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Football / Re: Thread for the T&T vs Honduras game (28-Mar-2009).
« on: March 28, 2009, 08:02:04 PM »
No creativity in the middle, gave honduras too much space .. Thanks to the players who gave their all nevertheless.

Another example of suspect team selection by this coach roach.


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General Discussion / Re: No Clear Tint Law
« on: March 28, 2009, 03:44:33 PM »
Imagine the country in a state of lawlessness with crime and these people making a big deal about tint, makes you wonder.

We cannot read and understand we are a bunch of dumbasses.

Before I jump to conclusions, you care to clarify on that statement?
He is calling himself a dumbass and your agreeing that your one because of this question. Clear?

So you assume I am a dumbass too?  I did not ask you the question breds, speak when you're spoken to. 
Not anymore......

At least you're being honest ... it takes one to recognize one!  8)

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General Discussion / Re: No Clear Tint Law
« on: March 28, 2009, 02:47:55 PM »
Imagine the country in a state of lawlessness with crime and these people making a big deal about tint, makes you wonder.

We cannot read and understand we are a bunch of dumbasses.

Before I jump to conclusions, you care to clarify on that statement?
He is calling himself a dumbass and your agreeing that your one because of this question. Clear?

So you assume I am a dumbass too?  I did not ask you the question breds, speak when you're spoken to. 

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General Discussion / Re: No Clear Tint Law
« on: March 27, 2009, 10:29:59 PM »
Imagine the country in a state of lawlessness with crime and these people making a big deal about tint, makes you wonder.

We cannot read and understand we are a bunch of dumbasses.

Before I jump to conclusions, you care to clarify on that statement?

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General Discussion / Re: No Clear Tint Law
« on: March 27, 2009, 10:17:44 PM »
Imagine the country in a state of lawlessness with crime and these people making a big deal about tint, makes you wonder.
Thats why they doing this. Im not disclosing who I know and told me, but tint windows = same of someone walking into a bank with a mask.  Its hard for people to see and Identify personels in a vehicle that might be involved in a crime.  So if there was not a huge volume of kidnapping and robbing in the nation, this law would not be enforced like this. And they are not taking the chance of something happening around the summit of the Americas season.  Any petty crime will be enforce against in the future also. Soon for begging/pan handling, and wiping man windows for a few dollars to be enforce against too. Simple crimes lead to overwhelming serious crimes.  Thats why they starting with simple organization against illegal tinted window.

Hey Babalawo, I agree with everything you said and what the police are trying to accomplish ... but the police already know who committing the crimes, so spend your resources going after these people and stop picking on the innocent.

as i say before not all the people innocent who have tint , they catching men one murder warrants and drug possession,  it may be wrong what they doing but, at the end of the day, we cah do nothing about it sad to say

I agree with you on this, is just I know some people personally who were stopped and yes they are lawful citizens.

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General Discussion / Re: No Clear Tint Law
« on: March 27, 2009, 10:07:43 PM »
Imagine the country in a state of lawlessness with crime and these people making a big deal about tint, makes you wonder.
Thats why they doing this. Im not disclosing who I know and told me, but tint windows = same of someone walking into a bank with a mask.  Its hard for people to see and Identify personels in a vehicle that might be involved in a crime.  So if there was not a huge volume of kidnapping and robbing in the nation, this law would not be enforced like this. And they are not taking the chance of something happening around the summit of the Americas season.  Any petty crime will be enforce against in the future also. Soon for begging/pan handling, and wiping man windows for a few dollars to be enforce against too. Simple crimes lead to overwhelming serious crimes.  Thats why they starting with simple organization against illegal tinted window.

Hey Babalawo, I agree with everything you said and what the police are trying to accomplish ... but the police already know who committing the crimes, so spend your resources going after these people and stop picking on the innocent.

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Football / Re: Warriors to break Honduras jinx
« on: March 27, 2009, 10:02:33 PM »
Amen.  And next week to.   ;D

Amen and Amen to that   ;D

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Entertainment & Culture Discussion / Re: Old commercials
« on: March 27, 2009, 09:52:09 PM »
Any body could find the OC Blackman Carib Christmas commercial in Santa Cruz, well I was in that one ... 8)

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General Discussion / Re: No Clear Tint Law
« on: March 27, 2009, 09:39:26 PM »
Imagine the country in a state of lawlessness with crime and these people making a big deal about tint, makes you wonder.

