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23 Jul 2021 17:34 #391062 by ketchim
gonna look like a Scraper

that you scrub step wid in GT...

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23 Jul 2021 17:38 #391063 by Artemis10
me ain't know

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23 Jul 2021 17:39 #391064 by Artemis10
My husband went away for some time because I cheated. When he came home, he was smiling and acting as if nothing happened, but I saw hickeys and scratches all over him. And my female friend started acting weird lately. Did he have a revenge affair?

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23 Jul 2021 17:43 #391065 by ketchim
Yes, you can also have a revenge one as well ! lol

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23 Jul 2021 17:45 - 23 Jul 2021 17:46 #391067 by ketchim
"me ain't know "

well depends on if you use a lotta teeth or not ! lol

tongue is safer ~
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24 Jul 2021 18:01 #391086 by Artemis10
I have done an arranged marriage, but I am not happy. My parents and family say everything shall be alright after one gets married or when one has a child. I don't understand this or see any positive signs ahead. What are some suggestions?

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25 Jul 2021 20:44 #391102 by chairman
It's a tough situation

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26 Jul 2021 08:54 #391109 by chairman
good morning

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26 Jul 2021 19:53 #391224 by chairman
TOKYO (AP) — At an Olympics aiming to set the highest level of television standards, the head of broadcasting at the Tokyo Games is trying to banish overly sexualized images of female athletes.

“Sport appeal, not sex appeal” is one mantra Olympic officials push in an effort to reach gender equity on the field of play and on screen.

“You will not see in our coverage some things that we have been seeing in the past, with details and close-up on parts of the body,” Olympic Broadcasting Services chief executive Yiannis Exarchos said Monday.

That can be difficult with state-of-the-art technology filming sports — such as beach volleyball, gymnastics, swimming and track — where female athletes' uniforms can be scant and skimpy.

Gymnasts from Germany sent a message against uniforms they believe exploit their sexuality by competing in Tokyo wearing unitards that covered their legs to the ankle.

A stronger protest was made this month away from the Olympics. At a European beach handball event, Norway’s women refused to play in bikini bottoms and instead wanted to wear skin-tight shorts. They were fined for breaking clothing rules.

The International Olympic Committee does not govern those kinds of rules for individual sports, but it does run OBS and controls the broadcast output from Tokyo shown to the world.

“What we can do is to make sure that our coverage does not highlight or feature in any particular way what people are wearing,” Exarchos said.

To achieve this, the IOC updated “Portrayal Guidelines” to steer all Olympic sports and their rights holders toward “gender-equal and fair” broadcasts of their events. Advice includes “do not focus unnecessarily on looks, clothing or intimate body parts” and reframing or deleting a “wardrobe malfunction ... to respect the integrity of the athlete.”

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27 Jul 2021 09:27 #391234 by chairman
THE Auditor-General’s Report for 2016 has shown that the Ministry of Education inappropriately spent $173.7M from its special-projects bank account.

According to the report, the monies were garnered from various sources, such as the Guyana Lotteries Commission, Digicel, and refunds from the permanent secretary.

According to the report, $54.2 million was spent on equipment and furniture; $48 million on anniversary celebrations; $13.2 million on salaries and overtime; $12 million on vehicle parts; $9.5 million on construction and rehabilitation; $9.3 million on sports gear; $77.4 million on stationery; $5.1 million for rental; $4.3 million on advertisement; $4.1 million on staff welfare; $2.5 million on airfare; and $3.4 million on other things.

The balance for this account, as of December 31, 2015, was $29.9 million, while the cash book balance was $11 million. As at December 31, 2016, the bank balance on the account was $46.6 million, and the cash book balance was $44.8 million.

During 2016, amounts totaling $177 million were received and deposited into the account. Included in this amount were sums totalling $28.4 million, which were related to revenue received for the rental of the Guyana National Stadium.

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