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General Discussion / Fish tanks
« on: February 22, 2013, 11:55:44 AM »
Hey Toronto guys,

Doing a small project at home and wanted to know if anyone on the forum living in and around the Tdot area have any fish tanks they want to give away/donate to the cause.  Any size from 20 gal to probably 150 gal.  Hit me a pm if you do and we could work something out.  Will be updating the DIY section in the coming months.  Should make for some good fun if the wife doh throw my a** out before it's completed LOL

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General Discussion / For the Canadian ppl - UnoTelly
« on: October 18, 2012, 06:49:08 AM »
Is anyone using UnoTelly vpn to access US TV/Video content unavailable in Canada?

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General Discussion / Anyone Remember ATNAS???
« on: November 29, 2011, 06:18:35 PM »
To Tallman and de mods alyu have any links of this trini christmas show?  I can't even remember the name, but when I was a kid I could remember every christmas they would have this christmas show and the main actor's tv name was ATNAS (Look in the mirror and tell me what you see LOL).

Wouldn't mind making a christmas tradition where I could show some trini shows to the canadian kids I have here LOL. :beermug: :beermug: :beermug: ;D ;D. (YES I knnow I old.)

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I'm in the process of making some changes to my basement and I'll keep everyone posted on the start date and the process.  Should make for a cool DIY Project

Also, this is to all local in or around my area, I'm downsizing my aquarium stock to move the tank to the basement.  If anyone is interested please hit me a PM and we can make some arrangements.

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Jack of All Trades (DIY) / Walkin closet DIY project
« on: January 14, 2011, 10:14:04 AM »
Anyone have pics or design ideas for walkin closet space??

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General Discussion / Tdot peeps - Position open - Business/Financial Analyst
« on: September 13, 2010, 09:26:07 AM »
Anyone in the Tdot looking for a Business/Financial Analyst position?  Hit me a pm and I'll put yu resume in.

Thanks

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General Discussion / Windows Deployment Services 2008
« on: August 12, 2010, 02:00:20 PM »
To my tech buddies out there,

What info can you give to me on the topic?  I'm in the process of deploying this service in the office, so let me know if you've seen anything strange or tips etc.

Thanks

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General Discussion / Earthquake
« on: June 24, 2010, 12:41:02 PM »
I'm a bit surprised that this is the first post for an earthquake in Canada....
I've been through a couple good one in the 80's in Trini but this is my first in Canada.

Well if alyu want to read more about it check de blog on Global and Mail

http://www.theglobeandmail.com/news/national/earthquake-shakes-central-canada-us/article1614941/

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General Discussion / Baby Update
« on: June 03, 2010, 11:11:08 PM »
Well friends, last year there were lots of babies born and I say is time for an update.

Little dragon growing up fass, I remember de other day, chile couldn't do anything.  All she wanted to do was eat, poop and sleep.  Now, is like she doh want to slow down.  6 Mths pass and she done want to walk/run/jump she way through childhood.

I have to say, it's been such a memorable 6mths and I can't complain and little dragon does only cry for 3 things, when she wet, when she hungry and when she want to be left alone.  For the winter I send de wife and little dragon to trini to take in some sun, when de chile come back she first words were MAMAAAAAAAAA, so ah loss dat bet wid de wife.

Anyway here are a bunch of pics I put together











Anyway who have babies hit us up wid ah update nah......

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General Discussion / Data Storage Solutions in Trini
« on: March 24, 2010, 12:01:37 PM »
Do we know if Trini have some sort of Data stogage facility like Iron Mountain or Recall? 

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General Discussion / Trinidad Gov't Have No Heart at all
« on: November 05, 2009, 11:36:10 PM »
Posted in the Express this morning.....3 ppl dead and dis fu*kin man worried bout going after de money......Shameless......I don't think I'll ever want to live home for any extended amount of time willingly....


