Tues­day talk

Jamaica Gleaner - - SOCIAL -

1. Work­ers at the pop­u­lar up­town busi­ness place say they have had enough abuse from the owner’s spouse, who is know to let loose a bun­dle of ex­ple­tives even when deal­ing with fe­male work­ers. Sounds like a dog that has been un­leashed. 2. The monied class who are not so charmed by a Trump pres­i­dency are said to be cast­ing their eyes to Europe as they search for new play­grounds and party cen­tres. 3. Peo­ple are ask­ing why that much-touted by­elec­tion is not on the bal­lot for the Novem­ber elec­tions, bear­ing in mind the cost of run­ning these events. Hope­fully, tax­pay­ers will not be asked to foot an­other bill to de­ter­mine the right­ful owner of this seat which was ‘handed over’ in such a dra­matic fashion. 4. Who needs an of­fice these days when one can buy a cup of cof­fee and plug in and log on? Se­ri­ously, one busi­ness­man has even printed his cards giv­ing his ad­dress as his favourite brew­ing site. Per­haps the es­tab­lish­ment should charge him ‘rent’.

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