowing you.

    • //insidecostarica.com/ Timothy Williams

      It won’t be the same Star after the merger. I would be disappointed, personally, if you don’t at least give it a chance. I am asking anyone who has been a loyal reader of mine for the past several years to follow me to the Star and give it a chance. If for any reason I am not allowed to do the same type of reporting I do here – I know for a fact that won’t be an issue – but if it were to happen, trust me, my name won’t be on it for long.

      • stfree

        Solely based on my respect for you, I will reserve judgement. If you can move the old Star away from it’s propensity for National Enquirer level journalism, I’ll be a delighted and dedicated reader. Good luck.

        • duke ster

          Of course we respect your freedom to choose but personally I like the exciting upfront stories and opportunities to voice my opinion on a greater subject matter. More stories, more news, more JUICE!

  • jahjan

    Sounds to me like a good consolidation. Congratulations on your vision and goals!

  • duke ster

    As long as you keep My Man Timothy… I am good with it !

    • //insidecostarica.com/ Timothy Williams

      Yes sir! You’ll “see” me at the Star on Monday!

  • duke ster

    More stories, more JUICE, more of what is going on. I personally want to see more reporting on the people who actually live and work or interplay in Costa Rica.
    The stories are more interesting even if they are about Jimmy Brown and his sand rails ( an old Volkswagen frame which is made into a hot rod and customized) which he makes out there in Cuidad Colon. Stories about the poets, artists, people in general.
    I heard that there is a company which has a building full of telemarketers who are the largest conglomeration of young tattooed guys and girls together in one spot…on earth?I mean large evil skulls, Demons, horrible images etc.
    Well supposedly it is true, and who knew there were that many tattooed people living in Costa Rica anyway.
    Is it possible that these people are members of a satanic cult? I mean how does such a large group of crazy demonically inspired tattooed people ( like maybe 100 or more on all shifts together) gather in one building -at one company? In Tiny Costa Rica?
    Perhaps the word goes out among the covens that such and such a company is hiring if you speak English and pays well and so and so of our coven is the manager so come in and start working.
    If you send an undercover reporter into this company and get a story it would be GREAT reading.
    But there is also the very real danger that the reporter could be discovered and never be heard from again.
    Think it couldn’t happen? You are living in a cocoon then.

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