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Watered-down policy?

Friday, August 10, 2012    

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People are saying that the NWC has assumed a vicious persona by rolling into neighbourhoods on a holiday weekend to disconnect people's water for amounts about which they know nothing. Some say they've even had their meters changed without their knowledge. It may be a new NWC policy, but word is that there's a new kid on the block who's desperate to earn some stripes. People hope a voice of experience will guide him before things go too far.

Doing it 'Jamaicanly'

Bolt, Blake and Weir! If people didn't know the definition of 'Jamaicanly' before, they sure should know it now. What a future for Warren Weir after beating the likes of Wallace Spearmon and Churandy Martina, who seems to think he is also American!

Check heads too

Many are wondering whether Team Jamaica travels with a psychologist for athletes who are having a bad day, don't know that they're injured or are devastated from the overwhelming agony of defeat.

Just a thought

Many agree there've been challenges uniting the Caribbean through commerce, trade and general co-operation, but not so with sport and more so the Olympics. So therefore, should Caricom agreements fall under the ministers of sport?

What's really up?

Talk around town is that the parish-wide shut down and the "possession" charge, among others, could be the result of delayed extraditions. Many say only time will tell.

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