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    Mucha suerte si compites en Punta Cana !!!


    Truly, my dear young friends, you are a chosen generation. I hope you will never forget it.
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    Hebe,

    Thanks, but it will not happen, lately they keep me in my cage and don't let me out. They are afraid I might defect. it's the way this country functions, so I guess my career is over. I only made it to Jamaica and Spain. It's too big to explain, you would need to haver live in a c.. country to understand it.

    Please, do listen to Leonard Cohen, you're gonna love it. Go for songs like "By the rivers dark, Dance me till the end of love, Take this waltz, Zuzanne, Famous Blue raincoat, and all that"

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    Mario
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    Don’t give up hope Mario. Sooner or later that cage will open up .. Just get your wings ready to fly up to the open sky .. Envision yourselves winning a Domino World Championship. As Disney said, dreaming is the first step towards making dreams come true.
    I will listen you the songs you recommended; just their titles say so much …….

    All best


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    Hebe,
    If you get to listen to the songs, one of them: Take this Waltz, is an interpretation of Lorca's Pequeño Vals Vienés, a poem. Leonard Cohen was profoundly influenced by the work of Federico García Lorca. He also came in contact with Cesar Vellejo's work, but later in his life (I wished Vallejo had been the first source of inspiration). Vallejo's my favorite spanish language poet.

    best,
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    Contanos luego como te va...
    Vamos a hicnhar por vos !

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    Mira tu! el dominó es como el ajedrez, no tenía idea.
    Que pena que no puedas participar...

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    Default Are you living in Cuba rigth now?

    Quote Originally Posted by Mario Joel
    Hello, my name is Mario J. Llorente. I am from Cuba, just got here a few days ago and I am taking the opportunity to sat hello to all of you. I am expecting to learn lots of new things here. My number one priority, though, is to make friends, for, what is life without them?

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    Are you living in Cuba rigth now?

    COMO ANDAN LAS COSAS POR ALLI?

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    Hello,

    Yes, I am living in Cuba. Everything is (ab)normal. Nothing ever happens here. Whoever tells you there are things happening or that will happen, bet on it: it won't.

    Best,
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mario Joel
    Hello,

    Yes, I am living in Cuba. Everything is (ab)normal. Nothing ever happens here. Whoever tells you there are things happening or that will happen, bet on it: it won't.

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    Mario
    What does it mean? I do not understand....

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    yeah,

    I think when I said: I just got here (I was meaning to this forum).
    I have always lived in Cuba.
    When people tell me these days: How are things in Cuba? I assume they are talking about Castro's illness and the possible changes (as most people have always believed that his death would bring socio-economical changes). Based on that assumption, I said, nothing ever happens here.

    Is it clear now?

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    Mario

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