Govt will seek to recover $.5m for damaged bridge

Ria Taitt Political Editor


Friday, November 6th 2009
 
 
 Government will be seeking to recover $500,000-the estimated cost of repairing the Bailey Bridge damaged yesterday at Macoya-from the owner of the truck which did the damage.

Works Imbert Colm Imbert said yesterday that the owner of the truck ’in law’ was liable. He said he had already received an estimate for repairs to the bridge of $500,000 . (Dis happened yesterday and he already have ah estimate for the Fu*kin thing.....Shameless)

’And we will be moving to recover it from the owner,’ he said. (BTW, de owner died in the FU*KIN CRASH)

He said it was regrettable that three people lost their lives. (Stinkin Mudda CU*T, By now alyu know my blood done hot)

A truck collided with the bridge at 1 a.m. yesterday, forcing the ministry to take the bridge out of service in order to conduct repairs.

Speaking at yesterday’s post-Cabinet news conference at the Diplomatic Centre in St Ann’s, Imbert said the bridge was well lit and there was proper signage when the accident occurred.

’It is the belief of those who have examined this accident that the truck was driving at an excessive speed,’ he said.

The ministry’s team conducting repairs was expected to complete their task by midnight and if all went well, the bridge should be back in service by then, Imbert said.

The Minister, however, stressed that a new bridge-a reinforced concrete bridge up to international standards, with a pedestrian walkway - was currently being constructed at that location. And that bridge is almost complete, he said, revealing that December 10 was the target date for its opening, ’by which time the Bailey Bridge would be removed and there should be free flow of traffic on the Churchill- Roosevelt Highway’.

On the damage to the Bailey Bridge at Balandra, Imbert said Government was currently assessing the cost, which would be very expensive.

’It has cost us millions of dollars to repair the bridge,’ he said.
 


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Entertainment & Culture Discussion / Best pic ever
« on: November 05, 2009, 03:23:57 AM »

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My tech brothers and sisters,

I have now hit a wall when it come to config. one of the mac's in the office to work with my exchange 2003/proxy settings.

Basically, when I enter the exchange information into entourage and create the necessary setting through the proxy, entourage will not connect (This is all through port 80).

When I take out the proxy information and leave it open, entourage works normally, but I am unable to connect to the internet.

I've gone over hundreds of sites saying the same crap, dat mac is crap and it not going to connect. 

Any help will be welcomed  :beermug:

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General Discussion / Dis is what I eating now
« on: May 07, 2009, 10:51:19 AM »
Capo is not tuna......Damn man


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Seeing the present economic situation the world is experiencing, would you move out there.  Just wanted to hear some opinions.  Me personally wouldn't care either way, I could deal with snow and all dat but, if the money good, I doh have ah chicken on a stick really.  Once I could get to watch my football on a Saturday, and internet for porn and downloading movies I good.

What alyu saying??

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Football / # 8 and James Reserve Game TFC vs. Chicago Fire
« on: October 21, 2008, 06:52:31 PM »
As Chinee and I was invited to watch the a TFC reserve game by WN’s very own #8, I say I might as well take some pics and give a little rundown of how the game progressed over the 90.  Now I’m no Touches so yu know nah.

It is common knowledge on de board that JJ was injured with a slight hamstring strain and is training/recovery until he’s back to full strength, but what isn’t know is that our very own WN poster # 8, (aka Markus Marshall) was also in training with the reserve team making a name for himself.  Big up to me boy for sticking to his dreams, working hard and lovin de game.

Before De Game

De drive down was uneventful and de only problem was deciding if we should pay $12 for parking and avoiding po-po.  After parking I didn’t realize dat the temp out side was dipping around 13 deg so it was flickin cold, and God only knows how I go make out when de sun go down and it have no shelter from de flickin wind.  So when we reach de Ex, I forget that TFC had dey final home game for de season, so I couldn’t beg #8 for no free tickets LOL…What me and Chinee end up doing was standing outside like two vagrants, gaping at all de woman dat pass by and watching de game through de gates (Chinee was only saying dat dem guyl doh stand ah chance wid him and how he go mash up anyone ah dem LOL, go brave boy). 

