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Football / Re: Thread for the T&T vs USA Game (10-Oct-2017)
« on: October 26, 2017, 04:37:56 PM »
Bring ah Super Blue remix...........

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Football / Re: RIP Weary (Joann Charles)
« on: March 18, 2017, 06:59:54 PM »
Difference maker........RIP

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Football / Re: TTFA fines Molino, Jones and Williams.
« on: September 13, 2016, 02:14:27 PM »
Jokers still going on dem boatride since one of their teammates get shot after one..........if the avenue was another destination for others they foolish too..........

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Football / Re: Time to train the waggonists
« on: September 06, 2016, 02:30:46 PM »
Bring in the soca artists, carnival bands, promoters ala Caesars army, scorch, vale, etc etc and create that carnival/fete atmosphere.........it's the ONLY way to mobilize the masses in bizarro world T&T.

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Football / Re: Thread for the T&T vs St Vincent Game (29-Mar-2016)
« on: March 29, 2016, 07:02:21 PM »
4 king bein sports

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Football / Re: Thread for the T&T vs St Vincent Game (29-Mar-2016)
« on: March 29, 2016, 05:36:10 PM »
If you download the bein sports app and your cable provider carries the channel the game is on there

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Football / Re: Marvin Oliver Thread
« on: January 31, 2016, 08:06:00 PM »
Sancho is a durrrty stinking pothound.........how the tables have turned

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Football / Re: Keron Cummings got shot this morning.
« on: December 30, 2015, 03:54:57 PM »
He alive and that's all that matters............in a nutshell I doh even wear meh old school ring in Trinibad no more........I eh going no gunta boatride either........I eh looking to get rob like shadow, Kes or Denise Plummer........but anyways.........he alive

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Football / Re: Interesting discussion on accountability & TTFF
« on: September 24, 2015, 06:28:52 PM »
Corruption is inevitable........I guess it's more about having the ability to "manage" it in an effective and efficient way so that the players get what they need to succeed.

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Who is d 5 who eh sign?

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Shame shame shame

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By they just spend a pound and a crown to "refurbish" Morvant savannah..........I like the thought process of Shabazz but a mall and hospital makes no sense to me.........community centers and afterschool educational and sports programs yes...........library definitely..........

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Football / Re: TTFA spent $632k
« on: September 02, 2015, 11:18:26 AM »
if this is how $632K is spent, something needs to change...

admin salaries                                         $200,230.oo

players stipend/fee                                   $134,331.oo



Why?
almost $297k

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Football / Re: Keeping track of $$ since Tim Kee
« on: June 11, 2015, 06:30:20 PM »
Shame shame shame.........or maybe not......

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Football / Re: FIFA News Thread.
« on: May 28, 2015, 06:12:04 PM »
Here's the question. Do we really think this is just about misappropriation of money? The US and England was over the moon in Russia and Qatar hosting the WC (there are some true concerns). The South African choice was criticized, and even the choice of Brazil came under some fire - it's a good thing the footballing world is more misogynistic than socially conscious.

So there is a group who's pushing and applauding these investigation who have previously shown that the WC may potentially be rotated to only a few of the bigger, "less corrupted" countries. Currently we are poised to have future WCs in USA, Europe (mainstream countries), and Asia may get tossed a bone.

Notice at the podium the ONLY WC hosting allocations to be referenced as tainted are SA, Russia and Qatar. No mention of how come the US was awarded a WC without even having a Pro League. What sort of "deals" were cut to pull that off? The wild card of Japan/Korea? No question there?
supposedly the corruption only goes back 24 years........yuh tink dem easy

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Football / Re: T&T wearing green now allyuh.
« on: March 25, 2015, 03:24:14 PM »
Ah hear from ah rell reliable sauce that once PP back in power it go be yellow.

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‘Govt wicked’
By CAROL MATROO Saturday, March 7 2015 (T&T Newsday)

“They wicked!” “They just doing what they want!” “That woman just come from nowhere and taking people thing!”


These were the angry shouts against Prime Minister Kamla Persad-Bissessar and her People’s Partnership Government by incensed Carenage farmers and residents who took to the streets in protest, yesterday.

Scores of protestors braved the scorching midday sun as they marched from Guave Road, Chaguaramas, to outside the Parliament at the Waterfront, Wrightson Road, Port-of-Spain, yesterday.

They claimed Government was taking away their livelihoods, their heritage and their economy from the people of the community.

Over 45 families have been affected by the actions of the Chaguaramas Development Authority (CDA) who destroyed acres of crops on lands at Guave Road, last Wednesday.

