Tourists being harassed in Arecibo......

Tourists being harassed in Arecibo......A damn shame!

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TPMP

New York, NY

#1 Nov 14, 2012
The department of Tourism had been finally making inroads (for the last 10-15 years or so) to get some tourists to explore outside of San Juan and see the riches our beloved island trully has too offer.

Now, some have to contend with this crap.

http://www.vocero.com/alertan-sobre-actividad...
Jorge

San Juan, Puerto Rico

#2 Nov 14, 2012
TPMP wrote:
The department of Tourism had been finally making inroads (for the last 10-15 years or so) to get some tourists to explore outside of San Juan and see the riches our beloved island trully has too offer.
Now, some have to contend with this crap.
http://www.vocero.com/alertan-sobre-actividad...
Please in your criticism include the ways the Bronx deals with this type of problem.

It will be an eyeopener for those of us not familiar with your same problem.
TRUTH IS RELATIVE

Reading, PA

#3 Nov 14, 2012
TPMP wrote:
The department of Tourism had been finally making inroads (for the last 10-15 years or so) to get some tourists to explore outside of San Juan and see the riches our beloved island trully has too offer.
Now, some have to contend with this crap.
http://www.vocero.com/alertan-sobre-actividad...
La Cueva Ventana was one of those places in PR on my bucket list. I guess I will not be visiting until this problem is resolved.
Jorge

San Juan, Puerto Rico

#4 Nov 14, 2012
TRUTH IS RELATIVE wrote:
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La Cueva Ventana was one of those places in PR on my bucket list. I guess I will not be visiting until this problem is resolved.
Just take the necessary precautions and use your wisdom as you do in any state.

Why would you refrain from enjoying one of the world's natural wonders to a few "pillines", if you haven't quit visiting Manhattan after 9/11 (which was far worse)?
TPMP

United States

#5 Nov 14, 2012
Jorge wrote:
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Please in your criticism include the ways the Bronx deals with this type of problem.
It will be an eyeopener for those of us not familiar with your same problem.
What same problem?, I wouldn't have the faintest idea, Jorge.

I once had a car stolen from Downtown Manhattan. 76th and York to be exact. A place one would normally think of as safe.

What is safe?.....

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But, i have not had to contend with this issue in the Bronx.

NYPD is doing a great job. In fact, NY is one of the safest big cities in the country.
Jorge

San Juan, Puerto Rico

#6 Nov 14, 2012
TPMP wrote:
<quoted text> What same problem?, I wouldn't have the faintest idea, Jorge.
Boy, are you ever detached from your own borough's criminal problems; but are so willing to post about Puerto Rico's ones.
Jorge

San Juan, Puerto Rico

#7 Nov 14, 2012
TPMP wrote:
<quoted text> What same problem?, I wouldn't have the faintest idea, Jorge.
I once had a car stolen from Downtown Manhattan. 76th and York to be exact. A place one would normally think of as safe.
What is safe?.....
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But, i have not had to contend with this issue in the Bronx.
NYPD is doing a great job. In fact, NY is one of the safest big cities in the country.
Apparently NYPD didn't do such a "great job" in keeping your car safe; but if you're content with the way the police handles the city's criminal activity (who am I to burst your own "sense of safety" bubble?).
TRUTH IS RELATIVE

Reading, PA

#8 Nov 14, 2012
Jorge wrote:
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Apparently NYPD didn't do such a "great job" in keeping your car safe; but if you're content with the way the police handles the city's criminal activity (who am I to burst your own "sense of safety" bubble?).
And based on its sordid history, should we trust the Puerto Rico police?
TPMP

United States

#9 Nov 14, 2012
Jorge wrote:
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Boy, are you ever detached from your own borough's criminal problems; but are so willing to post about Puerto Rico's ones.
My own boroughs criminal problems?. I happen to reside in a safe community.

Not my issue.

I worry about me and my own loved ones. That is my sole concern.
Jorge

San Juan, Puerto Rico

#10 Nov 14, 2012
TRUTH IS RELATIVE wrote:
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And based on its sordid history, should we trust the Puerto Rico police?
As I have always posted, if you feel unsafe in our islands and safer in New York, you know what to do.
Jorge

San Juan, Puerto Rico

#11 Nov 14, 2012
TPMP wrote:
<quoted text> My own boroughs criminal problems?. I happen to reside in a safe community.
Not my issue.
I worry about me and my own loved ones. That is my sole concern.
TIR will call you "standing in the sidelines".
TRUTH IS RELATIVE

Reading, PA

#12 Nov 14, 2012
Jorge wrote:
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As I have always posted, if you feel unsafe in our islands and safer in New York, you know what to do.
I know what you need to do.
TRUTH IS RELATIVE

Reading, PA

#13 Nov 14, 2012
Jorge wrote:
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TIR will call you "standing in the sidelines".
That applies only to you--for I did not appoint you as my spokesman. Speak for yourself.
Jorge

San Juan, Puerto Rico

#14 Nov 14, 2012
TRUTH IS RELATIVE wrote:
<quoted text> Speak for yourself.
Which is exactly what I did using your own quotes.
TRUTH IS RELATIVE

Reading, PA

#16 Nov 14, 2012
Jorge wrote:
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Which is exactly what I did using your own quotes.
What you did was take my "quotes" out of context.
Jorge

San Juan, Puerto Rico

#17 Nov 14, 2012
TRUTH IS RELATIVE wrote:
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What you did was take my "quotes" out of context.
Out of your "contexts" and used them in MY contexts.

LOL
TRUTH IS RELATIVE

Reading, PA

#18 Nov 14, 2012
Jorge wrote:
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Out of your "contexts" and used them in MY contexts.
LOL
Whatever, I'm done with this nonsense. Take your frustrations elsewhere.
Jorge

San Juan, Puerto Rico

#19 Nov 14, 2012
TRUTH IS RELATIVE wrote:
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Whatever, I'm done with this nonsense. Take your frustrations elsewhere.
You'll be back posting more negative articles about Puerto Rico.

Since: Oct 12

Marlboro, NJ

#20 Nov 14, 2012
Jorge is everything alright?

I don't see posting this as a 'negative' article but rather as something to inform and alert. Crime occurs everywhere ... especially in our national and state parks with their vast open areas and limited law enforcement presence.
TPMP

United States

#22 Nov 14, 2012
We post a lot about Puerto Rico. It is the PR forum, after all.

Many of us love the island.

Christ....We are here every day

I just don't understand Jorge, at times.

I have seen him get into these moods.

Just let him be. He'll snap back.

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