Friday, April 28, 2006

Mike Charles Production

Simply Amazing... Mike Charles has done well here with a stunning view of St. George's Cathedral. Its all part of a new "Discover Guyana 2007" DVD, produced by Mike Charles, a local army pilot. He can be reached Remember no pirating Posted by Picasa

Never before seen

This is WoW. It was shot by a local pilot, who flies around Guyana taking photos. His new project Discover Guyana, 2007. For more on his new video visit them at; Posted by Picasa


So the GMC is quickly becoming the insignificant few. We tried to warn the folks over at Livinguyana but they ears just hard. Look out, there is a conspiracy out there to get GMC.

They didn't listen now, GMC has been banned from the Guypress forum...What a public shame. Anyway folks we still miss the regular posts.

New Magazine, same ole media personnel

We were emailed this article...Check it out, never mind the grammitical errors, its Guyana media at its best. Mondale Smith who penned this letter seems to have left Po' Mitta Sharma. When will the S.S.S Mondale Smith dock and in what waters remains to be seen, for now he's just sailing around the media....Here is the article.

Hey folks has anyone heard of or seen the new 24 page,"extra" GT good news magazine?It is a great cookup of entertainment, tourism,culture and arts plus a dash of personality and it is focussed on anything but politics andnegativity...

After all Guyana has two sides theinfamous side that is proving stressfull and the sidethat causes one to relax...naturally.the goal of of this news papers is to publicize themore positive elements in our society.

infact if you are looking for coverage of the manyunfortunate events that plague everydaylife, you willnot have to look elsewhere. According to the ownerMark Chand" you will agree that there is more thanenough coverage of bad news available,so its hightimethat the good news is disseminated more frequently."

The ful-color publication includes features whats hoton the local club scene, music, sites of interests in Guyana and the region, movies, soap operas,technology, fitness, beauty tips, health , fashion,recipes, etal and of course the weekly extra babe.

As a member of the extra team I encourage all tosupport this venture in the intrest of promotingpositivism while you do your hard news bit in yourpublications. So if you have something to say pleaselet us know, we are intrested in promotingeverything that is positive and will happily providespace for your thoughts on how to make Guyana abetter place for us all.
was Actually the first issue of this weekly publicationdistributed free in Georgetown, Bartica, Lindenand Berbice over the last week.While the second issuewould be available as of Saturday. Issueyou'll be able to aside from seeing next week's babe,read about Rupee as he goes one on one with extratalking about personal issues in cluding sex. Inaddition you'll read about Guyanese athlete (theBishops girl) Mera Belisle- Johnson who used anathletics scholarship to achieve her full potential.She's now one ofr the major decision maker inIllinois, USA and is working towards makingscholarships available to other local athlete's.

Inaddition we take you along for the Arrowpoint resortexperience as well as chatting up Guyana's number 1female golfer plus more....

Yours Mondale Smith
Marketing officer/Editor

Tuesday, April 25, 2006

Life has its twists and turns

Isn't it ironical that the late minister, "Sash Sawh" was cremated at the same place where Ronald Waddell was cremated.

Isn't life funny?

Monday, April 24, 2006

TT newspaper got it wrong

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Trinidad Newspaper refers to Mrs Jagan as the late President of Guyana

Jamaican PM arrives tomorrow
Sunday, April 23 2006

JAMAICAN Prime Minister Portia Simpson-Miller will arrive at Piarco International Airport tomorrow evening for a three-day official visit.

Up to late yesterday, Prime Minister Patrick Manning and Minister of Foreign Affairs Knowlson Gift were in a meeting at the PM's Whitehall office to work out Simpson-Miller's itinerary.

Simpson-Miller is Jamaica's first female prime minister, and only the third female Caricom Head of Government, after the late Dame Eugenia Charles who was the prime minister of Dominica and the late Janet Jagan who was president of Guyana. Last week, Manning extended an invitation to Simpson-Miller to pay an official visit to this country at her earliest convenience.

Simpson-Miller made the announcement that she would be visiting Trinidad last Wednesday during a meeting with Caricom secretary-general Edwin Carrington, at Jamaica House. It would be the Simpson Miller's first visit overseas since she was sworn in on March 30.

-- Nazim Hussain

Guyana 360: Thanks Nazim. We do hope that this causes no furthur harm to the Government and people of Guyana especially during this time of national mourning. The Government should demand an apology.

Sunday, April 23, 2006

Why Sawh?

