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Football / Re: Thread for the T&T vs St Vincent Game (29-Mar-2016)
« on: March 28, 2016, 07:49:41 PM »
Any trinis in lawrenceville atlanta? I visiting sim fam here and will like a spot to c the game..

Football / Re: Thread for the T&T vs USA Game (17-Nov-2015)
« on: November 18, 2015, 07:11:02 PM »
Jan does read this forum I could tell yu dat. Di man have step up di last 2 games since I call him a big shit hound.

Football / Re: Thread for the T&T vs USA Game (17-Nov-2015)
« on: November 17, 2015, 05:03:49 PM »
full support to my beloved country TNT go warriors  make us proud

Football / Re: Soca Warriors stop Panama 2-1.
« on: October 09, 2015, 10:47:47 AM »
We dnt hv any keeper in the wrld willing to deck our colours and rep fi we?  I dnt kno but u guys but dat goal scored by panama was poor goal keeping. Honestly is this our best keeper ?

Football / Re: Thread for the T&T vs Mexico Game (4-Sept-2015).
« on: September 05, 2015, 07:43:04 PM »
Our keeper is a big shithound. All 3 goals mexico scored any fukin keeper could save. The 3rd goal he reacted wey to late. I know i was a keeper. Any goal keeper kno what am saying hre is d damn truth. We need a wrl cup keeper..not thos s

Football / Re: 2018 CONCACAF World Cup Qualifiers Thread
« on: August 22, 2015, 12:45:31 AM »
I watch st Vincent played  sum rell hard tackle dey bussing and dem eh have no sense at all. They leading  by big margin and boom kicking the ball upfront.. rushing and taking free kick and throw They good for about 3 or 4. Now everybody thinking we will face Guatemala I dnt believe so , I saw the entire game of Guatemala vs Bermuda and they scrape thru with a 1-0 against Bermuda. Antigua is a  decent team could gave  Guatemala whole heap ah pressure with sum tall lanky players upfront. A&B Guatemala clash will be something to watch..

Football / Re: Hart open to foreign-born players.
« on: July 27, 2015, 10:08:27 PM »
I admire d jacans dem. U dnt hve to beg dem. Barnes mc nuff .hector n couple of other players r very young and played in england under 17 19 etc and had to problem running to play for d reggaeboyz. Trinis stil waiting for a cobeau swet from america n england..cheups..

Entertainment & Culture Discussion / Re: Where is Cro Cro ?
« on: March 19, 2015, 05:31:54 PM »
cheups. maybe he run out of racist chants against meh Indian people.. dat Racist f**k guh dead bruk and I guh visit he grave jes fi piss pon it

And what do you think of Sat? Just curious.
cheups. maybe he run out of racist chants against meh Indian people.. dat Racist f**k guh dead bruk and I guh visit he grave jes fi piss pon it

And what do you think of Sat? Just curious.

I dnt think about Sat ..I dnt think about Man , I discussing  cro cro  dats racist piece of shit . Di same man allyuh love and promote but allyuh eh racist allyuh good wee...... Dais like me supporting the klan but  saying I eh racist . Make ah next topic about sat and we go discuss he... but for now I eh thinking about no man dais your ting...


Entertainment & Culture Discussion / Re: Where is Cro Cro ?
« on: March 18, 2015, 09:07:37 PM »
cheups. maybe he run out of racist chants against meh Indian people.. dat Racist fuk guh dead bruk and I guh visit he grave jes fi piss pon it

Football / Re: Thread for the T&T vs Cuba Game (15-Nov-2014)
« on: November 16, 2014, 05:03:34 PM »
Warmonga  with all due respect  ,  you mentioned how coach  hart could have cost us  the game  against cuba yesterday ..!!  why is that in your opinion? ....... keep in mind  its a team of 23 players chosen to represent,  and all should be eager and ready to step unto that field when called to do so  ... they are all profressionals and should perform as such ..... don't you think ?    in any event we are  in the  finals  and  i would hope every man jack pull up their socks  come tuesday  and don't think which ever team they come against will just hand the cup  to them  , every player  on   de warriors  team must come up big on game day.... On a side note i do believe they are  aware of that,!!

