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Football / Re: RIP Daft Trini
« on: April 05, 2013, 03:32:54 PM »
rip bro

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General Discussion / Re: Help Jah Gol finish his MBA
« on: March 27, 2013, 01:47:53 PM »
done, good luck bro :beermug:

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General Discussion / uk trinis
« on: July 31, 2012, 09:53:33 AM »
anybody planning to visit, the Trinidad culture village?



http://www.trinbagovillage.com/

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General Discussion / Re: Which Part of T&T yuh from?
« on: February 20, 2012, 12:24:11 PM »
Wendel Mottley was my neighbour.  Yuh know his house near the old quarry?

Daiz Cantaro yuh talking about....!!


Yea dats Cantaro.... I from Cruz also  :beermug:

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General Discussion / world's strictest parents
« on: October 30, 2011, 02:31:02 PM »
anyone have a link for the trinidad episode?

 :beermug: :beermug:

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Football / Re: Manchester Derby
« on: October 23, 2011, 02:39:34 PM »
is about time, afta a lucky escape last week   :rotfl: :rotfl:,

I eh no city fan, but love seeing united get a beating.   :devil:

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Football / Re: Wiltshire wants to play for ‘Warriors’
« on: September 14, 2011, 04:44:25 PM »
This guy is nothing special, if he was I would have said, ok give him a shot again.
 
Earl Carter will soon drop him because he have no discipline.

he have oliver back in the team, sound like they getting ah fete match side, where arnold and marlon warner..... :cursing:

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Football / Re: Flex's mother passed away.
« on: May 22, 2011, 07:42:08 AM »
thoughts and prayers with you and your family, bro

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General Discussion / Re: Circus Clown
« on: March 23, 2011, 04:36:14 PM »
real sad state, see de youth man lighting up to.. ???

i always tell de misses some things worth sitting in jail for, i eh know what de girl do or didn`t do but dat not right on no level

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Football / Re: Fenwick lays the axe on Oliver
« on: March 22, 2011, 02:50:34 PM »
i a big fan of marvin, love to watch de man play ball... but he neva had de discipline is every year de man playing in these minor thing, i know when he use to play in de cantaro league was neva bout no money, de man use to play for beers, i remember sitting on de block with these men and they blazing real weed and talking bout de pro games for next day

2 men i wish cuda rep trini was marvin and marlon warner, but both men want it dat bad.


all de best in the future bro, i know a next pro team will pick u up ( not sure if thats a good thing for de game though)

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Football / Re: One of T&T's unsung heroes recognized today.
« on: February 20, 2011, 06:13:41 AM »
kool, thanks bro, was just a bit curious.   :beermug:


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Football / Re: One of T&T's unsung heroes recognized today.
« on: February 19, 2011, 08:48:59 AM »
Cooper was also a trainer for a national under 16 team which was packed with talent such as Russell Latapy, Clint Marcelle, Colin Rocke, Ansley Weeks and Ross Russell and played some role in developing these players. He mentioned that he was and still is shocked that Collin Rocke was never called up by Trinidad and Tobago senior team and that the midfielder was a more complete player than Latapy and Marcelle. Coops said “You could have put him anywhere on the field and when it came to dribbling he had the tools as well.”  Coops further added that Rocke, Marcelle and Latapy use to terrorize defences and they where the three top midfielders in the country at that time.

Great read, Anyone that was involved with San Juan team- good with me.

coops, did you pick Rocke for the B team? I`m to young to know those days, if you didn`t any reasons??


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Football / Re: Gattuso's antics
« on: February 16, 2011, 04:53:31 AM »
Allyuh doh know what the assistant on the sideline said/did to provoke Gattuso's anger.  

Two sides to every story.  

Zidane head butt a man in he chest normal normal in a world cup final and real man jump to his defense and say Matterazzi deserve it...

Chances are Gattuso was just being an idiot, but if the assitant was throwin' talk, he hadda take he choke and cool it...In the heat of the action, all that in it...I eh know about the headbutt after the game but in the heat of the moment doh hide behind a bench and provoke a man who blood done hot...or else yuh lookin' fuh ting, and yuh just as guilty.

Gattuso's behavior in general throughout the game was very questionable though I have to say.  

Flamini's tackle was inexcusable....

