Daily Archives: 05/02/2021

OPINION: The suffering, violence and corruption we choose – By Mosa Telford 

Stabroek News – By Mosa Telford

The Suffering

Hardships, distress and pain cling to us like skin on bones. The suffering many Guyanese face is rooted in living beneath the poverty line. But even when we have found our places of comfort and peace and believe that we will not suffer, we are soon reminded that we cannot escape.

Circumstances like long lines at the Central Immigration Passport Office have returned to remind us of our suffering. Despite there being offices in Linden and Berbice, we have regressed.        Continue reading

TRAVEL: The Airline Industry Hasn’t Collapsed; But That’s The Only Good News

By Volodymyr Bilotkach — The Conversation

We thought things would be so much better by now.

A year ago I wrote about the future of the airline industry. Along with many other experts, I expected international air travel by this point would still be below pre-pandemic levels but well on its way to recovery.  We are not even close.

After a disastrous 2020, in which passenger traffic globally fell by two-thirds, the International Air Transport Association’s latest forecast (published in February) doesn’t expect this year’s total traffic to be more than halfway back to pre-pandemic levels. Full recovery isn’t expected before 2023.    Continue reading

COMEDY: Have a Laugh: “SIGNS OF THE TIMES”

  • * A sign on a Shoe Repair store in Vancouver reads:
  • We will heel you
  • We will save your sole
  • We will even dye for you.
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  • * A sign on a Blinds and Curtain truck:
  • “Blind man driving.”
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