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General Discussion / Happy Holidays
« on: December 18, 2011, 03:02:25 PM »
It's been a while.  Happy holidays to the SW crew. 

General Discussion / I'm Back Bitches!!!!!!!
« on: January 11, 2011, 07:41:18 PM »
On vacation until April 2011 and ah drunk!!!!!

f**k the mods..................................De Rat is back.

General Discussion / Seasons Greeting SW Crew
« on: January 03, 2010, 10:49:33 AM »
Back home for the hour (hoping to stay).


General Discussion / De Rat will be away for a while
« on: May 21, 2009, 07:49:09 AM »
Will catch up with you folks hopefully soon.

Cana, I'll miss you.


Becasue I come home ah lil drunk..I came home didn't I?

Yuh see me, I does woh too hard to be putting up with this shit.

General Discussion / Thank you Arlen Specter
« on: April 28, 2009, 11:32:10 AM »
Arlen Specter just crossed over!

General Discussion / Lovely Sunday Afternoon
« on: April 26, 2009, 11:13:53 AM »
Some wine, a nice book, and

General Discussion / New Yankee Workshop & This Old House
« on: April 25, 2009, 01:28:03 PM »
Sorry folks, but De Rat hooked and actually getting his hands dirty.  I'm attempting a storage shed for the grill and patio chairs.

General Discussion / Head gone!
« on: December 26, 2008, 10:36:49 PM »
I real drink.  For the last 4 days. 

General Discussion / Good Evening
« on: November 13, 2008, 07:50:02 PM »
Rat here:

Just a quick hello.  Mankind busy as f**k! No time these days to have fun on the site.

T-Cana, I still love you. 

What's the latest gossip, who get ban, cuss-out, horn?


General Discussion / De Rat Chippin down de f**kIN road
« on: August 15, 2008, 07:14:22 PM »
Summer almost done!

DOWN DE ROAD !!!!!!!!!!!!

What about Track & Field / Ato on NBC - Track
« on: August 14, 2008, 08:10:31 PM »
Ato say he work out on the new track in China.  De man only grinnin like ah real gladdest.

Go ATO!!! :rotfl:

General Discussion / Caribana Roll Call
« on: July 30, 2008, 05:13:37 PM »
I fuh one rolling out tomorrow night.


This and a bus pass for rainy days and the winter.

General Discussion / Man discovers woman living in his closet
« on: May 30, 2008, 09:36:26 AM »
 TOKYO, Japan (AP) -- A homeless woman who sneaked into a man's house and lived undetected in his closet for a year was arrested in Japan after he became suspicious when food mysteriously began disappearing.

Police found the 58-year-old woman Thursday hiding in the top compartment of the man's closet and arrested her for trespassing, police spokesman Hiroki Itakura from southern Kasuya town said Friday.

The resident of the home installed security cameras that transmitted images to his mobile phone after becoming puzzled by food disappearing from his kitchen over the past several months.

One of the cameras captured someone moving inside his home Thursday after he had left, and he called police believing it was a burglar. However, when they arrived they found the door locked and all windows closed.

"We searched the house ... checking everywhere someone could possibly hide," Itakura said. "When we slid open the shelf closet, there she was, nervously curled up on her side."

The woman told police she had no place to live and first sneaked into the man's house about a year ago when he left it unlocked.

The closet is part of a Japanese-style room, one of several rooms in his one-story house where the man lived alone -- or so he had thought.

Police were investigating how she managed to go in and out of the house unnoticed, as well as details of her life inside the closet, and if she had taken anything else besides food.

She had moved a mattress into the small closet space and apparently even took showers, Itakura said, calling the woman "neat and clean."

FAQ & Crew Meet Up. / Atlanta Carnival
« on: April 21, 2008, 06:37:45 PM »
Who going?