Anyway, TFC game done and dey beatup on Chicago so dat was good I guess.  We make we way to de players gate and some guard walking wid ah hop n’ drop brace we and telling we bout how we have to wait for another half hour so people at the game could leave.  So again what is left to do…..bodder woman and talk shit.

Match Time

Finally we reach pass mister hop n’ drop, and accompanied by ah little cutie Indian she show we where we have to sit.  Needless to say, chinee wanted to mashup de Indian gyul (I really doh know what was bodering Chinee nah).  Take we seat and waiting for 8 and JJ to come out.  Killed time gaping at some Spanish honeys sitting couple rows behind (Chinee have de pics of dem), not knowing dat de know Amado Guevara (big TFC player) and Guevara eventually made his way over and sat talking wid dem.   

Players finally come out and game about to start.  JJ was holding down de defense as usual and 8 was on de bench as a sub.  First half was exciting as everyone was trying for glory every time de touch de ball.  Few notables was 3 young boys for TFC dat as soon as dey touch de ball beat was sharing.  JJ was looking sharp, passing out blade in de back.  I guess he hamstring was feeling ok.

Halftime come and the temp now drop to about 5 deg. and both Chinee and I had no feelings in we fingers and toes. (Flickin Canada it isn’t even winter and it freezing already)  I couldn’t even think bout looking back at de Spanish guyl nah, my ass was cold and all I was thinking bout was to cuss JJ and 8 for inviting me to watch dem play.

Second half start and 8 on de field striking now.  #8 movements looked crisp and purposeful, and it looked like de coach gave him instructions to draw away the defense creating openings for the mids to run through etc.  #8 had a couple good chances, but I think the players around him was some real ball hoes and not even Jesus could have gotten ah pass from dem.  After watching TFC create a couple ah chances and #8 having a good game, I think the cold finally got to everyone and de ref blow de game and everyone had to find ways to get warm quick. 

Game Done, time to get warm

Chinee and I started to make tracks and finally after dogging a couple ah security guards and gapping at a couple hotties, we meet up wid 8 and JJ.  Take out a couple pics with the guys and it was time to go home.  All in all, the game was good.  It was a good showing from WN’s #8 and JJ, young prospects for TNT future.  Downside, it was too damn cold to play ball LOL.

Have a couple pics and some vids for alyu to take in.  I’ll try to keep alyu posted on #8’s progress and what he have going on.  I gone




 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 



 

 

 





 

 

 

 

 

 

 


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General Discussion / Ball Girl
« on: July 11, 2008, 11:43:31 AM »
Check thing out, I wah she on my team..... :devil: :devil: :beermug: :beermug:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4SqJz0NgnnE
Fake or not it still look good

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General Discussion / THE PLACES YOU MUST VISIT BEFORE YOU DIE
« on: March 05, 2008, 07:02:29 PM »
De wife have to be credited for dis find..... I read it an I just had to post, it doh have much to it but when you look at the places on de list yu jus know dat Trini is some place special and we from dey....

Travel
10 Places You Must Visit Before You Die: Part I
Travel in The Soko
http://www.thesoko.com/thesoko/content.html?name=News&file=article&sid=1294
 
There are some places you just have to visit in your lifetime! Jenny Ferguson reveals which ones.


How can you boil the world down into ten must see places?  The short answer is you can’t, and the long answer is to read on and find out why these cities made the list; there’s something unique and breathtaking about each one of them. 

Within each city you’ll find highlights of events, attractions, and experiences that make these cities the top 10!  This two-part special will not only delve into of the world’s greatest places, it will also open your eyes to other parts of the world. 

If you’ve seen 5 out of 10 of these places, consider yourself an avid traveler!  If you haven’t done much traveling, chances are one of these stellar locations may be just the place to take your next vacation! 

