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What ah joke!! imagine bahrain is the friendliest country in the world according to forbs! what iz the world coming too!          http://travel.yahoo.com/p-interests-30903755

I got a good impression of the people when I watch Ato dvd. That change a bit for the playoff game though.

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General Discussion / Re: Things are feeling to eat this season .
« on: December 24, 2009, 11:40:15 PM »
Fella you open a window of opportunity to get serious pong !!

Mr Pot...meet Mr Kettle

 :rotfl:

poor davyjenny...de few times he does post, he does still get pong each time

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Football / Re: Beenhakker wants to outsmart Cruyff
« on: December 23, 2009, 07:09:53 PM »
Beenie is not the greatest coach in the world. But he has nothing to prove to anybody. He accomplished his mission when he coach TT. We at least got a point and lots of admiration from the international press. He was playing it safe and not to get embarassed. What he said about TT is nothing. We have heard worse. The good thing aboutBeenie,  is that he did NOT overstay his welcome. After the WC, he left.

Now a lot of men think he is a shit coach by picking Bleeder over Latas. he went by his gut feeling. he was the coach. Just like Gally decided to pick Brow over Carter. That was Gally gut feeling and was quite successfully with his decision until that faithfull(unfaithful) day. The same with Beenie. Should he have started Latas in the 3rd game. Propably yes. But he did not  and brought him on a little too late. But Latas luckier than quite a few famous ballers. George Best and Ryan Giggs. He got a cobo sweat, them got none.

sh*t coach, no...sh*t move, yes  :-\

palos gave his take on dat decision and he had a point about our ability to "limit damage" wit latas on for entire games, but I'll say evans wise was d damn wrong choice after england score, should ah be latas, we was already behind an' any further damage woulda be moot give d time left, and not starting latas was d damn wrong choice against paraguay, we still had ah slim shot ah makin second round......................... but dais gettin into ifs and buts, it gone aready u know d sayin "spilt milk" cryin' :beermug:

Yeah I hear that and my argument was dat there was nothing Bleeder did that Latas was incapable of, and we coulda get a nice through pass or creative spark at least. Maybe Bleeder had the stamina advantage. Anyway yuh right on the spilt milk, although I was cryin' for prob a year after 2006 about that. Doh get me started on Evans Wise....I just realize yuh have mih posting about the two single T&T players that make me cuss the most

Wise is an exemplary citizen off the field though

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Football / Re: Beenhakker wants to outsmart Cruyff
« on: December 23, 2009, 12:17:36 AM »
Beenie is not the greatest coach in the world. But he has nothing to prove to anybody. He accomplished his mission when he coach TT. We at least got a point and lots of admiration from the international press. He was playing it safe and not to get embarassed. What he said about TT is nothing. We have heard worse. The good thing aboutBeenie,  is that he did NOT overstay his welcome. After the WC, he left.

Now a lot of men think he is a shit coach by picking Bleeder over Latas. he went by his gut feeling. he was the coach. Just like Gally decided to pick Brow over Carter. That was Gally gut feeling and was quite successfully with his decision until that faithfull(unfaithful) day. The same with Beenie. Should he have started Latas in the 3rd game. Propably yes. But he did not  and brought him on a little too late. But Latas luckier than quite a few famous ballers. George Best and Ryan Giggs. He got a cobo sweat, them got none.

sh*t coach, no...sh*t move, yes  :-\

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General Discussion / Re: Would you stay if he cheated?
« on: December 15, 2009, 02:31:35 PM »
The topic was relationships. And (I will blame the wine), I said a woman should be able to have different men for different needs without society calling her names.
Well..lawd...good ting ah had meh vex money chook in meh brassiere... :rotfl: :rotfl:

Daz a real good point dey Queen.

Can ONE person fulfill ALL of our desires?

Should that ONE person be the be all and end all?

If yuh have a husband dat great in bed, home every night, you trust completely, but lazy no ass, doh do nutten rong de house, and cheap on top all a dat.....should you stay in the relationship purely because  allyuh married?

Or if was reversed.  He is de ultimate handy man, very generous with time and money, you trust him completely, but he cyah fork to save he life....yuh go jes grin and bear it because "love conquers all?"

Does the institution of marriage re: monogamy run counter to every basic instinct of a human being?


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General Discussion / Re: Close one in Kabul today.
« on: December 15, 2009, 12:00:11 PM »
boy I still taken aback as to how close you were. I read some breaking stories about it, apparently it was a suicide bombing in a high-end area of Kabul?

