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Other Sports / Re: 2009 US Open.
« on: September 12, 2009, 08:54:35 PM »

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Other Sports / Re: 2009 US Open.
« on: September 12, 2009, 08:53:19 PM »
Serena get default for carrying on with the line woman


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Other Sports / Re: 2009 US Open.
« on: September 12, 2009, 08:01:16 PM »
Serena just lost the first set and tear up the racquet in the process.

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General Discussion / Re: Wireless Router Help Needed
« on: September 12, 2009, 07:29:10 AM »
Most likely is just a jam up signal you getting. Broadband signal varies according to the traffic flow. IF you have a number of people on the line with you your internet speed will be slowed down. It has nothing to do with the equipment you bought. I have this same problem with my ISP. This has made me retire my Netflix Movie Box for the time being, untill,l I get fibre optics service that will provide me with at least 4-10MB. Then you will be able to get the consistent speed you need to play an uninterupted session.

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Other Sports / Re: 2009 US Open.
« on: September 10, 2009, 05:49:50 PM »
Serena should pull through to win the whole thing. If Clijsters win it go be a real fight down.

Is it me or does Serena appear to be the mentally tougher of the Williams sisters! I hope she does win it all. Every time a Williams sister win they get to thumb their noses at the tennis snobs who have been questioning and second guessing everythibg they have been doing since the came on the scene!

I guess so. I know a guy who worked with Serena and Venus and say Serena was the one as a kid who would run up on anybody who test she or Venus. Also Serena is the better equiped of the two. Better technique and more prepared to win Championships

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Other Sports / Re: 2009 US Open.
« on: September 10, 2009, 05:45:26 PM »
Nothing strange about this kind of divorce, it takes place everyday. I know a couple teaching pros who mashing up a few mommies right through and they husband doh even know.

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Other Sports / Re: 2009 US Open.
« on: September 09, 2009, 07:56:13 PM »
Serena should pull through to win the whole thing. If Clijsters win it go be a real fight down.

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Other Sports / Re: 2009 US Open.
« on: September 08, 2009, 08:35:07 PM »
Monfils just got the break back. We on serve now.

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Other Sports / Re: 2009 US Open.
« on: September 08, 2009, 08:32:13 PM »
Monfils win the first set and got broken, he now 4-2 down in the second set. Nadal do ah dance when he get the passing shot for the break. This could be a good match here tonight, or, Monfils will have a melt down.

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Entertainment & Culture Discussion / Re: Who remembers this guy?
« on: September 08, 2009, 08:24:58 PM »
I use to like to hear the cock crow and.....................Davidddd Elcockkk in the Morninggggggggg. Who remember dat? ;D

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Football / Re: Training in honduras day 1
« on: September 02, 2009, 06:33:53 AM »
Trini thanks a lot for the link.

Yorke have a whistle....... ;D

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General Discussion / Re: gosh man newsday, allyuh rel wutless
« on: September 01, 2009, 06:33:41 PM »
This will be my last note on this subject.

I am not saying that there ultimately shouldn't be a law for a child seat but the initial outset there should be a lot of educating people on their role as a safety device. Also People's situation will have to improve tremendously before certain things can actually go into place.

Before taking this action probably they need to beef up the policing of the roadways make sure they take time to remove all faulty and dangerous vehicles from the road and strickly enforce codes and speed limits without hesitance. Take care of these basics then we could begin to talk on other subjects for life preservation.

What is needed is for someone to begin a thorough search for the possibility of having some sort of inexpensive device that can be used by all. I have actually seen a little device that can be used on the seat belt that made the seat belt usable for kids without causing a choking effect in the event of an accident.

This is some good debating and more of what is needed in the general society. Because believe me it have people in T&T who are very ignorant to such a thing as a carseat, who will think that is some kind of money making gimmick by somebody in the U S or somewhere.


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Other Sports / Re: 2009 US Open.
« on: September 01, 2009, 10:39:20 AM »
Yeah he get a little rough up but nothing drastic. The crowd was next door watching Hewitt but when they hearing all the excitement in the Armstrong if you see rush een to see Blake. Ah white ting, when Blake hit a big shot hear she,' He is so excitting to look at'. Me and mih padna only laughing. If you hear dem woman bawl in dey for Blake. I eh lie doh, the fella he play give Blake a little run and we geh ah little ah we money's worth.
:rotfl:she want him to ruffle she feathers.

lol . He brother in de corner under the low. He brother look like he does geh real ting.