10)  New York City, USA 

New York is one of those cities you have to visit at least once. Although the Big Apple might not seem like something you’re interested in at first, it's something spectacular. Just think: you've got great shopping, great eats and great people with personality. Drop by the Metropolitan Museum of Art and check out the permanent collection.  My favourite is the Costume Exhibit! Once you’re done at the MET, head down to Times Square.

It’s not all about the main sights either: check out a movie, catch a show, take a walk through the park or admire the scenery. Your trip won’t be complete without a baseball game at Yankee Stadium. But hurry, they’re already building a new Yankee Stadium, set to open in 2009. 

9)  Paris, France

You haven’t lived until you’ve been to Paris! This iconic city of romance is a must. Paris will always be for lovers, with its beautiful palaces and amazing gardens, so make this a must-see with your significant other! The food is spectacular, especially the bread, the wine and the cheese.  It's worth going just to experience the food.

While in Paris you can spend your day sipping hot coffee as you stroll alongside the Seine, or you can walk around the downtown area, taking in the local busy scene and shop in the many little boutiques. 

The Louvre will always be my favorite museum; it used to be a luxurious residence for the royals! Notre Dame is another of Paris’ gems; go there at night to see it light up the Seine. But let’s not forget that Eiffel Tower, which will never cease to amaze!


8)  Cairo, Egypt 


Cairo, the most popular city in Africa, is unique. Egypt has been home to the Pharaohs, the Romans, conquered by Islam and briefly by the French. Situated near the infamous Nile river, Cairo has become the place in history where entire civilizations were born. If that doesn’t make a place special, I’m not sure what does!

The first thing which comes to everyone's mind when Egypt is mentioned are the Pyramids, which are not to be missed. Hit them up old school with a camel ride. Explore Khan El-Khalili, Cairo’s fantastic bazaar: from tea, to carpets to anything imaginable, can be found among the shops. Practice your haggling skills; you’re going to need them! 

7)  St. Petersburg, Russia


Peter the Great’s infamous city was built on a series of islands, sort of like Venice, so it’s a marvel to see.  Plenty of old history lives in St. Petersburg: from the numerous palaces to the Aurora, a ship which has come to symbolize the October Revolution.  And in St. Petersburg you can admire the twilight all night long, due to the “white nights” effect.  It’s perfect for a romantic stroll, or for admiring the beauty of the city at that fleeting time of day.   Here in Canada, we only get a few minutes of this marvel! 

Catch this twilight experience from May to July.  Like Paris’ Louvre, the Hermitage is not to be missed.  Their permanent collection is enormous and features some of Europe’s greatest pieces of art.  While you’re there, don’t forget to take in the rooms, and halls themselves; this once was the winter home for Russia’s ruling family! 

6) Trinidad and Tobago


A small set of islands in the southern Caribbean sparkles as the home of limbo and calypso. With a long history of slavery the population of Trinidad and Tobago is culturally diverse with African, European, Indian, Middle Eastern and Chinese cultures having left a significant mark on the country. 

Check out Carnival for a great expression of Creole culture: from food to dance, you’ll find it all here the week before Lent. Make sure you enjoy the country’s calypso music and I dare you to try to limbo! With a beautiful warm climate and a great vibe, Trinidad and Tobago make the top 10!

 
 

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General Discussion / Second Job
« on: December 28, 2007, 01:32:11 AM »
Jus thought that I would put this out here on de forum.....

I am an experienced painter looking to get back into the business.  If alyu know anyone who looking to paint dey home or room or anything drop me ah pm.  I am very professional and I doh charge too much LOL. :thumbsup:

 :beermug: :beermug: :beermug: :beermug: :beermug: :beermug:


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The Warrior Nation (Canada) in partnership with Tribal Rhythm Nation of the Toronto FC is excited to announce the 2nd Annual Family Fun Day and Small Goal Soccer Tournament to be held at the #2 Field of Sunnybrook Park on Sunday 26th August from noon to 5pm.

