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THERE are many persons who take the position that anger is not an appropriate expression of feeling. Indeed, not only do many religious persons subscribe to this position, but there are actually many parents of no specific religious commitment who share this perspective and actually beat their children in order to take anger out of their repertoire of emotional responses. For many of these persons, anger speaks of…Continue
Prime Minister Bruce Golding came on national television and told us Jamaicans that he was fully aware of the fact that at least five of the Jamaica Labour Party (JLP) members of parliament were holding their seats illegally since 2007, having won their seats while holding foreign citizenship.
He said that he hid…Continue
MOBILE service provider Digicel yesterday announced that it had signed an agreement with America Movil to acquire its Claro business in Jamaica.
The financial terms of the transaction have not been disclosed at this time but the Observer was informed that a net cash payment will be made to Digicel. "The transaction is subject to regulatory approvals and…Continue
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Guys, listen up. A study says it is actually healthy to stare at a woman's breasts. Five-hundred men participated in the German study. Half were told to refrain from looking at breasts for five years, the other half were told to ogle them daily. The study found the men who stared at breasts more often showed lower rates of heart problems, a lower resting heart rate and lower blood pressure. The authors of the study recommend that men stare at breasts…
TOKYO - A powerful tsunami spawned by the largest earthquake in Japan's recorded history slammed the eastern coast Friday, sweeping away boats, cars, homes and people as widespread fires burned out of control. Authorities said at least 50 people were killed.
The magnitude 8.9 offshore quake was followed by at least 19 aftershocks,…Continue
Attention Travelers: Ban On Cuban Cigars Goes Up In Smoke
THE US WILL GET 40 TONNES OF THE MARABU CHARCOAL THIS WEEK.
Cuban company CubaExport has signed a landmark agreement to sell vegetable charcoal to US firm Coabana Trading, marking the first time in more than half a century that a Cuban-made product will be exported from Cuba and sold in the United States.
The first delivery of 40 tonnes is…Continue
The Real Rick Ross applies the pressure on Officer Ricky and dodges questions about who killed Tupac and…
Bandleader Brian Mac Farlane continued his reign of glory for the fifth consecutive year when he won large Band of the Year for the fifth consecutive time, with 1,335 points, at the Queen’s Park Savannah.
The announcement was made by the National Carnival Bands Association yesterday. Mac Farlane’s presentation, Humanity: Circle of Life,…
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This is Forbes' 25th year of tracking global wealth and it was one to remember. The 2011 Billionaires List breaks two records: total number of listees (1,210) and combined wealth ($4.5 trillion). This horde surpasses the gross domestic product of Germany, one of only six nations to have fewer billionaires this year. BRICs led the way: Brazil, Russia, India and China produced 108 of the 214 new names. These four nations are home to…Continue
THE Jamaica/Haiti squabble has momentarily hurt business relations between both nations, by Christopher Levy's reckoning, but with billions of US dollars of investment expected to be poured into the earthquake-devastated country in the near term, he believes Jamaicans need to invest there now.
The mutual "respect" between both countries will, however,…Continue
Today – March 9th, 2011 – we remember the life and music of arguably the greatest MC to ever grace the stage; a man whose effortless style and lyrical flow has influenced countless rappers, like Diddy, Jay-Z and Lil Kim just to name a few. Born Christopher Wallace in Brooklyn, NY, the man known as Biggie, Big Poppa and Biggie…
PRIME MINISTER Kamla Persad-Bissessar has included 2011 Soca Monarch Machel Montano in a cultural delegation which will accompany her to London next week for a series of Commonwealth engagements. Foreign Affairs Minister Dr Suruj Rambachan made this announcement in the House of Representatives yesterday.
Despite cries of “shame” and “payback”…Continue
This Jan. 3, 2011 photo provided by the Maryland Department of the Environment shows dead fish, mostly spot, along with a few small croaker, at Northwest Creek on Kent Island in Stevensville, Md. State officials say an estimated two million fish have been reported dead since last week. (AP Photo)
The estimated two million dead fish found floating in the Chesapeake Bay in Maryland recently are not another sign of the…Continue