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FROM TASSLE TO TUSSLED~

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Marcel woman COREEN

 

TO THIS

DEM SEH IS MARCEL OOMAN COREEN , HAR SON AND HAR PREGNANT SISTER JUMP TINKER TASSLE

 

A CUP OF RICE……

 

And sianarra POWWWWWWWW..Melissa di people dem seh yuh have a belly prablem..sawt out fi a $5 plate…….and all dese tings..di restaurant whey di man work count plate byyyyyyyyyyyyyyyy plate…chicken piece by chicken piece/oxtail heap by oxtail heep. .DI MAN KNOW IF HIM SCALE OF DI TOP A DI FOOD HIM CUDDA FULL A CUP OOOOOOOOOOOOO..SUH HIM REACH FIDDY CUP N FULL IT GI MEL FI FULL UP HAR BELLY AN DEN ” GOOD BYE BABY………..BABY GOOD BAAAAA…IE.”

HAVE YOU SEEN LOUISE?

NASTINISSS!

Our threesome: My guy, his mother and I

BY MARSHA WATSON All Woman writer

Monday, May 30, 2011

 

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THE Bible directs man to take a wife and cleave to her so they can become one. There’s no clause for a mother hen to watch over the nest, yet many couples face the problem of an overbearing mother-in-law who insists on holding on for dear life, and staying one with her son.

In many cases, the mother has been the primary caregiver for her son, and feels she has a vested emotional involvement in his welfare. She is more likely to be mistrustful of her daughter-in-law in this scenario, since it means entrusting her son to another woman.

 

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Candice Pitters divorced her husband of more than 10 years after growing weary of her ex mother-in-law. She summed up their relationship in one word — “Horrible”.

“She was just not a nice person to deal with from day one,” said Pitters.

It’s a similar position held by Loraine Scott, who said that after their wedding night, her husband’s mother, now deceased, called to ask her husband whether Scott was indeed a virgin.

“It was a tumultuous five years that I had to endure before she passed,” Scott said. “She wanted to know why he was getting skinny, why I was getting fat, why he was looking depressed, why we had no children yet… it was faith and respect for her age that made me hold my tongue.”

Counselling Psychologist Lola Allen-Jones said mothers are protective of their sons and see their duty surpassing the delivery room, years through college and even seeing them make vows to their women in white dresses at the altar.

“Mothers do not believe there is anyone good enough for their sons; they are insecure and afraid that the love and affection that was once theirs will be shared with other women,” said Jones.

Pitters said she tried to make peace with her mother-in-law but it was not working. Her mother-in-law was unrelenting and would not meet her midway.

Allen-Jones said one way to overcome the obstacles with a mother-in-law is to communicate and be honest. Communication can eliminate misunderstandings that many times are the causes for conflicts.

“Many conflicts between a mother-in-law and wife are caused by misunderstandings. Misunderstandings stem from perceptions — perceptions that are not necessarily true,” she said.

Simone Richards said her mother-in-law was “two-faced”, and that although they communicated she would still go behind her back and say bad things about her, and things that she didn’t even say.

“If I said I wouldn’t cook she would say I must cook the food for my husband because he was working the money to take home to me, and behind my back say something else.”

She added: “She is possessive of all her three sons and tells them that if they carry their wives home she is going to interfere.”

Some wives are caught off guard because they did not foresee the challenges that would be faced by having interfering mothers-in-law.

Pitters recalls her mother-in-law’s attempt to stifle the growth and prosperity of her family.

“I remember one year his father wanted to give him a piece of land, he said that it was his only son and he wanted to give him something. The father said that he would survey a portion of the land and get the title for the land. The mother said no because whatever he has I am going to benefit from it, not realising that I was not the one that was going to benefit from it, it would have been his children.”

For Richards, who lived with her mother-in-law when she first got married, it was a struggle because she was under her mother-in-law’s roof and was constantly criticised.

“Because of her we had to leave there and go to live with my parents. Before we even got married she would spy on me at all hours of the morning to see if I was cheating on her son. She did not want us to get married and it was after a long time I found out that she told him not to marry me. She did not even come to the wedding.”

The bullet in the heart for some wives is when the husbands fade into the background and allow the abuse of their mothers because of fear of taking sides.

“He defended her,” said Richards. “I was always in the wrong and she was always in the right.”

“A husband needs to establish the boundaries and let his mother know that he loves her but his wife is important and should be respected,” Allen-Jones explained. “A mother has her role and a wife her role. The two have to exist in harmony because it is not a choice between a mother and wife.”

