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murano2010

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Re: Current Observatios on the Strip/PC
« Reply #1920 on: September 17, 2023, 04:31:52 PM »

Actually it was the exact opposite. When C first arrived here he was as gregarious as Greg was back then. Over time he became more reclusive. It went from seeing him damn near every day to barely seeing him. The noose that was tightening in the US may have had something to do with that.
As far as Im concerned.  I made it quite clear already.  "Depending on who you talk to, various people obviously have a similar or different perspective of him."

Whatever you claim is true I dont have a problem with.  Your perspective is based on yours or others who corroborate your observation.  My observation is based mostly on my interactions/encounters and observations of him at the times I made them.   And some input I got from a few people as well.   

As far as Im concerned any perspective or observations of this individual can be true, when it applies.   It's not necessarily got to be one or the other.   Im just reporting my observations and encounters with the dude.    No one can assume my perspective is wrong or invalid just because they werent there to witness what I observed, for years up until the present.     

Just curious, were you or anyone you got your information from living in Sosua in 2009-2011 time frame? There weren’t a lot of us here doing so at the time and we all tended to know one another.
Im curious too.  I thought my previous response was sufficient.   What else do you need to know now that is relevant?

If you really want to engage in some discourse, please step on over to my thread where I asked you for some specific feedback.   

https://takemebacktososua.com/index.php?topic=15776.msg299710#msg299710
Where you stand on the issue depends on where you sit.  The words enough, some, many , to whom it applies to, does not mean ALL of any people, places or things.  If you cant, dont or wont learn from friends, family or your peers, dont worry the locals will teach you, and you will learn the hard way.

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« Reply #1921 on: September 17, 2023, 04:57:59 PM »

Actually it was the exact opposite. When C first arrived here he was as gregarious as Greg was back then. Over time he became more reclusive. It went from seeing him damn near every day to barely seeing him. The noose that was tightening in the US may have had something to do with that.
As far as Im concerned.  I made it quite clear already.  "Depending on who you talk to, various people obviously have a similar or different perspective of him."

Whatever you claim is true I dont have a problem with.  Your perspective is based on yours or others who corroborate your observation.  My observation is based mostly on my interactions/encounters and observations of him at the times I made them.   And some input I got from a few people as well.   

As far as Im concerned any perspective or observations of this individual can be true, when it applies.   It's not necessarily got to be one or the other.   Im just reporting my observations and encounters with the dude.    No one can assume my perspective is wrong or invalid just because they werent there to witness what I observed, for years up until the present.     

Just curious, were you or anyone you got your information from living in Sosua in 2009-2011 time frame? There weren’t a lot of us here doing so at the time and we all tended to know one another.
Im curious too.  I thought my previous response was sufficient.   What else do you need to know now that is relevant?

If you really want to engage in some discourse, please step on over to my thread where I asked you for some specific feedback.   

https://takemebacktososua.com/index.php?topic=15776.msg299710#msg299710

Bottom line is you didn’t know what you were talking about and tried desperately to clean it up. Nobody who was here at the time told you that C was anti social or even aloof when he first arrived here. You just made shit up. No worries, we’re good.

murano2010

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Re: Current Observatios on the Strip/PC
« Reply #1922 on: September 17, 2023, 05:28:55 PM »

Bottom line is you didn’t know what you were talking about and tried desperately to clean it up. Nobody who was here at the time told you that C was anti social or even aloof when he first arrived here. You just made shit up. No worries, we’re good.
So thats what you are bugging out on.  You got to be kidding me?   Dude, me saying when  C 1st came on the scene is not equal to an exact year and time frame he arrived in Sosua.   Apparently you dont understand colloquial expression of thought.  But thats okay, I make allowances for the shortsighted with an axe to grind.   

When he 1st came on the scene is from my point of reference of observing and engaging with him,  not from his point of reference or when he 1st came to Sosua.    Be sure to process that correctly and get it right.  Because you were wrong.  Whatever he was about before I came on the scene, is irrelevant to my POV and point of reference.   

Let me say it one more time   "Depending on who you talk to, various people obviously have a similar or different perspective of him."

Whatever you claim is true I dont have a problem with.  Your perspective is based on yours or others who corroborate your observation.  My observation is based mostly on my interactions/encounters and observations of him at the times I made them.   And some input I got from a few people as well. " 



Please let that marinate. 
« Last Edit: September 17, 2023, 05:39:36 PM by murano2010 »
Where you stand on the issue depends on where you sit.  The words enough, some, many , to whom it applies to, does not mean ALL of any people, places or things.  If you cant, dont or wont learn from friends, family or your peers, dont worry the locals will teach you, and you will learn the hard way.

