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The Way I See It

By:Curtis Morton The way I see it, I think we ought to put an end to all this talk about JUMBI. I really thought that within the modern society in which we exist, that we would have already gotten the…

The Way I See It

The way I see it, sports and one’s involvement in sports should be a ‘fun thing’ and people ought not to be pressured unnecessarily into meeting certain high standards. It’s the sports term and being…

The Way I See It

By:Curtis Morton The way I see it, English is not just ‘a funny language’ but it can be totally confusing, if you do not have your wits about you. On Thursday, I went to collect bread at the bakery…

THE WAY I SEE IT

The way I see it, people always will try to shortchange any system that is put in place. It was last week Friday and I was at one of the banks in Charlestown (not to be named for the purpose of this…

‘TICH’ LAID TO REST

A huge crowd of individuals from a wide cross section of the Federation of St.Kitts and Nevis, were present at the Warner Park Cricket stadium, on Tuesday 28th February, to be a part of the home going…

The Way I See It

By:Curtis Morton The way I see it, we should seek to be more friendly and seek to get along with the people we meet—yeah the people who live around us—yeah our NEIGHBOURS, using the biblical…

THE WAY I SEE IT

By:Curtis Morton The way I see it, children nowadays are mighty privileged and some of them are spoil rotten. We serve to spoil them because, we do not want them to suffer some of the hardships that…

The Way I See It

The way I see it, I believe that in public forums, certain protocol should be followed when persons want to address the individual chairing the session-whatever it is. You see, I am from the ‘old…

The Way I See It

By:Curtis Morton The way I see it, sometimes one has so much to write about and at other times, one is left in a quandary as to what to write. This week, as I sat to type my usual column, I was in a…

THE WAY I SEE IT

By:Curtis Morton The way I see it, when you want or need something badly enough, you have to be prepared to make some serious sacrifices. This week, I will entitle this edition as simply: JOURNEY TO…

THE WAY I SEE IT

By:Curtis Morton The way I see it, everyone on the island of Nevis, should be taught and made aware of how things used to operate in the ‘good old days.’ For instance, there was a power outage in…

THE WAY I SEE IT

By:Curtis Morton The way I see it, we MEN have to MAN UP and demonstrate some responsible behaviour, as we move about our daily lives. I wrote about it already but some weeks when I am thinking that I…

THE WAY I SEE IT

By:Curtis Morton The way I see it, if we could only expend the same energy in preparing for eternity, the way we prepare for one significant day of the year, we would be in good spiritual and physical…

The Way I See It

The way I see it, I am convinced that there are still some good people in the world. As a point of reference, I want to take some time out today to big up’ the good people at TDC. Now don’t get me…

Moving Beyond Tragedy

By:T. C. Phipps-Benjamin Many years ago, my parents shared with me their thoughts on one of the greatest tragedies in our Federation's history; the sinking of the M. V. Christena. On Saturday August…