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The importance of television blackout periods
As you can tell, this subject about indiscriminate television viewing is really a pet peeve of mine, because I have realized over the many years how dangerous it can be to human relationships, the brain and personal development. It is amazing how so...
 
 
The Gambier House bubble and syndrome
Following its humiliating election defeat, shell-shocked PLP mandarins and officials gathered at the party’s Gambier House headquarters to hear from Chairman Bradley Roberts and outgoing leader and deposed Prime Minister Perry Christie. The wan ex...
 
 
Learning is a lifelong project
As most of My Valued Readers know, I’ve been around on Planet Earth for quite a while; after all I’ve lived through World War II as a young boy growing up in Birmingham, England and remember well spending many a night in bomb shelters as the Germ...
 
 
The Freeport crisis
It’s no exaggeration that Freeport faces an economic crisis. It’s also true that this crisis spans several years and government administrations. Many businesses in the city, with perhaps the exception of those in the industrial sector like The Fr...
 
 
The eardrum
The ear is a very delicate system divided into three sections — outer ear, middle ear, and inner ear. Each section plays an important role in how precisely we hear sounds. The outer ear and middle ear are separated by a thin, cone-shaped skin or me...
 
 
Eczema of the foot
Eczema is a general term that includes many conditions that cause inflammation of the skin. It is more common in children and infants, where about 10 to 20 percent have some form of eczema. The symptoms of eczema vary, but they generally appear as dr...
 
 
Dirt begets dirt!
It appears to me, that when a house or apartment starts to get dirty with dust gathering all over the place, unless someone cleans the place up and does a thorough, good cleaning job, the place will continue to get dirtier and dirtier. Yes indeed, as...
 
 
The broader implications of Washington’s new Cuba policy
On June 16, speaking in Miami, President Trump announced measures reversing aspects of his predecessor’s policy of normalizing relations with Cuba. Although the changes seem minimal, the content of the accompanying presidential directive and the p...
 
 
If not now — when?
So let me begin here today by asking you a simple question — how many times have you asked someone something like this, “When do you intend to get serious about life, when are you going to stop your foolishness and start to strive to be successfu...
 
 
Downtown Nassau and the role of tradition
In the first section of his book “A Living Tradition”, a book about Bahamian architecture, Stephen Mouzon develops the case for the coding of the built environment and he quotes one of his previous books: “The best measure of the greatness of ...
 
 
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