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Cricket Anyone / Re: Test Match 4- West Indies v England
« on: February 28, 2009, 12:35:59 PM »
261 for 3

Sarwan 117    Chanderpaul 60

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Rihanna and Chris Brown reported back together

      ANGELES (Reuters) – Pop star Rihanna was reported on Friday to have reunited with her R&B singer boyfriend Chris Brown, less than three weeks after he was alleged to have assaulted her.

People magazine said Barbados-born Rihanna -- who had hits with "Umbrella" and "Disturbia" -- and Brown were spending time together at one of the homes of hip hop mogul Sean "Diddy" Combs.

"They're together again. They care for each other," People quoted an unidentified source as saying.

"While Chris is reflective and saddened about what happened, he is really happy to be with the woman he loves," the source said in a report on People's website.

A representative of Chris Brown had no comment on the People report. Rihanna's publicist could not immediately be reached.

Brown, 19, a rising young star with a huge teen fan base, was arrested on February 8 on suspicion of making criminal threats against a woman after a late-night altercation in a car.

Los Angeles prosecutors have not yet decided whether to file formal charges against Brown, who performed chart-toppers "Run It!" and "Forever."

A picture of a bruised Rihanna with swollen lips was leaked on the Internet last week, apparently from Los Angeles police files, and added credence to widespread reports that the woman involved was her.

The assault on the eve of the Grammy Awards caused both stars to cancel their scheduled appearances. It sent shockwaves through the music industry and stunned fans of the couple, who had been dating for about a year.

Rihanna returned to her family in Barbados and Brown issued a statement on February 15 saying he was "sorry and saddened" about the incident and was seeking counseling.

People magazine reported earlier this week that Brown telephoned Rihanna on her 21st birthday a week ago.

"He called to wish her happy birthday," a source told the magazine. "They've reached out to each other. It's been mutual."

(Reporting by Jill Serjeant; Editing by John O'Callaghan)


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Entertainment & Culture Discussion / Re: Panorama Finals
« on: February 21, 2009, 07:59:40 PM »

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Entertainment & Culture Discussion / Re: Panorama Finals
« on: February 21, 2009, 07:26:33 PM »
Well gih we ah link nah?

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Football / Re: How much say does Latas have.
« on: February 11, 2009, 09:55:25 PM »
No Say .... when dey get rid of the de guy with de fro then things may change.  

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Football / Re: Dwight get a red card
« on: February 11, 2009, 09:49:07 PM »
Here we go again ... back to face the US without Dwight.



Well de way he was bun, it may not make a difference  ::)

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Football / Re: Thread for the T&T vs El Salvador game (11-Feb-2009).
« on: February 11, 2009, 09:06:49 PM »
We make them ESL players look like Harlem Globetrotters, running rings around T&T mids and defence ... What a shame.

Bad coach tactics, Birchall should never come off, he is de best defensive mid and we up by two goals.

We eh reach!!!!

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Football / Re: Squad named for WCQ vs El Salvador.
« on: February 03, 2009, 09:08:08 PM »
Hey JC .. Ah know dem fellas on yuh case that yuh talking shit but I have to agree with you on some things.

My thoughts are Latas eh have much input in these picks, this madman gone back to he normal suspects and it definitely ain't the best squad we have, especially in the back.

Ah hope we win some games though and prove mehself wrong bout this madman.  :beermug:

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General Discussion / Re: How much of allyuh had one of these ??
« on: January 20, 2009, 08:08:35 PM »
All yuh making meh smile boy .. I remember them days in Palladium sitting in pit watching kick-up and western    :rotfl: :rotfl:

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General Discussion / Re: Guatemalans take to vigilantism
« on: December 25, 2008, 10:29:58 PM »
Eh trini not doing that, the only thing the will shurley do together is look foward to christmas ,carnival .

Zulu, I agree with you on this one, Trinis is fun loving people


Deeks, My opinion is that the outsiders doing de killing in TT.

How exactly do you define outsider?  Just for my education....
Eh trini not doing that, the only thing the will shurley do together is look foward to christmas ,carnival .