Read More....

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Football / How far dis thing going??
« on: June 13, 2007, 06:24:41 AM »
I jus wondering what de hell going on here, check dis out WN

Mark wants probe into PM's son

Anna Ramdass aramdass@trinidadexpress.com


Wednesday, June 13th 2007
 
 
 Government has denied a claim by Opposition Senator Wade Mark that Bryan Manning, son of Prime Minister Patrick Manning, has been granted some $4 million to start a basketball team.

Mark is calling for an enquiry into a number of cases which he claims reek of corruption when he spoke during his contribution to the Finance (Supplementary) Appropriation Bill 2007 at the Senate sitting at the Red House.

As he quoted from the Government's financial documents Mark questioned how was it possible for Cabinet to grant Manning's son $3.9 million to start a basketball company called the Trinidad and Tobago Pro League Limited.

He said he tried in vain to find information from the Registrar General's office on this company as there was none even though it was given a licence by the Basketball Federation.

"We want an investigation into $3.9 million that is being granted to the son of the Prime Minister to start a basketball team," he said.

Energy Minister Dr Lenny Saith in defence said that Mark was mistaken and money was paid to the pro football team and the Football Federation.  

So I jus wondering where dis 3.9m gone now ??? ??? ??? ???

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General Discussion / Converting Divx to Avi or Mpeg
« on: June 04, 2007, 07:20:07 PM »
My fellow techs and geeks, I am trying to convert some of my Divx movies to AVI....I find everything to convert from AVI to Divx but I want to convert from Divx to Avi......Any Ideas???

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General Discussion / To my fellow Tech Heads Help me wid dis one
« on: May 16, 2007, 01:01:45 PM »
I was jus trying to rap my head around dis one


Computers in AG's office may have been hacked

Anna Ramdass aramdass@trinidadexpress.com


Wednesday, May 16th 2007

 
 Attorney General John Jeremie yesterday admitted that fraudsters may have hacked into the computer system at his office last year.

"We have had difficulties with our computer system last year but we do not have the files of any public or any private citizens in relation to criminal matters in our files...so all that might have been hacked was information relevant to the Attorney General's office," said Jeremie at yesterday's Senate sitting.

Jeremie was responding to allegations raised by Opposition Senator Dr Tim Gopeesingh that the AG's computers were hacked into and the files of citizens who were victims of crime fell into criminal hands.

"I want the Attorney General to tell this House how many private files of citizens were made public and fell into criminal hands when his computer system was hacked into last year," said Gopeesingh, adding that the UNC knew that a secret investigation was conducted.

Jeremie responded that the Anti-Corruption Bureau had a separate system where such records were kept, adding: "I do not know what goes on in their system."


Now what ah saying is, what kinda system gov't running on?  Dey dohhave de systems networked wid firewall/dmz/sms protection or anything?  Some how I think dat it is a stand alone machine dat have a regular password on it, nuttin you have to update/use international standarts on etc....

What alyu think?

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Jokes / Balgobinn
« on: May 08, 2007, 09:08:48 AM »
MATH
 
TEACHER: Balgobin, why are you doing your math sums on the floor?
 Balgobin: You tell me to do it without using tables!

 GO SLOW
 
TEACHER: Balgobin why are you late?
 Balgobin: Because of the sign.
 TEACHER: What sign?
 Balgobin: The one that says, "School Ahead, Go Slow."

 CROC
 
TEACHER: Balgobin, how do you spell "crocodile"?
 Balgobin: "K-R-O-K-O-D-A-I-L"
 TEACHER: No, that's wrong
 Balgobin: Maybe. If yuh seh so. But you ask me how I spell it!
 
H2O

TEACHER: What is the chemical formula for water?
Balgobin: I know!! It's "HIJKLMNO"!!
TEACHER: What are you talking about?
Balgobin: Yesterday you said it's H to

O!

