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@PMKamla: Prime Minister: I have decided to advise the President...to revoke the appointment of Minister Colin Partap with immediate effect. #news

Entertainment & Culture Discussion / Singer Whitney Houston dies at 48
« on: February 11, 2012, 07:28:23 PM »
Whitney Houston, who rose to stardom in the 1980s as bright as her clear, soaring voice, has died her publicist said. She was 48.
Publicist Kristen Foster told The Associated Press that Houston had died, but said the cause and the location of her death were unknown.


Football / Re: 2011 SSFL & InterCol Fixtures.
« on: November 04, 2011, 05:42:26 AM »
Darryl Trim has a few things in the works. Voted the 2010 Secondary Schools Football League (SSFL) Most Valuable Player and having now finished school, 19-year-old Trim was recently in Trinidad training in the off-season.

"I came to Trinidad to sharpen up because I'm getting ready to go on a trial," Trim said. "I'm just working on my fitness because I'm looking to go out there. Maybe to England or America or Europe."

SUNDAY, 19 JUNE 2011

Is this the same Darryl Trim who playing for St Anthony's now? A man finish high school then joins another high school just to play SSFL at age 19 going on 20???

General Discussion / Re: Caribbean Airlines Thread.
« on: October 04, 2011, 08:20:48 PM »
According to the Air Jamaica SkyWritings  magazine which I read flying in a Caribbean Airlines painted plane to Jamaica, no plane was repainted.
Caribbean Beat and Air Jamaica Skywritings can now be found on both airlines

Air Jamaica rebranded and repainted their planes January 2011 year, Air Jamaica is a brand itself and there will not be any repainting, the small insignias of CAL or AJ were added and will remain.

I've seen several CAL painted jets at Piarco... The magazine also stated that routes are alternated so yes we will see AJ planes comes to T&T at times .

I coulda swear the issue here was Machel image advertising the ppl Cohobblopot all over Bridgetown.... Comparable to Alison Hinds on a banner advertising our Dimanche Gras... I'm sure locals here would have strong objection to that but maybe i'm oversimplifying the issue here.

General Discussion / Re: It really shoulda get painted yellow....
« on: November 19, 2010, 10:33:32 AM »
From a lil research the computrace software is built into the bios... a simple hard drive wipe wouldn't erase...it re-installs, regardless of the formatting & new O/S install...
So is either the thief or the "new owner" stay offline or flash the bios.

Football / Re: Harvey Yorke !
« on: November 14, 2010, 08:50:10 AM »
Naomi Smith to Take Paternity Test.

2010 - Dwight Yorke is unsure he is Father to his girlfriend Naomi Smith’s newborn baby

Naomi gave birth to a baby boy this week, but it was her lover Darren Sorrell who was present at the birth. When football star Dwight Yorke arrived at the hospital he had to boot out love rival Darren first.

A friend has said: “It’s an utter mess. Both men believe they could be the father. I wouldn’t be surprised if Darren wants a paternity test. He is acting like a doting dad”

The baby named Brandon Tiger by Dwight, has black hair and resembles the football star but doesn’t have his colouring. Naomi has always insisted the Dwight is the father even though the WAG cheated on him for two years with Darren.

To add to all the drama it was Darren who Naomi turned to during the labour on Wednesday, a friend of the WAG has said: “We expected her to ring her mum or Dwight, but she rang Darren instead. He had the extra hour visiting the hospital gives dads.”

The source continues: “On Thursday his parents rushed to see their ‘grandson’ with loads of presents.” but it was a whole different story when Dwight turned up on the next day.

They add: “Naomi didn’t ring Dwight until after the baby was born, and then she contacted him via his agent.”

Naomi’s family fear there will now be battle to discover who the Dad is.

What's the source of this article?
Everything online says this happened since 2007

« on: November 10, 2010, 09:47:51 AM »
All yuh nitpicking..... ::)

jeezanages of course is nitpicking...do proper research before criticizing....simple

Public Schedule for November 10, 2010

Washington, DC
November 10, 2010

5:00 p.m.  Secretary Clinton meets with Prime Minister of Trinidad and Tobago Kamala Persad-Bissessar, at the Department of State.