why I came to dat conclusion is because every single touch by our left back was off. I saw one moment he sent the ball back to di middle of our box. If cuba had attack down our left plank I see no reason why they should have not scored. Basically TNT was playing with ten man for 60+ minutes. I see under no condition mr hart gaving this player a chance to play for di national team unless a change of position for him. He could not eveen tap di ball.. yes tap di ball wid his left foot.  I am not kidding I aint never seen a player dat bad in my entire life representing TNT. He will be like di 2nd wurst player I have ever seen. The wurst was di women Goal keeper for martinique in the cup dat was just concluded here in di USA.

Football / Re: Thread for the T&T vs Cuba Game (15-Nov-2014)
« on: November 16, 2014, 01:21:13 PM »
Coach Hart could have cost us di  Caribbean  cup final. no reason why our left back should have stayed in dat game for more than 20 minutes.  Cuba on the other hand coaching staff  was pathetic. They should have call all there runs on our left plank.. If this guy could play proffesional football I comming outta retirement. This is the wurst display of football I have ever seen by a player wearing my national colours.

Football / Re: Thread for the T&T vs Cuba Game (15-Nov-2014)
« on: November 15, 2014, 08:22:36 PM »
why is this freeking left back on the field for TNT? I dnt understand..

Football / Re: Women Warriors one win away from World Cup.
« on: November 08, 2014, 08:12:28 PM »
I couldn't be any prouder of these ladies. No complacency come December 2nd, we don't want the ghost of November 19th, 1989 coming back to haunt us.

ENT. It took 16 yrs to recover from that dreadful day, I eh want 2 relive that again.

big game .. Jus stop bringing up dat unfortunate date before allyuh blight  di children dem nuh..


WATCH some behind the scenes footage of the T&T Women's team during the recently concluded 2014 CONCACAF Women's Championship in the USA. See if allyuh make out warmonga and Soccer19 in de video.

Hear from Ayanna Russell, Kimika Forbes, and Arin King and witness some training sessions. Listen for the shout out to at 1:47. FireBrand get make out;D

Maylee Attin-Johnson, Kennya Cordner, Lauryn Hutchinson, Ahkeela Mollon, and Lincoln Phillips share their thoughts on the quest to qualify for the 2015 Women’s World Cup in Canada.
war still dey bout tallman..Love and support mi country baddd!!!!!!!

Football / Re: Thread for the Haiti WNT vs T&T WNT Game (17-Oct-2014)
« on: October 17, 2014, 10:36:36 PM »
di ref suck cock mi feal sey she name is monika lewinski and I feal sey she wrkin wid di clinton foundation.. we goalie ent do nuthin wrong!!!!!! anway di game was called one sided for haiti all night. we girls play hard ball and deserved a victory.. I met soccer 19 stand up guy !!!!!!!! piece of my crew was in di back ground when we score. di iron band badd.. chicago riddim jammers.. trus meh dem fellas bad. our turn out was suppose to be bigger but we have to many cheap freeking trinis in chicago.. I love my country and I am proud of my princeses!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Football / Re: Thread for the Haiti WNT vs T&T WNT Game
« on: October 17, 2014, 11:30:56 AM »
Di chicago connection comming out in numbers to support our girls!!!!!!!!!!!!!! GO TNT and USA yes allyuh have no choice but to support USA  in this one  beat guatemala baddddddd!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!


Team on the way to Chicago, IL.
remember guys if anyone of the crew is comming to chicago to watch the game Di trini crew will  be in section 117 getting on bad.

I will like to have info on where the girls gonna be staying in chicago. anyone wid info please link me . I will past thru and make sure di ladies have food , drinks and whatever needed courtesy me and my fellow Trini's here in chicago. anyone wid info please pm me .