 WHO DISCOVER GUYANA

 TEACHER: Balgobin, go to the map and find Guyana.
 Balgobin: Here it is!
 TEACHER: Correct. Now, class, who discovered Guyana?
 CLASS: Balgobin!

 VERY IMPORTANT
 
TEACHER: Balgobin, name one important thing we have today that we
didn't have ten years ago.
Balgobin: Me!

 I
 
TEACHER: Balgobin, give me a sentence starting with "I."
 Balgobin: I is...
 TEACHER: No, no, Balgobin. Always say, "I am."
Balgobin: All right... "I am the ninth letter of the alphabet."

 COINCIDENCE
 
TEACHER: "Can anybody give an example of COINCIDENCE?"
 Balgobin: "Sir, my mother and father got married on the same day, and at
 the same time."

 SAY YOUR PRAYERS

 TEACHER: Now, Balgobin, tell me frankly do you say

prayers before
 eating?
 Balgobin: No sir, I don't have to, my mom is a good cook.

  MY DOG, YOUR DOG

 TEACHER: Balgobin, your composition on "My Dog" is exactly the same as
 your brother's. Did you copy his?
 Balgobin: No, teacher! It's the same dog!

SMUDGE RESPONSE

The arithmetic teacher had written 10.9 on the blackboard and had then
rubbed out the decimal point to show the effect of multiplying this number
by ten.
"Balgobin," the teacher asked, "where is the decimal point now?"
"On the eraser!"
 
JUST A DOT
 
The kindergarten class had a homework assignment to find out about
 something exciting and relate it to the class the next day. When the time
 came for the little kids to give their reports, the teacher was calling on
 them one at a time.
 She was reluctant to call on little

Balgobin, knowing that he sometimes
 could be a bit crude But, eventually, his turn came....

Little Balgobin walked up to the front of the class and, with a piece of
chalk, made a small white dot on the blackboard, then sat back down. Well,
the teacher couldn't figure out what Balgobin had in mind for his report on
something exciting, so she asked him just what that was.

"It's a period," reported Balgobin.
"Well, I can see that," she said, "but what's so exciting about a period?"

"Me nah know", said Balgobin, "but, this morning, me sister say she
miss one. Me Daddy get a heart attack. Me mother faint.  And the next ting we know, the man next door
shoot he self!"

FACES

 Finding little Balgobin making faces at others on the playground, Ms.
Sita stopped to gently reprove the child.

Smiling sweetly, the school teacher said, "Balgobin, when I was a child, I


was told if that I made ugly faces, it would freeze and I would stay like
that."

Balgobin looked up, shook his head and replied, "Well, Ms Sita, you can't say nobody didn't warn yuh.
You should have listened!"


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General Discussion / But check dis man out
« on: March 14, 2007, 10:14:42 AM »
Look how dis man get busted nah
http://www.triniscene.com/tsv6/photos/index.php?p=2754

Hint, hint, is look ah licks like fire for dat gyul  :rotfl: :rotfl: :rotfl: :rotfl: :devil: :beermug:

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Ah jus throwing dis out dey but ah had ah pardner dat went to school wid me dat ah would like to contact.  His name is Jesanie(sp) Phillips.  If anyone on de board have information it would be nice to get ah contact for him.  De last time ah see him ah think was in NYC but it was so long ago dat ah cah remember.....Anyway any info would be good.  Thanks

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Ah tell you these to topics was the result of a brain storm ah had today and ah think it should be implimented sooner dan later..