Nah Kicker... no offense but yuh talking shit dey.

First off man was defending Zidane and beating up Matterazzi because of the respective reputations involved.  Matterazzi was ah ass from long time while Zidane was nothing but class.  People correctly presumed that Matterazzi was at fault for provoking the incident.

Here Gattuso is ah next one with assholish tendencies... and regardless of Joe Jordan's reputation, how the ass you go bring yuhself to chuck a member of staff on another team??  Is not another player on the field we talking about.  At no point in either incident did Jordan approach Gattuso, Gattuso approached him both times... and both times without Jordan threatening in a physical manner he put he hands (or head) on the man.

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Mukumsplau... I doh know nutten about Jordan, but this quote is pretty funny, lol

Quote
Final word tonight goes to Sky pundit Graeme Souness, who after congratulating Spurs on their win, describes Gattuso as "a disgrace" who's not even a particularly good footballer and well past his sell-by date. "I would love it if Gennaro Gattuso was locked in a room for five minutes with Joe Jordan," he says to Jeff Stelling, the implication abundantly clear that only one man would walk out when the door was unlocked and he wouldn't be an Italian.

http://www.guardian.co.uk/football/2011/feb/15/milan-tottenham-hotspur-live


Souness call de man a DOG, not no disgrace.

Gattuso to me was neva a baller, i remember him in scotland and with Salernitana how milan decide to take him.... i eh know, hopefully he get something like a 10 match ban,


de ref deserve a bad too, cause how he let de game flow like that


on a next note F&^%K crouch he is a blasted cheat, F&%king long good for nothing.

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yu ha to admire de man though, he even bleach de darkers...    :rotfl: jackass

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General Discussion / Trinidad embassy- really make yu feel like yu home
« on: January 28, 2011, 02:46:18 PM »
I try callin de friggin embassy today and after listening to de machine go on and on about de options only to find they eh have an option for what i what they decide to transfer me to 'someone who can help'


afta de blasted phone ring 2 times, a recording come up 'this mission is very busy at the moment, please leave yu name and number and we will get back to you asap' and then cut meh call.... wtf ???

de hard part was i call 2 days befor and leave all de info and still no call, was de ass goin on, i know is de trini embassy but yu eh have to treat me like i trying to call a f%^king government office back home.  :banginghead: :banginghead:


i so vex i forget is de embassy in london

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General Discussion / Re: WOMAN COP KILLS 2 BANDITS
« on: October 23, 2010, 02:41:50 PM »
2 less pest on the street, yea is somebody daugther dat dead but de ppl deh was distressin is ppl child too and mabe have child themself, well done officer 

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Football / Re: Stern John close to Palace return
« on: October 02, 2009, 10:35:45 AM »
anybody looking to take a few games when stern back in action?   :beermug:

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Football / Re: Under 20s work out at Sheffield Training Centre
« on: August 25, 2009, 01:59:09 PM »
whose the white boy? and is Thomson with the team?

Sean De Silva

Thomson was not named on the squad.


wait de white boy as in #8? dats de sliva, he eh look nothing like a few years ago boy and de fellar put on size, i rememeber he lookin skinny skinny wit he long hair.



and G what bout ~#15 sulivan?

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General Discussion / Re: NEWEST WARRIOR
« on: August 14, 2009, 12:53:58 PM »
I am proud to announce the arival of

Maxwell D. Friday

8.1lbs (3661),  21 inches (53.34 cm)

arrived on Thursday 13th August 2009.

Yes I am the proudest Father right now.
 


congrats bro.


i myself have a new warrior on board, born 8th aug, lady warrior 6.13 lb, take de advice and get some rest in now cause for de last 4 days i get mabe 6hrs sleep in total, .......

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Football / Re: Stern signs for Crystal Palace
« on: July 30, 2009, 05:58:25 AM »
:applause:

Since he was coming to London I would have preferred QPR...it right down the road, but say what... I just glad to see #14 playing at a level we know he's capable of. One year isn't the most stable, and won't do nothing to change the journeyman image, but after he buss up de net, it go make it easy for his long awaited return to the EPL

Let your boots do the talking Mr. Legend.


yea i wuda prefer him at QPR, cause dat right in my area, but i guess i heading south east this season.


gud luck bro  :beermug:

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Football / Re: T&T U-20s lose it late to Brazil.
« on: July 27, 2009, 11:07:46 AM »
anybody have a match report cause i`d like to see if there were changes towards the end of the game or something along that line.   :beermug:

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Jokes / tax code
« on: June 05, 2009, 03:01:10 PM »
 Hi there my friends hope you are having a wonderful day. Here is the new tax code in Trinidad


2009 Tax Code

 

 
 


The only thing that the Inland Revenue has not taxed yet is the male penis.




