Tues­day talk

Jamaica Gleaner - - SOCIAL -


We to­tally un­der­stand that some fans have placed their sport­ing he­roes on a pedestal from which they will never be re­moved. How­ever, there are oc­ca­sions that ought to be treated with some se­ri­ous­ness. What’s with the au­to­graph sign­ing at a ses­sion con­vened to rule on some­one’s ac­tions, the out­come of which could take one out of the game for a long time?


The neigh­bour who so pub­licly com­plained about the noisy res­i­dent who was on a party binge can now breathe eas­ier. Her mul­ti­mil­lion-dol­lar man­sion is al­most com­plete, and she will not have to hear that noise again as she is mov­ing on.


Pot par­ties are ex­pected to get more pop­u­lar as so­ci­ety’s rich in­dulge in their ev­ery fancy. The re­cent one held in the hills was cer­ti­fied fab­u­lous. Never mind that some par­tic­i­pants could not move af­ter in­hal­ing.

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