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    I asked both my brother went down to Port last summer and my cousin who still lives down their what was the main industry They both said drugs. It seems the Coast has been hit with too many empty...
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    No problem at all. You had many people who were not the biggest fans of the Samoza regime, but enjoyed the days he was in power because of the investment from American and Canadian companies. Albeit...
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    Re: Ford Tri-Motor 5-AT

    Dad and my grandfather worked for NIPCO back in the day, dad worked for the railroad part. Standard Fruit(another New Orleans enterprise) was the first to use the railway, followed by Robinson...
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    Re: Miskito Cays

    Nothing really intersting. In the past we used to get together and party. I remember talking to a native Caymanian who was sick of the foreigners coming to the Caymans. He went on a rant about many...
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    Oh yes plenty Costenas here in Cayman, it seems mostly from Corn Island. Many of us blend in so easily with native Caymanians. Especially us Old Costenas.
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    I totally understand why they would be. Ironically I live in Cayman now, my brother in-law and his family used to go to the Cays, this was in the 60's though.
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    Thanks for the info, I always knew of the temporary fisherman that would go their for periods of time and come back with seafood. Thanks for confirming what I knew, for some reason I thought a...
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    Just curious eh. Are the Keys at all populated? And if so I am guessing by only a few hundred people.
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