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Pepperpot: Don't they ever learn?

BY EVA JEAN

Friday, August 08, 2014    

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The father and married man was caught shelling down the Dream Weekend parties in Negril with the young hottie. Caught by none other than his 17-year-old daughter who had told him and mommy that she would be spending the weekend with a friend. Imagine the shock! But while she has been cold shouldering him since, she can't say anything to mommy because she was not supposed to be there!

Congrats to Neville 'Bertis' Bell

My girls have implored me to congratulate Neville 'Bertis' Bell on receiving the Order of Distinction (OD). Neville is our favourite TV personality and the honour is well-deserved.

Bye-bye, Mt Rosser!

I can't wait to sample the new Linstead-Moneague highway, $200 or not. It's not a little suffer I suffer traversing the Mt Rosser treachery that passes for a roadway to the north coast. I sympathise with the Faith's Pen vendors who feel hard done by, but every time I remember the night stuck on the hill for three hours, I say the bypass should have come long ago.

Batting for top cop

The powerful one is said to be batting for a certain person to be police commissioner. Nothing wrong with that, except that he wants to put his claws in the top cop. That could be bad.

A drought of ideas

The one who boldly proclaimed that the drought would not be broken before year-end should be fired! How can we have any confidence in his pronouncements on weather conditions after this?

Question of the week?

Is the JLP in Oppose! Oppose! Oppose! mode or what?

pepperpot@jamaicaobserver.com

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