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#55 - Picture  [+] (2 replies) 12/06/2016 on Shake it +11
#72 - breakalego (12/07/2016) [-]
What's the name of that game?
#93 - anon (12/07/2016) [-]
Babysitting mama
#13 - Allright, I revoke my statement then. My sincerest ap…  [+] (2 replies) 12/05/2016 on Guilt By Association +11
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#107 - rockamekishiko (12/06/2016) [-]
I mean, why the fuck else would people risk their lives on a raft if it is so nice or at least comfortable there?
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#53 - nanananapotato (12/06/2016) [-]
Honestly don't worry about it, I think I came off a lot stronger than I intended to.. As long as you learn something new it's totally cool. Just wanted to shed light as someone who is daughter of a cuban-american that feels strongly for not only his original country but for the country that allowed him to prosper and become the person he is today.
#34 - Really ripped us off  [+] (1 reply) 12/05/2016 on crab rips off its own arm 0
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#35 - classybot (12/05/2016) [-]
He really gave me a hand.

I am done.
#33 - He really handed that to us  [+] (2 replies) 12/05/2016 on crab rips off its own arm 0
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#34 - classybot (12/05/2016) [-]
Really ripped us off
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#35 - classybot (12/05/2016) [-]
He really gave me a hand.

I am done.
#9 - To add to this, now that he is gone the younger generations mi…  [+] (11 replies) 12/05/2016 on Guilt By Association +4
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#10 - nanananapotato (12/05/2016) [-]
As a first generation Cuban born in the US you are dead wrong, he was a terrible dictator who took away everything from my family in Cuba. The first and second wave cubans are jumping for joy, my father (a first wave cuban who left a few years after the dictator rule began) started crying on the day he died. Where I live thousands of cubans went outside cuban restaurants and started cheering. He never liberated the cubans, he created a false sense of safety and then begun destroying and oppressing them once again, there is almost no joy living there. It is illegal to kill animals so you can eat and nothing you own is actually yours, hopefully the rule after him will be much peaceful but any Cuban that ever enjoyed living there either doesn't know a life other than that or were brainwashed by the schools there who basically teach Cubans to hate America (many first hand experiences of recent cubans who immigrated here telling me how the school system worked)

Sorry for the wordy response but I felt disgusted (not of you but just any shred of belief that cubans enjoyed living under his rule) that someone thought that and wanted to clarify the cubans thought process of castros rule, especially first waves.

This is also enforced by the fact that every single first wave cuban (basically they after castros rule, when it went from prosperity to a sharp decline of communism rule) are conservative as FUCK and will shit on any picture of a democratic president, theyre the most 'republican' of any latin block.
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#39 - knarlyfish (12/06/2016) [-]
Thanks for sharing. I've always thought that Castro's rule was just like Batista's with a socialist hat. Sure he murdered less, but Cuba just went from one extreme authoritarian government to another. At least Cuba has a good medical system.
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#57 - nanananapotato (12/06/2016) [-]
It's actually not that great... I don't know where that myth stems from but it's quite a terrible lie. The healthcare in Cuba is terrible not only because it's a socialist type of healthcare where you can't even pick your doctors and similar to Canada the wait lines are INSANE if you want ANYTHING done but also there is next to no medicine in there. Because of the government rule companies that produce things like aspirin, cold medicine, or any of the sorts don't sell anything there. I do not talk to much of my family in Cuba (despite having a lot) but the people I do know who send care packages to Cuba often send medicine as well. The living conditions there are quite terrible.
TL;DR-Think of Cuba as the worst Mexico in terms of bringing money and items back.

