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TRIBE And BLISS 2014 Band Launch Review It's been ten years TRIBE has been around with their vibrant colors, fresh and new concepts in costumes, and satisfactory services to all their masqueraders. As far as costumes were concerned, they believed it was time for a ...
What Do You REQUIRE? (video)

Hey Guys, I know one of my blogs on here have talked about “requiring” like when you are in a relationship with someone male or female you have to require a certain standard. Let’s be honest, most people will take … #LINK#
Shanique Myrie inquiry – Barbados environmental officer part of Immigration scam? Questions about Barbados Environmental Officer Daniel Forde by One Who Knows The story is still developing but from the reports in the local news, questions are being asked about the role of Daniel Forde “a senior government environmental officer” in … Continue reading
Why I left news Reblogged from Sticky Valentines: I get asked two questions several times a week, and I brush off both with a verbal swat. One -- because I’m in my late 20s, I suppose – is when are you getting married? And … Continue reading
Carbon Fiber Construction - Inside Koenigsegg - YouTube Inside Koenigsegg provides for the first time, a look behind the scenes at Koenigsegg and examine how innovation within the highest echelon of sports car manufacturers will affect the broader automotive world. Company founder and principal, Christian Von Koenigsegg, hosts this nine-part series, which was produced at Koenigsegg headquarters in Angelholm, Sweden. In the first episode, Christian Von Koenigsegg reveals the secrets behind building automotive components from carbon fiber, the strong, lightweight material that's crucial to modern high-performance cars.
STOP ROBBING SCHOOLS! The recent spate of break-ins at the Green Pond Primary and Infant schools in the Cornwall Court community in St. James, represents the lack of regard for the education of the nation’s children on the part of the hungry miscreants, who continue to prey on the institution.
Of Darkness, and Bears I am generally an optimistic person. I think some of my friends would call me “feisty,” in fact (in Jamaica, this is pronounced “facety.”) But yesterday was one of those days when that positive energy seemed to fade away. The stars withdrew into their deepest holes, and it became dark. Full dark. In June of last year, I [...]