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  1. #15718
    Quote Originally Posted by Cbear13  [View Original Post]
    Anybody in the Santo Domingo area care to grab a drink.
    You going to be in town this weekend?

  2. #15717

    For men in the arena only

    Quote Originally Posted by Prtyr2  [View Original Post]
    I live in middle class neighborhood. Pretty much any building over 4 stories which dominicans call torres has elevators and planta full. Some only have plantas in areas commun so that elevators still run. My first 4 apts had no planta and I never got an inverter as it was sort of novel to live in a country with lights that went out. Never wanted to have an inverter and all those batteries and have to moved them when I moved. Last two apts had planta full and once you have it, hard to go back. After 18 years the novelty of living like a dominican wears off, so when I bought, planta full was absolute requirement. All computers, and electronics on UPS that keeps them running until planta kicks in. If you still dig roughing it in 18 years, all good. Not me.
    Define the Dominican middle class. I have asked you to do that in my user blog but you never did. Up for the challenge in the main forum. Eh?

    For the record plantas in areas common may keep the elevators and the lights on in the common area, but they do nothing for you as individual. I know this because that is how I lived for 7 months. I did not even need 18 months (let alone 18 years) to figure out that I was not interested in sitting in the dark when the power went off. So, an inverter and two batteries, then four. Moving the batteries from apartment to apartment is not that difficult. Did it two times so far. I did not have to move them. There are always workers in those building where the "middle class" live that need a extra 100 pesos. How difficult is it to move something in a elevator? LOL!

    Nose in the air living was not for me. So, I live in a working class neighborhood. Getting my hands dirty and putting in a little work does not bother me. My neighbors do the same thing as I do to keep the lights on. Inverter with two or four batteries. Once you get the thing installed and working you can forget about it. Lead acid batteries should be checked for water level and need to keep your connections clean. Use a little lime juice directly on the terminals or mixed with water and a toothbrush. Now installing it is real man work. The batteries and the inverter are heavy. I know this as I have participated in the installation of my system in two different apartments. A two real man job. Mos def! Also a little knowledge about basic electricity and you are good. One less thing! Now, where can I get 1st class internet with real speed at price that is not defined as highway robbery?

    Who needs gringo sympathy? Dominicans do not need it and I do not give it. Where is the best place to get a steak in the Dominican Republic? Anyone have any ideas? Of topic? Maybe. But who is going to complain about it this time. LOL!

    But what the fuck do I know? I just live here!

  3. #15716

    A drink

    Anybody in the Santo Domingo area care to grab a drink.

  4. #15715
    Quote Originally Posted by Prtyr2  [View Original Post]
    I always use diligencia. That is what dominicans use most.
    I heard someone say once: vainas "estoy haciendo unas vainas".

  5. #15714
    I can't imagine anyone would do it by choice for very long. I fully understand and commiserate with people who have no choice but to live that way.

    Quote Originally Posted by Prtyr2  [View Original Post]
    I live in middle class neighborhood. Pretty much any building over 4 stories which dominicans call torres has elevators and planta full. Some only have plantas in areas commun so that elevators still run. My first 4 apts had no planta and I never got an inverter as it was sort of novel to live in a country with lights that went out. We would go to a bar or colmado or sit on balcony with candles to ride it out. 5th had planta in areas commun but was close enough to malecon to have a nice breeze. Was also the first apt with AC. Again quaint and novel to live like a dominican. Sit out on terrace and all good. Never wanted to have an inverter and all those batteries and have to moved them when I moved. Last two apts had planta full and once you have it, hard to go back. After 18 years the novelty of living like a dominican wears off, so when I bought, planta full was absolute requirement. All computers, and electronics on UPS that keeps them running until planta kicks in. If you still dig roughing it in 18 years, all good. Not me.

  6. #15713
    Quote Originally Posted by SubCmdr  [View Original Post]
    It is a crying shame that on a island with solar, wind and wave energy available that the lights ever go off at all.

