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Title: Panache Jamaica (PJM magazine)
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Publisher: Tricia Williamson
Place of Publication: Kingston, Jamaica
Publication Date: December 2009
Copyright Date: 2009
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DECEMBER 2009


IIHAVAIANAS
2010 COLLECTION &
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Once we start
.1pppr'aching November, the holiday
spirit slowly makes its way into my
in-dnl Maybe its because my birthday is
A.t die start of the month, or maybe its
simply because I am always looking for
a ,r.,son to throw a fabulous shindig!

.\s the festive season nestles its way in, I
suLir dreaming of divine concoctions with
s,''nr,. key elements such as sparkling wine,
IKN,,cs, chocolate and peppermint, paired
-. lh canapes, and, everything is made
,'n-i"L beautiful with rich jewel tones, lots
01 sparkles and twinkling lights. This
.k has been no different, sparkling
i ie has captured my imagination.
I thingg says celebrations like bubbly,
.11d nothing instantly evokes feelings
',f glamour like a glass of champagne.

One thing I really like about sparkling
wine is its versatility. There are so
many wonderful and easy ways to
enjoy sparkling wines, and so many
opportunities to be creative, all at
an affordable price. And please
don't be mistaken, I am no wine
expert. The truth is, you don't
have to do much to have a fabulous
time drinking sparkling wine, so,
I decided to treat myself and my
friends to a small Sparkling Wine
tasting, and file it under research!

SOf course, no such evening is
complete without fabulous music
to set the tone. So, with the tunes
of Quantic and Putomayo's World
Lounge pulsating through the air,
the night had the perfect rhythmic
backdrop. The ambience was
made complete by the inviting
bouquet of vanilla-scented


candles and light pink Lisianthus blooms.

Here is what we had fun with that evening:


A mix of frozen strawberries or your
preferred berry, your choice of sparkling
wine and ginger ale. This is a great choice as
a signature drink for an event, because you
get the bubbles and you get to "stretch" it by
adding ginger ale, which is a great cost-saver.



As the name dictates, simply pour your glass
of bubbly and then use a small melon scoop
to get a perfectly shaped ball of your favourite
store-bought raspberry sorbet. Sticking a few
berries on a wooden skewer and placing it in
the flute is another way to enjoy your wine,
or just simply make it pretty.


We enjoyed this sparkling wine as it was
intended, poured straight from bottle into
our flutes, with no additions. So very lovely!

We also nibbled on yummy chocolate truffles
to heighten our bliss.

So, with our energies high, and our taste
buds fully stimulated after a few rounds of
everyone's favourite aperitif, we decided to
have a late night dinner at one of our favourite
spots. We chatted and laughed some more.
What a way to kick-start the silly season!
Cheers!

SPARKLING WINES

FLUTES

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SPARKLING SPIRITS
SOKA NOLCHA 2009
REVE...CARIBBEAN CAPTURES
YOUR FASHION STATEMENT
WALK GOOD JAMAICA
SWEET TEMPTATIONS
EDITOR'S NOTE
HARTS IN IRITS
GIOVANNI POWELL
KURVITY'S SIZED UP LIFESTYLE
SAND, SUN & STYLE
HAVAIANAS PHOTO COMPETITION
SEASON'S CHANGE
A STUNNING DEBUT FOR KOD
HEROES OF SPEED RACE REPORT
LEMONGRASS...THE ZESTY SUCCESS
LAYING THE FOUNDATION
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Photography by Tricia
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Make sure you design our o\\n
fashion statements Each of us has
our ovwn likes. dislikes comfort
zones. body shape & size. and life
st\ les

Your friends comfort zone is a
loose fit. maybe \ours is a \ery
tailored or tight fit I like turtle
necks. you ve got cleavage and
like to show it Maybe you'ree
a rancher and functional is
important, or an office executi\ e
\\here a professional look is
critical T\\eeds in and you hate
t\\eed, then don t buy t\Weed
Hot colors are in but l\our skin
is washed d out. then stick to the
colors that look uood on you Lo\v
rise pants are in but the\ aren't
attractive on you, then don't buy
them

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fashion w-orld to tell us \what is
in. What W\e should \\ear But the
bottom line is clothes that \\e buy'
and hanu in the closet never to be
\\orn are a \\aste of our m1111one\
Don't feel pressured to sta\ \\ith
the trends Trends come and go
If \ou stick \\ith \our basics and
then add a piece here and there
that fits the current fashions you'll
be much better offt

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i.umps. you'ree happier, and your
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Walk Good Jamaica/havaianas and Panache Jamaica Magazine
(PJM) launches a campaign and photo competition in tribute to
Brazilian and Jamaican cultural traditions.