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Other Sports / Re: 2009 US Open.
« on: September 01, 2009, 10:29:08 AM »
Yeah he get a little rough up but nothing drastic. The crowd was next door watching Hewitt but when they hearing all the excitement in the Armstrong if you see rush een to see Blake. Ah white ting, when Blake hit a big shot hear she,' He is so excitting to look at'. Me and mih padna only laughing. If you hear dem woman bawl in dey for Blake. I eh lie doh, the fella he play give Blake a little run and we geh ah little ah we money's worth.

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General Discussion / Re: gosh man newsday, allyuh rel wutless
« on: September 01, 2009, 10:19:04 AM »
I hear everyone's point. But if you observe the defferent scenarios I gave you may be willing understand something as sensitive as this. This is not a law that can be mandated as of now. Things are still far from being able to pass this bill. Is like they trying to fight the PH Taxi but how you go put a total ban on something that bringing a ease on the public. At night when all them taxi man lock off who does hold things for the late working individual? When you and yuh gyul come out the dance and you want to get she in safe without having to fight up with a bandit in the wee hours ah the morning, who most likely go be dey to take alyuh home?

How you deal with the emergency situation, someone don't have a car and need a neighbour to take them somewhere fast. Where will the find the car seat?

I hear everybody but leh me hear from a local who in the fire talk first before I hear a bunch a foreign Trini in they nice living preach to me about excuses and backwardness.

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General Discussion / Re: gosh man newsday, allyuh rel wutless
« on: September 01, 2009, 07:34:14 AM »
WC I just giving people a little food for thought and I do remember that article.  :beermug:

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Other Sports / Re: Salandy honoured with highest award
« on: September 01, 2009, 07:29:34 AM »
I read this article this morning in the Express. I didn't know Jizelle Salandy died, I was in total shock to see the Reporter saying the late Jizelle Salandy. What happened that took her life? Anybody?

http://www.socawarriors.net/forum/index.php?topic=41096.0

Thanks Tallman. Sad Sad. I guess she was speeding and lost control or something. Didn't follow the whole thread but I will as the day go on.

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General Discussion / Re: gosh man newsday, allyuh rel wutless
« on: September 01, 2009, 07:13:43 AM »
People it hard for any law like that to be passed in T&T. How will you fight a law where a taxi carrying four or five people without a child seat in place. In T&T you know how much one ah dem seat cost?

To the average man they eh go be able to buy that. Just one too expensive to buy, imagine having to buy two or three? Where half the population eh have a car how you go fight that law when tanty and nenen carrying they grandchild somewhere and need ah nephew or neice to take them, who themself, don't have a child. Where dey finding a safety seat?

People think a little before talking about law for child seat. Trinidad society is totally different to developed countries who have a much better economy and have Families that have extra money to take they children on week vacations twice and three times a year in some nice expensive hotel in some other part of the world.

Most people just trying to get through the day in T&T. Where they finding money for a car seat when they got to travel with a friend or relative to see nenen? 

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Football / Re: ABU BAKR signs for Swansea City
« on: September 01, 2009, 06:48:47 AM »
He look like he go be big like he fadda. I saw a pic of him standing next to  someone and dat fella look tall like lamp post. They sure he only 6'.3"?

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Other Sports / Re: Salandy honoured with highest award
« on: September 01, 2009, 06:32:38 AM »
I read this article this morning in the Express. I didn't know Jizelle Salandy died, I was in total shock to see the Reporter saying the late Jizelle Salandy. What happened that took her life? Anybody?

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Other Sports / Re: 2009 US Open.
« on: September 01, 2009, 06:28:38 AM »
I was at the Open yesterday. IT has been a couple years since being there. Was in the Ashe Stadium whole day. See Clijster, Federer and Serena one after the other and it was ah nice scene. Later I  move to the Louis Armstrong Stadium and check out James Blake. After Blake match Hantuchova came on I watch that untill about half way in the second set and then left for the night around 8:15pm.

Britton play a few good games in the second set but that was all he had in the tank vs Federer. The crowd tried they best to get him going and maybe take a set but experience won in the end.

I must say mih eyes eh fully fail me yet, as all dem line challenge dem I was spot on with the calls. Except for one challenge in the Daniela Hantuchova match. Dem lines men and them in the Open some ah dem eh good at all. 

I will be there on Wednesday again and then Friday

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Football / Re: Apparently Yorke is in Honduras with the T&T side.
« on: September 01, 2009, 06:08:01 AM »
I like that. Boo we. Keep Booing we whole time we in Honduras. Dais wah dem boys need in Honduras.

