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05/13/19 01:59 PM #16636    

 

George Nelson (1989)

Hello forum, it is a beautiful day. It is the day after Mother's Day and the time is right for everyone to be on the forum.


05/13/19 02:29 PM #16637    

Junior Logan (1977)

George how you doing my friend? Hope you took care of the mothers in your life yesterday and take some credit for making a mother out you wife lol. I think everybody is still getting over  yesterday. I have been following the tri-nation series and it seems Bangladesh has WI number. I think they need to drop Fabian Allen from the squad and include Chase. Also Ambris and John Campbell need to be in the side. How come they did not give Campbell another shot after he made 160+ in the first game. My world cup11 would be Gayle, Campbell, Hope, Ambris, Hetmeyer, Russell, Holder, Chase/Nurse, Roach, Cottrell, Thomas. What you think?


05/13/19 02:32 PM #16638    

Junior Logan (1977)

Any new development with the policeman issue in Old Harbour? Seems like it is getting more complicated every day..


05/13/19 02:35 PM #16639    

Junior Logan (1977)

Scary, what's your take on the Jamaica forex. Should I buy, sell or hedge! lol On a more serious note, how do you as an investor plan with such frequent fluctuations in the currency?


05/13/19 04:22 PM #16640    

 

George Nelson (1989)

Sir Logan,

I agree with you with the cricket.....Cornwall should have been in the team. Campbell has a back problem, that is why is is not in the starting eleven.


05/13/19 04:24 PM #16641    

 

George Nelson (1989)

Junior Logan (1977)

Scary, what's your take on the Jamaica forex. Should I buy, sell or hedge! lol On a more serious note, how do you as an investor plan with such frequent fluctuations in the currency?

I will leave it to the expert....this will mad the average persons dwl.


05/13/19 04:25 PM #16642    

 

George Nelson (1989)

Junior Logan (1977)

Any new development with the policeman issue in Old Harbour? Seems like it is getting more complicated every day..

It look like thief a investigate thief....Lord have mercy.


05/14/19 04:23 PM #16643    

 

Donovan Wilson (1980)

Greetings STETHSANS!

Wesley, give us a report on the Bob Marley celebrations that you hosted!

The STETHS WiFi project is back on the front burner thanks to the initial contribution from you Sir!

To the rest of the team, I am going to have to pass through more often.

Peace out.


05/15/19 09:56 AM #16644    

 

George Nelson (1989)

Good morning forum.

Super Don big up your self. Everybody else, blessings.....it is a beautiful day.


05/15/19 10:27 AM #16645    

 

Wesley W Wright (1975)

Howdy everybody:

How yuh all doing?

The murders continue in the Jamrock; young, middle aged, or old, it does not matter. Sometimes when I read about these shootings my blood literally gets hot. Is this going to be the new normal?

The road fatalities continue too; with no end in sight. You are not safe in your home, in you car, at school, or at the shop/bar playing dominoes.

Did anyone see the breakup of the Mobile Reserve happening? I am not saying that these police officers are saints/angels but sutting down that whole division may be a big mistake. My brother worked for the Mobile Reserve motorcycle patrol unit (Honda Base) for more than 15 years before moving to New York.

Super Don:

Good to hear that the STETHS WiFi Project is progressing; hopefully when we have another reunion we should have a fast and reliable WiFi all around the campus.

The Bob Marley Memorial Music Festival went well, but was acutely affected by bad weather. It rained all night Friday night which left the grassy area water-logged. The rained threatened all day Saturday; we had a brief shower at about 2PM and a heavy downpour at 5:30 PM that ended the event.  All that rain did not stop Winsome Waite and her friends, Dannett, a few co-workers and their families from having a great time; listening to Bob Marley music, playing dominoes, playing Bob Marley trivia, and narating excerpts of Bob Marley's life and legacy. We had an international audience; attendees hailed from Botswana, Kenya, Ghana, the USA & Jamaica. Plans are already underway for next years event.

 


05/16/19 10:14 AM #16646    

 

George Nelson (1989)

Good morning forum.

Today is going to be a beautiful day.


05/16/19 10:19 AM #16647    

 

George Nelson (1989)

Scary,

I just cannot understand these politicians here in Jamaica, they magnified the word hyprocrisy.


05/16/19 11:12 AM #16648    

 

Wesley W Wright (1975)

Howdy everybody:

How yuh all doing?

George: Hail up Boss.

There are so many things going on in the world but there are two in particular that seem to affect Jamaica and many parts of the world similarly:

1. Water Shortage

2. Abortion

Water Shortage : The PM says water crisis could worsen and wants to solve the problem in the short-term by trucking water to affected areas. The PM may be correct in his short-term diagnosis of the water problem but is really over looking an opportunity to come up with a long term solution. Of all the water storage facilities in the Corporate Area (Mona, Constant Spring, Hope, Seaview) only Seaview is operating at capacity; all the others are operating at about 50% of capacity or demand (I am not quite sure). But you know something, trucking water is a much easier way of funneling money to political cronies than developing long-term solutions to the water problem