Zulu, I agree with you on this one, Trinis is fun loving people


Deeks, My opinion is that the outsiders doing de killing in TT.

interesting... what is your definition of 'outsider'

Well according to Websters Dictionary 'a person who does not belong to a particular group'

Am I not allowed to state my opinion
So ah guess yuhs an insider? and yes your allowed to have an opinion no matter how idiotic and nonsensical it may be.

for the record let me educate you on something, if you're not ah native trinidadian my friend (carib/ arawak)  then you're an outsider! since most of the black ppl living in thios former british colony came from grenada , st vincent, guyana , guadelope.

in the 1800s when the colony only had less than 10,000 ppl it was seemingly not enough man power to maintain the colony so the crown went ahead and imported thousands of slaves from guyana , st vencent, grenada, and guadelope, so the next time you call ppl outsiders , you might just be talking bout yuh self since it's near to impossible to find ah true trini from the first batch of imported labor.

if in doubt , go read ah book called the history of trinidad and tobago by DR Eric Eustace Williams.

another thing ! i had and still have real bad cousins living in laventille and their great grand mother was ah pure native trinidadian (carib). so there goes your theory.

most of the crime in T&T is committed by youths ranging in age 14 -30, so yuh go tell me is lil boys from the smaller islands doing all that crime right ?

this is the kinda dotish talk dat does drive me nuts, it still have ppl like you in T&T? i thought that was ah outdated mentality that died with the old uneducate folks who predicated this kinda foolishness.

ppl came from all over the world and the caribbean to create this melting pot we call trinidad and if yuh check most of our hero's , they probably have roots elsewhere.

come on guy be ah little more sophisticated in yuh analysis nah dread, it's the same backward way of thinking the yanks have towards us caribbeans here in the USA and it's ah very disheartening feeling to say the least, so let us put dat ignorant outdated way of thinking to bed once and for all. 

remeber when you point a finger three more if pointing back @ you.                                                       positive

Thank you for educating me on the residents/citizens of T&T breds, just for the record I know my history too and no I did not read the book by Dr Eric Williams. I am not in the position at this time or as a matter of fact anytime to go back and forth with you to try and resolve an online post that could go on and on, so let's leave it as is. Your points taken.

After all it's my opinion and I'm comfortable with it whether you or anyone else agree.

PS. Is we own people of T&T (insiders/outsiders) that have the Yanks thinking the way they do and I'm sure I am not part of that equation!  I hope you are doing your part to educate the yanks about sweet T&T.

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General Discussion / Re: Merry Christmas and blessed 2009
« on: December 25, 2008, 06:26:08 PM »
Wishing everyone a very Merry Christmas and a happy and prosperous New Year.  May God bless you and your families.  :beermug:


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General Discussion / Re: Guatemalans take to vigilantism
« on: December 24, 2008, 08:39:22 PM »
Eh trini not doing that, the only thing the will shurley do together is look foward to christmas ,carnival .

Zulu, I agree with you on this one, Trinis is fun loving people


Deeks, My opinion is that the outsiders doing de killing in TT.

How exactly do you define outsider?  Just for my education....
Eh trini not doing that, the only thing the will shurley do together is look foward to christmas ,carnival .

Zulu, I agree with you on this one, Trinis is fun loving people


Deeks, My opinion is that the outsiders doing de killing in TT.

interesting... what is your definition of 'outsider'

Well according to Websters Dictionary 'a person who does not belong to a particular group'

Am I not allowed to state my opinion

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General Discussion / Re: Guatemalans take to vigilantism
« on: December 23, 2008, 10:15:59 PM »
Eh trini not doing that, the only thing the will shurley do together is look foward to christmas ,carnival .

Zulu, I agree with you on this one, Trinis is fun loving people


Deeks, My opinion is that the outsiders doing de killing in TT.

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General Discussion / Drugs Thread
« on: December 23, 2008, 09:38:58 PM »
No more Guyana hot sauce   Cocaine in Toronto


Big drug bust nets $40M in cocaine

Map: GTA homicides Crime Stoppers Dec 23, 2008 03:33 PM
Adrian Morrow
Staff reporter

Police have seized $40 million worth of cocaine and arrested one suspect in one of the largest busts in Ontario history.

The cocaine was smuggled inside boxes of hot sauce on a boat from Guyana and destined for an Etobicoke food importer. The drug was inserted into the cardboard dividers inside the boxes, police said today.

"Cocaine is everyone's enemy," Durham Chief Mike Ewles told reporters when he announced the bust. "This arrest will have an impact on the availability of the drug in the GTA."

Border guards uncovered the cocaine during an inspection of a freighter arriving in St. John, N.B. on Dec. 8. Agents found the cocaine in 551 of the 1,250 boxes of sauce on board.

In total, they found 276 kilograms of cocaine which, when cut and resold by street-level drug dealers, could amount to as much as 400 kilograms of the drug.

They removed most of the cocaine, but allowed 2 kilograms to be delivered to Caribbean International Food Distributors in Etobicoke. When the boxes were loaded into a storage facility on Dec. 19, a male suspect was arrested.