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#63 - nanananapotato (12/06/2016) [-]
Wait to edit my post, the healthcare is bad but it's not the worst either. Sorry English is not my native language so I keep coming off harsher than I intend to :< but it is true that medicine is sent to cuba often.
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#67 - knarlyfish (12/06/2016) [-]
I'm sorry to hear that. I want the best for Cuba and it's unfortunate that I've been misinformed. Is there anything positive about Cuba you could share? I've heard many negatives from this site, but there must be some good points.
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#73 - nanananapotato (12/06/2016) [-]
I think just the general family aspect that's traditionally included in Hispanic culture. Always getting together with your family every weekend, having a good time, it's really awesome and just a great vibe.
Cubans are really loud, probably the loudest out of all the latins just in general too, when they talk they progressively get louder and louder until they start screaming and it's great.
Their food is also the best.. Just try to go to any homemade style Cuban restuarant and order ropa vieja (directly translated as old clothes but its basically shredded pork) or chicharron (pork rinds) and youll fall into heaven.
Theres not really 'stuff' I can list that are great from Cuba, it's something you really have to experience for yourself. I can list you everything I love but it wouldn't be the same (If you get what I mean)
But thank you, it really means a lot that people have faith in my little country, struggling on its last legs (qq)
Literally come to Miami and go to old Miami and you're in Cuba tho, (yw for Pitbull tho....wait is he even famous outside of south florida?)
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#75 - knarlyfish (12/06/2016) [-]
I've been to a few central american countries, people seem more friendly there than at home. I've eaten meals with the locals in my time in the Caribbean, the food was so good without being fake. Rice and beans man, rice and beans and chicken. I had ropa something in the old city in Panama city and it was godly. The whole social atmosphere is much more laid back and warm than my home country. I really must revisit someday.

I don't have any sources for this, but in the long term I see potential in Cuba. Centrally located, with close access to the north and south of the Americas, the island itself is quite large for the region. Some things I noticed in CA was the overcrowding in cities and just how small most nations were, Cuba seems like it can escape that now that the embargo is ending. A less oppressive government and more open trade can make Cuba a good place to live.
#77 - nanananapotato (12/06/2016) [-]
Don't even get me STARTED with rice and beans, jesus christ is that a combination of the gods. I love it SO much.

I also really hope so too, it was a very prosperous country, like extremely, before communism rule so I'm hoping that with the country under new rule (hopefully they wont be castro #2) that it will improve.

We can hope and dream all we want but only time will tell and I really hope your assumptions are correct, it's been too long.
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#13 - classybot (12/05/2016) [-]
Allright, I revoke my statement then.

My sincerest appologies for my ignorance, I should've read more into it.
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#107 - rockamekishiko (12/06/2016) [-]
I mean, why the fuck else would people risk their lives on a raft if it is so nice or at least comfortable there?
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#53 - nanananapotato (12/06/2016) [-]
Honestly don't worry about it, I think I came off a lot stronger than I intended to.. As long as you learn something new it's totally cool. Just wanted to shed light as someone who is daughter of a cuban-american that feels strongly for not only his original country but for the country that allowed him to prosper and become the person he is today.
#8 - I mean for most cubans he was the liberator so of course they'…  [+] (13 replies) 12/05/2016 on Guilt By Association +3
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#36 - Tyranitar (12/06/2016) [-]
Dude, the Cuban-American community is partying because most of them came here to get AWAY from Fidel, I don't know what you're talking about.
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#9 - classybot (12/05/2016) [-]
To add to this, now that he is gone the younger generations might finally get an upper hand and finally create their Cuba
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#10 - nanananapotato (12/05/2016) [-]
As a first generation Cuban born in the US you are dead wrong, he was a terrible dictator who took away everything from my family in Cuba. The first and second wave cubans are jumping for joy, my father (a first wave cuban who left a few years after the dictator rule began) started crying on the day he died. Where I live thousands of cubans went outside cuban restaurants and started cheering. He never liberated the cubans, he created a false sense of safety and then begun destroying and oppressing them once again, there is almost no joy living there. It is illegal to kill animals so you can eat and nothing you own is actually yours, hopefully the rule after him will be much peaceful but any Cuban that ever enjoyed living there either doesn't know a life other than that or were brainwashed by the schools there who basically teach Cubans to hate America (many first hand experiences of recent cubans who immigrated here telling me how the school system worked)

Sorry for the wordy response but I felt disgusted (not of you but just any shred of belief that cubans enjoyed living under his rule) that someone thought that and wanted to clarify the cubans thought process of castros rule, especially first waves.

This is also enforced by the fact that every single first wave cuban (basically they after castros rule, when it went from prosperity to a sharp decline of communism rule) are conservative as FUCK and will shit on any picture of a democratic president, theyre the most 'republican' of any latin block.
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#39 - knarlyfish (12/06/2016) [-]
Thanks for sharing. I've always thought that Castro's rule was just like Batista's with a socialist hat. Sure he murdered less, but Cuba just went from one extreme authoritarian government to another. At least Cuba has a good medical system.
User avatar
#57 - nanananapotato (12/06/2016) [-]
It's actually not that great... I don't know where that myth stems from but it's quite a terrible lie. The healthcare in Cuba is terrible not only because it's a socialist type of healthcare where you can't even pick your doctors and similar to Canada the wait lines are INSANE if you want ANYTHING done but also there is next to no medicine in there. Because of the government rule companies that produce things like aspirin, cold medicine, or any of the sorts don't sell anything there. I do not talk to much of my family in Cuba (despite having a lot) but the people I do know who send care packages to Cuba often send medicine as well. The living conditions there are quite terrible.
TL;DR-Think of Cuba as the worst Mexico in terms of bringing money and items back.

