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Man beaten in Miami for NOT speaking Spanish

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Fidel

Miami, FL

#1 Mar 7, 2013
As a Cuban AMERICAN, I pray this pile of Miami human sewage waste ROTS FOR LIFE in prison but I know nothing much will come of this.

What disgusting separatist arrogance I have seen here.

"According to police, Alba described what led to the beating.“The guy was talking and saying things to me in English I didn’t understand. He went to get up and I grabbed his cane and hit him a few times with it.”

http://miami.cbslocal.com/2013/03/07/homeless...

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#2 Mar 7, 2013
What? That is insane poor guy. I don't know what the hell was that man's problem we do live in the U.S. after all.
Jose

Miami, FL

#3 Mar 7, 2013
mysterysilence wrote:
What? That is insane poor guy. I don't know what the hell was that man's problem we do live in the U.S. after all.
In theory we do but MI-AMI, MY-AMI is not actually part of USA
If this had been an Anglo man who beat a Cuban for not speaking English, It would be a hate crime and he would rot in jail , nothing much will happen to this guy and will be amazed if he even gets a month .

There is a Miami arrogance here which you will never see in any other Hispanic community.

Since: Dec 12

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#4 Mar 7, 2013
I never knew that, thanks for the info. I live in CT been to Florida once but only to kissimee and Orlando. I had no idea Miami was like that I have always wanted to visit.
Jose

Miami, FL

#5 Mar 7, 2013
mysterysilence wrote:
I never knew that, thanks for the info. I live in CT been to Florida once but only to kissimee and Orlando. I had no idea Miami was like that I have always wanted to visit.
Miami has plenty of good points but I can not stand the Cuban arrogance here and their self defeating ethnic voting which has for the most part pumped out an assembly line of corrupt Miami Cuban politicos.

I was born in Cuba but it ends right there , Italians like TPMP and I we do our own thing and not tied down by labels.

The people I call 'Miami' Cubans rub me the wrong way.

I am from Bayside but love CT , the cold is my enemy. One thing is winter when it gets dark early but temp is in 60s/70s and another is that long cold gloomy winter.
Jose

Miami, FL

#6 Mar 7, 2013
mysterysilence wrote:
What? That is insane poor guy. I don't know what the hell was that man's problem we do live in the U.S. after all.
I have yet to see a SINGLE so called tough guy 'Miami" Cuban even raise their voice outside of Cuban run Miami.

Biggest punks I have ever met.
Jorge

San Juan, Puerto Rico

#7 Mar 7, 2013
Fidel wrote:
As a Cuban AMERICAN, I pray this pile of Miami human sewage waste ROTS FOR LIFE in prison but I know nothing much will come of this.
What disgusting separatist arrogance I have seen here.
"According to police, Alba described what led to the beating.“The guy was talking and saying things to me in English I didn’t understand. He went to get up and I grabbed his cane and hit him a few times with it.”
http://miami.cbslocal.com/2013/03/07/homeless...
I was confronted in Miami (by local Anglos) for wearing a T-shirt which read "I don't speak English only" (the name of a play I went while in college in New England, which I bought their t-shirt. It was a play from a college theater group in the University of New Mexico).

So, those tensions cut both ways.

Miami is a very dangerous city (for many things).
Jorge

San Juan, Puerto Rico

#8 Mar 7, 2013
mysterysilence wrote:
I never knew that, thanks for the info. I live in CT been to Florida once but only to kissimee and Orlando. I had no idea Miami was like that I have always wanted to visit.
Miami is the New York City of Florida and Floridians avoid it, if they can.
Jorge

San Juan, Puerto Rico

#9 Mar 7, 2013
Jose wrote:
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Miami has plenty of good points but I can not stand the Cuban arrogance here and their self defeating ethnic voting which has for the most part pumped out an assembly line of corrupt Miami Cuban politicos.
I was born in Cuba but it ends right there , Italians like TPMP and I we do our own thing and not tied down by labels.
The people I call 'Miami' Cubans rub me the wrong way.
I am from Bayside but love CT , the cold is my enemy. One thing is winter when it gets dark early but temp is in 60s/70s and another is that long cold gloomy winter.
Hey, man..I've never had any problems with Miami Cubans and tons of problems with Miami Anglos and Venezuelans (who will run you over with their car, if you happen to be in their way with no regard for human life).

What is the attitude of some Miami Venezuelans?

