THE EDITOR, Sir:
As anyone who spends time online will learn, there are thousands of Jamaicans who haven't been 'back a yard' for 20 years who, nevertheless, know how to solve every problem.
They don't know Jolly buses don't run anymore, never rode on Manley Highway, or don't know that there is no drive-in at Harbour View.
But they know how to solve all Jamaica's problems, though.
When one tries to communicate with these people, it becomes an episode of 'Ity & Fancy Cat', for where you have Kingston outside your window and they have Toronto, they still know more about the traffic on Windward Road than you do.
The problem with the diaspora is that time stopped for them the day they got on the Lovebird, and if they do return, it's usually a north coast complex.
If one allows the diaspora to vote, they'll elect the best showman in town. So it should be at least amusing.