1. This one ah dubbing de F It Day......Yu know how yu have sick days and personal days and yu always using dem for different reasons other dan what dey actually for.  E.g. yu call in sick when yu not actually sick or yu take ah day off to jus watch movies wid yu wife or something so nah.  Ah think they should introduce the F It days...OK like in my office yu have 6 sick day and out tah dat yu have 2 personal days, I think along wid dese yu should have 10 F It days.  Ok so wid de F It day, to avoid misuse, de situation have to be like an extreme, e.g. like today it is -20 wid de wind, yu doh want to get out tah bed so instead of calling in sick (which everyone know dat nutting wrong wid yu b/c yesterday yu was acting fine) yu could tell dem dat yu want to use ah F It day.  Is true dias what yu really telling ppl, F it ah not coming into wuk because it too damn cold.  This way instead of yu lying all de time to yu boss and they getting vex and dey want to fire yu a** b/c yu take a day for yuself, yu go have ah legitimate day and everything go be ok.  Now de F It day shouldn’t be given de same merit as a sick day or personal day, let’s face it, yu really slackin off.  So ah think to make everyone happy the F It day should be half day pay, b/c if yu boss wasn’t giving yu ah hard time or de weather wasn’t bad or yu wife wasn’t giving yu trouble, you would be in wuk happy pappy and not stressed out.  So we should make de F It day mandatory in every wuk place.


2. This one is for married/couples and ah dubbing dis de Step Up Law………OK yu know how on de board de women have de Hunk thread and de men have ah Babes thread, what if one ah dese ppl we have on de thread come into yu life and dey real interested in yu what yu go do?  Yu in a relationship now or yu married so if yu leaving it go have problems in de end, so if dey had ah law dat go make everyone happy den it go be ok.  Alright this is how de law go wuk, De Step Up law only applies to Celebs or ppl in de higher echelon of society and dey have to be better looking dan what yu presently have on yu arm. (dis is to eliminate man or woman going out dey and because de person have money or is a celeb yu go be wid dem, dat way when yu partner see yu in de road dey go be like “Ah vex but damn dat person de wid was better looking, more coin and have more clout in society so it OK.  See point 3)  Alright ah know real man and woman go get vex wid me but lets face it, if ah celeb interested in yu, den yu partner should understand dat it isn’t like yu doing dis to be wicked or yu jus want to cheat, dis is for de everyday person dat will never get ah chance like dis.  E.g. Brad Pitt was wid Jennifer Aniston and den he break up wid her for Angelina Jolie.  Yu see how bitter Jennifer is bout de whole thing, if dey had de Step Up Law in place she would da understand dat she iz ah good lookin woman but Angelina is jus better dan her in everything (and no woman or man can say dat dem lips not SEXY as hell).  Jennifer have to understand dat Brad didn’t want to do it but b/c Angelina come knockin on he door dat was a trade up not a trade down.  It was his right as a man to be wid her not jus for himself but for every workin man who’ll never get to see dat a** in dey lifetime.  De same could be said for women too, if one ah dem men on de Hunks thread come knockin, ah think it is a woman’s right to say, babes ah have to do dis b/c dis man is ah hot piece ah a** and no other regular oman will have dis chance so ah have to do it for everyone.  It sick but in de end, ah sh*t load ah court cases would have been averted if dis Law was in place.

3.  Now B/C of de Step Up Law, I feel compelled to make a law to protect de partner dat getting leff behind, dis one is the Chuppid Act or de Stupid Person Law.  Basically dis law is if de person dat trying to implement de Step Up Law but de person dat dey think is a trade up really is ah big trade down.  E.g. Eric Benai leaving Hallie Berry for dat gorilla of a woman, now if  de Chuppid Act was in place, Hallie would have been able to take he a** to court and show Eric publicly dat he was an a** and even de regular man know dat yu is ah a**. 

Anyway ah have to go back to wuk, now if we had F It Days I would have been home chillin out talking on de forum or sleepin or something, but instead dey force me out to wuk in dis fu*kin cold and now ah say F It ah going to slack off and basically get paid for doing nuttin. LOL  Thanks that’s my 2 cents for de day

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Entertainment & Culture Discussion / Any Live Feeds for Carnival today?
« on: February 19, 2007, 10:06:27 AM »
Anybody have ah live link to watch de jump up today and tomorrow? ??? ???

