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  • Jamaican girl exposed by friend when she tried to borrow her mesh panty! [MUST SEE]

    Girl From Clarendon Exposed By Her “Friend” When She Tried To Borrow Her Mesh Panties To Visit Her Bae….She was bashed online by the masses for a request like that, its not humane for females to be sharing underwears.

    SEE WHATSAPP CONVO BELOW + BASHING FROM USERS ONLINE:

     

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    “No sah….from I was birth …mi neva si nuttin like dis yet….gyal ah beg fi borrow panty….

    1…that’s disgusting
    2… PANTIES ARE NOT EXPENSIVE
    3….SHE NEED FI BEG HAR BLOODCLAAT BAE WEH AH TEK OFF HAR PANTY FI BUY DEM!

    FOH!”

    “Wha mi just read! This big ooman want another big ooman fi lend her , har panty fi shi wear go a har man! From I was birth a Jericho! Wha kinda nastiness this??”

     

    “Dem and dis “BAE” word i swear America/IG have us thinking we are Americans! BABE or BABY for chrise sakes! Bae sounds fooolish! den if she cant afford panties what shi use wen she a si r period is must news paper or tissue ”

    “Kerry is a real ole germsbox….How you really make your finger dem type dat deh message deh? How you fi a borrow panty and you have bae??? Yow, mi hate some a dem ole crablouse ya bout “bae”. FOH fi real…bout bae…ole fuxx fi free Kerry. ”

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  • From Riches to Rags – Jamaican Lotto winner blows $45m

    An unfinished eight-bedroom house which McLean started building with his Lotto winnings before he hit hard times.
     

    Easy come easy go, they say, and Michael McLean from Woodburn, St Thomas, has 45 million reasons to agree.

    Also called Coolie and later Lotto Man, McLean described what he felt on November 24, 2004 only as “Good vibes” after the numbers his late grandmother revealed to him in a dream turned out to be the winning numbers to a $45 million Lotto draw.

    For McLean, the win opened breaches to a world of opportunities that he as a ‘poor youth growing up would never imagine he would have had access to’.

    But the ticket to his dream nearly proved to be a death sentence.

    “After the government took $7 million from the money, I gave my mother and eight siblings a million dollars each. I believe that if I am a millionaire then my family should all be millionaires too. And though I am glad I won, money mek mi nearly dead and that’s why I shared it up like that. People used to patrol behind mi house to look for me to rob and kill me. Luckily I went away to Portland to breeze out for a while,” McLean said.

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    He told The Star that one of his relatives is the main reason he is nearly broke today.

    “After I spend most of the money to build this family house, I got in some ‘ruption’ with one of my relatives and though that person didn’t directly rob the money that person is the reason that everything went down the drain,” McLean said.

    “I had $10 million left after I shared up what I had to with family and children and a few other minor things. I put the $10 million in the bank and took out a tractor worth over $6 million. One of my relatives was put in charge of it but somehow I wasn’t seeing any of the money it was making. I had to be drawing money from the bank to pay for the tractor though the bank already told me that the tractor would be able to pay for itself. When I brought the issue to my relative it caused a bad vibes so I had to take it from him,” he revealed.

     

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    And if that was not enough, the tractor started malfunctioning.

    “Then it began to give a lot of problems. I had to be spending hundreds of thousands to fix it. When I fixed it, men stole all the parts and when I went to find out how much it would cost to replace them I was told $2.5 million so I just sold what was left of the tractor instead,” he said.

    McLean now laments that he has no money to buy food on a regular basis and almost nothing to show, except for his unfinished eight-bedroom ‘mansion’ and his faulty Chevrolet Avalanche that has been parked in his yard since 2010.

    The 56-year old said although he has lost everything, he is thankful for life and hopes to win again.

    “I’m not sorry I won because it really helped my family. Now I gamble to win to try and help myself. If I should win again I would let the bank deal with all the money and not my family members. The bank encouraged me to invest in houses so I can rent them but I had already begun sharing up the money among my family members and allowed that relative to take charge because I couldn’t really read and write. Is bad-mind that tear mi down,” he shared.

    Michael McLean is a picture of sadness as he explains how he fell on hard times

     

    The faulty Chevrolet Avalanche parked in McLean’s yard since 2010.

    SOURCE: STAR

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  • The Case of the Disappearing Shoreline: What Happened to Jamaica’s Hellshire Beach?

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    Top, Hellshire Beach, January 2009. Bottom, Hellshire Beach, January 2016. Both views from Prendy’s.

    “HELLSHIRE IS CHANGED, ALL THE BEACH IS GONE.”

     

    So said one of my friends in passing, also back home for the holidays. I didn’t quite understand what they meant. So I gathered some of my family and friends and we set off for a Saturday outing.

    As we drove, it started to occur to us that the ocean did seem a little closer. The real shock occurred when we stepped into one of the fish vendor shops.

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    Shock at the ocean actually being at our feet. January 2016.

    If you needed another reminder of what it looked like.

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    Hellshire Beach, January 2009.

    I like to keep on top of Jamaican news, and especially Jamaican environmental news. We have a lot of issues in this department. Just last year, Riverton Dump, burned for more than 8 days. No visible progress seems to be happening with the hotels agreeing with NEPA on how to save the Negril coastline. We’ve allowed foreign companies to come in and repeatedly build hotels not just on the beach but on other environmentally vulnerable locations.

    But back to the Hellshire Beach shoreline.

    Like any good scientist/engineer, when I got back I started to do a little bit of research. I wish I could say I was shocked when I found this article from 2011, “Hellshire Beach threatened, LIME funds study to identify solutions”, but alas, I was not. Back then, a study was commissioned to be carried out by a local coastal engineering firm Smith Warner, and “the first phase of the study will include extensive data gathering on the biological environment and the use of computer models to undertake preliminary engineering analyses.” Jamel Banton, director at Smith Warner, warned that “if the existing attrition is not reduced, the shoreline is expected to retreat further inland, thereby lessening the viability of the popular beach area for recreational and commercial activities.”

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    Top, Hellshire Beach, January 2009. Bottom, Hellshire Beach, January 2016. Both views from Prendy’s.

    I’d say he was correct. So what happened to this study?

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  • Woman Driving 'Scooby-Doo Mystery Machine' Van Leads Police on High-Speed Chase in California

    A 51-year-old woman is wanted by police after allegedly leading officers on a high-speed chase in a minivan that resembles the "Mystery Machine" in the "Scooby-Doo" animated television series, according to the Redding Police Department in Northern California.

    The chase happened Sunday, and although officers have impounded the "Scooby-Doo" van, the woman -- Sharon Kay Turman-- is still on the loose, police wrote in a news release Monday.

    Police said a Shasta County probation officer first contacted them around 12:50 p.m. Sunday, saying Truman was wanted "for a probation violation" and that she was reportedly operating a Chrysler  Town & County minivan.

    Officers found her in the van later in the day, but she fled, police said.

    "Turman’s speeds increased and she began to show a blatant disregard for motorist safety," police said, adding that she nearly hit four vehicles.

    Though police lost Turman, a California Highway Patrol helicopter later found her -- again driving the "Mystery Machine" van, police said.

     

     

    She "fled in the vehicle once again," police said, adding that "her speeds were well in excess of 100 miles per hour."

    Turman was later "spotted by the helicopter abandoning the vehicle in an area of northwestern Tehama County," police said. Though her vehicle was "located and impounded," Turman's "current whereabouts are unknown."

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