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Dennis Jones is a Jamaican-born international economist, who has lived most of the time in the UK and USA, and latterly in Guinea, west Africa. He moved back to the Caribbean in 2007. This blog contains his observations on life on this small eastern Caribbean island, as well as views on life and issues on a broader landscape, especially the Caribbean and Africa.

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Wednesday, August 11, 2010

New Blog

For those who wish to continue following my writing from the US, it's in a new blog entitled Grasshopper Eyes The Potomac (http://potomacgrasshopper.wordpress.com).

3 comments:

Carson C. Cadogan said...

Explain the title.

Dennis Jones said...

It's going to remain a bit enigmatic for the moment, and I may delve into in on the blog. But I explained it to my wife and my little daughter. It's not one phrase, but several, like 'Eats shoots and leaves'. You also have to know a little bit about grasshoppers and their relatives, and how they respond to various circumstances. Enjoy some summer research.

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