"We believe the drugs we seized were destined for Durham Region and other communities in the Golden Horseshoe," Inspector Tom Cameron of the Durham Regional Police said at a press conference.

The bust is the first big break for police involved in Project Falcon, an investigation started in November 2007 by Durham police with the goal of identifying the source of drugs being sold in the region.

The investigation helped police first identify the man who was ultimately arrested in the bust.

The cocaine has been tested by Health Canada and found to be 80 per cent pure, Cameron said. He said the cocaine bust is the largest in Durham Region and might also be the biggest ever in Ontario.

Mahendrapaul Doodnauth, 45, of Toronto, is charged with importing cocaine, conspiracy to import cocaine and possession of cocaine for the purpose of trafficking.

He was scheduled to appear in court today.

With files from Jeff Mitchell


 

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General Discussion / Re: Bandit shoots off ‘private part’
« on: December 22, 2008, 06:18:11 PM »
This one good for de Jokes thread   :rotfl: :rotfl:

A bullet shoulda go up he ass too  :devil: :devil:


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Football / Re: Lets be honest!!
« on: December 21, 2008, 09:11:39 PM »
At this point in time Rusell Latapy should not have an "real" role on the TnT team. He's forty years old and clearly cannot keep up with the play of our regional foes. And he's a player/coach for at best an average scottish team. I have appreciated what he has done for this country over the years and will forever be grateful. But i dont see y his name keeps coming up either as a player or coach at such a crucial stge in our qualifying campaign. Am i the only one that feels this way??????

Lets be honest , you are a serious jackass with zero to little football sense. I dont see why you should be allowed to write as either a pretender playing you know the game or as an idiot who really dont know the game. I know that I am not the only that feels this way.
        Why you don't hull your MC,you always f**king up somebody on this website and this shyt has to stop,everybody here entitled to their own opinion,just because they don't agree or not in line with what your say you have problems with them,look f**k YOU and give people a chance to speak their minds.You eh tired talking shyt on the site.

Well Said ..  :beermug:


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Football / Re: Suggestions for our new national coach!!
« on: December 08, 2008, 09:24:16 PM »
Nakhid

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Football / Re: Wrong team selected Experts bemoan T&T's Caribbean Cup flop
« on: December 08, 2008, 09:20:11 PM »
Good article, buh it too late.  Damage done!

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Football / Re: Thread for the T&T vs Jamaica Game (07-Dec-2008).
« on: December 08, 2008, 08:51:49 PM »
It eh take much 4 yuh national pride 2 b at a high. Beatin dat team eh no accomplishment boss. Beat we hex team but wait dat go have 2 b 2014 see ya
Since the HEX is just another qualifying process my national pride remains intact. And why you keep forgetting that it was a draw with the Reggae Boyz that knocked T&T out of the Gold Cup.

June 2009 will reveal how the "T&T in the HEX" song will continue. 8) 8)
When is Ja's first game in the hex again? Oops my bad, Ja is NOT in the hex is it? ::) This is big boy football son. There is always 2016. :P TnT will represent in the motherland for the Caribbean. Peace :chilling:
Representing the Caribbean with that team in South Africa when T&T couldn't even beat a little boy's football team from Greneda. :rotfl: :rotfl: :rotfl: I don't even see T&T making 10 points with USA, Mexico, Costa Rica and Honduras in the HEX.

The only thing left for T&T in 2008 is a 9th Caribbean before the 2009 debacle begins in the HEX. OOPS! My bad. I just remember that Jamaica knocked T&T out of the runnings for a 9th title. :rotfl: :rotfl: :rotfl: :rotfl: :rotfl: 8)   
 

Wey you was after allyuh get knocked out of de Hex .. now, somebody say shit and you sliding ieeeen ... big steups

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Football / Re: Thread for the T&T vs Jamaica Game (07-Dec-2008).
« on: December 07, 2008, 06:35:06 PM »
Ah see de Jammies an dem come out now from seclusion after de Hex qualifiers .. 

Don't know what to say abour T&T nah ...  :o

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Football / Re: Thread for the T&T vs Barbados Game (05-Dec-2008).
« on: December 05, 2008, 09:08:25 PM »
All yuh upset bout d sums we had 2 dust out d win b 2 clear goals juzzy v Bermuda.

One half is enough let me find something else 2 watch


 :rotfl: :rotfl: :rotfl: Ah already watching something else on TV in T-Dot, is jus ah eh say nothing .. :rotfl: :rotfl:

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