‘A she name mother’

Edward Johnson, who is the only child for his mother, strongly believes that his mother’s role surpasses that of a partner.

“A she name mother enuh and she has always been here, wife might be there for just a five to 15 years [and] when she gone mommy still there.”

He said the connection between a mother and son is intangible and will never change.

“Me nah give up mommy for wife; mommy is from birth.”

Read more: http://www.jamaicaobserver.com/magazines/allwoman/Our-threesome–My-guy–his-mother-and-I_8895151#ixzz1NvnMwUsC

 

KARTEL FI GO DRAP A SLEEP !-NOTNICE

On Monday afternoon, Ainsley “Notnice” Morris confirmed reports that he too was leaving the “Gaza” group; in part to due to lack of communication between he & Kartel. In an interview earlier today with ZIP FM, Notnice said,

“Me and Teacha alright, we just ah go our separate ways, him ah just Teacha. From February this year, him start put only Adidjaheim on his records, so mi know what that mean. Him diss me for reasons only know to him and mi caan wait sit down and wait fi him call me fi do work. Right now, is May, my girlfriend is six months pregnant and mi have to be a man and tek care of my family.”

“The man dem come ah mi yard and tek weh over $2,000,000 worth of studio equipment, and a neva nuh man buy mi it a mi buy dem mi self” Notnice stated. Since that incident, he & the self-proclaimed “World Boss” seldom spoke. “Mi see him since that and him pretend like nothing ever happen, him link mi sometime in April if link up a shocking vibes studio if record a song weh him do if Cashflow name “white liver” him call mi name a the front a the song suh people maybe have it seh everything good, but everything nuh good. Him tell mi seh one thing him know inna life is everyman deserve a second chance suh mi nuh know if a himself him a refer to mi see a number of songs weh mi and him produce together put out pan iTunes, even music video a do and him just put Adidjaheim Records,” he said.
Notnice, however, did thank Kartel for their partnership and claims he learnt many lessons from him.

Working with Vybz Kartel, Notnice yielded countless hit songs including, “Last Man Standing,” and “Cake Soap.” Other Notnice hits while working with the Empire included “One Man” featuring Kartel & Gaza Slim, “Watch Yuh Frenz” by Jah Vinci and “My Life” featuring Shawn Storm. Additionally Notnice built popular Riddims such as the “Gangster City” and “Duss” Riddims in 2010.

Read More: http://thehypelifemag.com/newspost/notnice-leaves-the-portmore-empire-vybz-kartel-confirms-stolen-studio-equipment-of-over-2-million-dancehall-producer/#ixzz1NwfrIYGg

BRUCEE BWAAY BEX

Bruce Fires Back – PM Attacks Gleaner Over WikiLeaks Cables

Published: Monday | May 30, 201163 Comments

Prime Minister Bruce Golding
Prime Minister Bruce Golding

WESTERN BUREAU:

In his first public comment on the United States diplomatic cables acquired by WikiLeaks and now being published by The Gleaner, Prime Minister Bruce Golding yesterday blasted this newspaper, claiming the media house is harassing his government.

Golding made the comments during his keynote address at the opening ceremony of the Jamaica Labour Party (JLP) Area Council Four Regional Office at the Montego Freeport Shopping Centre in Montego Bay, St James.

“We have suffered from so many detractors and distractions. We have scored a few goals on ourselves. We have had people who’ve moved the goalpost on us from time to time.

“There is a sustained effort being made by the power brokers of North Street to harass the government. It is not surprising. It comes from a mentality that ascribes to itself not just a right, but a duty to assist parties to form government and to take parties out of government,” the prime minister said.

Golding told his supporters that the newspaper’s use of the diplomatic cables was unethical as they were “stolen property” which belonged to the United States.

“It has some historical antecedents to it that I don’t want to probably speak about today. But Daryl Vaz made one comment and I only want to add one thing to it, we don’t know what is in this WikiLeaks arsenal that is being published.

“We know what has been published already. They represent, of course, internal communication within the United States at a diplomatic level,” Golding said.

According to Golding: “This is like what you and your wife say to each other in your bedroom. I don’t think your neighbour has a right to use electronic devices to find out what you and your wife are saying to each other and then to go and plaster it over the neighbourhood. That is something the moralists can discuss.

“I know that in law in Jamaica if the police find me with stolen goods, the fact that I didn’t steal it – it is you who steal it and came and shared it with me – I am still guilty. And the fact of the matter is that this information, which is internal to the United States diplomatic network, was stolen. The power brokers of North Street don’t have any compunction about publishing,” Golding said.