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General Discussion / Re: Close one in Kabul today.
« on: December 15, 2009, 11:43:07 AM »
Take care of yourself boy VB, happy to hear you safe and sound.  :whew:

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General Discussion / Re: ohhh Evan
« on: December 12, 2009, 11:03:51 AM »
Think he put a quarter in my 500 PS3 ,now the disk wont go in  :waiting: .

He feel is ah arcade  ;D
hahaha nice one lol .steuppss that thing is my whole entertainment center oui .

carry it Pacific Mall it prob have some saddist there who can fix it

I now ketch the Evanita thing, lawd boy  :D

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General Discussion / Re: ohhh Evan
« on: December 12, 2009, 10:32:34 AM »
Think he put a quarter in my 500 PS3 ,now the disk wont go in  :waiting: .

He feel is ah arcade  ;D

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I'd give him the first-half of the decade...the 2nd half is nostalgia

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Football / Re: The greatest goals of the decade
« on: December 11, 2009, 12:49:30 PM »
Ronaldinho toepee against Chelsea should be on that list. 

I can't be the only one who find that wasn't that special. All he do was find ah opening to shoot...

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General Discussion / Re: Who Livin Cabbage Town in TO
« on: December 10, 2009, 07:47:17 PM »

But the food in Friendship is worth the effort.
One time I went to pick up some food and two fellas was holding on to the juke box wining. I couldn't laugh because I know if would lose the battle of the steupse...

Queen and Pecan, I now come back from Friendship. I get the chicken with fried rice, it not all dat (stinge with the chicken but a whole setta rice) but I haven't tried the other dishes yet. Judging from the menu I not sure how "Caribbean style" it is...it seems to simply be North American 'chinese' food. The pepper sauce decent. Maybe you could recommend me a particular dish.

Juke box and thing still intact  ;D

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General Discussion / Re: Who Livin Cabbage Tong in TO
« on: December 10, 2009, 12:20:09 PM »

so where is de bess trinbagonian food at ;D

NOWHERE  :(

Toronto is sorely lacking fuh a good authentic Trini restaurant, sad because I think it would do very well

den jump back on the 401...5 minutes east to mc cowan

http://www.google.ca/#hl=en&source=hp&q=roti+hut+scarborough&meta=&aq=0&oq=roti+hut&fp=995c1dd0cdcc32ea

Everyting from yuh lookin for , from relaxed dine in ambience to conchs roti to kurma...drupati sorf

Thanks for the link man. but i neva hear about this place before...I go try it. A lot of the places in Scarberia name Roti this and Roti that mostly Guyanese it seems.

I does wake up sometimes with this very real, intense unexplicable urge to devour a hot roti. A good one. It is prob the winter.

Btw remember dat Hardball lounge we watch the '06 WC games in...yuh eat anything there??


QM, I will check out that Friendship place since you recommend it....see what their Char Siu Kai Fan tastin like.

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General Discussion / Re: Would you stay if he cheated?
« on: December 09, 2009, 07:39:53 PM »
I thought this SNL bit on Tiger situation was kinda funny (sorry don't know how to embed).

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=01tIerAhzfk

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Football / Re: UEFA Champions League 09-10
« on: December 09, 2009, 03:39:57 PM »
Iner score... ;D but Barca equalise... >:(

2-1 Barca

another ruthless domination by the big side

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General Discussion / Re: More Christian love.
« on: December 09, 2009, 01:55:15 AM »

as far as this woman or anyone else fitting her description, they had very bad experiences with religious ppl/ organizations/ family, and i don't blame them for reacting to the abuse, but i do blame them for holding ah crusade against the faith it self!


Well Ayaan has lived and breathed her faith well into her adulthood. She has 100 % immersion in the holy sources of the faith and has lived in one of the countries where she believes the faith is practiced in its purest form (Saudi Arabia).

I understand the anger at the 'crusades' of men like Dennett, Dawkins and Hitchens but when someone like Ayaan, or others from deep within the faith themselves - culture aside - speak out about it and make such ah leap to nonbelief, yuh can't help but have a listen.

I hear yuh on the rest of yuh post doh - about every single sane human being.

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General Discussion / Re: Who Livin Cabbage Tong in TO
« on: December 09, 2009, 01:12:05 AM »

so where is de bess trinbagonian food at ;D

NOWHERE  :(

closest to a bess is Midland and Lawrence, but is mostly doubles, channa pie, roti etc. At least yuh have red solo and busta too.