General Discussion / This Broke My Heart
« on: April 14, 2008, 07:26:48 AM »

The quiet community of Ravine Sable, Longdenville, remained in shock last night after a truck driver reportedly fed his two children a meal of stewed meat and dumplings laced with poison.

He then committed suicide.

The children—Sara Sieuchand, 11, and her ten-year-old brother Sean—were up to late yesterday in stable condition at the Eric Williams Medical Sciences Complex in Mt Hope.

Police said they believed the children’s father, Sharma “Keith” Sieuchand, 42, might have drunk Lanate, an agricultural insecticide. But his family and relatives say he may have taken a drug overdose.

Police believe the incident took place some time Saturday night.

The children’s mother, Atwaria, left the house several weeks ago after obtaining a restraining order against Sieuchand.

Sieuchand’s mother, Chanardai, 62, said Atwaria had been a victim of physical and verbal abuse. She said her son used to beat Atwaria constantly after smoking cocaine.

A neighbour, who asked not be identified, said Sean ran into a woman’s yard around 6.45 am yesterday.

The neighbour said Sean was shaken and had several bruises about the body. The man said residents thought Sean had been badly beaten, and decided to go into the house to see what had happened.

They found Sara lying next to her father on a mattress on the floor. There were bruises about her arms and legs.

Villagers called the police, who arrived shortly afterwards.

Sieuchand was already dead.

Police took the children to the Chaguanas Health Centre.

They were then transferred to the Eric Williams Medical Science Complex.

A villager, who requested anonymity, said Sieuchand had threatened to kill his wife and children several times.

“Sieuchand used to walk around threatening to kill himself and his children,” the villager said.

“I hear him saying, ‘When I going, I killing them…I not leaving nobody behind.’”

Villagers said Sean and Sara, both students of Longdenville Government School, were doing well in their studies. Sara was awaiting results of the SEA, while Sean had won several medals for academic performance.

Chanardai, who wept as undertakers removed her son’s body, said he had repeatedly spoken of killing himself and his wife.

The couple was married last year after living together for several years. Atwaria has six children from a previous marriage.

Junior Rattansingh, Sieuchand’s landlord, said he last saw him (Sieuchand) on Saturday. He said Sieuchand also offered him a meal.

“The man stop me and ask me to eat…Good thing I don’t eat food from anybody,” he said.

“After this experience, I am not eating any food on the outside ever again. Suppose I was poisoned?”

Police said the stewed meat and dumplings that were left back would be sent for testing.

Investigators said within the last three months three restraining orders had been served on Sieuchand. They said he had been warned several times.

It was only on March 24 that the bodies Hemraj Sookai, 49, and his four-year-old son Kennedy Sean Deolal were discovered in the family’s house in Caroni. Police believe Sookhai forced his son to drink Lanate.

—With reporting by Adrian Boodan
©2005-2006 Trinidad Publishing Company Limited 

Such a serious disparity between the “have and have-not” in Trinidad.  Last week they featured a f**kin rich boy who catch a big Marlin and owe he going to a private school and he parents is big-shut lawyers… to read this ..

Entertainment & Culture Discussion / Carnival 2008 Tunes
« on: January 25, 2008, 02:35:09 PM »
Which tune yuh like for the season thus far?

I like Carnival Please Stay by Shurwayne Winchester.

Entertainment & Culture Discussion / Enjoy!!
« on: December 12, 2007, 02:03:38 PM »




General Discussion / A Must See - The Great Debaters
« on: November 29, 2007, 02:58:03 PM »

Forget shit flicks like American Gangster....

Check out the The Great Debaters with Denzel and Forest.

A drama based on the true story of Melvin B. Tolson, a professor at Wiley College Texas. In 1935, he inspired students to form the school's first debate team, which went on to challenge Harvard in the national championship.

Bakes where you!