WALKGOOD
always surprising for its insightful "out of the left field" graphic design, the
Walk Good/havaianas communication campaign for 2010 pays a tribute
to the brand's Brazilian-culture heritage and the Caribbean's mysterious
and magical island of Jamaica, home of a unique and incredibly tenacious
people. Not only the most comfortable and durable rubber sandals of the
world, havaianas is synonymous with fashion, adventure and an entire
new approach to life. Walk Good believes in the power of our creativ-
ity joined together into positive action to break the old stereotypes and
evolve in harmony with our surroundings. Feel good, walk free!
"We have used Brazilian symbols to create a "mandala" of colors, that are unusual to the eyes
but powerful and awakening, just like havaianas. Clich6s are real and authentic, bringing a
sense of self to the rubber sandals you choose to wear. Discovering yourself and being just
like havaianas, brave and full of soul is the feelings our creative team wishes you to perceive
through the art work.
Walk Good's creative team points out the greater impact of the images when establishing
the center of the page as the starting point for the graphic representations, which from
this axis, transmit the impression they will pop-up from the page. The production of this
nearly cultural manifest waived the use of graphic computing, resulting in a work of
craftsmanship rich in details, which demonstrates the attention of havaianas in regards to
the culture from its country and the respect it has to all other cultures. All the images, such
as the soccer player, the "baiana", Carmem Miranda, and the Copacabana boardwalk were
produced, clipped and manually put together to finally be photographed. The combination
of items in each campaign piece was done very carefully allowing the perceptive eye to
discover details of this Brazilian essence and its counterpart in Jamaica.


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The campaign is composed of 3 pieces
which will be presented at the centerpiece of
Panache' Jamaica's online magazine during
2010 bimonthly editions and will be marked
by a variety of fervent, fun and conscious
cultural actions, like Facebook's photographic
competition "My Beloved Pair of havaianas
and How I Live Life" which will award
JMD$100,000.00 in havaianas products to the
3 first contestants chosen by a panel of judges
appointed by PJM's Editor-in-Chief, Tricia
Williamson and Walk Good's CEO, Vanessa
Taylor.
Firstly, the piece that has soccer as the main
theme was developed with the colors of the
Brazilian flag. This ad shows the Maracana
stadium in Rio de Janeiro, the dance-like
celebration of the players, the Rio de Janeiro
beach boardwalks and the natural exuberance
of the so-called Wonderful City, elements
that reflect the Brazilian passion for soccer's
ability to bring the subconscious mind into
play and Rio's free and healthy lifestyle, just
like havaianas it speaks of being centered and
happy.
In the second ad, the core element is the
Portuguese-Brazilian singer and actress
Carmem Miranda. As a top Brazilian-
culture icon, her flamboyant behavior quickly
conquered the world, just like havaianas.
Between 1930 and 1960, the actress had an
intense career in Brazil and the United States.
She worked in radio, the theater, movies and on
TV Famous for using large turbans decorated
with exotic fruits and objects, she is considered
the predecessor of Tropicalism, a Brazilian
cultural movement that appeared in the late
1960's.
In the third piece of the campaign, references
from popular literature compose the country's
landscape. The so-called "cord6is" are booklets
printed on rustic paper with xylography
illustrations. Initially, they were exposed
for sale hanging from strings ("corda" in
Portuguese), which is where the name "Cordel"
comes from. This traditional form of literature,
many times mentioned in a cadenced rhythm
by regional artists, seduces the Brazilians to
this day, just like havaianas. The themes are
varied, but almost always portray the tough
life in the Northeastern region of Brazil and
the creative spirit of the "nordestino" people