    For those who do not live in the "nose in the air at a angle they risk drowning in the rain" or those of who do not live in building with full plantas. We get by with inverters, generators and just toughing it out in the dark. My full sin wave inverter had a alarm that let me know the power was out. My refurbished modified sin wave inverter doesn't make a sound but you can hear the sound of the fans running when the power goes out. But, it is a beast! Of course with inverters you need batteries. Batteries need to be maintained and replaced over the years. But it is better than sitting in the dark.

    Doesn't make it any more palatable that I have to build a back up system to function day to day not just in emergency situations. One of the things I hate the most about living in Republica Dominicana is the lack of basic infrastructure. I will not comment on why I feel this is. But the phrase: "All it takes for evil to prevail is for good men to do nothing" applies here.
    I live in middle class neighborhood. Pretty much any building over 4 stories which dominicans call torres has elevators and planta full. Some only have plantas in areas commun so that elevators still run. My first 4 apts had no planta and I never got an inverter as it was sort of novel to live in a country with lights that went out. We would go to a bar or colmado or sit on balcony with candles to ride it out. 5th had planta in areas commun but was close enough to malecon to have a nice breeze. Was also the first apt with AC. Again quaint and novel to live like a dominican. Sit out on terrace and all good. Never wanted to have an inverter and all those batteries and have to moved them when I moved. Last two apts had planta full and once you have it, hard to go back. After 18 years the novelty of living like a dominican wears off, so when I bought, planta full was absolute requirement. All computers, and electronics on UPS that keeps them running until planta kicks in. If you still dig roughing it in 18 years, all good. Not me.

  7. #15712
    Quote Originally Posted by BoricuaOnline  [View Original Post]
    I also understand what you mean, in the context of your expression it is easy to understand for us spanish speaking persons. In fact when I talk to friends or relatives I always say " estoy en la calle haciendo cosas" which is a lot more informal than tareas. Dilegencias or gestiones are the formal words.
    I always use diligencia. That is what dominicans use most.

  8. #15711
    Quote Originally Posted by SubCmdr  [View Original Post]
    Have you personally experienced bad customer service during your visits to the Dominican Republic?
    But what the fuck do I know? I just live here!
    No men, never, the opposite! And not only that, also I think DR's people and services are top! Seriously!

  9. #15710

    Chica club

    Quote Originally Posted by MrEnternational  [View Original Post]
    Tengo chicas disponibles muy delgaditas con buen cuerpo. Dale para aca que estamos activas. Estamos trabajando de 3 de la tarde hasta finalizar la madrugada todos los dias. De 1500 en adelante.

    Chicks are available everyday from 3 pm until. Price is 1500 pesos and up. Address is on the picture of the map.
    Could you provide a name and address for the club? I don't like to walk outside after 7 pm in the Capital and use a trusted taxi driver (I recommend this to everyone who is a visitor to the city. Unless you really know your way around, trouble lurks in odd places in Sto Domingo). Thanks Mamaguevos.

  10. #15709
    Quote Originally Posted by TripleDarknes  [View Original Post]
    Are you referring to Club Mixler?
    No. Mixer is a regular bar, not a fuck shop.

  11. #15708
    Quote Originally Posted by MrEnternational  [View Original Post]
    Tengo chicas disponibles muy delgaditas con buen cuerpo. Dale para aca que estamos activas. Estamos trabajando de 3 de la tarde hasta finalizar la madrugada todos los dias. De 1500 en adelante.

    Chicks are available everyday from 3 pm until. Price is 1500 pesos and up. Address is on the picture of the map.
    Are you referring to Club Mixler?

  12. #15707
    Thank you so much for this Mr. Enternational. It is refreshing to see this kind of useful content. I respect that you don't make the post about you.

    Quote Originally Posted by MrEnternational  [View Original Post]
    Tengo chicas disponibles muy delgaditas con buen cuerpo. Dale para aca que estamos activas. Estamos trabajando de 3 de la tarde hasta finalizar la madrugada todos los dias. De 1500 en adelante.

