Monthly Archives: May 2011

You Cannot Correct History With Conjecture

Gordon Robinson wrote a letter to the Gleaner on May 17, commenting on various aspects of the history of West Indies cricket and an Errol Townshend in response on May 18, accused him of being a revisionist historian and grossly … Continue reading

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Usain Bolt edges past Asafa Powell in Rome

Usain Bolt had to pull out all the stops to get past his Jamaican compatriot, Asafa Powell to win the 100m in the Rome Golden Gala today. The clash was the most anticipated event of the meet as it was … Continue reading

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Trivializing Professor Beckles

I could not help noticing the letter by Norman Thompson in the Daily Gleaner of May 18, 2011 in which he proceeded to enlighten us on the various meanings of the word “Don” and to suggest that the uproar over … Continue reading

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