30 Mar 2010

Driven to speechlessness

I blame TSTT for the increase in teenage pregnancies. This is due to free calls at night during which time girls indulge in personal if not sexual conversations with their boyfriends.

Both the poor and the wealthy are experiencing pregnancies in their families. Look around and see the number of babies that are being born to young girls. I spoke to someone in the Ministry of Education about this situation and am calling on them to help the teens. This nonsense must stop.

My elderly husband and I are being disturbed at unearthly hours when we have to hear conversations when we should be getting a good night’s rest. Mr Attorney General, could I sue TSTT regarding my disturbance?

Ella Cropper
Arima

I am still speechless over this…

This line: My elderly husband and I are being disturbed at unearthly hours when we have to hear conversations when we should be getting a good night’s rest has me wondering.

Where are you at night to hear these conversations? Are they being said in your house? Judging from your stance that night time calls by young teenage girls are of a sexual nature, can we then infer that you have a teenage girl in your house indulging in sexual conversations at night for you to have the opportunity to overhear? Or, do you go snooping into young girls bedrooms at night (whether in your house or others) to overhear such conversations?

If the latter, I have no more questions. If the former, I am wondering why you seek to lay blame on TSTT rather than yourselves for failing to control and discipline said teenage nymphet. Your apportioning blame to TSTT is like the person who blames the knife manufacturer when his product is used to commit a murder, but praises when it is used in the kitchen. If you are so  displeased with TSTT, disconnect your phone, boycott their services and isolate the nymphet. Problem solved… unless you shortly thereafter have to stop buying certain fruits and vegetables.

I still shaking my head over this one…