Minister of Agriculture, who was also the Minister of Fisheries, Other Crops and Livestock, was one of the most charming persons in one of the world’s dirtiest games, politics. He was like the rose between the thorns. Could he have been the rose that wanted to turn this country around, well we thing so. But like many other roses before him, he was overcome by the thorns.

We met this Minister in New York during a trade show, and all he spoke about for an hour were the economical benefits of investing in Guyana. We fell for it and now we are here. Should we bow out because he is no longer there for us to call on for advice? Only time will tell. This should be a time for political reconciliation.

It was a sad affair this evening at his house, his wife, Sattie could hardly contain her self and why must she, did she ask for her husband to be taken away? NO she didn’t. What will happen next no one knows, but the FBI and the Canadians have been asked to intervene. The FBI has a poor track record in this part of the South American Continent. Jolt your memories back to the Pegasus murder…the two missionaries that were murdered on the border and the missing AK-47s. Further we say not

On behalf of Guyana 360, our contributors, family and close friends we would like to convey our hearth felt condolences to the family of the fallen and also the Government and the people of Guyana.


Friday, April 21, 2006

Sinister plot uncovered

Sinister plot uncovered

After weeks of diligent investigations we have uncovered a sinister plot to expose the folks over at the livinguyana and ultimately the Guyana Media Critic. Our trail took us high and low, through rain and sun, but we did find the source. The problem is very complex. In fact the plot was hatched at a popular city media house by a few foreign- minded folks. Now the attack has been launched with precision… pin-point accuracy from foreign allies.

They have been very hurt by what the GMC does, but which media house would sit calmly and have the GMC run a mock.

After all the GMC who ever he is, man or animal should be commended for a job well done. Not only does he pounce on the slippages by Guy media but GMC offers suggestions.

We just humbly feel that Guymedia is just a bunch of ignorant people running around from does make salient points on how journalists can improver on their awful performance that they portray day in and day out. The majority of these Journoquacks are just in the profession to make money and get out…look at all the shifts at media houses. Thanks to the GMC we now know where some of our friends have gone.

Thread softly Mr. GMC, Guymedia folks are fuming and they are coming to get YOU.

Thursday, April 20, 2006

Run Roop Run...

Simply shocking we tell you.

When the Peter 'da Roopster' Ramsaroop first returned to Guyana he rode one of those horses that former President, Linden Forbes Sampson Burnham use to ride around Georgetwon. but judging from this article, he get know off.

Question to Roopster...hmmm, Why are you here?

Sunday, April 16, 2006


A major problema has occured that will require a major overhaul to rectify. We simply cannot post, it takes forever to load and no its not my comp. Hope to rectify this soon.

On Earth in Guyana

No one got this “where on earth is this” question right. We received numerous responses, but if you were thinking that it was the former Guyana Broadcasting Corporation (GBC) high street location, then you are correct and should have sent us that mail.

It’s an ignominy, a slap in the face of veteran broadcasters to see the former broadcasting house over run by weeds, no we meant trees. Sure the likes of departed broadcasters Matthew Alleyne, Bertie Chancellor and Panchu Carew must be turning in their graves. It’s a simple clear cut case of forsaking the ole’ for the new.

The different sides of News

The different sides of News

An ole’ Mitta Sharma adage says a story has three sides; your side, the other side and the truth. Believe it or not, we believe this theory and applied it to the local print media. Here are the different sides to News in Guyana.

The Stabroek News side
The Guyana Chronicle side
And the Kaieteur News side

Read all three and you are bound to get the right story.

Saturday, April 15, 2006

The different sides of News

An ole’ Mitta Sharma adage says a story has three sides; your side, the other side and the truth. Believe it or not, we believe this theory and applied it to the local print media. There are the different sides of News in Guyana.

The Stabroek News side
The Guyana Chronicle side
And the Kaieteur News side

Read all three and you are bound to get the right story.

Friday, April 14, 2006

The space between

Mitta Sharma and the team down at CNS Ch. 6, Tony Rebellious Vieira and Never Could be Neutral (NCN) must be highly praised for bringing the news to the nation when many other media houses lazily refused to work.

What a preposterous situation, very dreadful indeed for the other media houses to think that news never happens on Good Friday…The space between Thursday and Saturday, yes Good Friday…No printing press was switched on today so there will be no newspaper Saturday. It’s like if the publishers of three daily papers came together and hatched a plan to starve the news craved Guyanese society.

