How all dem one lovers doing...now dat dem oppress dem coolies and levy fee foh fish?

Prince posted:

When rum price goes up they don't complain. 

Prince, what is your damn problem? People of all races drink rum? Do you buy it for them? May be not. If you do not drink rum, good for you. What do you drink, piss? Do yourself a favour and stop embarrassing yourself because you are doing a very good job of it.

 

Dondadda posted:
Prince posted:

When rum price goes up they don't complain. 

Prince, what is your damn problem? People of all races drink rum? Do you buy it for them? May be not. If you do not drink rum, good for you. What do you drink, piss? Do yourself a favour and stop embarrassing yourself because you are doing a very good job of it.

 

He is a typical PNC Independent moron.

ksazma posted:

PNC always had a knack for destroying things. Back in the 80s before PNC were kicked there were a lot of people who watched their car, van or truck rot away at the impound for as little as a pound of flour.

Ksaz, didnt had a car. But bai, i did my fair of lining up. Line up for my daily bread. My gallon a kero. And de cinema. Ate roce flour. Couldnt stomach it.

Sheik101 posted:
ksazma posted:

PNC always had a knack for destroying things. Back in the 80s before PNC were kicked there were a lot of people who watched their car, van or truck rot away at the impound for as little as a pound of flour.

Ksaz, didnt had a car. But bai, i did my fair of lining up. Line up for my daily bread. My gallon a kero. And de cinema. Ate roce flour. Couldnt stomach it.

I had a car only towards the end of my time in Guyana. I left in my early 20s. Before that, I had a motorcycle and prior to that a bicycle before I had my first bicycle which a guy name Django stole from me after putting a knife to my throat. Went to the Kitty Police Station and they didn't give a shit about it. The lines began in the late 70's and continued up until the eighties when I left. The cinema lines were by choice but the other ones were because of need. We would line up for gas and most times, either the gas run out or the electricity goes away before you reach the gas pump. The line for tax clearances were also down the stairs of GPO. So was the line for a copy of your birth certificate. Same with the line to apply for and pick up your passport as well as to apply for and pick up your police clearance. Well, you get the picture. During the PNC government before 1992, everything required a line and/or a bribe. That is their record which coincided with their record of heavy handedness and bullying. We are seeing a repeat of that behavior as it seem ingrained in them.

ksazma posted:
Sheik101 posted:
ksazma posted:

PNC always had a knack for destroying things. Back in the 80s before PNC were kicked there were a lot of people who watched their car, van or truck rot away at the impound for as little as a pound of flour.

Ksaz, didnt had a car. But bai, i did my fair of lining up. Line up for my daily bread. My gallon a kero. And de cinema. Ate roce flour. Couldnt stomach it.

I had a car only towards the end of my time in Guyana. I left in my early 20s. Before that, I had a motorcycle and prior to that a bicycle before I had my first bicycle which a guy name Django stole from me after putting a knife to my throat. Went to the Kitty Police Station and they didn't give a shit about it. The lines began in the late 70's and continued up until the eighties when I left. The cinema lines were by choice but the other ones were because of need. We would line up for gas and most times, either the gas run out or the electricity goes away before you reach the gas pump. The line for tax clearances were also down the stairs of GPO. So was the line for a copy of your birth certificate. Same with the line to apply for and pick up your passport as well as to apply for and pick up your police clearance. Well, you get the picture. During the PNC government before 1992, everything required a line and/or a bribe. That is their record which coincided with their record of heavy handedness and bullying. We are seeing a repeat of that behavior as it seem ingrained in them.

I bailed out in 1991. But i got to say. What bothered me the most was watching a movie in the cinema when black out come on and no standby generator deh bout. Dat skvnt use to really, seriously piss me off.

Sheik101 posted:
ksazma posted:
Sheik101 posted:
ksazma posted:

PNC always had a knack for destroying things. Back in the 80s before PNC were kicked there were a lot of people who watched their car, van or truck rot away at the impound for as little as a pound of flour.

Ksaz, didnt had a car. But bai, i did my fair of lining up. Line up for my daily bread. My gallon a kero. And de cinema. Ate roce flour. Couldnt stomach it.

I had a car only towards the end of my time in Guyana. I left in my early 20s. Before that, I had a motorcycle and prior to that a bicycle before I had my first bicycle which a guy name Django stole from me after putting a knife to my throat. Went to the Kitty Police Station and they didn't give a shit about it. The lines began in the late 70's and continued up until the eighties when I left. The cinema lines were by choice but the other ones were because of need. We would line up for gas and most times, either the gas run out or the electricity goes away before you reach the gas pump. The line for tax clearances were also down the stairs of GPO. So was the line for a copy of your birth certificate. Same with the line to apply for and pick up your passport as well as to apply for and pick up your police clearance. Well, you get the picture. During the PNC government before 1992, everything required a line and/or a bribe. That is their record which coincided with their record of heavy handedness and bullying. We are seeing a repeat of that behavior as it seem ingrained in them.

I bailed out in 1991. But i got to say. What bothered me the most was watching a movie in the cinema when black out come on and no standby generator deh bout. Dat skvnt use to really, seriously piss me off.

I believe Liberty had their own generator. Liberty had a little higher standard compared to some of the other ones in the city.

yuji22 posted:

Granger told them to stop hanging out at bars and make something of themselves. 

Interesting that when Granger told Jagdeo to sit down and shut up and that he will resign and hold elections when he feels like it you dont think him such a hero.

Nehru posted:

Some people like punishment and to report to a Master, so let them enjoy their ways.Hope Estate was  tourist delight for them.

I cant help but wonder, u always make mention of this hope estate. I'm therefore inclined to think that you've been there. So tell us, were u flogged as well?  Leh we hear..

Sheik101 posted:
Nehru posted:

Some people like punishment and to report to a Master, so let them enjoy their ways.Hope Estate was  tourist delight for them.

I cant help but wonder, u always make mention of this hope estate. I'm therefore inclined to think that you've been there. So tell us, were u flogged as well?  Leh we hear..

Forbes flogged him with a cat o' 9 tails. 

When I worked in Guyana, we were told several times that we need to go to Hope Estate on Sundays. I never went. I just told my boss that I don't like Burnham and wouldn't go. I was very convicted in my beliefs and actions and my boss never asked or demand that I go against them. My co-workers used to think that I was either really crazy or really courageous to disobey Burnham. But I had no respect for him. Not when I was a kid, an adult or when he died. I still don't have any respect for the son of a b1tch.

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