Monday, January 11, 2016

5 Things Bahamians Need to Stop in 2016

by Andrew Bain

If you would like to see the remains of what Lynden Pindling fought for, go to the Mall at Marathon when school is closed…….in December. It’s not pretty. You’ll see mothers beating their kids with lawn chairs. 11 yr old “thugs” pressed against the walls talking to young ladies of the same age soon to, I assume, be impregnated with his D average seed. A group of over-sized government workers who, during work hours mind you, saunter through the food court loudly complaining about why there are only 3 workers at the KFC booth and not more employees to speed up her order so she can achieve super saiyan level diabetes.