Archive for August, 2011

Trinidad and Tobago-State of Emergency

Trinidad and Tobago-State of Emergency

| August 30, 2011 | 2 Comments

In our twin island paradise crime, criminal behavior, and gang wars have been escalating over the past decade or so. Recently as a result of a series of homicides the Government of the Republic of Trinidad and Tobago has issued a state of emergency. As of today, eight days after it was put in place […]

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Friends with benefits: Is sex becoming a Cliché?

Friends with benefits: Is sex becoming a Cliché?

| August 29, 2011 | 0 Comments

The practice of having sex with someone, but only remaining friends with them is becoming very popular. Thus, is it that sex is getting so irrelevant that two people can just ‘do it’ with no strings attached? Are we saying that sex is now becoming more of a physical action than an emotional connection or […]

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Another Selector Gets Beat Up?!

Another Selector Gets Beat Up?!

| August 29, 2011 | 0 Comments

It was reported that Zip Disk Jock ZJ Wha Wa was beat up by members of popular Dancehall artist, Aidonia’s entourage at The Quad Night Club. This article will not go into the details of the incident but will instead just comment on the matter. Firstly, this is why selectors should not pledge allegiance to […]

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IS LOVE WITH MARRIED PEOPLE OFF LIMITS…?

IS LOVE WITH MARRIED PEOPLE OFF LIMITS…?

| August 23, 2011 | 0 Comments

It is a reality that some people do fall out of love and also some persons get married for the wrong reason such as religion, family pressure, and money and so on. And let us say that after they are married they fall in love with someone else or quite frankly with someone for the […]

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Ragashanti Outa Orda

Ragashanti Outa Orda

| August 23, 2011 | 0 Comments

When one door closes, another one indeed opens. Just when you thought popular radio host Ragashanti was finished, ‘him jus a kum’. Ragashanti may not be on mainstream radio but his loyal listeners are not missing him at all. Never fear when the internet is here. Ragashanti now operated his own radio station online. Not […]

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Double Standards

Double Standards

| August 22, 2011 | 0 Comments

It is no mystery that Michael Jackson, the world proclaimed King of pop went through many physical changes during his lifetime, more changes than the average person. Despite all of his changes, his fan base around the world, including his Jamaican fan base has always remained firm, being there for him through all his trials […]

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Khago And I Octane’s Breakup And Make Up

Khago And I Octane’s Breakup And Make Up

| August 16, 2011 | 0 Comments

Dancehall and reggae fans were shocked to find out that these two Rastafarian artists were at war with each other and even more shocked to find out that this feud is more personal than lyrical. This feud came to light when Khago did a counteraction song to I Octane’s ‘Ramp Wid Man”, entitled ‘Blood A […]

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THE ALLURE OF MARRIED MEN

THE ALLURE OF MARRIED MEN

| August 16, 2011 | 1 Comment

Why exactly is it that single ladies find married men attractive. I mean physically some of these men are quite hideous, and I am being nice, really. Maybe, because these men are already attached then they know it is impossible for them to be cheated on. Thus they are sure of the ‘package’ that they […]

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Trinidad: Trade Unions VS The Government

Trinidad: Trade Unions VS The Government

| August 16, 2011 | 0 Comments

In the past few months there has been a war between the Government of the republic of Trinidad and Tobago and the various Trade Unions within the country. The Trade Unions are demanding a ten percent increase in pay as well as additional benefits that have been owed to them for some time now. The […]

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The Legacy of Sir Frank Worrell Part 2

The Legacy of Sir Frank Worrell Part 2

| August 15, 2011 | 0 Comments

Sir Frank Worrell’s leadership continued even after his retirement from West Indies cricket. Frank Worrell served as Warden at Irvine Hall in the University of the West Indies from 1961-1967, was appointed to the Jamaican Senate and was knighted for his services to cricket in 1964. He went on to managing the West Indies Team […]

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