What do you think about Puerto Ricans ??

What do you think about Puerto Ricans ??

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Eat dis

Vestal, NY

#1 Dec 8, 2012
I wanna read about people thoughts and what they have to say about the Puerto Ricans?
Eat dis

Vestal, NY

#2 Dec 8, 2012
I hate the way they act in Walmart fooking ghetto
Hardworking

Jamestown, NY

#4 Dec 8, 2012
I heard there signs in Puerto Rico that tell them about chatauqua county ny where they can get welfare and live for free
some are better

Vestal, NY

#5 Dec 8, 2012
Some are better then others, just like anyone else. They get a bad wrap like pit bulls and it's not fair!
however....

Fredonia, NY

#6 Dec 8, 2012
some are better wrote:
Some are better then others, just like anyone else. They get a bad wrap like pit bulls and it's not fair!
.... ya can't put a PR to sleep like you can a pit bull!
Jack the Ripper

Vestal, NY

#7 Dec 8, 2012
Well the one here are lazy and act like their shit don't stinks
Eat dis

Vestal, NY

#8 Dec 8, 2012
Hardworking wrote:
I heard there signs in Puerto Rico that tell them about chatauqua county ny where they can get welfare and live for free
heard that to
juan

Jamestown, NY

#9 Dec 8, 2012
send then all back where they came from
PR for live

Jamestown, NY

#10 Dec 8, 2012
This posts is so racyiste an you think all whit peopel are so perfact. I for one have a job an mack good money. Dont judje everyone buy a sum .
however....

Fredonia, NY

#11 Dec 8, 2012
Eat dis

Vestal, NY

#12 Dec 8, 2012
PR for live wrote:
This posts is so racyiste an you think all whit peopel are so perfact. I for one have a job an mack good money. Dont judje everyone buy a sum .
STFU Puerto Ricans give all the Hispanics a bad name go back to San juan Puerto Rico
Eat dis

Vestal, NY

#13 Dec 8, 2012
[QUOTE who="however...."]ht tp://www.cnn.com/2012/11/07/po litics/election-puerto-rico/in dex.html [/QUOTE] this is a hot ass mess
however....

Fredonia, NY

#14 Dec 8, 2012
PR for live wrote:
This posts is so racyiste an you think all whit peopel are so perfact. I for one have a job an mack good money. Dont judje everyone buy a sum .
Wow Spanglish at it's finest!!!!!!!!!!
Spellcheck

United States

#15 Dec 8, 2012
Please take your free time to learn the English language and how to spell.. However, Puerto Rico is part of the United States so to everyone who says,"send them back where they came from" or "deport them", they have a right to be here as much as whites and blacks do.. But when my family came to America, my grandparents were forced to learn English and break their backs to support the family- nothing was handed to them for free.. Now EVERYONE has this sense of entitlement.. It is NOT just the Puerto Ricans. I've walked past the welfare waiting room when its packed and it's never full of PRs.. It's generally a mix of races and most of them look able bodied but too lazy to work.... The only thing latinos do that piss me off is speak Spanish when it's convenient for them...
you asked

Waltham, MA

#17 Dec 8, 2012
The English speaking, working man/woman,good for you. The others yuck fou...
Eat dis

Vestal, NY

#18 Dec 9, 2012
Spellcheck huh? Learn how to read and write in properly in English azzhole . Who talking about DSS not or anyone else on this thread! How you so called part of the USA and don't kno no English ?? Please answer the question
Eat dis

Vestal, NY

#19 Dec 9, 2012
Eat dis wrote:
Spellcheck huh? Learn how to read and write in properly in English azzhole . Who talking about DSS not or anyone else on this thread! How you so called part of the USA and don't kno no English ?? Please answer the question
Im not teacher or not a student , I just hate the way they act they give us Hispanics a bad name when #just saying
Ross

Lakewood, NY

#20 Dec 9, 2012
Eat dis wrote:
What do you think about Puerto Ricans ??
The population of Puerto Rico has been shaped by Amerindian settlement, European colonization, slavery, economic migration, and Puerto Rico's status as unincorporated territory of the United States.

The United States Census Bureau estimates that the population of Puerto Rico was 3,706,690 on July 1, 2011, a 0.51% decrease since the 2010 United States Census.

Continuous European immigration during the 19th century helped the population grow from 155,000 in 1800 to almost a million at the close of the century. A census conducted by royal decree on September 30, 1858 gives the following totals of the Puerto Rican population at this time: 341,015 as Free colored; 300,430 identified as Whites; and 41,736 were slaves.

