· October, 2010

Stories about Bermuda from October, 2010

Bermuda: Ahoy There!

  27 October 2010

Elaborate plans are afoot for the development of “a pirate-themed waterpark”; New Onion asks: “Who has deep pockets and is that bad of a businessperson other than the Bermuda Government?”, while Vexed Bermoothes says: “There has not been a well thought out business plan…there should be limited development on this...

Bermuda: More than a Whisper

  19 October 2010

Vexed Bermoothes says that “the ‘whispering guest workers'…make up a significant proportion of our population but have NO political voice” and would like to see this change.

Bermuda: Hit the Road

  15 October 2010

“The real problem is us: we drive like idiots”: As the government tries to find ways to “slow down traffic” in the face of rising road deaths, Vexed Bermoothes thinks that “there is much that can be done”, but warns that “‘technical measures’ alone will not solve the problem.”

Bermuda: Stats!

  15 October 2010

Bermuda is celebrating National Statistics Day today, but Vexed Bermoothes may spoil the party: “I see little to celebrate in the ‘achievement’ of managing to cover less than half the population in the national census.”

Bermuda: On the Deficit

  4 October 2010

“Quite a few people have been saying that Bermuda’s deficit spending is justified to boost the economy”: New Onion‘s response? “In a word: No.”