The prime minister said the newspaper was being selective with the information from the cables it published and continued to unfairly target persons within his government and some members of the Opposition, whom the upper echelons of the entity did not like.

“But I say to you, as a matter of fact, that some of the WikiLeaks cables, they deal with a lot of things and a whole assortment of people, including critical power brokers at North Street too.

“Communication internal to the US network that reflects comments and statements made by perhaps the most senior power broker of North Street and yet instructions were clearly given: ‘Take those out’,” he charged.

not a JLP or PNP thing

Golding continued: “And I am not talking about personal matters, I am talking about matters which involve the state because those power brokers have, in the past, held positions to do with matters of state,” Golding said.

“And there is an agenda at work, that if it impacts on the power brokers themselves, then that is not to be published, it is to be suppressed. If it has to do with persons the power brokers regard as their favourites, in both parties – You see it is not a JLP or PNP thing,” added Golding.

With the gloves off, Golding charged: “The power brokers have their favourites in the PNP and they have their favourites in the JLP and if it has to do with their favourites, then it could reflect negatively because it doesn’t fit with their agenda.

“And yet, they are the ones who tell us speak the truth and nothing but the truth and are the ones who will say, ‘You lied by omission’, I have never heard something like that before,” he added.

The prime minister said there were elements within and outside Jamaica who were bent on ousting his party from political power and that the members would have to work hard to ensure they do not succeed.

“It is something that we are going to have to talk to the people on the ground about. We mislead ourselves if we believe the vote is the ultimate lever of political power.

“There are other forces at work – domestic and foreign – and the challenge is going to be how to organise ourselves on the ground, how we build that machinery, how we communicate to those voters to make sure that it is strong enough, sturdy enough and resilient enough to withstand the forces that feel that they have their right of the future of the governments of Jamaica beyond the single vote that each of us has.”

 

GOODMORNING

The Battle Is the Lord’s

And they were helped against them…for they cried to God in the battle, and he was entreated of them; because they put their trust in him.
I Chronicles 5:20

For the eyes of the LORD run to and fro throughout the whole earth, to show himself strong in the behalf of them whose heart is perfect toward him.
II Chronicles 16:9

…Thus saith the LORD unto you, Be not afraid nor dismayed by reason of this great multitude; for the battle is not yours, but God’s.
II Chronicles 20:15

…Fear ye not, stand still, and see the salvation of the LORD, which he will show to you today: for the Egyptians whom ye have seen today, ye shall see them again no more for ever. The LORD shall fight for you, and ye shall hold your peace.
Exodus 14:13, 14

Now thanks be unto God, which always causeth us to triumph in Christ….
II Corinthians 2:14

And Asa cried unto the LORD his God, and said, LORD, it is nothing with thee to help, whether with many, or with them that have no power: help us, O LORD our God; for we rest on thee, and in thy name we go against this multitude. O LORD, thou art our God; let not man prevail against thee.
II Chronicles 14:11

Through God we shall do valiantly: for he it is that shall tread down our enemies.
Psalm 60:12

He hath delivered my soul in peace from the battle that was against me: for there were many with me.
Psalm 55:18

For the LORD hath driven out from before you great nations and strong: but as for you, no man hath been able to stand before you unto this day. One man of you shall chase a thousand: for the LORD your God, he it is that fighteth for you, as he hath promised you.
Joshua 23:9, 10

…Our God shall fight for us.
Nehemiah 4:20

Ye shall not fear them: for the LORD your God he shall fight for you.
Deuteronomy 3:22

The LORD is on my side; I will not fear: what can man do unto me? The LORD taketh my part with them that help me: therefore shall I see my desire upon them that hate me.
Psalm 118:6, 7

And all this assembly shall know that the LORD saveth not with sword and spear: for the battle is the LORD’s, and he will give you into our hands.
I Samuel 17:47

…Not by might, nor by power, but by my Spirit, saith the LORD of hosts.
Zechariah 4:6

When thou goest out to battle against thine enemies, and seest horses, and chariots, and a people more than thou, be not afraid of them: for the LORD thy God is with thee, which brought thee up out of the land of Egypt. And it shall be, when ye are come nigh unto the battle…let not your hearts faint, fear not, and do not tremble, neither be ye terrified because of them; for the LORD your God is he that goeth with you, to fight for you against your enemies, to save you.
Deuteronomy 20:1-4

With him is an arm of flesh; but with us is the LORD our God to help us, and to fight our battles.
II Chronicles 32:8

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