Stephanie Lyew, Youthlink Writer
Quote of the week
"Cherish your yesterdays and dream your tomorrow, but most importantly, don't forget to live your today's." ~Anonymous
BB phone tip
Clear the Event Log: As most of us may have a problem with memory usage on our BlackBerry smartphones apart from updating to new software and clearing unnecessary SMS call logs, there is another thing you can do. Go to the home screen, hold down the ALT key and press 'L', 'G', 'L', 'G'. The event log will appear and you can select from the options 'Clear Log'. It is always good to do a battery pull after and check the log again. This should help with the efficiency of your phone if you perform it at least once a week.
Joke of the week
Just for Laughs
Yuh memba back in di days when:-
1. "Mi a guh tell mi mada pan yuh" was a threat?
2. Light-up sneakers was the hottest thing.
3. 3310 was the more hype phone.
4. One hundred dollar could get you a patty and a box drink and still get back change.
5. If you didn't have a CD player 'yuh nah seh a ting!'
6. B-Mobile had spokesperson 'Pressa' (but weh him deh?!)
7. Kartel was black with cane row hairstyle.
8. Jersey used to wear (they even had a song about it).
9. We use to blow out the Nintendo cartridge, now it's all about CDs that scratch.
10. TV used to sign off and it was only JBC.
If you are under the age of fifteen, you would probably have a hard time remembering ... but those were the days!
Discussion topic of the week
Do you think it should be the decision of another human being to remove someone off life support and why?
Marlon Phillips: I strongly believe that doctors, relatives of patients, etc should not decide whether a person lives or die, only God alone should have that decision. They really don't know if God has a plan for their life or not. So they shouldn't decide.
Venice Johnson: That's a really heartbreaking situation, however, each situation differs. I actually knew of a case and the doctors thought it was hopeless and suggested she be taken off life support but her fiancé insisted on keeping her on it. She eventually pulled through and is now happily married. Being on life support can be costly too, so some persons may not be able to afford it. It is certainly not an easy decision, however, I believe in prayer.
Claudia Gordon: Even though I don't believe we hold the key to someone's life, if it is costly and the person's parents or guardian can't afford it then it should be done.
Picture of the week
This cat is a real tourist, enjoying jelly coconut on a hot day.