Toronto is sorely lacking fuh a good authentic Trini restaurant, sad because I think it would do very well

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General Discussion / Re: More Christian love.
« on: December 08, 2009, 02:39:25 PM »
Grande, my bad I was thinking of the Iranian Nobel Laureate (Shirin Ebadi, ah had to go check).  Ayaan Hirsi Ali, now that you mention her Somali heritage and the "Netherlands"... she's the one who was a minister in the Dutch parliament, right?  If in fact she was influenced by "Enlightenment" writers then I could understand her atheism as they saw religion a cloth used to stifle thinking and oppression...which at the time it was.  But their undoing to me is that they failed to look at it universally, rather than from the confines of their own experience.  To them man is supposed to free himself from 'servitude' (my word) to God in order for him to achieve his full potential.

So to her I could see, given her dissatisfaction with Islam, how their anti-religious rhetoric could find resonance with her.  While a member of the Dutch Parliament wasn't she also opposed to increased immigration?  Kinda ironic, if not hypocritical (assuming I have that factoid straight).

Yes Bakes she was the Dutch minister you were thinking about.

She say the major cataylst for her shedding Islam was Sept. 11 and how all what bin laden was saying/doing etc was emulating the Quran and life of Muhummad.

She have ah engaging debate with Tariq Ramadan on youtube if yuh ever get the chance.

Not sure if she was opposed to increased immigration. She had a serious issue with the Dutch concept of multiculturalism, where it lets communities of immigrants just 'be', letting them preserve their traditions and values without criticizing or questioning it especially when it is to the detriment of women, children, homosexuals etc. Accepting the differences without really scrutinizing what makes them/us different. By accepting the perceived injustices, one only perpetuates it and doesn't force the people within the communities to look inwardly and challenge their own values.

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General Discussion / Re: More Christian love.
« on: December 08, 2009, 01:22:12 PM »
I choose not to have faith in invisible Gods.  But I have no problem with your faith.  Faith is not a bad thing, it is a good thing.

It's a rather unintellectual position to limit one's faith only to that which one can see.  Must be a very stunted existence to live without faith in "love", "happiness", "beauty"... "the future".  Indeed, what is "faith" if it's only invested in the tangible?  The concept seems inherently oxymoronic... but if that's your choice, then that is your choice.

An excerpt from an essay by Ayaan Hirsi Ali came into mind when I read this.

"The only position that leaves me with no cognitive dissonance is atheism. It is not a creed. Death is certain, replacing both the siren-song of Paradise and the dread of Hell. Life on this earth, with all its mystery and beauty and pain, is then to be lived far more intensely: we stumble and get up, we are sad, confident, insecure, feel loneliness and joy and love. There is nothing more; but I want nothing more."

She grow up under de Ayatollah... yuh blame she fuh not having faith? lol

Yeah she went through a lot of painful cultural processes (She is Somali, ex-Muslim) but apart from dat she real have it in for Islam in its purest form and apparently later on she shrugged off God after living in the Netherlands and reading Enlightenment thinkers. I think I was fascinated how a true believer could do dat. I've read her books; she have an intriguing perspective

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General Discussion / Re: More Christian love.
« on: December 08, 2009, 12:55:18 PM »
I choose not to have faith in invisible Gods.  But I have no problem with your faith.  Faith is not a bad thing, it is a good thing.

It's a rather unintellectual position to limit one's faith only to that which one can see.  Must be a very stunted existence to live without faith in "love", "happiness", "beauty"... "the future".  Indeed, what is "faith" if it's only invested in the tangible?  The concept seems inherently oxymoronic... but if that's your choice, then that is your choice.

An excerpt from an essay by Ayaan Hirsi Ali came into mind when I read this.

"The only position that leaves me with no cognitive dissonance is atheism. It is not a creed. Death is certain, replacing both the siren-song of Paradise and the dread of Hell. Life on this earth, with all its mystery and beauty and pain, is then to be lived far more intensely: we stumble and get up, we are sad, confident, insecure, feel loneliness and joy and love. There is nothing more; but I want nothing more."

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You know I completely forgot about this place on my list of snapping landscapes....  :beermug:
Like I would love to visit the temple on the sea. But dunno if you hadda make appointment or what restrictions if any are there....Zulu you know?