This is due to the fact that 69% of the time it is hanging around unemployed, 10% of the time it is hard up, 20% of the time it is pissed off,1% of the time it is in a hole.  On top of that, it has two dependents and they are both nuts!
 
HOWEVER, effective January 1st, 2009, the penis will now be taxed according to size:
 
The brackets are as follows:
 





 
 
 

10" - 12"
 
 Luxury Tax
 
 

£ 300.00
 

 
 

8" - 10"
 
 Pole Tax
 
 

£ 250.00
 

 
 

5" - 8"
 
 Privilege Tax
 
 

£ 150.00
 

 
 

3" - 5"
 
 Nuisance Tax
 
 

£ 30.00
 



Males exceeding 12" must file capital gains.
 



Anyone under  3" is eligible for a tax refund.
 
 
 
 
 
 

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Football / Re: U-20 prospects to replace senior team in WCQ's ?
« on: April 12, 2009, 12:11:51 PM »
i know curtis playin for de under 20 but i eh see him play, nice to see he name calling as a prospect


big up boyo.  :beermug:

U call yuh self a SJ supporter and u eh come 2 c boyo and Glenroy fly d SJ flag high.


yea i is a die hard SJ supporter, but seeing i no longer living in trini it kinda hard to come out and see em :beermug:. if u willing to sponser a lil flight it eh no scene to come see em  ;D :angel:


but big up to de SJ boys, boyo is meh bredda so keep yu head up and stick to de training doh leh ppl fight u fam.



so we starting a get JP a ticket from heathrow to pos  ;D

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Football / Re: U-20 prospects to replace senior team in WCQ's ?
« on: April 07, 2009, 09:43:09 AM »
i know curtis playin for de under 20 but i eh see him play, nice to see he name calling as a prospect


big up boyo.  :beermug:

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General Discussion / Re: Human Trafficking.
« on: January 06, 2009, 07:05:34 AM »



http://www.guardian.co.tt/news9.html


Warning! There are human traffickers in Trinidad
by Yvonne Baboolal

Have you notice in the last year that more people went missing and never found than kidnapping ????


A chilling warning is being sent out to mothers of young daughters, to women in general, and even sons to be on the lookout for human traffickers in T&T.

Human traffickers are on the prowl, looking to lure children and women to sell them abroad for big money.

“Children, because they live longer, are sold for over $200,000. Adults can fetch as much as $100,000. They are mostly used as sex slaves and sometimes for slave labour.

“Sometimes, they are used to make pay-offs in the drug trade,” a well-placed source told the Sunday Guardian.

Men owing drug lords are being lured into capturing humans, who will be sold for payment of their debts.

A well-placed police source believes, though, that the trade is in its early stages.

A source, pleading for anonymity for fear of his life, said victims were drugged almost immediately after capture and their cellphones switched off.

A Sunday Guardian investigation revealed that the lucrative human trafficking ring was operating in the Cascade/St Ann’s area, between Sangre Grande and Tunapuna, Diego Martin and in South.

Women have mysteriously disappeared from the Cascade area without a trace during the past year, and several straying young boys have vanished from the streets of San Fernando.

The clandestine local trade, which operates through a well-organised network and is supported by several powerful agencies, is linked to an international human trafficking ring.

Even some policemen are convinced that there is a human trafficking ring in Trinidad, and they suspect that a number of missing persons have been victims of the trade, but they were reluctant to say more.

Acting Commissioner of Police James Philbert could not be reached, while Deputy Commissioner Gilbert Reyes was in an all-day meeting on Thursday and Friday, we were told.

No calls were returned.

Even an officer from the Special Anti-Crime Unit of T&T said he could not divulge information on the matter.

Immigration officials were not helpful either.