overcoming adversity with the joined
efforts of its communities for peace,
understanding and commitment to
positivism.
Religiousness, faith and superstition,
striking traits of the Brazilian people,
are portrayed in this campaign by
the famous Senhor do Bonfim (Lord
of Bonfim) ribbon. What few people
know, is that when created in 1809,
its original name was mediaa do
Bonfim" (Bonfim measurement), since
the ribbon measured 47 centimeters
in length, the exact size of the right
arm of the Jesus Cristo Senhor do
Bonfim (Jesus Christ Lord of Bonfim)
image that stood on the high altar
of the most famous church in Bahia.
Presently, the ribbon is considered
a luck charm, present on wrists
throughout the country and used by
people of all ages, religions and social
classes just like havaianas.
Walk Good is the exclusive
distributor of havaianas to Jamaica
and the Caribbean region. Look
for our authorized retailer sign in
Kingston at Ammars, Craft Cottage,
Lee's Fifth Avenue, Manor Park,
Liguanea and Lee's Pharmacy's and
at Kerry's. In Ocho Rios at Reggae
Yard. In Montego Bay at Fontana
and in Mandeville at Easy Steppin,
the only local authorized outlets
selling the up to date havaianas
collection. Be prepared to experience
havaianas 2010 collection which will
be launched in November, 6 months
in advance to the markets in USA and
Europe. Feel exclusive, be yourself
and Walk Good..


1ave a havi
hristmas!


Andre E Steiner President Walk
Good Jamaica


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EDITORS NOTE



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it broke our hearts. A family n-un ,ii \s,. h. ['I ,' i'rkLLIJ At a restaurant, at the end of the day
went into the garbage bin L'-,ktlling JIs.LILIJ nkixl \ lie meals "left back" that you and I
would have thrown out, he SL 1.'atLLd iint L. 'n his \s lie rode to the village, even though I
knew what he'd gotten from til> *.arbaih I still L nIui.Ll tO see what he was going to do with
it....the garbage.

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honey....children from everywhere could nit -! ti .aL, tLL ilh;i .,p.II't and dig in! For them and just the
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AUTOBIOGRAPHY OF HARTS IN IRITS

"THIS ALL STARTED WHEN I MADE A TRANSFORMATION INTO MYSELF, SO TO
SPEAK, CHANGING MY LIFE FOR THE BETTER BY LIVING IN A MORE NATURAL WAY.

I HAD ALWAYS HAD THE ABILITY TO CROCHET, EVEN FROM MY FORMATIVE YEARS
AND SO I TOOK UP MY NEEDLE AND EVERYTHING STARTED TO FLOW. IT HASN'T
STOPPED. MY CREATIVE ENERGY STARTED TO FLOW SO STRONGLY THAT I
STARTED TO INCLUDE OTHER MATERIALS SUCH AS LEATHER, BAMBOO, CALABASH
AND SEEDS IN MY WORK. SO HERE WE HAVE IT, HARTS IN IRITS, CREATING CON-
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k Star and
wilbe in tune this
hristmas season. It's
over the top, lots of
sparkle and tonnes of
dark rich colours and
textures. Bold yes,
attention grabbing
well yes baby, this is
Sized UP living. Here are a few rock moves
that will get us back stage.
The darker the better, the richer the best.
Blacks, blues, deep purples, jewel tones
of green and yes red, it's Christmas after
all. These are the colours of true rock star
stature. Mix them, wear grades of or keep
it straight you will not go wrong.
Leggings that look like liquid, metal or
leather are the perfect addition for layering,
under extra short tops or just to add an
edge to a funky dress. Animal prints and
distressed ones are really cool too for any
look. Remember not to mix animal prints
but do add the glitter.
Jumpsuits have been seen on all the
runways and spotted on all the stars. In
shorts, pants in denim, prints whatever
shape or shade jumpsuits are all the rave
this season. Don't forget the really high
heels ladies cause that is how we roll.
Less is more and matching is best does not
apply here. The bigger, more sparkly and
glitzy the better. Metallic jewellery with
large stones are show stoppers. Redo an
outfit simply with changing yourjewellery.
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ime after time we find ourselves
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existence. The thing is, life is an
evolution and there are always new
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things, how do we know what else
is out there? Be it a career, location or thing
there is always more to experience. The day
we wake up and tell ourselves that this is all
there is to life, is the day we stop living.

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lives that we see when we're surfing for a
good movie, where everything is perfect and
surreal. The truth is that those things only
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have real lives like us. Often times we look at
others and it triggers our jealousies as we
wish perhaps that maybe we could step into
that person's shoes if only for a moment or we
ask ourselves why are some people blessed
with such good luck and fortune. The reality is
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we don't know anything about their hardships,
sacrifices or trials. Comparisons can make us
doubt ourselves and what we have achieved
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anyone else, for we are exactly where we
need to be at any given moment in time. Every
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reason and without each of those moments,
we would not be the persons we are today.
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those steps in between we would not be ready
for Z when we get there, for all those steps
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KOD comes up as a pilot project and a Guadeloupe
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By Dean Corrodus.