    Chicks are available everyday from 3 pm until. Price is 1500 pesos and up. Address is on the picture of the map.

  13. #15706
    Quote Originally Posted by CharlesPooter  [View Original Post]
    I would hardly class Netflix as a family necessity. "Toiletries" sounds a bit posh, unless you mean cleaning materials, laundry and personal hygiene requirements. "Spices" is another odd suggestion. Surely they would be included in "food costs"?

    I would estimate a single person needs at least 10,000 pesos a month to survive, and add 5000 for a partner or other person in the household, and 3000 for each additional person thereafter. So a family of four would need at least 21,000 a month to survive. That money could be earned, donated by friends, family or charities, state benefits (of which there are few in the DR), stolen (in cash or equivalents such as stolen electricity) or remittances from abroad.

    Anyone living on less would deteriorate physically and probably mentally as well, and die prematurely.
    At Charles Pooter. Great estimations; most probably close, if not, actual cost, with predictable survival outcomes!

  14. #15705

    Casa

    Tengo chicas disponibles muy delgaditas con buen cuerpo. Dale para aca que estamos activas. Estamos trabajando de 3 de la tarde hasta finalizar la madrugada todos los dias. De 1500 en adelante.

    Chicks are available everyday from 3 pm until. Price is 1500 pesos and up. Address is on the picture of the map.
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  15. #15704

    So what exactly is off topic if the moderator allows it?

    Quote Originally Posted by Turgid  [View Original Post]
    The most active forum right now on ISG is Medellin Colombia.
    I hate to disappoint anyone by pointing out this inconvenient truth. But if you are writing about Colombia in the forum for the Dominican Republic then, well, you know that saying about a duck.

    I've spoken about Skokka here. When it comes down to comparisons if you look at the selections available in Santo Domingo you can compare them the Medellin. Two different worlds in my opinion with Santo Domingo being superior in that particular arena. You can find a half different casas advertising on Skokka. There are also casa girls that advertise to increase their personal business and will meet you where they work. Over there they are talking about Skokka like they just discovered it. LOL!

    I do not know a thing about book of face. Don't use it. Do not need to use it. Lot of talk about book of face over there.

    Tinder works well here in Republica Dominicana. Or at least it works well for me. Others have stated they have had success with Latin Cupid all over the Latin American community.

    Early on I asked Where the hos at? One of my current Spanish professors jumped in my shit posting a screen shot of the purpose of the forum. Ok! Information useful for having sex with girls can be very broad. And those who feel the topics not useful should stick the the forums they are contributing to greatly that they feel are more informative. Why feel the need to comment on off topic posts when the posts being put up by the OP are well not completely focused on the subject matter at hand..

    I've talked about the face to face approach. Others have said it is no longer possible in the COVID-19 era. Not true. You need to read body language and focus on a girls eyes. You can see a girl smile in her eyes even if she has a mask on. If you are paying attention. But you don't need to read body language, look into a girls eyes and have game if you are just waving pesos around while slipping the condom on your dick the other hand.

    Don't have any game or prefer straight play 2 play. Casas, street girls, and personal referrals or all possible.

    I asked, do people prefer Spanish lessons or on the ground reports? Pussy is easy to find in the Dominican Republic. Maybe that is why those who post here do not need to talk about doing that specifically in every post like they do in another popular forum. I don't know. But if someone feels that topics are off topic in this forum then don't hate, participate. They should more to correct the problem instead of adding to it.

    But when it comes to knowledge. I share it. And I do not know what another person will find useful, informative, entertaining or not. So, I post it up and let those interested read it. The pedantic among us attack my writing. No one has ever successfully challenged factual information that I have posted.

    Why? "I talk it like a did cause I lived it by the way" - Young Jezzy.

    Can we get more on topic than this? Yes, if every post is focused on pussy. But we all know that will never happen. So some of us will just have to be disappointed while others are happy. But what the fuck do I know? I just live here.

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