Friday, 9 January 2015

SOUND BYTES OF THE WEEK: Potent quotables from Dr. Carl Williams, Debbie Bissoon, Tyrone Marshall, Earl Jarrett, and Kaci Fennell

"Well, hopefully, I'll be taking up the reins of Miss Universe International later this month, so that's my goal. I'm putting it out into the universe. But in my general life, outside of pageantry, I look forward to continuing my charity work with Style For Change, and delving into a few entrepreneurial projects, as well as furthering my studies as an educator."  Reigning Miss Jamaica Universe, Kaci Fennell, waxing optimistic to Flair about her future possibilities

"As a freelance presenter and producer, I am able to work with and on other projects with other entities, and I look forward to doing so. I will be presenting and producing a couple of programmes for myself as well. This new opportunity has given me freedom to branch out into other areas of entertainment."  Television hostess Debbie Bissoon on life after E-Prime and widening her reach in media and entertainment

"Photography is about every moment in life; it represents a history of emotions and this book will share with the world moments of life experiences. These pictures are expressions from our young advocates and photographers."  Chair of the Jamaica National Foundation, Earl Jarrett, welcoming the publication of Take A Look At My World, a new anthology featuring a decade's worth of photos produced by participating students in the foundation's Resolution Project

"I basically had to get that experience, so now I see [this job] as a transition to take the next step, to the next level. I have the necessary qualification to make the transition. I was doing the appropriate things, staying involved... Right now the focus is on Real Salt Lake and helping them win another championship. Later down the line, I would consider a coaching job in Jamaica; that was always the dream."  Former Reggae Boyz captain Tyrone Marshall on his recent appointment as assistant coach for MLS contenders Real Salt Lake following a stint as technical director for the Derby City Rovers

"If we could reduce murders to ten in any given year, that is what we would try to do. But as it stands right now, we are working and doing everything to ensure that we reduce it to the lowest possible number."  Commissioner of Police, Dr. Carl Williams, addressing journalists during a press conference at his Old Hope Road-based office on Wednesday 

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