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Re: Current Observatios on the Strip/PC
« Reply #1923 on: September 17, 2023, 05:30:22 PM »
For you Jazzy :

A colloquial expression is an informal expression used to communicate with other people. it is the phrases used in everyday lives for example through casual speaking and slang.

For example, when a person says when so and so 1st came on the scene,  the emphasis or message is not about pin pointing an exact time frame.  But to get the message across that whatever the message is,  to distinguish an earlier time frame as opposed to a current or recent time frame.   That is called common language expression 101.
« Last Edit: September 17, 2023, 05:35:36 PM by murano2010 »
Where you stand on the issue depends on where you sit.  The words enough, some, many , to whom it applies to, does not mean ALL of any people, places or things.  If you cant, dont or wont learn from friends, family or your peers, dont worry the locals will teach you, and you will learn the hard way.

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« Reply #1924 on: September 17, 2023, 05:36:13 PM »

Bottom line is you didn’t know what you were talking about and tried desperately to clean it up. Nobody who was here at the time told you that C was anti social or even aloof when he first arrived here. You just made shit up. No worries, we’re good.
So thats what you are bugging out on.  You got to be kidding me?   Dude, me saying when  C 1st came on the scene is not equal to an exact year and time frame he arrived in Sosua.   Apparently you dont understand colloquial expression of thought.  But thats okay, I make allowances for the shortsighted with an axe to grind.   

When he 1st came on the scene is from my point of reference of observing and engaging with him,  not from his point of reference or when he 1st came to Sosua.    Be sure to process that correctly and get it right.  Because you were wrong.

I’m going to let that simmer. No need to comment. As I said we’re good.

murano2010

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Re: Current Observatios on the Strip/PC
« Reply #1925 on: September 17, 2023, 05:43:02 PM »

Bottom line is you didn’t know what you were talking about and tried desperately to clean it up. Nobody who was here at the time told you that C was anti social or even aloof when he first arrived here. You just made shit up. No worries, we’re good.
So thats what you are bugging out on.  You got to be kidding me?   Dude, me saying when  C 1st came on the scene is not equal to an exact year and time frame he arrived in Sosua.   Apparently you dont understand colloquial expression of thought.  But thats okay, I make allowances for the shortsighted with an axe to grind.   

When he 1st came on the scene is from my point of reference of observing and engaging with him,  not from his point of reference or when he 1st came to Sosua.    Be sure to process that correctly and get it right.  Because you were wrong.

I’m going to let that simmer. No need to comment. As I said we’re good.
Yes let that simmer.  I usually pay attention to details.   
Where you stand on the issue depends on where you sit.  The words enough, some, many , to whom it applies to, does not mean ALL of any people, places or things.  If you cant, dont or wont learn from friends, family or your peers, dont worry the locals will teach you, and you will learn the hard way.

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« Reply #1926 on: September 18, 2023, 05:07:27 PM »
I don't know this guy even though I think I'm seen him on the strip a couple of times, but one thing I wouldn't do on a public forum is to claim to know an international fugitive.

I mean someone may assume that you were somehow harboring him.

I mean when Kay tried to give Tom Hagen a letter for Micheal he refused to accept it Because that would indicate that he knew where Micheal was

I mean at the end of the day whether the dude was anti social or not doesn't really matter, I mean I hope that you didn't know enough about him to know why or why he wasn't antisocial but with no noticeable passive income stream and he lived in two countries and felt comfortable enough to have a pasola with cops in sosua itching for bribes???

Like i said I didn't know him and glad I didn't.

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« Reply #1927 on: September 19, 2023, 10:20:02 AM »
You can see the guy is not the brightest ... why he did not chose a country with no extradition with the US??
There are a couple in South America  ::)

What countries might those be?

Cuba and Venezuela are almost always systematically refusing extradition requests.
Otherwise, almost every country in Africa along with Madagascar and a couple countries in SEA.
Why bother with life?
Nobody has ever come out alive.

murano2010

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« Reply #1928 on: September 19, 2023, 10:38:46 AM »
Monday Sept 18th , 2023

Yesterday afternoon, chicas on Pedro Clisante in front of the VA clinic were fighting.  In the video I saw, one chick in the video was stabbing the other chick in the back ( and maybe her neck ).   It wasnt until I saw a still photo of both of them side by side, that I realized who one of the chicas was.   

She is the one in the green outfit, a Dominican chica named Caroline.  A chica with slim tight body, but also on drugs, probably coke.  Before the incident, I saw her parking her pasola in Bailees parking lot, then walk towards Bailees.  I noticed her green genie like outfit.  She looked like she was high then. 

So to hear about this incident is crazy.   