Abortion: Abortion is a very touchy subject and everybody has their own view of whether or not the procedure should be done. I have always said that I do not like abortion but my view as to whether or not it should be outlawed is nuetral. Firstly a woman/couple must have a darn good reason why they want to terminate, kill, abort their unborn child. Secondly many of the procedures used are very risky and the risks are well known, yet both early and late-term abortions are as popular as ever. Thirdly the numbers of abortions performed world-wide and in the USA especialy are staggering! Why is it that so many abortions are being performed? And why are so many women so proud to broadcast every abortion that that have done? Years ago when the birth-rate in the USA started to decline, many reasons were suggested, but at that time the abortion numbers were not widely reported. It should be clear today that one of the reasons for the continued decline in the birth-rate and births in general may be the very high number of abortions being performed. I am not sure what ethnic groups perform the most abortions, but if you go by just observations the Latinas appear to be the most fertile groups in Uncle Sam Land. Could it be that they are not performing many abortions? For a while the black race in America was the second largest group but declining birth-rates among blacks now put us in a distant 4th or 5th behind the Latinas and Asians. I would not be surprised if high numbers of abortions among blacks are playing a role in this decline.

The latest law passed by the State of Alabama General Assembly and signed into law by the Governor may be a signal of what is in store for legalized abortion. The US Supreme court now has a conservative majority and if new anti-abortion laws such as the one passed in Alabama are brought to the court, they may overturn Roe v. Wade. Imagine the same (or almost the same) court that legalized same sex marriage may also outlaw abortion. It is almost two extremes when it comes to children; same-sex unions cannot produce a child while outlawing abortion may allow any child conceived to have a good chance at being born. An abortion-rights civil war may be in the making in America.


05/20/19 01:30 PM #16649    

 

George Nelson (1989)

It is a beautiful day.....good afternoon forum.


05/22/19 11:50 AM #16650    

 

Wesley W Wright (1975)

Howdy everybody:

How yuh all doing?

George: How Forum dead so? Not a single post since Monday; I know the level of activity of this Forum is driven by events, events such as elections, politics, shock events, natural disasters and the like. Also there are certain Sonians who when they Post they magnetically attract other Sonians.

Weh everybody deh?


05/22/19 04:40 PM #16651    

 

George Nelson (1989)

Wesley,

Mi deh pan forum every day, almost every hour dwl. Mi notice sah people quiet so mi tell mi self sah mi a go keep mi beak close fi a while and watch what a gwan dwl.

Scary,

A certain stock started trading on the local stock market today and it went up by 28% in one hour....I don't know what it will close on today but it look like a brilliant start. Mi call mi wife and told her fi mek we cash in and earn 28% pan wi investment dwl. Guess what she say to me? She say boy go weh!! no no no.


05/23/19 08:27 AM #16652    

 

Radcliffe Walters (1984)

Happy labour day to all on the rock.Whether,you are going to the beach, working or just chilling, do enjoy. I know for some people, everyday is labour day, well someone did say no rest for the wicked  


05/23/19 12:46 PM #16653    

 

Donovan "Scary" Walker (1983)

Bishop,

Good day sir.

I would take 28% on my money any day and anytime my friend. I would even take 10% and still be super happy...lolol


05/23/19 01:04 PM #16654    

 

Donovan "Scary" Walker (1983)

Slogan,

I was away for a few days, I just saw your question regarding the Ja$ forex market.

As an investor you will would go crazy if you don't have LC contract set up with the bank.

The best way for any investor if to have some forwarding contracts. With gyration of the dollar the investor and the consumer would go crazy, if investor was to change their price to match with the daily/weekly/monthly movement/changes of the Ja$/USD.


05/23/19 01:20 PM #16655    

 

Donovan "Scary" Walker (1983)

Wesley,

I am back, but Mr Peter Parkin seems like he is taking a respite...lolol

The women world cup starting next month and Jamaica reggae girls will be making some noise, Miss Shaw is going to show the world that one of the best female soccer player in the world is from Jamaica


05/23/19 01:24 PM #16656    

 

Donovan "Scary" Walker (1983)

I wonder what the new bill going to look like

New NIDS Bill by year-end

 

05/23/19 01:42 PM #16657    

 

Donovan "Scary" Walker (1983)

Pawsta,

What is going on in the west?

Seems like Mobay full a rats and puss lolol...that is 2 foot puss....lolol

The mayor was having trouble with crime and now it seems like puss dem gone so the rats really tek ova....lolol

 


05/24/19 12:20 PM #16658    

 

George Nelson (1989)

Ok...forum is back to normal dwl.


05/24/19 12:26 PM #16659    

 

George Nelson (1989)

Scary,

Big up yuh self. Weh Peter P deh?

Soldgie,

Nuff respect. Wesley a wah dat a gwan over neck of the woods? A pure name calling a gwan dwl....Sir Logan was right from morning, his prediction is slowly coming to fruition.

Face,

yuh ready fi di big final? One a wi a go bawl at the end of the game....mi hope a no mi dwl.


05/24/19 12:31 PM #16660    

 

George Nelson (1989)

Donovan "Scary" Walker (1983)

I wonder what the new bill going to look like

New NIDS Bill by year-end

 
 
Mi deh yah a wanda as well boss. Now that it will be going to joint select committee the opposition will be quite ok now, dem a fi get a piece of the pie too dwl. 

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