Ya know, these days & times …. affect my mind sometimes …. as if I were primed …. to feed off cokelines …. !!!!!
Thankfully, I don’t …. !!!!!
Dunno …. where that came from, but, it is reflective of the things I see people of all ages, not just our youth, doing, nowadays …. !!!!!
The reason for starting this post in this manner, is because of a certain Denesh Ramdin, putting up rasshole ignorant notes, in an apparent attempt, to diminish the view of a cricketing legend, being, the one and only, original masta blasta, Sir Isaac Vivian Alexander Richards !!!
I am constantly trying to show a level of comprehension for the behavioural antics of many of our youth.
As said in my previous post, there are the exceptional ones, who present a level of respect for their elders, and that which they have passed on, in terms of their knowledge.
So, let me just get this straight, a Rasshole Trini bwoy, who, prior to this series, was rated …. 88th in the world of international cricket, has got the cheek to run talk on one of the, “Hardest”, West Indian cricketers to ever don, in his case, the … “Infamous”, West Indies Cap … !!!!!
I know unno Trini’s bad as skunt, but, hear this & get this f’ing clear, running your gums …. or GUNS …. don’t make you bad !!!!!
However, dealing with adversity, especially on the battlefield that avails, an opportunity to wreak havoc, upon the descendants of your colonial slavemasters, is where, “your Badness”, if you like, proves your worth !
A hundred in a dead series, in a dead test, against a second string England team, does not warrant, disrespecting a legend of the pussycat game, “Ya F’ing eedyat !!!!”
Cha …. with the state of West Indies Cricket, being, as it has been for …. well, at least what, 15 years … !!!!!
A lil’ f’cking humility would be a more suitable approach, than acting like ….
…. You …. One of the now, renowned, gun toting teens, running bout Trinidad !!!!!
I mean seriously …. Win Sumting … !!!!!! … against the best in the business, then run some pussycat talk okay !!!!!
I really do not like to see anyone representing a black group, behaving like this, Viv, ignorant as he reputedly could be, was all about business on the field of play, especially when it came to the … “Ol’ enemy”, to the point where, we as viewers, grew very big chests, upon seeing his arrival at the crease !!!!!
I wonder whether Mr. Ramdin has even got a chest that his girl could rest pon … cha … stuuupsseee REAL F’ing hard !!!!!
Let me leave he rasshole there, be-car, me nah want him send he rasshole, gun toting friend dem fi shoot me !!!!
I am also intrigued to here the news that Matthew Maynards’ son, was suddenly, hit by a District Line Train, to the point where he has, sadly, been killed …. ?????
Well, as far as i’m aware, District Line Trains don’t exactly move quickly … !!! … and def don’t just jump off the tracks to kill young, international cricketers ….
However, there does appear to be, quite a bit more to this story …. ???
Exhibit A :
One has to wonder how the media can make a white bwoys death, seem like a total tragedy, when, clearly, there are a few …. um …. mitigating circumstances …..
Erratic car driving early in the morning, running from pursuit by police … and then, all of a sudden … DEATH …
At least we know that the Po PO have this effect on young white men, in the same way that they do to young & to be fair, older, black males.
Why would he & his pal have run eh ???
Apart from being early in the morning, it would seem reasonable to suggest that someone had a reason for not wanting to be caught behind the wheel of a car at that time …..
Hmmmmm … drugs, drink, or what, I hate to stamp on a mans’ grave, but, come on now, the train didn’t kill him, it would seem as though young Tom had a few things he didn’t want publicised, about such an incident, which could have clearly proved very damaging to him & those close to him, sad indeed, but, “Respect for the law & all that”, in this instance, may have saved his life …..
As suggested, my condolences to the family, but, these are times where, whenever I see, “IPCC enquiry”, I immediately think of corrupted, and, “fractured”, accounts of the truth.
It is what it is, people die every day, but, the circumstances around their deaths need to be … appropriately assessed, when police have had any involvement.
Thus, our youth do seem to have respect issues that aren’t always excusable, or, defendable …..
I see that there is concern regarding the summer activities of young Bajan’s, from local radio. A worrying thing, when you assess the levels of poverty that many suffer on this island currently !!!
The issue of respect amongst young people, does appear to be, like many other things, currently, a global phenomena, on the rise, as times & tings, get tougher & tougher !!!
There seems to be less room for patience, less room for, connection, between parents & children, and, in my humble opinion, less time for developing the qualities in our young people, that, the generations before them, placed, so much value on.
RESPECT and all that …. !!!!!!