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Old 08-21-2014, 05:36 PM
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Originally Posted by jay_jay26 View Post
Excuse sir or madam, but that's one of the many reason of why I moved from that crappy island I lived most of my life. The same thing for my hubby.

The Yunque is soooooooooooooooooo overrated. Period.

Rio Abajo might be smaller, but I liked it better.

Most Puerto Ricans aren't that proud of PR; only if we have another Miss Universe b i t c h or another brainless boxing champion the get all "nationalist". Most of them would rather watch the NBA, MLB, the NFL, or anything that airs on MTV. Puerto Rican TV is so crappy.

Puerto Rico is the home of the worst music in the world: REGGAETON!!!!!
I ****ing hate that awful thing. Is not even music!
:h amd:

There are tons of other things I love about my island; beaches, countryside, mountains, tipical music, food, my family, universities, etc. But the things mentioned before? No. Sorry.
PARADISE is within you.......

Calling Miss Universe a ***** is not very niece. Miss Universe contestants are usually well-educated, and have had excellent upbringings .........
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Old 08-21-2014, 06:09 PM
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Puerto Rico needs change. Change comes from within. If the majority of Puertorrequeños who want better schools, jobs, government and an overall improvement in their quality of life, leave la isla. Who is left behind… and what will they accomplish. Change comes from within.
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Old 08-23-2014, 01:25 PM
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Puerto Rico is a great place to visit and enjoy on vacation.

Living there? Not so much especially with what's going on right now. If you like living on the beach 24/7 and that is your passion it's great. if not, you're screwed.

I can't wait to get outta here.
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Old 08-23-2014, 09:46 PM
Location: Macao
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I'm interested in Puerto Rico, but I mostly hear negative things. It's hard to say it's overrated, if no one is talking positively about it.
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