Some, not all, think that the fact they were able to arrive with a couple of dollars (much unlike most of the Cuban immigration), that Miami owes them something.
Jorge

San Juan, Puerto Rico

#10 Mar 7, 2013
Jose wrote:
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I have yet to see a SINGLE so called tough guy 'Miami" Cuban even raise their voice outside of Cuban run Miami.
Biggest punks I have ever met.
Pues, vente acá a Puerto Rico a boconearle a un Cuban/Puerto Rican, que te deja sin dientes.

Cuban/Puerto Ricans are the most short fused people I've ever met.

No son muchos, pues casi todo el exilio cubano que había cuando yo era chiquito se ha ido a Florida; pero parece que los que quedaron, se han tenido que ganar su espacio a pescozá limpia and they always wear this huge "LOG" on their shoulder, que el que se las toque les dan la gaznatá y luego preguntan.

Si no me crees, pregúntale a Romero Barceló....LOL (que se puso a boconearle a un banquero cubano local y, aunque al banquero le costó un cojonal de chavos, se dio el gusto de darle las dos o tres bofetás que muchos puertorriqueños estaban locos por darle a Romero hacía tiempo)....LOL

Me acuerdo que Papi fue uno que me dijo, "...coño, que envidia le tengo al cubano ese...."LOL
Jorge

San Juan, Puerto Rico

#11 Mar 7, 2013
mysterysilence wrote:
I never knew that, thanks for the info. I live in CT been to Florida once but only to kissimee and Orlando. I had no idea Miami was like that I have always wanted to visit.
En España hay un dicho-"...cada cual habla de la feria según le fue en ella..."

Hey, we should start a thread on Puerto Rican phrases (tons of wisdom in some of those little phrases still in use).

Ever hear the one-"...de acuerdo al cristal conque se mire..."

Since: Dec 12

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#12 Mar 7, 2013
That's crazy, I still will like to go because I'm sure Miami has some good areas. I heard so much about the beaches and how beautiful they are and the club scene people here stay bragging about it, although I'm not that into clubs it'll be nice. I'll bring Jorge as my body guard if anything lmao.

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#13 Mar 7, 2013
Jose wrote:
<quoted text>
Miami has plenty of good points but I can not stand the Cuban arrogance here and their self defeating ethnic voting which has for the most part pumped out an assembly line of corrupt Miami Cuban politicos.
I was born in Cuba but it ends right there , Italians like TPMP and I we do our own thing and not tied down by labels.
The people I call 'Miami' Cubans rub me the wrong way.
I am from Bayside but love CT , the cold is my enemy. One thing is winter when it gets dark early but temp is in 60s/70s and another is that long cold gloomy winter.
You know a lot of Cubans that have posted here have said the samething about Miami. Yeah CT is really cold in the winter it is snowing as we speak. New York has nothing on Connecticut when it comes to the bitter cold. I don't know how I put up with it I'm like towards the end of CT nothing but water and trees I call it the "goonies" LOL

Since: Dec 12

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#14 Mar 7, 2013
Jorge wrote:
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Pues, vente acá a Puerto Rico a boconearle a un Cuban/Puerto Rican, que te deja sin dientes.
Cuban/Puerto Ricans are the most short fused people I've ever met.
No son muchos, pues casi todo el exilio cubano que había cuando yo era chiquito se ha ido a Florida; pero parece que los que quedaron, se han tenido que ganar su espacio a pescozá limpia and they always wear this huge "LOG" on their shoulder, que el que se las toque les dan la gaznatá y luego preguntan.
Si no me crees, pregúntale a Romero Barceló....LOL (que se puso a boconearle a un banquero cubano local y, aunque al banquero le costó un cojonal de chavos, se dio el gusto de darle las dos o tres bofetás que muchos puertorriqueños estaban locos por darle a Romero hacía tiempo)....LOL
Me acuerdo que Papi fue uno que me dijo, "...coño, que envidia le tengo al cubano ese...."LOL
That was hilarious hahaha. I find even the classiest Puerto Ricans have a temper I think is in our blood. The quiet ones you always have to watch for "quiet storms" I call them.

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#15 Mar 7, 2013
Jorge wrote:
<quoted text>
En España hay un dicho-"...cada cual habla de la feria según le fue en ella..."
Hey, we should start a thread on Puerto Rican phrases (tons of wisdom in some of those little phrases still in use).
Ever hear the one-"...de acuerdo al cristal conque se mire..."
You should start a thread on that it'll be fun, plus I don't know too many Puerto Rican phrases.
Jorge

San Juan, Puerto Rico

#16 Mar 8, 2013
mysterysilence wrote:
<quoted text> That was hilarious hahaha. I find even the classiest Puerto Ricans have a temper I think is in our blood. The quiet ones you always have to watch for "quiet storms" I call them.
That's the term-you nailed it...

"quiet storms".