General Discussion / The Best Sex of Your life!!
« on: November 24, 2007, 06:50:21 PM »
Today I was crippled, unable to move nor have any sensory movement in my lower extremities.  Some may call it rape; I call it ah blow-out.  There was no cigarette, but rather concern and a need for me to say the rosary (all 5 mysteries). As a matter of fact, I saw St. Peter who gave me a bounce saying " Rat, go strong!"


General Discussion / Happy Thanksgiving Friends
« on: November 21, 2007, 04:07:18 PM »
Wishing you a great holiday.   :beermug:

General Discussion / Count on a Rampage
« on: November 16, 2007, 10:03:23 AM »
Start at the 3:50 minute mark.
 :rotfl: :rotfl: :rotfl:

Count hit Burt a "silance" 3 times.

General Discussion / Sour Ass
« on: November 09, 2007, 07:44:04 AM »
Ramesh is bulla man.
taken from the Trinidad & Tobago Guardian


Former attorney general and MP for Tabaquite Ramesh Lawrence Maharaj is scoffing at PM Patrick Manning’s decision to re-appoint Martin Joseph as Minister of National Security for a second term.

Maharaj, in a telephone interview yesterday, said in light of the crime situation facing the country, the re-appointment was an indication that “Mr Manning is not concerned with the safety and security of the people in T&T.”

He said Joseph had failed in his capacity and that “the country will continue with the scourge of kidnappings, murders and violence.”

Not proper choice

Regarding the appointment of Bridgid Annisette-George as Attorney General, Maharaj said an AG was supposed “to be distinguished in the practice of law, and a person that has gained the confidence of the people to be able to perform their duties in an efficient manner.”

Maharaj claimed further that the last AG, John Jeremie, as well as the present AG, were not proper choices.

He felt the AG could not rise to the occasion.

Annisette-George, who said yesterday she had had a private practice specialising in civil and matrimonial law, conveyancing and probate, told reporters:

“It is a very different work to what I’m accustomed to.”

She admitted that it would be challenging, but she was prepared to do her best.

Maharaj: Woodford Square swearing-in a breach

Maharaj is also claiming that the swearing-in of PM Manning in Woodford Square on Wednesday was a breach of the constitution.

Maharaj indicated that the constitution dictated that the PM and the AG should be sworn in at the same time, as Manning alone could “not constitute a cabinet.”

“T&T has been constitutionally robbed for a few hours,” he added.

(See Page 9)
©2005-2006 Trinidad Publishing Company Limited
Designed by: Randall Rajkumar-Maharaj · Updated daily by: Nicholas Attai

General Discussion / Ah vex Part # 2
« on: October 30, 2007, 05:29:08 PM »
How de fack Jack and that nasty man they call Bas go insult a noble man like Mr. Mandela so boy?

Hear na, that is the lowest, canal low.

All of you in Trinidad, please vote them in again, please ah beggin all yuh!

General Discussion / So Vex - ah Blue!!!!!!!!!!!!
« on: October 24, 2007, 04:30:50 PM »
So I wake up this morning, de usual, look to my left to see who it is sleeping in the bed, this time it was a young ting from de islands.  Red, nice legs, everything nice and fat...

After ah hit she 2-3 cuff, ah put on the TV to catch the 6:00 am news with that cat - Tom Sawyer mother (Dianne).

I've never been so angry in years (other than the time this Indian gal tell meh she making baby for De Rat).  Anyways, the report out of San Diego and parts of CA they declared disaster areas were painful to look at and listen to.

They reported many of these displaced people having access to counseling, body massages, kosher meals, having their pets with them in shelters, etc. 

Total luxury……...

Wha going on here?  Wha make these white devils so special?  What is the difference between these humans and those from the Katrina disaster?

General Discussion / Is Friday..
« on: October 12, 2007, 12:32:21 PM »
Fack all yuh!

General Discussion / Some Good Reading
« on: October 07, 2007, 08:06:43 PM »

Seeing that there can be change in the political climate, please take a moment to read this article and really think.

Law reform, tertiary education....

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