KINGSTON, Jamaica -- The presence of the Rastafarian community was evident at the memorial service to honour the life of Nelson Mandela at the University of the West Indies (UWI) chapel Thursday.
The Rastafarians, decked in their trademark red, green and gold outfits beat drums and chanted before the official start of the ...more »
The talk doing the rounds is that the evil media fat cat needs to be spending more time tending to the bottom line instead of indulging in his favourite pastime — plotting against his competitors. If they are not careful, the red ink will continue to bleed until the fat old lady sings the blues.
Pining for the good old days
The fraudulent one has been telling close friends he now regrets dipping his hands in the till. He has let down admirers who were deceived by his holier-than-thou attitude and is finding it difficult to sleep because of stress. Now he is pining after the good old days when life was much simpler.
A lesson for Good Samaritans
Daryl Vaz might have learnt a lesson that all Good Samaritans should. Be careful how you jump to help any one because the way to hell is paved with good intentions. SSP James Forbes is learning that lesson too...the hard way!
Action, not a bag o' mouth
There are some who would like Minister Anthony Hylton to know that with all of the discussions, meetings and presentation papers, there comes a time when a bad decision is better than no decision at all...and that time is now.
Word is even street-side vendors are awaiting word about the IMF agreement. Can Dr Peter Phillips tell us clearly what is causing the hold up now?
Certainly not camera shy
People say they're a little tired of the lady who insists on calling the hosts before accepting social invitations, in order to find out whether or not there'll be photographers in the house. They say she only wants to go where the cameras go.
Question of the week
With number portability coming, who are the ones dying to switch and where are they planning to go?
(L-R) Dr Peter Phillips, Anthony Hylton and Daryl Vaz
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