“They are not going to use the area, they just want to fight and push people out,” one man shouted as he walked by with his placard.

Movement for Social Justice’s (MSJ) David Abdulah, who joined the Independent Liberal Party’s political leader Jack Warner in the march, said residents of Carenage, particularly the farmers who planted the land in Guave Road for decades, came out to protest what was essentially the destruction of the heritage, lifestyle and birthright of the people of the community.

Abdulah said during the second World War, Chaguaramas was given by the English to the Americans and the people who lived in the Chaguaramas area were displaced from the land. He said many of them still had deeds and wanted to get back the lands they said were theirs. “Descendants of those original families have been planting the area of Guave as farmers for decades. Their lands have been bulldozed repeatedly as the CDA has been trying to put in place some so called development which paradigm is totally opposed to the interest of the people of this community.

“Now people heard about the giving away of the Chaguaramas Convention Centre which is part of the country’s historical heritage and legacy. And also major lands opposite the Convention Centre giving way to another conglomerate. So people have gotten incensed and they have come out in protest,” he said. Abdulah said the CDA was trying to create a Chaguaramas which was going to be a development which was really alien to the culture and tradition which involved farming and small entrepreneurship.

Kamraj Ramroop said he had been planting the land for over 15 years, but was forced off the land, and all his crops destroyed.

“I was run off the land by CDA officers with batons in their hands. I was arrested and spent a night in the jail. I went to court and the magistrate said the farmers are the occupiers of the land and the CDA is claiming the land and they have no evidence, they did not give the court any evidence stating that they are the owners of the land. I had about two acres of ochro and pumpkin planted and they chopped down all. It was worth over $30,000 and now I have no children with no income,” Ramroop lamented.

Speaking about the Chaguaramas issue in the House of Representatives yesterday, Housing Minister Dr Roodal Moonilal declared, “You cannot have development if you don’t have conflict.”

“Today I reflected, Eric Williams marched to Chaguaramas to free Trinidad and Tobago. Today, they are marching to imprison Trinidad and Tobago,” he quipped. Moonilal said he found it curious that as Government seeks to develop Chaguaramas to promote economic activity there, people march and protest.

“When they built Pier whatever for Chin Lee they did not protest,” he added, speaking of Pier I, an entertainment facility and marina, owned by the family of former PNM government minister Howard Chin Lee.

Turning to the Chaguaramas Convention Centre, Moonilal said, “That structure is termite infested, woodlice infested. TTEC has said that they can do no work down there.”

Claiming that it was costing “$4 million a year to manage a place that cannot be used,” Moonilal scoffed, “They feel that they own Chaguaramas Convention Centre as if it is Balisier House but it is not Balisier House, it is for the development of TT.”

When St Joseph MP Terrence Deyalsingh questioned Moonilal on the relevance of Chaguaramas to the Motor Vehicles and Road Traffic Bill 2014 which the House was debating at that time, Moonilal replied that more cars on the road, meant a greater likelihood of traffic offences under this legislation. He said the same reasoning applied to the development of places like Chaguaramas as economic zones. “Surely you can see that,” Moonilal told Deyalsingh.

 :banginghead: :banginghead: :banginghead:

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Saw a few douglas and Indians in the crowd

So what? Aren't they Trinidadians too who should care about the victmization of fellow Trinidadians? What is your point?  ::)
you shouldn't be this ignoramus but you are so I won't bother

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Saw a few douglas and Indians in the crowd

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Yeah some of this sounding shaky

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Football / Re: Just came back from T&T.
« on: February 25, 2015, 04:00:27 PM »
Condolences

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General Discussion / Re: T&T 2015 General Elections Thread
« on: February 20, 2015, 09:33:41 AM »
The bachannal culture needs to be evaluated and adjusted..........there has to be limits and control..........it starts from the top and trickles down to the general population........and I eh saying this just because of this nonsense that Rowley put heself in........but something different must be done because apparently what going on for decades has set things back and not forward..........even looking at the failures of the PP.......the PNM has failed the people also.........attitudes need to change.

What "nonsense"has Rowley gotten himself into, pray tell? Because I eh following yuh.
we eh go waste each other time.......

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General Discussion / Re: T&T 2015 General Elections Thread
« on: February 20, 2015, 08:26:52 AM »
He is a very foolish man.........hopeless

steups d man know d camera was dey...........d fact d he eh even take dat on tells me dat it was no scene as far as he was concerned....wah he was supposed to do what? push she away or sumting...nex ting yuh goh hear he snub she(cause she indian) or some shit......storm in a tea cup and much ado 'bout' lil bit.......
At some point in time......or probably never......Trinbagonians going to have to come to the realization that the reason why the country in its current state is because for too long we accept things like this from our leaders as being we culture and acceptable.........and that attitude trickles down to the people.........proper examples should be set and rules of common decency and morality should be followed.......


