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Fack Fucebook: PP voyeurs defile social media

Remember when Facebook was about puppies with guilty faces, funny clips of adventurous babies and vacation photos? Hold that thought for a bit. Hold it. Now exhale. You have a better chance of fitting into your Form One school uniform than seeing that place again. Now Facebook has become a …

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TV6 goes full corbeaux on late Security Minister

A 65-year-old man tragically drowned in Tobago this morning. Mr Live Wire knows what you’re thinking: What did his corpse look like and was he any good at his day job? You weren’t thinking that at all? Well, TV6 surely was. And so a married father of four who held …

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Guardian angel lifts skirt again; ad calls Kublalsingh a reptile

The Trinidad Guardian newspaper had observers covering their eyes again when the self-declared “Guardian of Democracy” published a photograph, presumably of activist Wayne Kublalsingh, with the headline: “Trinidad and Tobago discovers a human reptile.” Under the photograph ran the caption: “The Kub-lal. An unusual human reptile discovered here on the …

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Will and no Grace: Express digs through Seetahal’s estate

The Trinidad Express newspaper and its editor-in-chief Omatie Lyder pushed the boundaries of good taste this morning as the leading daily newspaper made the last will and testament of slain attorney, Dana Seetahal SC, its lead story. And, to be clear, Mr Live Wire means that Lyder pushed “Good Taste” …

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Adios Two Pull; weed-loving reporter steals Anil’s thunder

A marijuana-loving public figure has become an internet sensation after walking off the job with a shrug and “f**k it.” Mr Live Wire is thinking that former Sport Minister Anil Roberts probably wishes he could redo his resignation letter right now. KTVA reporter Charlo Greene decided that her time was …

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MATT will complete Guardian investigations next month

The Media Association of Trinidad and Tobago’s (MATT) executive committee has named the remaining members of its committee to investigate the media body’s role in an incident at the Trinidad Guardian which led to the resignation of three journalists. The investigative committee is chaired by veteran journalist Tony Fraser and now …

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Ramlogans’ attorneys batter Express ladies

If you are squeamish about seeing women being firmly put in their place, please look away now. Because those Trinidad Express ladies sure got what was coming to them. Anika Gumbs-Sandiford apparently spent the last week tiptoeing around Attorney General Anand Ramlogan; an investigative reporter can never be too careful, …

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