I said it was going to be exciting.

I said there would be close racing.

I said drivers would literally be racing down to the wire in the bid for championship honors.

I can now apply for my prophet license. LOL.

What I couldn't predict however was just how high the attrition rate would be in practice in the weeks and
days preceding the event as well as in qualifying and just how much each crew would go through to ensure
that their drivers made it to the track on race day; but I'm getting ahead of myself here, so let me observe
protocol and do the official stuff.

The 2009 season of circuit racing organized by the Jamaica Race Driver's Club (JRDC) at Dover Raceway
came to a thrilling climax on Heroes Day, October 19, when the final race meet of the year was held
there. The club has much to boast about this season, having seen the successful staging of the first three
events, with record attendance, improved facilities and amenities, very close racing, greater exposure in
the media and an increasing number of competitors with better prepared cars and bikes being some of
the more significant achievements this year, which sees the culmination of title sponsor LIME's three year
sponsorship deal.

There is so much to report on I hardly know where to start, so a quick look at the results may be helpful
here. There were a total of 15 races scheduled for the day to be culminated by the Lime "Fallen heroes"
Thundersport race. An on time start after the formalities of introduction, welcome and the playing of the
national anthem after the customary driver lineup saw the fans delve into the action in the bright morning
sun, which was to be followed at lunchtime by persistent overcast conditions, but the rain that threatened
never came and the clouds simpI made things cooler and more eno able for those in attendance.















Stephan Chin dragging his right knee through the Tyre Warehouse corner at Dover Raceway.


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Dennis Chin Quee, Halquin Rodney and Adrian Blake negotiate the RAC esses at Dover raceway.

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on his Holey Bulla sponsored Honda CBR 600RR race machine. He made it look easy and established
his conquest of the other competitors early on, posting a fastest time of the day of 1 minute 23.521
seconds. Dennis Chin Quee on a Yamaha 600 R6 secured a 2nd place and two 4th place finishes, with
Halquin Rodney placing 2nd twice and placing 4th in the 1st race. Adrian Blake was the other podium
finisher with three solid 3rd place finishes on a Honda 600 RR.


Stephen Bansie in fine form at the Heroes of Speed race meet.


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Good results for Neil Gore, George Bayley and Charles Maxwell.

In the Improved Production Class 27 category, points leader Stephen Bansie in the Scotia Group Subaru
Impreza WRX Sti Spec C romped to victory in Race 1 after qualifying on pole, and was also first across the
line in race 2, but was demoted to 5th place after receiving a penalty for breaking out of the time bracket.
With the results gained, Bansie has won the IP27 championship for the 2nd year running. Neil Gore
in the Team Mobay Racing Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution X was 2nd in race 1 and was set to repeat that
placing for race 2, but was gifted the win with Bansie's breakout. 3rd place in race 1 was George Bayley
in a Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution VII while in race 2 Charles Maxwell in the CRC Racing Mitsubishi Lancer
Evolution was 2nd and debutant Joel Jackson 3rd in the Jetcon Racing Subaru Impreza. Neil Gore has
placed 2nd in the 2009 championship in this category while last year's winner, Gary Williams, has placed
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Gary "Rambo" Barrett in his Honda Civic.


Kyle Gregg (left) and Dean Corrodus (right) show how to jump a curb while Heath Causwell (centre)
leads Sebastian Rae.

The Improved Production 33 category saw rising star Peter Jaggon in the Jaggon Gases/Horse P Racing
Honda Civic CRX cross the line first in Race 1, but was demoted to 5th place because of breaking out.
Last year's overall Dover Champion Gary Barrett driving the Jump Fence Racing/Car City Honda Civic was
promoted to 1st place, closely followed by young Kyle Gregg in the BD Gregg & Bros. Honda Civic and Heath
Causwell in the Blue Waters Mitsubishi Mirage 3rd. In race 2 it was Barrett completing the double with Dean
Corrodus in the Kumho Tires Honda Civic Type R in 2nd followed by Chris Wright in Horse P Racing's Purple
Turtle Honda Civic Coupe in 3rd. This after breakout penalties were applied to Gregg, Jaggon, Sebastian Rae
and Andy Bodden while Charles Maxwell was disqualified.