Well to maximise the quality of the pool...better we ban things like carnival and done.


ANYHOW.....

http://www.trinidadexpress.com/news/Sat-shocked-292802021.html

Quote
Sanatan Dharma Maha Sabha (SDMS) secretary general, Satnarayan Maharaj said yesterday he was shocked by the wine People’s National Movement (PNM) political leader Dr Keith Rowley had with a teenage girl.

He called on Rowley, who is aspiring to be this country’s prime minister, to take immediate action to correct the negative images being reflected on himself and the 17-year-old girl photographed wining with him during Carnival Tuesday celebrations in San Fernando.

Maharaj said there was a clear distinction between Rowley and Prime Minister Kamla Persad-Bissessar, who spent Carnival Tuesday night praying with Hindus on the occasion of Maha Shivratri.

Maharaj was responding to the controversy surrounding photographs on social media networks showing Rowley chipping on stage with Ravina Rampersad. They both played mas in Kalicharan’s band Bazodee.

Rampersad is a former pupil of Parvati Girls Hindu College, Debe. The school is operated by the SDMS.

Maharaj said Rampersad, who lives in Union Hall, near San Fernando, was now a student at the University of Trinidad and Tobago.

“I am shocked that a man with ambitions to be this country’s prime minister will behave like that with a teenager. She is a teenager, only 17 years old, a teenager in the public. We see immediately the difference between Rowley, in his ambition to be prime minister, and that of Kamla Persad-Bissessar.

“There is Kamla with her grandson. The same night she visited about ten temples in the presence of her son. They went and performed their poojas and rituals. There is a difference in the kind of person...there is a difference between these two characters,” he said.

He however also noted that Hindus were not prevented from participating in Carnival activities.

“I don’t know whether she (Rampersad) had control of the situation at all. What control does a 17-year-old have of what transpired on stage? I am looking on Facebook and the amount of negatives that is coming out there. Mr Rowley would have to take some kind of actions to correct the images that are coming out of there,” he said.


And the comments if yuh bored.

https://www.facebook.com/387986111346373/photos/a.388074248004226.1073741828.387986111346373/616610601817255/?type=1&theater
The bachannal culture needs to be evaluated and adjusted..........there has to be limits and control..........it starts from the top and trickles down to the general population........and I eh saying this just because of this nonsense that Rowley put heself in........but something different must be done because apparently what going on for decades has set things back and not forward..........even looking at the failures of the PP.......the PNM has failed the people also.........attitudes need to change.

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General Discussion / Re: T&T 2015 General Elections Thread
« on: February 19, 2015, 09:30:27 PM »
He is a very foolish man.........hopeless

steups d man know d camera was dey...........d fact d he eh even take dat on tells me dat it was no scene as far as he was concerned....wah he was supposed to do what? push she away or sumting...nex ting yuh goh hear he snub she(cause she indian) or some shit......storm in a tea cup and much ado 'bout' lil bit.......
At some point in time......or probably never......Trinbagonians going to have to come to the realization that the reason why the country in its current state is because for too long we accept things like this from our leaders as being we culture and acceptable.........and that attitude trickles down to the people.........proper examples should be set and rules of common decency and morality should be followed.......

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General Discussion / Re: T&T 2015 General Elections Thread
« on: February 19, 2015, 07:13:25 AM »
He is a very foolish man.........hopeless

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Football / Re: Premier League legends, Tobago tournament.
« on: February 06, 2015, 10:33:35 PM »
 :rotfl:

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Football / Re: Breaking News: Brent Sancho is the new Minister of Sport
« on: February 04, 2015, 09:58:31 PM »
 :cursing:  :rotfl: :banginghead: few days well I trying to figure out how to upload it

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Football / Re: Breaking News: Brent Sancho is the new Minister of Sport
« on: February 04, 2015, 09:39:19 PM »

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Football / Re: Breaking News: Brent Sancho is the new Minister of Sport
« on: February 03, 2015, 12:19:17 PM »
why so much negativity?  There is a chance he can do well........there have been a few decent performing ministers here and there from PNM past to PP present.........is there something that Sanch has done over the years to think he will fork things up?  Is because Kamla give them d money dat PNM didn't?  I giving it some time before condemnation. I say well played Sancho. Just hope yuh eh sell yuh soul for a 15 minutes Cobo sweat

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