Once they are at Concacaf everything is covered by Concacaf. 
It has not been announced where the team will be staying in the Windy City
Bring as many friends and family out to support our ladies.
Whenever they go away they hardly have any supporters so being in the USA with so many transplanted Trinnies
Having as many supporters show up as possible will be amazing for them.
My better half and I will be at all matches in all cities.  :wavetowel: :wavetowel: :wavetowel: :wavetowel: :wavetowel: :wavetowel: :wavetowel: :applause: :applause:
PM me as maybe we can hook up



me and my Trini crew will be in section 117 . Chicago Riddim jammerz iron band will be in full effect.. asked any Trini for Raj me a di general round yah suh..

I will like to have info on where the girls gonna be staying in chicago. anyone wid info please link me . I will past thru and make sure di ladies have food , drinks and whatever needed courtesy me and my fellow Trini's here in chicago. anyone wid info please pm me .

very good weekened for football in chicago I will be present . I am in the process of getting my trini ppl in chicago to come support our girls. we are going to be behind the goal our area we looking to be seated in will be section 117 ,    and row 15 c you guys there...

Football / Re: RIP Daft Trini
« on: April 05, 2013, 11:19:03 AM »
heard the news today and decided to visit this forum . Althouh not Knowing Daft personally I fealt the pain  when one of my friend call me and told me the news of a warrior passing. I wanna say RIP to a fallen warrior, war's deepest sympathy to Daft  and his love ones.

Entertainment & Culture Discussion / 80's Music
« on: December 07, 2012, 01:21:35 PM »
allyuh fellas knock allyuh self a out rell chune dey does run !!!!!!, 80's & 90's Hits


General Discussion / Happy Holidays to all
« on: December 07, 2012, 01:16:40 PM »
 My mother is sick so am taking her to see he sisters and brothers in Jamaica , and then will be visiting Trinidad where 2 of my sisters and many of my childhood friends live.since I will be out of the country and will not be getting on the forum I will like to wish all the best for the xmas and the new years. Whatever dem two faggots does celeberate happy dat too them too, just dont come mash up this yah thread wid allyuh hate .....
blessings to all in the name of the most High....
go soca Jokers win it fi mi!!!!!!!!!!!

Football / Re: Thread for the T&T vs Haiti Game (7-Dec-2012)
« on: December 07, 2012, 12:18:36 PM »
I think this one will be a draw
you is ah hater on  the low theworm  :beermug:

Worm is genuine. Its good to have a neutral on the forums. He is a regular poster both here and on the Rbz forums..
sum of dem fellas have white liver in this forum RF.. From a man speak his mind all of a sudden he is a hater..  thats the man opinion respect the man opinion ricksta... one set a lil boyz in this freeking forum .. I suprise the other two jackass eh start cussing worm already ... I feal sey it go be a 1-1 draw also eh.....

Entertainment & Culture Discussion / 2013 soca mixes..
« on: December 03, 2012, 08:54:42 AM »
here is a couple mixes for the 2013 soca season.
the first one is frm DJ Boom Bostic chicago number 1 soca DJ (dedicated to a party I throwing saturday for two of my freinds who is locked up by homeland security)
second is frm deathTrapp crew and mr beam..

both madd trust me..  pree it and let me know what you guys think..


Football / Re: Jamaal Shabazz is new T&T football joint head coach
« on: November 28, 2012, 08:35:15 AM »
what a way to start mr tim Kee. Trinidad football is f**king joke.. This bamsey we put? look thing, two freeking coach , wey boi jus when mi headache gonne I wake up to news like this . this new man sound like a facking jackass eh, who next corneal to join dem?

mi like di song it wicked.. for those who dnt know the mad stunt man he was behind the group call reel to real ... I like to moveit was one of his tracks.. he also was one of the first trini to sell platinum....