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#63 - nanananapotato (12/06/2016) [-]
Wait to edit my post, the healthcare is bad but it's not the worst either. Sorry English is not my native language so I keep coming off harsher than I intend to :< but it is true that medicine is sent to cuba often.
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#67 - knarlyfish (12/06/2016) [-]
I'm sorry to hear that. I want the best for Cuba and it's unfortunate that I've been misinformed. Is there anything positive about Cuba you could share? I've heard many negatives from this site, but there must be some good points.
User avatar
#73 - nanananapotato (12/06/2016) [-]
I think just the general family aspect that's traditionally included in Hispanic culture. Always getting together with your family every weekend, having a good time, it's really awesome and just a great vibe.
Cubans are really loud, probably the loudest out of all the latins just in general too, when they talk they progressively get louder and louder until they start screaming and it's great.
Their food is also the best.. Just try to go to any homemade style Cuban restuarant and order ropa vieja (directly translated as old clothes but its basically shredded pork) or chicharron (pork rinds) and youll fall into heaven.
Theres not really 'stuff' I can list that are great from Cuba, it's something you really have to experience for yourself. I can list you everything I love but it wouldn't be the same (If you get what I mean)
But thank you, it really means a lot that people have faith in my little country, struggling on its last legs (qq)
Literally come to Miami and go to old Miami and you're in Cuba tho, (yw for Pitbull tho....wait is he even famous outside of south florida?)
User avatar
#75 - knarlyfish (12/06/2016) [-]
I've been to a few central american countries, people seem more friendly there than at home. I've eaten meals with the locals in my time in the Caribbean, the food was so good without being fake. Rice and beans man, rice and beans and chicken. I had ropa something in the old city in Panama city and it was godly. The whole social atmosphere is much more laid back and warm than my home country. I really must revisit someday.

I don't have any sources for this, but in the long term I see potential in Cuba. Centrally located, with close access to the north and south of the Americas, the island itself is quite large for the region. Some things I noticed in CA was the overcrowding in cities and just how small most nations were, Cuba seems like it can escape that now that the embargo is ending. A less oppressive government and more open trade can make Cuba a good place to live.
#77 - nanananapotato (12/06/2016) [-]
Don't even get me STARTED with rice and beans, jesus christ is that a combination of the gods. I love it SO much.

I also really hope so too, it was a very prosperous country, like extremely, before communism rule so I'm hoping that with the country under new rule (hopefully they wont be castro #2) that it will improve.

We can hope and dream all we want but only time will tell and I really hope your assumptions are correct, it's been too long.
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#13 - classybot (12/05/2016) [-]
Allright, I revoke my statement then.

My sincerest appologies for my ignorance, I should've read more into it.
User avatar
#107 - rockamekishiko (12/06/2016) [-]
I mean, why the fuck else would people risk their lives on a raft if it is so nice or at least comfortable there?
User avatar
#53 - nanananapotato (12/06/2016) [-]
Honestly don't worry about it, I think I came off a lot stronger than I intended to.. As long as you learn something new it's totally cool. Just wanted to shed light as someone who is daughter of a cuban-american that feels strongly for not only his original country but for the country that allowed him to prosper and become the person he is today.
#26 - - Always think out of the box - Question everything …  [+] (1 reply) 12/03/2016 on "Equality" and Social Justice +10
#45 - BloodyTurds (12/04/2016) [-]
I would like to amend your statement

-Usually think outside the box, but remember the box is likely there for a reason, so compare your solution to the standard one before choosing either. If there is no time, or a large group of people needs to be on-board sometimes its better to think inside the box so everyone is on the same page...

-Don't question everything, you will be called an Idiot. Instead draw your own conclusions whenever possible, and if you are unsure AND it actually matters. Then question.

-Think logically, acknowledge multiple viewpoints, and understand that none are entirely accurate. Discern between facts and the narrative being pushed. Especially if it goes against your beliefs, check sources.

The rest ill ignore.