Talk is cheap

By Eva-Jean

Friday, January 11, 2013

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The much-quoted analyst could come up with nothing more than recommend that Prime Minister Portia Simpson Miller do another speech to cover things not done in the earlier national broadcast. As if a speech can solve anything, or that one speech can cover everything! BTW, shouldn't analysts come up with suggested solutions instead of just describing the problems with which we are all familiar?

Buju Banton

Can the media people please stop giving false hope that Buju Banton is about to get out of jail and wait until he is out?! His supporters can be forgiven for doing so, but not intelligent media persons.

Bad start to the new year

We alerted you last year that it would happen sooner than later. Well, the philandering wife is out of the matrimonial home. The teenage girls are all for it, and the only one shedding tears is the five-year-old son who doesn't quite understand what is happening.

What's the story with Sean Paul?

The fuss over Sweed Susanne Persson's tell-all book making some very salacious allegations about Sean Paul is getting worse. Is it a ruse to sell the book, or is Sean Paul what the book says about him? What a preckeh.

Wishing Warren Weir a fine run

We were warmed by the thought of young Warren Weir, the Olympic 200m bronze medallist, proposing to his girlfriend Natalya on New Year's Eve. Here's a guy who wants to start the year right. We can only wish him and his fiancée a fine run with their love life. Clearly, not all celebrities want to run around.

Question of the week

Should a minister of government be saying that the country is broke and thus invite our creditors to come down on us?

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