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Re: The Saga Continues...
« Reply #30 on: December 01, 2017, 02:21:34 PM »
@atl you hit the nail on the coffin....very animalistic ...you telling the truth on that one!

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« Reply #31 on: December 01, 2017, 02:31:19 PM »
Well family orientated in the sense no one starves. the mindset that we all eat. Im sure 90% of this board would NOT care if their neighbor ate or didnt eat.. What you are talking about is single parent homes.
I mean that is worldwide, not just DR...

If you ever get the chance step out to the campo/barrio and see how they treat each other. Everyone is family and how many people do we know that would raise another persons kids forever? This is the norm down here.

I call that family orientated.
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« Reply #32 on: December 01, 2017, 02:40:45 PM »
Well family orientated in the sense no one starves. the mindset that we all eat. Im sure 90% of this board would NOT care if their neighbor ate or didnt eat.. What you are talking about is single parent homes.
I mean that is worldwide, not just DR...

If you ever get the chance step out to the campo/barrio and see how they treat each other. Everyone is family and how many people do we know that would raise another persons kids forever? This is the norm down here.

I call that family orientated.

Oh I see, you are calling family oriented where it does not belong. You meant "community oriented".
As far as "single parent home" is world wide. Look at the stats in places like south korea, japan over there family is still the highest priority .

And if you say that no one is starving because everyone helps each other,,, well that is givning incentive to keep fucking and impregnating women like animals because "EVERYONE HELPS EACH OTHER" so why be responsible for your won offspring.  That is not family oriented mentality.

Also, stepping out to the campo/barrio they treat each other like family..... I have, and you still see the "man" having affairs with other women in "el campo" and kids from different men. Young girls getting pregnant by older men, and once they have kids they go to SOSUA so they can feed their new boyfriends and bambinos.   
SOoooo, I think you are not applying the term "family oriented" properly.
JMHO.
« Last Edit: December 01, 2017, 02:43:22 PM by atlien »

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Re: The Saga Continues...
« Reply #33 on: December 01, 2017, 03:04:45 PM »
I'm going to say this; The overwhelming majority of those women are not family oriented...Prime example: a lot of those Sousa bitches remain in Sousa for months at a time without seeing their family when they already have enough money to take care of basic but they choose to stay in the streets because they are materialistic....Those women know Dominican men will beat their ass and leave them as soon as her belly begins to grow in size and why would those women knowingly except that as a way of life??? Beyond my understanding ....The majority of those people don't understand the concept of being family oriented because if they did we wouldn't see hoes in Sousa or any other spot on that island

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« Reply #34 on: December 01, 2017, 03:34:28 PM »
Hey don't get me wrong, I love going there because the people (most of them) are cool and awesome with me. Also, I love mulato girls with cute smiles and big asses for dirt cheap.
But to say that in most of DR there is a sense of family unity or oriented? come on naw!!
Just because they call each others PRIMO does not mean that they are actually related.

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« Reply #35 on: December 01, 2017, 03:56:44 PM »
I'm a non believer of those people being family oriented

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« Reply #36 on: December 01, 2017, 04:08:59 PM »
Well this is my experience.. 10 years and traveling to more than 70% of the country. Place most wont step foot in. What you two are describing are SOCIAL issues. I reffered to the sense of "Family " and "Community"

ex - Kids can go down the street alone and everyone looks out for the child. We as americans dont care about our neighbors. I have been sick and head motos and people who barely knew me drop off food and meds.
People just genuinely caring about each other.  I dont see that from americans.

Your experience is your own and I see you may have deep rooted issues with the social climate down here. lol

It is what it is
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« Reply #37 on: December 01, 2017, 04:17:39 PM »
Back to the stories..

Why I wear Jeans

So if you ever paid attention, dominicans always try and clean up and dress up even if they have zero pesos. I was at a block party in San Juan La Magua about 6 years ago with some chics I knew. Im on my gringo shit with ball shorts and a tshirt.. Im chillin.
But I see some fine ass chics and realize I stand out like a sore thumb.. I started feeling a little weird because unlike sosua, I was the only person around dressed like this... The chics explained that most people wear jeans all the time and I do remember getting Denied entrance to a club in Santo Domingo because I had shorts on.. Most real clubs wont let you in with shorts or sleeveless shirts.

