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There are about 2 more. but I cant access them cause of the restriction let me change browsers again.

Okay rohan. Attitudes have changed and are changing we aren't there yet, but we are getting there. It would help if we could have an honest public discourse on even a sit down but i don't think it can happen. However, you cant try to force something on a society that is not ready for it. The US and UK , gay rights lobby groups need to understand that. 

Rohan, it's called "bowing" because the man has to bow down to the woman to do it. The bahamian and trinidadian uni students who come here to study get a BIG wake up call as soon as they say they "bow" yet still the chicks alwayas up in their faces *wink, wink*. I can say now that uhmm the rate of "bowing" has increased among other things.

Lord i forgot the gambling, and the gambling on Sunday (the church tried hard to not have the gambling on sunday but no march) AND the culture of "no informing" (snitching). I was very shocked last week to see how many draws we have per day and the number of different games! My word

What's hilarious to is that in the crowd we see folks who were discriminated against in the near past (women and rastas) by the very church and how the church used the bible to do so and sat by while the laws were in place. Rastas faced plenty of discrimination and prob. still do but to a much much much much lesser extent in Jamaica, shocking i know.

Not to forget a bunch of black folks descendants of slaves.

ETA I forgot to say that the Professor's comes with plenty accolades, his CV is long, he is to be commended on the work he has done. etc etc But you cant be a KFC employee and go on record and say the chicken is bad for your health etc etc.

 I know the UWI was gonna be hit with a natural justice thing- i told my folks, i told them. bwhwhwhhahahahahhahahahahahahhahaha Bain just calmly hired his lawyers and took it to court. ClapClapClap

If I could I'd embed the video with the UWI Principal explaining the decision to fire Prof. Bain


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Op... Back then Some Jamaicans be the first to tell u they don't perform oral sexual acts ...but behind closed doors its a different story. But NOWWW people have become blatant about their oral sexual desires. Eg. The first thing that will come out of a mans mouth when trying to peruse a female is that he will definitely please her orally and have her combing the walls.
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Yeah Shabba taught us in Barbados about "bowing" back in the 80's.  Fun times! haha  

But yeah, Jamaica seems to be the most culturally interesting place in the Caribbean to me.  There's a lot of good things going on there when it comes to the internet startup world that I'm interested in.  Will be interesting to see how the rest of this stuff plays out over the next 5-10 years.
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Originally posted by rohan rohan wrote:

Yeah Shabba taught us in Barbados about "bowing" back in the 80's.  Fun times! haha  

But yeah, Jamaica seems to be the most culturally interesting place in the Caribbean to me.  There's a lot of good things going on there when it comes to the internet startup world that I'm interested in.  Will be interesting to see how the rest of this stuff plays out over the next 5-10 years.


like what do you mean?
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Originally posted by rohan rohan wrote:

Yeah Shabba taught us in Barbados about "bowing" back in the 80's.  Fun times! haha  

But yeah, Jamaica seems to be the most culturally interesting place in the Caribbean to me.  There's a lot of good things going on there when it comes to the internet startup world that I'm interested in.  Will be interesting to see how the rest of this stuff plays out over the next 5-10 years.

Rohan why did i think you were from trinidad? or the UK? did you study in the UK? I'm gonna post some links 'cause i dont want to post any more walls of texts in the threadEmbarrassed.

You're bajan?Shocked You eat shark? I love the chattel houses loveeeeee. Jamaica is diverse and almost bipolar i swear. From one extreme to the next. BUt i think Cuba and Haiti win that title. We're just the most well known Caribbean island, everybody wanna be usCool

Brja rohan knows 'bout the "shy bowing" yardies and the now very blatant with it yardies.
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Originally posted by JamCaygirl JamCaygirl wrote:

Originally posted by rohan rohan wrote:

Yeah Shabba taught us in Barbados about "bowing" back in the 80's.  Fun times! haha  

But yeah, Jamaica seems to be the most culturally interesting place in the Caribbean to me.  There's a lot of good things going on there when it comes to the internet startup world that I'm interested in.  Will be interesting to see how the rest of this stuff plays out over the next 5-10 years.


like what do you mean?

Jamaica launched the first startup-accelarator in the Caribbean recently: http://www.start-upjamaica.com/en/p/list/57094 .  

And this is a new one as well from an American millionaire: 


These are both getting started, but there is an opportunity for some nice startup companies to come out of these ventures.


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Originally posted by Diane (35) Diane (35) wrote:

Originally posted by rohan rohan wrote:

Yeah Shabba taught us in Barbados about "bowing" back in the 80's.  Fun times! haha  

But yeah, Jamaica seems to be the most culturally interesting place in the Caribbean to me.  There's a lot of good things going on there when it comes to the internet startup world that I'm interested in.  Will be interesting to see how the rest of this stuff plays out over the next 5-10 years.

Rohan why did i think you were from trinidad? or the UK? did you study in the UK? I'm gonna post some links 'cause i dont want to post any more walls of texts in the threadEmbarrassed.

You're bajan?Shocked You eat shark? I love the chattel houses loveeeeee. Jamaica is diverse and almost bipolar i swear. From one extreme to the next. BUt i think Cuba and Haiti win that title. We're just the most well known Caribbean island, everybody wanna be usCool

Brja rohan knows 'bout the "shy bowing" yardies and the now very blatant with it yardies.

Oh I'm from Barbados, studied in the U.S : -)  Yeah I've had shark before, I don't like it that much though. Don't think people eat it that much, but my mother digs it.  Yeah chattel houses are cool, sadly, a lot of them are disappearing as people "move up in society" haha.  Yeah Cuba and Haiti are on my list too, got to do some traveling next year for real! 
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Rohan you know as a Jamaican I dont really fuxx with the bajans or trinis. No reason and i dont know any really but i have to put that out there. j/k

Mommy and 2 aunts went to settle my cousin in at UWI B'dos law school and mom was absolutely amazed at the shark and took pics of the market. I was in awe. They say y'all don't season food properly down there though

With regard to business venture I've told _______ if you come here with a "farin" accent folks will gravitate towards you and listen to what you have to say. Plus pay you 5X more than they would a local. Sad but true. You know how we love farin.

I read the second articles before, and man the opening line slayed me.
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Rohan i thought they were protected under the law, chattel houses that is. I thought you could not destroy them, heritage etc etc



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I see Diane took care of things. Carry on! 
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Originally posted by Yardgirl Yardgirl wrote:

I see Diane took care of things. Carry on! 

You girl!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Where have you been? Why you not online as much? You get rich and switch?
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