Jeffery McLeod

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She Barks, But Does She Bite?

A recent letter published in the Jamaican tabloid the Star, written to the popular column “Dear Pastor“, tackled an interesting subject. Read for yourself. “Dear Pastor, I have been troubled for quite a while. The problem, my girlfriend, is a sexaholic. Sometimes she wants it five times for one night. This is very taxing on …

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Jealousy in Jamaica’s tourism industry?

“Montego Bay Chamber of Commerce President Pauline Reid to Lobby Government to reconsider completing second city’s stalled deep water improvement project prior to giving go ahead for Falmouth pier development Plan,” or so the headlines read. Ms. Reid’s recent comments which have been widely reported in the media were thought-provoking, considering the vast potential for …

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The ICC Dropped the Ball When it Sacked Umpire Bucknor

The services of West Indies cricketing umpire Steve Bucnor to sports in Jamaica and the world is worthy of praise. Bucknor, has had an illustrious career standing in 120 Tests, and five World Cup Finals so far. We must join in decrying the latest International Cricket Council (ICC) action to remove him from the third test in …

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First West Indies Cricket Test Victory in Two Years – Steps in the Right Drection

A wise man is reported to have said “every great journey begins with a first step”. It is wise to be mindful of this and not get too carried away with one win in a test match away from home soil, even though it came against a top notch team as South Africa. However, sweet …

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