Tuesday, August 31, 2010

The ULP/NDP ad

If you deign to look at SVG TV during the news period (7-8 pm), like me, you would have likely seen that black and white ad from the ULP that took most of its content from an NDP ad - I was confused - I was not sure why there was an NDP ad with a voice over (sounding suspiciously like Kaleel Cato) dissing the same ad, until I realised that it was a ULP ad. And another oddity was the red lipstick on V. Frederick's lips - poor video editing because the red smudge smears its way up to her nose and across to her cheek.

But enough about that, this is all I have to say - if an ad is claiming to promote the capability of the ULP to continue running the country by flattering us, calling us intelligent people, at least learn how the hell to spell, so we could see none Vincentians rather than non-Vincentians.

Peace out.


  1. Heard of it..yet to see it. Don't you just wish the silly season would end?

  2. Seen it.Countdown begins to when none Vincentian will be changed

  3. I can ignore the posters and the radio jabber and even the badly edited videos.

    What I can't stand is those damn loud speakers on vehicles. Arggghhhh

  4. Oh don't remind me, thus far I've been spared

  5. Non-

    1. Used in the sense of not, to negate the meaning of the word to which it is prefixed.


    1. no one; not one: None of the members is going.
    2. not any, as of something indicated: None of the pie is left. That is none of your business.
    3. no part; nothing: I'll have none of your backtalk!
    4. ( used with a plural verb ) no or not any persons or things: I left three pies on the table and now there are none. None were left when I came.
    5. to no extent; in no way; not at all: The supply is none too great.
    6. Archaic . not any; no (usually used only before a vowel or h ): Thou shalt have none other gods but me.


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