Big businessman involved

Fingers are pointing at a popular Trinidad businessman, who has been described as “the big man” in the human trade.

“He’s popular. He is also linked with other businessmen across the country.”

This information was unearthed after a female relative of a man went missing several months ago. The man said his family, desperate for answers, launched their own investigation with the support of a police officer and local private investigators.

They have the information, but are selective with whom they share it, and are still trying to unearth more information before they meet with National Security Minister Martin Joseph and the acting Commissioner of Police James Philbert.

Their fear is that they “don’t know who to trust,” and that’s why they are moving so cautiously.

A spokesman from the newly formed Missing People Association (MPA) said their own investigations had revealed that people abducted were shipped out to foreign countries where foreign languages are spoken thus making escape difficult.

MPA’s investigations also revealed that those abducted are shipped via points from Moruga, Cedros, Sea Lots and Chaguaramas.

“T&T is not on the list of countries known for human trafficking, and criminals here are taking full advantage of that. Notice there has been a decline in kidnappings and an increase in missing persons?” the spokesman added.

“Criminals realise human trafficking is now more lucrative than kidnapping.”

The spokesman said after months of probing, they discovered that while “big men” are behind the ring, they sometimes pay ordinary people, including taxi-drivers and relatives, to lure victims, who are usually “well scoped out” first.

The trafficking also includes young women who are being brought into the country from Venezuela, Colombia and Guyana.

The women are held and forced into the sex trade, where they make porn movies and are sold as prostitutes by influential locals.

Money made from this is kept by the businessmen involved.

No anti-trafficking agency

Earlier this year, T&T’s chief of mission for the International Office of Migration (IOM), Tom Sinkovits, disclosed in a Guardian interview that there were cases of human trafficking in the Caribbean.

He said during the last two years he had been in Trinidad, he’d had reports of the trade.

According to another report from “US Government sources,” Trinidad was named as a place to which girls and women were trafficked.

The report also said Venezuela was a transit and destination point for the trafficking of men, women and children.

An IOM report said the organisation was working with the T&T Government to formulate legislation on human trafficking and to develop a coalition with the Government and non-governmental organisations to deal with the matter.

But a US Department of State report of 2007 said virtually nothing had been done by the T&T Government to combat human trafficking.

“The Government has not designated a specific agency to combat trafficking or sponsored any public awareness campaigns to address the issue during the year 2007.”

The report stated that the Government “continues to co-operate” with the IOM in a strengthening technical capacity project to bolster the capability of the Immigration Division and other law enforcement agencies.

Jamaica on alert

Jamaica is much more active in combatting human trafficking, however.

In a Jamaica newspaper last Thursday, an anti-trafficking group warned young Jamaicans to be on the alert during the Christmas season for human traffickers.

Sheila Nicholson, of the Anti-Trafficking Project, warned young people to be careful at private and public parties, as well as clubs and bars.

“Ruthless criminals who buy and sell human beings for large-scale profit use these seemingly safe situations to trick and trap victims who can end up in forced prostitution, or unpaid labour under brutal conditions.

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Football / Re: Naparima crowned Big Five 2008 Champions
« on: October 23, 2008, 12:36:25 PM »
congrats naps


but anybody know who score de most goals? molino or akiel, or are they equal?

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General Discussion / trini movie
« on: August 29, 2008, 02:01:19 PM »
anyone have a link for the movie men in gray? i think thats the name, it was supposed to be in 90.

dats de one where de lotto man jordon i think acted as a police


thanks  :beermug:

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General Discussion / Re: Jah Cure for Kojo Funeral in Port of Spain
« on: July 28, 2008, 01:49:15 PM »
nuff ppl talk bout de man life, most was thru, i knew de man personally and he was a drug dealer, thru he use to keep de san juan area in peace but it was for fear of him and also he handle de ppl of the area, i`m still suprised that de man was there alone, normally he does only move with soliders, i remember so much thhings wit de man and i liked him not his life style but he was kool wit me, de only thing now dat leave a big openin for somebody to step up i only hope it eh have alot of life loss for it.

but u live de life u die de death.

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Football / Re: Are the High Price of Boots Worth it?
« on: June 14, 2008, 04:45:35 PM »
i agree de to expensive, just thurs i pay £28 for a boots, dats my kinda range   :beermug:

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