Pepperpot - 'Mouth open, story jump out'


Friday, May 30, 2014

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MP Damion Crawford's 'Dutty Labourite' speech is a sure sign of how difficult it is to get the political tribalism out of Jamaicans, even the intelligent ones. His apology suggests that even he is bewildered by the fact that the words jumped so easily out of his mouth. Reminds you of Everald Warmington, doesn't it?

Homosexuals celebrating

The turnout at the gay party at the uptown location to celebrate the dismissal of Professor Brendan Bain was something to talk about. The high-fives and 'you go girl' greetings marked the event all night. Some were heard saying that the UWI "is all ours".

...The real danger to men who have sex with men

I don't say this just because I am a sister, but the campaign to legitimise homosexuality had better be careful. Legitimate activities such as human rights and the fight against HIV/AIDS are being infiltrated and taken over by gays who couldn't care less about human rights or what is driving the AIDS epidemic. It's not laws that's causing the spread, it's the worthless, irresponsible behaviour of some homosexuals who need to be reined in. They are the real danger to men who have sex with men... and the women they pass the disease on to.

Baby mama drama continues

The two guys are still fighting over who is the real father for the baby whose mother has told each of them secretly that it's his. It got out of hand recently when one man rushed the other at Emancipation Park where the mother took the baby for a stroll.

Question of the week

Is St James the new murder capital of Jamaica?




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