During the 19th century hundreds of Corsican, French, Lebanese, Chinese, and Portuguese families arrived in Puerto Rico, along with large numbers of immigrants from Spain (mainly from Catalonia, Asturias, Galicia, the Balearic Islands, Andalusia, and the Canary Islands) and numerous Spanish loyalists from Spain's former colonies in South America. Other settlers included Irish, Scots, Germans, Italians and thousands others who were granted land by Spain during the Real Cedula de Gracias de 1815 ("Royal Decree of Graces of 1815"), which allowed European Catholics to settle in the island with land allotments in the interior of the island, provided they agreed to pay taxes and continue to support the Catholic Church.

Between 1960 and 1990 the census questionnaire in Puerto Rico did not ask about race or color. However, the 2000 United States Census included a racial self-identification question in Puerto Rico. According to the census, most Puerto Ricans self-identified as White and few declared themselves to be Black or some other race.[148] A recent study conducted in Puerto Rico suggests that around 52.6% of the population possess Amerindian mtDNA.

Puerto Rico has recently become the permanent home of over 100,000 legal residents who immigrated from not only the Dominican Republic, but from other Latin American countries. These include Cuba, Colombia, and Venezuela, as well as surrounding Caribbean islands, Haiti, Barbados, and the U.S. Virgin Islands among them.

Emigration is a major part of contemporary Puerto Rican history. Starting soon after World War II, poverty, cheap airfare, and promotion by the island government caused waves of Puerto Ricans to move to the United States, particularly to New York, New Jersey, Massachusetts, and Florida. This trend continued even as Puerto Rico's economy improved and its birth rate declined, and Puerto Ricans continue to follow a pattern of "circular migration".

The most populous city is the capital, San Juan, with approximately 395,326 people. Other major cities include Bayamón, Carolina, Ponce, and Caguas. Of the ten most populous cities on the island, eight are located within what is considered San Juan's metropolitan area, while the other two are located in the south (Ponce) and west (Mayagüez) of the island.
Port

United States

#21 Dec 9, 2012
Ross wrote:
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The population of Puerto Rico has been shaped by Amerindian settlement, European colonization, slavery, economic migration, and Puerto Rico's status as unincorporated territory of the United States.
The United States Census Bureau estimates that the population of Puerto Rico was 3,706,690 on July 1, 2011, a 0.51% decrease since the 2010 United States Census.
Continuous European immigration during the 19th century helped the population grow from 155,000 in 1800 to almost a million at the close of the century. A census conducted by royal decree on September 30, 1858 gives the following totals of the Puerto Rican population at this time: 341,015 as Free colored; 300,430 identified as Whites; and 41,736 were slaves.
During the 19th century hundreds of Corsican, French, Lebanese, Chinese, and Portuguese families arrived in Puerto Rico, along with large numbers of immigrants from Spain (mainly from Catalonia, Asturias, Galicia, the Balearic Islands, Andalusia, and the Canary Islands) and numerous Spanish loyalists from Spain's former colonies in South America. Other settlers included Irish, Scots, Germans, Italians and thousands others who were granted land by Spain during the Real Cedula de Gracias de 1815 ("Royal Decree of Graces of 1815"), which allowed European Catholics to settle in the island with land allotments in the interior of the island, provided they agreed to pay taxes and continue to support the Catholic Church.
Between 1960 and 1990 the census questionnaire in Puerto Rico did not ask about race or color. However, the 2000 United States Census included a racial self-identification question in Puerto Rico. According to the census, most Puerto Ricans self-identified as White and few declared themselves to be Black or some other race.[148] A recent study conducted in Puerto Rico suggests that around 52.6% of the population possess Amerindian mtDNA.
Puerto Rico has recently become the permanent home of over 100,000 legal residents who immigrated from not only the Dominican Republic, but from other Latin American countries. These include Cuba, Colombia, and Venezuela, as well as surrounding Caribbean islands, Haiti, Barbados, and the U.S. Virgin Islands among them.
Emigration is a major part of contemporary Puerto Rican history. Starting soon after World War II, poverty, cheap airfare, and promotion by the island government caused waves of Puerto Ricans to move to the United States, particularly to New York, New Jersey, Massachusetts, and Florida. This trend continued even as Puerto Rico's economy improved and its birth rate declined, and Puerto Ricans continue to follow a pattern of "circular migration".
The most populous city is the capital, San Juan, with approximately 395,326 people. Other major cities include Bayamón, Carolina, Ponce, and Caguas. Of the ten most populous cities on the island, eight are located within what is considered San Juan's metropolitan area, while the other two are located in the south (Ponce) and west (Mayagüez) of the island.
nice book
Wow WTF wrong with u peop

Vestal, NY

#22 Dec 9, 2012
To say all PR's are lazy or stupid is like saying all black men have big dicks !!!!! They are no different than anyone else on the planet have slobs & crooks like the rest of us .. I firmly believe most of them would gladly work if u would give them a chance. PS I'm white and about 45

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