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  1. FisherCigarman's Avatar
    right now,I am out of the cigar loop,gonna have to wait a bit,till I retire to get your monthly supply from me :-).
    I am so focus on retiring,that I am not even traveling to Nica, in order to save for what I want to do in Esteli and Granada in 3 years, God willing.
    May have to get some,from Managua,or... get that dude from Leon,get you some
  2. cookshow's Avatar
    Hey I need a box of Oily Maduros in Robusto size, you know anyone that can help with that.
  3. cookshow's Avatar
    Nada here in the South, Have not talked to JW today but have 1st hand reports from Port and nothing much.The Mainland and Costa Rica are all messed up Bad but that us a Pacific Storm,
  4. FisherCigarman's Avatar
    thanks for the update bud, much appreciated
  5. cookshow's Avatar
    Nada here in the South, Have not talked to JW today but have 1st hand reports from Port and nothing much.


    The Mainland and Costa Rica are all messed up Bad but that us a Pacific Storm,
  6. FisherCigarman's Avatar
    hey bro, got some mangos and avocados? lol :-P
  7. cookshow's Avatar
    Jackass, we been waiting....
  8. mupitara's Avatar
    Felix,

    This is a recipe for chicha bruja Felix! I know it would work to trap the guys in my area, though!

    Aisabe,
    Papatara
  9. Daddy-YO's Avatar
    Yeah, Cigarman. it captures what we watch on the evening news. You'd think we've tuned into the greatest show on Earth: the collapse of Western Civilization. Still it does get me thinking.

    1965. After JFK gets assassinated Vietnam becomes important. Between the USA and the Soviets, the nuclear build-up was enough to turn Earth into a cinder (how it all began). Not to mention all the post-nuclear holocaust movies. And Mao was purging China of non-believers by the millions. "Eve of Destruction" - sure, lot's thought so then.

    Today there's hope. Okay, we've still got apocalyptic movies, but the world is smaller in ever sense and more socialistic and more capitalistic than ever (not that there aren't growing pains or flaws with Papa-Fidel control nuts, or in unbridled money greed) but a sign of the times is people everywhere are becoming addicted to goo-gaws & junk food (NOT a hope, but more are getting fed, and all see the many obese gringos, so they'll be more cautious) and they'll fight to die for the right to vote in places. Commerce is good. People that trade visit, talk and learn each other's language, customs & habits, instead of shooting first. Trade today works best with exchange of capital, goods and people. And sharing when ya got plenty ain't bad. We grow together. Who ever said it'd be easy, being human?

    Sloan's line, "you're old enough to kill but not for votin',..." gets a lion's share of the credit for the 26th amendment to the US Constitution. (Interestingly, the only other song he wrote that I recognized is "Secret Agent Man".)

    There I did it again. I said too much.
  10. Daddy-YO's Avatar
    I read it too at times, but I had to bail out on that "What's Nicaragua's problem" B.S.

    I've got to say I admire how Don Gabriel (Nicanor) & others keep things in balance. Otherwise fyl & the landlord spend too much time either genuflecting toward or trying to kiss DOS' ass. It gets sickening.
  11. FisherCigarman's Avatar
    , nahh it's all good broda,I know how to sift through the B.S.

    Every once in a red moon ,something worth reading/replying to appears over there .

    Quote Originally Posted by Daddy-YO
    You tell it like it is! No doubt about it, you're right!

    But, Pinolero, it appears to me that you're reading altogether too much NL. Be careful, a lot of that sh't ain't good for your health. (Those pages should carry a bold red warning label.)
  12. Daddy-YO's Avatar
    You tell it like it is! No doubt about it, you're right!

    But, Pinolero, it appears to me that you're reading altogether too much NL. Be careful, a lot of that sh't ain't good for your health. (Those pages should carry a bold red warning label.)
  13. Daddy-YO's Avatar
    Thanks for the list FisherCigarman! Here's some more,

    What's up?: Que hay de nuevo viejo? Como está la marijuana?
    Dumb: tarado, estupido, babosa, idiota, chocho
    to be very drunk: andar hasta el culo
    To be broke: andar lavado, no hay feria
    Damn!!! (Movie subtitles use: maldicion!!) Puta!! La puta madre!
    Wholy cow!!: a la gran puchica!! jue puta!!
    Darn good: que salvaje! chevere! (not so Nica, in telenovelas))
    Get out of here! -- jalate! largate! andate a la mierda! a la chingada grande!
    I am leaving!! I am out of here! -- Me largo! Me jalo!
    You are the man! -- Sos chispa! Sos viva!
    Don't be a fool -- No seas santo cachon!
    You think your crap don't stink -- Te creas la muy muy! Te la lanzas! Creas que tus pedos salgan por la nuca!
    Yeah right!! -- Te voy a creer tu cuento chino!
    no way Jose!! I don't think so! -- Olvidese chocho!
    Up Yours! -- Tu abuela en bikini en bicicleta! Tu madre! (La tuya en vuelta en cabuya!)
    Bucks, 30 Bucks -- 30 maracandacas, la lana, titiclines (Don Francisco), la feria
    when a man beats up his woman -- dar su cachimbaso! darle una buena penquiada! le dio para sus puros!
    Waiting or hoping for something, when you want something really bad. -- el que espere desespere
    big Belly -- barigon! panzon! que se merenda timba!
    Abandoned at the altar. Left in the lurch. -- me dejaste como la novia de tola, vestida y alborotada
    old geezer with a sweet, young thing -- gato viejo - ratón tierno
    give an inch and they'll take a mile -- a quien le dan pan para que llore
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