We does play best when we back up against the wall.

 Boooooooooo   WE ;D

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What about Track & Field / Re: Usain Bolt on doping talk: Bring it on
« on: August 29, 2009, 03:53:32 AM »

"I'm trying to clean it up to let people know that you don't have to take something to run fast."




This is a question I have been questioning a lot. Can you really perform at the highest level in any sport and don't take anything illegal or banned (now or in the future) and be the top dog. I really hope some day I will be able to put this to rest thoroughly. I have competed in my field and have been able to train to the point of exhaustion and have taken something for recovery whether lucozade, Glucose(Cow and Gate) ;D, and have used a lot of body building stuff that everyone know contain a lot of these anabolics that is banned in sport. A lot of these I have used to help boost my system to the point of ultra fitness. I knew how to peak my body for any Tournament and made myself so fit untill I hardly ever became tired in competition.
I was speaking to a person the other day about my programme and he was so intrigued he wanted me to supply him a copy to test it out on himself. I am waiting on the right individual and athlete to come my way as to put this question to rest, one day.

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Football / Re: Helping kids, and having a ball doing it
« on: August 29, 2009, 03:23:06 AM »
Ian de Verteuil sound very familiar.

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General Discussion / Re: Need to buy a car.
« on: August 26, 2009, 07:04:30 AM »
as per your criteria, NONE ah dem car yuh call dey have low maintenance cost

Just curious though... why say that you can't afford a new car if you prepared to spend $35,000?

ah was goin an aks dat....but ah know trinbago people too good, so I eh bodder

De man want a nice ride man.

Anything German go be  expensive when coming to maintenence. Had Mercedes Benz and that was pretty pricey when coming to the mechanic. Only thing though. If you willing to spend for these cars you will have to be prepared for the pricier maintenance cost.

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Other Sports / Re: 2009 US Open.
« on: August 26, 2009, 06:52:51 AM »
The talk this year for the women is that it may be another Serena win. We got to know by now that these ladies Serena and Venus are major tournament players. They don't win the lower tier tournaments but they have been showing up lately at the majors in fairly good form. I got to give the sisters their props for committing to the game again, it seems for the moment.
 I have been very dissappointed in their committment over the years gone by but it seems they are making a last shot for the game again. I have seen them move from awesome players to almost pathetic. These inconsistent patterns did become the norm for them over the years and no one ever really knew which player would show up. This is probably the reason they've had so many injury problems.
Someone like Serena can't afford to not practice and just run into a tournament without sufficient preparation because her weight is the biggest of her problems. She's a big girl so she definitely have to keep training or spend a long time strengthening her body to withstand the rigors of the tour.
For the time being though the Tennis World waits with abated breath for the emergence of Federer to see which player would become the 'David' of The US Open.

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Other Sports / Re: 2009 US Open.
« on: August 26, 2009, 06:32:09 AM »
You may. They have practice courts where the big boys and them practice on the South side of the grounds. It has been known they practice there during the day at the Qualies as many others. You will have to keep a watch at the practice courts all day to see them. ;D
I have a pardnah(Trini) who go be there hanging out with them  I sure. He use to practice and train them in the early years. After Serena win the final last year she big up he and ah next friend of mine for being there to inspire her win.

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Other Sports / Re: 2009 US Open.
« on: August 25, 2009, 08:52:36 PM »
Aye fellas the Qualies wouldn't have Sharapova or Serena in there. Mostly unknowns you may have never heard of. Sometimes you do get a known face or so though.

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Other Sports / Re: 2009 US Open.
« on: August 25, 2009, 06:19:14 AM »
For anyone interested. The Open Qualies going on from today and is free. Anyone can go without having to fork out any cash untill Friday. Going to the Qualies help anyone understand how difficult the sport is and gain a true appreciation for what takes place out there on the Pro Tour.
I have went on a couple occasions and was totally blown away, every time, by the commitment necessary to participate on the Tour. One year I see a fella (I can't remember he name) run through the field, went into the main draw only to be anihilated in the first round.

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Other Sports / Re: 2009 US Open.
« on: August 24, 2009, 08:34:27 PM »
His only competition for the Open would be Djokovic or Murray. Also a fit Roddick could spring a surprise. Nadal would not be a contender probably untill the Aussie Open or after. Murray may spring some serious venom this Open.

I hopefully will be there for a few days the first week and one or two the second. Will be checking out some nice ting on the court. It really is the only time I pay attention to Women's Tennis. Tv cyar compete with the naked eye. ;D

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