Peter Jaggon set a new front wheel drive track record in qualifying on Sunday of 1 minute 26.932
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Raymond Donaldson, Charles Chen and Nigel Edwards.


The Improved Production 37 class was keenly contested between class leader Brian Foster in another
Horse P Racing creation, the Sherwin Williams Honda Civic hatchback and past champion Rohan Clarke in
the Team Xpress Racing Nissan Pulsar, who was eager to retain his throne. They were both upstaged by
Peter Jaggon who also ran in this class and won race 1 followed by Raymond Donaldson in a Mitsubishi
Lancer Evolution and Nigel Edwards in a turbocharged Volkswagen Golf out of the Team Brown's Town
camp. In Race 2 it was Charles Chen's turn to score a maiden victory followed by Edwards in 2nd and
Jaggon in 3rd place.










IP45 competitors in action.

Demotion due to breakout penalties applied were pretty much the order of the day in the Improved
production 45 category, where cars are allowed to race without roll cages if they go no faster than
one minute forty five seconds around the track, The popular category of racing has seen many racers
getting their first taste of competition before plunging full time into racing, offering a great introductory
platform to the sport. Many have argued for and many against the idea, but one thing is for sure, the
record shows that many current champions in other classes got their start right in IP45. Raymond
Donaldson won race 1 followed by Nigel Thomas aka "The Druggist" in a Mitsubishi Lancer affectionately
called "Lancerlution" and Kayde "Preacher's Son" Walker 3rd in a VW Golf from Team Brown's Town
Racing. This after a total of nine competitors broke out of the time bracket. In race 2, nine competitors
again broke out, 8 of them being disqualified, resulting in the three podium places being won by Neil
Blenham in a Peugeot, David Senior in an Acura Integra and Walton Small in a Toyota Corolla taking
home the glory.


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Brian Foster, Gary Barrett and Dean Corrodus.


The Modified Production categories feature flat out racing as opposed to the Improved Production where
participants keep one eye on the clock to stay within a certain lap time requirement, and many consider
these categories a purer form of racing. In Class 1 (MP1), for cars with an engine displacement not
exceeding 1800cc, Kyle Gregg raced ahead of his rivals to take the win, followed by Brian Foster and Gary
Barrett...all in Honda Civics. In race 2, it was the same story again, the results sheet reading the same,
except that Dean Corrodus claimed 3rd, but also in a Honda Civic. He was one of the drivers who had
arrived late at the track due to staying up all night Sunday rebuilding an engine and having to start from
dead last on the grid for each race...but more on that later, as this seemed to be standard procedure for
several drivers at this event.


Teddy Burton's fast Honda Civic and Dean Shaw's improving Prochallenge truck.


The drifting antics of crowd favorite Alan Chen.


In Modified production 2, Teddy Burton in the Xavia Murray prepared turbo-charged Honda Civic put on
a fine performance to win both races, followed by stable mate Alan Chen in a turbo-charged, rear wheel
drive Toyota Corolla, who drifted his car, much to the delight of many spectators, around several corners
of the track. 3rd in both races was Dean Shaw in the Wilshaw Racing Prochallenge truck, possibly his
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Doug Gore being closely followed by Chris Campbell and then taking his turn at following his father Neil
Gore.
Douglas Gore won the first Modified Production Class 3 race, sharing the limelight with Chris Campbell
and his father Neil Gore in 2nd and 3rd. In Race 2, it was a come from behind win for David Summerbell,
literally driving on the road all the way from Gore's Team Mobay Racing garage in Montego Bay to cross
the line first after an all nighter to replace a damaged engine block. His benefactor (Doug Gore) was close
on his heels however, but not in his usual Evolution 5, as that car damaged its engine too, but in the
Evolution X, which in turn was to finish the day by the side of the road with suspected engine damage as
well! Third across the line in this class was K. Marston in a Mazda 323.






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David Summerbell arrives at the track minus front bumper and then promptly winning, but followed
closely by Doug Gore.
The LIME Thundersport category sees the fastest cars on track at each meet, and Chris Campbell
wrapped up a fine second season of racing by not only winning race 1 but the championship as well in his
blue and white Casa's garage prepared Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution IV. 2nd place went to a hard charging
David Summerbell in a thrilling "start from the back of the pack drive because I was late and never
qualified and stayed up all night to change my engine so I'm gonna show you how this is really done". 3rd
went to Peter "Bull" Thompson in his turbocharged Mazda RX7. In race 2, "King" David turned the tables
on Campbell and crossed the line first, with Campbell and Thompson following him across the line, albeit
some distance behind.