Journalists are supposed to be like doctors, fire fighters and police giving of their service everyday regardless of the situation.

By the way speaking of spaces between, Leyroy Adolphus took the anchor chair today over at News Today, the GMC might have a mouthful to say about that.

We are just concerned that he is still on the job without disciplinary action taken after goofing about the U.S visa revocation of Kaieteur News Publisher Glenn Lall. Next time Mr. Adufus do your home work and research what you report. We wonder with all respect for you sir, what is in the space between your ears.

Thursday, April 13, 2006

News Flash!!! Surujbally breaks his silence

News Flash:

Its now just after midnight in Guyana and information just in suggest that GECOM's head, Dr. Steve Surujbally is expected to make the predictable announcement today that elections will not be held by its constitutionally due date of August 4. His announcement will be televised later in the day.

His announcement means that three important decisions have to be made in the coming weeks: the dissolution or extension of Parliament; the establishment of a firm date for the holding of general and regional elections; and the formula for governance after August 4, including legal mandates and restraining elements.

Guyana in hotwater, watch it. Let's see what might be next, where is the crystal ball?

Who do you trust?


Assistant Secretary General Albert R. Ramdin, who has just returned from an official visit to Guyana, told the Organization of American States (OAS) Permanent Council members yesterday that a major challenge to holding elections in that country has to do with a lack of trust among the political parties and the absence of consensus-building mechanisms.

“Public confidence in the electoral authorities is low,” Ramdin told the member state representatives in reporting on his April 9-11 visit to Guyana. He urged the Electoral Commission and its Chairman to “make every effort to regain public confidence through strong leadership, effective and timely decision making, and efficient and regular communication on the state of preparedness and on the way forward regarding outstanding issues.”

Guyana360: The Animal doctor should resign, sharma say so.

Chanderpaul did the Right Thing

Shivnarine Chanderpaul is now a hero for West Indies Cricket. He is the man that stood between West Indies poor performances and the team's return to glory days.

Well we wait to see if he will be thrown out the team entirely because his batting has slumped so low that any school child will be anxious to bowl to him.

Joke aside, Chanderpaul needed to resign a long time, he was given the position by default and never earned it. His resignation has not left cricket fans with dropped jaws, oh no. We feel sorry for him, we pitty him.

We hope that he also resigns as Guyana Captain too, disregarding his friendship with GCC President, Chetram Singh and give Sarwan a shot at the captaincy.

As we heard it, someone whispered to Chanderpaul the sad news that the WICB was about to replace him, so he did the right thing. We wonder who will get the nodge as Captain of the ailing West Indies side.

We hope to talk to Imran Khan on this latest development. Khan is the WI press officer, a true son of the soil who endures painful images of a well beaten side, match after match as he is forced to stay and chronicle every distasteful minute. That guy needs to be on suicide watch. Watching WI loose match after match can get to you.

Wednesday, April 12, 2006

What Lighting

A mother clutches her six-month-old baby, while her two – year-old daughter hangs on to her skirt tail for dear life. The woman stumbles along a brick road so dark that the only guide is the pile of dirt left at the road side from a road crew.

The fact is that one of us bumped into this woman and her children in Sophia, a place where the Prime Minister had earlier flicked a switch that will supply electricity to the area. Total hypocrisy, not only that we later saw MR. MBA standing at an ole’ rusty box which was suppose to supply electricity to a Berbice location. Bull, for weeks the media has allowed the government to peddle propaganda in the press about its electrification programme. We have read that the Prime Minister has turned on lights in Sophia. and Mr. MBA has flicked the switch in another area signalling that the area now has light. All of it is propoganda that needs to be exposed.Hog wash that we tell you, total hiporiciy. Get out media folks.

PNC/R Takes Round 1

The Main Opposition Party, The PNC/R has won the first round of the elections debate by ensuring that the Guyana Elections Commission pospone the elections. Will they get their way when parliament is dissolved?

We all know that the PNC/R will get a licking at the polls, any school pickney could tell you that. Their role is to ensure that elections are not held, while the Government really want to get the elections done with.

Guayana's political future could only be read from a crystal ball. We know for sure that Bharrat and his boys must be fuming and we rather suspect that the international community is trying to calm him down.

A rather strange thing though, Dr. Steve Surujbally has not come out to say a word. He is displaying animal like traits. Like someone said they saw him running away from the Office of the President with his tail stuck between his legs. And another said he has been as quite like a church mouse.

