Rain, crowd and gold

Friday, June 01, 2018

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My friends, I hope you all remember that the hurricane season starts today. We all have hope for a quiet one, but using last year as the guide, look out for a whole heap of rain (24) and flooding (30). We hope, however, that no lives will be lost.

But look what happen to big Puerto Rico. Death (3) toll move from 64 to 4,600. It's sad that dem can't get the maths right in that US territory.

What a big (33) crowd (25) last night at the premier event on the social calendar — The Jamaica Observer Food Awards. Keep up the good work O-Team!

Mi really sad that one man (23) cause the 4x100m Olympic team to lose their gold (32) medals. But such is life. We hope this will be an example to all athletes.

I could not believe when the goat (35) buck the little one beside it right onto the main road. It neva look like it was playing at all.

Why give so much time to the controversial American parson (28)? People apparently have time to waste.




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