Once i'm in work i follow on tv6 live stream


General Discussion / Re: GENERAL ELECTIONS COMING SOON IN 2010 !
« on: May 12, 2010, 08:59:37 PM »

2010 World Cup - South Africa / Re: world cup draw on espn
« on: December 04, 2009, 12:25:59 PM »
i guess G is the group of death but D tuff too

Football / Re: Thread for the T&T vs Bahrain game (16-Nov-2005).
« on: November 14, 2009, 04:00:00 AM »
Ok thanks for clearing that up... i didn't see the replay and the commentators were harping  on that....no need to tote feelings for Bahrain....Glad for the Kiwis

Football / Re: Thread for the T&T vs Bahrain game (16-Nov-2005).
« on: November 14, 2009, 02:53:14 AM »
Tuned in for the last 10mins......New Zealand thru to South Africa....Bahrain got what appeared to be a legit goal disallowed in the dying mins of normal time...feeling it for Bahrain though....Hopefully 2014

Football / Re: Manchester Derby
« on: September 20, 2009, 08:30:55 AM »
Tevez will play

Ade will not be banned

Its Manchester City afterall.. if it was United 6 match ban no appeal

I want to beat the best team City can put out... If he getting ban let it be after the United game

Bring it on


34 YEARS! f**k ALL

Horse you trying to play a victim card for ManU?
The team that is allowed injury time until they score?
Get real.

Absolute garbage

What about Track & Field / Jamaicans cleared over drug tests
« on: August 10, 2009, 08:31:36 PM »

Five Jamaican athletes have been cleared of doping offences at their national championships in June by their country's anti-doping panel (Jadco).

The commission stated it could not determine whether the unnamed substance is on the prohibited list.

Jadco chairman Kent Gammon said: "Therefore we have not found any of them to be in violation of the code."

Yohan Blake, Sheri-Ann Brooks, Allodin Fothergill, Lansford Spence and Marvin Anderson were the athletes involved.

They are now clear to compete in the World Championships, which begin in Berlin on Saturday, 15 August.

But the ruling will be reviewed by athletics' governing body, the IAAF, on Tuesday and Wednesday.

The IAAF can challenge any judgements in the Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS), world sport's highest court of appeal, and can also provisionally suspend athletes until CAS delivers a verdict.

All five runners are part of the Caribbean nation's 46-strong team.

Jamaica dominated last summer's Olympic sprint races and is hoping for similar success in Germany.

Blake, who won bronze in the 100m at the world junior championships in 2006, is Olympic champion Usain Bolt's training partner and has recorded the fifth-fastest time over 100m this year.

Anderson is also a 100m runner, while Fothergill and Spence compete in the 400m.

Brooks, the Commonwealth 100m champion, was cleared last week on a technicality because Jadco tested her B sample without her knowledge.

The athletes had reportedly tested positive for the stimulant methylhexanamine, which is not on the World Anti-Doping Agency's list of banned substances.

Football / Re: T&T vs Costa Rica Players Performances.
« on: June 07, 2009, 09:34:42 AM »
some highlights.... trying to embed it but not getting thru


Football / Re: Tobagonians get 2,000 tickets for June 6 match
« on: May 23, 2009, 02:41:01 PM »
So 5500 tickets were available online + 2000 allocated for tobagonians = 7500 (Stadium full)

They want to add 2000 more so we have 9500.. I guessing these additional seats going below the scoreboard on the northern side of the ground...Shoulda always have seats there to begin with

Costa Rica had no ticket allocation?.. I don't know how it works just wondering if the hosting team has to set aside a certain allocation for the visiting team or is a see fuh yuhself as in their fans buy their own tickets online  or they have their own version of a Simpaul travel agency offering package deals... Just asking for my edification.

General Discussion / Re: Local based
« on: May 07, 2009, 06:22:46 PM »
Three die in fatal car accident on the Solomon Hochoy Highway
Thursday 7th May, 2009


It was a horrific crash.

It happened at a spot along the Solomon Hochoy highway where over the years several people have died.

This morning three more lost their lives as the car they were in, crashed and burned.

Shandath Ramdeen the father of the driver Nicholas Ramdeen said he had often warned his son about the pace of his life.

After liming at the Zen nightclub 26-year-old Ramdeen left the club for home in the company of his friends 25-year-old Chris Ramlogan and Yohan Saney.

Ramlogan sat in the front passenger seat with Saney in the back.

Ramdeen's turbo charged Nissan b-14 motorcar crashed into an embankment before the car burst into flames.

Even after removing the body of Saney, fire officers spent a considerable amount of time trying to remove the charred bodies of the two men in the front seat.

Their bodies had become stuck to the car's interior by the intense heat of the fire.

