Suzanne Mills

Don’t know about you, but nowadays when the Prime Minister speaks, I want to reach for the headphones or a violin. What a whiner.

Ever since I could reason reasonably, the pressure of the water in our Diamond Vale taps was for me a compelling indication or illustration of the state of the country which would either soothe or panic me.

IN response to an article I penned about my divergence with my mother over Newsday’s crime fighting efforts, Mar­ket Facts and Opin­ions (MFO) chairman Noble Philip said something quite remarkable: “Pity neither of them thought of consulting academics.”

Though I care not for his idiomatic turn of phrase, still I always listen to the Prime Minister even when he’s got below zero to say.

What was it about this Venezuelan youth that had convinced me he was engaging in major mendacity?

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