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    Have not looked at his new site in a while, shook my head last time I did, something he wrote was that the Girl was learning many things, her schoolmates were amazed.

    I bet his "Wife" in Esteli gets a Red Ass when she reads his posts, especially after he ran through all her family under 18.
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    How does a man who’s lived in Central America at least ten years still need a “cultural translator”?

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    Rocio - the 'cultural translator' - 16 years old

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    Sitting on a park bench
    Eying little girls with bad intent.
    Snot running down his nose
    Greasy fingers smearing shabby clothes.
    Hey, Aqualung
    Drying in the cold sun
    Watching as the frilly panties run
    Hey, Aqualung
    Feeling like a dead duck
    Spitting out pieces of his broken luck.
    Oh, Aqualung

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    Quote Originally Posted by Daddy-YO View Post
    Rocio - the 'cultural translator' - 16 years old




    This can't be Phil's place.
    A flushing toilet ????
    That is FAR more shocking than a 16 YO cultural translator.



    " . . . .Yes, you can flush toilet paper.
    It is the one exception to the “don’t put in the toilet anything you didn’t eat first” rule. . .. ."


    No,, I was wrong. Indeed that is Phil.
    He's trimmed his beard


    http://casasderocio.com/about-us/

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    Rocio is Phil’s adopted daughter. She just had a baby but still wants to return to school and study to be a doctor. What she can do is, at times, disturbing to some of her classmates.”

    That whole page looked like it was written by a fifth grader. Phil didn’t write it or even edit it, but otherwise it’s his style.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jonh View Post
    Rocio is Phil’s adopted daughter. She just had a baby but still wants to return to school and study to be a doctor. What she can do is, at times, disturbing to some of her classmates.”

    That whole page looked like it was written by a fifth grader. Phil didn’t write it or even edit it, but otherwise it’s his style.


    Well,, if the guy on the National Car Rental ad can do his own appendectomy,, I guess Rocio can become a doctor.
    Equal doses of fantasy and reality.
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lsa7UvGF104


    I don't know about Guatemala,, but at the moment,, in Nicaragua,, finishing high school and having the wherewithal to pay tuition and expenses, are the sole criteria for entering Medical School.
    And finishing high school is even less demanding in Nicaragua than in the US.
    I do like the idea of going to HS only on Saturdays. We should introduce that option here. Teachers' unions would scream.


    So,, if Phil wants to pay the freight. . . .and they can overcome the logistical challenges:
    Med school is going to be in Guat City; she is only going to be home on weekends. And a bit of a honk to get back and forth . . .

    Not much time for "cultural translation"
    Then there is the baby . . . . further cutting into cultural translation time.

    Phil should have turned Kool Top into a polygamous Mormon community.
    Think big,, I always say . . . He'd be at least a Bishop, if not a Prophet by now.

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    Definitely, it was Nicaragua. I lived on dirt floors and washed on rocks in the creek just like the natives.
    My kids all got intestinal worms and tick bites.
    It rained to the point of mildew forming on our clothes before they’d dry out because of the humidity. .. ."




    Nice touch on the National Car Rental ad: walking into the rental car parking lot after the surgery, he still has his OR room booties on.
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    I don’t know why the pedos don’t get vasectomies, it would simplify their lives.

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