Daily Archives: July 25, 2017

Toronto: Saints Last Lap Lime 2017 Volunteers Needed – Please Help!!

Toronto: Saints Last Lap Lime 2017 Volunteers Needed – Please Help!!

https://stanislauscollege.blogspot.ca/2017/07/saints-last-lap-lime-2017-volunteers.html

Urgent Need for LLL Saints Volunteers

Alumni and Well-Wishers,

In order to make a success of the Last Lap Lime in 2017, SSCAAT needs a large number of volunteers (about 25) to work at different booths on Monday August 7th, 2017.

We also need 5 volunteers to help in setting up tents on the preceding Sunday and taking the same down on the following Tuesday in order to avoid having to pay somebody to do these necessary tasks. Volunteers present on the Monday will be given free entry tickets and lunch. Each volunteer is being asked to cover a four-hour shift.    Continue reading

Guyana: 13 prisoners dig their way out of Lusignan jail – seven recaptured

 13 prisoners dig their way out of Lusignan jail

Some of the recaptured on their way back to jail

Police up to press time had recaptured seven of 13 prisoners who staged a daring, pre-dawn breakout yesterday from the Lusignan Prison holding area, after crawling to freedom through a five-foot long tunnel they had dug inside a makeshift latrine.

Odel Roberts, Rayon Jones and Jamal Forde were nabbed yesterday evening along the Agriculture Road, Mon Repos, East Coast Demerara, while Teshawn McKenzie and Winston Long were captured near the Route 44 bus park in Georgetown.

A few hours later, Jamal Joseph and Jason Howard were captured in North East La Penitence.       Continue reading

Guyana: Corruption is an evil that will sink the country – commentary

AN EVIL THAT WILL SINK THE COUNTRY

Most Guyanese by now have been convinced, by some revelation or other, that they are living in a corrupt society where most of the major institutions are woefully corrupt. There are some institutions that fare better than others in terms of corruption, but in the view of the man-in-the-street, the overwhelming consensus is that many individuals responsible for large financial undertakings are choking with the gains of corruption, which has become a norm in society.   Continue reading

Cricket: West Indies CPL Twenty/20 Is Coming To South Florida This August

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The cheerleaders are ready for The Hero Caribbean Premier League (CPL) .

News Americas, FORT-LAUDERDALE, FL, Fri. July 21, 2017:

Cricket – A popular Caribbean sport’s tourney is returning to South Florida this August.

The Hero Caribbean Premier League (CPL) Twenty/20 cricket will be back in Lauderhill, Florida, for the second successive year, for four matches on August 5 and 6.

The matches will be played at the Central Broward Regional Park in Lauderhill.   Continue reading

Venezuela’s Perfect Storm for Oil May Be About to Break – By Liam Denning

Venezuela’s Perfect Storm for Oil May Be About to Break – By Liam Denning

“We may be about to see the first sovereign producer to unequivocally fail.”

Map of Venezuela

The oil producer in question is Venezuela, and that assessment comes courtesy of Helima Croft, who is global head of commodity strategy at RBC Capital Markets and formerly worked with both the Council on Foreign Relations and the CIA.

In a global oil market mired in excess inventory and low expectations, Venezuela is the most tangible of wildcards. Its tragic and volatile mix of a failing, oil-dependent economy, political gridlock and simmering unrest is well known at this point.

But things are building to a head, partly due to the relentless logic of the bond market and partly due to the more proprietary logic of U.S. foreign policy.

Read more: https://www.bloomberg.com/gadfly/articles/2017-07-21/venezuela-oil-storm-may-be-about-to-hit-the-market

Medical: People Have Been Taking Vitamin D All Wrong, Study Shows

People Have Been Taking Vitamin D All Wrong, Study Shows

How to take Vitamin D properly: Make sure the pill or food supplement is D3 from an animal source, not D2 from plants

Ruth Schuster | Haaretz

Of all places to do a study on sunshine and health, the United Kingdom has produced a ground-breaking paper proving that vitamin-D supplement therapy has been based on a fallacy: That the human body doesn’t distinguish between vitamin D2 from plants and vitamin D3 from animal sources.

It does, according to the study, which was done on adult women.  The scientists didn’t check men and children, at least yet.    Continue reading