Several curious onlookers lined the flyover.

Curious motorists on the northbound lane stopped to catch a glimpse led to at least five accidents, in most cases motorists slamming into the back of another vehicle.

Police were later forced to slow traffic to avoid any further accidents.
At Ramlogan's Gasparillo home relatives consoled one another moments after receiving the tragic news.

Nicholas Jaggernauth who considered the trio his best friends and spent yesterday evening with them watching the champion's league 2nd semi final game said life won't be the same without them.

Officers of the St Margaret's police station are continuing investigations into the fatal crash.

General Discussion / Integrity Chairman plagiarised columns
« on: May 07, 2009, 05:24:47 AM »
Trinidad Express
Integrity Commission fiasco
Thursday, May 7th 2009

Chairman of the Integrity Commission Fr Henry Charles last night admitted that he had made a mistake. But he stressed that he had gone public with his error in his last column in the Guardian and had told President George Maxwell Richards about it before his appointment to the commission.

The apparently never-ending controversy in relation to the Integrity Commission yesterday descended on the head of Charles, whose chairmanship was greeted with such acclaim, with a letter from to the editor from newspaper columnist Kevin Baldeosingh, which made certain allegations against Charles.

Baldeosingh claimed that there was such a marked resemblance, that it tended to rule out the possibility of coincidence, between two newspaper columns written by Charles published in the Trinidad Guardian and two articles published in foreign journals- New York Times and America: the National Catholic Weekly.

Charles told the Express that the matter was brought up with the President before his appointment. "I told him that this may come up in the press, you need to know this before you go further with my appointment and I explained to him the circumstances and he said it was not enough to keep him from going ahead with what he wanted to do. So it was not as though it was unknown. The President was fully informed about it and said 'it didn't matter'. And I told the President that if he had the slightest reservation in the light of that, I would step aside immediately. He said 'no. These mistakes do occur, especially with academics' and he went ahead (with the appointment). I told Mr Baldeosingh that himself, but that was clearly not enough to stop him (Baldeosingh) from doing what he wanted to do," Charles said.

Apart from writing to Baldeosingh, Charles said he wrote to the editor of the Guardian, Mr Wilson, and Mr (Lennox) Grant. "And I put a disclaimer at the end of my last article in the Guardian, saying that my mistakes are acknowledged to all the readers. And I said I was making public what I disclosed to Mr Baldeosingh in private. If you go back to the last article I wrote in the Guardian, you would see all of that. And in addition I brought the matter up with the President...I told Mr Baldeosingh all of that. I told it to Mr Wilson. So I don't see what else I could have done. It is not as though I didn't acknowledge my mistake or that hid from it."

"It is not as though I let things slide or didn't acknowledge. But nothing would have satisfied Mr Baldeosingh," he said.

Baldeosingh's letter to the editor stated that he drew the matter to the attention of the Guardian's editors, copying his e-mail to Charles. "I received no response from the editors, but Mr Charles e-mailed me to say that he appreciated my diligence and that he had little excuse except that he was under deadline pressure. He also included a note in his next column admitting his error to readers", Baldeosingh stated.

He concluded: "I found his apology unconvincingly, but I would have let the matter rest there, except I am now wondering what will happen when, as chairman of the Integrity Commission, Mr Charles finds himself under pressures rather more intense than writing a weekly newspaper column."

Responding to this, Charles said: "What can I say? Anybody who writes a column knows what the deadline pressure is. I feel it very often. Thank God I survive it because I find I have a lot of say at the last minute. The fact of the matter is that I acknowledged it both privately and publicly and told the President." He conceded that no-one was infallible.

Citing the specific instances, Baldeosingh in his letter stated: "I have kept files on two instances of Mr Charles's transgressions. In a column titled "The colour of intelligence", published on December 24, 2007 in the Trinidad Guardian, he copied 300-plus out of 1,000 words (and took four of his seven arguments) from an op-ed piece in the New York Times written on December 9 by psychologist Richard E. Nesbitt. Most recently, on April 13, 2009, in a piece titled "The financial crisis and ethics deficit', Mr Charles lifted virtually in toto a column written by Catholic scholar Darrin Belousek and published in America: the National Catholic Weekly on March 30".

General Discussion / Missing ppl in T&T
« on: April 30, 2009, 07:17:50 PM »
I know ppl usually on top of tings but I wasn't at home for the local news but I hearing reports that a woman from Felicity confessed to murdering about 5 missing young people in Trinidad.
Plus the niece of the woman who started the Missing Persons Association in T&T has been found in the Forensic Science Center... apparently she was killed in a motor vehicle accident and was there for the last 6 months.

