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Twilight- Breaking Dawn

Posted on July 16, 2011 at 9:40 PM Comments comments (239)
One of the most highly anticipated movies of the year will be released November 18, 2011. Yes Ladies its time to get your screaming voice ready...whether you are on team Edward or team Jacob, Bella has chosen. Voicedatout got a glimpse of PART 1, yes you heard right Breaking Dawn will have 2 parts. Here's a sneak peak, ladies if you have a man that will "box" you down swallow the screams...
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Hottest Summer Party

Posted on July 15, 2011 at 12:34 AM Comments comments (23)
So we are approaching the season of summer. Where the sun is blazing hot but that wont stop the party lovers from stripping down to their summer gears. Which party/event will you be attending this Summer? Watch the video clip to know where Cliffton Brown will be.
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Great Restaurants in Jamaica

Posted on July 12, 2011 at 8:18 AM Comments comments (365)
I don't know about you guys but I personally love getting great service along with my food. I recently encountered a very pleasant experience from one of Jamaica's top restaurants. I was on my way home from Cool Runnings in Negril, tired and hungry. Upon reaching Hopewell I saw a restaurant called "Sky Beach Bar and Seafood Grill", I am a fish junkie so I decided to give it a try. Let's just say I did not regret it, from the car pulled up in the drive way, I was met by a waiter who escorted me from the car to some lovely romantic huts with candle lights (very private). Not only was the waiter VERY professional but also the whole environment.
After being served water and given warm towels to sanitize my hands, the waiter escorted me to choose the fish. I did that and while waiting for the food to be prepared the waiter kept checking if I was doing fine. Might I add they have an excellent selection of mixed juices at the bar and their strawberry daquri 10/10. About 20mins later my food arrived, I had fry fish, mash potatoes, I advised the waiter that I don't like bammy so he gave me complimentary serving of bammy to try (let just say, I am now a bammy lover). There are too many words to describe the food, FANTASTIC thats all I got to say. I was stuffed to the max but of coarse I had to make space for desert, the cheese cake was Y-U-M-M-Y!
The waiter came back with warm towels to wipe my hands, asked how was the food. I said, just like your service it was fantastic. When he went to get the bill I thought I was going to have to washing some plates, but I was very surprised that the bill was VERY reasonable, way better than what I pay at Twisted Kilt and Pelican. I was in such a good mood he got a very nice tip from me, he escorted me back to the car and thanked me for coming.
I would like to say, that I love restaurants like these who appreciates the locals, have you ever been to a restaurants and the great service ONLY happens when you look like a tourist? I want to hear from you guys, tell me a few restaurants you love and Ill go check them out. If you would like to experience Sky Beach they are located at:
Hanover, Jamaica
Office 1-876-956-5006
Cell 1-876-547-3971
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Listening is Key

Posted on July 7, 2011 at 3:41 PM Comments comments (17)
Listening Ear
"Eventhough I smile on the outside no one knows what I am really feeling inside" this was what she said to me as she held the knife to her wrist. At first I laughed, asking if she was an attention seeking jackass. She stared at me, her eyes filled with tears. As the first tear fell from her eyes... I stood there, the smiled wiped off my face; she was really serious about this. I had no clue how to handle the situation, I started thinking about how I should have paid attention to what my psychologist was saying in my one hour sessions.
I moved slowly towards her, carefully trying to take the knife from her hand. "Stand back!" she shouted, now pointing the knife in my direction; Apparently she didn't remember I just completed two months of anger management.  I gave her the "know yourself" look, she immediately came to her senses, for the first time in years she broke down. This is not like her, I use to think she was created without tears or she did a surgery to cement the tears in her eyes. She fell down on her knees, crying like the world was coming to an end. The first thing I did was take the knife and put it somewhere FAR from her reach.
As we began talking, she shared some deep personal stories about her life. The things she revealed, made me think twice about my thoughts of her. I always saw her as this hardcore person who no one could ever make break down, this can't be her someone must of cloned her. During our two hour talk, I learnt so much about not only her but also myself. She had so much pain inside and just wanted someone to confide in.  At the end of the talk there was a big sign of relief, I could see the smiles in her eyes. I learnt one valuable lesson that day, and that was to "listen"...
I encourage everyone that the next time someone vents or acts a certain way, don't just jump conclusion that they are crazy. You could be a major help to them by just taking the time out to listen and providing positive feedbacks. On the flip side remember to share deep personal thoughts with persons who you consider can keep a secret. You wouldn't want to share something with a person who by the time the conversation ends, your business can be typed into google search engine. 
Always remember, "Hearing is different from Listening" which do you do best?
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