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Thundersport champion Chris Campbell and Peter Thompson fending off a strong race-long challenge
from Stephen Bansie & Peter Rae.

This was such an epistle, I'll leave the 2009 championship positions to the presenter at the prize giving
function, which takes place on Friday, October 23 at the Pegasus Hotel starting at 7 p.m. Be there to
support your favorite drivers and celebrate with the champions.

The meet was sponsored by Lime, Pegasus Hotel, Power 106, KLAS Sports Radio, IRIE FM, National
Supplies, TVJ, D&G's Malta, Tropical Battery, Tyre Warehouse and The Gleaner.


For further information, call Daneisha Morgan at the Jamaica Race Driver's Club office at 924-JRDC or
visit the club's website at www.jrdc.org.


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peace with. There is nothing to be afraid the skin, the more stunning and
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practice, but unfavorable results are blemishes and appears 'pore less.'
easily removed leaving the subject free Do not despair if this does not
to try again. Scalpels and lasers can be apply to you (thank God however if
way less forgiving. it does), flawless skin is achievable.
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Appetizer: Start off by choosing a mild
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in the actual product.

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oily skins should look for words like
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Combination skins would be best to
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Dessert: Lastly, complete routine
with a moisturizer containing SPF
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skin without replacing the moisture installment of this series.
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seriously considering this?

Desperate times call for desperate measures...i remember
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It seems to me that Adams has the capability to "Remove"
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You don't solve criminality in the police force by putting a
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Alexander William Delapenha, Jamaica

From what I have heard haven't the "families" that got
involved either helping or ins ome way hindering the po
pos? Not saying shooting innocents isn't wrong but if you
really want peace then you wont in any way defend guns
and other wrong doings even if it's indirectly..
Ainsley HostileTakeover Dacres, Jamaica

I don't support bad manism
Alexander William Delapenha, Jamaica

Reneto Decordova Valentino Adams 4 Commissoner...
Yeahhhhhh..He who feelz it knos it....de gunman dem a
kill any & everybody newayz....innocent r guilty...civilian r
criminal...man r oman....bwoy r gurl...puss r dwaag...baby
r child...ole man r oman....
Cathy Ann-Marie Constantine, Jamaica


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MONEY! MONEY! MONEY!
Panache Jamaica: What would you buy
for Chistmas if you earned $ 38 million dollars
a year?

A debt free life...pay all my bills, save, and just
take all my family on a nice vacation.
Panache Jamaica, Jamaica

Build a Homeless and Abuse Children's Relief
Center in Every Country in The World

Jamcan Relief, Jamaica

38 mill can't do that...are you kidding????
Anyways I would jus keep on the track I am
now...
Ainsley HostileTakeover Dacres, Jamaica

$J dollars. Buy Land and create scholarships for
would-be farmers
Debi Martin Adam, Jamaica

What currency we talking? lol
Cherrelle Boriel, USA

Well after taxes that's only about 22 million so... I
would buy land and property and from my own
charity
Adrian Richards, Barbados


Build a home for the homeless,then pay my
bills if any money left afterJPS..LOL-B
Bernadette Dunn, Jamaica

Thousand of wells for those who needs water
... and a publishing for one of my books ... and
a good work training for my little cousins ...
and ... a trip to hug my brother I have not seen
since 15 years ... and ... surely a little room to
stay ... and ... do you need something?
Valerie Razzanti, France

Y'all know you aint gonna give away no 38
Mill datz barely enuff to retire on if itz jamai-
can....unoo tell de truth mon...cho
Ainsley HostileTakeover Dacres, Jamaica

BASIC INSTINCT
Panache Jamaica: Rihanna reminded me
of Sharon Stone in that movie.... asic Instinct--she
looked just like her the entire powerful.... I will crush
any man look!

I noticed that too down to the way her legs
were crossed.
Adrian Richards, Barbados

Yeah but u can still read that she wishes it
wasn't like dat...she still love de dude...but as
she seh F luv!
Ainsley HostileTakeover Dacres, Jamaica

I was thinking the same thing, I think she set
an awesome image as a powerful woman
running her business
Marsha Rose, Jamaica

She said "F love"...that had me rolling! But
Tricia, you describe her look to the T...
Teasea Bennett, Jamaica


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