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Wars end not when the loser is defeated, but rather when the loser is humiliated. Throughout history, losers have fought on until they lack the manpower to fill their depleted ranks. Typically that occurs after 30% of military-age men are dead, as…Continue
Hi all,What (if any) changes would you all like to see in the panorama. I don't mean regarding the PT executive, or who runs it, or whether bands should go back on the streets and forget the competition altogether. This is a question for those who…Continue
In my discussion, "PUBLIC RELATIONS - EDUCATION - PREJUDICE and PAN",I wrote this: "The Public Relations Officer of Pan Trinbago who claims to be the voice of the world governing body for pan has come on this MEDIA, and his initial statement attacks…Continue
Trinidad and Tobago NewsdayMembers of Desperadoes Steel Orchestra on location at the old Government Printery site at Tragarete Road, Port of Spain, yesterday.GARY CARDINEZ…Continue
Dear WST "Members" There has been talk over the the past decades as to who is the best pan tuner inTrinidad and Tobago.Could you make your selection for the top (10) ten present or passed PanTuners?. This question should be very interesting among…Continue
I am hearing so many references to TRAITORS and SHARKS on the "AQUIL SHCIP" (ah had ah TRUMP SLUR moment on that one) that I think it is time for us to start examining some HORNS and some FINS.As I mentioned many times before, I have a list of the…Continue
Sad time for Pan Trinbago’s constitution. The grocery has been taken away from us.by Aquil ArrindellI wrote an article which compared Pan Trinbago’s members to a grocery owner who hired a team of people (the executive) to be managers. The article…Continue
In Multi-Racial Societies like the one that exists in Trinidad and Tobago, PREJUDICE has five (5) tiers.I believe that prejudice has nothing to do with the color of one's skin or ethnicity, as much as it has to do with ECONOMICS, how much you're…Continue
Frederick Douglass was born in Tuckahoe in Maryland by Harriet Bailey, a black American while his father was a white American. Apparently, his mother was working as a slave working for Mr. Stewart, who he (Douglass) believed he was his biological father, since at that time, the masters used to sexually abuse their slaves, especially women (Frederick 17-18). However, despite being brought up in such a slavery experience, he was determined to break the chains and…Continue