Football / Re: 98 Reggae Boyz vs 06 Soca Warriors
« on: November 25, 2012, 01:37:24 PM »
Was chilling with meh yardie brethrens last night. Of course this came up. Which was the better team. The 98 Reggae Boyz? or the 06 Soca Warriors? Maybe this has already been discussed.. If so forward me a link
reggaeboyz they had a great defensive attitude and was real real quick with the counter attack..

Football / Re: Jackulito probe being explored
« on: November 25, 2012, 01:20:30 PM »
Sour pussies supporters will not rest until warner get lock up for something. Even if di man innocent the sour puss dem guh be happy..I know nuff people in jail locked up because of crooked cops..  anyway wah ever happen to manning usuing state fund to build his private temple? he lock up yet ?  If warner was backing the sour puss rell ppl will love him here ...

Your head too far up Kamla sour puss to acknowledge the state she have Trinidad in.  Yuh calling Manning name... they charge Manning with anything yet?  Why not?  Who fault is that?
  Trinidad is in far better shape than it been in many years.  can Sour puss do better , dem a run threath on there own supporters  in tobago . Sour puss guh never ever run TNT again ppl have risen and dnt want no part of dem anymore.. on manning case remember the police force is PNM yu think sey they guh ever charge Manning wid anything? come on man... anyway mi nuh wah hijack the ppl thread gwan chat..

General Discussion / Re: PNM Sour puss
« on: November 25, 2012, 12:57:30 PM »
ansa to your question is no , they are not a cult they are sum sour f**kin puss!!!!!!!!

Is the PNM a cult?

Justice Minister wants to know:

 By Asha Javeed

Story Created: Nov 24, 2012 at 9:57 PM ECT
Story Updated: Nov 25, 2012 at 1:25 PM ECT )

After a fierce performance in the Senate last Tuesday, Justice Minister Christlyn Moore seemingly emerged as the government's poster child for the upcoming Tobago House of Assembly (THA) election.
Responding to a motion brought by Independent Senator Fitzgerald Hinds on the principles and practices of democracy in Trinidad and Tobago, Moore who's been a minister for two months jumped into a verbal scathing of THA chief secretary Orville London, citing instances where she believed democracy had failed Tobagonians.
In a first interview with the Sunday Express last Friday, Moore claimed Tobagonians were now being psychologically intimidated to vote for the People's National Movement (PNM) through statements made by London.
To qualify her claim, Moore said London told attendees at an election rally two weeks ago he won't forgive any Tobagonian who does not vote for the PNM at the THA polls.
"You have to be concerned about a leader who says he won't forgive you. Is this a cult? It has shades of cultism in it and when you are talking about a small community, a statement like that will naturally ignite fears of being identified with a certain party and being actively discriminated against," she said.
This psychological intimidation was supported by evidence, she added.

"It cannot be right that any political party on any political platform suggests to people that, if you don't vote for me, East Indians will take your land. That cannot be right. It cannot be right where any political party in the lead-up to any election circulates a questionnaire, on of the questions thereon would you be comfortable being led by an Indian Prime Minister? Those things are not accidents. Those things are deliberate and they are designed to excite a certain passion and a certain fear," she charged.
And nine weeks ahead of the THA elections, Moore said reports she had received indicated that Tobagonians were wary of openly declaring their allegiances for fear of intimidation.
But this THA elections won't be fought lightly, a fact that Moore is well aware of.
Asked if she thought her statement in Parliament was too political, she pointed out that it was a "confluence of opportunities."
"I can't run from it. The question of democracy and the issues surrounding it are not Trinidad issues or Tobago issues. As it turned out the motion coincided with some real issues that are alive in Tobago now. And that also coincided with the fact that Tobagonians have an opportunity to confront those issues and change them, change the landscape if they so desire, in nine weeks. It really was an opportunity, I didn't think I should miss.
"I am mindful that the Ministry of Justice spans delivery for the administration of justice in T&T and so it is not my intention to suggest that I am Tobago-centric in the performance or execution of my duties," she added.
She doesn't want to appear as a Johnny-come-lately in championing Tobago's cause and was quick to dismiss the suggestion that her statements makes her "the face" of the People's Partnership in the pending THA polls.
In her view, she's simply a proud Tobagonian from the village of Lambeau.