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Ah know nuff man go cuss for dis one but ah doh care.  Growing up ah listened to The Police, ah had posters, teeshirts de works and one thing ah always said is if the every got back together and did a tour dat it wouldn't have any amount ah money in de world dat would stop me from going.......Finally after 2 decades of waiting it finally happened, The POLICE  :wavetowel: :wavetowel: :wavetowel: :wavetowel: :wavetowel: :wavetowel: :wavetowel: :wavetowel: are coming to Toronto on the 27th July and tickets go on sale this Saturday 17th.  By hook or by crook ah going to get 2 really fricking good tickets and carry me blasted camera and PDA to tape de ass out of that show.

Anyway just wanted to see who on de forum will want to attend just incase ah get me hands on some extras

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General Discussion / SMELTER SHOCKER
« on: February 09, 2007, 07:47:32 AM »
SMELTER SHOCKER

PM blames drug elements for protests

Juhel Browne jbrowne@trinidadexpress.com

Friday, February 9th 2007
 

Drug elements have been fuelling some of the opposition to the smelter that had been proposed for Cap-de-ville/Chatham, Prime Minister Patrick Manning said yesterday.

As such, Manning said the Government "retains an open mind" to rethinking its decision to relocate that proposed smelter from Chatham to Otaheite Bank, as it remains committed to establishing a smelting industry in Trinidad and Tobago.

During yesterday's post-Cabinet news conference at Whitehall, Port of Spain, Manning said he met with a pro-smelter delegation from Chatham sometime last month and was provided with new information about the opposition to the smelter.

"We have had to reluctantly come to the conclusion that some of the drug elements operating in that part of the country have gotten involved in this whole smelter thing and we are trying to determine exactly to what extent that has taken place," Manning said

Yesterday was the first time Manning faced reporters at the weekly press conference since November 2, 2006, when he announced Cabinet's approval of a symposium on smelting which was held in early December, 2006.

During his trip to Ethiopia last week Manning said that the Government expected construction of a smelter to begin this year.

It was while responding to a question on this statement that he spoke of the drug elements being involved in the anti-smelter movement.

He was asked if he really expected people to believe that drug elements would be involved in an environmental issue to which he replied: "It's not an environmental issue at all but if you have that level of activity in Chatham then it precludes further drug activities taking place, well, that is what it is. So it is not environmental at all. It is for them interfering in their business activity."

He said one member of the pro-smelter Chatham delegation, who originally opposed the plant, spoke of being intimidated after he returned from a trip to Brazil where he visited Alcoa's smelting facilities there and became a "convert".

"And in seeking to convert some of his colleagues, several things happened. One, his wife was raped. His house was broken into and his wife was raped, ladies and gentlemen," Manning said.

Manning further said that just before the ruling People's National Movement special convention on industrialisation in Vessigny last month, the smelter supporter received a phone call and was asked about the whereabouts of his dog.

"When he eventually found his dog, the dog was poisoned, his dog was dead and the phone caller told him that if you attended that conference on Saturday then that is what will happen to you. In other words, my dear friends, there is something else that is involved in that," Manning said.

Referring to his meeting with the Chatham pro-smelter group, Manning said the Government heard certain things for the first time "and, therefore, it was clear that our decision making on that matter was not informed by a totality of the facts and therefore subject to review."
 


Ah have to say dis man think that TnT stupid or something...If this smelter ever get built we as ah nation should be ashamed to fall for what is being fed to us.  Could you see drugs men really doing this????  Why not let de smelter get built and den place your drugs ppl to cargo the product through de dam smelter using dat as ah screen???  Manning really thing ppl stupid.  Another thing, if dat area is such ah hot bed for de drug trading den why the fu*k yu doh put ah Coast Guard out post dey and have dem patrol all de time??  Manning really think dat we are cacaholes.......Let me hear alyu

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