Guyanese should demand his resignation. He has been lying to them all along.

Just perhaps he has been missing his shots...Is there a vet in the house?

Sunday, April 09, 2006

Hurry with the Elections

President Bharrat Jagdeo seems to be in his prime. He walks like a man filled with confidence. He was very confident and cocky when he delivered on his promise to the residents of Dem Anstel by renovating the community center ground and delivering several other nick knacks.

From what we heard it was not until the end of the President’s address that he revealed something big, something huge and something bigger than the Gajraj fiasco.

From what we were told by a reliable source, the President has indicated that he wants to have children but he was waiting until the end of election to do so.

“Never mind what you hear, I want my children to live here.”

At this time the president realizes he has no children.

“I don’t have any children as yet, I am thinking about sometime after elections, maybe that’s an indication, sometime after elections.”

Guyana 360: we are asking probing questions of the President’s latest statements. Who will get to carry the first son or daughter? Let us register our hearth felt congratulations to the two, let’s see what develops. We don’t see Presi with Varshnie. We have to find out, so look out for that. Will he walk the talk?

where on Earth is this.

What the hell, where on earth is this, do you know? Then send us a mail which must include the name of the entity in the photo.

Thursday, April 06, 2006

Bling Dog Shot Down...

Blogzilla, scores big in Guyana.

Blogzilla has caused the death of ‘Bling Dogg’ over at NCN. Rumors have it that da ‘Dogg’ will no longer be making so many TV appearances on NCN. We know that da 'Dogg' resigned the anchor chair…Now GMC will have to find a new target. We’ll share more soon.

Shooting em' and killing em'

There are rumors that Journalists in Guyana are looking to acquire guns. If this happens and I were Albert Bentick I would run because according to Stabroek News, Bentick is dead. We are hosting a memorial competition in honor of him. The last time we check this guy was alive. Stabroek News reporter, Edison Jefford should issue an apology.

This is what he wrote.

“Ravens proved that they are one of the better basketball teams in the country when they outscored Scorpions 82-65 in the feature game of the Albert Bentick Memorial Open League basketball tournament at the Cliff Anderson Sports Hall on Sunday night.”

Guyana 360: We would run so far and fast if we were Bentick because reporters moving with guns and to save an apology to you sir, they’ll take you out.

Cheaters Never Win...Trust Us # 2

We now bring you the second post of Cheaters Never Win...Trust Us # 2 in response to the overwhelming feedback to the first installment.

Why do women Cheat?

7 She feels that either she or her emotional needs are not given any importance or time. She feels neglected and does not get to see that affectionate side from time to time.

6. She feels that the one she'd like to spend time with spends more of it at work with the secretary or then colleague than with her.

5. She feels unfulfilled because her partner does not live up to her expectations.

4. She's not appreciated for the things she does whether in the kitchen or then the bedroom.

3. She feels lonely and neglected when it comes to sharing her interests.

2. She's been let down by her partner whenever she needs him the most.

1. She finds out that her partner is cheating on her.

Tuesday, April 04, 2006

Blogzilla Attacks.

Our advice to the poor folks in Guy Media is to be very careful someone seems to have crossed the path of the folks over at Livinguyana. They seem dread...Blogzilla is on the attack, we just wonder which female star will calm the savage beast.

Latest news...

Blogzilla struck at NCN devowering 'Bling Dogg'...Where next, who's next? No one knows.

Cheaters Never Win...Trust Us.

Something is wrong in our society, there are too many sexual diseases in our midst and too many domestic disputes and domestic murders. We spoke to a social worker who identified cheating as a contributary factor to these problems. He emailed us the information below as to why men cheat. He also attempted to say why do women cheat, which will be published later.

There are numerous reasons why men may endanger a relationship by cheating — if you catch a guy in a confessional mood here are a few you may hear:

01. You don't love her anymore
Alas, after a long time together, you have lost the feelings you once had for her. But the relationship has remained too much a part of you. Separating seems so painful, so radical that it's almost inconceivable. So instead of separating, you go elsewhere to get your physical gratification. Most times this does not help matters, but only prolongs the inevitable breakup.

02. She doesn't turn you on anymore
Longterm relationships have the annoying habit of making people lazy. No longer concerned with staying fit and attractive, a committed woman might lose the allure she once had. Her man may simply not find her beautiful anymore, and making love to her is not as stirring as it once was. This is why most mistresses are gorgeous, young women.

