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Old 09-07-2016, 07:07 AM
 
Location: Metro Detroit
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Weirdos!! Everyone that wrote back EXCEPT Doggiematic is BEYOND IMMATURE. MY BEST FRIEND IS MEXICAN AND HE'S SITTING RIGHT HERE LAUGHING AT HOW LAME YOU ARE!! I'M NO BIGGOT. BUT U ALL MUST LIVE IN SHOE BOXES. POLITICALLY INCORRECT OR NOT U ALL CAN KISS MY SO CAL BLOND ASS!
Pro tip: Typing in all caps while calling reasonable people immature because they didn't reinforce your preconceptions paints one in a very poor light.

Aaaand because I love you, here's a translation, just for you, Lauramcil:
Cuando una persona escribe en mayusculas y llama a otra gente inmadura por estar en desacuerdo, se ven mal
But because I'm personally not a bigot, I'm cool with you typing in caps while simultaneously littering your post with grammatical and spelling errors. You're absolutely welcome to continue to do so. Just don't expect me to take you too seriously. As for Washington, it's about 90% Non-Hispanic Whites, so if that's the single quality in which you judge a town I think you'll like it. It does tend to be a bit more LDS than the larger cities in Utah, but you'll find other Christian churches, I'm sure. That being said, if you struggle with Hispanic cultural differences, I imagine you'll struggle with Mormon cultural differences. Sometimes the problem is within ourselves, not with those around us.

Would you like a Spanish translation?
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Old 09-30-2016, 09:18 PM
 
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I was standing in line at Costa Vida the other day and noticed that not only were all the people in line white but all the people behind the counter were white as well. That's not something you would typically see in the Phoenix area, which is where I'm from.
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Old 10-01-2016, 05:03 PM
 
Location: Las Vegas, NV
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I was standing in line at Costa Vida the other day and noticed that not only were all the people in line white but all the people behind the counter were white as well. That's not something you would typically see in the Phoenix area, which is where I'm from.
It is interesting admittedly. St. George is white and hispanic. That's it. All others are a petite minority.
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Old 10-13-2016, 04:20 AM
 
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I was standing in line at Costa Vida the other day and noticed that not only were all the people in line white but all the people behind the counter were white as well. That's not something you would typically see in the Phoenix area, which is where I'm from.
One of the last few places like it
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Old 01-06-2017, 03:07 PM
 
Location: Somewhere in the Southwest...
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I was standing in line at Costa Vida the other day and noticed that not only were all the people in line white but all the people behind the counter were white as well. That's not something you would typically see in the Phoenix area, which is where I'm from.
That's great as long as tweakers aren't an issue...

I sincerely hope LEOs there have a -0- tolerance on illicit drug use, especially Meth!, St. George is at the top of the list of my places to relocate once I establish my new business.

Happy 2017!
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Old 01-09-2017, 07:22 PM
 
Location: Las Vegas area
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I sincerely hope LEOs there have a -0- tolerance on illicit drug use, especially Meth!, St. George is at the top of the list of my places to relocate once I establish my new business.
Even though it's pretty damn pervasive in SW Utah, LE still takes illicit drugs pretty seriously, thanks to the conservative culture. There's *relatively* low crime, so LE has more opportunity to proactively police & focus on narcotics & other quality of life issues.

There are some major marijuana grow operations in Northern Washington County & Iron County that are run by mexican cartels & have illegal immigrants tending to them, and I-15 thru Washington County is considered a major narcotic transportation pipeline between the Los Angeles area & the Northern US.
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Old 02-07-2017, 12:19 AM
 
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I'M NO BIGGOT.
What is a 'BIGGOT' ?
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