So the next night shorty got my clothes ready and in my mind Im like dude, this DR and its hot as hell. why would I wear jeans....
Well went out and I fit in like all the dominicans and some thought I was dominican.. After that I had to get into that mode and actually started having a better time.
I noticed with shorts they know we are Gringos. With Jeans we just blend in and treatment goes a little different..
I do shorts in the day  (To me jeans in the day is ridiculous) But Jeans at night at all times.

May sound dumb but, If you look around you will see everyone in jeans. ..
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« Reply #38 on: December 01, 2017, 04:23:12 PM »
I'm going to say this; The overwhelming majority of those women are not family oriented...Prime example: a lot of those Sousa bitches remain in Sousa for months at a time without seeing their family when they already have enough money to take care of basic but they choose to stay in the streets because they are materialistic....Those women know Dominican men will beat their ass and leave them as soon as her belly begins to grow in size and why would those women knowingly except that as a way of life??? Beyond my understanding ....The majority of those people don't understand the concept of being family oriented because if they did we wouldn't see hoes in Sousa or any other spot on that island


This is a perfect comment from a Gringo... Our cultures are different. This country has legal prostitution. Not for you guys in sosua. It is for the dominicans. Everything is based off of sex. A chic cant get a position without fucking. When you learn from young that sex is the only way you can come up, You have two choices.. Go the long and hard route which doesnt always lead to a good job/life or go the easier route and be able to pay for the hard route but be comfortable.
You have to stop using american logic down here. Their circumstances are different.  Dominican joke, What do they call  a man with 4 daughters?

A wealthy man
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« Reply #39 on: December 01, 2017, 04:39:15 PM »
@ TMBTS        Reality check, without WIC,AFDC, FOOD STAMPS, SECTION 8 HOUSING, ALIMONY , State enforced Child Support done electronically nowadays, if Prostitution was LEGAL every major city in America would be like Sosua. In bigger cities women are already selling their ass on back page and out of strip clubs. Should not judge others unless in their shoes.

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« Reply #40 on: December 01, 2017, 04:43:37 PM »
@ TMBTS        Reality check, without WIC,AFDC, FOOD STAMPS, SECTION 8 HOUSING, ALIMONY , State enforced Child Support done electronically nowadays, if Prostitution was LEGAL every major city in America would be like Sosua. In bigger cities women are already selling their ass on back page and out of strip clubs. Should not judge others unless in their shoes.
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Re: The Saga Continues...
« Reply #41 on: December 01, 2017, 04:47:00 PM »
@ vpchill.....let me ask you question based upon u saying a typical comment from a gringo, what ethnicity are u?

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« Reply #42 on: December 01, 2017, 05:19:56 PM »
@ TMBTS        Reality check, without WIC,AFDC, FOOD STAMPS, SECTION 8 HOUSING, ALIMONY , State enforced Child Support done electronically nowadays, if Prostitution was LEGAL every major city in America would be like Sosua. In bigger cities women are already selling their ass on back page and out of strip clubs. Should not judge others unless in their shoes.

You are right about that bro. But we can definitely judge, and we should.
We have common sense, and we have JUDGEment to judge what is right and what isn't.
I don't have to be in the shoes of a rapists to understand and judge that it is wrong to rape.
Simple.

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« Reply #43 on: December 01, 2017, 05:20:31 PM »
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@ vpchill.....let me ask you question based upon u saying a typical comment from a gringo, what ethnicity are u?

I am american. Irish and Black... But I took the time to understand the culture... Yall look at sosua... Dominicans pay for pussy on a SUPER higher scale than tourist do. we just pay more per capa. But the country is built off sex. NOT sex tourism and as Seanlso said..
America has all the aid.. There is NO aid here.   I have watched dudes tell the mother of their child that they need to fuck in order to buy pampers and milk.
Sex is used as a weapon and a form of control here.
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« Reply #44 on: December 01, 2017, 05:27:25 PM »
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You are right about that bro. But we can definitely judge, and we should.
We have common sense, and we have JUDGEment to judge what is right and what isn't.
I don't have to be in the shoes of a rapists to understand and judge that it is wrong to rape.
Simple.

No disrespect but who are you to judge? Have you grown up in these circumstances and situations? I have. and I dont judge because I understand.
And as Far as underage sex, This was a normal concept for hundreds of years. there were no statutory rape laws in US until like the 70s or late 60s...

It still goes on here but you forget it was worldwide forever. shit UK didnt make it law until like 2000 or so
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