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Category: Commentary

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01/07/10

Permalink 12:51:53 pm, by Melba
Categories: Commentary

What do people remember most of 2009?

I’m sure if you asked 100 people to give one adjective to describe the year 2009 for them you would get 100 different words. Our answers will naturally depend on what took place in our lives on a personal basis. Someone that lost a loved one may say it w… more »

01/06/10

Permalink 03:20:40 pm, by Skillachi
Categories: Commentary

The AA Crash at Norman Manley

Ok so in another news item that I had to refrain myself from posting due to it being... well bad news. Essentially what had happened was an American Airlines plane (Flight 331) had ran off the run way at the Norman Manley International Airport here in JA… more »

12/31/09

Permalink 07:29:41 pm, by Melba
Categories: Business, Commentary

Jamaica's 2009 Inflation

Financially, this year 2009 has been a very challenging year. We all had to learn to ‘tighten we belts’, ‘Stretch what ever we had’ and sometimes ‘tun we han mek fashin’. A lot of people lost their jobs. Those that kept theirs dared not ask for pay incre… more »

12/30/09

Permalink 09:04:39 pm, by sweets
Categories: Commentary

Tax Disease

Taxomolytist On Thursday, December 17, 2009 there was an out break of Taxomolytist ( poorman disease- implementation of taxation of every possible striking thing you can think of) it took me two full days to go through the list of items that will attract… more »
Permalink 08:05:35 pm, by Skillachi
Categories: Religion, Culture, Commentary

How the new year is celebrated in Jamrock?

Throughout the world everybody has their own methods of celebrating the new year. We all know of the chinese new year which involves that parade throughout the street and the dragon costumes and fireworks. There is also the New York new years celebration… more »
Permalink 02:35:39 pm, by Melba
Categories: Commentary

Happy New Year

Christmas has come and gone and all the excitement of Christmas is over. I must say I tried very hard to get into the spirit of the season but to be honest I don’t think I fully made it. Yes, the home was decorated; the Christmas tree is up, all the fami… more »

12/26/09

Permalink 04:12:19 pm, by Skillachi
Categories: Culture, Commentary

Cooking and eating for Christmas

As we all recover from yesterdays immence food intake, I started thinking about all the preparation that came in with the christmas cooking. Now I am one of the lucky few people who get to eat 2 christmas dinners :) (one for my mom's side and one for my… more »
Permalink 02:28:06 am, by Skillachi
Categories: Sports, Commentary

Errol Kerr - Jamaican Skier

In yet another story of Jamaicans capabiloity to survive and be completely epic no matter where we are, I am forced to highlight a Jamaican skier named Errol Kerr. Now of course once you hear about Jamaicans being competitive in the snow/ice the first th… more »

12/21/09

Permalink 07:10:50 pm, by Melba
Categories: Politics, Commentary

Jamaican’s Unbearable Tax Package

Once the initial shock from the new tax package with increased General Consumption Tax (GCT) of 17.5% announcement wore off and the implications of what it will really meant to every Jamaican (especially the poor) sank in, I was very upset. All weekend ‘… more »

12/18/09

Permalink 05:14:28 pm, by Melba
Categories: Politics, Commentary

General Consumption Tax (GCT) Increases Effective January 01, 2010

Yesterday December 17, 2009, the Minister of Finance, Mr. Audley Shaw announced in parliament that effective January 01, 2010 the General Consumption Tax (GCT) which is presently 16.5% will be increased to 17.5%. Not only will the GCT be increasing but t… more »

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The Small Sandal Shop

A married couple was on holiday in Jamaica. They were touring around the marketplace looking at the goods when they passed this small sandal shop.

From inside they heard the shopkeeper with a Jamaican accent say, "You!

Foreigners! Come in, come into my humble shop."

So the married couple walked in.

The Jamaican said to them, "I have some special sandals I think you would be interested in. They make you wild at sex."

Well, the wife was really interested in buying the sandals after what the man claimed, but her husband felt he really didn't need them, being the sex god he was.

The husband asked the man, "How could sandals make you into a sex freak?"

The Jamaican replied, "Just try them on."

Well, the husband, after some badgering from his wife, finally gave in, and tried them on. As soon as he slipped them onto his feet, he got this wild look in his eyes, something his wife hadn't seen in many years!

In the blink of an eye, the husband grabbed the Jamaican, bent him

violently over a table, yanked down his pants, ripped down his own pants,and grabbed a firm hold of the Jamaican's hips.

The Jamaican then began screaming; "YOU GOT THEM ON THE WRONG FEET!!!"

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