Stoplights are an ecomoic opportunity. Anywhere where traffic slows down becomes an economic opportunity. Just beyond Spanishtown the road leads to a roundabout. At the intersection is a tree, stadning alone amidst the dry dusty bushes. Its sparse shade harbours a stand. Among the things the stand seels are dustcloths, which In Jamaica are never used for dusting but for all sorts of things. In fact the cloth, called after the leather equivalent with which you clean windows, is used for everything. It is that lovely deep cadmium yellow with the broadly stitched red border. The owners of the stand hang the tree full of their ware. Usually these yellow dustcloths, but occasionally footballs or plastic bits and pieces.