Make sure on yuh way u stop and c d Hanoman statue and d Indian Museum

uhmmm where dat is?
Yeah man, send meh mudda lass born behind gawd back and get she loss >:(


On d way 2 d temple by d sea. Come off d Freeport flyover drive 2 St. Mary's Junction cross  d lights drive 2 Jerry Junction turn right at Jerry Junction. Temple by d sea is straight down waterloo rd.


Mary and Jerry Junctions? Wha dey ass is dis  :rotfl: :rotfl: :rotfl:


Good Christian names in d heart on Hinduism u must luv it.

It had somebody name Jerry in the Bible?

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General Discussion / Re: Canada's CGX to drill for oil, gas in Guyana
« on: December 02, 2009, 04:52:21 PM »
Thanks for de info Daft Trini and Rooks :beermug:

I had no idea about that; I learn something today about Guyana, although I still eh know wuh the rass to make of it

So on the real...it have people in Valsayn minding a small Amerindian figure? Why they doing that for - the same reasons Daft Trini said??



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General Discussion / Re: Canada's CGX to drill for oil, gas in Guyana
« on: December 02, 2009, 07:55:18 AM »
ah waiting fuh dem tuh run into ah buck

Imagine Guyana barely have over half a million people nah. Real wildlife probably yet unencountered.

What is a buck?

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Entertainment & Culture Discussion / Re: Mister Santa Claus
« on: December 02, 2009, 12:31:25 AM »
Bring Drinks - Sprangalang:
<a href="http://www.youtube.com/v/6Q2xsQn14u8" target="_blank" rel="noopener noreferrer" class="bbc_link bbc_flash_disabled new_win">http://www.youtube.com/v/6Q2xsQn14u8</a>

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General Discussion / Re: Welcome the newest soca princess...
« on: December 02, 2009, 12:13:42 AM »
proud to announce that Kilowog and my sister had a baby girl.  She was born at 7:45pm on Dec 1st, 2009 at 6lbs 2oz. 

:beermug: for the new father!!!

Dis man beat me to it....Mom and baby girl warrior doing good...Going back to the hospital..

Very happy news Dragon man! Glad to hear L and the little one is doing well. Congrats and doh have her watching Man Utd, I have Barca tapes if yuh want.

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Football / Re: EUROPEAN PLAYER OF THE YEAR
« on: November 29, 2009, 09:51:53 PM »
YOUNG LIONEL DESERVES IT! TODAY'S SHOWING WAS AH FIRM CONFIRMATION...BEST IN D WORLD IMO!!

Allyuh have to give jack he jacket!

Xavi for me

very good choice and very good candidate! but yuh kno how it is in d football world is d more "brand name" players does reap all d rewards. Players like Xavi..Iniesta..Puyol (d unsung heroes) would alwayz get d wrong end of d stick!

Yes Puyol as well fuh real...the man hold down that right flank in the CL as if he played attacking wingback all his life

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Football / Re: EUROPEAN PLAYER OF THE YEAR
« on: November 29, 2009, 06:49:44 PM »
YOUNG LIONEL DESERVES IT! TODAY'S SHOWING WAS AH FIRM CONFIRMATION...BEST IN D WORLD IMO!!

Allyuh have to give jack he jacket!

Xavi for me

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Football / Re: Darryl Roberts is a father
« on: November 26, 2009, 06:00:34 PM »
Xiomara?

Wheeeeeyyyyyysssssssss!!!


Co-sign

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Football / Re: Henry admits handball
« on: November 25, 2009, 07:05:02 PM »
I didn't understand the relation to transvestite...like if it were R9 I woulda get it  ;)

where the poster worm? Interested to hear his thoughts on the whole incident

"Humor can be dissected as a frog can, but the thing dies in the process..."


I realize I kill it, but now I genuinely curious as to what I miss, cause I think "transvestite" was used intentionally  :thinking:

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Football / Re: Henry admits handball
« on: November 25, 2009, 05:03:23 PM »
This whole incident is a transvestite of justice.

lol

I doh get it...?
travesty
:rotfl: :rotfl: :rotfl: :rotfl: :rotfl: :rotfl: :rotfl:

Davy Jenny!


arhm doh know about dat..............seemed like ah perfectly good pun to me

I didn't understand the relation to transvestite...like if it were R9 I woulda get it  ;)

where the poster worm? Interested to hear his thoughts on the whole incident

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