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“Its all in the mind..or is it?”

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#127 Oct 27, 2011
La salsa Puerto Riquena y la Venezolana son la mejor del mundo. Cuba hace tiempo que no saca buena salsa. lo siento pero es la verdad. Tu lo sabes Dave...
Goya2463

Flushing, NY

#128 Oct 27, 2011
Jairo wrote:
Hombre,los mejores somos los de Cali y los cubanos;los boricuas son unos peladitos en esto de la Salsa!
se ve que eres una loca por como tu sabes de lo peladitos se ve que tu lo has chupado ,,tanto que sabe no sabe nada sientate a oir al Gran Combo......Hector Lavoz.....Y al sonero Mayor si sabes de salsa...No hables estupidedes y respecta a los demas,no ofandas para que no te ofendan...
Dulce Maria

Bowling Green, KY

#129 Oct 27, 2011
Goya2463 wrote:
<quoted text> se ve que eres una loca por como tu sabes de lo peladitos se ve que tu lo has chupado ,,tanto que sabe no sabe nada sientate a oir al Gran Combo......Hector Lavoz.....Y al sonero Mayor si sabes de salsa...No hables estupidedes y respecta a los demas,no ofandas para que no te ofendan...
Tranquilo Jabao!Todavia les queda cargarnos los instrumento!Oye,tienes que pasar por mi portal a recojer la caca de 'Fifi'! Saludame al cachalote...Ciao!!!
LINA

Kingston, NY

#130 Feb 17, 2013
defiant1 wrote:
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hehehehe nos pudiera explicar eso de los 46 Bilones de dollares anuales que segun usted le saca USA a Puerto Rico ?
Por favor no se ponga a inventar y presente las pruebas!
METETE A YOUTUBE SO PENDEJO Y VE EL VIDEO DEL BORICUAZO LOS BORICUAS NO SON MANTENIDOS, AHI VAS A VER LA PRUEBA SO PENDEJO DE UNA DOCTORA DE ECONOMIA (PROFESORA) NO DE JUANA LA QUE PLANCHA!!!
Que Verguenza

Miami, FL

#131 Feb 18, 2013
LINA wrote:
<quoted text> METETE A YOUTUBE SO PENDEJO Y VE EL VIDEO DEL BORICUAZO LOS BORICUAS NO SON MANTENIDOS, AHI VAS A VER LA PRUEBA SO PENDEJO DE UNA DOCTORA DE ECONOMIA (PROFESORA) NO DE JUANA LA QUE PLANCHA!!!
Ud no tiene, pero NO TIENE ninguna idea de el dinero que la corrupcion de los cubanos aqui en miami le cuesta TODO los anos a los estados unidos y como te cuesta a ud y su famila que trabajan y pagan impuestos.

Si la MAFIA de NY eran los politicos aqui , roban MUCHO meno y hacen mas por la gente que la MAYORIA de cubanos politicos la "Miami Cuban junta".

"There’s no question however that since the arrival of Cuban exiles there has been a definite shift in the levels and degrees of corruption that has taken hold of the political culture in Miami, and it’s all created an exponential growth that can not be ignored or denied.

What’s been little discussed over the years is that when the migration of Cubans left the island after Castro seized power, many of the corrupt functionaries, government officials, police and military officers that contributed to the corruption of the Batista regime were part of the group that left Cuba and settled in Miami.

In the years that followed, much was made of those who landed in Miami with nothing and managed to succeed, but not so much was made of those who landed in Miami with suitcases full of hundred dollars bills, and the role, both economically and politically that they played in the creation of Miami’s Cuban exile community, or how their influence colored the direction and scope over time of current corruption in Miami.

What’s been little discussed over the years is that when the migration of Cubans left the island after Castro seized power, many of the corrupt functionaries, government officials, police and military officers that contributed to the corruption of the Batista regime were part of the group that left Cuba and settled in Miami."

http://www.thecrespogramreport.com/Site_10/TH...
Que Verguenza

Miami, FL

#132 Feb 18, 2013
"It’s impossible to minimize the impact that Cubans have had on the current levels of economic corruption when you consider that from the beginning they have been at the epicenter of Medicare fraud of not just Miami, but of America, where hundreds of millions, if not several billion dollars have been stolen over the years.

When ripping off the mortgage industry became the thing to do, it was Cuban exiles who were at the forefront of many of the schemes that used patsies like Miami Assistant Fire Chief Valdora Arthur as willing accomplices.

Almost every week for the last 15 years or so, nary a week goes by without a major announcement from the FBI and the Justice Department of some new, multi-count indictment against multiple defendants for Medicare, Medicaid, or mortgage fraud that include Cubans often being cited as the leaders of these gangs.

You would think that at some point they would have run out of Cubans to indict, but obviously the pool of Cubans willing to engage in these crimes surpasses the ability of the FBI to catch them all."

http://www.thecrespogramreport.com/Site_10/TH...
Mario Caban

Riverside, CA

#134 May 15, 2015
[QUOTE who="Jairo"mbre,los mejores somos los de Cali y los cubanos;los boricuas son unos peladitos en esto de la Salsa![/QUOTE]

Que ignorantes sois. Soy Espanol y Puerto Rico Puso la salsa en el mapa para el Mundo entero. Estudia la historia. Que de Colombia no fue. El Guaguanco, nacio en Cuba y La Salsa en Nueva York con puro Puertorriquenos
El Cacique

Bronx, NY

#135 May 16, 2015
Mario Caban wrote:
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Que ignorantes sois. Soy Espanol y Puerto Rico Puso la salsa en el mapa para el Mundo entero. Estudia la historia. Que de Colombia no fue. El Guaguanco, nacio en Cuba y La Salsa en Nueva York con puro Puertorriquenos
On point. However, in interest, of harmony in the forum. I believe Salsa is an international genre and many Afro- Latins have put their own spin on it. Colombia in particular.

But if it weren't for Fania in our time under the guidance of Jerry Masucci.... Salsa wouldn't be as big as it is today. He took it international...Yes..Most of the biggest players were PR who learned from the Cubans.(Such as Machito and his orchestra).... But, the musical genre belongs to all.

PR and Cubans are very similar in history. Due in no small part to Spanish rule, slave trade and the 1816 cedula de gracia proclamation.

We have much more in common with Cuba than we do with DR.
El Cacique

Bronx, NY

#136 May 16, 2015
It really is a complicated question where there is true no pat answer that can satisfy all. For it goes into our migratory history as a collective.

Both of our islands and the experience here the mainland and how it affected the evolution of our music here.

When my grandparents came here. There were as many Cubans here in sheer percentages out of the Latin population alone as much as there are Dominicans today.

Many of them moved out to Union, New Jersey.

I'm only talking percentages of the breakdown of Latin population alone by countries..Not the numbers out of all of NY city.

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