She gives credit to the community which she said raised her.

Unfortunately, to eke out a living she re-located to Trinidad, after being admitted to the bar, to set up a private practice.
"My community really supported me. It would do them a disservice if I didn't say I was Tobagonian," she remarked.
When it comes to talking about Tobago, the self-described fitness fiend gets quickly animated. On her personal life, she's more deliberate in how she addresses issues. Her family gets her excited, shopping doesn't. Good food, healthy living and dedicated work are her trademarks.
Moore has concluded that Tobagonians have been short-changed by the London led-THA.
In her estimation, there was little to show for the $20 billion allocated to the THA in the past 12 years.
Personally, Moore has two sore points the re-location to Trinidad as there was no opportunity for her to pursue law in Tobago in the manner in which she wanted and that the Scarborough Library has not yet been completed.
On the first, she explained that Tobagonians often have to relocate to Trinidad to practise certain professions because of limited opportunities on the sister isle.
And as an avid reader of thriller writers who include John Grisham and Robert Ludlum she's unsatisfied that young Tobagonians cannot benefit from access to books.
It was her love for books and literature which drew her to law, she observed.

Law was her passion, oratory her fascination. The combination lead her to become a criminal lawyer but it didn't quite pay the bills over the years which led her to hone her skills in civil matters.
Prior to being Justice Minister, Moore was a director of the Trinidad and Tobago International Financial Centre and worked as a junior counsel at the Commission of Enquiry into the 1990 coup attempt and has worked on several matters for state companies which include UDeCOTT and well as being a member of a committee which did public consultations on the Green Paper on Internal Self-Government for Tobago.
And when Prime Minister Kamla Persad-Bissessar knocked on her door, she saw it as an opportunity for public service.
"The administration of justice and criminal matters are subjects I am interested in by virtue of my profession. Both the administration of justice and the future of the administration of criminal justice would have been challenged, as it were at that time. I saw it as an opportunity to serve and keep those two train tracks running parallel," she said of her ministerial acceptance.
Unlike the public scrutiny which has been paid to Section 34 of the Administration of Justice (Indictable Proceedings) Act, whose early proclamation and repeal cost her predecessor Herbert Volney his job, Moore said she was occupied in other matters engaging her attention. She did not want to discuss Section 34 as there were currently cases before the courts on the issue.
Moore's first task has been getting the implementation of the administration of justice in a tidy timetable to be rolled out into the country's courts. This, she said, will provide swift justice for clients.
"I would say that serious lawyers want matters to end so that they can move on, devote their considerable time and energy to the next matter. If you have a commitment to ethics, you have a commitment to a client," she said.
In her view, the system of preliminary enquiries had "long since stopped working."
"We grew as a population. More and more matters came before the courts. Legal arguments became more refined over time. You have a growing population, you have growing arguments because the law is not static, it develops. Despite what we do in T&T, the body of law which we draw from develops. It develops in London, Hong Kong, across the Commonwealth so we pull from all of that.
"So you have a widening layer of arguments on a widening population on a static system of processing criminal matters. We were bound to get to this place. We've been here a lot longer than we'd like to think, when we know that the system is not quite working. We just need to move on. Transform into something new," she said.
She said the abolition of preliminary enquiries would be implemented on a staggered basis.
This she said, would be done with pilots much like what was done with the Family Court when it was first launched.
"The effect that will be brought about from removing preliminary enquiries is nothing short of revolutionary. When you bring about such a fundamental change, the possibility before for a non-smooth transition is high. When you do such a revolutionary change, you want to give the system an opportunity to work well and one way to do that is stagger implementation," she said

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