I have the video, but it wouldnt upload and send.  Maybe that is for the best. 
« Last Edit: September 19, 2023, 03:43:18 PM by murano2010 »
Where you stand on the issue depends on where you sit.  The words enough, some, many , to whom it applies to, does not mean ALL of any people, places or things.  If you cant, dont or wont learn from friends, family or your peers, dont worry the locals will teach you, and you will learn the hard way.

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Re: Current Observatios on the Strip/PC
« Reply #1929 on: September 19, 2023, 10:52:00 AM »
Tuesday Sept 19th, 2023

Ricky's restaurant, and the small little cafe/fruit and veggie place next door, had a fire today.

Ricky's restaurant is on Pedro Clisante a half block from Super Super liquor store and Banco Reservas.  I am not certain of the extent of damage to what is depicted in the photos, or if any other business nearby sustained damage?
« Last Edit: September 19, 2023, 10:56:06 AM by murano2010 »
Where you stand on the issue depends on where you sit.  The words enough, some, many , to whom it applies to, does not mean ALL of any people, places or things.  If you cant, dont or wont learn from friends, family or your peers, dont worry the locals will teach you, and you will learn the hard way.

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« Reply #1930 on: September 19, 2023, 01:18:26 PM »
Monday Sept 18th , 2023

Yesterday afternoon, chicas on Pedro Clisante in front of the VA clinic were fighting.  In the video I saw, one chick in the video was stabbing the other chick in the back ( and maybe her neck ).   It wasnt until I saw a still photo of both of them side by side, that I realized who one of the chicas was.   

She is the one in the green outfit, a Dominican chica named Caroline.  A chica with slim tight body, but also on drugs, probably coke.  Before the incident, I saw her parking her pasola in Bailees parking lot, then walk towards Bailees.  I noticed her green genie like outfit.  She looked like she was high then. 

So to hear about this incident is crazy.   

I have the video, but it wouldnt upload and send.  Maybe that is for the best.
Beautiful chicas high on coke stabbing one another ,yup things are getting worse !

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« Reply #1931 on: September 19, 2023, 05:37:31 PM »
Tuesday Sept 19th, 2023

Ricky's restaurant, and the small little cafe/fruit and veggie place next door, had a fire today.

Ricky's restaurant is on Pedro Clisante a half block from Super Super liquor store and Banco Reservas. I am not certain of the extent of damage to what is depicted in the photos, or if any other business nearby sustained damage?

Ricky's Pollo, the small Fruit Store,  and part of the Lotto ...

https://www.instagram.com/p/CxYHTQItJDT/?utm_source=ig_embed&utm_campaign=embed_video_watch_again
« Last Edit: September 19, 2023, 05:40:35 PM by Pussyrus1422 »

murano2010

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Re: Current Observatios on the Strip/PC
« Reply #1932 on: September 19, 2023, 06:00:52 PM »
Tuesday Sept 19th, 2023

Ricky's restaurant, and the small little cafe/fruit and veggie place next door, had a fire today.

Ricky's restaurant is on Pedro Clisante a half block from Super Super liquor store and Banco Reservas. I am not certain of the extent of damage to what is depicted in the photos, or if any other business nearby sustained damage?

Ricky's Pollo, the small Fruit Store,  and part of the Lotto ...

https://www.instagram.com/p/CxYHTQItJDT/?utm_source=ig_embed&utm_campaign=embed_video_watch_again
Thanks for that video.    That fire was intense. 
Where you stand on the issue depends on where you sit.  The words enough, some, many , to whom it applies to, does not mean ALL of any people, places or things.  If you cant, dont or wont learn from friends, family or your peers, dont worry the locals will teach you, and you will learn the hard way.

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« Reply #1933 on: September 19, 2023, 06:06:39 PM »
Pretty amazing that it did not take the entire block.  All of those buildings are pretty much tied together

murano2010

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Re: Current Observatios on the Strip/PC
« Reply #1934 on: September 19, 2023, 06:24:28 PM »
Tuesday Sept 19th, 2023

Ricky's restaurant, and the small little cafe/fruit and veggie place next door, had a fire today.

Ricky's restaurant is on Pedro Clisante a half block from Super Super liquor store and Banco Reservas. I am not certain of the extent of damage to what is depicted in the photos, or if any other business nearby sustained damage?

Ricky's Pollo, the small Fruit Store,  and part of the Lotto ...

https://www.instagram.com/p/CxYHTQItJDT/?utm_source=ig_embed&utm_campaign=embed_video_watch_again
Wasnt there another chicken spot between the lottery place and Rickys restaurant?    They sold chicken on a gril.  Whole, half and quarters.   
Where you stand on the issue depends on where you sit.  The words enough, some, many , to whom it applies to, does not mean ALL of any people, places or things.  If you cant, dont or wont learn from friends, family or your peers, dont worry the locals will teach you, and you will learn the hard way.

 







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