03. Women let us
Truth be told, woman are quick to forgive men for their unfaithful behavior. Maybe it's their fear of being alone, or that women are simply the more merciful ones of the human species. Some women might even blame themselves for their men's infidelities, and take steps to improve their relationships. The fact that many women let their men get away with murder might compel them to double deal repeatedly. Just ask Bill Clinton.

04. Your girlfriend is a nag
Most men have experienced at least one woman who thrives on making him feel like crap. Constant nagging, fighting and squabbling in the right ratios is the best recipe for a headache. Cheating with another woman is a common escape from this domestic hell, and works better than aspirin.

05. The opportunity was there
It's an uncontested fact that most men can't say "no" to sex. Although guys aren't constantly bombarded with sexual offers, sometimes an irresistible prospect presents itself. Maybe it's a frisky ex-girlfriend, maybe it's a horny hottie on the dance floor. A guy may see it as once-in-a-lifetime occasion that might never be available again. Carpe diem , as they say.

06. It boosts your ego
Nothing lifts the old self-esteem like discovering that other women still desire you sexually. When in long-term relationships, men may begin to question their sexual marketability, which will lead some of them to sow their clandestine wild oats. Once a man knows he can get back in the game, he'll return to his mate; or not.

07. You can get away with it
"What eyes don't see, the heart doesn't feel," goes the old adage, and it still holds true, as long as there are no cameras around. The knowledge that no one will find out and no one will get hurt is reason enough for some men to grab a different helping. But be careful; as men get craftier with avoiding detection, women get more sophisticated with detecting, not to mention boosting their network of spies.

08. It's challenging and exciting
If you consider the women you sleep with "sexual trophies," chances are you have already cheated at least once in your life. Some men simply cannot leave behind the thrill of the hunt, the chase and the conquest. For other men, the excitement is in the variety, like changing ice cream flavors for one day after years of sticking to just one.

09. She cheated on you
So you found out your lady was being unfaithful, and the only way you can relieve your anger is by doing the same. For many men, this is the only way to get back at their cheating girlfriends and even the score. Some men might even cheat to get back at all the cheating women they've had the misfortune of dating throughout their lives; now that's efficiency.

10. Your lady doesn't put out
Every man has heard that the best way to get a woman to stop having sex with him is by marrying her. Apparently, long term relationships seem to suck the sex drive out of many women, leaving men gasping for fulfillment. With the need for more sex, some men will start "working late" more often.

Child's Play

There is a certain Minister that took his child to the airport to greet the cast of an Indian movie that will be shot here. As sharma would say, "De pickney prapper behave bad." All through the Minister speech this child cry. We do have one advice for that Minister, Please, next time leave the children at home with a babysitter. It was embarrassing, take our stupid advice.

Saturday, April 01, 2006


Mail Trail:

Law of Mechanical Repair:
After your hands become coated with grease, your nose will begin to itch or you'll have to pee.

Law of the Workshop:
Any tool, when dropped, will roll to the least accessible corner.

Law of Probability:
The probability of being watched is directly proportional to the stupidity of your act.

Law of the Telephone:
If you dial a wrong number, you never get a busy signal.

Law of the Alibi:
If you tell the boss you were late for work because you had a flat tire, the very next morning you will have a flat tire.

Variation Law: If you change lines (or traffic lanes), the one you were in will start to move faster than the one you are in now (works every time).

Law of the Bath:
When the body is fully immersed in water, the telephone rings.

Law of Close Encounters: The probability of meeting someone you know increases when you are with someone you don't want to be seen with

Law of the Result: When you try to prove to someone that a machine won't work, it will.

Law of Biomechanics: The severity of the itch is inversely proportional to the reach.

Law of the Theatre: At any event, the people whose seats are furthest from the aisle arrive last. Law of Coffee: As soon as you sit down to a cup of hot coffee, your boss will ask you to do something which will last until the coffee is cold.

Murphy's Law of Lockers: If there are only two people in a locker room, they will have adjacent lockers.

Law of Rugs/Carpets: The chances of an open-faced jelly sandwich landing face down on a floor covering are directly correlated to the newness and cost of the carpet/rug.

Law of Location: No matter where you go, there you are.

Law of Logical Argument: Anything is possible if you don't know what you are talking about. Brown's Law: If the shoe fits, it's ugly. Oliver's Law: A closed mouth gathers no feet.

Wilson's Law: As soon as you find a product that you really like, they will stop making it.

-- Nazim Hussain