My mom always used to say that one thing that distinguishes us, Puerto Ricans from any other in Latin America is that we hate to argue (and if we decide to argue is because the matter's not THAT important) but once we stop arguing-watch out!

and if we decided not to argue-WATCH OUT!

...for "el bimbazo" viene porque viene...LOL

You nailed it-we are (as a people) "quiet little storms".

I think its the indigenous (Taíno) genes (mixed with the africano ones)...

WOW!

What a nuclear mix!
Jorge

San Juan, Puerto Rico

#17 Mar 8, 2013
mysterysilence wrote:
<quoted text> You should start a thread on that it'll be fun, plus I don't know too many Puerto Rican phrases.
Tomorrow, I will.

In fact, my family sent me to Spain (for college, when I was in my teens) and I was amazed at how many of our phrases have their roots there.

Others have their roots in our countryside folklore and still others, in our African folklore (our coasts).

Since: Dec 12

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#18 Mar 8, 2013
Jorge wrote:
<quoted text>
That's the term-you nailed it...
"quiet storms".
My mom always used to say that one thing that distinguishes us, Puerto Ricans from any other in Latin America is that we hate to argue (and if we decide to argue is because the matter's not THAT important) but once we stop arguing-watch out!
and if we decided not to argue-WATCH OUT!
...for "el bimbazo" viene porque viene...LOL
You nailed it-we are (as a people) "quiet little storms".
I think its the indigenous (Taíno) genes (mixed with the africano ones)...
WOW!
What a nuclear mix!
So true, I seen one dude arguing with a Puerto rican he kept running his mouth and the Puerto Rican guy did not say two words to the guy he hit him with a right and it was over Lmao. Oh don't forget the tiny ones they throw down with anyone if they have too. I have a wild friend thats always running his mouth and I said to him you better watch that guy is quiet probably plotting on how he's going to hand you that ass whooping LOL.
Gitano

Miami, FL

#19 Mar 8, 2013
Jorge wrote:
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Miami is the New York City of Florida and Floridians avoid it, if they can.
No ,ahora estas hablando del problema tuyo con NY, porque NY no es nada como Miami.

Mucho mas crimen en miami y es una 'ciudad' de politicos inepto y corrupto y un dept de policia que en NY estan la mayoria sin trabajo ,si no en la cárcel.

"Miami Named Second Worst-Run City in America; Hialeah Fifth"

Congratulations, Miami-Dade! You're home to two of the five worst-run cities in the country.

http://blogs.miaminewtimes.com/riptide/2013/0...

actual link - http://247wallst.com/2013/01/15/the-best-and-...

Por los politicos cubanos y la policia cubana Miami siempre esta en una lista de los 5 o los 10 peor.

En una mano tu puedes contar todo los venezolanos en hialeah. Seguro que muchos manejan terrible pero nada como los miami cubanos.
Yo vivo en doral y me caen bastante bien los venezolanos y no tengo ningun problema con ellos.

"Hialeah And Miami Make Allstate's 10 Worst Drivers List"

Anyone who has driven through the roads and highways of Miami-Dade knows that it’s not a cakewalk, in fact, it’s far from that. The "Allstate America's Best Drivers Report", released Tuesday, has confirmed this: two cities in the 305 made the bottom 10 on the list.

Hialeah drivers are the fourth worst in the country, according to Allstate, and Miami drivers are ninth. Guess our locally beloved "three cars can turn left on a red" rule isn't earning us any bonus points.

http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2012/08/29/hial...
Gitano

Miami, FL

#20 Mar 8, 2013
mysterysilence wrote:
<quoted text> You know a lot of Cubans that have posted here have said the samething about Miami. Yeah CT is really cold in the winter it is snowing as we speak. New York has nothing on Connecticut when it comes to the bitter cold. I don't know how I put up with it I'm like towards the end of CT nothing but water and trees I call it the "goonies" LOL
"You know a lot of Cubans that have posted here have said the samething about Miami"

When you are Cuban but have lived outside of Miami it is very difficult to get used to what we call Miami Cubans.

I have 3 sisters all married to non Cubans, granted they were born in NY but they would never come here.

The weather can't be beat and I prefer Miami over further north in the state because plenty of things open 24/7.
I just went to the gym and stopped at Walmart for some shopping and you do not find that further north but my choice is Key west as lots of progressives Anglos and in truth those are the people I grew up with and prefer.

Doral, Miami is next best thing for now.

"I don't know how I put up with it I'm like towards the end of CT nothing but water and trees I call it the "goonies" LOL "

CT is beautiful and spring and summer there can't be beat but again winter bites. I like the people there.

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