In the long-running comedy series, Seinfeld, the phrase “yada, yada, yada” became popularised. Marcy, a character, used the expression to hide important details, while George used it to avoid speaking about an unpleasant incident. When they discuss their use of the idiom, George discovers that Marcy is a shoplifter. The …Read More »
Noble: Who owns Trinidad and Tobago? Is fighting the virus only the govt’s job?
In considering the present local situation, Aristotle was right when he said: ‘What is common to the greatest number gets the least amount of care. Men pay most attention to what is their own; they care less for what is common or at any rate, they care for it only …Read More »