Leah’s disappearance linked to serial killing

By NALINEE SEELAL Thursday, April 30 2009

A 27-YEAR-OLD woman of Felicity, who police believe is one half of a couple who kidnapped and killed several young females in central Trinidad was arrested at her home yesterday and a quantity of jewelry seized.

The police are saying the woman, a store clerk, was detained late yesterday after police searched former Caroni (1975) Ltd cane fields in Warrenville and Felicity for the remains of missing schoolgirl Leah Lammy and kidnap victim Sally Lobai.

The officers have described the woman and her male companion, who is in Remand Yard having been charged recently, as serial killers.

A party of officers led by Supt Wayne Boyd and ASPs Johnny Abraham and Stanley Ramdeen, acting on information on the kidnapping of Lammy, went with cadaver dogs to Warrenville at about 3 am to search for Lammy and Lobai’s bodies.

They then went to the Felicity home of the woman and found a quantity of jewelry some of which was later identified as belonging to Lobai, who went missing after two job interviews on February 11, in Longdenville. Lobai disappeared a day after Lammy was kidnapped.

Today, officers from the Anti-Kidnapping Unit will approach acting DPP Carla Browne-Antoine for instructions with a view to laying criminal charges against the detained woman. Police confided that the woman and man preyed on young girls in central Trinidad.

Police sources added that they are now convinced that Lammy and Lobai were murdered shortly after being kidnapped. They believe the detained woman could provide them with information which could lead to the discovery of Lammy and Lobai’s bodies.

ASPs Abraham and Ramdeen met with and spoke to Lammy’s mother Gale and assured her that the investigation is continuing and there will be some closure to Lammy’s disappearance soon.

Acting Police Commissioner James Philbert, informed of the new developments yesterday urged the lead investigators to continue their work with a view to solving the disappearances of Lammy, Lobai and possibly other young females in the central Trinidad area.

Football / Re: Football in Tobago makes no sense
« on: April 23, 2009, 01:31:55 PM »

My main concern is that in a must win do or die game...by putting the match in Tobago, how has that improved our chances of winning the game?

Finally....yuh ever think the TTFF know they arse is grass, the campaign over, and looking to HELP the nation by HIDING the shit them fellas does play on the field. It go only be 7500 seeing instead of 25,000...I feel that is wha going on in them fellas mind in trute.

By using this logic Tobago would never see a WCQ...Every game the National Team is virtually a must win game so is best we play all in the HCS
Was any statement made that there would be no live TV coverage esepecially since the tickets would most likely be sold out.

Ah wonder if any of the warm up matches prior to the June 6th Costa Rica game will be played in Tobago?
Fuh de team to get at least a little feel fuh playin on dey "home ground" nah.
How many many warmups are played at the HCS b4 Home matches?

Football / Re: Yorke allows friendship to cost Warriors win.
« on: February 15, 2009, 10:09:58 AM »
I feeling sorry. I eh know which one worse.

Getting called "Gay" or "Joyce" everyday for your entire life.
Homeboy have a reason to rock drop curls and live vicariously through the internet.

... and who mudda does name dem Spike? She name him after the dog or what?
the only person I know named Spike is a midget in Madison Sq Garden who does wear magnifying glass on he eye.
and how much yuh want to bet that ting with the fat tun tun standing up next to him, she name have to be Naina.

The point Omar trying to make is that Gyasi is part of the national pool of players.... de man get caps already.... I en find it right to call out yuh teammate like that publicly but every man has his own opinion

Cricket Anyone / Re: W.I VS Pakistan
« on: November 14, 2008, 01:08:26 PM »
I missed the 2nd ODI just like the 1st.... Checked cricinfo and see WI lose by 24 runs despite a Chanderpaul century....
Well i guess the plan now is to avoid the whitewash....

Jokes / Obama in Curepe
« on: November 13, 2008, 07:09:30 PM »

Football / Re: ea sports fifa 09 comin out tomorrow
« on: October 02, 2008, 07:49:07 PM »
allyuh men slow on de draw...mininova had it since wednesday, i download mi 5gigs already

What about Track & Field / Re: Beijing Men's 200m
« on: August 17, 2008, 08:38:05 PM »
Man Rondell look like he's 14, how old is he.

22 according to the IAAF website

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