Puerto Rican from Rincón. My avatar is the municipal flag in case you're wondering.
It’s bloated cheese.
The unknown protein is acheta or ground up crickets.
He looks like a candidate for “Return to Sender” crowd.
The corrections officers are disappointed that they can’t go to the fair to show their skills in the shooting gallery, so they make it happen on their own terms.
It’s a new version of Gulliver’s Travels.
Hump Day came a day earlier.
The “Love at first sight” saying should be Lust at first sight. After getting to know one another is when love grows.
The first elected governor Luis Muñoz Marin bamboozled the electorate. His father Luis Muñoz Rivera fought for independence from the Spaniards. So during WW2 Muñoz Marin went before Congress with his petition for independence and was told that the issue would be addressed after the war. The majority of the people were illiterate and just voted what was sold to them as the United States being the savior, so when the idea of the present status that was voted on in 1952 it put in motion a misguided loyalty to the political party that supports the status quo, just the minorities supporting the Democratic Party. I believe that if statehood is granted the Republican Party will be pleasantly surprised once the party platforms are explained.
I’m a Puerto Rican that was born in New Jersey. I lived in Puerto Rico for 3 years and learned about atrocities committed by the Spaniards and then the Americans. Since it seems that the majority of the Republicans are reluctant to admit Puerto Rico as a state, because of the erroneous thinking that the majority would vote Democrat. It makes sense for it to become an independent nation. The first thing to achieve a national identity is to restore the indigenous name of Borinken. The Spaniards understood as Borinquen. Christopher Columbus landed ashore on his 2nd voyage in 1493 and named the island San Juan Bautista or St John the Baptist. As the Spaniards looted the island of gold with forced labor of the indigenous population, the name was interchanged by the sailors of the port city of Puerto Rico meaning Rich Port. So I don’t like the label of Latinx.
I retired from corrections and the desire to correct never goes away.
It’s bloated cheese.