It's been over a year since I posted my first impressions of the Shigurui anime. From rereading that post I can now say that Shigurui: Death Frenzy is all that I expected and a whole lot more, it provided a entertaining historical anime, with a thick plot and subtle dose of action that was a … Continue reading Shigurui: Death Frenzy
Lots and lots of rain, lots and lots of wind, no electricity, mosquitoes, wet floors and boredom don't mix. Thats exactly what Tropical Storm Gustav has caused, I am so glad the power is back...so now I have a life again. I may have sounded too happy that a storm was coming but now I'm … Continue reading Bye Bye Gustav
He is a day late but Gustav finally decided to leave Haiti alone after coming ashore as a huricane there and killing 23 people there and in neighboring Dominican Republi Gustav has been weakened to a topical storm and after looking like he was going north made a turn overnight and I am waking up … Continue reading Tropical Storm Gustav is here
In an effort to enjoy the last bit of summer (although in Jamaica summer never seems to end) I accepted an invitation for a trip to Negril over the weekend. I endured the 5 our trip from Kingston by car and enjoyed the countryside views while realizing that it's been 3 years since I've been … Continue reading Kool Runnings Water Park – Negril, Jamaica
It's been interested watching, reading and listening to all the negative feedback from persons who seeking to soil the performance of Jamaica's Olympic Team in Beijing, especially the magnificent performance of Usain Bolt. I acknowledge that some of these comments are being played upon and made into more than they are for example the comments … Continue reading To all those hating on Jamaica’s Olympic Peformance – Bob Marley is a prophet
Yup the women's team had some problems with the baton changes but the men won in world record time! Asafa Powell, Nesta Carter, Usain Bolt and Michael Frater posing after their 4x100 world record victory 3 gold medals for Usain Bolt and I'm glad that Asafa Powell ran the anchor leg and finally gold a … Continue reading 4x100m World Record Gold!
It's Official now, Jamaica is enjoying it's best results ever at the Olympic Games. Veronica Campbell-Brown fought off the competition to defend her 200m Olympic title and Kerron Stewart finished well to clinch bronze. Veronica Campbell-Brown celebrates her 200m victory It's was (and still is) pandemonium all over again in the streets and the celebrations … Continue reading The Gold Rush Continues – Veronica defends her 200m Olympic title
I've been screaming for so long that I've lost my voice...I'm tired, I'm weak and I am sunburnt. Jamaica came to a standstill this morning as I was stranded in the middle of downtown Kingston while on my way to work. There was a huge outdoor screen in the middle of the town centre and … Continue reading Jamaica’s Olympic Track dominance continues
Browsing through my various RSS subscriptions today I got angrier and angrier when I kept reading more and more stories by western media outlets jumping on a quote from the Chinese media who are labeling persons in China who are addicted to watching the Olympic games Otaku. It's obvious they don't know what the true … Continue reading To arms my Otaku brethren!
If the Jamaicans keep this Olympics performance I won't be able to keep up with the updates! Jamaica created history by sweeping the 100m medals in the 100m for women. Sherry-Ann Fraser, Sherone Simpson and Kerron Stewart blew the world away. Shelly-Ann Fraser winning the 100m sprint for women at the 2008 Beijing Olympic Games … Continue reading Jamaica clean up women 100m medals in Beijing Olympic Games